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Scenes from Daily Life in the DPRK

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These videoss don't paint a great picture of of the DPRK tbh.

 

 

The DPRK doesnt look like a Western country, but remember that the DPRK does not have an empire, and is not exploiting the rest of the world - as the EU and the USA does. Everything in the DPRK has been earned by the honest work of the Koreans themselves. They may be poor, but they are independent and proud. That's something very few people can say in the world today.

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The DPRK doesnt look like a Western country, but remember that the DPRK does not have an empire, and is not exploiting the rest of the world - as the EU and the USA does. Everything in the DPRK has been earned by the honest work of the Koreans themselves. They may be poor, but they are independent and proud. That's something very few people can say in the world today.

 

But is that an acceptable achievement to justify the exploitation of their own people?

I see people who are slaves in their own country, and lead by greedy dictators who care for nothing but their own wealth and comfort.

Personally I don't think that we as socialists should give any support to this fake communist dictatorship.

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But is that an acceptable achievement to justify the exploitation of their own people?

I see people who are slaves in their own country, and lead by greedy dictators who care for nothing but their own wealth and comfort.

Personally I don't think that we as socialists should give any support to this fake communist dictatorship.

 

 

In what way are they slaves? In what way are they exploited? And who are the dictators? Kim Jung Un is only 28 years old. You can be sure he isn't giving orders to anybody. He is a bit fat looking, certainly, but the generals around him, who are making the real decisions, are just as thin as the people. But, you'd have to admit that the people in the above videos look a lot healthier than Westerners. We are being told in Ireland that there will soon be a 75% increase in cancer - due to over eating and drinking.

 

I would say that the DPRK is a Dictatorship of the Proletariat - and that's a good thing.

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It seems to me that the DPRK is set up to, in the first place, hold Anglo-Saxon imperialism at bay, and, in the second, to build up its forces in readiness for the time when Korean can be united - by force if necessary. And, given that these are the objectives, I dont think any other form of society is possible.

 

You only have to look at the free state - where no effort is put into building up the ability to re-unite our country. Indeed, unity is the last thing the Irish middle classes want. Foolishly aping America is all most Irish people want. Is the DPRK not a more praise worthy state?

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