This comment was by Ron Dass on the post Today’s Freedom Fighter, Tomorrow’s Tyrant?
The founder of North Korea, Kim Il Sung, was a partisan leader who endured great hardship fighting the Japanese. In 1945 he was the very definition of a freedom fighter. But look what became of him . . . and his son . . . and his grandson. And what he did to his country.
Among the first generation of South Korean leaders were a number of Japanese collaborators.
And yet . . .
The irony makes my head hurt.
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