Take note of the following demonstrations, amongst other worldwide locations:
USA - December 8th: Hand delivery of letter to North Korean Mission to the United Nations, New York
December 9th: Prayer and Candlelight vigil for North Korean Human Rights, organized by the North Korea Freedom Coalition
UK - December 8th: Hand delivery of letter to North Korean Embassy, London
December 9th: Prayer and Candlelight vigil for North Korean Human Rights, organized by UK activists
Den Hague, Netherlands
December 9th: Presentation of evidence of Crimes against Humanity in North Korea, in front of the International Criminal Court
December 10th: The evidence will be submitted to the ICC Office
LETTER OF DEMANDS TO THE WORLDWIDE COMMUNITY:
We refuse to allow the North Korean Holocaust to continue any longer. Over 4,000,000 innocent North Koreans have been murdered by Kim Jong-Il’s regime since 1995, and an estimated 1,000,000 North Koreans have been murdered as a result of slave labor, rape, torture, starvation and execution in North Korea’s political concentration camps. The very existence of these Concentration Camps makes the North Korean State illegal, illegitimate, and criminal, and demands the immediate intervention of the International Community.
Our demands, based upon the foundation of International Law and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are as follows:
1) The immediate and total liberation of all North Korean Political Concentration Camps
2) Compensation and re-imbursement to all North Korean victims of slavery, starvation, torture, all concentration camp survivors and North Korean people for immeasurable loss and suffering
3) The immediate stepping down from power of Kim Jong-Il and North Korea’s leaders
4) Through the guidance and oversight of a Coalition of North Korean Refugee Leaders, in partnership with President Lee Myung Bak and the International Community, we demand the liberation and rebuilding of North Korea upon the foundation of ensuring and guaranteeing without fail the human rights and safety of very North Korean individual according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Law, which was composed to prevent the atrocities of Nazi Germany from ever occurring again.