Rare look inside North Korea

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O2FYQ2Dy4Q"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O2FYQ2Dy4Q[/ame]

    Maybe North Korea invited foreign reporters to show off its "grandeur"
    but the world knows that what's been shown is the situation in Pyeongyang, not the situation in other parts of North Korea
    (I'm sure that nobody thinks North Korea is well off by looking at these images...)
    The last line of the CNN footage rings in my heart...
    Pyeongyang? Pyeongyang is an artificially constructed city used for overseas propaganda purposes only.
    Pyeongyang's situation is nothing like how it's like in other parts of North Korea.
    Theme parks, mobile phones, and plenty of food...
    All these are for the exclusive class only, but the North Korea is showing off these privileges as if they apply to all of its citizens.
    If they want to show off like that they should make these privileges available to all its citizens first.
    Even if North Korea claims that it has changed, others know that North Korea is a totalitarian country where all its citizens are starving to death and the ruling class is cutting its people off from the world in order to retain the regime.
    When will they stop this madness...
     
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    lol at a hammer and sickle on currency being used at a food service establishment competing in the market against other stands.

    Totalitarianism disguised as communism giving way to capitalism in order to survive while trying to prevent the dissemination of information and democratization...
     

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