Here's to our depraved sex culture!
Yesterday, we examined the new US policy of "Regime Transformation" in North Korea and we also discussed the revisions to North Korean criminal laws. The Taipei Times has another story today about North Korea's new "crackdown on dissent." The funniest line in the article:
Pyongyang also said human-rights activists were smuggling in radios to spread outside news and "depraved American sex culture" and undermine the government.I said last week: they can't stop the flow of information. It will break the regime. They've got gulags. We've got Britney Spears. In other Asia news, the Japanese are threatening sanctions on North Korea because
the remains given to Japan by Pyongyang were not those of Megumi Yokota. The government for its part is waiting to see how North Korea will explain the discrepancy between the results of DNA testing in Japan and Pyongyang's claims that the remains were those of Yokota, who was abducted by North Korean agents in 1977 at age 13.