Newest member of UK Board of Directors shares his thoughts on North Korea
Around the world, many wondered whether the disappearance of Kim Jong Un from public view meant that a regime change had occurred in North Korea. This fascination with the unknown typifies the lack of information that we have from Pyongyang. But in some areas we truly do know what the world’s most repressive regime is doing – and that is frightening enough.
From my time in the United Nations enforcing sanctions against North Korea, I know that their regime poses a serious threat to international peace and security. This threat goes beyond their testing of nuclear weapons and their development of missile technology designed to hold the civilian populations of other countries hostage to nuclear blackmail … read more
Director of Human Liberty Center presents Genocide Findings to Congress
The Hidden Holocaust:
Think about what you’re NOT seeing
The Great Escape?
With the difficulty of seeking refuge to the South and seemingly little hope of liberation on the horizon from the West, Many North Koreans chose to flee via China and its embassies in North Korea. As this documentary produced by ABC Australia and distributed by Journeyman Pictures reveals, the escape can be tantamount to leaping from the frying pan into the fire.
A modern-day Mauthausen: Camp 22
It has long been suspected that a North Korean prison is no more a prison than were Auschwitz, Treblinka or Mauthausen. And like those camps, Pukchang, Yodok and Hoeryong are quickly becoming common lexicon in the discussion of a modern holocaust largely hidden from the west until recently.
Click here to see four short clips revealing what we can now extrapolate about these camps from the eyewitness accounts of a former guard and former prisoners at the Hoeryong political prison camp, commonly referred to as “Camp 22”.