I wonder how much truth is in the satire...
Tue Sep 19, 2017 5:58pm

Does a significant portion of their population actually think about him in this way


I watched a story on North Korea recently where a journalist was interviewing apparently random teenagers on a beach. Not a one of them knew what Facebook was and when asked to describe an American, they described some ugly misshapen thing...they were surprised and uncomfortable when the journalist told them he was an American.

    • Probably someEx-News Junkie, Tue Sep 19 9:49pm
      Satire is a montage of ideas and symbols. But it is simplistic. My issue with the North Korea problem is that in 2003 Bush decided to invade Iraq on the suspicion that Saddam was developing WMD while ... more
      • History doesn't repeat itself. However...HeavyHemi, Tue Sep 19 10:18pm
        situations and outcomes do. There were quite a few voices who predicted the quagmire that wrecking the status quo in the ME would cause. The results of removing the stabilizing influence in the area... more
        • But then did the same thing in LibyaEx-News Junkie, Wed Sep 20 5:36pm
          What gives?
        • US used to havePikes, Wed Sep 20 10:42am
          a no response, no acknowledgment, no negotiation policy with terrorists. Best way to identify and corral Kim Jong Un is that. Totally, completely ignore him. However watching his developments is... more