Your periodic reminder that North Korea is a Hell on Earth

NYC city council

Meanwhile, not too far from Pyongyang…

And that Kim Jong Un and the entire leadership of the world’s largest prison camp masquerading as a nation need to be hanged from lampposts:

GOSSIP COST ME MY WHOLE FAMILY
When Kim Young Soon was reported for ‘gossiping’ about then North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, three generations of her family were thrown into a brutal labour camp.

Her elderly parents and four young children all died after being imprisoned with her under a system of ‘guilt by association’.

She survived after being held at Yodok for nine years over the accusation that she gossiped about an affair her friend had with Kim Jong-il, the father of current leader Kim Jong-un.

Young Soon told Amnesty International: ‘The guilt by association system applies to the family members – my mother and father, who were over 70 years old, my nine-year-old daughter and my three sons, who were seven, four and one.

‘When my parents starved to death, I didn’t have coffins for them. I wrapped their bodies with straw, carried them on my back and went to bury them myself. And the children… I lost all my family.’ Describing conditions at Yodok, she said: ‘It is a place that would make your hair stand on end.’

That’s the sidebar to an article describing how North Korea is enlarging its gulag to accommodate women being forcibly returned from China. Go and read it, especially you Social Justice Warriors who think being forced to pay for your own college education is some sort of crime against humanity. You’re desperately in need of some perspective.

Someday, that regime is going to collapse, and the resulting chaos will range somewhere between a severe headache and a nightmare for the nations around it. But its end will still represent a net improvement for the world.

Especially if Kim is hanged.

 

3 Responses to Your periodic reminder that North Korea is a Hell on Earth

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  2. Hanging is too good for him.

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