Absolute Moral Authority

Because plain old moral authority just wasn’t good enough — a mesablue production

Dear Leader has your number

Posted by mesablue on June 14, 2007

Next time you head to North Korea for a little R & R, leave your cell phone behind:

‘Executions of cell phone users up in N. Korea’

North Korea has increased its public executions against cell phone users and those who circulate outside information in the communist country, a South Korean government think tank said Thursday.

The phenomenon of executions of those who “circulate South Korean leaflets and sell videos and use cell phones are on the rise,” the South’s government-affiliated Korea Institute for National Unification think tank said in a white paper on the North’s human rights conditions. No exact figures were given.

North Koreans are officially banned from communicating with the outside world but some of them listen to foreign news and use cell phones through Chinese communication networks, according to North Korean defectors in South Korea. The use of cell phones in North Korea is banned though some are smuggled into the North by Chinese who have links with South Koreans.

Hey, Ted Turner, the next time you go visit your buddy — bring your cell phone.

Hell, bring two.


One Response to “Dear Leader has your number”

  1. carin said

    Now is a good time for North/South Korea re-unification. Let’s give those S. Korean students what they want – U.S. OUT NOW.


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