There should be no doubt that north Korea is committing crimes against humanity.
This is from the Voice of Martyrs' Persecution Blog.
We should also think about the horrendous suffering of these prisoners. We should consider how mush help these people will need when they are liberated. The liberating forces should study the operations during WWII when concentration camps were taken by allied forces. Those who think there is resistance potential in these camps have not read Ted Gurr and do not understand that the prisoners can only think about survival and that it will be a long time before they will be healthy enough to return to some semblance of a normal life. But the Alliance will have responsibility for the well being of these prisoners in war or after the catastrophic collapse of the Kim Family Regime.
June 16, 2014
North Korea Infographic
Using data compiled by the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea and the UN Commission of Inquiry, The Committee for Human Rights in North Korea and The Bush Institute at the George W. Bush Presidential Center created this infographic to describe the plight of men, women, and children held captive in North Korea’s political prison camps without charges or trial.
VOM's June newsletter focuses on North Korea. VOM estimates that 30,000 Christians are held in prison camps.
Our hope today is that seeing these facts illustrated in this way will inspire you to pray more fervently for North Korea and for our Christian brothers and sisters there.