He says the quiet parts out loud…
I.e. when he held up the school project board of pictures of fighter jets and tanks they sell Saudi Arabia to do war crimes in Yemen. Put the same pictures in a McKinsey PowerPoint deck with some polite change of languaging Ctrl H “offensive” with “defensive” and “dead children” with “minimum collateral damage” and you have liberalism.
South Korea nearly received more western aid than ALL of Africa is why it’s successful. One was a site of resource extraction and the other a site of resource dumping. Why do liberals act like experts when they don’t understand simple shit like this. They truly believe South Korean manufacturers would be as successful not exploiting the cheap resources and labor of others.
A lot of capitalists, the ones that are honest, i.e. Jeffrey Sachs get this stuff right too. Sure, a tankie perspective helps but I think a lot of people that get it wrong confuse (a)wanting something to be true such as America is benevolent and cares about human rights and never does anything wrong and (b) something being true such as American economy is built on misery and next to free resource extraction.
Those pictures are compositions made by multiple passes so you could use fewer passes for DPRK. I know they debunked it on the most recent season of blowback podcast but I can’t find it it anywhere on the net because the first hundred results are western propaganda about Kim jong UN feeding people to dogs and stuff
Edit: It’s the first ep…but I also found: this from 10:37 on they talk about varied methodology that produces those images.
This is what happens to your propaganda skills when you practice against libs lol.