North Korea & It’s Atrocities Against Human Rights
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North Korea is a place that is unimaginable. It’s government abuses, enslaves, tortures and murders their own people. They are treated like animals, especially in the prison camps there. There is not enough food and the government does nothing to help. Trying to escape North Korea can get not just you killed, but your whole family… Your parents, grandparents and any and all children. Basically, they wipe out your whole family and genetics. TV is limited and is usually only available with the flow of electricity, which only happens during certain times of the year. Watching television or content “not approved” can end in your whole family being sent to the prison camps- not just you. They call this “guilty by association.” In the North Korean prison camps, there is little to no food, and prisoners are known to eat rats, grass, insects and whatever they can to sustain themselves. Prisoners in these camps are starved, beaten, and tortured. One torture consists of having your fingers crushed in a hydraulic press, while another entails hanging the prisoner upside down and flogging them. Guard dogs are also used to instill fear and are known to “tear children apart.” These dogs are actually encouraged the more brutal they are. Women are not allowed to be pregnant. If a woman is found to be pregnant, they will cut her open, throw away the fetus and execute her. In public executions, people 12 and over are made to watch. First the “criminal” is beaten, then strung up to a pole with his hands behind his back. He is then shot three times in the head, three times in the stomach or chest, and then three times in the legs. The limp body is then taken in a sack and disposed of. At this time, there are an unknown number of prison camps. Six are known. Prison camp 14, prison camp 15, prison camp 16, prison camp 18, prison camp 22, prison camp 25.
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