allstaractivst note: Now of course, I do not agree with the above video’s opinion on Christianity however, politicians do so love going to war in God’s name. That isn’t the fault of the Creator however, it’s due to the wickedness of men and women. This is the very reason that I am against organized religion, most of it has become infiltrated and turned into a tool of the Satanic Global Elite. Therefore think for yourself, read the Bible for yourself and listen to the voice of God within you. For the Christian, that voice is God’s Holy Spirit. Let him be your guide, not any man nor woman. In these apparent “End Days”, every human being (and Angel) should be continuously tested against the Word of God using spiritual discernment. The test is the fruit they bear and whether or not they acknowledge Jesus Christ as the one and only true son of God. Be Berean.
Patrick McCarthy 6 months ago
Though this is clearly a film from North Korea, it is a legitimate assessment of modern day Western Civilization.
Maribel Rodriguez 7 months ago
One of the best documentaries to awaken people of America.
Alex Jord 1 week ago
+M Zaki How do you feel? for real man, im just so depressed about whats happening like fuck, i cant do noone, at all. I see people happy and auspicious about their futures, but dont care about others, i mean we are just pawns in the game, it is really depressing man… Still, people still does not know what to do or who to fight. Da
Maribel Rodriguez 1 week ago (edited)
+Alex Jord You are a pawn only if you believe you are one. Knowledge is power. It might be that you have seen only one side of the coin, but you would be happy to know that there is a great fight and there are many courageous, well educated individuals from numerous organization fighting the government as they are not doing their job to protect their people. Why don’t you get informed and embrace one cause? Join them or support them and do your bit part to help change the situation. You tube has a lot of videos made by the rulers and their purpose is exactly to make people depressed, and afraid. as people who are depressed and afraid would be very easy to handle. Get informed, educate yourself what are our real chances and not what the propaganda says. If you want things to be different, you have to act different Take responsibility for your own well being. I’d say it is a great time to be alive because this is our chance to see the old system fall and start a new one more just for all human beings. There’s nothing worse than someone who already knows how he’s been exploited and does nothing. Be part of the change!!! You are not alone. If we all unite and work for a better world, we CAN do it. You are not alone!!! The more people awake, the more we are to resist the parasite rulers. Support one of those great organizations that are fighting for the right of the people to know what’s in their food and want it labeled, or to have a fluoride-free water, etc. What can you do to make this a better world?? That is the question.
Joachim Peiper 1 month ago
Even though one should always consider the messenger, in this case, North Korea, I have to say, they are SPOT ON and 100% correct in their presentation of the West. It’s just unfortunate that more of us in the West choose to remain so blissfully ignorant of this situation or even worse, proud of being ignorant, spoiled, petulant pigs, its disgusting.
yeah I know, but still, even a broken clock is right twice a day
I prefer to be right ALL the time. Otherwise, I’ll just shut up. “They” were not 100% correct, it is still propaganda.
call it what you will, if the message is true, I care not what you label it
Yeah, truth needs your belief, I’ll go with reality.
as do I, this is propaganda, but there is always a huge element of truth in it. Do you propose completely ignoring the message because the authorship is a bit shady?
|Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Area controlled by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea shown in green
and largest city
|Government||Juche single-party state (various interpretations)|
|–||Supreme leader||Kim Jong-un[a]|
|–||Chairman of the
|Legislature||Supreme People’s Assembly|
|–||Liberation||15 August 1945|
|–||Provisional People’s Committee for North Korea established||February 1946|
|–||DPRK established||9 September 1948|
|–||Chinese withdrawal||October 1958|
|–||Total||120,540 km2 (98th)
46,528 sq mi
|–||2013 estimate||24,895,000 (48th)|
|GDP (PPP)||2011 estimate|
|GDP (nominal)||2013 estimate|
|HDI (2010 (latest))|| 0.540
low · 174th
|Currency||North Korean won (₩) (KPW)|
|Time zone||Pyongyang Time (UTC+8:30)|
|Drives on the||right|
|ISO 3166 code||KP|
|a.||^ Kim Jong-un holds four concurrent positions: First Secretary of the Workers’ Party, Chairman of the Central Military Commission, First Chairman of the National Defence Commission and Supreme Commander of the People’s Army, serving as the “supreme leader” of the DPRK.|
|b.||^ Kim Yong-nam is the “head of state for foreign affairs”. The position of president (formerly head of state) was written out of the constitution in 1998. Kim Il-sung, who died in 1994, was given the appellation “Eternal President” in its preamble.|
North Korea ( listen), officially the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK; Chosŏn’gŭl: 조선민주주의인민공화국; hancha: 朝鮮民主主義人民共和國; MR: Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk), is a country in East Asia, in the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. The name Korea is derived from the Kingdom of Goguryeo, also spelled as Koryŏ. The capital and largest city is Pyongyang. North Korea shares a land border with China to the north and north-west, along the Amnok (Yalu) and Tumen rivers, and a small section of the Tumen River also forms a border with Russia to the north-east. The Korean Demilitarized Zone marks the boundary between North Korea and South Korea.
The Empire of Japan annexed Korea in 1910. After the Japanese surrender at the end of World War II in 1945, Korea was divided into two zones by the United States and the Soviet Union, with the north occupied by the Soviets and the south by the Americans. Negotiations on reunification failed, and in 1948 two separate governments were formed: the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in the north, and the Republic of Korea in the south. An invasion initiated by North Korea led to the Korean War (1950–53). Although the Korean Armistice Agreement brought about a ceasefire, no official peace treaty was ever signed. Both states were accepted into the United Nations in 1991.
The DPRK officially describes itself as a self-reliant socialist state and holds elections. Internationally, however, it is considered a totalitarian dictatorship. Various outlets have called it Stalinist, particularly noting the elaborate cult of personality around Kim Il-sung and his family. International organizations have also assessed human rights violations in North Korea as belonging to a category of their own, with no parallel in the contemporary world. The Workers’ Party of Korea, led by a member of the ruling family, holds power in the state and leads the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland of which all political officers are required to be a member.
Over time North Korea has gradually distanced itself from the world communist movement. Juche, an ideology of national self-reliance, was introduced into the constitution as a “creative application of Marxism–Leninism” in 1972. The means of production are owned by the state through state-run enterprises and collectivized farms. Most services such as healthcare, education, housing and food production are subsidized or state-funded. In the late 1990s, North Korea suffered from a famine that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of civilians. North Korea continues to struggle with food production to this day.
North Korea follows Songun, or “military-first” policy. It is the world’s most militarized society, with a total of 9,495,000 active, reserve, and paramilitary personnel. Its active duty army of 1.21 million is the fourth largest in the world, after China, the U.S., and India. It also possesses nuclear weapons.