OVERVIEW OF: North Korean Prisoners Used as Fertilizers After Kim Jong-un Worked Them to Death
North Korean are been worked to death br Kim Jong-un and made into 'Human Fertilizers', a chilling news report claims itizens caught trying to flee.
The authouritarian state are reportedly forced to rear pigs to feed the tubby tyrants and his henchmen in 21st century gulags.
Harrowing satelite images are said to reveal mass graves at cruel labour camps used to fertilise soils for priced flowers.The report by the Human Rights Commitee in North Korea (HRNK) claims to show a rapid growing secret labour camp 30 miles east of capital Pyongyang.
The Chungsan No 11 Detention Facility is said to enslave hungry refugees caught trying to escape the hermit state.
It is part of the Kwan-li-so political prison system which UN as described as resembling "tha horrors of camps that totalitarian states establish during the twentieth century".Inmates who were released and managed to flee the country have described the grotesque conditions of at least 2,000 political prisoners in the report.
HRNK executive director Greg Scarlatoiu said: "The very presence of secret burial grounds and crematoria at camps scattered throughout the country indicates that the authorities assume and expect a high death rate in detention.
"Just like the Soviet gulag, a camp such as No 11 amalgamates economic exploitation of prisoners with the lethal nexus of forced labor and induced malnutrition.
"Seventy-two years after the Kim regime assumed power — and 67 years after the death of Stalin — its cruelty is on par with the worst of Stalinist punitive practices."
Most of the pigs raised in the camp were said to be "exclusively used to feed the privileged classes within the capital city of Pyongyang”.
HRNK Senior Satellite Imagery Analyst and principal report author Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr. said: "The Chŭngsan No 11 Detention Facility is unique among North Korea’s notorious prisons not only for its length of service but for a combination of its dispersed organization, and the reportedly high death rate due to malnutrition and brutality.