NORTH KOREA HAS NO EXPORTS, BUT NEITHER DID THE USSR | 2003-10-25
Speaking of treason, Teddy Kennedy is out there fighting for North Korea.
Teddy wants the United States to have unilateral talks with North Korea so we can finance North Korea's Communist regime the way we have every other Communist regime in history.
North Korea has NO exports. It lives on weapons money and drug money, and its people are in desperate want, as has always been the case with Communist regimes.
The Soviet Union, during seven decades of concentrating on industrial development, never had a single industrial export. It had caviar, sable and oil and, as always, its people were in desperate need. The Soviet Union survived on American help, direct and indirect.
No non-Communist economy has ever survived without producing one single thing anybody else wanted. Only an economy planned by "intellectuals" can be totally worthless.
It is all in the tradition of the founders of Communism, Marx and Lenin. Neither of them ever did a day's productive work in their entire lives, and either one of them would have held a pitchfork upside-down if they had ever actually touched one.
Marx and Lenin spent their whole lives talking about The Working Class and Communist regimes spend their whole time talking about production. The Founders didn't do any work and the regimes didn't do any producing.