North Korea: More than a million young people in the army

An interesting selection of fresh photographs of the DPRK Workers 'and Peasants' Red Militia (formed according to the territorial-production principle).










Now the situation of the DPRK is reaching the brink of war because of the reckless military-political provocations of the US imperialists and the South Korean puppets against the DPRK. At this time, all the young countries willingly with their breasts to defend the Motherland and destroy the enemy with courage rose to holy war for the defense of the Motherland.

According to consolidated data, after the transfer of news on an extraordinary extended meeting of the CPK TPK and emergency messages of the High Command of the KPA in one day more than a million young men and women of the country, including working youth, students and technical colleges, race to apply for service and re-service in the People's Army the purpose of leading the holy battle of merciless revenge against the pack of imperialists. All this is a manifestation of the indomitable spirit of defense of the Motherland, ready in any storms to share their fate with the leadership of the revolution and the breast to protect the ideology, order, power and base for life, which is more precious than life. In addition, it is - a demonstration of the power of the country with strong youth, unanimity and cohesion of the DPRK.

And now the number of applicants for service in the KPA is increasing every minute throughout the country.

All young people and students are determined with burning anger and hatred of the enemy to crush the enemy in one fell swoop and dispel the final victory flag when the Supreme Commander issues an order.























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  1. svp67 2 September 2015 05: 29 New
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    Yes, even if a tenth of this "partisanism" fulfills its task, I will not wish such an enemy to anyone.
    1. bolat19640303 2 September 2015 05: 59 New
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      Highly motivated, fanatically devoted to the "leader" of the army, a huge mobilization resource - the DPRK is really a hard nut for South Korea.
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      2. Mera joota 2 September 2015 07: 52 New
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        Quote: bolat19640303
        Highly motivated, fanatically devoted to the "leader" of the army, a huge mobilization resource - the DPRK is really a tough nut for South Korea

        A potential million prisoners of war ... Or do you really believe that all DPRK Koreans sincerely love the cheeky?
        1. Gorinich 2 September 2015 09: 43 New
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          It’s not a matter of love for the cheeky, but of how they perceive the idea of ​​defending the homeland. Here they wrote above: "if even a tenth of this" partisanism "fulfills its task, I will not wish such an enemy to any one."
        2. Azzzwer 2 September 2015 12: 46 New
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          Quote: Mera Joota
          A potential million prisoners of war ...

          do not judge people by yourself.
        3. ALEA IACTA EST 2 September 2015 19: 48 New
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          Or do you really believe that all DPRK Koreans sincerely love the cheeky

          They are saturated with propaganda to the core.
        4. shishkin7676 3 September 2015 12: 25 New
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          Where they feed there and go, and go to a Russian prison
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    3. Conductor 2 September 2015 08: 40 New
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      Now the situation of the DPRK is reaching the brink of war because of the reckless military-political provocations of the US imperialists and the South Korean puppets against the DPRK. At this time, all the young countries willingly with their breasts to defend the Motherland and destroy the enemy with courage rose to holy war for the defense of the Motherland.

      is it taken from the training manual?

      as well as a good article
      1. 0255 2 September 2015 11: 14 New
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        Now the situation of the DPRK is reaching the brink of war because of the reckless military-political provocations of the US imperialists and the South Korean puppets against the DPRK. At this time, all the young countries willingly with their breasts to defend the Motherland and destroy the enemy with courage rose to holy war for the defense of the Motherland.

        is it taken from the training manual?

        as well as a good article

        Kimovskaya, from whose else? laughing
        1. 0255 2 September 2015 12: 09 New
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          Minusovalschik, if you lived in your favorite DPRK, you wouldn’t be able to put me a minus, since only the beloved great Marshal Kim Jong-un has Internet there wassat
          1. Kunar 2 September 2015 14: 15 New
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            Maybe it's for the best. drinks
            1. 0255 2 September 2015 15: 05 New
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              Quote: Kunar
              Maybe it's for the best. drinks

              I do not think.
            2. Cherdak 2 September 2015 18: 14 New
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              Quote: Kunar
              Maybe it's for the best.


              It is best for them to live peacefully and together.

              A special culture, even if imitates others ...

              1. Cherdak 2 September 2015 18: 18 New
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                Quote: Cherdak
                It is best for them to live peacefully and together.

          2. strannik1985 2 September 2015 15: 24 New
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            1200 IP for 2013. For internal use, there is a Gwangmyeon network (propaganda of Juche ideas, scientific and technical information, there are forums and the likeness of a social network, materials from the Internet are downloaded after verification).
            And if you lived in the Republic of Kazakhstan, you would get up to 2,5 years probation for downloading North Korean tunes (the matter is in the names), and for group performance of North Korean songs 4-7 years of imprisonment and up to 9 years of loss of rights. You can still recall the United Progressive Party. This left-wing party had 5 seats in Parliament and came out with quite socialist positions. A group of its members were accused of attempting a coup. Min.Just made a proposal to ban the party. And although later the accusation of a conspiracy and an attempted coup broke up, the party was still banned, deputies were deprived of their mandates, her money was confiscated. Here is such a peculiar democracy.
  2. sevtrash 2 September 2015 07: 17 New
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    And the huge difference between North and South Korea in the economy, and hence the quality of life.
    1. Azzzwer 2 September 2015 12: 50 New
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      Quote: sevtrash
      And the gigantic difference between North and South Korea in the economy

      I wonder how long your Ukraine will last if it will not be fed? Since 1953 of the year, North Korea has been isolated, and since then, plentiful injections have been flowing into the South Korean economy.
  3. bionik 2 September 2015 08: 53 New
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    In the selection the old RPD flickers. Where he just did not fight.
    1. Azzzwer 2 September 2015 12: 51 New
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      Quote: bionik
      old man RPD
      ? manual counter? drinomet?
      1. Kunar 2 September 2015 14: 18 New
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        Machine gun Degtyarev, village)))))
        1. UNFAMILIAR 2 September 2015 23: 07 New
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          Quote: Kunar
          Machine gun Degtyarev, village)))))

          We were taught Manual Infantry Degtyareva
  4. Vivan 2 September 2015 09: 23 New
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    Screamers. Just a thing. Without outside interference, Sever will certainly lose in the war with the South.
    1. Vivan 2 September 2015 12: 24 New
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      Eh ... Apparently, many comrades consider me a pro-American element. Not at all. Americans who dropped bombs on my head (in the literal sense of the word) for as long as 5 years do not sympathize. However, I have to be objective. We (Vietnamese) at one time won the war with the South thanks to the support of 80% of the population of the South (plus 100% of the population of the North), and in the case of Korea? Support from the population of the South - no, from the population of the North itself - is very doubtful.
      1. Azzzwer 2 September 2015 12: 52 New
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        Quote: Vivan
        on the part of the population of the North itself - is very doubtful.
        what are the conclusions based on?
        1. Vivan 2 September 2015 13: 20 New
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          People live there, not cattle. And since people, therefore, are able to think. They understand what the reason for the hard life of iron discipline lies, without any freedom. Their complete obedience is only appearance. In fear. In case of war they will run away to the other side - in any case, it will not be worse, since there is nowhere worse.
          1. strannik1985 2 September 2015 15: 48 New
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            In fact, on the contrary, everyone who is more or less aware of the situation outside the country clearly understands that the "democratic" transformations will be a prologue to the unification of Koreas, where they will be in the position of second-class people. Do you think this is what young people want (the driving force of any revolutionary movements)?
          2. UNFAMILIAR 2 September 2015 23: 13 New
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            Quote: Vivan
            People live there, not cattle. And since people, therefore, are able to think. They understand what the reason for the hard life of iron discipline lies, without any freedom. Their complete obedience is only appearance. In fear. In case of war they will run away to the other side - in any case, it will not be worse, since there is nowhere worse.

            Judging by your flag, why didn’t you surrender to the southerners, they had better, and you have nowhere worse, and the Chinese, in the 79th they still have better.
            1. Vivan 3 September 2015 00: 27 New
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              Well, well, your example with the Chinese is unsuccessful. The Vietnamese are always ready to fight the aggressors to the last, especially with the Chinese - we have a special account with them. In this case, only the hypothesis “a civil war between the North and the South without outside interference” is considered.

              Why should we have surrendered to the southerners? In all respects, enormous advantages were on our side: after the 1954 Geneva agreement, Ho Chi Minh's authority among the population of all Vietnam was extremely high, and if a referendum were held in 1956, then, as the CIA experts themselves concluded, 80% of the population of South Vietnam would vote for Ho Chi Minh, and Vietnam would be united peacefully. However, the Saigon puppet government thwarted the referendum, and the population of the South rose to armed struggle. If not for US intervention, the Saigon government would have fallen back in 1961 without any influence from the North. And then the United States came to the aid of the Saigon government, and the North had to intervene.

              We then had a trump card - 80% of the population of South Vietnam for unification with the North. Without the support of the population, any war will be deliberately lost.

              And now the situation in Korea is completely different - the advantages are on the South side: 2 times more human resources (50 million versus 25 million [by the way, in 1960 we had 18 million in the North and 14 million in the South]), the industrial potential of the South ten times higher, the weapons are more modern. Even if North Korea has several nuclear weapons, the outcome of a possible war is still known in advance.
  5. aviator1913 2 September 2015 10: 15 New
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    They live contrary to sanctions, isolation, a silly leader and, most importantly, contrary to common sense. They live for a gang of thieving bureaucrats who have been sitting at the trough for 70 years. I also understand in 50-70 when there was hope for a world revolution and the victory of the world proletariat.

    But now, when China and Vietnam keep pace with the capitalist countries, they are developing, taking and benefiting from the global economy, globalization, etc. things, staying closed to every small country without a future is really stupid.

    Sorry for the people of North Korea. I hope someday they will unite with their Southern brothers.
    1. Makarov 2 September 2015 10: 23 New
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      What is communism? The answer to this question will give you the answer to all of the above ...
      1. aviator1913 2 September 2015 10: 40 New
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        "Communism is the doctrine of the conditions for the liberation of the proletariat" - Engels.

        Communism is an association of individuals that implements social relations that are fair according to Karl Marx, as well as an ideological concept developed by Karl (Mordechai) Marx to implement the goals of the proletarians based on and using the terms of the populist socialist teachings of the 19th century, composed of elements of philosophical and economic theories that are suitable for this his time.

        Judging by these definitions, China, Vietnam and other pseudo social. countries are no longer communist, due to the weakness of the idea of ​​communism, its instability, and the initial impossibility of its implementation throughout the earth, due to the large number of internal contradictions that it causes and which can only be suppressed by force.
        1. alkt 2 September 2015 12: 13 New
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          Quote: aviator1913
          Judging by these definitions, China, Vietnam and other pseudo social. countries are no longer communist,

          You tell the people of China and Vietnam. I think that neither the Chinese nor the Vietnamese will agree with you)
          It is clear that liberals of the whole Earth seem to have capitalism as the eternal and last resort, slaveholders and feudal lords also once thought so)
          1. aviator1913 2 September 2015 12: 29 New
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            Quote: alkt
            Quote: aviator1913
            Judging by these definitions, China, Vietnam and other pseudo social. countries are no longer communist,
            You tell the people of China and Vietnam. I think that neither the Chinese nor the Vietnamese will agree with you)
            It is clear that liberals of the whole Earth seem to have capitalism as the eternal and last resort, slaveholders and feudal lords also once thought so)


            I asked. The Chinese and Vietnamese. As they told me, they don’t give a damn about the party, for them it’s just a layer of officials who are in power. They have no ideological fullness. They live, eat, drink at their expense and that's it. And the CCP, judging by their descriptions, is a party similar to our United Russia, the electoral process is a bit strange and is accompanied by a constant struggle of clans that drag allies from one side to the other.

            The survey was conducted in 2013-2014 in Vietnam and China, respectively.
            1. alkt 2 September 2015 12: 43 New
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              I asked. The Chinese and Vietnamese. As they told me, they don't give a damn about the party

              Not those asked) Apparently the local liberals))) 5 column and there. For example, it is believed that only the USSR entered the Great Patriotic War without the 5th column, but Vlasov later proved himself.
              1. aviator1913 2 September 2015 12: 53 New
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                Not those asked) Apparently from local liberals)))


                Well, of course I’m not a VTsIOM, but I asked different people. I would like to know on what basis you draw a conclusion in my incompetence, maybe you did similar polls in that region and they gave a different result? Or just blindly believe that the whole world lives on Lenin’s ideas and only “liberals” crap and ruin a picture?

                I honestly have been in different countries, both in the communist and democratic and in the monarchies, but I have never met a true faith in the idea of ​​communism. As for me, after the collapse of the USSR, this idea was completely buried in the world, and what is also called communism is just a parody of it. Mao must have rolled over in his grave when his country fell onto the capitalist track, and in terms of the number of rich and poor, in terms of income difference, it is ahead of the rest.

                (Between 1985 and 2009, the difference in average annual per capita income between the richest and poorest in China increased from 2,9 times in 1985 to 8,9 times in 2009, while the income gap continues to widen. " According to the newspaper Fazzhi Wanbao ")
                1. alkt 2 September 2015 13: 03 New
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                  Quote: aviator1913
                  Well, of course I’m not a VTsIOM, but I asked different people. I would like to know on what basis you draw a conclusion in my incompetence,

                  Because you are not VTsIOM)))

                  Quote: aviator1913
                  Or just blindly believe that the whole world lives on Lenin’s ideas and only “liberals” crap and ruin a picture?

                  Even on this line, to put it mildly, ascribe and exaggerate. How to trust you)
                  1. aviator1913 2 September 2015 13: 28 New
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                    Or just blindly believe that the whole world lives on Lenin’s ideas and only “liberals” crap and ruin a picture?
                    Even on this line, to put it mildly, ascribe and exaggerate. How to trust you)


                    It is clear that liberals of the whole Earth seem to have capitalism as the eternal and last resort, slaveholders and feudal lords also once thought so)


                    Not those asked) Apparently from local liberals)))


                    These are your words, in all your comments on my notes you wrote about liberals before, that's why I wrote that liberals are bothering you.


                    Because you are not VTsIOM)))


                    I know this, therefore, I write that this is only my opinion formed on a small survey of the local population, and in response I asked you about the sources of your information that you do not write. Therefore, my little poll is much better than emotion without facts.
                    1. alkt 2 September 2015 13: 45 New
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                      So you ask sources - what about? And why did you decide that you should blindly believe) Even your story about a small survey, only from your own words) From your own words, he is much better than my emotions)
                      I am laughing. I do not see the point of discussing more.
                      1. aviator1913 2 September 2015 13: 55 New
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                        from you ask sources - what? And why did you decide that you should blindly believe) Even your story about a small survey, only from your own words) From your own words, he is much better than my emotions)
                        I am laughing. I do not see the point of discussing more.


                        I do not ask me to believe, I just ask for facts that the people of Vietnam and China sacredly believe in the ideals of communism and strive for it with all their hearts. My travels in Asia tell me something completely different. About the decay of this idea in these countries, about their degeneration, as a result of which the need for the Communist Party disappears by itself. The user Vivan only convinced me of the correctness of his own opinion.
              2. Vivan 2 September 2015 13: 45 New
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                So ask me. From 1965 to 1972 I lived under bombing and fiercely hated Americans. I studied in the very heart of the USSR for 13 years (undergraduate study, internship, graduate school), I always got five in political subjects, I loved socialism and the USSR, I was an advanced Komsomol member, I dreamed of living and fighting for the happiness of the people, following the example of Pavel Korchagin, I’m tearful touched “Song of anxious youth” and “Ledum”, in 1991, with a sinking heart, supported the GKChP and was very worried about the collapse of the USSR, which I considered and still consider my second Motherland (and now I listen to the Holy War and the Anthem of the USSR with tears in my eyes). I came to the USSR at the age of 16 and left there only at 29, I spent all my youth in the USSR, as a personality was formed in the USSR and now I have more Russian than Vietnamese in character. He was going to join the party, but changed his mind, seeing that most of the Communists around me were liars - they said one thing and did another, called people to high ideals, and they committed dirty tricks. He was interested in politics, and the more he understood, the more he became disappointed in the party of false communists. I want socialism with a human face (as in Sweden or Finland), and not wild capitalism in the shell of socialism in a police state.
                1. alkt 2 September 2015 13: 56 New
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                  Dear Vivan. I’ll tell you a secret that the “Communists” liars are the 5 column, which destroyed the USSR, it’s not the Communists, but the corrupt nomenclature, careerists. Well, dissidents)
                  1. aviator1913 2 September 2015 14: 13 New
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                    Dear Vivan. I’ll tell you a secret that the “Communists” liars are the 5 column, which destroyed the USSR, it’s not the Communists, but the corrupt nomenclature, careerists. Well, dissidents)


                    And who do you think are not liars and super patriots? How to build an ideal communist system if there are no people who faithfully believe in it? And if there is, then after a few years they are replaced by nomenclature and thieves. What you dream about is "beckoning the world" where all people are bright communists, kind people, etc. things.
                    1. alkt 2 September 2015 14: 26 New
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                      What you dream about is "beckoning the world" where all people are bright communists, kind people, etc. things.

                      Attribute again, now about my dreams) Telepath)
                      And what did not please the bright and kind people?)))
                      History develops in a spiral, and it does not seem to me that your capitalist "world" is eternal, all the more there were and are precedents.
                      1. aviator1913 2 September 2015 17: 35 New
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                        Attribute again, now about my dreams) Telepath)
                        And what did not please the bright and kind people?)))
                        History develops in a spiral, and it does not seem to me that your capitalist "world" is eternal, all the more there were and are precedents.


                        The system should work regardless of the moral stability of its leader. The system must be viable even with a poor leader. And as for eternity, no, I do not believe that this capitalist system will be eternal. But I believe that it will be long enough, and will definitely survive communist ideas. All kinds of despots will appear in the world, but the principles of democracy will still win in the end. The standard of living of a person in free countries will always be higher, as well as other levels characterizing the happiness of the people and the country, and it is unlikely that something will happen.

                        This is my opinion and my vision, and if you do not share it is your business, everyone believes in what he wants.
                      2. alkt 2 September 2015 18: 57 New
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                        Quote: aviator1913
                        the principles of democracy will still win in the end. The standard of living in free countries will always be higher, as well as other levels characterizing happiness

                        Due to the ruin of less democratic countries?
                        “Democracy is a balloon that hangs above your heads and makes you stare
                        up while other people rummage in your pockets. "
                        George Bernard Shaw
                        So, in what periods did we observe a sharp rise in the economy of the flagship of US capitalism? Two world wars and the collapse of the USSR (2nd world economy in 1985 before the arrival of Gorbachev). Capitalists will always be afraid of the growth rate of the Soviet planned economy and socialist economic management.
                        As for democracy (the power of the people), but is it in the countries of capitalism?
                        Freedom of speech under the capitalists? This is when you can buy for capital, bribe any media?
                        The country with the largest number of prisoners is 2 (as of 186/230/30) the United States (population 06 million people), the country with the largest number of prisoners per 05 people is 296,4 according to statistics from the US Bureau of Legal Statistics.
                      3. Sling 3 September 2015 21: 09 New
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                        And I agree, and no. I myself live in the germ of communism. But there is a business, I make good money. I’m not in the capital of the country, they strangle me very, very hard. I wag on the right to the left as I can. But if you peck at one point, you will achieve a lot. And these are not the principles of democracy, but human development. I work with the Russian Federation, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Lithuania ... In short, with all the CIS countries. I earn normally. And on the state. I get $ 250 in work. And happy that I live in the social. country - less shocks. You see, I am in a territory where they constantly want to click on us from the outside, restrict them, and so on. in Russia now I think they will understand me. And I live like this for 30 years, without help, without anyone. And I’m glad that all sorts of bad guys don’t reach us (or rather they’re climbing, but not at all). Imagine that you are revolutionized tomorrow. They will ruin the country, they will cut the people, they will arrange a civil one. Fuck them !!! You need to know where and at what time to relax. Convince me, but not by a liberal bible. That's what I do - dom-morozov.by There would be a desire, as the old people say.
              3. UNFAMILIAR 2 September 2015 23: 38 New
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                Quote: Vivan
                I want socialism with a human face (as in Sweden or Finland), and not wild capitalism in the shell of socialism in a police state.

                A little southwest of the Russian Federation, there is a country whose citizens still want to, I think in your case northern Vietnam will be the equivalent of Crimea.
                PS "Times do not choose, they live and die in them", without wild capitalism in the shell of socialism in a police state, in the current world system, you can become not the second Sweden, but the fifth of Somalia.
          2. strannik1985 2 September 2015 16: 03 New
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            In the DPRK, there is no serious 5th column. There is no large and branched movement like the Libyan Islamists or the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, whose followers would be a mass of anti-government forces, there is no Soviet-style dissident movement, not a single North Korean deserter pulls at Sakharov or Solzhenitsyn by influence inside or outside the country. The intellectual elite is built into the nomenclature and is controlled or preoccupied with its own life.
            In the Republic of Kazakhstan, there is the so-called Office of 5 Provinces, where there are leading personnel for the DPRK, in the event of force majeure, these workers will take seats from the head of the province and below, and the previous administration will lose everything at once, its activity will be lustrated according to the Law on National Security. What fifth column can we talk about under such conditions?
            1. aviator1913 2 September 2015 17: 38 New
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              5 column can arise even from scratch, there would be a desire. On the example of the Republic of Kazakhstan, it is of course difficult to create, due to very strong agitation and propaganda within the country, but it is possible. It would be the desire and resources of the opposing side.
              1. strannik1985 2 September 2015 18: 02 New
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                The driving force of any revolution is youth, in Libya it amounted to 40% of the population, while it was well provided for and communicated via the Internet. In the DPRK, the situation is different, there are fewer young people, she serves in the army (5-7 years of service), she is often involved in subbotniks, there is no Internet access, they know the situation of defectors in Kazakhstan.
                In this case, there are more than enough resources, but with a desire it is somewhat strange, a much greater effect would be from the dissolution of the Office of 5 provinces, the repeal of the National Security Law. Even if not a mass movement, but sympathizers in the DPRK would have appeared, I doubt that the intelligence services of the United States and Kazakhstan do not understand this.
        2. Azzzwer 2 September 2015 12: 57 New
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          slaveholders and feudal lords also once thought so)

          That's right, comrade, beat this bourgeois bastard!
      2. Azzzwer 2 September 2015 12: 56 New
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        internal contradictions which it causes
        and capitalism in your opinion does not cause a contradiction? and he successfully resolves them? and how did he resolve the main contradiction - the exploitation of man by man?
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          and capitalism in your opinion does not cause a contradiction? and he successfully resolves them? and how did he resolve the main contradiction - the exploitation of man by man?


          Capitalism is not perfect, but for large states, unfortunately, they have not yet come up with anything better. Yes, socialism in Sweden or Norway is good, but it does not work so effectively in larger and more unstable societies and countries.
          1. dvina71 3 September 2015 00: 29 New
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            . Yes, socialism in Sweden or Norway is good

            There is no socialism in Sweden and Norway. Because socialism is public ownership of the means of production. In Sweden, a huge part of the economy is occupied by Volvo. A perfectly normal capitalist company. And the fact that the stake in this company is owned not by one person, but by several groups, does not make it socialist.
            Secondly, socialism, the transitional stage to communism. During which qualitative changes must occur in a person, and not in technology. That is, there must be a form of education and this is definitely not the selection of children from families.
            As a result of this upbringing in humans, the predator's instinct should be stopped to the maximum. Because it is this instinct that is the basis of capitalism.
      3. Makarov 2 September 2015 14: 58 New
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        This is an interpretation of the concept of "scientific communism", that is, the scientific justification of one idea, which boils down to the fact that all the benefits created by society are publicly available. This refers to medicine, education, security, sports, entertainment, etc. ... here we have medicine and education, just like everything else is already paid (or will be soon), and in the communist countries free ... https: //www.youtube .com / watch? v = x5aCoiptg6U
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    And who needs this to unite Korea? England was against the merger of the GDR, and Japan, especially against the strengthening of Korea.
  • cobalt 2 September 2015 10: 20 New
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    How many revolutionary caps they made. It's time to sew something more practical for the army.
  • Makarov 2 September 2015 10: 22 New
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    judging by how they learned to hold weapons, their training is very strict)
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    the human wave is barbaric. but an effective way of conducting military operations to achieve a local combat mission in a short time. By the way, one of the most massive human waves was used ... by the Germans. In the Baltic states in the autumn of 1944 when 5000 German sailors attacked the positions of Soviet troops near Tukkums in a narrow section --total; the combination of 16 and 18 armies and the formation of the Kurlyansky bridgehead
  • Mother Theresa 2 September 2015 13: 17 New
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    Now, if they were taught to make land mines and mine roads, get to block posts under the guise of civilians and throw them with grenades, arrange "peaceful" rallies and protests on roads and thereby impede the maneuver of enemy troops. Then then they will be good, and so is the lubricant for the tracks and spending in empty working time. Their trenches with dumps of yellow sand, perfectly against the background of greenery, will be visible from the UAV.
    1. Kunar 2 September 2015 14: 23 New
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      Let’s get rid of it ... they will teach. As without this.
  • Merlin 2 September 2015 14: 38 New
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    It would be nice for us to learn something from the Koreans. They are really ready to defend their homeland!
  • Crown 2 September 2015 15: 33 New
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    One can already understand by the uniform of the servicemen how sad everything is there.
    1. alkt 2 September 2015 16: 38 New
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      Quote: Krona
      One can already understand by the uniform of the servicemen how sad everything is there.

      For example, the Nazi German form was from HUGO BOSS, and the result of the war was the victory of the Red Army.
  • ALEA IACTA EST 2 September 2015 19: 34 New
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    The photographs are not the army, but a large partisan detachment, miraculously preserved from the time of the Korean War.
    I hope that the DPRK has units to which the word "army" can be applied, otherwise a polar fox might come to visit them.
    Although, North Koreans should not take fanaticism: they are ready to fight not for an idea, not for a country, not for a leader, but for the sake of a fight:
    I fight because I fight!
    laughing
    1. padded jacket 2 September 2015 20: 10 New
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      Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
      The photographs are not the army, but a large partisan detachment

      So it’s not the army but the people's militia or simply the territorial defense troops (the army itself is somewhat different for them) they are equipped and equipped with the residual principle in many respects with old equipment and also mobilized during the war from the national economy (factories, collective farms).
      Here they are in the parade.
      Parade of the Workers 'and Peasants' Militia.
  • ivanovbg 3 September 2015 05: 41 New
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    After the end of the Korean War, 23 thousand people fled from North to South. From South to North - 2 (two!) People. This is all you need to know about life in two countries.
  • alkt 3 September 2015 09: 33 New
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    Only in the period from September 1945 to the outbreak of war (June 25, 1950) over a million people died in the country. It is no coincidence that in March 1950 the American New York Times wrote: “Terror reigns in many parts of the Republic of Korea, which has no precedent in the world.”
    In just one year, from the summer of 1950 to the summer of 1951, American troops in southern Korea ruthlessly cracked down on more than a million civilians. This number exceeds the victims of the whole war.
    Near Gwangju, for example, were found the graves of more than three thousand children killed by American doom-doom bullets (The New York Times, September 24, 1950).
    More than four hundred civilians were killed in the village of Rogyn (Endon County, North Chuncheon Province). Their destruction involved aircraft and ground forces armed with heavy weapons. On August 22, 1950, over a hundred peasants of the Rendok Rural Municipality in Yren County, South Kensan Province, were killed by bombing. In 1951, more than 300 residents died from the bombing in Jongchun Volost (Danyang County, Northern Chuncheon Province). AND all terrorist acts simply can’t be listed.
    How many civilians died in the cities of the Republic of Korea at the hands of American soldiers?
    Here are the numbers.
    More than 30 people were killed in Chuncheon, over 000 in Puy, the same number in Cheongju, 2000 in Cheongju, 2060 in Tejong, more than 8644 in Jeongju, more than 4000 in Anjun, more than 400 in Anyang Thonjen - more than 400, in Konju - more than 800, in Phenthek - more than 600, in Incheon - more than 600, in Anson - more than 57, in Chochkhivon - 200 and, finally, in Seoul - more than 500 people (“South Korean-American 158 Years of Relations ”, 72, p.
    202 - 203).
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    During the period of temporary occupation of northern Korea, American troops became famous for egregious terrorist attacks against civilians. The methods and scale of their atrocities are terrible. Thus, 35 383 people, or a quarter of the total population of the county, were killed in Sincheon County, 19 072 in Sonaka, more than 5545 in Songhwa, more than 13 in Pyeongsang, and 000 in Heju - more than 5290, in Pyongyang - more than 6000, in Nampho - 15, in Kangsoo - 000, in Anju - more than 1511, in Kecheon - 1561, in Parchon - more than 5000 people (“Traces of the American troops in Korea”, 1342 , p. 1400).
    People were shot, strangled with gas, drowned with bound hands and feet, buried alive in the ground, burned at bonfires, thrown into mines, quartered, sawed alive by a saw, scored
    nails were poked into the head, their nose and ears were cut off, their breasts were cut off from women, their stomachs were ripped open from pregnant women, the child in the womb was trampled by soldiers' boots ...

    Ship No. 1091, adapted for bacteriological tests, was anchored near the island of Kozhe. Here, at sea, American thugs conducted more than 3 thousand different tests and experiments on captured soldiers of the People’s Army every day. Their war crimes were unprecedented in their methods and scale in the history of war terror.