Skip to comments.Grim tales from North Korea's gulags
Posted on 01/28/2010 9:41:22 PM PST by Pining_4_TX
No one should imagine that American missionary Robert Park is getting the same relatively benign treatment at the hands of his North Korean "hosts" as the two American women who were held in the North for 140 days last year.
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NK is among the numerous nations in the world that is ruled by amoral and lawless brutality. The sad part is the NK people are trapped by geography and history. China will always put their security needs above the suffering of the NK people, and Japan has a history of doing the same. The US is the only nation that can free NK but we will have to take on China, something we cannot do without a war and financial ruin for China, US and even Japan.
Basicly the people of NK are stuck. Lesson to be learned, is never partition a country between us and a brutal dictatorship nation (ie Soviet Union, etc) and expect good results.
Park sounds very nearly as insane as Dear Leader.
It’s a shame that there isn’t an active military resistance against the regime we could donate to.
I think there’s more of an active intelligence resistance than we know about, and that we’re donating quite a bit to it via our federal taxes.
Well, you do have a point there. I’m not sure what he thought he could accomplish by doing this.
Maybe we should get bigger ballons and release small handguns into the north. It seems like their only hope.