Tucker Carlson Takes on North Korea Sympathizer!

Believe it or not, there are actually Americans that side with North Korea.
Tucker Carlson goes head to head with a North Korean sympathizer.

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Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018


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Don't Forget, This is What North Korea is Really Like!

While media outlets praise Kim Jong Un's sister, and her presence at the Winter Olympics, they seem to forget what North Korea is actually like. Here's some of the more realistic facts about North Korea to keep in mind.

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washingtonexaminer.com reports: Strict isolation North Korea is one of the most oppressive, authoritarian countries on earth. Its government goes to great lengths to keep citizens isolated from the rest of the world, with state-run media outlets and limited Internet access to only state-approved government websites. Prohibited from traveling North Koreans are not allowed to leave the country, unless they are given permission from the state for situations such as participation in world sporting events. While on furlough, athletes have tried to defect, while others have returned home only to be subjected to torture and public ridicule for losing. Three generations of punishment North Korea has a “three generations of punishment” policy. This means that if someone is charged with a crime and sent to a prison camp, their children and grandchildren will also be sent there. North Koreans may even be born in prison camps and spend their entire lives in them. Prisoners are forced into slave labor in gulags as brutal as Nazi concentration camps, according to a Holocaust survivor. Bizzare laws There is no individual liberty in North Korea. There is no free speech. It is a crime to criticize the North Korean government, and it is mandated that citizens idolize their leader, Kim Jong Un. It’s also a crime to watch Hollywood movies, make international phone calls, and even choose your own hairstyle. There are only 28 government-approved hairstyles in North Korea. Read more @ (Link: www.washingtonexaminer.com) Please share and comment.

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