If you won't listen to a guy like Jordan Peterson talk about the dangers of socialism because he's a white member of the #Patriarchy, will you listen to a North Korean woman who grew up thinking dead bodies in the streets was a normal thing?
In America, we like to play with dystopia through bestselling books and blockbuster hits like "The Hunger Games," but this poor lady says North Korea is literally like the popular series in real life:
The model it was designed after that I found was The Hunger Games: there is a Capitol, and they divide it into 13 different districts [in the book]. They make everybody else other than the Capitol on the verge of surviving, so people do not think about, "What is the meaning of life?" "What is freedom?" All they have to think about is the next meal.
In JP's full interview with North Korean refugee Yeonmi Park, she talks about how horrible life was in the Marxist kingdom. In one case, she had to go to the hospital for a stomachache and remembers seeing children chasing rats to eat that themselves were eating the dead bodies of people in the halls.
She also says she sees scary parallels to North Korea in America today as we become more and more woke.
You can watch the full interview below. It's a harrowing look into the loveless and terrifying socialist state.
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