In the book Mig pilot when Viktor Belenko came to the U.S. he wanted to see if the country was full of poor people ruled by gangsters as he had been told all his life. So he asked his handlers if he could go to a grocery store. They took him to the nearest one (in D.C.) and he saw food, fresh meat, etc. like nothing he'd ever seen in the USSR. So he thought ' well this is a show store for tourists ' So he asked to go to another store. So after several stores he finally asked to go to one in the worst neighborhood. There he saw what he expected : thugs, the very poor...But even there was lots of food, bread , fresh meat and nobody was shoving or fighting to get it......we don't know what we got....it's a good book by the way...
posted on 07/19/2013 7:51:43 AM PDT
( ... """" Will ye no come back again;."''''''')
The Aquariums of P yon-Yang is the same type of read when it comes to grocery stores.
posted on 07/19/2013 7:58:00 AM PDT
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......we don't know what we got....it's a good book by the way...
I got an early copy from' the Conservative Book Club, and I thought: "this should be required high school reading".
Remember after his doubt about the stores, Belenko asked to see a carrier (thinking "there's no way") and when they gave him the Full Cleveland, he knew everything was genuine.
posted on 08/17/2013 6:00:59 PM PDT
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