You argue that KCNA and NDFSK deny these allegations and you try to tell me that you think Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the United Nations are not independent and trustworthy.
- KCNA and NDFSK only tell positive news about the DPRK. Why should they ever admit human rights abuses in the DPRK?
- Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the United Nations (and there are many other organisations) criticize human rights abuses in all countries of the world.
For me Amnesty International and the United Nations are more trustworthy than KCNA and NDFSK.
So my question still remains:
Why does the DPRK not allow Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, the United Nations, the European Union, Christian Churches or similar organisations to visit the prison camps as described by North Korean refugees?
This is nothing to do whether anyone has any right to demand such a camp visit. The DPRK could allow this anyway to demonstrate that they respect human rights.
I found only one single answer to my question: The DPRK must hide a horrible truth about what is going on in Yodok and Haengyong and other prison camps. I would be more than happy if this could be proven false.
So my conclusion until Amnesty International and the United Nations inspect the DPRK prison camps is that the horrible reports are true. And then your praise of the humanity of Kim Jong Il has no basis. Humanity would mean to release the prisoners, including many Christians and even children. Prior to this Kim Jong Il's anti-imperialist struggle has no credibility.
Anyway your previous response shows that all you know about the DPRK is just some ideological instructions that you repeat again and again. Do you know about Yodok and Haengyong? Do you know why people are deported there? Do you know why North Korean people flee to China? Do you know about the life of the North Korean workers? I suspect most likely you would even have trouble to find North Korea on a map.
If you love the North Korean people, you would feel sympathy with the innocent victims in Yodok and Haengyong.