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A video showing the first documented act of protest inside North Korea has emerged. Chalk up several new points against state-sponsored thuggery.
Maybe now that they're getting so many Chinese mobile phones in North Korea they can start mobcasting. Serious. I'm not joking.
Posted at 11:51 PM in Freedom of Speech, State-sponsored Thuggery | Permalink
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The horrific part is that Bush will get the credit. I just thought of this last night.
The people who think Reagan was responsible for ending the Cold War (there is absolutely no prood that they increased defense spending in response to Star Wars, and they were internally having problems, and Carter sent us into Afghanistan, and so much more)... will give Bush credit for anything, everywhere on Earth, for the next 50-100 years.
Libya had nothing to do with Bush at the real level. CFR reports on Libya show they had been trying to get back "in" to the world community for years, perhaps since 98 or 99. Bush was willing to do it because he needed a "see, Iraq worked!" result.
Josh Narins |
January 22, 2005 at 11:10 AM
I even forgot Solidarity, which started in 1980 (pre-election).
Josh Narins |
January 22, 2005 at 11:13 AM
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