North Korean defector describes 'life of hell' for Christians | Fox News
He described Ji's incredible story of suffering and perseverance, adding, "Your great sacrifice is an inspiration to us all. The young man stood up and raised above his head the handmade crutches he used when he escaped North Korea in Ji answered that he would tell the Communist leader, "In the land I lived in, you could choose life or death.
I chose to live in a land of freedom. Enjeti also asked Ji about the crutches, and what they mean to him. In , Ji was on a train trying to steal some coal to trade for food. A decade later, Ji and his brother made a daring escape across the Tumen River into China.
North Korea Defector Calls Communism ‘Hell’
From there, he was sent to South Korea and reunited with his mother and sister, who had escaped there earlier. When he returned, the North Korean authorities tortured him and wanted to know if he had met any Christians. Ji's father died after a failed attempt to escape North Korea. Authorities tortured him severely, and he died from his injuries a few days later.
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There are cases where they are shot dead in front of the Chinese official who sent them back. South Korea protects North Korean escapees as refugees because they know exactly what happens to the deported men, women and children. The Korean National Human Rights Commission reports that a family of 5 detained by China all committed suicide the moment they realized they would be deported. It shows how much of a living hell North Korea is.
By deporting them, China is sending them straight back into hell. According to a article by South Korean newspaper, the Dong-a Ilbo, China was receiving timber and mineral resources in exchange for deporting defectors.
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In other words, China is deporting defectors for a pittance in profit. It has also been reported that Chinese citizens are reporting North Koreans who cross the border in exchange for government prize money. There are Chinese in border towns who are reporting on them for the money.
The Beijing government continues to deport North Korean defectors while knowing what frightening inhumane future awaits them. How then, does China try to justify their actions?
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The Beijing government does not recognize defectors as refugees worthy of protection, but continues to claim that they are illegal economic immigrants. The UN, among other organizations, has long been demanding China to cease doing this. In other words, refugee or not, it is forbidden to deport people to North Korea when we know there is torture going on inside its borders.