I just viewed t.v. show, in which N. Korean school children coached by their teacher, spoke of hate toward Americans: "Americans are Nazis, Bush is Hitler", "We will kill every last American", "Anne Frank is a loser", "There may be concentration camps in America", etc.
Instead of teaching God's children un-Godly lies, the DPRK's MAIN POINT and MISSION should be to SAVE North Korea's millions of STARVING CHILDREN! Also to disband the slave labor camps (concentration camps), and start treating people "humanely" (this means with a Godly love), as American government treats their own. N. Korea's present leader is opposite of 'dear', he needs to get a real, Godly heart, also to grow up! Americans have a long history of Christian missionary work around the world to this day, also the American government aids many countries around the world. It was the Americans who conquered the Nazis and saved the Jews from concentration camps in WWII....and Jews have done well in America ever since. We have not had concentration camps in America, ever. We are a free trade capitalistic country, where immigrants pour in hoping to live the American dream. N. Korea should tell thier kids the truth about their own country's famine and concentration camps of slave labor, how their prisoners are treated, and tell the real truth of Amercia!
Post by Comrade Ixabert on Apr 20, 2004 1:18:19 GMT -5
Famine? There was a famine in the DPRK in the late nineties, brought about by massive floods and natural disasters, and worsened by the economic blockade. The droughts hit at critical stages in the crop cycle (e.g. planting, pollination/flowering). Another constraint was inadequate electricity and fuel; their water delivery system was inadequate as a result, making it impossible for farms to reserve and deliver sufficient supplies of water. These factors greatly hindered rice and maize productivity and production. There were also huge shortages of fertilisers and other essential agro-chemicals. Unfavourable rainful and water availability also adversely affected the production of paddies, patatoes, and barley. And although the droughts affected parts of China and the Middle East, nonetheless they hit the DPRK the worst, for the DPRK can only produce food during one season of the year (June to October). The DPRK, moreover, has difficulty importing food, and therefore had to rely on assistance from the international community, on which it had relied for over half a decade. However, the assistance did not meet what was required to maintain agriculture and food production. Such was one the conclusions of the FAO/WFP Crop and Food Supply Assessment Mission to DPRK report (see www.reliefweb.int/w/rwb.nsf/480fa8736b88bbc3c12564f6004c8ad5/60011ab750aaa541c12569990047e559?OpenDocument ). In spite of this, the US, intent upon starving the people of the DPRK into submission, is still pressuring other countries to stop exporting food to the DPRK. (They are still suffering from shortages.)
Slave labour camps? There aren't any in North Korea. Don't believe everything you see on CNN.
:D Hi there, I am Natasha 24 years old .I am Asian and I born in America;My parent are born in Hong kong. I like South Korea & North Korea. I hope N. Korean TEXT N. Korean don't be mistake of American. We American Love North Korean too, we want to help,