You Know It’s Bad When a NORTH KOREAN DEFECTOR Says That US Similarities to NK Are “Insane”, by Daisy Luther

This makes for uncomfortable reading. The US is closer to off-the-deep-end totalitarianism than we think. From Daisy Luther at theorganicprepper.com:

We interrupt your regularly scheduled brainwashing for a dose of reality for a brave young woman who defected from North Korea in a brutal journey so she could be free. Eventually, she made it to the US to attend an Ivy League American school.

Yeonmi Park has seen firsthand where the United States is headed….and it’s straight to North Korea if we don’t make changes soon.

Propaganda in North Korea

Anyone who saw the movie “The Interview” recognized that under the farce there was a lot of truth. Kim Jong Un is a brutal dictator who will not allow citizens to access the internet or learn anything about critical thinking. The propaganda in North Korea is rampant – both anti-American and pro-North Korea.

For example, there’s a long-running cartoon shown to schoolchildren called “A Squirrel and Hedgehog.”

 

Yet we should not forget that films and cartoons in North Korea send an ideological message. Usually it is very simple: all the army, the party, and the people follow the unsurpassed leaders of Mount Paektu in their march from victory to victory against the mortal enemies of the Korean people willing that the wicked American imperialists, the evil Japanese claimants of territory, and their south Korean puppets suffer defeat-after-defeat, bringing ever closer the day when they will be erased from the face of the planet.

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One response to “You Know It’s Bad When a NORTH KOREAN DEFECTOR Says That US Similarities to NK Are “Insane”, by Daisy Luther

  1. Americans cultural tender spot, their desire to be liked, has been weaponised against them. What is crazy is Americans are liked. People can distinguish between a people and their government. (Brits tender spot is reticence in the face of BS from the higher-ups. Failure to respond looks like compliance, but we are slow burners).

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