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Defector Compares ‘critical Race Theory’ To North Korean Communism

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Last week, America was introduced to a Virginia parent who escaped the claws of Mao’s communist regime, speaking out about the ‘critical race theory’ that is being taught in schools.

This time, a North Korean defector has gathered her courage and finally decided to go on air to speak about the leftist ideologies that are being propagated in our society today. 

Meet Yeonmi Park, 27 years of age, an escapee of the tyrannical communist nation of Kim Jong-un. In an appearance on Fox News’ ‘Hannity’ she recounted the horrifying experiences that she had to go through under the North Korean dictatorship.

At a very early age, Park was sold of for sex slavery and was even placed on Kim Jong-un’s “killing list” for trying to resist the oppressive rule. She succeeded in escaping by trekking the Gobi desert, eventually finding refuge in America, the land of freedom.

“I fell in love with this country, this is such a wonderful country. I’ve never been accepted more than this country was. And at Columbia University, literally every professor was saying the problems that we have in today’s world is because of White men [and] how they colonized Africa [and] Asia, that’s how they mess up everything and they are the ones who needs to be blamed — and I couldn’t believe it,” Park explained.

“I crossed the Gobi desert to be free and now I thought I live in a country where I can say what I believe and have my freedom to think. However, now I have to constantly censor my speech because in the name of a safe place,” she said. 

“Columbia told us [what] we can’t talk about and I am so concerned if America is not free, I think there is no place else left that is free — that’s why it’s really alarming to me,” she continued.

“My enemy used to be Kim Jong Un: I have been on Kim Jong Un’s killing list of people for many years because I spoke out, and my original family got punished but now ironically enough, so many Marxists and Communists and Maoists and Leninists are now are sending me death threats,” she added.

Prior to her interview on Fox News, Park garnered attention through a video wherein she spoke about growing up in the repressive hermit nation.

“North Koreans, we don’t have Internet, we don’t have access to any of these great thinkers, we don’t know anything. But here, while having everything, people choose to be brainwashed. And they deny it,” she recounted.

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