Chuck Colson has another excellent column about North Korea (linked in title). Those who think I exaggerate when I call the whole country a concentration camp should read his column, and I also recommend Christopher Hitchens' piece linked below. Mr. Colson also puts out a list of good links with alot of info on this horrible country. For further reading and information:
Today’s BreakPoint offer: Information on North Korea—North Korea fact sheet and Ideas for College Campus Awareness Campaigns (from the North Korea Freedom Coalition).
Visit this page on the State Department website to learn how to contact Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Support John Bolton, champion of human rights and religious freedom, as UN Ambassador.
Learn more about what the Wilberforce Forum did during North Korea Freedom Week.
Christopher Hitchens, “Worse than 1984: North Korea, slave state,” Slate, 2 May 2005.
See BreakPoint’s issues and research page on North Korea.
Kate Harris, “Rescue the Perishing, Care for the Dying: The Justice We Must Pursue,” BreakPoint WorldView, January/February 2004.
Kristin Wright, “A Foothold in the Regions of Misery: Human Rights in North Korea,” BreakPoint Online, 9 January 2003.
BreakPoint Commentary No. 050113, “‘Acts of God’ and Acts of Man: Turning Away.”
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Chuck Colson is founder and chairman of BreakPoint Online, a Townhall.com member group.
This is shocking stuff, and it needs to be more widely publicized. Write to your representatives, or Secretary of State Rice. North Korea doen't need to be contained. It needs regime change, and that will not happen from within.