Interesting article but I question the validity of some of the statements…or to put it more bluntly I smell a lot of bullshit. For example, in a country where foreign visitors’ every step is heavily monitored to the point that they are only allowed to use certain toilets (as mentioned in the article), this author wants us to believe he met with members of “the resistance,” gleaned details from them, and even snapped pictures of “secret” stuff…and no one found out. How is it that anyone, much less an American, would be left alone long enough to pull this off? It’s even more odd that this story appears only on one obscure pepper website (yes, I googled it to verify). Anyone who saw what this author claimed to have seen and truly wanted to tell the tale could easily attract the attention of a big name national news network or print publication (even if done anonymously to protect sources). Who would risk their life to get this story just to file it away in some seldom-trod corner of the internet? I want to believe that the author did actually visit NK, but I’m suspicious of the details. This story has more red flags than a May Day parade.