How Should We Address North Korea Human Rights Atrocities?
A panel of experts met earlier this month to talk about ways the U.S and other international allies can help combat human rights abuse in North Korea.
The panel comes just after the United Nations Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North Korea released findings that the country has committed human abuse crimes.
Greg Scarlatoui, executive director of the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea suggested using bill HR 1771 to help police the abuse crimes. The bill would increase sanctions on North Korea and earmark funds for humanitarian efforts in the country....
The Boko Horem (sp?) problem is being addressed, we can get troops and agents in there with in an atomic strike being elicited. By the way, this video is still available, Secret State of North Korea (video). To see what an Orwellian state North Korea is.
GSTexas, the only reason that your state and some others can do anything about abortion, is because the majority of people want it, for the rest of the country support of such groups, as Birthright International--Philosophy is called for. However, it should be noted The Inadequacy of Moralism is going to become more pronounced culminating in the Tribulation. So, get those fingers handy to plug holes in the dike and to wag at the Communist Chinese, because just think what we might and no doubt your children and grandchildren are going to face.
From what we see of the people in N.Korea they are actually convinced by the lunatic way by which their country is run. The people are brainwashed by the leader and his helpers/generals. To restore some normal society can only happen by (1) Education of the people and (2) And the people rise up against the lunacy. This will naturally take time and input by other nations.
Oh my,a panel of "experts" got together.... that'll show em,the West will never do anything about anything anymore,the powder puff gang's time is up and the world will in many ways return to the dark ages ruled by hard aggressive tyrants.