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North Korea’s leaders do not value human life or happiness

Pyongyang’s Hunger Games: North Korea’s use of foreign aid to maintain its hunger policies and regime-survival and control.

INTERNATIONAL AID. “We stand before a huge ethical dilemma: Is it possible – and, if so, to what extent – to help starving North Koreans, whose fates depend on us a great deal more than on their government, if at the same time we are forever deceived and systematically blackmailed? An army armed with weapons of mass destruction is, to be sure, a permanent threat to the whole region.

Total humanitarian assistance to North Korea from 1996 to 2005 peaked in 2001 and totaled over $2.43 billion, not including informal aid and aid from China. From 1995 to 2003, formal assistance to North Korea from the U.S. alone reached over $1 billion.

North Korea Starvation

Read more: http://www.northkoreanow.org/hunger-politics/

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The Saddest Story Ever Told! North Korea

Article: http://nilebowie.blogspot.com/2011/12/understanding-north-korea_28.html

North Korea Concentration Camp 3

The UNSPEAKABLE HELL of North Korea Concentration Camps: Shocking Cruelty

Testimonies and Drawing from 81 Defectors who lived in the political Prison Camps.

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