reply to post by purplemer
You are entirely deluded if you believe the North Korean populace gives a crap about who runs their banking.
They want to be fed, they want to work with dignity, and they want the ability to think freely, and to integrate with the world so as to become fully
human, experiencing the regular freedoms of life - instead of being trapped, frightened humans who live for the state, constantly brainwashed and
forced into the worship/fear of evil men & their control systems.
As things stand, they are just too damn terrified of, & powerless against, their psychotic dictatorial military/police state, to be capable of even
speaking out, let alone acting to overthrow the tyranny which crushes the collective soul of the people.
I'd rather live in Britain under a 'Rothschild Bank' (God will sort them out one day, if they are truly nefarious) than in Korea under a psychotic
cult leader, where even looking at the wrong person can result in tailing by a security services team, loss of job & reputation, loss of friends who
are too scared to be your friend any more, the rape of your wife, the abduction by the state of your children, imprisonment in forced labour camps, or
even torture/ death.
Have you seen the videos smuggled out of N. Korea, where the street kids are stealing scraps that fall from the plates of chubby soldiers, at the risk
of a beating or worse??? They are heart-rending, and obtained by truly self-sacrificial undercover journalists, often amateur, who simply want the
rest of the world to know the truth (at the risk of immediate arrest, torture & execution, probably without any form of trial - just a summary
execution order for spying..)
Probably also consider the testimony of ANYONE who has ever tried to enter North Korea as an official journalist - even when it is legal for them to
be there, having jumped through innumerable hoops to get the authorisation, their entire visit is a completely choreographed 'street theatre' of
interactions with secret police, military spies & terrified citizens, who have to play along and pretend they love their leader & his tyrannical
regime. The police/spies don't even hide, they simply stand around & follow, taking photographs & video-recording everything the foreigner does.
Nasty, soulless, evil regime, and I genuinely feel abject sorrow for the citizens (particularly the children) under the rule of such psychotic,
brutal, paranoid & unpredictable weirdos.