Tortured in North Korea

June 16, 2010 at 9:13 PM 1 comment

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With much of the world focused on the Middle East, and much of the United States focusing on Arizona, there are other very important issues throughout the world that are going virtually unnoticed.

We are all aware of the problems in the Middle East and either you are for, or against Israel’s position.  That’s nothing new.  In fact, we know that the situation will worsen before it gets better.  Muslims in the United States are taking their case to the cities that they have immigrated to in the hopes that these cities will sign a pledge or something similar that asks for opening the way for ships to get into Gaza.  No mention is made of Israel’s own need to defend her interests.  The only thing that matters to most is that humanitarian aid be allowed into Gaza.  Many believe that Israel has no right to inspect the contents of these ships or block them from moving onto Gaza.  Those opinions are foolishness and if they really understood their history, they might have a better grasp of the situation.

Too many throughout the world are under the false impression that the Protocols of the Wise of Zion are actually authentic documents.  This is in spite of the fact that they have been shown to be nothing more than poorly plagiarized pieces of garbage, composed by an Anti-Semite, after stealing from a parody that was written and did not even focus on or refer to Jews.  You can’t tell some people anything though.  If they came to embrace the truth, they would have no reason to continue to hate Jews, so they prefer to believe a lie.  It’s very sad.

Here in the United States, Arizona has passed a law that simply puts teeth to the FEDERAL LAW that is already ON THE BOOKS.  This does not matter to the average individual though, because whenever the race card is played, you’d have to be an idiot not to change your tune.  So, now Los Angeles has passed a resolution that will completely bypass Arizona.  No sense giving your money via business to a state that houses a bunch of racists, right?

I read in the paper that Sacramento CA just yesterday did the same thing.  I saw bits and pieces of the council meeting on the tube and there were plenty of people rallying behind the “racist” mentality.  One guy even got so upset, he couldn’t get his words straight, saying “This is the skin of our color” instead of “This is the color of our skin.”  It doesn’t matter though because call someone a racist, and that’s what they are…whether they really are one in actuality or not.

I received an general email from Ray Gano over at today, and it was titled “Islam’s 12 Steps to Destroy Dar al-Harb (The Land of the Infidels).”  Now, who would not stop to read that one?  Listed among the twelve steps was the concept that Muslims will use the liberalism in America and turn it against America.  The explanation was, “Currently being labeled a “racist” is a fate that is worse than death in most Western countries. When they oppress Muslims and seek to stem their tide, use their fear of that word against them. They will never be able to convincingly assert that discrimination against one group is bad (e.g gays) while maintaining that discrimination against Muslims is good without appearing to be hypocritical and intellectually corrupt, thus they will lose the propaganda war. Recruit liberal academics and media outlets to assist in this campaign.”

As far as Arizona goes, with the cities in America that are beginning to boycott Arizona, all I can say is that the people who will be hurt will be small businesses.  I guess if enough cities boycott Arizona, then the governor may change her mind, at least that’s what the hope is, yet the Federal Law remains, so in essence, Arizona has done nothing illegal or wrong.

So what does all this have to do with North Korea?  The situation in both the Middle East and people’s reaction to Arizona’s law are problems.  There is a much larger problem though that no one really cares about because you don’t read about it in the news.

In North Korea, it is against the law to be a Christian.  It is against the law to own or carry a Bible.  The only churches that exist in North Korea are the ones that are state-sanctioned.  This is done in order to pretend that people in North Korea have freedom, which of course they do not.

Chuck Missler recently stated, “North Koreans are required to worship Kim as a god. He is to be the object of all their worship. Since the slightest questioning of authority or disrespect for Kim is considered unacceptable, true faith in a God or admiration of any government beyond Kim and his provision is intolerable. To admit that anyone or anything might be greater than the Dear Leader would weaken the power he wields over a tiny, densely-populated country almost devoid of natural resources.” [1]

That is more than sad.  What’s even worse, is that Christians are routinely arrested, subjected to beatings, torture, and even bio-chemical testing on them (to see what works and what doesn’t, it is assumed), and then eventually killed.

Missler continued, “Four hundred thousand to one million people may have died in North Korea’s forced labor prisons since 1972. Untold numbers have been tortured and interrogated over suspicions of holding Christian beliefs or having associated with Christians. Yet Christian insider organizations report that, based on former prisoners’ stories of torture and confessions, as many as one in four North Koreans may hold to some sort of Christian belief system.” [2]

In North Korea, Christians are hated.  They are routinely discriminated against.  They are tossed in jail, often without knowing why, or being given an explanation.  They are tortured and killed.  This is because they are CHRISTIANS.  And no one cares.  The world is too busy caring about Gaza, or the alleged racist law in Arizona.

So we will likely see more minorities come forward with terrible stories of how they were pulled over because they ran a red light, or changed lanes without a blinker, cutting off other people, and while they were pulled over, the Police had the mendacity to ask for proof of residency.  How dare they!  Don’t they know that all Hispanics in Arizona are here legally?

By the way, do the folks who want nothing more than for any and every illegal to be able to walk into this country without fear of reprisal have any idea how many young girls are RAPED by other Mexicans as they try to make their way to the United States?  Of course, that is our fault too.  Let’s not consider the fact that once again, Mexico’s president would rather affix blame to someone else than deal with the actual problems within his own country.

The saddest part of this is threefold:

  1. If Mexico was doing its job to take care of its own citizens, they would not need to come here trying to earn a buck to provide for their own families back home
  2. Mexico’s president is a huge hypocrite for condemning the U.S. all the while having some of the strictest anti-immigration laws on the books
  3. Because of the drug cartels that are busy killing one another, innocent people, and the police in Mexico, at least some of that carnage is spilling over into the United States.  Ranchers along the border have been shot at and murdered.

I grant you that the majority of Mexicans who come running up here from their country are here are not criminals.  However, they ARE here ILLEGALLY.  Because of this, the economies of states like Arizona and California are being destroyed.

In the whole picture though, aside from the fact that the illegals who come to this country and get caught, are essentially sent back to their country, where they try to smuggle themselves into this country again.  In North Korea, if you are a Christian, you are as good as dead.  Tragic, but true.

So which problem is worse?  If you have to think about it, then I feel sorry for you.

Here are some links you may wish to check out that deal with the problems in North Korea:

[1]Read more:
[1] Ibid

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  • 1. World Wide News Flash  |  June 17, 2010 at 3:07 PM

    Tortured in North Korea…

    I found your entry interesting do I’ve added a Trackback to it on my weblog :)…


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