The Korean War Of North Korea Essay

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The Kim Dynasty began its reign of North Korea in 1948, shortly after the end of the Japanese control in 1945. Through three generations of Kim leaders they have maintained the same mentality to advance the revolution at the barrel of a gun. They have created themselves to be worshipped as heroes by their people and are addressed as their “Dear Leader”. Even those that are not considered to be brainwashed in such a way of thinking would not dare to challenge the idea. Through the Korean War, isolation from the rest of the global world and the devastating famine of the 1990’s, the Northern Koreans remain a repressed and bullied population. For a minor crime or simply by blood line you can be found in one of the many forced labor camps of that country or be traded with Russia or China as a slave worker there with the poorest of working conditions. North Korean concentration camps are a place of brutal torture, rape, abuse and murder for thousands of the Korean population. These horrific conditions and obvious disregard for human rights are continued to be enforced by Kim Jong-un, a third generation of iron fist leaders of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK).
The Korean peninsula was unified by the Shilla Dynasty in 668 A.D. During twelve centuries of independence the Korean people developed a strong sense of identity, distinct from China and Japan.
In 1910, Japan colonized Korea, ending their independence. Korean nationalist groups arose hoping to regain their…

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