"Since the peoples of the world have a common enemy, we must begin to think of revolution as an international struggle against U.S. imperialism. Our struggle in the U.S. is a genuine part of the total revolutionary assault on this enemy. Understanding the Korean people’s struggle, and communicating this to the American movement is a crucial step in developing this internationalist perspective."
Robert Scheer, LATimes columnist, didn't write this, but he signed off on it
as a delegate on a 1970 trip to North Korea headed by the Black Panthers
The people of North Korea are eating bark off trees
and the LATimes employs a mouthpiece for that despicable regime? Give the man a Duranty award.
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