The Kim dynasty lives in extreme luxury, completely removed from average North Korea life.
No report suggests they've ever even visited the camps.
They spend most of their time in Pyongyang where you have to be party faithful and given permission to live there or at one of their mansions.
Sorry mate, I know you doubt the story too I'm just going off on a tangent.
Recently an escapee, the ex bodygaurd of Kim Jong Il said that his palaces and mansions surpass Saddams, and we all know how extravagant they were.
Picture it like this.
Every year, the largest event of gymnastics, dance and theatre in the world is hosted in Pyongyang and involves some 200, 000 performers.
It's known as the Mass Games.
I'm sure you're familiar with it.
Now imagine that all the people in the stadium plus every performer howling in celebration of you.
Bound to **** up your head.
What a terrible way to die, being torn apart and eating by starving dogs. This terrible ordeal lasted for at least one hour. In North Korea it is dog eat dog, one day you are near the top, like Kim Jong’s uncle, the next you are throw to the dogs.
Hopefully, no withstanding the fraternal friendship between the Castroit tyrannical dynasty and the North Korea barbarian dynastical tyranny, this type of execution wouldn’t be copy in Cuba.
Raúl Castro is impulsive, dogmatic and sometimes brutal, in 1959, during the surrender of Santiago, the second largest Cuban city; Raul presided over the execution of more than 70 soldiers and officers who were machine-gunned and their corpses thrown into a ditch.
Will the so call “Progressives” denounce this barbarism? Would they keep supporting Kim Jong Un Middle Ages regime in North Korea? Would they view him as a great leader?
We have to go back to the ancient Rome Empire, during the times of Caligula and Nero, when Christians were thrown to the lions as a warning for their citizens what the consequences will be if they decide to join the new religion. No doubt that Kim Jong Un view them as great leaders.
I have read a number of reports on this unconfirmed dog-feeding story.
The only thing that's for sure is that Kim Jong-un is not a nice guy.
You wouldn't want him to be your next-door neighbor.
One of these days the still-unfinished war on the Korean peninsula will have to be brought to a conclusion.
Well at least it is proof the North Koreans are not starving being there are still dogs alive there.
Think if Trump get elected how much resistance he will face with in all phases of our country from people to military to politicians. He must not win.