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Andrew Bilkins

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North Korea must be liberated. It is the duty of the US government, and American journalists alike, always and everywhere to maintain a threat of the evil rogue state so that we can eventually invade and topple the regime, convert the people to Christianity, and instate free market capitalism.

By demonizing the leaders of North Korea, sensationalizing rumours, and so on, we are whipping up support for another war against North Korea. Even if this is not sufficient to justify an invasion, still, the collective perception of North Korea as a threat, as an "evil rogue state" ruled by a nationalist madman, helps to maintain US hegenomy in East Asia, and thereby facilitates the containment of China. All of this is consistent with the goals outlined in the Project for a New American Century.

Anyone who speaks otherwise is un-American; he is a serpent, a deceiver, a betrayer, a communist: he speaks with a tongue of wanting, a tongue of jealousy, or a tongue of manipulation. But always he speaks with the tongue of anti-Americanism. To oppose US hegonomy in East Asia is to berate the American people, for American foreign policy is an avatar of the collective individuality of each and every American person. To berate American foreign policy is to curse the American people.

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