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    Video reveals brutal torture methods of North Korean regime

    Video reveals brutal torture methods of North Korean regime



    A new video has been secretly smuggled out of North Korea revealing the basic & brutal torture tactics dictator Kim Jong Unís regime uses on ordinary citizens.

    Many detainees are tortured into confessing crimes they didnít even commit.
    And this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the treatment of inmates inside Kim Jong Unís torture chambers and prison camps.

    The brutality of the North Korean regime was once again cast into the international spotlight following the death of 22-year-old American student Otto Warmbier last week.
    While the brutal conditions inside North Koreaís prison camps and detention centres are well documented, less is known about how the American came to be in a coma in the first place.
    NORTH KOREA DENIES TORTURING OTTO WARMBIER
    However a 2012 video could provide some clue as to how North Korea treats its detainees and prisoners.


    The shocking video provides a glimpse of what takes place inside North Koreaís prison system where anyone who is even accused of minor crimes is made to pay for it.
    In the horrifying footage, a man can be seen being beaten and tortured, his legs twisted repeatedly while he sits in a chair.
    In other scenes a woman is accused of having sex with Chinese and South Korean men and is repeatedly punched and kicked by a state security agent.


    QUESTIONS REMAIN
    Warmbier was on a tourist trip to North Korea when he was detained for allegedly stealing a political poster from a hotel in Pyongyang last year.
    He was sentenced to 15 years hard labor but died six days after returning to the US in a coma.


    Doctors said the University of Virginia student had suffered severe brain damage, which doctors said was likely due to cardiopulmonary arrest suffered while in North Korean detention.
    Warmbier died last Monday of severe brain damage in a Cincinnati hospital and was buried three days later.
    SHOULD US CONSIDER DRASTIC ACTION TO STOP NORTH KOREA?
    Medical tests didnít show what precipitated his injuries but doctors found no evidence of the botulism infection that North Korea claimed caused his coma.
    U.S. doctors said given Warmbierís young age his severe brain injury was most likely caused by cardiopulmonary arrest cutting the blood supply to the brain



    Video reveals brutal torture methods of North Korean regime

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    That's fooking horrible.

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    ^ yeah, and in the NZ Herald today a story about bad safety at Nork nuclear weapons places. Along with the plethora of other stories demonising NK, from defectors, to soldiers having worms and hepatitus, to orphans, to uncared for homeless old people, to unused buildings. Slowly, Western media is preparing the public to welcome the eventual attack on NK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    Slowly, Western media is preparing the public to welcome the eventual attack on NK.
    What a load of BS. Clearly anyone who makes a statement like this is not aware of the tactical/strategic situation on the Korean peninsula. Attacking NK is not possible without Seoul getting turned into glass. There will never be a preemptive attack on NK. To suggest otherwise is just tinfoil tomfoolery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    What a load of BS. Clearly anyone who makes a statement like this is not aware of the tactical/strategic situation on the Korean peninsula. Attacking NK is not possible without Seoul getting turned into glass. There will never be a preemptive attack on NK. To suggest otherwise is just tinfoil tomfoolery.
    There is undeniably an increase in the media of demonising stories, mainly of the humanitarian sort. Just like, if you recall, before WOMD in Iraq, for the Afghan invasion most of the stories softening up the public were of the humanitarian sort; Taliban beating women, orphans (that's always a good one) starving, old people begging on the streets....oh wait...we have exactly the same sort of stories, only this time the WOMD stories came first.
    Somethings going to happen. The MO of the media printing what it's suggested they print is exactly the same.
    Same thing happens with Palestine. As soon as you read several diverse stories about how bad the Palestinains are, how corrupt, how incompetant, and how much Israelis are suffering, there will be another village bulldozed to make way for a settlement.


    So Mr Strategic Tactician, are you saying it's impossible to take out NK's rocket bases and launchers in a sudden surgical strike?
    If it was to happen, (and I say it could...it's only diplomacy with China stopping Trump at the moment) and with a huge collateral damage on NK civilians, all this softening up, this getting a subliminal hate going on in the public's mind, will have been neccessary. It's pre-emptively getting public approval.

    It's not tinfoil stuff. I'm not convinced it will happen, but from the media trends, I tend to think it might.

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    ^^^, Almost forgot. Last week in the NZ Herald was a story, complete with a map with blast radius circles depicting various degrees of damage, outlining how many hundred thousand Aucklanders will die if NK shot a missile at Auckland.
    I bet there have been like stories in US west coast city papers.

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    "They" started filming right after her head was smashed on that wall.

    Anyway, what really is disgusting is China and lets face it Thailand who "repatriate" these people back.

    That's truly disgusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    There is undeniably an increase in the media of demonising stories, mainly of the humanitarian sort.
    I disagree. I have been following NK for many years as I am fascinated by it and have been for some time. The news and reports have been flowing all along it has just not been picked up by main stream media as much until now. So are you questioning whether or not this stuff really happens in the hermit kingdom? Because if you are you really have a tin foil hat on.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    So Mr Strategic Tactician, are you saying it's impossible to take out NK's rocket bases and launchers in a sudden surgical strike?
    Right sounds reasonable. Taking out 12,000 artillery pieces on the boarder many in hardened shelters. Even the US military is on record saying this is not possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    a huge collateral damage on NK civilians
    More likely South Koreans in Seoul who will die first.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    I bet there have been like stories in US west coast city papers.
    I live in Seattle and can't say I have noticed any of this not to say that it hasn't been mention somewhere just not an issue many are concerned with here. As someone who has studied the hermit kingdom for years I know that their reasons for acquiring nuclear weapons are no to actually use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    So are you questioning whether or not this stuff really happens
    No. But we all know how the media plays to certain songbooks. Chinese media have their spin, ME media, Western media, likewise, depending on the issue at hand.
    Late 1930's Germany had a particular spin on Jews, British papers had their spin on Germans and US papers their on Japanese.

    So it pays to take whatever Western media says on whatever subject with an open mind and perhaps a grain of salt.





    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Taking out 12,000 artillery pieces on the boarder
    When you said turning Seoul into glass, that usually implies nuclear attack. I think Jong Un's nuclear arsenal, if he has one, could indeed be surgically removed in one fast, heavy strike.



    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    More likely South Koreans in Seoul who will die first
    2nd. Of coure it will be Norks if NK is attacked first.
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    the hermit kingdom for years I know that their reasons for acquiring nuclear weapons are no to actually use them
    You can't know, but I agree with you, they're a deterrent and it's those that beat the drums of war (Trump) who try to make out that they're a threat.
    And Trump has been beating that drum...another indicator that something atrocious might occur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    When you said turning Seoul into glass, that usually implies nuclear attack.
    The order of war on the Korean peninsula has been well established for decades. The threat from NK is what it can do to Seoul in minutes with conventional weapons not nukes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    I think Jong Un's nuclear arsenal, if he has one, could indeed be surgically removed in one fast, heavy strike.
    Which would result in NK unleashing all its boarder artillery on Seoul potentially killing thousands. Which is why it won't happen. To take out NK's nuke arsenal they will start a full scale conventional war. This is why American generals are on record saying that there is no military solution in Korea only a diplomatic one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    And Trump has been beating that drum...another indicator that something atrocious might occur.
    Than that would be on Drumpf. NK will not preemptively use nukes unless we did something first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    NK will not preemptively use nukes unless we did something first.
    Of course. I think most thinking people know this.
    Perversely, the proof is in that Trump says they will

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