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Facts About North Korea (20 pics)

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№1 Author: m0ck0 (31 Jan 2014 03:23) Total user comments: 148


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it doesnt look like US propaganda at all...
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№2 Author: 1234 (31 Jan 2014 03:49) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: what we learn today......north korean propaganda is not as good as the US :07: seth rogan is doing movie on kim john un.........i mean we been here b4 its saddam and 90s all over again...hotshots and charlie sheen
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№3 Author: robn1 (31 Jan 2014 04:57) Total user comments: 797


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If even 20 % of this is true, it is horrible. :02:
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№4 Author: adzhoe (31 Jan 2014 06:06) Total user comments: 14959


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They will come to their senses eventually...
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№5 Author: fix (31 Jan 2014 11:44) Total user comments: 0


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and still, iran and syria are "believed" to be the most pressing matters of our century... people in north korea are the ones in real need of "democraty". priorities, priorities...
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№6 Author: taro (31 Jan 2014 12:25) Total user comments: 34


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They don't have oil so they won't be liberated from their dictators.

Death camps? Slavery? Well, if there isn't any oil there it's no problem.
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№7 Author: igorgsc (31 Jan 2014 12:34) Total user comments: 0


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"facts"
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№8 Author: iwonderoften (31 Jan 2014 13:31) Total user comments: 0


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Most of these "facts" are false.
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№9 Author: Tomaz86 (31 Jan 2014 15:01) Total user comments: 10815


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That's what's good about communism
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№10 Author: Son Of A Gunderson (31 Jan 2014 18:41) Total user comments: 123


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No one knows what goes on in North Korea. There is an entire university in Seoul dedicated to studying NK, and even that university doesn't make guarantees that their conclusions are accurate.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U
niversity_of_North_Korean_Stud
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№11 Author: Lu (31 Jan 2014 19:39) Total user comments: 15082


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Hold it right there. . .These dudes have already been to the sun. So ? ?
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№12 Author: joffenbaker (1 Feb 2014 01:10) Total user comments: 4965


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So we sell them Dennis Rodman and call it even :08:
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№13 Author: BobSacamano (1 Feb 2014 06:06) Total user comments: 0


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Smells like propoganda bullshit to me...
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№14 Author: bossbxtch_boomer (1 Feb 2014 16:58) Total user comments: 3


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I don't believe only 605 people in North Korea use the internet...really...they live on a different planet or something and do not have computers or cell phones? and to get an exact number of 605....gtfoh. Most of this post is bull.
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№15 Author: Aindy (1 Feb 2014 20:51) Total user comments: 2780


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robn1,
If 20% of this post is true that would be a miracle.
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№16 Author: Lee_adams (3 Feb 2014 01:35) Total user comments: 0


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robn1,
I know for a fact that #10 is correct, I have been to the boarder and seen it for myself. It really is a 'ghost city'. I also had the chance to speak with a couple of North Korean defectors, they told me that when they defected to the south it was like visiting the stars and one even claimed he had no idea what the internet was..
ALL imported goods are from china and controlled by the NK government, so the likes of cell phones, computers and most other electronics are unheard of.
And you only have to mention the name, Horeyong to a defector and their expression will say it all.

The rest.. speculated at best.
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