Skip to comments.North Korea’s ‘Mourners’: Dehumanized By Communism
Posted on 01/03/2012 2:49:43 PM PST by TigerLikesRooster
North Koreas Mourners: Dehumanized By Communism
Posted 12/28/2011 07:03 PM ET
Totalitarianism: The world witnessed a grotesque spectacle Tuesday as millions of North Koreans mourned the death of the world's most odious dictator. It's a classic demonstration of the dehumanization of communism.
In the free world, tears would never be shed for a monster like Kim Jong Il, the megalomaniac who ruled North Korea with an iron fist for 17 years, leaving a legacy of man-made famine, a network of Gulag prison camps for free thinkers, and bone-grinding poverty for workers unlike any other place on earth.
But in a reminder of what totalitarianism does to human minds, thousands of North Koreans mostly soldiers loudly wailed at the death of the tyrant known as dear leader. Its a reminder this nation remains an enemy state of highly damaged individuals who have no understanding of freedom, a worrisome thing in a nation of nuclear weapons and evil intentions.
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It was good read this. The left was making him sound like a nice guy and it was getting sickening.
I thought the leftist coverage was minimal. Perhaps because as Mark Levin pointed out, NK is everything the OWS idiots want, perfect equality in housing, education, nutrition, and no banks, corporations, rich . . .
I watched a few minutes of the procession through Pyongyang. Lots of spectators, none of whom had a weight problem.
“For all the communist capacity to manipulate images, theres reason to think the tears were real the wailing of a beaten dog at its cruel masters demise.”