Escape from a North Korean Prison Camp

The question has been asked many times: "Why didn't the Allies bomb the death camps or at least the railway lines leading to Auschwitz?"  According to classified papers released in 1978, American and British governments knew what was happening to the Jews in Europe and ignored the pleas of rabbis and others to destroy the Nazis' means of transporting Jews to their deaths.  The Allies were already bombing within a mile of the camp at the time, and yet nothing was done to stop the daily incineration of 20,000 people at Auschwitz.  Tragically, fighter pilots with excess, unused bombs from nearby bombing sorties dumped them into the North Sea to lighten their return trip. Today, a similar situation exists in North Korea.  Thanks to satellite images and eyewitness accounts, we know that approximately 200,000 men, women, and children are enduring enslavement, starvation, and torture in that country's gulags.  Few survivors are ever released, and only one who was...(Read Full Article)