Thursday, October 27, 2011

Banned from North Korea for Life

North Korea once again shows why it is the world's most evil place, by banning the 200 North Koreans working in Libya from returning home. It seems the regime is afraid that they will spread the word that other wicked regimes have been overthrown by their own people:
An estimated 200 North Korean nationals are in Libya and previously worked as doctors, nurses and construction workers, according to South Korea's Yonhap news agency. They had been dispatched to the country in order to earn the hard currency that Pyongyang requires to fund its missile and nuclear weapons programmes. Yonhap reported that the North Korean nationals have been left in limbo, joining their compatriots who are stuck in Tunisia, Egypt and other countries with orders not to return home. North Korean media has so far failed to report that Gaddafi is dead. . . . The decision to ban its own nationals from returning indicates just how concerned the North Korean regime is of the news leaking out to its subjugated people.
I wonder how those people feel about being banned from North Korea? Sad? Relieved? Worried about the future?

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