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Journey to North Korea (124 pics)

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Photos of North Korea made by a foreign tourist. Tourists usually see only those things that Korean government wants them to see.

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№1 Author: polo (10 Apr 2013 01:35) Total user comments: 174


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It looks like a really clean place.
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№2 Author: rusboris (10 Apr 2013 01:40) Total user comments: 458


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Glorious country
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№3 Author: aler32 (10 Apr 2013 02:00) Total user comments: 0


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Looks clean. No traffic!
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№4 Author: No1 (10 Apr 2013 02:15) Total user comments: 1339


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Nice piece of propaganda. Hiding the starving people and the poverty and the concentration camps.

Hoping Un isn't stupid enough to launch at South Korea or Japan...
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№5 Author: Jimmy Johnson (10 Apr 2013 03:06) Total user comments: 5518


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The upside is there aren't a lot of gangbangers fighting for territory.
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№6 Author: Sylvain (10 Apr 2013 03:34) Total user comments: 0


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I wonder what happens if you drop some garbage on the sidewalk?
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№7 Author: adzhoe (10 Apr 2013 04:01) Total user comments: 14959


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exactly what this is a/c.
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№8 Author: systemlimbic (10 Apr 2013 04:31) Total user comments: 0


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NK is best K.
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№9 Author: capt.huffnpuff (10 Apr 2013 07:26) Total user comments: 2801


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The 105 story Ryugyong Hotel (63,64,and 65) has been under construction since 1987 and completed in 2013 but it is still not occupied. Rather than a landmark of progress in Pyongyang, it has been a eyesore and incredible draw on the coffers of the government and the people, more a symbol of mismanagement than progress.
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№10 Author: Forfattare (10 Apr 2013 08:07) Total user comments: 897


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:51: I wonder if most of those places are staged, I mean, the government telling the people: go to the park, and smile at the tourists and pretend everything is ok like this is our real life. or maybe I'm wrong, and thats their daily basis. :51:
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№11 Author: NIA666 (10 Apr 2013 10:15) Total user comments: 0


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I agree: North Korea is teh best Korea ;-)

Let's see what Sid Meiers Civilizations has to say about communism [excerpts from strategy guides mainly from gamefaqs.com]:

Civilisation I:Same as Monarchy, but the corruption level is "flattened." Normally corruption rises as the distance to the capitol increases, so in large empires, you can go to communism and have it all averaged out. Everyone gets the same level of corruption no matter what. This is great if you've got the palace in the center of the map and most of the empire is out on the fringe.

Civilisation II: One main difference between this government and the others I listed before it is that all spies automatically become veterans. Some people might say so what? Well, spies that are veterans have a much better chance at doing their job successfully. You can also set your max % for Tax\Luxury\Science up to 80%. Also, for some reason, your citizens seem to not revolt as much when you have military units away.

Civilisation III: Late game gov for large civs (3 city cores) that have corruption problems in far away potentially big cities.Good for extended wars because there's no WW and good unit support. Also, you can whip foreign people in newly conquered cities to prevent revolts. Able to build the Secret Police HQ.

Civilisation IV: "When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist." - Dom Helder Camara
Effects: Can Train Spy, Enables Permanent Alliance, Enables State Property, Can Build Scotland Yard, The Kremlin

Civilisation V: Communism is probably the most valuable since it gives a massive production boost to every city in your empire. The production boost to all buildings is also a very welcome addition. Though mostly a production-oriented policy, Order has a wide range of applications in many strategies.

Civilisation Revolutions: Communism is a form of government that promotes the establishment of a classless, stateless society based on common ownership of the means of production. The dominant forms of communism, such as Leninism, Stalinism, Maoism, and Trotskyism are based on Marxism. The predominant communist state in history was the Soviet Union, in which religion was suppressed.

Sorry for a lenghty post.
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№12 Author: Jinxaruny (10 Apr 2013 10:22) Total user comments: 10324


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Gunna scratch that one off my "Places-to-see list". Oh wait, it never made it on there anyway...
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№13 Author: Keta (10 Apr 2013 10:25) Total user comments: 384


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It looks pretty bleak ...
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№14 Author: mantley rawson (10 Apr 2013 10:51) Total user comments: 361


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No cars, no beggars, no drunks, no littering... this must be heaven !
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№15 Author: eleventhdreamday (10 Apr 2013 12:08) Total user comments: 13


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It takes me a trip down memory lane back to the Soviet Union...
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№16 Author: salsapopo (10 Apr 2013 12:22) Total user comments: 12723


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no cars ???
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№17 Author: Shalaba (10 Apr 2013 12:53) Total user comments: 381


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so clean that it's almost sterile!
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№18 Author: cynic_male (10 Apr 2013 15:09) Total user comments: 188


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So it seems Kim Jong-Il and Kim Jong-Un are not the only ones to look at things :15:
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№19 Author: N (10 Apr 2013 15:44) Total user comments: 0


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Looks surreal. And that Black Citadel standing in the middle of the city. Looks like time there stopped in the 70s.
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№20 Author: micliapu (10 Apr 2013 16:29) Total user comments: 2977


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that kim is one crazy mother fucker :06: :06: who has no ideea wtf is he doing like a country leader also :07:
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№21 Author: anticom (10 Apr 2013 20:12) Total user comments: 0


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You should not hailing countries like NK. Communist totalitarism is NOT the way.
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№22 Author: shade (10 Apr 2013 21:31) Total user comments: 1258


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what a lifeless place

god, i do love my country.
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№23 Author: Ebumby (10 Apr 2013 23:09) Total user comments: 49


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In many ways, more free than America.
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№24 Author: yonnahali (11 Apr 2013 19:56) Total user comments: 8


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Yes, it is clean but we all know NK is only showing what they want people to see. Maybe the media are wrong and NK is a really nice country where everyone is happy, but I highly doubt it. I was always told that NK had a lot of poverty. If this wasn't staged, why are there so few people on the streets?
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№25 Author: Ano (13 Apr 2013 04:01) Total user comments: 0


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See that police man on their bus/van? That's a clue.
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№26 Author: Aindy (14 Apr 2013 05:35) Total user comments: 2780


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Ano,
And how is that different to a US mashall on an airplane. At least the guy on the bus isnt undercover.

yonnahali,
NK has a lot of poverty because of all the trade sanctions the UN placed on it.

shade,
Funny, thats what I thought when I went to America

No1,
Concentration Camps? Like Guantanamo Bay which Obama said hed close down? Thats not in NK. Starving people because UN sanctions forbid the import of foods? Not NK fault.

I find this looks like every other country in the world, but the media always needs a 'bad guy'. He hasnt invaded any countries in the last 30 years and killed millions of innocents, has he? Why is he not allowed nukes when Russia, America, India, UK, Pakistan, China, France and Israel all have them?

Also, remember that the UN is not a democracy, it is ruled by 5 countries alone.
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№27 Author: quest today (16 Jul 2013 15:16) Total user comments: 0


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feel like playing bioshock infinite in real life.
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