The North Korean secret police “cannot staunch the word of the gospel,” writes¬†The TimesMichael Sheridan. “Two of our party turned out to be Christian businessmen who had come from China carrying wads of cash. Korean-language Bibles have been smuggled in by the hundreds.” Christianity, suggests Sheridan, will break Chairman Kim’s hold — a possibility that Sheridan suggests supports the hardliners in Washington who don’t want to negotiate with Kim or even provide aid to the starving population. Guess that’s what they call¬†“tough love.”