Thursday, January 31, 2013

Starvation Nation Invites Families For Dinner

A famine in at least two North Korean farming regions has killed up to 10,000 people and there're fears of rising cannibalism! One starving man has been executed after murdering his two children for food.
This is just one of many horrendous stories, as locals battle starvation after severe droughts, and food shortages were compounded by party officials confiscating food.
"There's NO poverty! Just look
at tonight's dinner party menu!"
Democratic People's Republic of Korea leader and fat boy Kim Jong Un has recently spent vast sums of money on two rocket launches, despite reports of desperate food shortages and thousands of famine deaths.
Undercover reporters say one man dug up his grandchild's corpse and ate it. Another, boiled his own child for food. One informant said: "In my village a man killed his own two children and tried to eat them. He was executed by a firing squad." The informant said the father killed his eldest daughter while his wife was away on business, and then killed his son because he had witnessed the murder. When his wife returned, the man told her they had 'meat' but she became suspicious and contacted officials who discovered part of the children's bodies.
There're reports that food has been confiscated from the farmers and given to the residents of the capital Pyongyang. UN officials visited the area during a state-sponsored trip but it's unlikely they were shown the famine-hit areas.
It's not the first time reports of cannibalism have come out of DPRK. In May last year, the South Korean state-run Korean Institute for National Unification said one man was executed after eating part of a colleague and then trying to sell the remains as mutton. One man killed and ate a girl, and a third report of cannibalism was recorded from 2011.Another man was executed last May after murdering 11 people and selling the bodies as pork. There were also reports of cannibalism in the country's vast network of prison camps.
DPRK was hit by a terrible famine between 1994 and1998 - known as the "Arduous March" - which killed between 240K and 3.5million people.
Yet Fat Boy is still talking about another wasteful missile launch...

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