I don’t know how else to describe this report from Military.com.
The former military captain says it was in the early 1990s, that he watched his then commander wrestle with giving up his 12-year-old daughter who was mentally ill.
The commander, he says, initially resisted, but after mounting pressure from his military superiors, he gave in.
Im watched as the girl was taken away. She was never seen again.
One of Im’s own men later gave him an eyewitness account of human-testing.
Asked to guard a secret facility on an island off North Korea’s west coast, Im says the soldier saw a number of people forced into a glass chamber.
"Poisonous gas was injected in," Im says. "He watched doctors time how long it took for them to die."
Too often the world looks back on the evil of the Holocaust and mouths that famous phrase: “Never again.”
It happens every day. It happens in Darfur. It happens in China. It happens in North Korea.
And the United Nations, that symbol of hope and unity for every blinkered Western leftist, does nothing.
When North Korea eventually falls, I suspect the horrors will rival that of the Holocaust.
And the world did nothing.