Monday, June 28, 2010

$ 65 trillion owed to North Korea according to Kim Jong-Il

Reparations payments were an inseparable part of post-war recovery for centuries, and now North Korea’s Kim Jong-Il wants a piece of the pie. It was reported by the Australian Broadcasting Company that North Korea is demanding – not suggesting; demanding – that the United States pay nearly $ 65 trillion U.S. in reparations for “six decades of hostility.” To be precise, KCNA, the official state-controlled news agency of North Korea, reports that just compensation for the tribulations suffered since the division of the Korean peninsula in 1945 is $ 64.96 trillion.

Source for this article: America owes North Korea $ 65 trillion, says Kim Jong-Il by Personal Money Store

What is North Korea going to buy with $ 65 trillion?

Perhaps with $ 65 trillion North Korea will be able to afford better industry, not to mention sensitivity training to help smooth over their issues with human rights violations. While it is difficult to take accurate assessment of North Korea’s human rights issues, Wikipedia decided to indicate that Amnesty International has enough data to suggest that major sanctions against North Korea are warranted. The Korean War created a mass refugee exodus and divided some of the Korean families, which in turn led to food shortages. UN troop movement under U.S. leadership allegedly led to the near-collapse of society in North Korea. The nation wasn't supposed to last but did. The strife of war caused 750,000 divided families according to Korean Studies Review, a problem that continues to haunt that area in modern times.

Commemorating anniversary number 60

The Korean War occurred 60 years ago, and North Korea and Kim Jong-Il likely decided it was an opportune time to remind the world of what they claimed was 5 million North Koreans “dead, wounded, kidnapped or missing.” In addition, they claim that U.S. sanctions have made their economic recovery almost impossible. These sanctions date before North Korea’s first nuclear test in 2006, explains KCNA. None of this takes into account any of the suffering world sources show that North Korea inflicted upon its own people.

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Australian Broadcasting Company

abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/06/24/2936414.htm

Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_rights_in_North_Korea

Korean Studies Review

koreaweb.ws/ks/ksr/ksr06-04.htm

Visit North Korea:

youtube.com/watch?v=FJ6E3cShcVU



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