I like most lefties. In general they’re well-meaning, if deluded people. However its hard to regard the people listed below as anything but scum. This list does serve to illustrate that even the most evil regime on the planet has a network of admirers.
From a North Korean news site
Thanks to Liberty Scott
Foreign Guests Arrive
Pyongyang, February 14 Foreign guests flew into Pyongyang Tuesday to join the visitors to the secret camp in Mt. Paektu on the occasion of the birthday of Kim Jong Il.
General Secretary of the Bangladesh Peace Council Kamal Hyder who is vice-president of the World Peace Council
Abdel Azim El Maghraby, asst. secretary general of the Arab Lawyers Union
Don Borrie, chairman of the New Zealand-DPRK Society who is co-chairman of the Oceanic Committee for Solidarity with the Peaceful Reunification of Korea
K. S. Rao, chairman of the Indian Committee for Supporting Korea’s Reunification
a Chinese delegation headed by Chen Jun, executive deputy secretary-general of the China Association for International Friendly Contact
Norma G. Binas, vice-president of the Philippines Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification in the Korean Peninsula
Ristiyanto, secretary general of the Indonesia-Korea Association for Friendship and Cultural Exchange
Hector Figueroa, major of Catamayo, Loja in Ecuador
Daniel Alvarez Celi, chairman of the Ecuadorian Committee for Supporting Korea’s Independent and Peaceful Reunification
Tania Alvarado Chavez, president of the Ecuador-Guayaquil Institute for Friendship with the Korean People
Trotsky Serano, president of the Canar Provincial Institute for the Friendship and Solidarity with the DPRK of Ecuador
Francis F. Lyimo, vice-chairman of the Tanzania-DPRK Friendship Association
Anders Kristensen, secretary general of the Nordic Cooperation Committee for Friendship and Solidarity with the Korean People and chairman of the Denmark-DPRK Friendship Association
Martin Lotscher, president of the Swiss Committee for Supporting the Independent and Peaceful Reunification of Korea
a delegation of the “Jongilbong” Russia-Korea Friendship Association of Ulyanovsk Region led by Aleksandr Kruzlikov, first secretary of the Ulyanovsk Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
Meinolf Mario Wulf, representative of the Association for Friendship with the Korean People headquartered in Spain.
Arriving on the same day by train were;
D. Tsakhilgaan, president of the Union for Peace and Friendship of Mongolia, and his party
a delegation of the Nepal Journalist Association led by its Chairman Manju Ratna Sakya
a delegation of the Mongolia-Korea Friendship Society led by its Executive Chairman B. Baigalmaa
Arriving here earlier were;
Ludmila Levkova, chief of the Russia-Korea Children’s Friendship Association Named after Kim Jong Il of 11th Middle School in Khabarovsk City, Russia, and her party
a delegation of the Australia-DPRK Association for Friendship and Cultural Exchange led by its National Secretary Raymond Ferguson
Noboru Kameda, representative of the Japan-DPRK Cultural Society
Takashi Nata, representative of the Ehime Institute for Modern Korea Studies of Japan
Zhang Qi, grandson of Zhang Weihua, anti-Japanese revolutionary martyr
Song Shukuan, general manager of the Zaoyuan Fish Breeding Company of China.