No, Timothy, I'm not anxious to go to North Korea, but Trump, the Pope, and Kim Jong Un, would make a glee-some threesome
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely...." Lord Acton
Michael Freud wrote: âOnly force can bring down the North Korean regimeâ, defector says. .... North Korea remains a single-party state with one of the worst human-rights records in the world. The UN estimates that between 80,000 and 120,000 North Koreans are being held in political prison camps throughout the country, where rape, torture and starvation are rampant. The average North Korean enjoys no freedom of speech, press or religion and must live with an intrusive surveillance state that promotes a cult of personality around the Kim family.
It has been 20 years since Shim, who is now a pastor, succeeded in escaping the tyranny, leaving behind his family, friends and everything he knew and loved for the sake of freedom....
excerpt from, "How the Bible pushed a man to flee North Korea"
Kim, the pope, and Jim L are going to have a round table discussion on the efficacy of using universal healthcare to end abortion. They will also bemoan the fact that Americans elected an imperfect president when they could have had the morally upright Clintons back in the White House. Afterwards they will tour parts of North Korea and admire the wonderful prosperity and liberty produced by the socialist system they all so deeply admire.