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Adam H. Johnson
The North Korea Law of Journalism states: "editorial standards are inversely proportional to a countys enemy status"
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Jorgen 10 Sep 16
Haha, rock solid smoking gun evidence in the US. Good one...
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Adam H. Johnson 10 Sep 16
Replying to @jorgen83 @ggreenwald
when it's ABOUT the US govt, not "in" the US.
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ee ramone 8 Oct 18
Standards *about* the US in reporting. I.e. you can say crazy unfounded shit about North Korea but nobody will call Trump a liar unless he signs a sworn affidavit about it
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Elliot Turner 10 Sep 16
US - "rock solid, smoking gun" - Seriously??? Are you and I watching the same US media? lol
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Mr Laurence 13 Dec 16
Replying to @adamjohnsonNYC @Nin_99
when do we move Trump's America ne t to Iran and North Korea... January I expect.
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CEOemail βœ‰ - Marcus Williamson 13 Dec 16
. Here's an example of "fake news" about North Korea from March 2014:
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Nico 13 Dec 16
This is (negatively) proportional. Inversely proportional is this: :-)
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secretzelda 19 Aug 18
Replying to @adamjohnsonNYC
So...you think it is fine there despite eye witness accounts of those who have escaped? I'm sure you would have no problem moving there. Where most ppl are lucky for a few hours if electricity a day. Or wait...satellites are now fake news too, just like those who escaped?
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m b a fuccboi 31 May 19
Replying to @adamjohnsonNYC
@RJdothatshxt
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Louwill Lemon Pepper BBQ 31 May 19
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