North Korea Claim: Safer Than A Walk In London

According to Reuters, North Korean tourist ads in Russia encourage visits to their wonderfully safe country. They extol the peaceful friendliness of the Communist nation’s people and cities, and compare them to the English capital city. 

Maybe the U.S. should respond: While most American cities are peaceful and safe, there are terrible dangers from evil street criminals. So Russian visitors should not visit crime-ridden Salt Lake City, poverty-stricken Beverly Hills nor hateful-faced Pennsylvania Dutch slums.

And, of course, the dying American college student tourist who was shipped home recently after two years of gentle North Korean prison hospitality, died of natural causes.

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