NK News reports:
From there, the Morgans got the chance to appreciate the scenic and personal beauty of the international pariah at harvest season.
“There could be problems in the country where we didn’t see,” Joanne said. “So we can’t comment on anything we didn’t see. But what we saw, it was fantastic.“
“The country is beautiful,” Garth said. “The country is just fantastic, the farms are perfect. They have no pollution.”
It’s a paradise! Perfect farms. No pollution!
“You look at their personal gardens, and they have got sunflowers, pumpkin growing over their roof, they (have) tobacco, huge pride in their personal space as well as their communal farms,” Joanne said. While the standard of living is clearly lower than in the South, they said it probably is not much different from South Korea a couple of decades ago, and that those they witnessed were not malnourished or lacking in necessities in clothing or shelter.
Never occured to them, that of course they don’t get to see the areas where three million people starved to death.
“Frankly I don’t see the DPRK regime through any different lens than I see China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia – even Singapore at times – authoritarian regimes all of them,” he added.
Yes, North Korea is just like Singapore. Absolutely.