Friday, February 25, 2011

Qadhafi and Kim

North Korean defector Im Jeong Jin reports that "for those watching in Pyongyang, the possible fall of Qadhafi carries more power than the resignation of unknown former Tunisian dictator Ben Ali or Hosni Mubarak, the former Egyptian president.... because, with the exception of Chinese leaders, Colonel Qadhafi is among the most familiar of foreign leaders to the North Korean people, and a man about whom they know relatively much" — A DPRK for the Middle East!

Maybe this "campaign... aimed at encouraging North Koreans to think about change" will bear fruit — South Korea drops leaflets into North about Egypt, Libya.

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