How a voice from a North Korean gulag affected human rights discourse By Madison Park

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2 thoughts on “How a voice from a North Korean gulag affected human rights discourse By Madison Park

  1. amoyer2013 May 10, 2013 at 11:34 am Reply

    This is all the more reason for people in America to support Christianity. I have studied countless nations, and the ones without Christianity are often the most heinous and torturous. Americans are coming under attack more and more for Christian beliefs.

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  2. Renard Moreau May 10, 2013 at 11:46 am Reply

    [ Smiles ] Wow! You have made quite a risky comment and you could get ridiculed by others for making such a statement.

    Anyway, I am most appreciative of your input.

    Although Christianity has a part to play in all of this, the issue stems from a lack of spiritual values and the hatred toward their fellowmen.

    For the record, all religions have a positive part to play.

    I would also like to wish you and your loved ones a very safe and enjoyable weekend!

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