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Testimony showing that Horrific Torture, Starvation and even Human Experimentation occurs in North Korea to Christians and other Political Prisoners.

What is happening in North Korea?

Five or six elderly Christians were lined up and forced to deny their Christianity and accept the Juche ideology of the North Korean State. The selected prisoners all remained silent at the repeated command for conversion. The security officers became furious by this and killed them by pouring molten iron on them one by one," explained an escapee who had witnessed the torture and martyrdom of Christians who refused to renounce Christ in North Korea’s infamous death camps.

Two hundred thousand prisoners, many of whom are Christian, are held in six large Soviet-styled forced labor camps spread across the country. These gulags, dubbed "re-education" centers by the North Korean government, have been the final resting place of some 400,000 North Koreans in the past three decades. Human rights agencies suggest that the number of Christians detained or killed in the camps is near 100,000. Relatively little is known about the camps as few have survived to speak of the atrocities they suffered and until recently camps were sealed off from international scrutiny. However, recent satellite imagery and the testimonies of a few escapees reveal horrors similar to those witnessed during the Holocaust where beatings, torture, starvation, slave labor, and chemical experimentation characterized daily living.

North Korea Exposed International Christian Concern Download PDF

2014 - North Korea Guilty According to United Nations

Powerful testimony from survivors and escapees has prooved effective in convincing the UN that North Korea is guilty of crimes against humanity. For most recent information view the following two reports from the UN. What follows these reports is information that has been compiled from various other witnesses. The reports below detail:

  •  Violations of the right to food
  •  The full range of violations associated with prison camps
  •  Torture and inhuman treatment
  • Arbitrary arrest and detention
  • Discrimination, in particular in the systemic denial and violation of basic human rights and fundamental freedoms
  • Violations of the freedom of expression
  • Violations of the right to life
  • Violations of the freedom of movement
  • Enforced disappearances, including in the form of abductions of nationals of other States

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See Video of Human Rights in North Korea: Excerpts from the Public Hearings of the Commission of Inquiry (23mins)

Articles of Interest from the Report

60. In the political prison camps of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the inmate population has been gradually eliminated through deliberate starvation, forced labour, executions, torture, rape and the denial of reproductive rights enforced through punishment, forced abortion and infanticide. The commission estimates that hundreds of thousands of political prisoners have perished in these camps over the past five decades. The unspeakable atrocities that are being committed against inmates of the kwanliso political prison camps resemble the horrors of camps that totalitarian States established during the twentieth century.

61. Although the authorities in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea deny the existence of the camps, this claim was shown to be false by the testimonies of former guards, inmates and neighbours. Satellite imagery proves that the camp system continues to be in operation. While the number of political prison camps and inmates has decreased owing to deaths and some releases, it is estimated that between 80,000 and 120,000 political prisoners are currently detained in four large political prison camps.

76. These crimes against humanity entail extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape, forced abortions and other sexual violence, persecution on political, religious, racial and gender grounds, the forcible transfer of populations, the enforced disappearance of persons and the inhumane act of knowingly causing prolonged starvation. The commission further finds that crimes against humanity are ongoing in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea because the policies, institutions and patterns of impunity that lie at their heart remain in place.

 

Report of the commission of inquiry on human rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea -­ A/HRC/25/63

Report of the detailed findings of the commission of inquiry on human rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea -­ A/HRC/25/CRP.1

What you can do to help

ACT: China and Russia most likely plan to block the latest UN ruling, a ruling which would have seen the North bought to justice, and the country referred to the International Criminal Court. Send letters to Russia, and China asking them to reconsider their right to veto in the Security Council (a vote which his occuring this December), or ask them to come up with an alternative plan. But these horrors can't be allowed to continue.

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Rape, Forced Abortions, Infanticide, public executions, testing Biological Weapons, Malnutrition

Lee Soon-ok

(Dated 1990's)

Lee Soon-ok (8 May 2014) wikipedia.org

For six years, Lee was imprisoned in Kaechon concentration camp where she has reported witnessing forced abortions, infanticide, several instances of rape, public executions, testing of biological weapons on prisoners , extreme malnutrition and various other forms of inhuman conditions and depravity.It is not clear why she was released, although Lee suspects that the same officials responsible for jailing her were themselves the subject of investigations by higher ranking members of North Korea's government.

Lee described an experiment in which 50 healthy women prisoners were selected and given poisoned cabbage leaves. All of the women were required to eat the cabbage, despite cries of distress from those who had already eaten. All 50 died after 20 minutes of vomiting blood and anal bleeding. Refusing to eat the cabbage would allegedly have meant reprisals against them and their families.

Human Experimentation, beating, and torture: Ex-prison Guards Speak Out

 

Ahn Myung Chul

(Dated May 1987 until September 1994)

Human Experimentation

Human experimentation in North Korea (25 November 2013) wikipedia.org

Former prison guard Ahn Myung Chul has reported that prisoners were used for "medical operation practice" for young doctors. According to him, these doctors would practice surgery on prisoners without anesthesia. He also described deliberate efforts to study physical resistance by starving prisoners to death. According to him,

The people who carry out these executions and these experiments all drink before they do it. But they are real experts now; sometimes they hit prisoners with a hammer, on the back of the head. The poor prisoners then lose their memory, and they use them as zombies for target practice. When the Third Bureau is running out of subjects, a black van known as "the crow" turns up and picks out a few more prisoners, sowing panic among the rest. The crow comes about once a month and takes forty or fifty people off to an unknown destination.

Beatings and Torture

Former guard: Ahn Myong Chol (January 15 2003) NBCNews.com

They are not treated as human beings; they are just like dogs or pigs....There is no instruction how to beat them, but the officers tell us to beat or kill the re-settlers without responsibility. Therefore, when someone is working in the field, the guard tells the prisoner to come over here, if the prisoner comes slowly, then it can be a cause of beating...I saw numerous prisoners killed, especially by beating.

Sometimes I used to drink alcohol together and chat together with the people in the division of torture, and when the officer in the division is in a good mood, the prisoners will be treated mildly. And when he had an argument with his wife at home, then the torture will be severe. And I heard many times that eyeballs were taken out by beating. And I saw that by beating the person, the muscle was damaged and the bone was exposed, outside, and they put salt on the wounded part. At the beginning I was frightened when I witnessed it, but it was repeated again and again, so my feelings were paralyzed.

Kwon Hyuk - former military attaché at the North Korean Embassy in Beijing

Revealed: the gas chamber horror of North Korea's gulag (1 Febuary 2004) http://www.theguardian.com/

Kwon Hyuk, who has changed his name, was the former military attaché at the North Korean Embassy in Beijing. He was also the chief of management at Camp 22. ... Hyuk claims he now wants the world to know what is happening.

Gas Chambers Today

'I witnessed a whole family being tested on suffocating gas and dying in the gas chamber,' he said. 'The parents, son and and a daughter. The parents were vomiting and dying, but till the very last moment they tried to save kids by doing mouth-to-mouth breathing.'

Hyuk has drawn detailed diagrams of the gas chamber he saw. He said: 'The glass chamber is sealed airtight. It is 3.5 metres wide, 3m long and 2.2m high_ [There] is the injection tube going through the unit. Normally, a family sticks together and individual prisoners stand separately around the corners. Scientists observe the entire process from above, through the glass.'

He explains how he had believed this treatment was justified. 'At the time I felt that they thoroughly deserved such a death.

North Korea Exposed International Christian Concern

Camp 22, North Korea’s largest concentration camp, lies in the remote northeastern corner of North Korea, close to the border of Russia and China. Though isolated in the mountainside, satellite photographs reveal that Camp 22 is roughly the size of Los Angeles and imprisons some fifty thousand men, women and children. No one is safeguarded from the camp’s horrors, including children. Babies are said to be aborted by salt water injected into the mother’s womb or strangled upon delivery. The few children who survive birth in the camps or who are arrested along with their family at a young age are expected to work like everyone else and subjected to the same treatment. A former prison guard reported that 1,500 to 2,000 prisoners, mostly children, die each year from malnutrition alone. Although awareness of gulag atrocities is growing, there has been little pressure on North Korea by the international committee to close the camps. Some fear that North Korea might harden its stance on nuclear power and other issues if challenged on the brutality of its political prisons. The West is once again siting idly by while a ruthless dictator carries out mass murder and oppresses an entire nation.

Other Defectors

(Dated 2002)

Defectors have smuggled out documents that appear to reveal how methodical the chemical experiments were. One stamped 'top secret' and 'transfer letter' is dated February 2002. The name of the victim was Lin Hun-hwa. He was 39. The text reads: 'The above person is transferred from ... camp number 22 for the purpose of human experimentation of liquid gas for chemical weapons.'

Most are imprisoned because their relatives are believed to be critical of the regime. Many are Christians, a religion believed by Kim Jong-il to be one of the greatest threats to his power. According to the dictator, not only is a suspected dissident arrested but also three generations of his family are imprisoned, to root out the bad blood and seed of dissent.

Hae Woo - Ex-Prisioner on YouTube

Life as a Christian in North Korea “a living hell” www.biblesociety.org.au

Hae Woo on YouTube The remarkable story of 70 year old North Korean Hae Woo who spent several years in one of the brutal labour camps.

Hear Recent Reports in the U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea report

Download - The Hidden Gulag: Exposing North Korea’s Prison Camps

What you can do to help

Very few people know these things are happening, if they did they would try to do something to help. So the primary thing you can do is make people aware. We suggest:

  • Popularity is universal, even the North Korean President has visits from Dignitories, Business People, and famous sports/movie stars. Try to engadge these groups telling them of the problem and asking them to engadge the Leader of North Korea, advocating the casue for compassion.
  • You take a stand, write a letter, send an email, or join the North Korean Friendhip forum found on the Official North Korean Government Website here. You can talk to the North Korean officals there.

If you are a Government Minister

CURRENT PLAN Please consider the following two point plan.

  1. Offer a genuine trade deal with the North with the following previsions, we ask them to allow aid workers to supervise the death camps (perminantly) so that abuses no longer occur, in exchange for a perminant trade deal with us. It is not good enough to just scold them, and expect them to bend, we need to do something good for them.
  2. Now the fact is that human rights abuses have occured, there is little doubt of this, many would seek retrebution, however I would seek clemancy for the crimes committed by the North if they are willing to act with kindness by opening up the camps to the West, asking the World to forgive these offences is the only way that such a deal could succeed, so as a part of any deal I ask that the West forgive the North Koreans, this forgiveness is in exchange for opening the camps to aid workers.

Resources on North Korea Gulags