I’ve been encouraged about the direction of the movement to publicize the plight of the North Korean people since the KCC and its leader, Sam Kim, threw their weight behind it. They’re bringing much-needed money, manpower, organization, and clout to the fight, and now they’ve launched a modest ad campaign in Korean-language media:
I can’t wait to see how the Chinese netizens react to this. It’s probably true — though not necessarily helpful to their cause — that the image of the firing squad probably depicts Chinese police shooting a Chinese woman. Still, this is what is needed. Publicity begets enthusiasm, numbers, contributions, and more publicity. KCC’s newsletter also has some great images of protests at Chinese consulates throughout the United States, along with images and descriptions of the now-infamous Chinese riot in Seoul:
If you’re spiritually inclined — and perhaps, even if you’re not — you can join the KCC’s efforts here.