posted on Dec, 15 2014 @ 06:25 AM
a reply to: starwarsisreal
First of all, any conspiracy theorist worth a God damn, knows that the only way to be in a worse place from a human rights perspective, than being in
an allegedly free country with a hyperactive surveillance culture, is to be in a country which is ruled by an overtly evil and dangerous set of
At least in the "free" world, there is the pretense of freedom, as opposed to in North Korea, where the only free choice one has is which of ones
starving comrades will be first in the cook pot when the rice and corn runs out...again...
So, no conspiracy theorist worth his salt would EVER end up in North Korea, for any reason. Second, if this man had any respect or concern for the
well being of freedom as a concept, then he would not make his case for it, and against the US government, from a platform in a blatantly repressive
regime like that of North Korea. No one standing on the soil of that nation has any business trying to educate others on the meaning of freedom,
tolerance, equality or any other concern that people might have with the US government, or any other government for that matter.
He should not have built his platform on sand, and like sand, it WILL fall away under him. It has already rendered his sentiments moot.