Sunday, March 30, 2008

Earth Hour or gulags more important?

I hope the sanctimonious act of mass onanism called Earth Hour gave people what they wanted - a sense of purpose from an act that at best is about saving a couple of cents. Auckland and Wellington cities allegedly participated in this. I'm glad the Green Party didn't promote it.
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Meanwhile, while the world looks at China - I want yet again to raise the horror of the gulags in North Korea. I'll do it because unlike "climate change" you don't hear about it most days, you don't have sanctimonious little do-gooders telling you to do something about it - just 50,000 men, women and children in slave labour camps.
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Yes, and when they escape to China - China returns them so they can all go back to the gulags.
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LiNKorea's blog takes an uncompromising view on addressing the horrors of North Korea. They should be the top of the agenda for Amnesty International, and anyone else demanding improvements in human rights.

2 comments:

The ex-expat said...

I don't know if you have ever seen the picture of the Korean peninsula at night where apparently 'earth hour' happens just about everywhere in north Korea every night!

The ex-expat said...

Whoops! It seems you already have blogged on that.

But you may also want to get your hands on the Aquairums of Pyongyang if you can as well.