North Korean website

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It's a good site. I'd rather be force fed political propaganda than adverts for Pepsi cola. Or a Sara Jessica Parker perfume. Visitors back from Cuba and N. Korea say the same (as did tourists to the USSR). To escape western advertising is a wonderful thing.

 
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annakey said:
It's a good site. I'd rather be force fed political propaganda than adverts for Pepsi cola. Or a Sara Jessica Parker perfume. Visitors back from Cuba and N. Korea say the same (as did tourists to the USSR). To escape western advertising is a wonderful thing.
I'm happy enough to be in charge of my own brain and to generally ignore advertising and any other forms of propaganda. Oh, and some visitors to closed countries might like the lack of advertising and embrace the 'honesty' of political propaganda, but I think the citizens of the ‘glorious regimes’ would generally beg to differ.
 
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This site's always good for a totally objective view of North Korean news:

Linky

Definately written by someone with English as a Second Language!
 
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Did anybody spot the short Bios on the Dear and Revered Leaders. Maybe a hint to Tony and Gordon for a similar write up - keep us all laughing.
 
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annakey said:
It's a good site. I'd rather be force fed political propaganda than adverts for Pepsi cola. Or a Sara Jessica Parker perfume. Visitors back from Cuba and N. Korea say the same (as did tourists to the USSR). To escape western advertising is a wonderful thing.
Do they? I wasn't aware that many were allowed to visit. The only person I know who's been went on a press junket and was escorted everywhere.

Is starvation "a wonderful thing"? Religious oppression? Having to watch what you say for fear of prison or worse?

You really are thick as mince.
 
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gingwarr said:
annakey said:
It's a good site. I'd rather be force fed political propaganda than adverts for Pepsi cola. Or a Sara Jessica Parker perfume. Visitors back from Cuba and N. Korea say the same (as did tourists to the USSR). To escape western advertising is a wonderful thing.
Do they? I wasn't aware that many were allowed to visit. The only person I know who's been went on a press junket and was escorted everywhere.

Is starvation "a wonderful thing"? Religious oppression? Having to watch what you say for fear of prison or worse?

You really are thick as mince.
Oh how true.
 
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EX_REME said:
gingwarr said:
annakey said:
It's a good site. I'd rather be force fed political propaganda than adverts for Pepsi cola. Or a Sara Jessica Parker perfume. Visitors back from Cuba and N. Korea say the same (as did tourists to the USSR). To escape western advertising is a wonderful thing.
Do they? I wasn't aware that many were allowed to visit. The only person I know who's been went on a press junket and was escorted everywhere.

Is starvation "a wonderful thing"? Religious oppression? Having to watch what you say for fear of prison or worse?

You really are thick as mince.
Oh how true.[/quote]

No its not - you are simply a product of a capitalist system and have not yet reached the stage of self-emancipation and have been brain-conditioned to accept the status quo imposed by the Ruling Classes etc............................

He is as dense as DU - pinko tw@t (him not you) :twisted:
 
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Desk_Jockey said:
This site's always good for a totally objective view of North Korean news:

Linky

Definately written by someone with English as a Second Language!
And if English is an aquaintance they certainly don't have Spanish as anything but a known associate!

Trust me I'm a linguist.... :wink:
 
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Anon1 said:
Desk_Jockey said:
This site's always good for a totally objective view of North Korean news:

Linky

Definately written by someone with English as a Second Language!
And if English is an aquaintance they certainly don't have Spanish as anything but a known associate!

Trust me I'm a linguist.... :wink:
A cunning one? :)
 
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Desk_Jockey said:
Anon1 said:
Desk_Jockey said:
This site's always good for a totally objective view of North Korean news:

Linky

Definately written by someone with English as a Second Language!
And if English is an aquaintance they certainly don't have Spanish as anything but a known associate!

Trust me I'm a linguist.... :wink:
A cunning one? :)
Honestly!

Go and read up about the great leader's seed....and quit spilling your own...don't you know that every sperm is sacred....
 

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