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The link is there.
The story is fucking brutal.
And it does not paint North Korea in a good light, so you won't like it.
I am so grateful for part 2 of that story. I had to stop reading part one and take a little break.
What an amazingly strong young woman!
katiek2 said: I'm sure you have much more credible info than the people who actually lived through the liberation of Korea from the Japanese, the division of Korea into North and South Korea, the establishment of a communist government in North Korea and a democratic republic in South Korea and the aftermath of such actions.
All those people want the boot taken off their neck and Korea allowed to re-unify.
All except the collaborator class imposed on South Korea by the most astounding genocide.
Tell me, what is US (or other western) policy on getting re-unification without massive blood-shed?
I've asked this of a variety of people and the only answer I'm getting is that the leadership of North Korea must be decapitated and Koreans treated like Iraqis and Libyans. Or worse, millions and millions of dead immediately or in the chaos that follows.
And they say this when it appears to me that the Kaesong Industrial Park enterprise led straight to re-unification without bloodshed.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said: The story is fucking brutal. And it does not paint North Korea in a good light, so you won't like it.
Why should I accept the conclusion that the world masters in lying propaganda want me to take away?
Especially when the problems of poverty and despotism are entirely what the US created and have sought to continue?
It is a young girl's first hand experience of living and trying to leave North Korea.
I dare you to read it.
Without judgement and with an open mind.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
North Korea says it won't meet with the United States for more sickening negotiations unless Washington abandons its hostile policy regarding Pyongyang.
Forced to negotiate with a gun held to their head.
No longer have to accept that. Or so it would appear.