Support the latter, bet on the former.
What do you call a leader of a theocratic and cultish movement with a deep and clear disdain for democracy who suddenly assumes dictatorial powers? A "moderate," of course.
SHIN DONG-HYUK grew up in North Korea's Camp 14, one of the monstrous slave-labor prison complexes in which the world's most tyrannical regime has crushed hundreds of thousands of its citizens, working them to death in conditions of excruciating brutality and degradation. Though the North Korean concentration camps have lasted far longer than their Soviet or Nazi counterparts did, Shin is the first person born and raised in one of them to have successfully escaped abroad.
Hugo Chavez, the hopefully-soon-to-die dictator of Venezuela, has suspended firearms imports.
Punishment is time in a gulag.
This past Christmas, the people of North Korea were without their messiah. That is, their self-anointed messiah.
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