Some Trivia about North Korea

Here we can see in real life how communism is bullshit. Why don’t we spread some democracy over there? Dont you love that smell, the smell of freedom, the smell of happiness but mostly, ahhhh democracy!

Read about the tortures of the concentration camps. It’s awful. Someone escaped and take about what happened. It’s horrible to think that could be happening right now.

Meth is offered as casually as a cup of tea in North Korea. There is little stigma attached to meth use, some take it to treat colds or boost their energy. Students take it to work late. The drug also helps curb appetites in a country like North Korea where food is scarce.

In North Korea you are forced to choose one of 28 government approved haircuts.

North Korean “research” has concluded that North Korea is the second happiest country behind China.

North Korea has its own airline, which is also happens to be the only 1 star rated airline according to Skytrax.

North Korea has opened restaurants in various Asian countries as a way to make money for the regime.

There is a “three generation of punishment” sentence in North Korea. This means a person would be sent to the camp along with that person’s entire family and two subsequent generations of family members would be born in prison and lives their entire lives there.

A six-day work week, and another day of enforced “volunteer” work, ensures that the average citizen has virtually no free time.

In North Korea, distribution, possession and consumption of cannabis is very legal, and is recommended as a healthier alternative to tobacco. Visitors tell stories of marijuana plants growing freely by roadsides.

If North Korea launched the largest nuclear warhead they have detonated in time square it would not even reach Central park.

North Korea has a space program and it only has a 20% success ratio.

Hoeryong concentration camp in North Korea currently holds 50,000 men women and children who suffer a level of slavery, torture and experimentation comparable with the holocaust.

All teachers in North Korea in the 1990s were required to play the accordion and that you needed to pass an accordion test before getting you teaching certification.

Every North Korean household and business is outfitted with a government controlled radio that cannot be turned off, only turned down.

It’s not 2014 in North Korea. The year is 103, because North Korea marks year from the birth of Kim II-sung.

Literacy in North Korea is defined by the ability to write “Kim II-sung”.

Execution by mortar shell is a thing in North Korea

The constitution of North Korea states “Citizens are guaranteed freedom of speech, of the press, of assembly, demonstration and association.”

North Korea holds elections every 5 years in which the ballots list only one candidate

North Korea is selling its own people into slavery in Russian logging camps

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