North Korean Cheerleaders are used as Sex Slaves
North Korean Cheerleaders are used as Sex Slaves. Kim Jong Un and other political leaders use them as a sex toy and play with them. North Korean Cheerleaders are selected for their beauties.
Posted 1 year ago in International, updated 1 year ago.
North Korea’s “Army of Beauties”, where 229-strong-all-female cheerleading team, dancing, and singing in perfect unison are used as ‘sex slaves’ by North Korean’s political elite.It all began with winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, cheerleaders who became a viral sensation for their synchronized moves and smiles are forced to have sex with Kim Jong Un. The Olympic host is said to provide sexual services to the Worker’s Party of Korea, they had to go to parties and provide sexual services, that sort of pain they had to suffer. They went to central Politburo party’s events and had to sleep with men there, even if they don’t know and want to. They were pressurized to perform sexual activities for the entertainment of powerful political leaders and Kim Jong Un.
It might seem like a fancy show on the outside but in reality, these women are under constant surveillance and are forbidden from interacting with anyone other than their male minders, moving from the event to the dining room and into bed, away two-by-two.They are asked to strip down in front of these powerful leaders and allow them to play with their bodies, these sorts of human-rights infringements take place, where women have to follow what they are told to do with their bodies. Even the athletes and coaches are slaves to Kim Jong Un and to the North Korean regime. Because in North Korea, Kim Jong Un, and the regime is the entire world.
The International Olympic Committee, for its part,has been complicit in allowing this type of propaganda with lack of freedom given to the cheerleaders, using them as exact as puppets making them sing, dance and also serve Kim Jong Un and leaders of other political parties, with their no power, rights and money these cheerleaders act as ‘pleasant leaders’.