The United Nations has finally officially taken note of the atrocities in communist North Korea. Unfortunately, the people of North Korea probably have no idea what life is like in the rest of the world because the media is an arm of the government and the people are cut off from information going in or out of the hell hole.
A new United Nations report accuses North Korea of “unspeakable atrocities,” many of which amount to crimes against humanity.
The U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North Korea is calling for an international tribunal to investigate the alleged crimes and to bring those most responsible to justice.
The chair of the three-member commission said Monday that the panel gathered abundant evidence from more than 80 witnesses and satellite images. Many of the witnesses were defectors who survived prison camps and escaped across the border and through China.
“We had testimony, which is quoted in the report, which tells the stories of the prison camps — of the starvation, of the great famine and of the deployment of inadequate resources … of the babies who are born stunted and who remain stunted … of abductions, of the public executions, and of the fact that many people simply disappear — they disappear either into the prison camps or into public executions or private and secret executions,” he said. (Read More)
The article goes on to note that the perpetrators of these crimes most likely will avoid punishment because China has veto power, so the “summary executions, rape, torture, forced abortions and enslavement” will continue.
H/T Town Hall