The Foundation for the Defense of Democracies has interesting information relating to my comment yesterday about North Korean Peasants’ human rights.
To the average North Korean prisoner, Guantanamo, with its wholesome food, hygienic sanitation, medical care, regular religious services, fresh clothes, forgiving climate, trained personnel, and periodic Red Cross visits would be an astonishing land of plenty. The same goes for the average North Korean citizen.
Full Article: Got Gulag? North Korea Does.
The Gulag is alive and well in Stalinist North Korea, but Travesty International doesn’t consider it as “the Gulag of our times”.
That’s because George Bush isn’t running North Korea.