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Refugee: North Korea is 'the Same Thing as the Holocaust... and We are Ignoring It'

Oct 23 2014 1:10pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Twenty-one-year-old Yeonmi Park escaped the prison nation of North Korea by sneaking into China and walking with her mother across the Gobi Desert into South Korea. Her journey is laden with the bodies of old friends, relatives, and the thousands of victims of public executions she was forced to witness. Park has now become a human rights activist, traveling the world to tell her story and demand that international attention go to the millions of victims of the North ...
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Kim Jong Un Reappears, Has A Cane Now

Oct 14 2014 7:37am CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — After vanishing from the public eye for nearly six weeks, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is back, ending rumors that he was gravely ill, deposed or worse. Now, a new, albeit smaller, mystery has emerged: Why the cane? Kim, who was last seen publicly at a Sept. 3 concert, appeared in images released by state media Tuesday smiling broadly and supporting himself with a walking stick while touring the newly built Wison ...
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Susan Rice: No Evidence Kim Jong Un Has Been Deposed

Oct 12 2014 11:55am CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

There's "no indication" that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is no longer in power, National Security Adviser Susan Rice said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "Obviously, we are watching very carefully what's happening in North Korea. It's a country that we monitor with great attention," Rice said in response to a question from host Chuck Todd on whether she was convinced that Kim Jong Un is ...
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North Korea leader Kim has leg injury but is fully in charge: source

Oct 9 2014 7:01am CDT | Source: Townhall's

BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has aggravated a leg injury he suffered in late August or early September that needs three.. ...
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For Kim-watchers, North Korean anniversary on Friday is pivotal

Oct 8 2014 11:33pm CDT | Source: Townhall's

By James Pearson and Tony Munroe SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been out of sight for over a month ...
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Why ISIS and Hamas Wear Masks

Oct 7 2014 2:45pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

The biblical story of Saul teaches us a powerful lesson regarding the individual's moral choice and what that choice may lead to. In ancient Israel, as the era of the judges was ending, it came time for the Israelites to finally have a king. Saul was God's first choice. He had the strength and support necessary to protect the Israelites and, under God's command, once and for all destroy the threats and specter of death that the Israelites had lived under for centuries. And yet wh ...
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Why ISIS and Hamas Wear Masks

Oct 6 2014 9:54am CDT | Source: Big Government

The biblical story of Saul teaches us a powerful lesson regarding the individual's moral choice and what that choice may lead to.   In ancient Israel, as the era of the judges was ending, it came time for the Israelites to finally have a king. Saul was God's first choice. He had the strength and support necessary to protect the Israelites and, under God's command, once and for all destroy the threats and specter of death that the Israelites had live ...
Full article at: Big Government
 

 

Kim Jong Un Health Rumors Swirl During Absence

Sep 29 2014 7:15am CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea's authoritarian leader makes no public appearances for three weeks, skipping a high-profile event he usually attends. An official documentary shows him limping and overweight and mentions his "discomfort." What follows is a smorgasbord of media speculation about what's eating Kim Jong Un. Maybe it's gout, unidentified sources tell South Korean reporters, or diabetes, or high blood pressure. A thinly so ...
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