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UPDATE: UNHRC is the United Nations Hegemony that is Really Confused

By Rachel Lobo, for the Korean Central News Agency

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True and effective diplomacy sometimes needs no words

The third day of the Human Rights Council led into a third resolution being forcibly pushed through by certain inconsistent and non-conciliatory member states. This particularly misguided resolution put forward by the Zionist regime and traitorous ‘South Korea’ posing as genuine nations focuses on supposed refugees and asylum seekers that are merely just delusioned defectors from the Greatest Nation. It should be noted that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has had extremely and unfairly limited scope to present their views to these imperialist and colonialist hypocrites.

It is believed India concocted half of this diatribe and Israel ironically constructed the other half focusing on freedom of expression. It was described as a collaborative effort by these two co-conspirators. The most enlightened representative in the room expressed his disappointment of the other less illuminated delegates for submitting to the Zionist state and western allied scum agenda, as these international power hoarders have refused to work with the DPRK. As a result, the Grand Marshall himself has rejected the Draft Resolution in its entirety and his representative regards every clause referring to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea as invalid.

The real revelations came in the form of India admitting it’s own political incapacity and China maintaining that they as a close ally of the most honourable Republic that they will abstain from the vote of this resolution as the language is too biased against their most noble and outstanding ally. China outlined that the DPRK would be a direct contributor to the published report in Clause 2 and will be included in the discussions and negotiations this clause suggests.

Clause 4 of this resolution reeks in similarity to that of the colonialist European Schengen Border ideal framework and clearly reflects the machinations of the Western allied scum.

Russia believes it is taking the middle ground and has made the unsound ‘observation’ that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea may not live up to all international standards of scrutiny but disagrees with the majority of the Human Rights Council that the lax in media censorship should be a free for all.

The Russian representative recommends one of the most Dishonourable Justices of Australia to take a look at Draft Resolution 1, clearly denoting a deflection in the quality of this 3rd Draft resolution to come out of this Council this weekend. The delegate for ‘South Korea’ provides foundation for this in agreeing that this was a rather rushed and not the most comprehensive resolution.

Clause 15 of this resolution arises from the claims of the Zionist state that the DPRK lacks accountability in all areas including the stringent control over media. The Korean Central News Agency is one of the utmost clear representation of the freedom of expression and right to information of our country’s citizens, much alike China’s self-characterisation as a bastion of human rights within the global community. The affirmation of non-governmental organisations having the role of reporting on a sovereign state’s matters is laughable. This is a poignant insertion of the Zionist and ‘South Korean’ agenda into the most Glorious Nation’s governance.What one could conclude from this weekend is this, there is only one line of outstanding virtuous thought and that is of the Grand Marshall Kim Jong-Un and all his representatives in the public and private spheres. This is both within and outside the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s borders. Whether he is going for his daily morning walk or on his dutied tour of our great nation, his outstanding wisdom will always prevail over any wrongdoing or propaganda any traitorous scum can purport.

Press Conference of the Third General Assembly

By Sonia Feng, for the Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald can scathingly report that within the Third General Assembly, denial is not just exclusive to individuals; it can be the go-to-bastion of states within public discourse.

In caucus today, the topic at hand of the Third General Assembly revolved around the abolition of the death penalty.

Problematic is China’s stance of open transparency and accountability, which lies in direct contradiction to its internal administration of justice. China has failed to disclosed as well as stands accused and confirmed of placing fifty pro-Tibetan activists on death row, purely based on the public denouncement of China’s government. China views this in direct breach of public security. There seems to be a discrepancy between China’s official position and reality.

Notably concerning is the official press agency of the People’s Republic of China, Xinhua, and their response to the situation, praising China “well done”. Back to the subject of denial was observed keenly by the Sydney Morning Herald, who witnessed open denial by the state of Iran when questioned about executions of juvenile offenders still being carried out. This is surprising given that it is in contravention of its international human rights obligations as Iran is a signatory of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

DICTATORS CRACK UNDER PRESS SCRUTINY

By James Lawler, for Fox News

Over the course of this conference, FOX has suffered greatly for his work – take the excruciating back pain resulting from being confined to a chair outside the Security Council, or the psychological trauma of an intense hangover after SydVEGAS. These are brutal blows but, gallant as always, your correspondent will endure.

Yet, greater still, and much more righteous, is the agony inflicted by the press by its scrutiny of the delegates who would rather lurk in the darkness of an anonymous committee chair. Peddling their spin and pursuing their foul agendas, they would much rather the International Press Gallery wasn’t there to shine a harsh, revealing light on them and their designs. But that’s too bad.

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In a series of press conferences today, FOX witnessed a number of delegates from the world’s less-transparent regimes crack under IPG scrutiny. We saw 3rd General Assembly’s Chinese representative bellowing at a Sydney Morning Herald reporter in response to her questions exposing the Communist regime’s detainment of 50 Tibetan activists on Death Row. Earlier, China had called for transparency – but, evidently, only when it’s not directed at them.

Your own FOX correspondent was also subjected to smear and slander. In response to our public grilling of Russia’s unwillingness to engage with the Press, the Russian delegate accused us of “low-level discourse”, claiming further that this media organisation is “a state propaganda mouthpiece”. Newsflash, Russia: FOX News is a privately-owned media organisation, with a proud record of scrutinising all governments, including the USA’s democratic regimes. Of course, given that Russia currently ranks an appalling 148th out of 179 on the international Press Freedom Index, such hostility towards independent journalism is unsurprising. We will never forget Anna Politkovskaya.FOX is not here to make you look or feel good. Instead, we’re after the truth – and when you shout and wail and bluster, FOX knows it’s doing its job.

China puts 50 activists on death row

By Katherine Voukidis, for the Hindustan Times

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Chinese government media release of the activists in action

China concealed the prosecution of 50 pro-Tibetan activists, while simultaneously calling for the increased transparency of states in the Third General Assembly.

The Chinese government stated the activists were “terrorists” who are a “threat to public security for spreading lies”. The activists have been offered the right to appeal the decision.

Yesterday, the Third General Assembly heard “China may re-access the issue of transparency in regards to the death penalty” with reference to the trial and reporting of the accused.

China justifies its actions as procedurally fair, and due to it being a “fairly young and developing nation”.

Members of the international community are “displeased with China’s lack of transparency” (delegate for Germany).This event highlights the need of the Third General Assembly to address the humanity of state sentencing processes, as opposed to its current focus on procedural fairness.