Tuesday, 4 December 2012

There is a country where hundreds of thousands of people live out their lives in prison camps

Shin Dong-hyuk was born inside Kaechon #14, one of the world's harshest labour camps. His parents were political prisoners, declared enemies of the state for having committed minor offenses against the North Korean regime. His mother was executed in front of him. Shin was routinely subjected to torture and knew nothing of the outside world until his escape at the age of 23. There are still around 200,000 other forced laborers currently languishing under the regime of Kim Jong-un.

Where is the international outcry?

Where are the protests outside the North Korean embassy on Gunnersbury Avenue in Ealing, London?

Where are the protests from the brave people who stand up to Israeli genoicide? Are these protestors really more concerned with destroying the Jewish state than with human rights?

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