Convincing North Korea to Start Obeyi...

Convincing North Korea to Start Obeying Internatiional Law

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Jaja

Lincoln, NE

#1 Dec 22, 2012
What is the best way to convince North Korea to start following international law in your opinion?

Recently that country "detained" a U.S. citizen for an "unspecified" offense. This allegation really means nothing in a country run by a government which just last year blew one of its own general apart with a rocket for committing the "crime" of attending a party before the official mourning period for Dear Leader had ended.

Lately, some reports have indicated that North Korea is still kidnapping people from other countries off the streets. Japan has been an especial victim of this sort of crime.

And as if those types of behaviors were sufficient to embarrass North Korea's government, the nation of North Korea has also managed to set up and operate one of the last remaining concentration camp systems in the world. People who commit a crime are sent to a labor camp along with the next three-- yes, three- entire generations of the family. Apparently the rulers of North Korea feel that type of incarceration will generate greater political loyalty by weeding out critics.

Simply possessing a copy of the Holy Bible in North Korea is enough to get you convicted and sent to a gulag (not a joke).

So, tell me, how does anyone reason with that kind of government insanity???

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#2 Dec 24, 2012
Jaja wrote:
What is the best way to convince North Korea to start following international law in your opinion?

Recently that country "detained" a U.S. citizen for an "unspecified" offense. This allegation really means nothing in a country run by a government which just last year blew one of its own general apart with a rocket for committing the "crime" of attending a party before the official mourning period for Dear Leader had ended.

Lately, some reports have indicated that North Korea is still kidnapping people from other countries off the streets. Japan has been an especial victim of this sort of crime.

And as if those types of behaviors were sufficient to embarrass North Korea's government, the nation of North Korea has also managed to set up and operate one of the last remaining concentration camp systems in the world. People who commit a crime are sent to a labor camp along with the next three-- yes, three- entire generations of the family. Apparently the rulers of North Korea feel that type of incarceration will generate greater political loyalty by weeding out critics.

Simply possessing a copy of the Holy Bible in North Korea is enough to get you convicted and sent to a gulag (not a joke).

So, tell me, how does anyone reason with that kind of government insanity???
You make a public statement criticizing them and then you send them aid. O_o
lol

West Memphis, AR

#3 Dec 25, 2012
Jaja wrote:
What is the best way to convince North Korea to start following international law in your opinion?

Recently that country "detained" a U.S. citizen for an "unspecified" offense. This allegation really means nothing in a country run by a government which just last year blew one of its own general apart with a rocket for committing the "crime" of attending a party before the official mourning period for Dear Leader had ended.

Lately, some reports have indicated that North Korea is still kidnapping people from other countries off the streets. Japan has been an especial victim of this sort of crime.

And as if those types of behaviors were sufficient to embarrass North Korea's government, the nation of North Korea has also managed to set up and operate one of the last remaining concentration camp systems in the world. People who commit a crime are sent to a labor camp along with the next three-- yes, three- entire generations of the family. Apparently the rulers of North Korea feel that type of incarceration will generate greater political loyalty by weeding out critics.

Simply possessing a copy of the Holy Bible in North Korea is enough to get you convicted and sent to a gulag (not a joke).

So, tell me, how does anyone reason with that kind of government insanity???
I would say stay out of North Korea for starters

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