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Post time 2012-9-28 15:42:10 |Display all floors


49 North Korean children perform at the 10th national Korean dress exhibition at Central Youth Hall in Pyongyang, North Korea, Sept. 19, 2012. (Jon Chol Jin/Associated Press)

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Post time 2012-9-28 15:42:32 |Display all floors


50 North Korean students sing a patriotic song on a street in Pyongyang, North Korea, Sept. 24, 2012. (Vincent Yu/Associated Press)

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Post time 2012-9-29 09:32:36 |Display all floors
Although North korea has difficulty in economic development,a lot of changes have been taken place in the territory of our neighbour,the leader of North Korea has already make some areas open to China's businessmen who expect to seek for a good chance making a fortune in the mysterious country.In my opinion,once North Korea realizes that it falls behind the other countries,it will try its best to focous on economic development.I believe that the people of North Korea will live a wealthy life sooner or later.

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Post time 2012-9-29 09:33:26 |Display all floors
Although North korea has difficulty in economic development,a lot of changes have been taken place in the territory of our neighbour,the leader of North Korea has already make some areas open to China's businessmen who expect to seek for a good chance making a fortune in the mysterious country.In my opinion,once North Korea realizes that it falls behind the other countries,it will try its best to focous on economic development.I believe that the people of North Korea will live a wealthy life sooner or later.

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Post time 2012-9-29 09:53:10 |Display all floors
It should be remembered that Pyongyang is an unreal city in a country that is wracked by internal and external issues of it's own making. If  you travel less than an hour outside of Pyongyang the villages have little or no electric power and are rudimentary to say the least with a terrible air of decay in the building fabric. People are downcast and often in quite poor physical condition. In contrast those in Pyongyang are mostly well fed, have reasonable jobs and are favored by the Kim regime.

Living in Pyongyang is a  privilege that is granted to a family, it is not a right. The  privilege can be removed at any point in time for even minor transgressions of the rules and regulations and if a family is lucky it will only be sent to the countryside or a lower rated city. If it's really unlucky it's off to a "camp" several of which are entities where you do not return from in this life.

Trade, the only way that bring North Korea to it's senses, absolutely and unequivocally yes.
Per Ardua Ad Astra

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Post time 2012-9-29 12:05:07 |Display all floors
I still remember a frightening scene from the documentary I mentioned ("A high ranked delegation" from the belgium program strip tease). A belgium deputee visit a school in NK, he ask a 4 years old little girl if she know who is the people on the poster on the wal lof the classroom, then this frigthening answer, exactly like a robot, the 4 years old little girl answer "this is our great leader Kim Il Sung who bravely lead the peoples of NK on the victorious way of the socialism..bla bla bla bla bla. Why is there army pics in a classroom for 4 years children? On one pic on this post, we can still see tank toys for little children: of course little children like to play with weappon toys, in many countries, but why in a classroom? it says a lot ..puking.

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Post time 2012-9-29 12:22:12 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Wohohoho at 2012-9-29 12:23

^ usual blending of propaganda and lies from a piece of white supremacist turd specializing in revolting contributions
I'm going to create 12 million new jobs in my first term, folks... in China.

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