I have seen N-Korea being attacked continuously, and bombarded with negative propaganda, showing the N-Korean regime and the whole N-Korean governing system as evil and cruel. Such propaganda is usually inherited from US media and US government.
Now Al-Jazeera opinions are becoming anti-N-Korea which makes me wonder how powerful US propaganda machine is.
Christopher R Hill of Al-Jazeera Opinion writes this article (Food for thought in North Korea) which is a remake of the same US propaganda which has been spread globally against N-Korea.
What do I think about this article?
I think the whole article is a pure anti-N-Korean propaganda. All the information is inherited from US propaganda, and the N-Korean side of the story isn't mentioned at all, except the case for the high tech Uranium enrichment facility.
N-Korea is hungry, the article doesn't mention the N-Korean side of the story, which explains why N-Korea is in this situation:
1. The Sanctions.
2. N-Korea and US are officially at war.
Number one has caused the N-Korean economy to plunder, and number two has caused N-Korea to spend much of its time and resources on defense to protect itself from the US threat. Number three is pretty obvious.
Also the article suggests that US actually wants a unification, that's is a very absurd comment to make, especially considering the fact that US has military bases in S-Korea and Japan, both bases wouldn't be there if N-Korea wasn't posed as a threat, and wasn't inserted in the axis of evil. The question remains, why doesn't the US want a peace-treaty with N-Korea?
Many actually believe US was behind the sinking of S-Korean Vessel, as not long before the sinking of that Vessel, the Japanese prime minister promised its people to remove US bases from Japan, US needed to terrorize the Japanese and S-Koreans in to submission, to justify the existence of those bases, and did it very well through that attack. N-Korea already refuted the claim that the torpedo was N-Korean, that's also not mentioned in the article.
I can go on, but I don't want to counter the whole article, it is too long, and it touches too many subjects at once, and every time the author uses the US side of the story (propaganda), completely avoiding the N-Korean side of the story (propaganda).
You have to be just in your analysis of global situations and not let your bias get in the way, many authors refuse to leave their bias aside.
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