In a comedy routine worthy of Maxine Waters and Sheila Jackson Lee, North Korea is saying that building a border wall is inhumane. maybe they are right. There are two punishments for illegal immigration into North Korea. Death and life in prison. And I reject taking advice on inhumanity from a regime that tests chemical weapons on disabled children. But mark my words, Rachel Madcow and other talking heads will praise North Korea.
The country suspected of testing chemical weapons on disabled children and other human rights atrocities has decided that plans for the border wall are inhumane.
“If a crime happens because of immigrants, and if the number of jobless increases because of them … the U.S. accuses them of being ‘terrorists’ and treats them like criminals,” the Rodong Sinmun, the mouthpiece of the ruling Worker’s Party, wrote Thursday, marking North Korea’s first criticism of Trump’s hard-line immigration policies.
“[The U.S. is] building the walls so that the immigrants can’t enter and handcuffing those who are already in the U.S. to deport the immigrants,” the state-run paper reported, according to NK News.
Kim Jong-un is used to dealing with Barack Obama and could be in for an eye opening experience with Trump. Jong-un kills anyone trying to get into his country and anyone trying to get out of his country. You might say he has you coming and going. Accusing the US of human rights violations is just a tired old ploy to try to divert your attention to the mass killings of citizens in North Korea.
The North Korean outlet asserted that while the U.S. acts as the “human rights judge” for the world, the new U.S. administration’s policies are “hypocritical” and “deceptive.”
The North, which tortures and kills people who attempt to flee, also blasted Trump for banning refugees. “To make things right, the U.S. should take responsibility and allow those refugees to enter the country, settle them down, and guarantee the minimum living condition.”
“Instead, they are insulting refugees as illegal immigrants and group of bandits, and banning them from entry,” the North Korean paper asserted, adding, “The U.S.’s immigration policies are wrong from top to bottom.”
The Rodong Sinmun concluded that the U.S. should “stop caring about other’s human rights” and address its own problems.