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North Korea Nuclear Disaster 200 dead KJUn's Missile site

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Re: North Korea Nuclear Disaster 200 dead KJUn's Missile site

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SHOCK: N. Korea Insider Reveals Horrific Truth, Millions Stunned
November 25, 2017 Jeff Charles
It is a well-known fact that North Korea is a horrific place to live.
https://www.christiannewsalerts.com/nkorea-insider-reveals-horrific-truth/?utm_source=Boomtrain
Now, more North Korean defectors have started to give testimonies about life under the North Korean regime. UPI reports that one of the facts the defectors have shared is that orphaned children have been forced to feed on corn extracted from cow dung, or lice, during the Great Famine.
Lee Wi-Reok, one of the defectors, told Daily NK that his experiences as an orphaned child in North Korea during the late 1990s have continued to haunt him to this day. He stated that certain diseases like tuberculosis were lethal because they did not have a cure. “After I came to South Korea, I was amazed to learn that tuberculosis is a disease that can be treated,” he said.

North Koreans lived in miserable conditions, but according to Lee, orphans dealt with far worse than the rest of the country. “If a cow excreted kernels of corn in the form of diarrhea, we would rinse them out and eat those,” he stated.

Lee also discussed the fact that children would stave off hunger by consuming lice. “When you bite into lice they would burst with blood,” he said. Lee also indicated that the children would eat the lice because they believed it would be a waste to let them go.
The orphanages’ administration officials would “disinfect” children by building a bonfire around them. They would “beat the children with a stick” if they attempted to escape the bonfire.

Of course, the Kim regime has denied its many human rights abuses. They blame the Western world for their troubles. However, most North Koreans seem to understand that they are living in virtual slavery, even if they are not allowed to express this view out loud. It’s one of the reasons so many citizens attempt to escape the despotic regime.

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On November 13th, a North Korean soldier risked his life to escape from the oppressive government. The Washington Post reports,

“As the 24-year-old in the Korean demilitarized zone ran from his vehicle, his fellow soldiers came in pursuit, firing more than 40 rounds at him. He was hit at least five times — but clung to life as he kept crawling South. He was found bleeding in a pile of leaves by South Korean soldiers and brought to doctors.”

The soldier is currently receiving medical attention from South Korean doctors, who say he is recovering nicely. So what could push a soldier to risk his life to flee the nation?


The Washington Post states that the North Korean government is supposed to provide its citizens with housing, healthcare, education, and jobs. The reality is that it provides little more than a restricted existence where citizens are given no rights. In essence, everyone living in the country is in prison. It’s the type of slavish existence that communism breeds.

North Korean citizens are not allowed to criticize the government. They live under full surveillance, even from fellow citizens. Individuals are continually encouraged to report illegal activities to the government. A refugee told The Post that youth leaders patrolled their communities, searching for “things that we weren’t supposed to be doing.”

These atrocious conditions might be seen again in North Korea because of the aggressive sanctions that were imposed by the United Nations, United States, and China. Dictator Kim Jon-un’s refusal to abandon his nuclear weapons program has forced the international community to adopt more drastic measures to prevent the rogue nation from becoming a nuclear threat to the rest of the world.
Unfortunately, the complexity of the North Korean problem makes it difficult for the international community to use force to dismantle the Kim regime. The government has maneuvered itself into a position that all but guarantees that they will not be attacked by the United States — or any other nation.

If the sanctions work, Kim Jong-un may give up his nuclear ambition, but this does not mean that the people he is oppressing will fare any better. Hopefully, the Western world and its allies can figure out a solution that will benefit the North Korean people while removing the nuclear threat.
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North Korea Nuclear Disaster 200 dead KJUn's Missile site

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Hundreds reported dead at Kim’s missile testing facility
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Hundreds reported dead at Kim’s missile testing facility
Hundreds of North Korea’s nuclear workers have died after an accident at despot Kim Jong-un’s main testing facility. North Korea’s Punggye-ri facility has suffered a devastating collapse, leaving around 200 people dead. Around 100 people were killed when an unfinished tunnel collapsed at Kim Jong-un’s main nuclear testing site. Another 100 people subsequently died while attempting to rescue the first group of
entombed workers. Foreign experts had warned a collapse was likely, highlighting the danger of a cloud of radioactive fallout escaping from the site and spreading across “an entire hemisphere”. The disaster was revealed by Japan’s TV Asahi today, although they could not clarify when the accident and subsequent doomed rescue attempts took place.
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North Korea nuclear disaster: 200 dead in Kim Jong-Un's missile test site accident
NORTH Korea has been hit by tragedy after 200 nuclear workers died in an accident at despot Kim Jong-un's main testing facility .
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North Korea’s Punggye-ri facility has suffered a devastating collapse, leaving around 200 people dead.

Around 100 people were killed when when an unfinished tunnel collapsed at Kim Jong-un's main nuclear testing site.

Another 100 people subsequently died while attempting to rescue the first group of entombed workers.

Foreign experts had warned a collapse was likely, highlighting the danger of a cloud of radioactive fallout escaping from the site and spreading across "an entire hemisphere".

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North Korea news: 200 people have died following an accident at a nuclear testing facility
The disaster was revealed by Japan’s TV Asahi today, although they could not clarify when the accident and subsequent doomed rescue attempts took place.

They said North Korean sources told them the collapse occurred as workers were working on the new tunnel. A second collapse took place as workers tried to rescue their colleagues.

Punggye-ri was the site of North Korea’s sixth-ever nuclear test on September 3. They tested a huge 100-kiloton explosive which was around seven times as powerful as the bomb dropped on Hiroshima during WW2.

This test is blieved to have badly destabalised the mountainside-based facility.

Speculation is now growing the tragedy could bring a halt to Kim Jong-un's nuclear ambitions, which he hoped would see the hermit nation rival the capabilities of America.

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A child watching a screen showing a pistol at the 'Sci-Tech complex' in Pyongyang
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Foreign experts and human rights activists had warned this month, however, of the danger of despot Kim Jong-un’s crumbling facilities.

North Korea’s detonated its first ever H-bomb in September, causing serious damage to the facility’s foundations.

Subsequent small earthquakes have since indicated the area was becoming increasingly unstable.

The Punggye-ri test site is built into Mount Mantap, extending deep within the mountain.

While the exact locations of the nuclear tests themselves remain a mystery, seismologists believe they can pinpoint it to a 100 metre area.

While a test site could be operate safely at such a location, unsophisticated engineers are believe to have increased the risk of disaster with crude drilling techniques.

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North Korea news: A satellite image of the Punggye-ri facility
China issued a dire warning to Kim regarding the state of the nuclear testing site.

They said a cloud of nuclear fallout could spread across "an entire hemisphere" if the facility collapsed.

The Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Geology and Geophysics warned: “China cannot sit and wait until the site implodes.

"Our instruments can detect nuclear fallout when it arrives, but it will be too late by then.

“There will be public panic and anger at the government for not taking action.”

READ MORE: Will North korea nuclear test site collapse send fallout across Asia?
http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/796646/north-korea-nuclear-weapon-test-kim-jong-un-conflict-donald-trump

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South Korean analysts following last month's nuclear test
The fallout can spread to an entire hemisphere
The Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Geology and Geophysics
Chillingly, before news broke today of the collapse, they had warned such a collapse could spread radioactive material far and wide.

They said: "The fallout can spread to an entire hemisphere."

Paul Richards, a seismologist at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, said: “What we are seeing from North Korea looks like some kind of stress in the ground.

"In that part of the world, there were stresses in the ground, but the explosions have shaken them up."

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An area of the Punggye-ri nuclear testing site as seen by satellite
On Monday South Korea also warned another nuclear test at the site could lead to a total collapse of the mountain facility, causing a deadly leak of radioactive materials.

Even if a radioactive leak does not occurr, the disaster is a huge blow to Kim. The new tunnel was likely necessary to help modernise the facility and its collapse will severely slow North Korea’s nuclear progress.

Monitoring group 38 North said this month: “If North Korea were to attempt to continue testing under this mountain, such as in the area more to the eastern side, then we would expect to see new tunnelling in the future near the North Portal, still under Mount Mantap.”

The humiliating disaster could provoke Kim into holding a huge missile test in an attempt to save face.

Nuclear expert Joshua Pollack said Kim could make good on his promise earlier this summer to launch “the most powerful detonation of an H-bomb in the Pacific”.

He said: “North Korean leadership undoubtedly feels pushed into a corner.”

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