Sarah and the white guys who saved Korea

By Silvio Canto, Jr.:

According to what I learned, Sarah Jeong was born in South Korea and came here with her parents. In other words, her parents grew up in a South Korea made possible by the deaths of 30,000 U.S. soldiers who fought there. I don’t know the statistics, but there’s no doubt that most of them were white men.

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