Disturbing Video From Inside North Korea

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PostFri Dec 03, 2010 7:08 pm » by Savwafair2012


North Korea's undercover journalists reveal misery of life in dictatorship
With its ruthless dictator, network of forced labour camps and iron grip of its ruling party, North Korea is the last country one might expect to see a middle-aged woman berating a policeman for demanding a bribe.


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But extraordinary video images smuggled out of North Korea, combined with reports of graffiti and posters critical of the regime, indicate a growing willingness among a previously cowed public to speak out and demand change.

Such dissent would once have been unthinkable in the reclusive state, but now hunger and plummeting living standards are now triggering demands for freedom - something that no North Korean has ever experienced.

Evidence of the rising tide of discontent has been captured on film by a small group of "citizen journalists", who newsgather at great personal risk to themselves. They then carry the footage across the heavily guarded border into China.

Starvation and depreciating living standards are prompting North Koreans to demand freedom from the dictatorship, an emboldened act for the country's cowed populace. Evidence documenting the "rising tide of discontent" and residents' struggle to survive has been videotaped by a small group of undercover citizen journalists, who smuggle the footage across the border to China at the risk of execution. A truck driver who goes by the pseudonym Kim Dong-Cheol has been supplying some of the tapes. He says that since the government's disastrous attempt to reform its currency last year, homelessness and suicides are on the rise. Protest fliers and graffiti with slogans like "Open up and reform" are becoming increasingly common. "The authorities no longer command the fear and respect of the people," Jiro Ishimaru, editor of Asiapress International told the Telegraph. "That's an enormous change that is taking place in North Korea."

Two clips show a troublesome picture of the daily life in North Korea. In the first, an emaciated orphan scavenges for grass to feed her animals, with no food for herself. In the second, a woman fights with a uniformed police officer who demands a bribe in order for her to board the truck that takes her to work. Meanwhile, the country's supreme leader is more concerned with placating his hawkish generals, refusing to rejoin talks to curb North Korea's nuclear program in exchange for reduced sanctions and aid.



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PostSun Dec 05, 2010 12:20 pm » by Liveecarbme


Meanwhile, Iraq drags on-despite Saddam's corpse rotting away & troops and villagers continue to die in Afghanistan while the "coalition" continues to look for a cave-dwelling radical who requires dialysis for kidney failure that he's lived with since 1996...what?
North Korea has revealed itself as a threat since, oh I dunno the mid 1950's? Each admistration has turned a blind eye toward the Korean dilemma. The US military systemicaly and systematicaly submits its fighters to extremes without clear goal or resolution while the more evident threat toward human rights and general stability in the east continues unabated...Something is horribly wrong with American foriegn policy-and her REAL motives. As an American it saddens me to think that our image is dictated by commercial, industrial and corporate agendas.
WMD in Iraq was a lie. Bin Laden is a hoax. Kim Jon Il has demonstrated a credible and serious and substantiated threat to EVERYONE...yet, here we are.

...it was only a matter of time...

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PostSun Dec 05, 2010 1:20 pm » by Mediasorcerer


liveecarbme wrote:Meanwhile, Iraq drags on-despite Saddam's corpse rotting away & troops and villagers continue to die in Afghanistan while the "coalition" continues to look for a cave-dwelling radical who requires dialysis for kidney failure that he's lived with since 1996...what?
North Korea has revealed itself as a threat since, oh I dunno the mid 1950's? Each admistration has turned a blind eye toward the Korean dilemma. The US military systemicaly and systematicaly submits its fighters to extremes without clear goal or resolution while the more evident threat toward human rights and general stability in the east continues unabated...Something is horribly wrong with American foriegn policy-and her REAL motives. As an American it saddens me to think that our image is dictated by commercial, industrial and corporate agendas.
WMD in Iraq was a lie. Bin Laden is a hoax. Kim Jon Il has demonstrated a credible and serious and substantiated threat to EVERYONE...yet, here we are.

...it was only a matter of time...


hi mate,that was very well said and although poignant and sad,exactly true too,whats the real motive for this gross deception perpetrated on us,it seems like one lie after another,
im glad someone else here gets it too,there are a few with the intelligence to understand the hypocrisy of the usa,s foreign policy,good post,regs ms.
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PostTue Dec 14, 2010 8:49 pm » by Iamjackalope


I can spend a half hour with a video camera in down town Los Angeles and show you scenes that are just as shocking as these ones. About the only difference would be that here in the good old USofA we don't just let the orphaned kiddies run around loose on the streets any more. Not since the thirties any ways.

Nope, now a days we keep them locked up in state run foster facilities where they can be leased out to the pharmaceutical companies for drug trials and become sex slaves to pedophile Catholic priests and a God knows what else. (google "Ginnie Pig Kids" video and check it out)

One has to realize that N. Korea is the target for much propaganda so I wouldn't go off the deep end with condemnation as these images might not even be legitimate. I've seen pics showing open air markets selling human flesh to be eaten reportedly in N. Korea but it's all fake.

Regardless of how you feel about N. Korea and their government never underestimate the level of deception that western governments will use to influence how you perceive the rest of the world.

Believe me, I don't support communism or even socialism for the most part but N. Korea is of no threat to the USA and should just be left alone. What they do is all reactionary.

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PostWed Jan 05, 2011 5:40 am » by Liveecarbme


iamjackalope wrote:I can spend a half hour with a video camera in down town Los Angeles and show you scenes that are just as shocking as these ones. About the only difference would be that here in the good old USofA we don't just let the orphaned kiddies run around loose on the streets any more. Not since the thirties any ways.

Nope, now a days we keep them locked up in state run foster facilities where they can be leased out to the pharmaceutical companies for drug trials and become sex slaves to pedophile Catholic priests and a God knows what else. (google "Ginnie Pig Kids" video and check it out)

One has to realize that N. Korea is the target for much propaganda so I wouldn't go off the deep end with condemnation as these images might not even be legitimate. I've seen pics showing open air markets selling human flesh to be eaten reportedly in N. Korea but it's all fake.

Regardless of how you feel about N. Korea and their government never underestimate the level of deception that western governments will use to influence how you perceive the rest of the world.

Believe me, I don't support communism or even socialism for the most part but N. Korea is of no threat to the USA and should just be left alone. What they do is all reactionary.

Very true...the biggest problem with Americans is that they've ONLY lived in America. Granted things are so sanitized that the truth is found to be so "shocking".Recently I heard an economist on the radio state, "The United States is committed to an expensive war and 2 nation building commitments that is causing it to borrow on the world stage-bankrupting our stability-and no one in Washington is talking about it."
TRUE. As long as the media continues to depict the war as a distant and faint dream where village kids are given shoes by GIs and the boogie-man OBL is kept at bay no one wants to realize the real cost of the war, it makes those with fortunes more prosperous and culls the herds of those less fortunate...this nation has provided schools, highways and infrastructure for others at the expense of those whose wages are ravaged to pay for such military misadventures.

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PostWed Jan 05, 2011 11:13 am » by Djpakkal


yes it is happening all over the world , but very sumier , very silently but still it is happening, like the nazi's are back, world wide with a agenda that doesnt gona work for a lot of people... This morning wile waking up, the sky was full off chemtrails (after a month of none , the sky was full(if wanted i can post the pic's) zucht .....
You may live in the states , europe , russia, africa, or where ever... You will feel the agenda.

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PostWed Jan 05, 2011 1:54 pm » by Svaha


Some dictators are more sophisticated then others, at the end they all use exessive force to keep fear / controll.
They are a product of the insanity that's in every individual.
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