Meanwhile in north korea. .. Women can wear pants in north korea now? My whole fall vacation is ruined. I miss the old dictator. north korea kim jong UN
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - reusabletampon
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Women can wear pants in north korea now? My whole fall vacation is ruined. I miss the old dictator.
#98 to #1 - mattmanhemi
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hes just sleeping
#115 to #98 - iamnewhere
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Sleep well, sweet prince
User avatar #144 to #98 - jaggedherp
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(08/18/2012) [-]
North Korea was, and always will be, best korea.
#143 to #98 - anon id: 1c025f30
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Good night, sweet prince.
User avatar #3 - MrDeadiron
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i think the pizza thing is more important
#15 - gatodelfuego
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User avatar #32 to #15 - gatodelfuego
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I swear, I post this on every north korea posts, and people just love it for some reason. It gets like 80+ thumbs every time, but I've never seen somebody else ever post it.

The world is strange.
User avatar #165 to #32 - skuser
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Everybody loves pinkie pie, that's why.
#56 to #32 - jjristine
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User avatar #57 to #32 - jjristine
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your turn is over faggot
User avatar #2 - spaceking
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What a nice guy.
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#53 - zeusx
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hfw
User avatar #52 - CommunistWizard
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Honestly, Kim Jong-Un seems to be leading the North Korean nation into a more modern time. He's making the quality of life much better for the North Korean people and giving them a glimpse into the outside world and vice versa. And in my opinion, I feel as if Kim Jong-Un is actually taking steps forward for his country, however slow it may be, but hey its progress. Sorry if you don't agree, but that's how I view him.
User avatar #68 to #52 - jamieoliver
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Kim Jong-Un allows his people to eat pizza.

"Wow, he's such a great guy, the quality in life in North Korea must be EXCELLENT"

inb4 red thumbs
User avatar #71 to #68 - CommunistWizard
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Well, technically that is true. But imagine living in a horrible country your entire life and under the rule of an oppressive leader who thinks the country is there to serve him. Then along comes a new leader who opens the country up to more freedoms and things such as pizza, that is an entirely new concept to most, if not all of the people. I'm not saying the guy is a saint, but if you look at Jong-Un in perspective to his predecessors, he really is an outstanding individual making strides for his people and country.

But hey, to each his own.
User avatar #79 to #71 - jamieoliver
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What you say is true, but to be honest the addition of being able to eat pizza doesn't really change the other matters in North Korea. For example, the North Korean football team were publicly humiliated and possibly executed, families are held hostage when North Korean nationals go on excursions and getting in and out of the country is very difficult.
User avatar #84 to #79 - CommunistWizard
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The addition of pizza and pants is pretty small, and also funny. But things such as all day electricity, shopping centers, open supermarkets, and various other increased freedoms have emerged since Jong-Un took control. The soccer team was said to be punished but not killed as they appeared in a friendly after their world cup outing. Getting in to the country, as a visitor, is not as difficult as most people think. Getting in via a western government is difficult, but places such as China, Russia, and even Switzerland have consulates that can get you into the country, but under heavy watch and with a premade "sightseeing" schedule. As for leaving the country, people from the NPR have the option to work and even live in Russia, China, and various other eastern nations, but other than that it is extremely difficult to get out of the nation if not for something that can be viewed as a benefit to the nation. However, the point you made about hostages is very true, work camps and places of holding are all around North Korea and just thinking about it is scary.
User avatar #81 to #79 - jamieoliver
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Aaah ****, I just re-read that and realised how stupid it sounded.
User avatar #85 to #81 - CommunistWizard
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It didn't sound stupid...it just sounded cluttered and a tad bit confusing. lol
User avatar #55 to #52 - ipablo
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I agree with you, most people think dictatorship is wrong, but I think it's ok while you're benefiting your country
User avatar #60 to #55 - CommunistWizard
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I somewhat agree. I feel as if dictatorship is wong, in almost all cases, the only exception being a true Marxist state, where everyone including the leader is equal. But, I would have to say the so far the North Korean people are benefiting a **** ton from having Jong-Un as their leader, at least much more so than when Jung-Il lead the nation.

Also, I think due to his western education, he will eventually open up to countries of the west that his nation previously shunned.
User avatar #69 to #60 - vleasian
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If I remember right, Russia would have been a great country if Karl Marx still lived to go forward with his plans.
User avatar #77 to #69 - CommunistWizard
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Marx never had anything to do with the Russian Revolution aside from creating its ideology. Some people say he never even visited Russia. And if Russia did fully embrace his ideology, it would have been Marxist in the beginning, not the modified Marxism-Lenninism version it was.
#67 to #60 - anon id: b2af603a
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If I remember right, there is no government in a Marxist society something about a classless society or something. Lemme know if I'm wrong.
User avatar #72 to #67 - CommunistWizard
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Technically yes and no. In a true Marxist state there is not technically government, but there is a governing body to keep things in order. In a true Marxist state everything belongs to everyone, therefore people are needed to regulate while still being consider as equals. So to there being no government in a Marxist society, it is kind of a point of view type of thing.
#35 - Animefreake
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now, that women can wear pants, it will highly protect them against the threat of raping, a good initiative, I would say...



That means, I will at least have a challenge.
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#83 to #35 - brokenssm
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and funny as ****
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#75 to #26 - anon id: 3b1dfd9a
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OP =/= Fagmin.
#89 - bubbabrent
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**bubbabrent rolled a random image posted in comment #119 at Dear god ** mfw kim let's me eat pizza
User avatar #99 to #89 - venoshto
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awesome roll