Postcards are scattered around near army bases — I was in Korea On Assignment For Rolling Stone (makes me feel like Carrie Bradshaw saying that) and American soldiers passed them to me — they said it was illegal for them to have.
There’s another type of propaganda — back in NYC a female priest, Korean, gave me a crime scene photo. It’s widely used in protests against US military troops in the country. A Korean woman is spread out on the floor, dead, naked, her body covered with powder detergent, an umbrella lodged halfway inside her.
I have no idea whether to upload it or not nor does anybody else unforturnately. Editors, citizens, counselors, scholars, leaders of men, people you love and trust. That’s why life is a bit shitty.
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