Sunday, May 6, 2012

Exposing the worst place on earth

A United States NGO called North Korean Human Rights Organization exposed the cruel reality of human rights violation at North Korean concentration camps through the interviews of 60 North Koreans, consisting of former prisoners and guards of the camps.
Currently there are 150,000 people imprisoned in these camps, who are going through unimaginable torture and brutality every single day. The reality of this despicable crime is shocking countless people around the world.
Examples of the North Korean government's merciless violation of human rights include imprisoning even the parents and children of the so-called 'political criminals' into the concentration camps and forcefully aborting babies of pregnant mothers for defecting out of North Korea. Camp guards won't hesitate to murder infants or children.
The North Korean government pitifully tries to cover up the truth about their concentration camps, but we are certain, based on proven fact, that there are about 150,000 to 200,000 people still imprisoned in these camps.
In order to continue his pitiful dynasty, Kim Jong Un imposes these inhumanely methods. That is exactly why the world looks down on him.

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