Buddha Patriot

A Classically Liberal Neoconservative Tibetan Buddhist from the Midwest

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Republicans do not talk like this - film on North Korea

Today I find that a local nonprofit is showing:

North_Korea:_Beyond_the_DMZ (2003,
56 min.) The tiny Democratic People's Republic of Korea is continually demonized
in America, but what is life really [!!!] like there?

Well, you could start with "Worse_than_1984" . . . or just look up the Wikipedia_article.
The story of a young Korean-American woman visiting relatives in the DPRK and
interviews with ordinary people and scholars illuminate how North Koreans
view the fall of Soviet communism, natural disasters that have brought
famine and power shortages, and their country's dangerously hostile
relationship with the U.S.
Shheeesshhh. . . I'm in favor of Mexican immigration, neutral on a number of social issues, and I can barely look at a @#* Democrat . . .

1 Comments:

Blogger Roy said...

btw, have you seen "North Korea: A Day in the Life" It is a really fascinating film, I would be interested in eeing this one too. The thing about movies like this is that the are often far more revealing than a non censored film.

Saturday, April 28, 2007  

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