reply to post by CALGARIAN
CALGARIAN, I want to thank you for posting this video, I watched the enitre thing. Mr Dresnok is an interesting Man. I can't believe that I have
never heard about him, or about the other 3 who defected. I have mixed feelings about him. My first were dominated by an understanding of his personal
situation, but then I noticed his eyes and realized that he was not being 100% truthful.
Of course that is just my opinion, but I feel that what he has had to carry inside himself all of these years has been very heavy, and would be for
any human being in the same scenario. He was far from honest, not that I doubt that The North Koreans did not treat him well, it's just that I
believe that he spent most of his life wishing that he could return to The USA. Sure, he can claim that he's fine with his choices, but anyone with a
brain can recognize that he surely is not.
Then Jenkins, the 4th to defect, his account of living in North Korea did influence me a bit, but at the same time I believe that he was not being
100% truthful either. I mean, once he returned to Japan, what else could the Man say? Plus, he was clearly trying to reduce his sentence, which nobody
can blame the guy for doing. I do believe that when he first defected and ended up being connected with the other 3 that he most likely did try to
take the dominant position within the 4 Americans. Is that a good or bad thing? I have no idea. Shall we judge that Man on that power grab if so or if
not? That's such a small matter in the grand scale of this story, So no.
One thing that did throw up some red flags for me was about what Dresnok had to say about Jenkins personally, and his comments about Jenkins kidnapped
Japanese wife. Dresnok mentioned how one time when he was dancing with Jenkins Japanese wife, that he slipped his finger's down her skirt, but "just
a few inches", and that Jenkins noticed this.
Then Dresnok goes on to say that from that day on, He no longer spent time with the Jenkins family. He even acted as if he had no idea why he was no
longer invited over to share their company. Well, that right there tells me that Dresnok was a self centered creep. What kind of Man would do that in
a situation such as theirs, or in everyday life period, Then to go on and gloat about it in this documentary? I don't know, but what I do know is
that I did not like his perverted comments about Jenkins wife. That says a lot about a Man's character, without a doubt concerning a Man from that
era where talk like that was unheard of.
And finally again, Jenkins himself is a bit of an opportunist, but I find it very hard to blame him for that. He only got 30 days! So the Man did his
work well. I wish that they focused a little more on the other two Americans who fled to North Korea, but for the most part it was a really good
I would like to finish off with this. I wonder why the North Koreans kidnapped a Japanese women in order for her to marry Jenkins? Did they want to
mix an Anglo Male with a Japanese Women, and for what reason? Why not have him just marry a Korean female? I understand that the North Koreans are
very big into preserving their race, but it still makes no sense. After all, The Japanese are the stronger ancient Koreans that sailed across the Sea
to inhabit The Japanese Islands and mainland. Or some say that's the case. It's another debate.
I also noticed within the video how the North Koreans deplicted American soldiers dying while an American Jew was sitting under them collecting money
(dollar $ signs). They showed this a few times. I found that propaganda interesting. Considering that Kim Jong iL, Kim Jong Un's now deceased Father,
was born in Bolshevik Russia!
It's something to consider. I have always thought that Red China controlled North Korea as a Puppet state, but after finding out that Kim Jong iL was
born in Russia, I now realize that KiM Jong Un has two puppet masters controlling his strings which makes everything concerning this international
crisis twice as dangerous my ATS friends. ~$heopleNation