Here’s The REAL Reason North Korea Regime Needs To Be ANNIHILATED NOW



The Moon Jae-in administration decided, Thursday, to offer humanitarian assistance worth $8 million to North Korea “at an appropriate time” through the United Nations.


It delayed the decision on exactly when to provide the aid, apparently considering disputes over the timing of assistance to North Korea, which is raising tensions with its continued provocations.

The Ministry of Unification said the plan was approved during a meeting on cross-border exchanges and cooperation.

Chaired by Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyon, the meeting involved high-ranking officials from eight relevant ministries and two private experts.

Under the plan, $4.5 million will be donated to help the U.N. World Food Programme (WFP) provide nutrition-rich supplies to North Korean children and pregnant women. The remaining $3.5 million will be spent to offer vaccines and medicinal treatments through UNICEF, Reuters reports.


This will be the first humanitarian assistance for the impoverished regime since President Moon took office in May.

“We have consistently said we would pursue humanitarian aid for North Korea in consideration of the poor conditions children and pregnant women face there, apart from political issues,” Minister Cho said.

A unification ministry official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said, “The government took concerns over humanitarian aid to North Korea into account before finalizing the decision.”

The official said the government will still consider inter-Korean relations and other relevant circumstances in determining the timing and actual size of the provision.

When asked whether the size of the provision could diminish over time, the official added, “It’s the government’s policy to fully offer $8 million.”

Fatboy “Rocket Man” indulges while his people suffer and starve to death.

The political parties did not comment on the government’s measure.

Two conservative opposition parties ― the Liberty Korea Party and Bareun Party ― and the centrist People’s Party had slammed the government when the unification ministry initially announced the plan on Sept. 14.

The plan was controversial because it came a day before North Korea fired off a Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) and it was found that Cheong Wa Dae detected signs of the IRBM test hours before making the announcement.

The opposition bloc also raised concerns the plan is not in line with U.N Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 2375 in response to North Korea’s sixth nuclear test on Sept. 3.

Approved on Sept. 11, the resolution is aimed at capping North Korea’s imports of crude oil and crippling its economy.

The unification ministry said the WFP and UNICEF had approached the government in May and July this year to contribute in aiding North Korea.

It also said humanitarian aid is not against the principles of the U.N., arguing it will be the needy in North Korea, not its ruling class, who will first suffer due to the UNSC’s latest sanctions.

A Cheong Wa Dae official said the announcement and the IRBM test were “only coincidental” and the government will remain unchanged in its principle of helping North Koreans on humanitarian grounds.

South Korea’s humanitarian aid efforts to North Korea had been halted since the latter’s fourth nuclear test in January 2016.

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Seoul last gave aid to Pyongyang in December 2015 through the U.N. Population Fund under the government of Park Geun-hye.

It seems to me that this is throwing money to the wind, simply because it will accomplish very little in the long run.

Until the cruel dictatorship and genocidal regime is removed, the suffering of the North Korean populace will continue.

Few understand what the North Korean people suffer, from mental to physical abuses that are against the Geneva Convention.

The horrific brutality of life in North Korea is laid bare in a UN report, which describes how the state maintains a climate of fear through executions, enforced disappearances and starvation.

The report released by the U.N. details the suffering of the people, the report  compares North Korea, and its use of political prison camps, to the “totalitarian states” of the 20th century, a reference to regimes such as Nazi Germany.

It details findings that North Korea, through its state security apparatus, is committing “systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations”. The report says that many of these violations “constitute crimes against humanity”.

Kim Jong-un’s North Korea operates an “all-encompassing indoctrination machine that takes root from childhood”, the UN report found.

The purpose of this machine is to “propagate an official personality cult and to manufacture absolute obedience”. This propaganda also incites “nationalistic hatred towards the official enemies of the state”, the report says.

People who are considered to be “politically loyal” are allowed to live in more favourable locations, the report says, with the most loyal allowed to live in the capital Pyongyang.

In a bid to keep Pyongyang “pure”, the state “systematically banishes entire families from the capital city if one family member commits what is deemed to be a serious crime or political wrong”.

For the same reason, street children who “clandestinely migrate” to Pyongyang in search of food “are subject to arrest and forcible transfer”.

While those in charge seem to be throwing sanctions down and attempting diplomacy to reign in North Korea, it is the people who truly are suffering on a grand scale.

To me, the reason the US and its allies need to go in and remove the brutal regime of North Korea, is the suffering of its people.


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