Wednesday, 14 February 2007

Non-nuclear aid is propping up a slave state

DAILY TELEGRAPH (UK): North Korea to "end nuclear programme"
North Korea has promised to wind down its nuclear programme in return for a package of international aid and the normalisation of relations with America.
Comments Liberty Scott,
Unless it can be verified, this deal is nothing more than a way to prop up a slave state, a slave state that gets little criticism or protests from those who claim to give a damn about human rights.
I doubt you'll see this "diplomatic success" described so bluntly elsewhere. But it's true, isn't it.

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