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North Korean Genocide

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Ayden Packard

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North Korean Genocide
By: Ayden Packard
The date the North Korean Genocide started on January 14, 2013
This is the Date North Korea Changed
The Genocide occurred in North Korea
This is Where it all Happened and is Still Happening
The group being targeted is North Korea by North Korea
The Group being targeted
Videos
Responsible for Genocide
North Korea was the one performing the genocide killing their own people and the leader of North Korea is Kim Jung-un since 2011
Why it Happened
It happened and is still happening because North Korea felt that christians and other religions are a threat and didn't want you to believe in any god he wanted you to think he was the god
7 facts
Millions of people in North Korea suffer extreme forms of repression and violations
North Korea would send guards to college to learn that beating and killing is an everyday affair
Before the division of Korea North Korea was considered to be the center of Christianity
About one-third of the over 200,000 innocent humans in North Korea's camps are children condemned as guilty-by-association according to Kim Il Sung's 1972 proclamation
Only military and government officials can own motorized vehicles
North Koreans must abide by one of 28 approved haircuts, unmarried woman have to have short hair but married woman have many more options
The border between South Korea and North Korea is one of the most militarized borders in the world
Other Facts
Pot is Legal in North Korea
North Korea Bases it's calender on Kim Il-Sungs date of birth which is April 15,1912
The country holds elections every 5 years but they hand out ballots with only one option on them
There are almost no working traffic lights in North Korea
North Korea has the Worlds largest stadium. It is called The Rungnado May Day Stadium and it holds 150,000 seats and houses the extravagant Mass Games.
North Korea has a three generations of punishment rule. If one person violates a law or is sent to prison camps, it affects there whole family and there family has to go work with them
Accordions were a big deal all teachers were required to learn how to play accordions
There is a fake propaganda city near the South Korean border. As a way to intimidate South Korea and put on a front, Kijong-Dong was built after the Korean war
North Korea's constitution is available for anyone to read
Kim Jong-Il kidnapped a director to create acclaimed North Korean films
Sources
https://www.buzzfeed.com/candacelowry/surprising-facts-you-may-not-know-about-north-korea?utm_term=.vhZ22Dddv#.mfzMMzvvL
http://www.usatoday.com/
http://www.harvard.edu/
http://worldwithoutgenocide.org/
Thank You for watching and listening
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