Foreign Media Exposes Life in North Korean Concentration Camp
According to a report by the UK’s Daily Mail on the 23rd, a guard of North Korea’s Prison/Concentration Camp No. 16 recently revealed the cruel living conditions inside the concentration camp. This guard surnamed Lee has withheld his name to avoid reprisals against his family. According to reports, this concentration camp imprisoned approximately 2000 political prisoners. Thousands of people who have been imprisoned here have afterwards died.
Some high-level political prisons unhappy with Kim Jong-un’s governance of the country have been sent to the concentration camp along with their families. This former guard says these people will be stripped of their possessions and the family members will no longer be able to see each other. The concentration camp occupies 200 square miles.
Prisoners are forced to work in -25 degree temperature conditions, with starvation being common, and many people worked to death.
Comments from NetEase:
Strongly recommend watching a movie called Crossing, which has scenes of [what it is like in a] concentration camp.
For a country like this that is this lousy, the end will be the same.
North Korea today is a very good history lesson for Chinese people.
Those who can come out alive must be unrivaled martial arts masters.
Guantanamo is even more advanced than North Korean concentration camps.
North Korea doing this is reasonable, as well as necessary. Those political prisoners who attempt to topple socialist regimes and agitate for Western notions of freedom should be vigilantly punished, killed as a warning to others.
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Dictatorships always collapse suddenly, democracies are not established in a day, the people will not let you wait long, history will not let you be disappointed.
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North Korea is not a country with prisons, but a prison with a country. The establishment of the so-called state machine is only to perpetuate and more effectively manage this super prison. Remove the “People’s Republic” painted skin and this “North Korean Democratic Concentration Camp” is the most authoritative interpretation of democratic centralism of our age, it also representing a festering sore of modern civilization.
Seeing North Korea like this, I once again thank American Empire [Imperialist America, American imperialism].