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I doubt that North Korea's suddenly going to take a turn for the better just because their 'leader' croaked. Nope, those poor fuckers have a ways to go yet.

As long as their new leader keeps his chin up, they'll have a hard go of it.

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As long as their new leader keeps his chin up, they'll have a hard go of it.


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Which one?
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have y'all seen the creepy videos of the mass mourning on Pyongyang's streets? They were expected, but they're still creepy.

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Which one?

I actually meant to write "chins up". Way to kill the pun, Ben.

And Alex, at least two of them.

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have y'all seen the creepy videos of the mass mourning on Pyongyang's streets? They were expected, but they're still creepy.

That's what happens when the government promises you and your family extra food rations for making the biggest spectacle of yourself possible.

... Seriously, how has the world allowed North Korea to continue operating this way for so fucking long ...?

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... Seriously, how has the world allowed North Korea to continue operating this way for so fucking long ...?


Cause they're scary and have nuclear weapons.

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and I will have to make a presentation for school about him next year. yep.

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I don't understand how people can allow their country to get this way. Hell, just assassinate the guy, his family, and his close friends. Then you can start over. [/easier said than done]

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My heart goes out to Khloe Jong Il and Kourtney Jong Il. They must be devastated.
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this guy, apparently:
http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2010...
Kim Jong Un

fat shit.

I MEAN-- LEADER!!!

I don't understand how people can allow their country to get this way. Hell, just assassinate the guy, his family, and his close friends. Then you can start over. [/easier said than done]

they don't know any better. they legit think this guy is god. why would you assassinate god?

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I don't understand how people can allow their country to get this way. Hell, just assassinate the guy, his family, and his close friends. Then you can start over. [/easier said than done]

The thing is that North Korea has absolutely no interaction with other countries, so Kim-Jong can basically brainwash people into thinking he's a god. Nobody in north korea would want to kill him.

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... Seriously, how has the world allowed North Korea to continue operating this way for so fucking long ...?

Think about it - what country would want to take in an entire population of refugees that knew nothing of how the world outside NK works? You'd have to re-educate them on pretty much everything. It'd be a massive burden, and the people would also struggle to cope. It's not that the world enjoys having NK there, but just how and where would you start. Added to that, there's no denying NK's military force could be seriously damaging if they were provoked.

The thing is that North Korea has absolutely no interaction with other countries, so Kim-Jong can basically brainwash people into thinking he's a god. Nobody in north korea would want to kill him.

Oh there's plenty of dissidents, but they have a very, very effective control strategy - basically if you defy or stand up to the government, they take three generations of your family into torture/labour/medical testing camps and kill you. Keeps people quiet.

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Think about it - what country would want to take in an entire population of refugees that knew nothing of how the world outside NK works? You'd have to re-educate them on pretty much everything. It'd be a massive burden, and the people would also struggle to cope. It's not that the world enjoys having NK there, but just how and where would you start. Added to that, there's no denying NK's military force could be seriously damaging if they were provoked.

It's not North Korea's military that the world is concerned about; it's China's.

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It's not North Korea's military that the world is concerned about; it's China's.


The wikileaks affair showed China sees North Korea as a thorn in their side. In fact, if North Korea was ever so ballsy to strike against South Korea, and the USA along with S. Korea retaliated, I bet China would stand down rather than start World War 3.



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