Sunday, April 6, 2008

North Korean Refugees in China

To point out the evils of the current China regime and not talk about North Korea is irresponsible. So here's a link to an NGO that focuses on North Korean refugees in China. During the First Cold War, it was easier for Warsaw Pact citizens to escape to Yugoslavia (non Warsaw-Pact but still communist and non-NATO country). By the same token, it's impossible to get across the border between the Koreas, but slightly less impossible to get from North Korea into China. As the Olympics approach, China is abusing these refugees even worse than usual in their efforts to "clean up" their image. Meanwhile, North Korea is refusing to give up its WMDs and is launching test missiles into the sea off its western coast, all while its people starve and shiver in concentration camps.

Of course, without China's support, North Korea's Orwellian nightmare regime would fold quickly. That's why IF IT'S BAD FOR THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT, IT'S VERY GOOD FOR EVERYONE ELSE. ESPECIALLY NORTH KOREAN PEOPLE.

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