Starving North Koreans ‘are forced to eat their children’

Extinction Protocol

January 28, 2013 – NORTH KOREA – Hungry parents in North Korea have been caught eating their children to avoid starvation, according to reports. One father is said to have been executed by firing squad for killing his two kids for food. And it has sparked fears there could be further cases of cannibalism in the country.

The Sunday Times told how undercover reporters recorded several horror stories from inside the poverty-stricken nation. They included one man who dug up his grandchild’s corpse to eat and another who boiled his child and ate the flesh.  

Thousands of North Koreans are feared to be starving to death while their chubby leader Kim Jong-Un regularly dines on banquets. It is claimed that more than 10,000 people could have died from in the provinces south of the capital Pyongyang alone.

One informant in South Hwanghae, said: “In my village in May a man who killed his own two children and tried to eat them was executed by a firing squad.”

The informant told how the man even offered meat from his daughter and son to his wife when she returned from a business trip. He was arrested and sentenced to death after she informed the authorities and the children’s bodies were found.

The reports were originally compiled by Asia Press using “citizen journalists” working inside the country.  One official told them: “In a village in Chongdan county, a man who went mad with hunger boiled his own child, ate his flesh and was arrested.”

There is not enough food to go round the 24 million people who live in North Korea. Many face starvation because of grim conditions for food production including crippling droughts. But it is also under strict sanctions because of its nuclear ambitions. However just last week the defiant country outraged the world as it announced plans for a third nuclear missile test. –Sun

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6 thoughts on “Starving North Koreans ‘are forced to eat their children’

  1. I’m thinking this guy was just a crazy, delirious person who wanted to eat his kids and give them to his wife. Part of it had to do with starvation, but I think this guy might have been mentally ill to begin with. Of course, when you are starving to death, I’m sure mental illness eventually creeps in pretty quickly, too. Either way, this is inhumane and appalling.

    1. Yea NC, ya got to feel sorry for them. Just think NC, this could very well be the US before too many years continuing with how our country is being run by the crooks. P.S. I hope that that Dennis Rodmann knows about what his new best friend over there is about. Rodmann should be over there now imho.

      1. Hell, I think one of Rodman’s eyebrow rings would even be enough to feed a North Korean family for a week.

  2. The reason the powers that be temporarily/bankers/gloablists/rothchild zionists/whatever ya wanna call them… all this will continue is because they like it…I kid you not…Look at the havoc caused by the west/NATO in the middle east..I tell ya, straight fro my heart, I truly think there is a lucifer and a Jesus..I do not like john hagee, or any evangelist, I do not like what the owners of israel are doing, etc. so dont think I am some religious fanatic. I wont even go to a 501c3 church..I just search for truth and call it the way I see it.

    1. Israhell is infested with the descendants of the same Satanic vermin that inhabited it in Jesus’ day – the Pharisees. He told them that the kingdom of God WOULD be taken from them and given to a nation that would produce its fruit, and it has been – those who follow Christ.

      As for the article, this is despicable beyond belief.

  3. Don’t believe a word of it! N. Korea is too closely tied to China for any mass starvation to be allowed to persist. China is North Korea’s most important ally, biggest trading partner, and main source of food, arms, and fuel. China has helped sustain what is now Kim Jong-un’s regime, and has historically opposed harsh international economic sanctions in the hope of avoiding regime collapse and an uncontrolled influx of refugees across its eight hundred-mile border with North Korea.

    This is a propaganda piece. Anyone remember the piece the times ran about Saddam Hussein right before we declared war?

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