North Korean defector: I am terrified of the 'massive indoctrination co
From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Wed Jun 15 08:13:05 2022
By Hannah Grossman
Published June 15, 2022
Yeonmi Park, who defected from North Korea on a quest for
self-preservation and freedom, told Fox News Digital that she is
worried freedoms are being lost in America amid what she describes as
the left-wing indoctrination in K-12 schools.
"This is exactly the dictator's handbook. I mean, it's [Adolf] Hitler's
youth, Mao's youth and Kim Il-Sung's youth. They always go for young
children because they have [not] lived their life enough to... have
critical thinking skills. Their brains are very plastic, very
malleable, and easy to observe information and believe it and [they're] innocent," she said. "And... big killers [who] want to seize power from
the people, they always mobilize the youth. And that is the truth that
[worries me that], as a parent myself, that I cannot protect my child
right now in America."
Park was born in Hyesan and said that the people are so oppressed in
North Korea that they do not have the ability to describe it – the
words were stolen in Orwellian fashion.
"So the thing about North Korea is that is so oppressed to the point we
don't even have the word for oppression… There's actually even the
control of the language in words. And this is why it concerns me where
there's such a something called a speech code, the things that we
cannot talk about in America right now," she added.
Park said she is worried about what she calls the "massive
indoctrination coming from the left" that is also introducing socialism
"I'm willing to move anywhere it takes for me to protect my child from
this brainwashing," she said. "So when one more person convert[s] every
day like that, we are going to end up like North Korea eventually.