Greg Scarlatoiu, @GW_IKS, @committeehrnk: 120,000 people, including children & parents, are being held in forced labor camps & subjected to starvation in North Korea. South Korean human rights groups are under horrible pressure & censored by the South

Dec 20, 2018, 03:50 AM

Photo: Intentional starvation in North Korea. Here, picture of victims of the Great Famine of 1876–78 in India during British rule, pictured in 1877.

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Greg Scarlatoiu, @GW_IKS, @committeehrnk; in re: On Monday, the General Assembly voted to condemn North Korea. . . . 120,000 people, including children and parents, are being held in forced labor camps and subjected to starvation. No serious steps taken by the Kim regime toward denuclearization and zero in human rights. Is the South Korean president pressuring you? No. However, ROK human rights groups are under horrible pressure and censored.