Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Eighty North Koreans Publically Executed for Possessing Bibles, Watching Foreign Films, Etc.

Korea JongAng Daily has reported that eighty North Koreans were publicly executed on November 3.
Some 80 people were publicly executed earlier this month in seven cities in North Korea excluding Pyongyang, the first known large-scale public executions by the Kim Jong-un regime, the JoongAng Ilbo reported.

The executions occurred on Sunday, Nov. 3, according to a source familiar with internal affairs in the North who recently visited the country.

The people were executed for relatively light transgressions such as watching South Korean movies or distributing pornography. ...

In Wonsan, eight people were tied to a stakes at a local stadium, had their heads covered with white sacks and were shot with a machine gun, according to the source.

According to witnesses of the execution, the source said, Wonsan authorities gathered some 10,000 people, including children, at Shinpoong Stadium, which has a capacity of 30,000 people, and forced them to watch....

The Wonsan victims were mostly charged with watching or illegally trafficking South Korean videos, being involved in prostitution or being in possession of a Bible.

Accomplices or relatives of the executed people who were implicated in their alleged crimes were sent to prison camps. 
Oh what monstrosities! Once again the elites of North Korea inflict yet another atrocity upon their oppressed subjects just in order to maintain their power and control.  


  1. According to Bob Thiel those people killed for possessing and reading Bibles were not Church of God Christians., Their killing is therefore irrelevant.

  2. In fact, the situation is so bad over there that North Koreans frequently attempt to illegally cross the border into Red China. The Chinese catch and deport them, leading to even higher levels of inhumane imprisonment and treatment as reprisal. The Bibles are smuggled into North Korea at great peril to Christian activists. I can't imagine anyone from the Armstrong movement subjecting themselves to such danger in attempting to spread the gospel.


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    2. BB: weathering the weather there?! Agree : your "Armstrong movement" statement. I invite perusers/ users of this website to critically analyze your apology 'work' for the Nazis in WW2, over on James + your site! Be funny if not so innacurate + serious!

    3. I have no idea what "Gideon" is talking about. I hate what the Nazis did, and would never apologize for them. Could someone be trolling?