DPRK - A Different Perspective
"The incomplete and distorted reporting about North Korean leader Kim Jong Il is not fair to him, the people of North and South Korea who long for peace and reconciliation, or to the American people"_
Dorothy Ogle is a former missionary to South Korea, visitor to North Korea in 1984, and in 1987-1988 the legislative affairs co-ordinator for the 1986 National Council of Churches Policy Statement: "Peace and Reunification of Korea." She provides a point of view about the state of North Korea not readily reflected in the Western media.
2012: Tougher Challenges ahead
_Very dark clouds are gathering on the world’s political horizon. The global, capitalist economic crisis is deepening rapidly. The US government has imposed intolerable conditions for its working people. The European Union is in turmoil and two countries, so far, have virtually surrendered their sovereignty and had direct rule by representatives of finance capital forced on them. more...
_SYRIA is the heart of the Middle East, sharing borders with Iraq, Lebanon (where it has bases), Israel, Turkey and Iran, with which it has a strong alliance. Iranian President Ahmadinejad recently stated that Iran would not permit any foreign injustice in Syria. more...
_PRIME Minister Vladimir Putin has affirmed that the world is tired of the dictatorship of the United States, a country only interested in having vassals instead of allies. more...