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Re: “Understanding North Korea

Thank you Ms. Wentz,

It’s great to hear voices from time to time that actually question the party line. As far as I could tell the folks at the Korea Policy Institute don’t have anything supportive to say about the North Korean government or Kim Jong IL, but only question what proper U.S. involvement in the country should be and they have a desire to talk openly about what the real history of our involvement there has been. That’s what people in a functioning democracy do. They question not just the small nuances of government policies but the real root issues. Ms. Ahn and others are merely following in the footsteps of many great Americans who have dissented and brought to the public viewpoints we don’t get from the corporate media.

The juvenile diatribes of Joshua Stanton are hardly worth mentioning except to say that he seems like he would actually be more comfortable in a dictatorship where he didn’t have to dirty his ears with the sound of anyone questioning the holy intentions of his leaders.

Posted by David Green on 11/07/2009 at 10:56 AM

Re: “Understanding North Korea

Thank you Ms. Wentz,

It’s great to hear voices from time to time that actually question the party line. As far as I could tell the folks at the Korea Policy Institute don’t have anything supportive to say about the North Korean government or Kim Jong IL, but only question what proper U.S. involvement in the country should be and they have a desire to talk openly about what the real history of our involvement there has been. That’s what people in a functioning democracy do. They question not just the small nuances of government policies but the real root issues. Ms. Ahn and others are merely following in the footsteps of many great Americans who have dissented and brought to the public viewpoints we don’t get from the corporate media.

The juvenile diatribes of Joshua Stanton are hardly worth mentioning except to say that he seems like he would actually be more comfortable in a dictatorship where he didn’t have to dirty his ears with the sound of anyone questioning the holy intentions of his leaders.

David Green

Posted by David Green on 11/07/2009 at 10:47 AM

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