NORTH KOREA: MILLIONS OF PEOPLE DIE OF HUNGER NOT BECAUSE OF THE FAMINE BUT FOR THE POLICIES OF EXTERMINATION FOR HUNGER OF THE GENOCIDAL REGIME OF PYONGYANG.


Rome, 28 April, 1999. According to the United Nations' World Food Programme, the situation in the North Korea has already reached apocalyptical dimensions. The food supplies with whose the UN feeds almost seven millions of people are already finished and millions of people survive eating only corn, plants or the little that they can find in the desert fields.
If on the one hand occurs that the member governments of the United Nations respond to the appeal of WFP to increase the budget contribution up to 260 millions of dollars necessary to face this dramatic situation, on the other hand the same governments have to realize that the genocide under way is a clear product of the national-stalinist regime in power for 50 years in Pyongyang. A regime which spends its own money for nuclear armaments and for Farao-style autocelebrations. A regime which would not be able to survive without the support of the People's Republic of China. A regime which the democratic countries have to stop with all the means on their disposal, asking the United Nations to put it under international supervision.