ALERT: Here’s What Everyone IS NOT Talking About When It Comes To North Korea… MSM SILENT

“What is needed for the U.S. is to learn how to observe good manners and how to respect the party concerned, not resorting to high-handed practices and arrogance.” ~ KCNA



North Korea Dictator has committed war crimes against humanity and yet he now gets to be an equal with world leaders?  This isn’t peace and prosperity, if he is held unaccountable, this will be an international travesty.  

The United States of America cannot allow these war crimes against humanity to go unanswered, we cannot forgive and ignore the torture and death of AMERICAN Otto Warmbier.  The DPRK has murdered millions and tortured and raped, assassinated people and tortured and murdered children.  If you can ignore such evil acts, then you doom the world to further evil.

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In a commentary published shortly after dictator Kim Jong-un began his travel to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday, North Korea’s state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) declared that North Korea had “definitely risen to the position of a world-level politico-ideological and military power, Breitbart reports.

“North Korea has made a great change in the historic development strategy and has paved groundwork for the Korean peninsula to get rid of the Cold War system that has persisted for more than seven decades.”


Kim Jong Un had a meeting with the Korean Workers’ Party (WPK) in which he announced the potential of “U.S. discussions” at that “set forth the WPK’s future policy of international relations and how to respond to them.”

The Communism Dictator did not mention that North Korea would give up its nuclear weapons or state that he had invited President Donald Trump to meet with him in person. As information is only available through state media in North Korea, North Korean civilians are unaware of these claims.

Kim did not explicitly provide any guarantees that he would end his nation’s illegal nuclear program indefinitely when discussing peace and prosperity with South Korea.

Kim Jong Un has made several trips to China to meet with the Communism leader and they have created their own agenda and this “peace and prosperity” has China written all over it.
Blunt Truth is, Kim Jong Un now see’s himself as an equal to the United States President Trump and that because of North Korea’s Nuclear Warheads, the DPRK is now equal in power to the United States.
Make no mistake, Kim Jong Un seeks to be elevated in the world’s eyes, not weakened and submissive.
How quickly the world seems to have forgotten about the atrocities that the DPRK Dictator has committed against mankind.
North Korea’s political prisons are just as bad as – and perhaps even worse than – the Nazi concentration camps of the Holocaust, a renowned judge and Auschwitz survivor has concluded after hearing from former North Korean prisoners and guards.
“I believe that the conditions in the [North] Korean prison camps are as terrible, or even worse, than those I saw and experienced in my youth in these Nazi camps and in my long professional career in the human rights field,”Thomas Buergenthal  International Court of Justice

Anyone who questions the leaders or the system is liable to be thrown in a prison labor camp – often for life, and often together with three generations of their families to eliminate the “seed” of “enemies of the state.”

Experts estimate there are as many as 130,000 North Koreans held in four huge camps, where they are forced to do hard labor, often in mines, and receive very little in the way of food, clothing or heating. The regime also operates “reeducation” camps for lesser offenses. They are just as brutal, but prisoners there generally serve fixed terms.

  • Starving prisoners who were executed after being caught scavenging for food and about the deaths of countless prisoners from malnutrition and overwork, sometimes a result of 20-hour days in the mines.
  • rapes and the forced abortions of resulting pregnancies, sometimes leading to the women’s deaths.
  • prisoners stripped and hung upside down, beaten, tortured with fire or water, water mixed with spicy pepper poured into their noses and mouths.
  • prisoner’s newborn baby being fed to guard dogs
  • including injecting motor oil into women’s wombs
  • execution of starving prisoners caught digging for edible plants on the mountainside
  • The regime, which believes in a “pure Korean race”, disapproves of ethnically mixed children, especially those conceived to men from neighboring China, where many North Koreans seek refuge and are then sent home. One witness saw officials put a repatriated woman’s new-born baby in a bucket and take it away. They said it “does not deserve to live because it is impure”.
  • 2.5 million people died of hunger as the regime obstructed the delivery of aid to the worst-affected regions and punished those who tried to earn or smuggle in food to survive.
  • torturing and killing any who believe in Christianity
  • Tortured and KILLED AMERICAN Otto Warmbier

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un should be prosecuted for 10 separate crimes against humanity relating to atrocities committed against his own people across a network of gulags, an international committee said Tuesday.

International Criminal Court or another international body should be empowered to investigate these crimes perpetrated by Kim and other regime officials.

The dictator is guilty of murder, extermination, enslavement, forcible transfer, imprisonment, torture, sexual violence, persecution, enforced disappearances and other inhumane acts — all but one of the 11 recognized crimes against humanity — the report said. NBC News

NBC News reported that the dictator committed all but one of the 11 recognized crimes against humanity, according to the International Bar Association War Crimes Committee’s report: murder, extermination, enslavement, forcible transfer, imprisonment, torture, sexual violence, persecution, enforced disappearances and other inhumane acts.

To simply ignore and forget such evil acts, is unforgivable and goes against EVERYTHING the United States stands for.

Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.



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