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US Media Prefers Dynasty of Dictators to Trump Family

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After the games, will the rare show of unity between North and South Korea continue? How should the United States respond? Watch Gary Lane’s interview with CFR Korea expert Scott Snyder for some insights.

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North and South Koreans marched together under one flag during the opening ceremonies of the 23rd Olympic Winter Games. And in another show of unity, North Korea Dictator Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong dined at the Presidential palace with South Korean President Moon Jae-In.

“If ‘diplomatic dance’ were an event at the Winter Olympics, Kim Jong Un’s younger sister would be favored to win gold. With a smile, a handshake and a warm message in South Korea’s presidential guest book, Kim Yo Jong has struck a chord with the public just one day into the PyeongChang Games,” CNN reported.

Only two sentences in the story mentioned that Kim Jong Un rules North Korea with an “iron fist” and operates “Nazi-style prison camps.”

As expected, CNN overlooked Pyongyang’s abysmal human rights record and failed to mention that North Korea repeatedly ranks at the top of the annual list of the world’s worst persecutors of Christians.

The regime has imprisoned, tortured and executed thousands of its citizens, including many secret Christians discovered possessing Bibles.

But CNN apparently felt Kim Yo Jong was worthy of praise while her brother released his wrath on North Koreans for simply professing loyalty to a faith other than Juche, the god-like worship of the Kim family.

Some members of the mainstream media embraced the kinder, gentler image advanced by North Korea’s propaganda machine.

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