Sunday, January 20, 2013

North Korea begging at Google

North Korean authorities are using the CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt's visit to the rogue state as a propaganda, but the North Korea people are cynical of the efforts. The action of inviting Eric Schmidt, even when the country has no thought of opening up the internet, is to beg. In Korean, the word begging is pronounced 'Googul' which sounds similar to Google. The Kim Jong-un's regime is walking a road of international isolation. Yet, they don't try to solve the fundamental problem. They will merely use all their resources into begging for aid not only from nations, but also from companies now. This will definitely look ugly in the eyes of its people.

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