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As a travel blogger you have a difficult time, and people sometimes already have been fed ideas about a particular location. Many things that we think are for tourists, are not, and, we are just taken by US led propaganda to believe in that… of course, the west impose cruel sanctions that affect only the normal people. Plus, sanctions directly affect the population by impoverishing them. Throughout the 1980s, Thatcher’s government backed Iraq during its war against Iran, funneling weapons and equipment to Saddam Hussein in contravention of both international law and British policy, all the way Recently, The Independent reported on UK “blood money”.Pictures show a glimpse of what you see, and generally as positive people travel bloggers try to show happiness, and hope. other places in the world are the same Cuba and Iran for example… There are other examples in the world that thousands of children die due to lack of medicament and vaccines… You know, …about evil regimes…, we in the West create most of these evil regimes ourselves. £12.3 billion of armed goods were sanctioned by government licenses to countries on the UK’s own list of human rights abusers.
The Al Yamamah deal spanned 1985-2006, whereby British arms were sold in exchange for 400,000-600,000 barrels of oil a day. Sanctions in Iraq: When asked on US television if she [Madeline Albright, US Secretary of State] thought that the death of half a million Iraqi children [from sanctions in Iraq] was a price worth paying, Albright replied: “This is a very hard choice, but we think the price is worth it.” Sanctions were imposed on the people of Iraq in 1990.She even sent Christmas cards to both Saddam and Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi in 1981. This has included organizing multi-billion pound arms deals for vast oil supplies alongside diplomatic visits.According to Amnesty International “Torture is rife in Saudi Arabia”, while the country continues to repress women, censor political expression and carry out numerous state executions.Such regime and ideology in DPRK for my counts is nothing comparing with our countries in the West. Korean adoption to the United States began at the end of the Korean War and continues in the 2010s.It has been estimated that more than 46 900 children died between January and August 1991. Journeys to change perceptions.” Also like you, I do hope that with my page about DPRK, I change perception of travelers that countries are made of: regimes and people. Some of my highlights were the female traffic cops, the beautiful metro stations, Ryugyong Hotel, and karaoke-ing with my local guides. Depois disto, quem é que não fica com vontade de conhecer a Coreia do Norte?!
Do you know why Cuban people’s lives is not better?
DPRK is indeed a fascinating destination with a very beautiful culture and ancient history. I noticed many people criticized your post as being biased and supportive of the regime.
NOTE: this page is not politically biased nor am I writing on behalf of someone or any government. The reasons why I enjoyed my time in North Korea are immense – the same way I have many reasons to enjoy all the other more than 120 countries I have visited. Well, I think there’s no doubt that North Korea is a dictatorial country with very limited freedom in many areas of life, but this certainly is just one side of the situation. people’s lifes and their culture) was exposed by your article, and this is why I like it.
Because they do have an economical embargo since decades.
SO should we feel guilty that OUR government are making possible for these types of “evil” regimes to success?
Previously it had decreased from 139 in 1960 to 20 in 1989, which was comparable to developed countries. 🙂 The DPRK is absolutely one of the most fascinating and captivating countries I’ve been to.