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Thread for news and discussions of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, its material conditions, the status and health of its socialist tradition, disproving common myths about it, etc.

Archive of the previous DPRK thread:


As one of the few Socialist states, it's necessary we protect the DPRK from the attacks of Western Capitalism.
But that doesn't mean that the DPRK should stagnate. Reforms, on non-economic and non-political topics - i.e on social issues - can improve the DPRK's standing with the wider world.
Would it kill them to maybe tolerate gay people a little? Maybe cut down on the quasi-religious cult of personality? Tone down the racism?
Firstly North Korea is incredibly racist. It's illegal to race mix, even with other East Asians who aren't Korean. As far as I'm aware the only state in the world where this is law.
The Chondoists, for all their great revolutionary character, are also incredibly hyper-racist and view Koreans as the chosen race, the superior race in much the same way the Orthodox Jews of Israel view themselves as the chosen race. That thinking of racial superiority can lead to some pretty nasty places.
I don't think the DPRK give two shits about what Western armchair socialists think of them, but if they could work on a few minor issues of social rights (where it doesn't conflict with ensuring the prosperity and defence of the Socialist state) ie. say, preventing discrimination against homosexuals, legalise interracial relationships, and reducing the racial elements to Juche and Chondoist ideology?
It would take time to change attitudes and I'm not saying go full gay marriage sex orgies with weed, but with a few little steps and maybe then they'd begin to gain wider support from Socialists internationally.
More support means more power at the table, normies would have to reconsider their view of North Korea as just some big evil bad guy if they made such changes.
Just a thought. Kim, if you read this please take it into consideration.


>It's illegal to race mix, even with other East Asians who aren't Korean.
Fake news. There are plenty of Zainichi (Japan resident) Koreans who immigrated from Japan in the 60s and 70s and brought Japanese wives with them. Kim himself is possibly 1/4 Japanese. Also the American defector Joe Dresnok's 3rd wife was a Korean (who herself was half-black).
This is a speech by Kim Jong Il where he explicitly condemned racism and the concept of "superior races":

>tolerate gay people

It has never been illegal in Korea. Same for Vietnam and Laos. The head of the KFA, Alejandro Cao de Benos made this statement on this subject


>the KFA
LMAO, and you think that man is a reliable source of information?
Confusing de jure legality with the de facto situation is one thing. Confusing the words of one clown with reality is another thing entirely.

I'll read that document you linked and I'll be glad to see if I've been wrong about the official stance of the WPK on race. But there is a very strong racial element to the Chondoists at the very least.


>Reforms, on non-economic and non-political topics - i.e on social issues - can improve the DPRK's standing with the wider world.
Lol no
Korea's standing with the wider world is the product of them trying to develop nuclear weapons, as well as the opportunism of other countries who don't want to alienate their economy from the southern Korean market.
While fighting against discriminations inside the country would be nice, it won't be useful for your stated end. Plus the West will always try to make shit up about them anyway.

Even if Korea opened their market and went fully capitalist in one instant, they still wouldn't receive much foreign capital. Their economy is too small with basically no resources beside coal to leverage their position like Iran and especially Russia do to alleviate the sanctions.

The best course of action is to continue the nuclear program and develop powerful ballistic capabilities to lower the reliance on maintaining a large conventional military to deter potential invaders. Only after that, then the liberated resources should be invested in research and other areas with large growth potential in order to follow the Chinese path.

The number one goal of Korea should be to fight its way into being recognized as a nuclear weapon state, so that the UN sanction supposed to prevent nuclear proliferation could be removed. This is the area where China should do more in my opinion.


requesting that picture of n korea bimbo where it's "life under capitalism"


also that one with joe roegan please



>who don't want to alienate their economy from the southern Korean market.

ironically the south koreans wouldl open up buisnesses in the north. A lot of southern chaebols are suffering from buisness problems due to high wages, increasing labor strikes and very good working conditions. Alongside with other factors modern south korea is a lot like the us during the 1960s. And just like china, north korea could theoretically exploit that. And despite the southern superstructre and etc ultimately the chaebols follow money. And what they would see in the north is cheap fucking labor.
>Even if Korea opened their market and went fully capitalist in one instant, they still wouldn't receive much foreign capital Their economy is too small with basically no resources beside coal

you can say the same thing regarding south korea but it still developed(though with american and japanese investment…which china can do instead)

>and other areas with large growth potential in order to follow the Chinese path.

well that does seem resonable i guess


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I have never seen a video or picture of a place in north korea that looks bad.
On the other hand I've seen plenty in the united states.


>I have never seen a video or picture of a place in north korea that looks bad.
You're not exactly allowed to wander around.


I saw a video of a guy who did wander around outside of what was allowed and it still looked nice.


I don't know about North Korea, but I've been to Africa and what one might consider slums. I tell you, I felt much safer walking around African slums than America. I guess visually America would look better, but like, nobody is getting murdered everyday in the African slum. People are nice and friendly in the African slum. America is a state of mind.


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>If north korea is so terrible why does it look so nice?
It looks like shit. Where are the billboards and advertisements? How am I supposed to know human beings live here if nobody's trying to sell me something? Truly a desolate, alien landscape.


Step it the fuck up /leftypol/.


Japan freaking out over a missile test a few minutes ago. Apparently there were evacuation alarms in Hokkaido. The missile was airborne for approximately 50 minutes before impacting the sea, and likely was not armed with a warhead. This after one of the recent leaks claimed DPRK "probably oversells" ICBM threat. Also after Russia also tested an ICBM earlier today.


what country?


North Korea has legal marijuana and no taxes, it's a libertarian paradise


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I don't like giving out information but Ethiopia. I only have good things to say about them. My bro's white friend went there and didn't have a good time, I'm not sure on the specifics. I went there before all the recent happenings, yeah that's some crazy shit. But honestly, myself, such a good time, just warmth of people. I'm sure people treat me better because I'm firenji and have money, but still, just like so much more comfortable than America. I can't explain.


It's because they have the ideological and mental power to work with enthusiasm for the revolution and on-going struggle and give steady continuity to their fighting and constructive spirit in their own style.

I knew one guy who felt really uncomfortable in the U.S. because he said, to me, something about how it felt like he had to be "on" all the time compared to where he was from, he couldn't just escape and not worry about stuff. I wonder if it felt like you had to pretend to be an actor wherever you went, you couldn't just be some guy.


>I knew one guy who felt really uncomfortable in the U.S. because he said, to me, something about how it felt like he had to be "on" all the time compared to where he was from, he couldn't just escape and not worry about stuff.
Situational awareness. Maybe I'm too aware, but once you go through some things you'll understand how real it is. I'm ready to club some fuckers to death from living in the USA. It's how it is. I dunno, I guess it's a benefit learning this stuff. Like not me motherfucker, I'll waste your ass. That's how it be. Being a coward in hell won't win you any favors.


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>nobody is getting murdered everyday in the African slum
I get the weirdest feeling that's not common for all African slums


>I knew one guy who felt really uncomfortable in the U.S. because he said, to me, something about how it felt like he had to be "on" all the time compared to where he was from, he couldn't just escape and not worry about stuff. I wonder if it felt like you had to pretend to be an actor wherever you went, you couldn't just be some guy.
Not any anon, but this exactly happened to me when I moved to the PNW of the US. It drove me nuts, and unurinically felt my sanity decreasing. I felt I was my identities first (gay, PoC, etc) then my own individual. I then moved back to my country and it was a relief. I now live in a non-anglo European country and I don't feel this "actor" feeling. YMMV of course. That's just how I felt.


Only deranged Tulcel ameriliards besmirch the name of the DPRK


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>If north korea is so terrible why does it look so nice?
I feel like they can do some nice theming. I love a bit of chaos and all but you can't deny the benefits of consistency.

you know what i heard i heard from tommy that there are no products they eat dirt and rice (that tree is fake becuase htey ate all the real ones)


There is an episode of You Can't Ask That (Aus show, you can watch it free with a proxy or try to find torrents) about "African-Australians", many from Ethiopia and Sudan as war refugees, and most of them are saying "australia isn't that great like you've got material possessions but everyone is so individual and lifeless, I'd go back home if I could without being killed"
For us, raised on WorldVision ads of starving hut people and top 10 HDI rankings, that's a shock to hear.


The rural area must be bad as in infraestructure tho


>>1432199 - THE SEQUEL
Looks like someone uploaded it 5 months ago
Worth a watch.

yes, australians are racist


>America is a state of mind.
Words cannot describe how true this is. All filthy America-brained citizens of other countries should be deported; preferably to Puerto Rico so they experience American "generosity".


legal marijuana? u got any source for that? i dont doubt it but i genuinely want to know


Southern Hospitality™ - Puerto Rico edition

NTA but I've heard it's vague and my country says just fuckin dont.



It’s “legal” in the sense that they don’t have laws for it because the idea of indulging in drugs is unthinkable to the Korean people. If a foreigner decided to hit a reefer they would rightfully be expelled


didn't read


They just use it in cooking the same way we use nutmeg, don't act like they're above getting fucked up they drink soju




>eurasiaposting is just chauvinistic noble savage bullshit

on the head


I’ve never met a Korean that uses cannabis in cooking, I’m not sure it even has any properties that make it useful for cooking nor does it grow in the DPRK.

Not necessarily, there are plenty of superstitions and meaningless traditions that need to be phased out of any society, even Korea’s come the transition to a global communist order


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it grows with abundance in south china, they have acsess too it


Could Japan not calculate the trajectory? Did they really think this was going to be the day the DPRK just nukes them all? This evacuation seems hysteric to me.


If goryo norde is so bad, then how come they let folks use instagram?


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>something about how it felt like he had to be "on" all the time compared to where he was from
>Situational awareness. Maybe I'm too aware, but once you go through some things you'll understand how real it is.
>nobody is getting murdered everyday in the African slum
this whole book and its entire theoretical framework could be singly sourced and proven only by looking at what the fuck goes on in america


Atleast post the pdf


>the idea of indulging in drugs is unthinkable to the Korean people
everytime I see that flag I know its gonna be a dumb fucking post

asia was flooded with opium, and korea is no exception


It grows everywhere. They use it for hemp but they also smoke/eat cannabis. It's mid tho. Not high trichome content. It's your grandpa's Mexican ditch weed from 1972


To be fair to eurasiaposter, the flooding of Asia with opium from Brits and Frogs is probably why most Asian societies look down on non alcohol recreational substance use. It makes sense that Thailand was the first in the region to legalize recreational cannabis full stop since they were never colonized (depending on your view of the Asian theater of WWII)


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Got his ass


It's not. You'll definitely be punished if you tried smoking weed there.


>this whole book and its entire theoretical framework could be singly sourced and proven only by looking at what the fuck goes on in america
where's the lie tho?
If you're implying burgers are in a bicameral state (which does seem pretty accurate with the way media spectacle shapes things) then we are currently in breakdown stage meaning next up is (class?) consciousness.


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not the anon, but here


I found a video of OP


Who took a video of me


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Why are Pyongyang's streets so empty? They have so many high rises on the other hand; it seems to validate the claim that the city is mostly for the rich few to enjoy.


Boy, have you seen it or been there lately? There's lots of traffic these days. One reason for them replacing traffic police with traffic lights, and the reworks on the roads.


From the pictures I've seen it looks pretty sparse for a skyscrapered city of 3 million+. I'd like to see what you are talking about by how the city is "lately".


This >>1175225 post's blog had https://www.pinterest.com/pin/139893132146429424/ attached, and also talks about traffic in general. Traffic is also shown here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLegd4KP36a0Y775Xl_HI_tvDKB6qoxPrx and here: https://youtu.be/PzlubpkS63I which seems to be on par with what we have here.
It must also to be noted that there is little traffic not simply because of sanctions but also because the city planning emphasizes local areas to have all the services within walking distance alongside efficient public transport.


Forgot to say that on par with what we have here in quieter hours of the day



these things have been public knowledge since 2016 uygha


there's no real advantage. OICW's are retarded and the US & South Korea dialed back on them. For some reason the norks decided to copy them out of all weapons.


also the Nork OICW uses a bolt action system for its grenade launcher, which is interesting.


Rebuilding North Korea | The Chollima Movement EXPLAINED


Advancing Socialism, Only Along the Road of Socialism - DPRK State Merited Chorus (eng. sub.)


Hello people of the DPRK thread, I believe you already know the organization KFA, yes? Well I’ve created a sub reddit for it, and you may want to join it.

Btw, before anyone starts whining about self promotion I’ve talked to the mods and they said “sure whatever I guess” (an obvious yes)


Socialism. It works, Bitches.


During the house market bubble in pre 2008 Spain tons of new houses were built too, perhaps even more than what are built in the DPRK, but there’s a catch, houses were built but it was too expensive for people to own one, and after the bubble crashed squaring is the only option for many people, the DPRK shines as a beacon of freedom for all that are crushed under the capitalist boot


President Kim Il Sung Praised Abroad​
>Pyongyang, April 18 (KCNA) – The congratulatory messages and letters sent on the occasion of the Day of the Sun reflect the international community's ardent reverence for President Kim Il Sung who made great contributions to the prosperity of the country and the accomplishment of the cause of global independence with his outstanding idea and rare leadership.

>The general secretary of the Communist Party of Mauritius said that Comrade Kim Il Sung, through his revolutionary practice, proved that independence is the justice of history, the victory of the revolution and the basis of the development of fair international relations, adding that he led the trend of history in the 20th century to independence, thus opening up a new history in which the popular masses independently carry out the revolution in their own country free from domination and submission.

>Kim Il Sung, who founded the great guiding idea in the era of independence and laid an eternal foundation for accomplishing the cause of independence of the popular masses, the socialist cause, will always be alive as the sun of Juche, he said.

>The chairman of the Nepal Communist Party (United Socialism) said that the exploits of the great Comrade Kim Il Sung, who liberated Korea from the Japanese imperialists' colonial rule, founded a dignified independent and sovereign state and honorably defended the sovereignty of the country and nation in the three-year war, would shine forever.

>The chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party "Russian Communists" said that the exploits of the great Comrade Kim Il Sung who provided the firm Russia-DPRK friendship and good-neighbourly relations are kept deep in the hearts of the Russian people.

>The general secretary of the Popular Revolutionary Party of the DR Congo praised Kim Il Sung as the founder of socialist Korea and the eternal President of the DPRK who built a country centered on the popular masses with his noble benevolent politics, regarding it as his lifelong motto to believe in the people as in Heaven.


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I hate how hard the YT algorithm suggests anti-dprk propaganda, I should have saved some of them and posted them here for us to debunk or make fun of.


Chad DPRK citizens on defectors like Yenomi Pork


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ebil 1984 Kim doesn't give people the freedom to be unemployed, homeless, die with unaffordable healthcare like our wholesome 100 leaders… literally shaking rn hearing all the 100% legit stories from Yenomi Porky


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stupid bitch should be shot in the head not revered


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New architectures of first-stage 10 000 flats in Hwasong area, completed on 16, April.


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People began to move into new apartment houses in the Hwasong area of Pyongyang, the capital city of the DPRK, where a new street appeared as a grand monument symbolizing the great era of the Korean-style socialist construction.


Celebrations Held in Cuba to Mark 111th Birth Anniversary of President Kim Il Sung
>Pyongyang, April 23 (KCNA) – Celebrations were held in Havana to mark 111th birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung on April 14.
>Present there were personages from Cuban party, government, armed forces and friendship bodies and the DPRK ambassador to Cuba and his embassy members.
>The participants laid a floral basket and bouquets before the portraits of smiling President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il before making a bow.
>They expressed their boundless reverence for the President who made the immortal contribution to the Korean revolution and the national liberation struggle of the world oppressed people.
>They highly praised the DPRK for having built a tremendous military power making world-startling miraculous successes in all fields under the wise leadership of the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un.
>They expressed their will to steadily develop the traditional friendship and cooperation between the two countries.
>Meanwhile a celebration meeting, a photo exhibition and a film show to mark the Day of the Sun were held in Havana on April 12.


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a tankman told me to come here
I have a few words to say

supreme leader Kim; I demand Total worst Korean destruction

Kill worst Koreans, behead worst Korean, stomp on a worst Korean liberal, aikido flip a Hangeul executive into a particle accelerator, push a propagandist movie producer into a shark tank in his penthouse , manhunt chaebol rich kids in a closed park , turn BTS into BTWAS, convert financial cliques into fertilizer, fire bomb gyeonggi all the way back to the joseon dynasty, bury the industrialists alive, burn all the hamburgers, destroy all the funkopops, erase all the mukbang channels, tear down the weapon conglomerates, inject Hyundai managers with squid poison and call it a squid game, throw the ghost of Seoul into a ghost wood chipper and throw the wood chipper in the han river, skin Cho Doo-soon alive , wound LG C.E.O with a thousand cuts, toss sexpats in a mineshaft, blow up a plastic surgery clinics, throw a K pop manager off the Samsung tower and have him land on his balls, eat an English teacher’s liver with fava beans and a nice Chianti, use the heads of the heads of worst Korea as soccer balls, blow up the banks, throw 200 billion Wons into a paper shredder, make rich families commite suicide ,piss on the grave of Syngman Rhee, put south Korean tycoons in a small rigged to blow clown car, cook a christcuck evangelist in boiling oil LIVE on air, fire on medics, fire on the UN, convert US soldiers into comfort men, tie marketing executives into a nuclear missile and fire it at the NATO headquarter, drown a Fair Trade Commissioner in molten gold, make kim ill sung look like a humanitarian.

I'm done
tell him its urgent


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Can anyone refute this?


A new street in Hwasong area


DPRK for the win


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Wow! North Koreans are so propagandized!


When the USA produces a movie of Cuba invading Colorado there's no ideology at play for sure.


Shin Sang-ok had legal problems in the south where his film studio was closed down. He defected to the DPRK (like many other southerners did during the Cold War era). Later he thought that he could get richer in Hollywood and defected again with a made up story about kidnapping.
If the DPRK kidnapped him, they would not have allowed him to go on international trips to promote their films.



i want kim yo jong to twist my balls and spit on me and call me a good girl


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its not terrible


>If north korea is so terrible
It's not, it's just very poor after many decades of sanctions and losing their biggest trade partner and supporter in the 90s, really the CIA are kicking the dirt that DPRK isn't literally unliveable and probably would be unliveable if a small number of people were able to seek endless profit in an artificially limited economy, but instead they've planned and made what little money they have go a long way.

If you even try to go down the rabbit hole of "Why doesn't North Korea look like literal hell on earth with people eating rats and walking over carpets of emaciated bodies?", they've already got their copes like
>Ackshually that's only in the camps, of course you can't see images of that! No one in the 70 years of North Korean history has anyone snuck out an image of a camp, but they definitely exist and are as bad as the North Korean defectors I pay say it is!
>Superdollarz! They just print loads of near-perfectly reproduced dollars and their international trade partners are as easily fooled as your local mom & pop store by fake dollars
>Durgz! They're the biggest producers of heroin in the world, well almost, they're still behind the CIA in Afghanistan, but they definitely do it as well! Satellite images of North Korean poppy fields coming soon.


DPRK is by all objective metrics Best Korea.


Has 'bad' looking places too, that is, poor and rural, it is still a bad country and the authorities are touchy of putting out photographs of these things because of the obvious propaganda, they feel the need to put the best image forward.
It does very well for its situation though, i just do not think enough americans have a good grasp of what the economic situation of NK is to make such a judgement so even a nice photo of a modern city could be called by them as 'bad'.


Is there any city on earth this beautiful?


It would be beneath her to even have knowlege of your desires.


for the love of christ go to party and tap a blunt or something


i think it's more like the opposite, that we are in a state of hypervigilance and are needing to constantly supply our own injunctions to navigate exploitative and dangerous situations

individualism as per that book's claims is something that developed later, from literacy and stuff, being able to counter authoritative introjections. We'd be on the far left-brained side of the spectrum, focused on conscious intentional action rather than passive being. I'd like to just say it's probably not exactly related to this and more to do with anxiety and trauma in an exploitative and dangerous world of individualism… (tho tbh depression might counter my point, since it is relatively very high in the US, and it's characterized by a mix of rumination _and_ introjection, making it a dominance of language in both the left-brained conscious and bicameral sense… smth to think about ig)


You can make cooking oil with hemp seeds, it's rich in polyunsaturated fats which are good for you.


Never judge a book by it's cover


Maybe that's more common but the burger brain worms usually associated with the status quo is more in line with the bicameral mind. You know, Fox News etc giving people a bunch of archetypes to occupy their mind and make them act like NPCs carrying out the schizo culture war. Most people aren't doing that and the ones that are aren't doing it all the time, but it's a major trend.


Is it true that places other than Pyongyang looks shitty ?


Rate this 2017 video, both in terms of accuracy&insight and entertainment.


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>tfw no


No, you can simply watch videos or google maps images


The Generalissimo Is Our Sun 대원수님은 우리의 해님 - DPRK Children's Song (eng. sub.)


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>be western lefty
>"you cant support Putin in this war you scum"
>"one should only support 99.9 % pure socialist countries, fuck other countries and their struggles"
>"this war wont help in progress of the world in any way bro"

Meanwhile Comrade Kim Jong Un :


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Latest foreign trade of DPRK magazine


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"The DPRK is licherally a monarchy"

People said that about Cuba when Fidel Castro's brother, Raúl, was elected. Now no Castro is in government.

People voting for revolutionaries with a connection to the founding struggle of their nation doesn't make that country a "monarchy".



that's because only the US is allowed that the leaders of a revolution become governors one after the other.


Only USA is allowed political dynasties, also. Like that one NY representative that had the seat passed to his family for centuries now, lol


what are the merits Jong Un had in order to be elected, btw?


>People said that about Cuba when Fidel Castro's brother, Raúl, was elected. Now no Castro is in government.
I remember the gusanos going full damage control mode when Raul Castro stepped down from the presidency because he hadn't given up his position as First Secretary of the CPC, saying he was still leading the country from afar, only for him to then step down from that position three years later.


Voodoo medicine on pages 22, 23. I remember from around ten years ago Norks advertising some magical watch with a healing crystal that directs and bundles sun light. Does this ever end :/


Probably better knowledge of revolutionary theory and management from his father


nuh uh, that is different because these guys sometimes lose to another political dinasty.


Actually, acorns are surprisingly good for you. They're not technically lying, just exaggerating since it's an advertisement magazine.


North Korea Truth & Lies: Challenging the Propaganda, w/ Ju-Hyun Park


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Pyongyang Samjiyon Theater, People’s Theater and Ryugyong Restaurant


>North Korean government ousted by western parties
what's the first thing the west does? Will the let South Korea run in and take over? Install a puppet government?


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so why did the British town of Middlesbrough and its fans have a love for the DPRK football team?


I don't know. did you watch the Tifo video on it?


blocked in my country and i'm penniless for a VPN


Use this then Its free and unlimited


try https://piped.kavin.rocks/
Anyway, here's the transcript

The World Cup brings together the best national teams and players from across the globe, encourages
interaction between different cultures, aims to create long-term legacies, and occasionally creates a huge upset on the pitch.
The 1966 tournament in England was the highpoint in English football and made household names of Geoff Hurst and Bobby Moore. Yet, in the North East town of Middlesbrough, a bunch
of ‘mystery men’ from controversial qualifiers North Korea became equally renowned, none
more so than Pak Doo Ik, whose goal against football giants Italy brought about the greatest shock in World Cup history. His strike at Middlesbrough’s Ayresome Park stadium sent the Azzurri tumbling of the tournament, secured the Asian minnows a quarter-final berth and cemented a friendship between North Korea’s footballers and the local football faithful that has endured into the twenty-first century against a backdrop of challenging diplomatic relations and international political
The North Korean’s victory that stunned the football world was all the more remarkable given their unorthodox route to the Finals in England. For the 1966 tournament FIFA allocated only one qualification place to all nations from the Africa, Asia and Oceania associations. The Confederation of Africa Football - also riled at FIFA’s placing of the pariah state of South Africa in Asian qualification because of the political sensitivities in the continent
(although subsequently disqualified) - boycotted the tournament. Withdrawal by South Korea as a result of logistics, concerns that participation by their footballers
in the qualifiers would prohibit the individual players from competing in the 1968 Olympic Games, or, more cynically, in fear of defeat by their northern neighbours - meant it was
left to Australia and North Korean to contest the sole qualification spot. A two-legged play-off held in neutral Cambodia brought a 9-2 aggregate win for the Asian minnows,
including a stunning 6-1 win in the opening encounter. The Koreans’ victory, just over a decade after the Korean War, posed a diplomatic headache for a UK government that did not recognise the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). As revealed by the research of Professor Martin Polley, the Foreign Office were in fact exploring options to prevent the Koreans from participating in the World Cup. In their ground-breaking Foundations of Managing Sporting Events: Organizing the 1966 FIFA World Cup, business historians Dr Alex Gillett and Dr Kevin Tennent’s have described North Korea’s qualification as having made‘ interaction between football and international diplomacy unavoidable’. Ultimately, this interaction brought compromise, including an agreement to refer to DPRK as ‘North Korea’ and even excluding the flag from a commemorative
World Cup stamp. In Middlesbrough, the prospect of seeing the North Koreans – who were drawn to play all
their Group 4 games at the town’s Ayresome Park - generated little enthusiasm locally, an apathy evident in the stadium attracting the lowest attendances of the tournament.
Yet there was a curiosity about the Koreans on Teesside, with early signs of bonds between the new ‘home team’ and locals evident in young supporters’ attendance of their
training sessions and the local press chronicling the Koreans’ tournament preparations. Even Alderman Jack Boothby, Mayor of Middlesbrough, promised the Koreans support, declaring that
‘You wear the same colours as Middlesbrough, we will shout for you’. In the opening match at Ayresome Park, those who did turn out witnessed echoes of recently
relegated Middlesbrough. The new ‘home team’ suffered a 3-0 defeat to the USSR and were bullied by their more physical opponents. North Korea’s prospects of progression, or even recording any points, looked even
more bleak in their next match, as they fell behind to an early Chilane penalty – a goal greeted with silence from the Boro faithful. However, only minutes from elimination, the Koreans sent the crowd into raptures with a late equaliser from Pak Seung Jin (Zin).
The local newspaper, the Evening Gazette’s journalist Cliff Mitchell, captured the emotions of the moment: When the equaliser came, some electric strip lighting in the Press refreshment room up
in the stand at Ayresome Park was brought down by the stamping of a crowd that has well and truly ‘adopted’ the Asians…the Koreans, obviously heartened by the fact that they were cheered every time they were on the ball, attacked with tremendous enthusiasm…
North Korea were given little hope in their final group match against Italy, one of the pre-tournament favourites and a world football force, but this did not deter the majority of the Middlesbrough crowd, who drowned out the noise of some 3,000 Italian supporters at Ayresome Park. In the days before substitutions at the World Cup, Italy were reduced to ten men due to an injury to Bulgarelli and the North Koreans took full advantage minutes before half time with a Pak Doo Ik strike. Despite an Italian onslaught, the underdogs held on. The final whistle was greeted with ‘uproar’ and BBC commentator Frank Bough
exclaimed ‘this stadium has never had support like this for years and years’.
The North Koreans declared ‘our success is due to the support given by the citizens of Middlesbrough and because our players fought for the fatherland’. The Soviet’s defeat
of Chile the following night confirmed the Koreans progress and 3,000 Boro fans headed to Goodison Park to support their new heroes. The Koreans took a 3-0 lead over Eusebio’s Portugal in the quarter final before eventually going out 5-3, bringing to an end the first chapter of the Middlesbrough-North Korean love affair. The connection was in hiatus until the early twenty-first century, when The Game of Their Lives documentary by Dan Gordon and Nick Bonner, which explored the story of 1966, reignited the Boro-Pyongyang flame. Filmed in late 2001 after the North Korean government granted unprecedented interview access to the former players and permissions to film in North Korea, the rediscovery of the international connection led to Gordon and Bonner pursuing proposals to bring the North Korean heroes back to Teesside. The idea gained the support of leading figures,
including local MP Frank Cook, the Ambassador of the Republic of South Korea, and Middlesbrough FC Chairman Steve Gibson who told Gordon: The story of the North Korean’s heroics in the 1966 World Cup is the stuff of legends
up here in Middlesbrough. They are still warmly remembered and I am thrilled that, through your programme, their remarkable tale will now reach a wider audience. Please pass on our best wishes to the players and the people that you will meet on your trip. Supported by financial and in-kind backing from numerous quarters including Middlesbrough Council and Middlesbrough FC, the 1966 World Cup heroes made a glorious return to Teesside
in October 2002.
The Game of Their Lives was screened at the town’s cinema and the town was decorated to mark the occasion. With the North Korean flag flying above Middlesbrough Town Hall,
the Speaker of Middlesbrough, Ken Hall, hosted a civic reception for the Koreans just as Mayor Boothby had done 36 years previously, whilst there was also a celebration dinner
held at the Riverside Stadium, Ayresome Park’s successor. At Boro’s home game against Leeds United, the Koreans received a hero’s welcome on the pitch and the Middlesbrough fanzine Fly Me To the Moon even produced a ‘DPRK Special’, its centrefold featured a letter from the footballers of 1966 to the citizens of Middlesbrough declaring:
The cheering voices of the citizens of Middlesbrough [from 1966] remain fresh still in our memory…we can clearly remember the people of Middlesbrough who had warmly welcomed us, enthusiastically supported us during our game against Italy and even followed us up to Liverpool…we are looking forward to seeing you in the stadium with warm and friendly feelings of 36 years ago.



New report on slavery claims North Korea leads the world:
>By this benchmark, reclusive and authoritarian North Korea has the highest prevalence of modern slavery (104.6 per 1,000 population), according to the report.
>It is followed by Eritrea (90.3) and Mauritania (32), which in 1981 became the last country in the world to make hereditary slavery illegal.


If they are counting prison population (based on estimates from anti-DPRK sources) as slaves, then USA has the most slaves.


yo wtf mods why did that guys post get deleted?


>capitalist think tank
>thinks socialist countries have more slaves
LMAAAOOO ever heard of wage slavery


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In the Taepyong area of Pyongyang City many modern high-rise apartments were completed. Inaugurated on Sunday, this new community is equipped with all sorts of public services, a new school, clinic, kindergarten and shops to offer maximum convenience to the new residents 💜


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Before the liberation of the country, this was one of the most destitute areas in the north of Korea. Parts of Pyongyang along the Potong were made up mostly of lean-to shanties and makeshift homes with mud walls, some living in dugouts in hills. Now a modern cradle of happiness.


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The Potong was not always known for its beauty meandering through the capital. For most of its history its banks were marred by bitter hatred and sorrow, with severe flooding every year decimating already vulnerable communities until Kim Il Sung launched rerouting on May 21 1946.


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Though it was said the project would take 15 years, the Korean people from all strata mobilized and completed the enormous undertaking in just 55 days. This was the marked shift that changed the Potong from one of tears and resentment to new associations of hope and prosperity.


Juche is straight up NazBol.

It is explicitly nationalist, and officially departed from M-L after they no longer needed to suck on the USSR.
>The establishment of the Songun doctrine in the mid-1990s then formally designated the military, not the proletariat or working class, as the main revolutionary force in North Korea.

No, this isn't saying we shouldn't critically support them. But once the USA is taken care of, we need to have a long talk with them to make sure they'll keep to themselves.


Juche is explicitly internationalist. It defines internationalism as cooperation between nations. Of course you could define this attitude as nationalist because it promotes the idea of nations but that's reductive.


Just another CIA agent destroying our collective brain-cells to slow down the socialist uprising.


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Songun policy has been downgraded in importance now that they have a proper nuclear deterrent


>OP cannot into Potemkin Villages
Many such cases!


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"When Stalin was alive, everything was going well in the Soviet Union. But after Khrushchev came to power, things started to go wrong. Modern revisionism appeared in the Soviet Party and the Soviet people began to suffer from ideological diseases. He forgot the care his leader had taken in his upbringing: he vilified Stalin under the pretext of the cult of personality, expelled all senior revolutionaries loyal to Stalin from the Political Bureau of the Party and stripped them of their Party membership. Once, while visiting the Lenin Mausoleum, Rim Chun Chu met Molotov on Red Square in Moscow after his dismissal. Molotov advised him to faithfully carry forward the ideology and achievements of his leader without succumbing to revisionism, taking into account the precedent of the Soviet Party. At that time, Rim Chun Chu understood very well that if the question of succession was not properly resolved, both the revolution and the Party would perish. As the bitter lessons of history have taught us, the essential quality of a successor is loyalty and moral duty to the leader and his cause. Loyalty to the leader cannot be separated from moral obligation. Loyalty to the leader and moral duty are the first and most important qualities a successor must possess."


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The dehumanizing effect of Western Propaganda.


come on this is ridiculous and just because its to the benefit of a state that came out of a socialist tradition whatever we think of it, that's no excuse for sloppy arguments

There are plenty of places that 'look nice' in India as well but that doesn't change the fact that its got some of the poorest and most wretched areas on the entire planet.

I would strongly suspect according to all of the evidence that nowhere in the DPRK is actually like that contrary to what westoid propaganda would have you believe but no doubt its also a tough, austere life in a blockaded and sanctioned country in a state of near constant military mobilisation, yeah. You no doubt in many respects probably live a better life even as a western worker sitting in the heart of imperialism and capitalism.

You don't need to pretend that socialist states are wonderful and brilliant to live in right now to defend socialism and their legacy of achievement - everything is relative.


I think I live a better life in the west; I think I would live a happier life in NK.

I want the happy life here though, I can recongise its better here because we bombed them.


This. Everything I've heard about communist states once you filter out the propaganda seems to come down to: It's not perfect insofar as certain civil rights issues have historically probably not been dealt with super well in like the Soviet Union for example (but then again the west isn't better in this respect – worse even), and they tend to have less ability to consoom, but you also aren't living a sad wage slave existence commuting an hour to a precarious minimum wage job with no set hours (form of torture) where your entire life could go to shit immediately from one unforeseen expense or medical emergency. At least this is what I've gathered from life in East Germany, hard to say what it's like in Based Korea exactly.


I Love Pyongyang 평양을 나는 사랑해


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Whats with Brazilians and their love for DPRK… BASED




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Kim Il-sung short bio


Where can I find a source for this interview? Can anybody tell me or link me to it?


Construction is speeding up in the Sopho area of Pyongyang where another modern street for thousands of families is rising. Agitprop activities by youth league shock brigades are being thoroughly conducted, with uplifting patriotic songs echoing throughout the construction sites.




Russia has resumed sending oil to sanctions-hit North Korea for the first time since 2020, deepening cooperation between the two nations that the US claims also includes sending arms from Pyongyang to help the Kremlin’s war in Ukraine.
A report released this week from a United Nations sanctions committee said Russia began sending refined petroleum products to North Korea in December 2022, which has continued into 2023. The shipments had been halted in about October 2020, the data showed, but Russia has sent about 67,000 barrels of oil since it restarted the flow.
The resumption of oil shipments comes as cooperation between the long-time partners has picked up in recent months, raising concerns that both nations may be evading sanctions in a partnership that helps North Korea’s beleaguered economy and funnels arms to Russian President Vladimir Putin for his attack on Ukraine.
Russia and North Korea appeared to have resumed trade over their sole rail link late last year, according to satellite images published by the 38 North website. The link had been closed in February 2020 when Kim Jong Un sealed his borders against the emerging Covid-19 threat.


Great. Why the fuck should Russia follow US rules based order anymore now that relationship btw them is effectively over. Trading goes brr


Are people currently starving? Is there another famine coming?


Would worship.


why would there be? IIRC there's been no food problems since the 90s


North Korea: Residents tell BBC of neighbours starving to death


>no actual video/audio testimony



Name three times the BBC lied about their interviews. I would be impressed with even one really.



That interview is real and took place, even if the subject may be biased. But why would a real North Korean living in the country lie? It's understandable that their face/voice gets concealed for the sake of their safety, but faking interviews altogether is not what the BBC does.


>The BBC has secretly interviewed three ordinary people in North Korea, with the help of the organisation Daily NK which operates a network of sources in the country.
Even if the BBC did not deliberately lie, I have no doubts some S-Korean, US-backed NGO would


the BBC can't lie it has to tell the truth by law!


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all the uyghur shit


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During a surprise inspection of a factory on the outskirts on Pyongyang, Kim Jong Un stumbled upon an illegal underground rave 😳😵‍💫The ravers, expecting to be sent to camp or have entire family executed with AAGun, were stunned to see KJU instead join the party


>Name three times the BBC lied
Wow fam thanks for making such an easy challenge.


>weekend rioting claimed at least 156 lives

what the fugg? :^D


American puppets from the WUC stirring shit up. Thankfully those days are over.


>Pics 1 and 2
They're quoting someone and make sure to specify that this statement is from this particular individual and not an established truth - this is just regular reporting. These are two different sources also, so it's not like the BBC made up two different stories.
>Pic 3
This picture doesn't show up once in the actual article. https://www.bbc.com/news/business-56423366


Anybody know whether the full lineup of Moranbong band is going to do a reunion tour and is there any chance if they do they'll tour internationally?


BBC rekt


all the yeonmi park memes are giving me hope that people aren't buying this shit any more


>with the help of the organisation Daily NK
This is a south Korean organization with the sole purpose of making up shit about the north


So is this suicide story another hoax again?


>New York Post takes this Associated Press wire and changes the headline completely to be insulting
>doesn't otherwise edit the report


And I noticed a contradiction in this recent report, though maybe not intentional. It says the intranet isn't accessible to most North Korean. But later mentions this figure:
>Around 50 to 80 percent of adults may now have mobile phones, allowing them to text and call family members.
In recent years many of these are cheap smartphones. Which are often connectable to the intranet.


they are not really connected to the global internet but they do have a there own local internet network.


Why did Best Korea removed all references to Marx and Communism from their constitution in 2009? What did they mean by this?



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>AES discourse
>washington post


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It's real. They did in fact remove any references to communism in their constitution. Why do you have to cope about it?


>Why did Best Korea removed all references to Marx and Communism from their constitution in 2009?
Proofs? Also imagine taking Western MSM reporting about Best Korea at face value.


>local internet network
It's called an intranet anon.


Because moving towards full communism in the short term is impossible for a small state under siege. Kim still mentions communism in his speeches and it is mentioned in their media too.
There are other examples of Marxist-Leninist states which did not have the word "communism" in the constitution. Albanian constitution did not mention it until 1976, despite being controlled by communists starting in 1944.
Also the Washington Post article is just another example of repeating nonsense made up by southern NGOs.


Didn't they recently return it? Also can't answer to why it was removed.
Also your image is libsus.


>The Cleanest Race
Orientalist nonsense.


>Kim Jong Un gave top officials in North Korea copies of Adolf Hitler's autobiography, Mein Kampf, as gifts on his birthday last January, according to a report in New Focus International
<a newspaper written largely by North Korean defectors

>North Korea condemns Hitler Mein Kampf report


this makes me wonder how many anons own a copy of mein kampf. I'm actually quite proud of mine - it's like a cool relic.


We all know who he considered to be the true successor to Stalin.
<the virgin dengist handshake meme vs. the chad DPRK royal welcome

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxxPV321R4w https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ru642KUH-Ds


>We all know who


First of all it’s important to note that the constitution of the DPRK never mentioned Communism, or even Socialism until 1972.
These were the changes that occurred concerning Communism:

(Pre-2009 version of Article 29)
Socialism and Communism are built by the creative labour of the working masses, who have been freed from exploitation and oppression. The State renders the labour of our working people, who do not worry about unemployment, more joyful and worthwhile, so that they willingly work with conscious enthusiasm and creativeness for society, organizations and for themselves.
(Modern Version of Article 29)
Socialism is built by the creative labour of the working people. Labour in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is independent and creative labour of the working people, freed from exploitation and oppression. The State renders the labour of our working people, to whom unemployment is unknown, more joyful and worthwhile, so that they willingly work with conscious enthusiasm and creativeness for society, the collective and themselves.

(Pre-2009 Version of Article 40)
The DPRK shall, by carrying out a thorough cultural revolution, train the working people to be builders of Socialism and Communism equipped with a profound knowledge of nature and society and a high level of culture and technology, thus making the whole of society intellectual.
(Modern Version of Article 40)
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea shall, by carrying out a thorough cultural revolution, train all the people to be builders of Socialism equipped with a profound knowledge of nature and society and a high level of culture and technology, thus making all the people well-versed in science and technology.

I couldn’t find an english translation for the older version of Article 43, basically it first mentioned people of the Communist type, then people of the Juche type, now it has been rewritten to pillars of Socialism.
(Modern Version of Article 43)
The State shall embody the principles of socialist pedagogy so as to raise the rising generation to be genuine patriots who will fight for society and collective, for the country and the people, to be pillars of Socialism who are knowledgeable, morally sound and physically healthy.

Those were the only mentions of Communism that existed in the entire constitution.


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Damn that's pretty nice. reminds me of the time Uncle Ho wwent to the orphanage to take down the barbed wire the nasty french put up and told the staff to pay more attention and love to the orphans.


Smart move


Oh cool, clips from Echo of Truth's sadly deleted vlog are still floating around out there.


Is there any capitalist country as sanctioned as Best Korea, and as successful?


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https://www.cnn.com › asia › us-nat…
US soldier believed to be detained by North Korea after crossing border


They should just make him tour pyongyang


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Some update:
Appearently the guy was going willingly and even heard laughing when he went over kek


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Italian media says he disappeared in "the world's scariest place".


"He let out a loud HAHAHA noise as he ran into North Korea" 🤣




He will surely regret that decision guys…. Peepepoopo


"US soldier who 'defected to North Korea' shouted 'ha ha ha' as he ran over border"
Take notes yankees of military age


Inside one of the articles used as proof it is staged:
>Look, I don’t know if the North Korean government paid for the trip, or had any involvement at all in these videos.


He should go on North Korean television and tell stories about how westerners have to pull the trains when the fuel runs out.


He looks like a real human bean.


nah the dprk is civilized, they gonna give him a job as an actor to play the evil american in action movies.
although he could go on tv to explain why he felt better to defect rather than go back and have to pay his student debt himself


they're aware that NK borders china ? he can go anywhere not nato aligned
oh they're retards

>disciplinary reasons
is pretty vague.


Don't know what he did. Probably just some ridiculous shit such as a drug test. Don't think becoming a super villain actor and English teacher for the rest of your life sounds worse than being in American military prison.


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thoughts ?


This is the document btw


>private markets make up 30-50% of the DPRK economy
That's an overestimate
>it's good btw because liberalizing economy
No it's not good and taean work system is best cuz worker democracy anyway


>That's an overestimate
Considering the fact that in China, Vietnam, Lao etc. most of the economy is run by private sector and even state companies operate under market mechanisms like a private company without any quota… Its quite possible imo


Also many special economic zones with legalized private sector are also springing up throughout DPRK


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don't care
didn't watch
can smell the liberal on him

anybody who talks any amount of shit about the DPRK without pointing out that the situation was created by US intervention needs to get mocked into the shadow realm and have their reputation ruined as a white supremacist


in north korea there is only one water park, and when westerners visit it you have to pretend it is fun, only one water park


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bros is he /ourguy/?


the amount of bullshit the US does with their own citizens unpunished means someone ca be a like a korean gusano telling absurd tales that are a actually true.



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The defector's name is Travis King.
He's living up to his name.


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Saw "North Korea" trending on twitter but there's good stuff in there.


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>Andrei Lankov
He's a post-Soviet anti-communist academic who repeatedly spreads nonsense.
The private economic activity that does exist is mostly an illegal black market and this is a consequence of the crisis of the 90s and the continued sanctions afterwards. This is always exaggerated in western media to seem like DPRK is going to privatize at any moment for the last 30 years.


What about the special economic zones then ? Heard many businesses from China, Russia are pouring in investment and constructing infrastructure there


literally the whole point of having SEZ is getting capital investment to develop industrial capacity and get foreign currencies without having to reform the whole economy


That was the excuse that countries like Vietnam, China etc. gave at first but we all know what happened. Their actual plan was to experiment with market step by step and implement it throughout the country


Seems burger hours have arrived, time for me to check out.

Be well comrades.


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More detail about the American who defected:
>Army Private 2nd Class Travis King, 23, was accused of punching a man several times in the face at a club on September 25 last year, Seoul court records indicate. Two weeks later, on October 8, Korean authorities responded to another dust-up involving King, who was allegedly displaying “aggressive behavior,” according to the court documents. When police put him in the backseat of the patrol car, King reportedly spouted expletives and insults aimed at Koreans, the South Korean army, and the police. He then kicked the patrol car door several times, resulting in about 584,000 won, or $460, in damages, the ruling said.


i doubt north korea's gonna want anything to do with him, sounds like a loser


it all is merely but learned burger behavior. they will try to study him, rehabilitate him, and teach him the ways of a civilized society. There is still some use and humanity within him. it can be fostered


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been looking more into north korea recently. not just because of the defector, although that also piqued my interest. i originally had no idea that not only was there a travel ban for us citizens, but that the us itself imposed it.



Yep, it's surprising to discover that it's open for tourism (well, I haven't checked since the pandemic, but it certainly was). And that they have a pretty cool water park and aquarium.
My school (5EYES but not burger) was actually approached to do a student exchange program with an NK school, although that idea didn't go down to well with conservative rich-neighbourhood families, I heard. There are enough exchange students and Western teachers (e.g. language, compsci) for it to make news every once in a while.


>What's the source on this beautiful image.
Page 47 of the pdf book ive attached.
>image was doctored
All space shots of light from earth are.

(Cross posted from another thread)


South Korea has double the population and an economy maybe a 100 times bigger, North Korea is still a somewhat agrarian country that depends on food aid, whose economy is heavily impaired by American, EU, Russian and UNSC sanctions, that is spending most available resources on the military.
They just don't have the capacity to generate near the amount of electricity the south or China do, it's frankly ridiculous to say NASA is conspiring to make NK look bad, Chinese and Russian pictures would show the same thing NASA pictures show.


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Shoigu appearently gonna make a visit




>Openly support Russia
>Call the president of the United States a rabid dog who needs to be put down
>Have China as one of your only major trading partners, talk shit about them anyway
>Be threatened to be cut off of world trade if you test some nukes, do it anyway

Feels good to have actual sovereignty, doesn't it, /leftypol/bros?


How did they talk shit about China? Did they call them revisionist or something?


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sure does


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dubs fail


They criticized China in state media when China voted for sanctions in the UNSC and when China condemned the nuke testing


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Today is the 70th anniversary of the armistice.


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>Did they call them revisionist
No he sent a message to Xi congraulating the CPC and saying that they were 'both on the Socialist Path' not too long ago.


lmao how did i miss this
> SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea’s state media on Friday stepped up a personal attack on former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden for slandering its leader, calling the Democratic presidential candidate “a rabid dog” that needed to be put down.


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> “It was the last-ditch efforts of the rabid dog expediting his death,” KCNA said. “Rabid dogs like Baiden (sic) can hurt lots of people if they are allowed to run about. They must be beaten to death with a stick, before it is too late.”




The only reason why NK looks weird to Anglos is because they do not remember what genuine humans act like.


based and epic, interesting to see the shiny new equipment the KPA is fielding


To be fair i watched the documentary about Laibach playing in BK and it was pretty wholesome.
Was not just any anglo's either it was BBC on TV.


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After reading about various US soldiers defecting to North Korea, I'll bet Travis King is living very well.


Suprised this hasn't made its way here yet:


Fellow Traveler made a 3 hour documentary on North Korean history.


Best Korea


Holy shit this is phenomenal.
I knew I should've read that DPRK book by Anna Louise Strong, I guess I'll have to add that to my list now.


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good write up on anti-dprk propaganda and the 38North/DailyNK glow




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Wonderful news everybody, Burkina Faso restores ties with Best Korea.

The world is healing.


I haven't been reading about them, but I suspect the circumstances of the defection are pretty different to King's. The accounts of King's made it sound like they was some based retard having a joke.



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>plays Erika over US General Douglas MacArthur


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Update on the American soldier who defected to the DPRK:


<KCNA Report on Interim Findings of Investigation into American Solider

>Pyongyang, August 16 (KCNA) – KCNA issued the following report:

>In the joint security area of Panmunjom on July 18, Juche 112 (2023), there happened an incident in which Travis King, a private 2nd class of the U.S. Army in south Korea, illegally intruded into the territory of the DPRK.

>At 15:30 on July 18, King, who accompanied tourists to the joint security area of Panmunjom, came to be kept under control by soldiers of the Korean People's Army on duty as he deliberately intruded into the area of the DPRK side between the room for the DPRK-U.S. military contacts and the rest room of security officers along the Military Demarcation Line.

>According to an investigation by a relevant organ of the DPRK, Travis King admitted that he illegally intruded into the territory of the DPRK.

>During the investigation, Travis King confessed that he had decided to come over to the DPRK as he harbored ill feeling against inhuman maltreatment and racial discrimination within the U.S. Army.

>He also expressed his willingness to seek refugee in the DPRK or a third country, saying that he was disillusioned at the unequal American society.

>The investigation continues. -0-

>www.kcna.kp (Juche112.8.16.)


They are gonna send his ass home.


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Myao mentioned


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Thats embarassing for the US lol


Huge collection of textbooks from the DPRK in Korean


Follow on video https://www.youtube.com/live/xpOq2-0373s

In regards to questions about whether Best Korea is socialist or not; Workplace democracy.

How do you think they were able to maintain a high tech society under the embargoes they've endured.



based DPRK saving babies from being boiled



>calls self a communist

>eats up bougie anticommunist propaganda

Its more common than you think!


The only source: one article from an American newspaper quoting Peruvian government
>wow our commies are so crazy that other commies support us against them


https://philippinerevolution.nu/statements/ndfp-celebrates-the-76th-anniversary-of-the-glorious-workers-party-of-korea/ (October 2021)
>The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) extends the warmest revolutionary greetings to the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) as it celebrates its 76th anniversary in the leadership of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). The alliance of underground revolutionary organizations of the Filipino people fighting for national freedom and democracy has profound respect and admiration for the party of the working class and people of North Korea—the party that led the struggle for a country that is independent from imperialism and is building socialism.



Fair point honestly.


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10 years ago.


watched it, pretty good, although he could have mentioned the bacteriological warfare and the fact that UN without true china and USSR was basically nato
I'd have liked more digging into the modern political system of dprk too.
tbf his vid is already 3h+.




>these fucking comments
Westerners will believe anything lmao




Westerners will always find some way to shit on the DPRK


Clapistanis clap for the burger flag when they are just indentured servants to the bourgeoisie and the police will clap them if they don't clap enough for HFCS and Red #5.


the same mfs who will thank nazi soldiers for their service in reddit comments


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based korea hacks over 40 million in crypto from casino scammers


Some important developments are happening


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One day I was scrolling through Instagram when I came across an image that is pretty much similar to pic related. It's made by Milos Popovic, for your information…


I feel like all this stuff about N Korean hackers is bullshit. N Korea is so societally isolated from the greater international culture that people are even able to make expensive movies about killing certain political figures something that for example has not happened with Russia or China for example. I feel like this is just a bullshit excuse to justify a fuck up or to steal money


pics or stfu


what a dumb post, comrade


I think they are real and based.
It's the kind of shit all nations do, cyber crime that is but based and regularly targets the enemies of us all.


this picture is bullshit, it's been debunked a thousand times already
source for the pic is page 46-47 in this pdf


Lazarus is a well-established APT.
Not only does it make complete sense for them to have a state-sponsored cyber capability, it would be embarrassing if they didn't for the last ten years.
I keep my support for these groups critical (they're frequently finance-driven opportunists who would ransom a hospital and your water supply if it were an effective way to get money), but Lazarus consistently focuses on big-fish financial targets (banks, crypto, media, pharma), Western cyber researchers, and governments/military (esp. South Korea). So critical support.


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Materialist explanation?


more context would be appreciated. I think it is necessary to understand that multiculturalism under free market is a different thing from multiculturalism not in a free market society. Cultures under free market get simplified and objectified and turned into commodities that get turned into parodies of the original, still doesn’t justify the statement made in the text. Also it is likely that further two parts of Korea develop further they become more different in culture, language and values which makes unification less likely and more violent, this could be the reason for this statement.


literally written : they want to reunite korea while the south korean porkies want to import cheap labor and let US and japanese porkies impose their globalized bourgeois culture where nations doesnt matter, only capital.
it obviously have harmful reactionary tendencies, but nationalism can be progressive and their unique context makes it not that harmful: I doubt its gonna lead to any repression of the illegal underclass of immigrants in dprk cause they dont exist.
On the other hand, the multicultural celebration of sk is just thin progressive paint on the exploitation of migrant workers and integration into the globalized and merchandised capitalist culture


Standard bourgeois nationalist line. Rather than viewing socialist society as the only context in which a truly multinational, multiracial society can exist with real equality (USSR during its revolutionary period and Cuba being prime examples) they are uncritically accepting the bourgeois conception of race as scientific and irreconcilable, and of nation as only being able to persist in a "homogeneous" (a word/conception which inherently requires the idealist erasure of internal contradictions) society.

The idea of the "homogeneous" nation or state is absurd on its face and is a historical falsehood. Even the so-called "homogeneous" status of the Nordic states (which many reactionaries cite as the reason why their social-democracy "works", as opposed to social-imperialism), is a mythology constructed by these states as a means to both legitimize themselves and pave the way for the bourgeois/fascist project of exploiting the land and peoples they control. Ask the Sámi people how homogeneous a society Sweden, Norway, or Finland is, I'm sure they'd be happy to enlighten you as to how many were murdered to achieve that illusion. It's especially absurd to view the "multinational, multiracial" concept as nothing more than a means to "Americanize" Korea. The United States itself actively seeks homogeneity despite the claims of the "progressive" wing of its fascism. There are tens (if not hundreds) of thousands of indigenous women alive today who have been sterilized by Federal and state governments against their will. Black culture is wrung out and commodified for all its worth and discarded when white people are finished with it. Immigrants are told that we are a "melting pot" while their cherished family and cultural practices are regarded with fear and revulsion until they warp them into barely-recognizable husks more palatable to white tastes. In every instance "homogeneity" is nothing more than a mask the dominant nation puts on to pretend it doesn't need to come to terms with its own chauvinism. "Why work on myself?" it says, "everyone agrees with me anyways!" A so-called "Worker's Party" adopting that conception and not doing an iota of work to analyze the conditions of its greatest global enemy (evidenced by its absurdly out-of-touch view of the US) is deeply alarming.

Their conception of "multiracial" is similarly alarming. Like >>1602410 said, there is a legitimate critique to be made of these concepts in the context of bourgeois society, where they cannot genuinely exist and instead act as smokescreens for national exploitation and imperialism. For those of us fighting for the construction of the dictatorship of the proletariat it's critical that we have a firm conception of what's scientific and what isn't. Race, in any respect, is an unscientific term with no material basis. Bourgeois forces hastily and messily redefine it constantly once each conceptualization is revealed as unworkable. First it was about spirit (or original sin even!), then it was about skull shape and IQ, then it was about genetic traits, and now we're throwing in mitochondrial DNA. Whatever arbitrary correlation pseudoscientists thought they found would be magically the reason why one group in western society is dominant over all others, and the differences between the "civilized" and "uncivilized" the reason why social strife persists. No, class struggle cannot possibly be a thing, there aren't material differences in interest between different sections of production, you see Stalin was really just a dumb Asiatic Georgian and that's why he was a communist! Yet constantly bourgeois ideologues are hounded by the age-old (and correct) statement that "correlation doesn't equal causation" and are only able to maintain race as an immutable, "scientific" trait by restricting the masses view of the greater context that these trends arise in. Race quickly falls apart with even cursory knowledge of the genuine causes of inequality and destitution in capitalist society, and on the intellectual front the emerging study of epigenetics is likewise challenging dominant pseudoscience.

All of this is to say that the principal relevancy of race to the communist movement is in seeking reparations for what racialized people are owed from the bourgeois class (as part of the wider project of the oppression of that class in the DotP) and actively challenging the racialized superstructure in bourgeois society which maintains a class collaborationist attitude among many. The correct response to western "multiracial" narratives is to correctly state that only socialism and later communism can actually bring about such an equal and equitable society. Instead, the Worker's Party accepts bourgeois pseudoscience as fact and, rather than fighting against the west on the home turf of the scientific working class, has decided to fight on the terrain the west has chosen for them. They're being baited into a trap position to alienate them from the wider movement, and fell for it hook, line, and sinker. I would be less harsh about these critiques if the Worker's Party still showed any real interest in taking part in these international line struggles and actually sought to be a part of the International Communist Movement, but they have made it clear that they are uninterested outside of performative greetings and window dressing.


Shitty translation and the ROK does use multiraciality to present itself as better than the DPRK, in a way that could be likened to leftypol users' favorite subject of discussion, idpol. This is also be hinted at by the quotation marks around "multiracial society" and the sudden cutoff of the text could hint to a deliberately misrepresented meme image.


*quotations around "multiracial society" in the sense that capitalist conception of it is bullshit


It's a correct translation. The full text is pretty easy to find online. For example: https://espressostalinist.com/2015/07/30/the-dprk-on-race/

Link also includes further links to sources in the original Korean, in case you wanna verify the translation yourself.


So, how do people justify North Korea abducting Japanese citizens?


Japan raped, murdered, and enslaved Koreans for decades and to this day refuses to admit any fault in that, and yet we're supposed to cry rivers about a handful of Japs (literally a dozen or so, not the multiple hundreds that the Japanese invented) getting interned. Japan is so fucking ridiculous when it comes to playing the victim in every scenario, they rape and genocide their way through China and people like you will cry about poor Japan being a victim of the war.


Every side was doing this in the cold war + Japanese media exaggerated it and marked hundreds of people went missing or died in Japan as abducted + some were actually voluntary defectors + Kim Jong Il admitted and apologized for the few legitimate cases in 2002 (blaming it on some people in security services acting against orders) and returned those who wanted to return


>So, how do people justify North Korea abducting Japanese citizens?
I personally don't. In what context?


I see. The translation could well be leaving out important details. I do not read korean well enough to translate but articles published by even international korean news agencies still tend to be mechanical and even lacking in some cases.


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Twitter is going crazy over kim jong-un's new drip


st enough weight that he looks slimmer whilst not in a suit.
good for him!


Damn, dude's looking good! The hat's a good vibe.


how is he so fat


Caloric surplus


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The Koreans really sent this american black back to the land of the KKK to be mass incarcerated huh?
That's fucked.. Basically gave him a death sentence.


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daily reminder


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It's over. It has reached its conclusion. The current state of affairs have ceased. They will never recover from this


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East asian communist, and East asian capitalist fail to recognize the danger of neo-confucian(the embodiment of patriarchy) which make sk has a lot of incel problem while ccp got left over male problem.


Not under EctoLife's watch. Trillions will be born.


In 100 years, the natural born will be racist towards test tube babies.


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Test tube babies seem like a pretty great deal
>no painful birth
>no 9 months of spinal load
>can do meth and shit who cares lol


will improve women’s position in the society, and perhaps even men’s. Also in a way it might help children with being seen as separate entities from their parents.


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<Reuters - South Korea uses AI to measure North Korean leader's weight, lawmaker says
>SEOUL, May 31 (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is believed to weigh over 140 kg (308 lb) according to an artificial intelligence (AI) estimate, a South Korean lawmaker said on Wednesday in a remark reflecting abiding interest in the health of the North's secretive ruler.
finally, a useful application of AI


308lbs of PURE SEX


<S. Korea Considers Suspension of Deconfliction Agreement with N. Korea Because of Hamas Attack
>South Korean Defense Minister Shin Won-shik is pushing Seoul to abandon a 2018 agreement that reduced the military presence along the demilitarized zone (DMZ). The military official believes North Korea could use tactics similar to Hamas to attack South Korea. The potential for Seoul to walk away from the deal meant to reduce tension on the peninsula comes as the chances for military confrontation between the US and North Korea has skyrocketed under the Joe Biden administration.
>Shin, who was appointed as Defense Minister on Saturday, argued that withdrawing from the agreement was necessary. “Hamas has attacked Israel, and the Republic of Korea is under a much stronger threat,” he said. “To counter (that threat), we need to be observing (North Korean military movements) with our surveillance assets, to gain prior knowledge of whether they are preparing provocations or not. If Israel had flown aircraft and drones to maintain continuous monitoring, I think they might have not been hit like that.”
>It is unclear why Shin believes North Korea, a nuclear power, would utilize the same tactics as Hamas, a stateless militia.
>The 2018 agreement signed between then-South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un created a buffer zone along the DMZ that prevents military confrontations. The deal was inked during a period of warning relations on the Korean Peninsula that was driven by Moon, and fostered by then-President Donald Trump’s willingness to reduce the American military presence and war games in South Korea.
>However, President Biden and Yoon have taken a more aggressive approach. Washington and Seoul have conducted several rounds of provocative military drills. Additionally, the White House has committed to deploying more weapons that can launch nuclear weapons to South Korea.
>On Thursday, the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier, and the fleet of warships in its strike group, arrived in South Korea. The ships will conduct trilateral war games with Japan and South Korea.
>North Korea sees trilateral military operations between Washington, Tokyo, and Seoul as the White House attempting to create an “Asian NATO.” Officials in Pyongyang have repeatedly warned that the US-led military activity on the Korean Peninsula is pushing the region towards a nuclear war.


In the DPRK is there any presumption of innocence until proven guilty?
Or do they prove guilt before a trial even begins (as in a show trial)?
Is this written in any constitution?
How does the legal system work in practice as opposed to how its written?


you can prolly find the legal docs and laws codifying it, but good luck to find someone that can talk about how it works in practice



According to industry insiders North Korea could soon increase the cost of visiting the country, as well as converting from the Euro to the US dollar to settle accounts.

In a post released by Young Pioneer Tours the company stated that their ““partners in North Korea and beyond” have indicated the DPRK will change its preferred currency for settling tour company accounts from euros to dollars.

The reason for North Korea wanting, or rather needing to move to the US dollar is more about pragmatism than choice.

The strength of the dollar and its relative stability compared to the Euro make it not only more appealing, but also in some ways a necessity.

Key foreign goods, such as oil are still largely traded in dollars, with the US arguably going to war in both Iraq and Libya in order to preserve what some refer to as the PetroDollar.

This though is a situation that has the potential to change and not in favour of the United States, with Russia and China, the two major trading partners of North Korea now settling many transactions in RMB, rather than the US dollar. China in particular has been a firm advocate in pushing the RMB as an alternative reserve currency, although its chances of replacing the dollar in the short=term at least are considered slim.

Russia for its part is also now insisting that buyers of its natural resources, particularly countries from the Eurozone do so in Russian Roubles, meaning more and more countries are seeking alternatives to being controlled by US financiers. And if the BRICS countries eventually do manage to set up a currency that can rival the dollar for the settling of international trade for oil and beyond, then the days of the United States being able to financially bully the nations of the world may well become a thing of the past.


USA but in North Korea TV Style


Of course the DPRK adheres to the principle "innocent until proven guilty" - at least officially. They also officially adhere to the right of free speech, right to assemble, and so on. The official statecraft and legislature isn't that edgy or shocking but pretty basic. But then again, as the anon said, good look finding someone who can tell you how it works in practice.

I imagine things not being black or white. Apolitical crimes like thievery, fraud or sexual assault may expect a fair unbiased trial. With crimes against the state, it's hard to imagine that trials are unbiased (I mean they are not in the West either) but you can probably still find minor ones where proceedings are fair.


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Does North Korea have these it feels pretty extreme


>fake meritocratic bullshit test with corruption for porkies kids to justify the insanely unequal system
doesnt seem likely


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Is it true that North Korean man get state mandate wife?


In the possible case of hot battle in the Pacific, will the DPRK get in on the action? Will they just go for ROK or assist the PRC?


Most Asian countries have something like that.


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do radio free Asia even try anymore?


Not quite. China banned all private cram schools 2 years ago.


I know from experience that they just changed their names started offering "art courses" or other skills that were not effected by the education reform law then just taught what they used to anyway.

It did however kill a huge amount of them.


Do liberals really believe that there aren't internal elections for communist party positions and that multiple parties are not the same thing as multiple candidates? I bet the workers' party of korea had elections since the day it was founded.


they're not real elections unless you have repubs/democrats or labour/torys


they don't care unless you can "Theoretically" elect any retard from any party and let money influence the politics


Congratulations on the spy satellite launch🥳🥳🥳


South Korea: Man gets 14-month jail term for praising North in poem

A South Korean court has sentenced a 68-year-old man to 14 months in jail for praising the North in a poem.

Lee Yoon-seop advocated for unification in his piece that was published in the North's state media in 2016, South Korean media report.

He wrote that if the two Koreas were united under Pyongyang's socialist system, people would get free housing, healthcare and education.

He was convicted under a law that prohibits public praise of North Korea.

In the piece titled Means of Unification, Lee also argued that in a united Korea, fewer people will take their own lives or live in debt.

The poem was one of the winners of a poetry contest in the North in November 2016.

Lee had been jailed for 10 months in the past for a similar offence, The Korea Herald reported.

In its ruling on Monday, a Seoul court said he "continued to generate and disseminate a considerable amount of propaganda that glorified and praised the North", the Korea Herald said.

He posted comments online praising North Korea's military in 2013, while posting anti-state content on South Korean blogs and websites in subsequent years.

South Korea's National Security Act outlaws the praise and promotion of "anti-government" organisations.



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Nowhere in this video does it show Kim is crying bcuz of low birth rates yet media has spun it that way. Thoughts ?


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Adam Johnson's North Korea's law of journalism in action


another worst korea L


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the fuckin glowies and brainlet tier journos keep getting away with this


DPRK has fast food, the East has fallen


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IIrc Cuba has a system where candidates for various legislative positions are nominated by selecting from lists nominees put forward by local citizens at public meetings. Single candidates are selected from among the nominees by secret ballot and then confirmed in an election where they are the only person on the ballot. Libs criticize this system by saying "look there's only one person on the ballot!" and ignoring the whole (highly democratic and participatory process) of how they got there.


>Cuba has a system where candidates for various legislative positions are nominated by selecting from lists nominees put forward by local citizens at public meetings.
>. Single candidates are selected from among the nominees by secret ballot and then confirmed in an election where they are the only person on the ballot.
literally actual democracy, people choose who is gonna be the candidate and vote who gonna win, different than liberal "Democracy" whene any clown can choose to compete and win based on popularity contests.


>Air koryo is the worst airline they say


Holy fuck I haven't seen anything more real then this


But what's the point on the last ballot if the previous one already selected the candidate?


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Report on 9th Enlarged Plenum of 8th WPK Central Committee
way too long to paste everything in here but it talks about how the "peaceful reunification" policy of the DPRK is not possible anymore due to escalations by south korea and the US and how they're changing gears


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some north korea travel vids i found on instagram


>The DPRK fired about 200 artillery shells in the area of the South Korean islands of Yeonpyeong and Paengnyeon. Residents of the islands were ordered to evacuate


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They can't keep getting away with it


best korea striking while the iron is hot


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>North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, second right, with his daughter and his wife Ri Sol Ju, left, attends a performance to celebrate the New Year in Pyongyang, North Korea, Sunday, Dec. 31, 2023.


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Did he gain weight? I could have sworn he lost a lot of weight a little while ago.


Yeah it looks like he gained some weight and his family gained weight too. They all must have been winter maxxing because their heating unit was broken.


Pro-NK Sweden was one of those little miracles.


>white karan come to starving korean
>steal hat
shamefur dispray


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Yeah can anyone explain to me why the North Koreans kicked him out so quickly and brashly? I don't like how timid the DPRK has become on openly showing off its socialist and liberationary image.


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Don't worry, they uncucked themselves.
>SEOUL, Jan 16 (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Monday called for the constitution to be changed to ensure that South Korea is seen as the "primary foe" and warned his country did not intend to avoid war should it happen, state media KCNA reported on Tuesday.
>Kim said the constitution should be amended to educate North Koreans that South Korea is a "primary foe and invariable principal enemy" and define the North's territory as separate from the South.
>North Korea should also plan for "completely occupying, subjugating and reclaiming" South Korea in the event of a war, and South Koreans should also no longer be referred to as fellow countrymen, Kim added, calling for the severing of all inter-Korean communication and the destruction of a monument to reunification in Pyongyang.


As much as this is a positive change. I still feel North Korea is afraid of socialism, even if it is in fact socialist.
I still can't really forgive Kim for deporting a willing and frankly valiable defector.


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Yeah, looks like the Norks are 100% against reunification now.


North Korea says it has conducted test of underwater nuclear weapons system
whatever that means


probably a nuclear submarine like the one the US has right next to their coast
they are against Peaceful reunification.


it's over


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New posters.


I wonder about some of the rules in NK. Do you HAVE to go to events like celebrations and funerals?? I don't like crowds and prefer to keep to myself. Is there any (non capitalist) papers or books on this?


Anon they can't fit the entire population of North Korea in Pyongyang.


this is one of the reasons Sweden has an embassy in the DPRK. sadly if we enter NATO that may change
they have necromancy, surely Juche scientists can cook up some kind of shrink ray as well


Kim's speeches can get a little wet around the eyes. Like he'll say something about people making sacrifices for the country and things like that. I don't think it's anything unusual.


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Are they ever going to give up with their monarchism? Let's be real here.
I find it a bit embarrasing for any socialist that likes the DPRK


clearly you don't understand how the WPK works since there are premiers of the party entirely unrelated to the kims who have more power than him


On the crying thing – an image of Chinese soldiers crying is a common meme with the anti-Chinese crowd. They were singing a song about saying goodbye to their families as they head off to do army stuff. It's an emotional song with a lot of sentimental value. But in certain cultures I suppose you're considered weak or a pussy to show emotions like that. That's a pretty repressive idea, in my opinion.


Burger NPCs can't handle it when people show genuine emotion.


Sure, but the leader of the nation still always belongs to the Kim family. The fuck is up with that? It's disgusting, I hate monarchies.


They said the same about Cuba.


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Let's be real, reunification can only happen if the DPRK falls to capitalism or if South Korea gets its own revolution.

It would be insane for the SKorean puppet government as it has existed since its fouding to reunite with their northern neighbour. The US would never allow it.


>Sure anon, I will ignore everything you just said about how the DPRK government works and continue to spout anti-DPRK propaganda I heard from western outlets.


Not gonna argue but consider that North Korea is the most democratic system ever established in the Korean peninsula, that began with spontaneous committes in mid-20th century. Before that Korea was occupied by Japan and further in the past dominated by the Choson monarchy and its landlords.

The Kims are popular because Kim Il Sung is a founding father figure for this new Korean era. It is somewhat inevitable giving capitalist occupation of the South.

I think a resurgement in the international communist movement by new major revolutions could solve genuine points of critic such as bureaucratism, nationalism and isolation from international theorical debates really quickly in DPRK's case. Until then there's present conditions.


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>liberals when people from DPRK clap


If liberals realized they were the sheeple they would have an aneurism


>Americans clap in an airplane
Wow. Look at those brainwashed fools. They're fed so much propaganda they don't even realize that properly landing a plane is perfectly mundane anywhere else in the world. Let's pray China rips America to shreds and liberates those who have the brain to see through the bullshit


This shit is goody asf. But I personally saw Turks crying over Ataturk and doing all kinds of goofy shit, so the whole crying at Kim Ill Sungs funeral doesn’t seem that weird. Also Burgers literally build their entire personalities around dick riding the founding daddies.


I chuckled at the vid though


When Tito died people were crying. Tens of thousands of people went into the streets and cried. On lonely bus stops and train stations in the middle of nowhere people broke down and cried.

I don't think they cried for Tito personally, but for what he represented and meant, they cried because it was an end of an age. People knew things were not going to be the same, and I assume people sensed things were going to get bad.


Mao's funeral. The PRC state funeral tune goes heavy.

I knew a woman who remembered when FDR died and people cried a lot.


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that's sad, why would they get rid of it? even if reunification isn't going great now, who knows what could happen


yeah it is pretty weird, maybe this is a normal way to express yourself in east asia though I don't know, wii sports is from there afterall


>Asians are just being themselves like they have been for centuries.
>Liberals freak out because they don't know any better.


Oh those Asians.


>name of his daughter is reported by a former NBA player

Can't they, like, just ask Koreans themselves about their leaders?


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Remember when everyone was laughing at Kim's haircut, how he made his citizens wear the same haircut, and now everyone is shaving their sides? DPRK DICTATES WORLD HAIR FASHION


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A Jaka Parker video from the streets of Pyongyang was posted on reddit.

Jaka Parker was living in Pyongyang with his wife, who was a diplomat in the Indonesian embassy, so he had a lot of leeway to go around and film. He uploaded a bunch of videos from the DPRK when he was there, but je said it was difficult cause internet was slow and unreliable. As part of the embassy he had access to the regular internet (I'm guessing they allow embassies VPN access in their home countries). You can see more of his cycling videos and others on his channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuYqSDuNZmZTtpAXo2NaCaZaL23T4UJ-q

The response is predictable. Liberals will believe all this crazy, really put there shit about the DPRK then in the same breath say "Those North Koreans believe all kinds of crazy stuff and know nothing about the world!" It'd be a cool thing if it was in some dystopian sci-fi novel, but this is our reality. Those people represent the majority in the West.


>no obnoxious outdoor advertisements
>"this is like a video game that skimped out on world development"
this is actually one of the most dystopian things I've read


Looks East Europe-ish, former USSR-ish. Something like Harbin, probably


As someone correctly pointed out in the comments (there are people defending it) it looks like a country where most of its cities and urban environments were destroyed and had to focus on building quickly and functional, they didn't have time or resources to spend on aesthetics.


It's pretty amazing that people believe that koreans are so poor that everyone eats rats, yet so rich that they can build a bunch of empty unused real estate for the sole purpose of fooling foreigners, and see absolutely no contradiction.


These pictures make me unironically kms.
I hate you faggots who post reddit.


Go ahead do it


want to*
I think I'll kill an American instead.


They live in a society with an exploding housing problem and also superyachts, why are you surprised they can believe that?


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The Arch of Reunification has officially been demolished.


kinda sad tbh


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Have any of you guys read this


What did they do that?


the time for peace has ended


North Korea is transforming into a new form to increase their power level.


Probably just the recognition that enough time has passed with such different societies that North and South Korea likely won't ever see eye-to-eye based on a common heritage. The arch itself depicts two Korean women in traditional clothing, again a suggestion that Korea can be united based on its previous history as a unified country and tbqh, that's pretty unlikely now regardless of history as they're just too culturally different now. DPRK has its independence and perhaps that's the more important thing than being united with an American colony and absorbing that kind of society, culture and economy *just* because they *used* to be one people.

I think really the ROK feels the same way.


No anon, it's because the DPRK are convinced there can be no peaceful unification.
They're upping the hostility, because South Korea upped it.


It a pretty serious statement then, I get hostilities are high but for most of the Korean war it has been.




Please God if North Korea invades the south let Yeomni Park die first.


i think a renewed korean war will probably involved the chaebols and the cults of south korea forming a mujahadeen of temporarily aligned interests. north korea would have to be in charge of killing religious zealots and mercenaries alongside state officials. even the presidents of south korea mostly work for organizations like the eight goddess cult so it wouldnt be too surprising to me.


South Korea is one of the most corrupt shitholes in all of South East Asia.


>Parker not summarily executed for riding between two citizens instead of the wide path around them
>cameras exist to invade privacy
My hope has been shattered. I am no longer critically supporting the DPRK.


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>volunteering for maintaining and cleaning your neighborhood is 'weirdness' well hopefully they didnt mean it like that
>wow they're risking their life by filming on a gopro
>people walking in evident winter are 'droning along'. edit: people disagreeing with me are NK bots on reddit.com
>the streets are wide so they can drive tanks down them
>"These Pyongyang residents are probably the top 5% of their country so it's very possible they can afford basic things"
>"Litter requires packaging, which requires stores, which requires an economy."
>they're going to kill citizens for littering

there are actually more sane replies than expected, particularly appreciation for lack of commercialization of public space like billboards and the cleanliness, and many idiots are getting called out. but damn, the dumb people make you ponder how a person can become so profoundly thoughtless…


n-no Kim, you can still fix him….



Is South Korea the Florida of Asia?


Now that you mention it. I heard a rumor somewhere that most luxury apartments and the like that are sold for ridiculous sums in New York and the like are mostly just traded back and forth between criminal oligarchs as a way to launder money.

So it seems that the whole "build fancy shit just to fool foreigners" is more endemic to imperialist nations.


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Ah, now it makes sense why Anarchists hate the DPRK so much.


Does anyone know how I can find the December 22nd 1989 edition of Nodong Sinmun?
Its locked here.


>public bathhouse mandate
I kneel


>but damn, the dumb people make you ponder how a person can become so profoundly thoughtless…
There was an episode of The Deprogram where they had an Australian guest who had been to the DPRK. He said that on his tour they passed a corn field, and that other Westerners on the tour were claiming that the corn was fake. Because you know, setting up fake corn to fool a few foreigners would definitely be easier than just actually planting corn.


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>sanitation pass
Atheist wudu; instead of being denied access to prayer/salvation/whatever you're denied access to public facilities
No wonder North Korea makes western christcucks shudder with rage.


North Korea is going all in. All laws related to North-South cooporation are being removed.


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>Pyongyang considers Seoul to be its "most harmful and unchangeable enemy," the leader has said
>Pyongyang must be prepared to seize South Korean territory in the event of an "emergency," North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said.
>In a speech marking the 76th anniversary of the founding of the North Korean Army on Friday, Kim praised the military for "firmly protecting the sovereignty and dignity of the country" from "imperialist military threats, blackmail, and the risk of war."
>[Kim] said his country has "summarized the history of our people's division and confrontation and defined [South] Korean puppets as the most harmful and unchangeable enemy" of Pyongyang.
>Against this backdrop, Kim stated that in the event of an "emergency," North Korean policymakers had "made a national decision to occupy and pacify [South Korean] territory."
>Last month, Kim also called on the national parliament to label South Korea the "number one hostile country."
>Citing US officials, the New York Times reported in January that Washington is worried that North Korea could "take some form of lethal military action" against Seoul. The paper's sources, however, doubted that Pyongyang would risk anything resembling a full-scale attack.
theres gonna be war, doesnt it?


Why doesn't Korea undermine the West by hosting a mega pirate bay server with all that juicy western media on it


cuz tpb is lib


how the fuck is a torrent website lib you fucking retard


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POV: you sneezed during Kim Jong-un's address to the Supreme People's Assembly.


hello my name is russian federation pleased to meet you


the US would see that as a warcrime


>>1569474 welcome back sankara-sama


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Cuba has officially made relations with South Korea


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cuba has been getting more and more lib recently. looks like the blockade has broken them at last.


Currently, I read a Facebook story from someone who just came back from traveling in North Korea, and found out that North Korea is aware of the outside world through smuggled media from South Korea. But the reason mass fleeing never happened is that they are aware that they won't fit in the new hyper-capitalistic, hyper-competitive society, especially aged people.


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>defect to South Korea
>get raped
nothing personal kid


Cuba has fallen
Millions must pay IMF loans


south korean christians are fucked up, man


What can you expect from a CIA run church, let alone one that circumcises men at 18? Literally Spaniard tier colonization.


If you try to test whether freedom really exists in the world, then try starting a nuclear weapon program like North Korea and Iran, then the 'good guys' are coming for you.


Welcome the to western civilization

Reminds of the uncontacted tribes doc where the dude who leaves the tribe for the civilization gets married and cheated on in less than a week


lol shitlibs get fucked (literally!)


Didn't the DPRK start considering the ROK to be a foreign adversary? All this shows is that they waited for DPRK before recognizing the ROK.


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Check out the flag in the camera screen


>People voting for revolutionaries with a connection to the founding struggle of their nation doesn't make that country a "monarchy"
Look, I want the DPRK to succeed, but this is just bullshit. No one "votes" for Kim to be the Leader of the Nation. That's not how democracy works there, not that there's anything better than bourgeois democracy there.


Raul still controls the PCC



Why does every Marxist Leninists state have a shitty system of vote for lower representative who then votes for higher representative? Voting should be at all levels.


the dprk understander has logged on and he’s about to drop some hot knowledge he got from youtube videos



Is it true that DPRK was economically stronger than China before eastern bloc collapsed? Is the poverty we now see a symptom of this event?


it actually makes sense to me. It quickly devolve in a lib popularity contest if you vote for people you dont really have any idea what they actually do, cant talk to, and never worked with. When each level get voted on by their peers, its people they can be reasonably expected to actually know, and might even have worked with in some capacity.
you call it shitty because all you know is bourgeois democracy and somehow thats your gold standard despite its obvious failures.


hell if I know, might have something to do with how most parties started with either guerillas (worse option) or worker's councils (better option). There is also strong contestant in the fact that THEY WERE FUCKIN MODELED AFTER USSR.


This is problem because the USSR model was an adhoc solution to keep the country stable after the revolution. Worker councils (soviets) were disbanded due to counter-revolutionary activity.


Bros do the nord koreans know something, all this seems like they smell blood in the water and are preparing for the opportunity


the will of the korean proletariat


North Korea cancels World Cup qualifier against Japan
<Last-minute decision on Tuesday’s match leaves football bodies searching for alternative venue

Nothing burger? Or is something really bad brewing behind the scenes?


Thry ripped down the unification arch thing too recently. Its certainly heatin up somewhat.


It may take time but eventually something pops. Sizzle gang cant win forever.


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A few days ago, Russia voted to suspend enforcement of the UN sanctions on the DPRK. What could this mean for Russia-DPRK relations? Could this mean military sales to the KPA?


>Worker councils (soviets) were disbanded due to counter-revolutionary activity.

That's revisionism. Councils were THE SOURCE OF POWER in USSR, it was literally in the constitution. SRs and trots were just butthurt over bolsheviks winning and have declared that councils were "disbanded" - ala "your councils aren't real councils because they don't vote for me"


I am friends with the chairman of a Juche study group (I won't say which one because that would be a doxx) who also has already written articles at Rodong Sinmun (the WPK newspaper). He is going to visit Pyongyang soon, and will probably have more freedom to walk around than tourists and journalists.

Any questions /leftypol/ has for him? Any requests?


Just out of curiosity, without trying to sound disrespectful or ignorant:
1) is the agriculture of DPRK growing and being mechanized?
2) Is the country getting closer to develop more independence from external influences, like Russia and China, in the questions of manufactured goods and infraestrucure? (I hope North Korea doesn't get so much dependent of foreign trade and international relations like Cuba rn)


>>1809795 (me)
Noted. There are no dumb questions with this, from what I've seen North Koreans talk quite openly about this.


I wonder if this is payback for the million artillery shells they sent.




So south Korea was the real surveillance state this whole time.




What mandatory military service to an imperialist force does to a mf.
That cook clearly doesn't want to be there. Looks sleep deprived too.


Hwasongpho-16B missile test


how horrible! what adult websites would these illegally aquired voyeur videos be found


The first thing I saw in Worst Korea were airport staff that looked like zombies


How many years do we give South Korea


a. the US empire collapses
b. the international revolution is completed and the communal society and the abolition of the state is reached
Of course b implies a but vice-versa is not true. Until the US and the "international community" continue to exist, her colonies, such as South Korea and Israel, will continue to exist as well to protect her interests around the globe.
So I'll give another 100 years to South Korea


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South Korea won't even last 20 years with this birth rate


So this is full power of capitalism….


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My boy is currently in Dongzhimen, China. Fight to Pyongyang goes in 11 hours. Last chance to ask or request something from him.


Idk man, ask to him what is his personal opinion of DPRK.
How much do the people know of the outside world, i bet the people of north korea are extremely more smart then the average american.


Did he meet some less secretive North Koreans to tell us something of interest? Something we aren't able to see in cameras?


Not sure of the details but does anyone there think the South will try "reigniting" the Korean war since it technically didn't end. Either that or do they sense an increase in hostility from the South?


I don't have any questions but I'm interested in any insight.


There might be some silly questions, but…
>do North Koreans want to travel abroad? Is there a place they would like to visit in particular?
>what do they think about the people living in imperialist countries and their vassals? Like Americans, South Koreans and the Japanese?
>would they like to be on better terms with these countries if they were to somehow stop being hostile to the DPRK?
>what do they think about China and their relationship with China?
>do they have any constructive criticism of the leadership of the WPK?
>what are their thoughts about the future of the DPRK?
>have North Koreans heard about the ludicrous propaganda stories the US made up about North Korea?
>how is the food there?


I'm pretty interested in many things he prolly wont be able to answer, like the NK people view of their government and political processes, how their economy and development is doing, their press, their view on the western world, how easy it is to access general internet for random ppl, their view on the west, south korea and china, how developed is the countryside compared to the capital, labor laws and conditions (holidays, work safety, work hours, social services)
Im also curious to know about their smartphones and supposed internal internet
but Im guessing your guy isnt there for an indepth analysis of north korean society. Any hint on those questions would still be appreciated.


>US Army threatens to nuke Pyongyang
>College Board threatens to revoke Kim's college credit
What did they mean by this?


I hear we have refugees from 420chan?
Welcome to /leftypol/
Welcome one and all
/leftypol/ is a board of peace

So comrades?
Should we tell them about Best Korea and weed?
Or Georgia and weed?


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He is in Korea right now, and I can chat with him on fbi.gov, Telegram, no problem whatsoever. However, he says you need to pay for internet access, although it is readily available, very few people can probably access it since it's one USD for ten minutes. That's quite hefty for the locals.

So far, he said as long as they trust you, and are not a tourist, they welcome lively political debates, actually. Most of the stuff he talked about with them was how shitty South Korea is, and he said they actually know quite a bit about how South Korea looks like. It would be no culture shock to them, but they don't envy them. He hasn't been "testing the waters" yet with regards to more heated topics.


What specifically did they say about South Korea ask for excruciating detail


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Axe him if pussy tight in koreo

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