‘North Korea was crazy, but not this crazy’: Columbia student, 27, who escaped Stalinist dictatorship warns wokeism is stifling freedom of speech at US universities just like in her homeland — 90 Miles From Tyranny

Yeonmi Park and her mother fled North Korea to China over the frozen Yalu River in 2007 when she was just 13-years-oldFrom there, the two were sold into slavery by human traffickers, but were ultimately rescued by Christian missionaries who helped them flee to MongoliaThey trekked across the Gobi Desert to find refuge in South…

‘North Korea was crazy, but not this crazy’: Columbia student, 27, who escaped Stalinist dictatorship warns wokeism is stifling freedom of speech at US universities just like in her homeland — 90 Miles From Tyranny

Here’s a person who was sold into actual slavery. She knows what is to be oppressed, and it an’t got nothing to do with tweetin’ shit out on your $1100 iPhone, bitches.

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