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Tuesday, January 18, 2005
Report: Pro-Democracy Movement in Totalitarian North Korea Story dated 18 January 2005
Some potential good news for the Far East. "A human rights group claimed Tuesday that it has obtained video footage showing dissident activities in North Korea, with demands for freedom and democracy written over a poster of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Il." Remember the removal of Kim Jong Il's portrait late last year? Hopefully, that and this are indicators that some real democratic reforms could be right around the corner. I'm sure Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea would be happy to welcome North Korea into the family of East Asian constitutional republics. It is unconfirmed at this time whether the video footage is genuine. _____________________________________________
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