Camp 14. North Korean prisoner escapes from hell to South Korea. After experiencing ‘freedom’ he now wants to return to the camp he escaped from.

http://youtu.be/1dcu9hTzlbA

The effect of having your freedom totally removed, or in this case, never even experiencing freedom, might not be what you expect it’s going to be.  Hell on earth in a repressed prison camp was all he knew.  Yet he misses the simplicity of his earlier life, now he’s living with money and financial worries in South Korea.  

His hatred of his repression with beatings, torture and regular executions is exceeded by his hatred of the money system he now lives inside.  Fascinating documentary.  The guards and torturers who escaped from the camps have less desire to go back.  Their minds seem more disturbed by the experience than those who were tortured.  Karma at work.

It comes across as real or at least based on reality.  What do you think?  Is this real or manufactured?  

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3 Responses to “Camp 14. North Korean prisoner escapes from hell to South Korea. After experiencing ‘freedom’ he now wants to return to the camp he escaped from.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    i dont know about north korea, all we know is through the ziopropaganda of our own media
    we belived all the shit about Gaddafhi, about saddham Hussein, Gandhi, Napoleon Nasser Hitler etc
    and these all turned out to be nothing like as bad as we were told.

  2. Anonymous says:

    at least kids are safe there, as homosexulity is still banned

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