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North Korean Defector Yeonmi Park speaks At Duke About Her Journey To US?

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Writer and activist Yeonmi Park, who fled North Korea at age 13, tells the story of her harsh life under the regime and how she escaped to become an American citizen and political activist. The Cicero Foundation organized Tuesday’s event, titled “From North Korea to America: Choosing Life, Liberty, and Happiness,” while the Young America Foundation sponsored it.

Park said the first lesson her mother taught her was “Don’t talk because the birds and cats can hear you.” He told the audience that if he said “term” in North Korea, not only would they murder him. But, his family would also perish—three to eight generations at most. “In North Korea, all music, every book, every movie, literally everything serves the dictator and the party,” Park remarked. North Korea does not allow propaganda.

Park came to the United States in 2014 to finish her memoir, “Living: A North Korean Girl’s Journey to Freedom,” which was published the following year. Park is a well-known figure in conservative politics, making frequent media appearances and visiting college campuses across the country to plead her case. In August 2019, he gave a TED talk titled “What I Learned About Freedom After Fleeing North Korea” and now has a YouTube channel with over 1 million subscribers.

North Korean journalists and historians have questioned the accuracy of Park’s reporting on the situation. The North Korean and the inconsistencies in her statement. Park previously attributed the differences to problems with the English translation. Many people widely praised former President Donald Trump for his meeting with North Korea. The leader Kim Jong Un, which Park said “legitimized the brutal North Korean regime.” So far, President Park feels that his right to recognize American policies has not been called into question.

“I used to be against awakening, but now they are heretics.” The Park said, calling leftist brainwashing in American schools “a serious threat to our society and our culture.” President Park has said in the past that he does not consider himself a radical. During Tuesday’s show, he mentioned that people often refer to him as part of the Republican right. How would he know such a term exists without giving it to America.


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