The US mainstream’s media long love affair with totalitarian dictators (it stretches back to at least Stalin) and dictatorships continues. From Jon Hall at fmshooter.com:
Over the weekend, CNN turned heads in their direction yet again – this time after praising none other than Kim Jong Un’s sister.
CNN’s article opens with a cringe-inducing reference to “diplomacy” – which would be funny if it weren’t so sad…
If “diplomatic dance” were an event at the Winter Olympics, Kim Jong Un’s younger sister [Kim Yo Jong] would be favored to win gold…
Nothing about North Korea is diplomatic, lest they forgot the fact that it’s run by a dictator. The only off-hand mention they make to Kim Jong Un’s totalitarian regime is near the beginning of the piece:
But as North Korea’s brutal dictator, Kim’s brother has ruled with an iron fist since coming to power, operating Nazi-style prison camps, repressing political opposition and even executing senior officers and his own family members in an effort to consolidate power.
Otherwise, CNN’s article is a literal puff piece for North Korea’s regime. It chronicles Kim Yo Jong’s rise to power in the North Korean government as if it’s something to be proud of and even compares her to Ivanka Trump.
If CNN is so hungry for comparisons, let’s dive right in…
For instance, let’s recollect the time they nearly doxxed someone’s anonymous identity for daring to post a humorous gif online… As I reported in July of 2017:
Purportedly – according to Fraud News Network (or CNN) – Reddit user, “HanAssholeSolo” posted the WWE Trump/CNN gif to The_Donald subreddit. Therefore, because he spread this heinous and destestable gif; doxxing him is justifiable. Wait, he apologized and showed remorse for his actions. CNN won’t identify him but “reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change.”
The definition of blackmail is as follows:
“The use of threats or the manipulation of someone’s feelings to force them to do something.”
The infamous gif in question.