North Korean media claims US should be destroyed over its world domination

A North Korean state media have denounced the US as 'manipulative' and 'power-hungry for global dominance' in the latest bizarre rant.

These claims were published by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), by an international affairs researcher on Monday, September 27.

The article claims the US makes "hypocritical moves under the cloak of human rights" should be destroyed in order to build a free and prosperous new world, according to Yonhap News.

It reads: "Human rights' touted by the US are nothing but a trick to easily realize its wild ambition for dominating the world.

"The US is the most heinous human rights abuser in the world that severely disturbs the normal and peaceful development of sovereign states under the pretext of 'human rights.'

"Unless the US's hypocritical moves under the cloak of human rights protection are smashed, it is impossible for each country to achieve its independent development and to build a free, prosperous and new world."

KCNA went on to cite examples cited for the alleged violations including its decades-long "blockade" on Cuba that has caused "trillion dollars of damage" to its people and attempt to hurt "China's political stability" by taking issue with Xinjiang and Hong Kong matters.

The news comes following Pyongyang's assertion that the US should be held accountable for the US-led coalition's "gross violation of human rights" as North Korea's Foreign Ministry declared that the US mission gave rise to a number of "inhumane crimes" before it "came to an end with the hasty flight of US troops."

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Just last week, President Joe Biden claimed that the world faces a "divisive decade" as he made claims that the country would not seek a Cold War, Reuters reports.

Biden said: "We'll stand up for our allies and our friends and oppose attempts by stronger countries to dominate weaker ones, whether through changes to territory by force, economic coercion, technical exploitation or disinformation.

"But we're not seeking – I'll say it again – we are not seeking a new Cold War or a world divided into rigid blocs."

However, North Korea itself has been labelled one of the world's worst human rights violators, but Pyongyang has refuted the outside criticism, calling it a U.S.-led attempt to overthrow the regime.

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