President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un may have finally established a good relationship over the past few years, but that doesn't mean Kim Jong Un has become any less of a tyrannical leader and evil human being.

One North Korean's mother is now facing some serious jail time and hard labor after she saved her two children from a house fire.

It's not that she saved the children that has her facing jail time, it's what she didn't save that is warranting the punishment.

In North Korea, all homes are required to have photographs of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il and they are to be considered as just as valuable as a human life, more actually.

The mother didn't save the photos from the home so now she's being charged with whatever crime you want to call that.

According to Daily Mail,

The woman has been placed under investigation by the country's Ministry of State Security after a fire broke out in a home shared by two families in Onsong County, North Hamgyong Province, close to the Chinese border.

Both sets of parents were out at the time the fire started, but raced back to save their families after seeing smoke. In the process, one set of portraits was destroyed.

North Korea demands that every home display paintings of its past leaders, Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il, and sends inspectors to ensure that they do.

According to the Hermit Kingdom's laws, all depictions of the Kim family must be treated with the same reverence as the men themselves - meaning failure to care for the portraits properly is a serious crime.

If found guilty, the mother is facing a lengthy prison sentence with hard labour.

Evil people do evil things, and when you elevate yourself to the status of a god, then you're going to treat everyone else like they're worthless, which is precisely what all the Kims have done.

The saved her children who are irreplaceable, yet she's facing jail time over something that is easily and cheaply replaceable.

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