North Korea’s Concentration Camps Are Growing
Does Dennis Rodman even have a clue?
A new publication by the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea shows the growth of concentration camps inside the country. Anything between 150,000 and 200,000 citizens (that last figure comes courtesy of Amnesty, via are thought to be detained in one of at least six of the DPRK’s internment facilities. In all but one, inhabitants are there for life.
The report contains recent satellite images of one such institution in the North-East of the country, known as Camp 25. The pictures show that the area of the internment center, which increased in size by 72% between 2009 and 2010, is still growing. Guards, sentry posts and what are thought to be a crematory and gallows are all visible, helpfully pointed out here by the Washington Post.
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[Image via The Committee for Human Rights in North Korea]
No need to nuke the country. A poorly trained army can be easily overcome. Organized raids like the Vietcong used with small numbers and specific on point air strikes could bring this tyranny and dehumanization to a halt.
The UN is loaded with old bastards that have no balls. What you see is murder, rape, torture. Yet you say it’s a crime against humanity and have to thoroughly investigate it.
No you must stop it! At all costs! Everywhere!!
Quit fucking around!!!