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You Can Trust Dictatorships to Be Dictatorships

When the 1936 Olympics were held, Nazi Germany could do all it could to act civilized but all of the pictures of a happy audience around a smiling Hitler could not erase the fact that the nation was in the grip of a thuggish regime that threw opponents into prison and terrorized Jews. [Large-scale slaughter would occur later.] It is interesting to watch the reactions to the North Korean delegation's appearance at this year's Olympics.
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