posted on Apr, 6 2013 @ 06:22 AM
Originally posted by kwakakev
Unfortunately this type of reporting does remind me very much of the media campaigns against Saddam Hussein and Gaddafi before the military campaigns
kicked of to help build public support. How is the media in your country showing these events?
It is very easy and "convenient" to sit in rich Europe or the US and think about whether OUR media might *maybe* not report accurately and with a
certain bias. Sadly, people in NK do not have that chance, there exists no free flow of information.
As someone who used to live in Germany with 1st hand experience of a similar regime just across our border (former Eastern Germany) I am pretty
confident and know that "our side of the coin" is the right one. I know how those regimes work and I can estimate how those people are brainwashed and
controlled, what drives and keeps alive their despotic leadership.
All you need to get an impression about the insanity of their regime is check out some of their state controlled websites, that's all it takes. It
quickly becomes clear that the leadership are insane, in the same way as the former Eastern German regime was insane and in the same way as similar
regimes around the world are insane. It's the same thing. Check the former eastern European regimes, BEFORE it all collapsed.
I don't need to ponder whether we are "right" or "wrong" and this also includes how our media portraits things.
NK is a #hole with a #head as a leader who is responsible for the misery of 25M people, there is nothing to argue about this.
edit on 6-4-2013
by flexy123 because: (no reason given)