Chilling Images From Inside The Mass Indoctrination of North Korean Children

Guest Post by Mara Zebest

The UK DailyMail provides detailed images and video of the indoctrinated North Korean youth. 

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DailyMail reports the following:

Chilling images from inside the mass indoctrination ceremonies where communist ‘cult’ leaders brainwash North Korea’s children

    • Youngsters aged seven to 13 inducted into Korean Children’s Union, a group likened to the Hitler Youth
    • Organisation pledges allegiance to warmongering dictator Kim Jong Un whom they refer to as ‘father’
    • Despot leader has previously described members as the ‘future masters of a most powerful country’
    • Ceremony held in a stadium in Pyongyang as North Korea presses ahead with ballistic missile launch

They are barely seven years old, but these glum-looking children are already being drafted into a tyrannical regime hellbent on waging nuclear war with the world.

Standing in arrow-straight rows, their faces are hardly the picture of happiness as they are forced to pledge their allegiance to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and call him ‘father’.

Troubling images of them being inducted into an organisation likened to the Hitler Youth emerged as their despot leader pressed ahead with plans to launch a ballistic missile, potentially with nuclear capabilities

Thousands gathered at the Kim Il Sung Stadium in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang today to watch the youngsters be sworn into the Korean Children’s Union, a political organisation for children aged seven to 13, in which they pledge to build up strength to defend their nation.

Retired military officers helped them tie on red scarves to help complete the ritual.

Read more here. One video posted below shows two children being interviewed after a ceremony. The subtitles display two children making almost identical talking points. Despite the positive words, there is clearly stress in their voices.

And who can forget the infamous bad acting and fake crying propaganda video posted after the death of Kim Jong-il? Similarities can be found between the two videos, even though one video is supposedly a happy occasion and the other a tragedy.

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