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Letter: North Korea's biggest problem is its own people

To the Editor:

Stop the madness. What kind of leaders do we have when all they can talk about is the destructive force they wield?

The biggest problem Kim Jung Un has is not the U.S. or the world, it’s his own people.

North Korea is a closed society, not only with its borders, but with all communication. If the North Korean people knew how things are outside the country, there would be instant revolt.

Instead of threatening North Korea, they should be challenged to open their borders and let their people have unrestricted communication.

Instead of having bombs, bullets and missiles, the North Korean people would appreciate some food on the shelves.

Ralph Dieball

Algonquin

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