The Hidden Gulags In North Korea

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    Horrific reading, but something that must become known to every American. We must speak out louder and more fervently about the terror the North Korean regime inflicts on its people (and kudos to Pres. Bush for being forthright at every opportunity about the true nature of the regime)

    (When you see the pictures of the starving boy, your heart aches when you consider his suffering and horror)

     
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    The specter of a Saddam Hussein spiderhole haunts Kim Jong II. The tyrant knows that he will be executed for crimes against humanity when the DPRK cesspool is drained. North Korea, what a charming country: fascist police state, concentration camps, medical experiments on prisoners, mass starvation and cannibalism, international kidnapping, counterfeiting, drug running, ballistic missile trafficking, and murder: this is the state created by Russia and the PRC. Have these countries been held accountable? Is it even discussed? No, the world is too busy trying to figure out what to do with their progeny: nuclear armed Nazis.
     
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    there is a special place in hell for people like lil kim. im not sure if military action would go over real big over there. i can jsut see the antis preparing thier signs now. maybe they should have an all expense paid vacation over there for about 6 months to see if we would be warranted or not.
     
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    Unfortunately, any military action against North Korea will have the PRC responding in kind to a military action against us. That's what happened in Korea in the 1950s. The problem is that Kim Il Jong knows this and acts accordingly.

    This is a no-win situation. If we invade North Korea, we risk a confrontation with the PRC that might go nuclear. If we don't do anything about North Korea, we risk having an out of control regime that is a danger to the area and is killing millions of innocent people.
     
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    it would be tough indeed. now something covertly....
    but in truth we know that it doesnt matter how he would die, it would always be our fault. he could fall out of his chair and break his neck and it would be on our shoulders.
     

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