North Korea & Kim Il Sung

North Korea , officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK; Chosŏn'gŭl: ), is a country in East Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. Kim Il-sung (15 April 1912 – 8 July 1994) was the ruler of North Korea, officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, from its establishment in 1948 until his death in 1994. He held the posts of Prime Minister from 1948 to 1972 and President from 1972 to his death. 5.0/5

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Long live the great dear leader and the great leader of North Korea kim il sung and Kim Jong Il
Also, Kim Il Sung is Kim Jung Il's dad and Kim Jung Un's granddad. Besides, North Korea's been in the *** news lately.
Kim il Sung is sad that Kim Jong Il is making North Korea more repressive.
Kim Jong Un cannot be the current President of North Korea, since Kim Il Sung, his grandfather, holds the title...
Jul 8 1994- Kim Jong-il begins to assume supreme leadership of North Korea upon the death of his father, Kim Il-sung
statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il rolling along now in North Korea's military parade -- what a spectacle
*The world organization is providing the food to the North Korea, but the South Korea is having some sort of the deal with the country who has the great authority over the North Korea, ande scoops the moeny into the North Korea bank account excactly like as Kim Il Sung, Kim Jung Il. It is for them to be comfortable to developes the deadly weapons aiming to the world once again, and all being supportive. What an idiotic gesture that is for to fulfills the individual desire. That was the reason to letting the North Korea to be sit, several religious groups visit here and there in the North Korea for the connection when the North Korea is happily accepts it without any of the written but definite promises. Having the business is of course for the earns the profit but not only for the shells, never learn from the previous experience by the past regime? *As much as the human rights violation of the North Korea's witnesses are being speak out loud so must be honor them and protect them before anything happen th ...
A unique opportunity for US citizens to visit North Korea (DPRK), an enchanting destination. Group and individual tours include a visit to Arirang Mass Games as well as Pyongyang and sights dedicated to Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.Tours to North Korea.
North Korea's revered founder, Kim Il Sung, ordered his doctors to find a way to make him live to 100, his former physician says.
Kim Il Sung's quest to live to 100: North Korea's revered founder undertook a series of bizarre treatments to ...
North Korea: Personal physician divulges Kim Il Sung's quest to live to 100
North Korean Foreign Minister Visits Moscow After Calling for Reunification at UN General Assembly Meeting On October 4, a high-level meeting was held in Inchon between a high-level delegation from North Korea led by Hwang Pyong So, the top political officer for the Korean People's Army, and South Korean Unification Minister Ryoo Kihl-jae and national security director Kim Kwan-jin. The two sides agreed to hold a new round of high-level consultations in late October/ early November. What is generally not reported is that last week, North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Su-yong, from the UN General Assembly rostrum, called for reunification of the two Koreas according to the confederation formula, proposed by Kim Il Sung in the late 1980s. This is the only way to prevent war and guarantee peace, the minister said. Also, according to the Guardian, following the General Assembly meeting, North Korea's foreign minister arrived in Moscow on Sept. 30 to begin a 10-day visit with a bilateral agenda that includes figh ...
"communist atheist state". The Eternal President of North Korea is Kim Il Sung, a man you'd recognize as DEAD.
In 1974, Kim Il-sung took 1,000 Volvo sedans from Sweden to North Korea and never paid for them.
Did You Know... North Korea has its own calendar which begins on Kim Il Sung's birth in 1912.
In North Korea, it's not 2013. The year is 102, because North Korea marks years from the birth of Kim Il-sung, not Jesus.
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20 years after dictator Kim Il Sung's death, still waiting for overthrow of North Korea's communist regime
20 years after his death, Kim Il Sung still casts a powerful spell over North Korea
Looks like a father's fear of flying doesn't necessarily transfer to his son. This past weekend, Kim Jong Un and his wife Ri Sol Ju arrived in style to attend a combat flight contest, showing up in their own Russian-made IL-62, decorated with “Democratic People’s Republic of Korea” written in Hangul on the body. North Korea's flag was also on the side, and a large red star symbolizing Kim was painted on the wing. This is the first time Jong Un's personal jet has been seen by the public. Kim's father, Kim Jong Il, was terrified of flying, and his attempts to keep his feet on the ground bordered on the obsessive partly due to to his personal phobia but also because he feared assassination and terrorist attacks. Instead of flying, Kim Jong Il took all of his long distance excursions by heavily armored train carriages. It appears the Jong Un is taking a cue from his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, who flew frequently and had a much more visible profile than his son, Jong Il. Jong Un even modeled his hair and ...
Daily Fact: In North Korea the year is not 2014. It's 103 because they mark years from the birth of Kim Il Sung, not Jesus.
Petition to Expel North Korea from the United Nations. Recently the UN Human Rights Commission of Inquiry (COI) revealed the human rights situation in North Korea at the Geneva Human Rights Summit. The international community was shocked at the revelations of the report. Kim Jong Un’s own uncle, Jang Song Taek was openly punished; tortured and executed. Jang’s torture was evident in footage and photographs taken before his execution. Jang was killed by machine gun and his body further defiled by chemical weapons. We defectors who have experienced life in North Korea have lived through three generations of dictatorship. Kim Jong Un may be the “new” generation, but the government’s methods of torture, persecution, and execution are not likely to change. But the reality of today’s North Korea has been revealed by the COI and the country’s elite was shocked by rumors of public executions among their ranks. After the death of Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il blamed So Kwan-hi, the Agricultural Secretary ...
When you see the pictures and videos coming out of Pyongyang today, you might be surprised by what you see. But I don't want these pictures to make you think that North Korea is just a land of robots who are all forced to celebrate Kim Il Sung's birthday each year. You see, celebrating the Great Lea...
2/2 Today in 1912, the birth of North Korea’s first leader, Kim Il Sung:
North Korea is Orwell's 1984 made reality: it is the only country in the world not connected to the internet; Gone with the Wind is a dangerous, banned book; during political rallies, spies study your expression to check your sincerity. After the death of the country's great leader Kim Il Sung in...
Kim Il Sung is alleged to have said that only Christianity can cut the root of Communism in North Korea.
"The bigger question puzzling commentators is just how strong is Kim Jong Un's grip on power," CNN's Paula Hancocks says in response to readers' questions. "The execution of his uncle by marriage, Jang Song Taek, last year has some experts predicting he has now consolidated power while others believe this shows he is weaker than thought. The fact he felt the need to order the killing of a member of his family so publicly might suggest he’s still fighting to gain ultimate power. North Korea didn’t air its dirty laundry in public under Kim Il Sung or Kim Jong Il, which, analysts say, may suggest those leaders felt more secure in their power. And of course there’s the school of thought that Kim Jong Il was pushed into this by the military and felt he had to appease the all powerful National Defense Commission. As always with North Korea, there are plenty of assumptions but few facts."
The children's dance section at the August 2011 Arirang Mass Games in North Korea. Dedicated to Kim Il Sung and his son, the infamous Kim Jong Il.
In 1961, the Tennessee Williams play "Night of the Iguana" opened on Broadway. Former first Lady Edith Bolling Galt Wilson, the second wife of President Woodrow Wilson, died in Washington at age 89. In 1972, Kim Il Sung, the premier of North Korea, was named the country's president under a new constitution.
North Korea has always had an interest in unconventional warfare due to Kim Il Sung's start as a communist guerilla fighting the Japanese occupying what was then known as Manchuria. Korean doctrine focuses on the combination of conventional and unconventional forces to fight enemy forces not only on...
"There are more posters of Kim Il Sung in North Korea than America has of Anchorman 2" Zing!
I believe that there is no plausible link between the recent purges and North Korean military activity. The purge of Jang Sung Taek was purely a domestic matter, where a growing family brawl within the Kim's clan was skilfully used by the young Marshal Kim Jong Un to discipline the elites and to reiterate the economic and political course chosen sixty years ago by his grandfather, Kim Il Sung. The international message associated with the liquidation of uncle Jang was that Kim Jong Un assumes the full control of state affairs and it is him who should be negotiated with (not any extended family member). If Park Geun Hye or Barack Obama want to resume dialogue with North Korea they are only one call away from the progress. Still, President Park and Secretary John Kerry continue to be more ideological than pragmatic. They talk about provocations and denuclearisation but refuse to address the core issue – the Korean War which has not ended yet. The first major purge in North Korea was also associated with t ...
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North Koreans worship their dead dictator, Kim Il Sung, and his son the reigning Kim Jong Il, despite the surreal nightmare of famine, isolation, repression, and nuclear peril the dynasty has spawned. In Pyongyang, the author wonders whether mass delusion is the only thing that keeps a people sane.
Kick off this New Year's with a bang in North Korea! Ride a horse, shoot a rifle and see fireworks in Kim Il Sung sq!
North Korea is considered to be the most repressed society in the world. But some would add that it is also the most religious! The deity worship introduced by Kim Il Sung glorifies its leaders as if they were gods.
North Korea has marked the 68th anniversary of the communist party ruling with both citizens and foreigners laying flowers and paying respects under the statues of former leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. The commemoration comes as Pyongyang puts its army on high alert as tensions grow between th...
- Japan invaded Korea and annexed it as a colony back in 1910. - Japan lost WW2 and had to give up all colonies - Korea, without a proper government after Japan left, was a prime target for communist expansion - US wasn’t going to sit back and watch USSR turn this country red, and so as USSR troops invaded the Korean Peninsula from the North, US troops invaded from the South. They met along the 38th parallel, and decided to split the country into North and South. North under Soviet government, South under US government. - Soviet government puts forward Kim Il Sung, father and grandfather of Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong Un, as the leader of North Korea. Syngman Rhee becomes the first president of South Korea, put forward by the US. - June 25th 1950, North Korea invades. Korean War starts. Pandemonium in both sides of the country, as the US helps South Korea and USSR and China helps North Korea. Tension escalates so badly that US general MacArthur threatens nuclear bombing of China. Never happens. After 3 yea ...
8 July-1907 Florenz Ziegfeld staged his first "Follies," on the roof of the New York Theater in New York City. /1919 President Woodrow Wilson received a tumultuous welcome in New York City after his return from the Versailles Peace Conference in France./1950 Gen. Douglas Macarthur was named commander-in-chief of United Nations forces in Korea./1986 Kurt Waldheim was inaugurated as president of Austria despite controversy over his alleged ties to Nazi war crimes./1994 Kim Il Sung, North Korea's communist leader since 1948, died at age 82./2004 Enron founder and former chairman Kenneth Lay pleaded innocent to charges related to the energy company's collapse. (He was convicted, but died while the case was on appeal.)/2010 During an ESPN prime-time special, basketball free agent LeBron James announced he was leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers to join the Miami Heat./2011 Former first lady Betty Ford died in Rancho Mirage, Calif., at age 93.
Today in history -In 1776, a 2,000-pound copper-and-tin bell now known as the “Liberty Bell” rang out from the tower of the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall) in Philadelphia, summoning citizens to the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence. -In 1951 Paris, the capital city of France, celebrates turning 2,000 years old. However, the city was most likely founded around 250 B.C. -In 1994 Kim Il Sung, the communist dictator of North Korea since 1948, died of a heart attack at the age of 82.
Congress`s `Bharat Nirman'.This Sonia govt.is spending taxpayers' money to promote some `leaders' and this govt`s supposed achievements,it is a practice they copied from the Soviet Union, Maoist China and North Korea. It reached its apogee during the Emergency when Indira Gandhi was projected (Kim Il Sung style) as the 'great leader' and her son Sanjay as the little great leader.They are spreading half truths,claiming credit for private sector`s acheivements (Tele-Density).But things have changed a lot now,due to internet people are much aware & even know the dark truths of `family',what congress gains by splurging people`s money will be known sooner.
Orphaned and homeless: Surviving the streets of North Korea By Madison Park, CNN updated 6:49 PM EDT, Mon May 13, 2013 Orphaned and homeless in North Korea STORY HIGHLIGHTS Yoon Hee spent 10 years on the streets in North Korea after abandonment North Korean orphans describe harsh living conditions Many children who defect end up in South Korean boarding schools Seoul, South Korea (CNN) -- The first time Yoon Hee was abandoned, she was an infant. She was born in a village near North Korea's sacred Mount Baekdu, where the country's lore claims its founder, Kim Il Sung, led the fight for independence and his oldest son, Kim Jong Il, was born. But the similarities between Yoon Hee and her homeland's rulers end there. Six months after her birth, her parents divorced and left Yoon Hee in the care of a friend. The second time she was abandoned, Yoon Hee was 8 and had gone back to live with her mother. Expert: Malnutrition issue in N. Korea The power of the Kim dynasty China cuts ties with North Korean bank Hyeon ...
The Juche Calendar was introduced in 1997 and is based on Kim Il Sung's date of birth: 15 April 1912. This year is used as Juche 1 and the system works forward from there. There is no Juche 0. The Juche Calendar does maintain the Gregorian Calendar's traditional months and the number of days in a mo...
Wow watched a documentary on North Korea they sure love Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il, and Kim Jong Un it's sad.
"From Kim Il Sung to Kim Jong Il to Kim Jong Un, North Korea has retained the grimmest media environment in the world"
(CNN) -- The body of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will rest in a glass case on public display. Forever. At least, so said his deputy, Nicolas Maduro. While the idea may seem alien to some, Chavez will be the latest in a line of leaders whose remains have been embalmed and put on show in a glass casket. Perhaps the best known is Russia's Vladimir Lenin, whose body still lies in a mausoleum in Moscow's Red Square, nearly 90 years after his death. Others include Stalin, China's Mao Zedong, Vietnam's *** Chi Minh, and North Korea's founding leader, Kim Il Sung. Chavez to be embalmed for display Hugo Chavez's legacy Venezuela says farewell to Hugo Chavez World reacts to Chavez's death U.S. President Abraham Lincoln was also embalmed following his assassination in 1865, enabling his body to be taken on its winding, three-week train journey back to Springfield, Illinois, with open-casket memorial services along the way. For Nina Tumarkin, author of "Lenin Lives! The Lenin Cult in Soviet Russia," the decision ...
So Dennis Rodman sees himself as a diplomat now, huh? Gone are the days of wine and roses; wedding dresses and walking around an empty Pontiac Silverdome parking lot, firing shotgun blasts into the sky. Now he's bowing to North Korea's Kim Jong Un and praising Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung as great leaders. More power to ya' Dennis, but you're a poor lost soul.
. North Korea (MNN/CAM) ― The uncertainty of North Korea's new leader Kim Jong Un is less uncertain now. According to Christian Aid Mission the grandson of Kim Il Sung is making life difficult for Christians, which is far different than 100 years ago.
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In North Korea, every person is property and is owned by a small and mad family with hereditary power. Every minute of every day, as far as regimentation can assure the fact, is spent in absolute subjection and serfdom. The private life has been entirely abolished. One tries to avoid cliché, and I did my best on a visit to this terrifying country in the year 2000, but George Orwell's 1984 was published at about the time that Kim Il Sung set up his system, and it really is as if he got hold of an early copy of the novel and used it as a blueprint. ("Hmmm … good book. Let's see if we can make it work.")" Actually, North Korea is rather worse than Orwell's dystopia. There would be no way, in the capital city of Pyongyang, to wander off and get lost in the slums, let alone to rent an off-the-record love nest in a room over a shop. Everybody in the city has to be at home and in bed by curfew time, when all the lights go off (if they haven't already failed). A recent nighttime photograph of the Korean penins ...
North Korea. A place where its citizens are indoctrinated to revere the country's founder, Kim Il Sung and his late son and former leader, Kim Jung Il as virtuous deities. Watch the video to learn more on how you can be praying for this country. www.worldwatchlist.us
"I once asked a Peruvian writer and militant who visited the DPRK(Democratic People's Republic of Korea) many times, wrote a laudatory book about it, talked at length with Kim Il Sung several times and played an active part in the '100 per cent solidarity movement' with North Korea why he did it. He answered: ‘They fought the North Americans; they have done incredible things in the economy; it’s the only Third World country where everyone has good health, good education and good housing.’ So I asked him what he really thought about it, as a poet. His reply: ‘It is the saddest, most miserable country I’ve ever been in in my life. As a poet, it strikes bleakness into my heart.’" - Jon Halliday Thoughts? (Barry)
Is what they teach American kids about George Washington that much more far-fetched than what North Korea teaches kids about Kim Il Sung?
When he died in December 2011, Kim Jong Il left behind more than a dynastic regime and a closet full of drab pantsuits. Jong Il, who ruled the hermetic North Korea from his father Kim Il Sung's death in 1994 until his ow
The king will reunion with his old friends from Non -Aligned movement such as : Josip broz Tito of Yugoslavia, Hochiminh of Viet Nam ,Charles de Gaule of France, Sukano of Indonesia, Nocolae Ceausecu of Romania , Mao Zedong of China, Kim Il Sung of North Korea,Abdel Nasser of Egypt that the king was alway supported during the Israel and Arab war ( Israel is my friend but Abdel Nasser is My brother) that'why he support Arab side and Nehru of India that he like the most but he used to upsad with Indira Gandy that turn the back to him and supported Hun sen regime during Cambodian Civil War.
Source: crimes committed by right-wing dictators have always been easier to track down than the crimes against humanity committed by communist leaders, so the figures for communist leaders like Stalin and Mao increase almost yearly as new secret documents become available. To this day, the Chinese government has not yet disclosed how many people were executed by Mao's red guards during the Cultural Revolution and how many people were killed in Tibet during the Chinese invasion of 1950. We also don't know how many dissidents have been killed by order of Kim Il Sung in North Korea, although presumably many thousands. I often get asked if Hiroshima/Nagasaki qualify as a genocide. I disagree. First of all, why only nuclear weapons? The carpet bombing of German cities and of Tokyo killed the same number of people. Second, Winston Churchill and Harry Truman did not start that war: they ended it. It is even debatable if these bombings killed or saved lives: Hiroshima probably saved a lot of Japanese lives, becau ...
Part of Seoul, South Korea. I'm a proud of to be South Korean instead North Korea. There is no worship the God, have to worship the digtator from Kim Il Sung, to Kim Jung Il, to third generation Kim Jung Un. Live with hungry
When prime minister Mintoff visited his friend Kim Il Sung in North Korea back in the Golden Years of Labour, he found that a song-and-dance troupe had been ...
Was doing research on countries where Christianity is illegal..this is crazy people...countries where bibles are scarce the believers are dying and standing up for their faith in Christ. We have bibles at our disposal here in america and most Christians do not know their bibles nor care to read it. Wow...we have to give these Christians honor for what they do. North Korea’s persecution of Christians knows no equal, and being a Christian there is considered one of the worst crimes possible. North Korean communist dogma considers religion an ‘opiate’ of the people, unless of course that religion is the personality cult of ‘Great Leader’ Kim Il Sung or his son, ‘Dear Leader’ Kim Jong Il. North Korean Christians must hide their faith at all times, and Christian parents can’t teach their faith to their children until the kids are old enough to understand the dangers (and for parents to be sure their kids won’t turn them in). Just owning a Bible in North Korea is grounds for execution or depor ...
Traveling to the Hermit Kingdom is already bizarre enough, but when we heard that North Korea would be celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the Great Leader & eternal president, Kim Il-sung, there was no way to let such an epic birthday party slip…
This is what I was saying about North Korea and how wacked out they are. U.S. Suffers Enormous Losses in Korean War Pyongyang, July 30 (KCNA) -- Nearly sixty years has passed since the Democratic People's Republic of Korea defeated the United States in the Korean War (June 1950-July 1953). The war was ignited on June 25, 1950 by the U.S. imperialists by instigating the South Korean puppet army. The U.S. brought to the war more than two million troops and huge latest weaponry, including one third of its ground force, a fifth of the Air Force and most of the Pacific Fleet, troops of its 15 satellites, the South Korean armed forces and the Japanese militarists. However, the war ended in the DPRK's victory. During the three years of war the enemy lost 1 567 128 troops, including 405 498 U.S. aggressor troops and 1 130 965 South Korean troops, and an enormous amount of combat equipment and war supplies, including 12 224 aircraft, 564 ships of different types, 7 695 artillery pieces, 3 255 tanks and armored veh ...
The official portrait of the late North Korea's first president, Kim Il Sung and that of his son, the country's second president, the late Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang.
Went to an amazing reading as part of Poetry Parnassus tonight, from Ribka Sibhatu, who escaped the dictatorship in Eritrea, Cambodian Kosal Khiev, who was born in a refugee camp in Thailand and later deported from the US where he'd grown up, to Cambodia, where he'd never been, and Jang Jin-Sung, who escaped from North Korea after being Kim Il Sung's court poet for years. Amazing life stories and amazing poems to go with them. So disappointing there were less than 50 people in the Great Hall at Dartington. So few people, even avid prose readers, will give a poetry event a go.
Remember when Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il controlled the weather? It never this hot it North Korea.
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The very latest and important new from North Korea - Kim Jong Un's Treatise Makes People Miss Kim Il Sung Pyongyang, June 13 (KCNA) -- Upon receiving the dear respected Kim Jong Un's treatise titled "The Great Comrade Kim Il Sung Is the Eternal Leader of Our Party and People", the Korean people have been seized with ardent yearning for President Kim Il Sung. Ro Si Hwan, a researcher at the Academy of Social Sciences, told KCNA: "President Kim Il Sung was the great leader of the revolution, benevolent father of the Korean people and peerlessly great man revered by the world people. The more I read Kim Jong Un's treatise, the deeper my yearning for the President grows. The President was the greatest man ever in history and a prominent thinker and theoretician recognized by the world public. Thanks to the Juche idea founded by him, the Korean people became the driving force of history and the genuine masters directly responsible for the revolution and construction. It is the result of the great vitality of t ...
"The investigation of GMA is a must if this society is to clean itself up. And cleanup is a must if it’s to rise from the bottom in Asia to the top where it belongs, and would be if it had the right leaders. The right leader is critical to where a country goes. Look at Singapore under Lee Kuan Yew versus North Korea under Kim Il Sung. President Aquino is rightly driven by his single-minded focus on corruption. The Philippines will get nowhere till that’s cleaned up. If the economy must suffer through lack of attention, it’s a price worth paying. Examples must be set at the top to send the message all the way down that honest performance in society is an essential."
DTN Korean News: Meet North Korea's first family: The North Korean dictatorship established by Kim Il Sung after...
Of course, some things never change regardless of whether it's 1962 or 2012. The head of North Korea in 1962 was Kim Il Sung, the father of Kim Jong Il and the grandfather of Babyface.
North Korea has work and labor camps?? This is crazy, I never knew this. Not only that, but Kim Il Sung, father of Kim Jong Il, is a self-proclaimed god, with laws such as the "Ten Principles" which literally parallel the Ten Commandments. This is insane...
back from North Korea. If I hear one more word how great Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il are I will jump from a bridge. Apart from that: A surreal and very interesting experience
Framed Prints of Kim Il Sung Mausoleum in Pyongyang, North Korea from Mary Evans: Framed 20x16 Print, Black Sati...
For sixty years, North Koreans have been governed by a totalitarian regime. A cult of personality surrounds its two recent leaders: first, Kim Il Sung, and now, his son, Kim Jong Il...The film... reveals the extraordinary stories told by survivors of North Korea's vast prison camps, of deadly famine, and of every kind of repression. In a series of devastating interviews with refugees, director N.C. Helkin traces their torturous paths to freedom, on rickety sailboats and across mountain passes, while exposing the inhuman conditions they suffered in the nation's concentration camps.
LOOKING down on members of a 1.1m-strong army that applauded his every remark, Kim Jong Un giggled with delight during the centenary on April 15th of the birth of his late grandfather, Kim Il Sung.
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