Sunday, December 22, 2013

How Dennis Rodman can help the North Korean people

"On orders of the guards in Camp 14, inmates are forced to marry and create children to be raised by guards to be disposable slaves. Until I escaped in 2005, I was one of those slaves. My body is covered with scars from torture I endured in the camp."


Anonymous said...

People ask themselves: "Why didn't anyone speak out during the Holocaust?"

North Korea is a prime example of people not speaking out. 100 years from now, if North Korea has been freed, people will be asking the exact same question.

North Korea is a good example showing that Evil knows no ethnicity, no race, no color, no language, and no geographic borders.

It doesn't matter if it is the uniform of the Schutzstaffel, or the red scarves of the Khmer Rouge, or the green of the NKVD uniforms, or any other uniform that has seen the senseless deaths of millions of innocent, unarmed men women and children, it's all the same thing under the surface in my mind.

If people want to see what happens to a disarmed populace, look at these drawings that came out only a few months ago from North Korea:

(Warning: The drawings are NOT for the faint of heart.)

Those aren't some black and white pictures from 70-80 years ago, and the people who were photographed in them are now senile, stuck in a wheelchair in some old folks home. This is happening Right Now As I Type This.

I hope Mr. Rodman enjoys his stay in Hell when he has to finally answer to Almighty God for being complicit in those grotesque crimes against humanity.

Unlike me, and most everyone else, he has the ability to create REAL change. But he won't.

If the history of the 20th century (and even now into the 21st) is anything to go on:

Never give up your guns.

Anonymous said...

How Dennis Rodman can help the N Korean people. . . .
Have his visa and passport revoked so that he can't return after his visit.
Then when his welcome is worn out over there, let Un put his tattooed ass in Prison Camp (insert number here) to make super slave babies.
We won't miss him at all over here.

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

North Korea is a hellish abomination. The entire country is a collectivist prison, run by a fat, 3d generation marxist murderer.

I can never understand all the dancing around this issue done by politicians and diplomats. The people there need to be FREED, and allowed to emigrate to the south, or elsewhere. Even better, remove the marxists, and let the people rebuild their own country. Virtually anything is better than what is now in place.

Dad fought the commies during the Korean War, and 60 years later, nothing has changed. The Kim family still threatens its neighbors, and the world with murderous intent.

It is sad that nobody has the guts to air drop a bunch of Liberators, plastic or not, into that country, so that the people there can decide what kind of a state they live under. South Korea shows that Korean people have a lot of capability, if they are allowed to use it.

Rodman's visit perpetuates the myth that the Kim family has legitimacy and should have any kind of international standing, outside of being permanent residents of a maximum security prison or a graveyard, like the rest of their subjects.

Anonymous said...

NK, Laughing at the IMF and Globalists. Gotta Love it. They are a heck of a lot better off than this begummed welfare denied Canuck. Smelling Rat Poo as I type. Bathing? WTF is that?
Seriously, third world daily for this Zero Options remain, tossed downriver, to the 16th century. Thanks, Liberals. I still staring back, like the North Korean Border Sentry. One eye on you, m'f'kers. Safety; OFF

Anonymous said...

"It is sad that nobody has the guts to air drop a bunch of Liberators, plastic or not, into that country, so that the people there can decide what kind of a state they live under. "

Even more sad is that after 3 generations, the NorKs are so brainwashed by their ChiCom masters and the Communist propaganda, that they literally think the sun rises and sets on the Kim family. SO even if you were able to get guns and other weapons into a poor NorK's family's hands, and show them how to use these weapons, none of them would ever pull the trigger.

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

B Woodman is absolutely right.