Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Compare and contrast.

North Korea a “prison camp”? “Nothing could be further from the truth,” said Gareth Morgan back in September.

Now, it’s reported that North Korea has publicly executed 80 people for watching banned television programmes, including

in the eastern port of Wonsan, [where] the authorities gathered 10,000 people in a sports stadium to watch the execution of eight people by firing squad…

 Public executions on trumped-up charges are so common in the slave state, it’s clear North Korea has little interest in concealing what it is.

Unlike Gareth.

1 comment:

  1. Interesting how it is the New York Daily News - and not the New York Times - which ran the story; human life and morality not being high on the agenda of the left wing media.

    Perhaps someone should ring Morgan's office and ask for comment.


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