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Seafood products processed by North Korean workers in China have found their way into major U.S. stores, such as Walmart and Aldi, according to a recent report from The Associated Press.
The workers, outsourced to Chinese factories by the North Korean government, receive only a fraction of their salary, as Pyongyang despot Kim Jong Un takes as much as 70 percent of their earnings to fund his dictatorship, including his increasingly unsteady nuclear program.
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This means Americans who have bought salmon from Walmart or Aldi may have inadvertently funded North Korea’s nuclear weapon program.
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Some of the seafood comes in generic packaging that allows it to be resold or repackaged under various names or purchased by restaurants. Some comes “prepackaged from China bearing the Walmart brand or an Aldi house brand called Sea Queen,” according to Eater.
The purchases also allow a form of “modern day slavery” to continue, as the North Korean workers are essentially enslaved. They sleep on metal bunk beds in dormitories, have zero privacy, must travel to the factory in pairs or groups, cannot...
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