Here’s a handy list of atrocities for anyone still fawning over North Korea’s Kim Yo-Jong

Here’s a handy list of atrocities for anyone still fawning over North Korea’s Kim Yo-Jong
Kim Yo Jong (Image via Twitter)

[Ed. – For the remaining Kool-Aid drinkers]

  1. North Korea hates Christianity. While there are countless proofs, a 15-page document titled “Total Denial: Violations of Freedom of Religion or Belief in North Korea” from British-based human rights advocacy organization Christian Solidarity Worldwide offers a troubling recap of how Kim Jong-Un’s regime tortures, mutilates, and kills Christians. Here’s just a snippet: “If discovered they are subject to detention and then likely taken to political prison camps (kwanliso). Crimes against them in these camps include extra-judicial killing extermination, enslavement/forced labour … and other inhumane acts.”

  2. According to a human rights group, the North Korean regime creates an “atmosphere of fear” by carrying out executions in the public square. …

  3. North Korea also reportedly tricks children into telling on their own parents. One little girl named Eun was told by her third-grade teacher that she had a special assignment: go home and find a specific book and if it was the proper book, she was told she would be rewarded. In the end, Eun discovered the described book — a Bible — and promptly told her teacher. … But when Eun returned home, her parents weren’t there.

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