North Koreans & 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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That's what North Koreans said about Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong Il, and Kim Jong Un.
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.
26 of History’s Dictators 25 Robert Mugabe Zimbabwe During his time in office over 3.1 million Zimbabweans lost their homes, jobs, and livelihood due to his “land reform program” aka bulldozing any village that voices dissent. 24 Vlad III 23 Kim Jong-Il is directly responsible for the starvation and deaths of million of North Koreans. 22 Idi Amin Dada 21 Vladimir Lenin 20 Emperor Hirohito 19 Koki Hirota 18 Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev 17 Chiang Kai-shek whose ideals, goals, and dreams were for the sake of giving China a whole new government, away from the common ground of Communism which had lasted for so many years. 16 Kaiser Wilhelm II Known for his inability of inept command 15 *** Chi Minh by means of violence and fear. 14 Yakubu Gowon 13 Mengistu Haile Mariam he announced death to the revolution 12 Kim Il Sung led a nation using force, aggression, and deception. He lossed so much respect from his people that he ended up blaming the US for the nation’s suffering, spreading the news that the biggest ...
90 Days of Blessing - DAY 21 (6/10/13) Meditate on the Word: Read Joshua 21. Pray the Blessing: Joshua 21:43-45 So the Lord gave Israel all the land he had sworn to give their forefathers, and they took possession of it and settled there. The Lord gave them rest on every side, just as he had sworn to their forefathers. Not one of their enemies withstood them; the Lord handed all their enemies over to them. Not one of all the Lord’s good promises in the house of Israel failed; everyone was fulfilled. Ask for the Nations: Pray for the more than 24 million North Koreans living under oppressive rule in northeast Asia. A mixture of Confucian thought, Buddhism, and shamanism (belief in an unseen world of gods, demons, and ancestral spirits) were previously dominant among the Korean, but have been officially repressed since 1945. The former North Korean ruler, Kim Il Sung, was held in high regard and worshipped by the Korean. He was presented as omniscient and omnipresent. The new regime under Kim Il Jong is a ...
Seen a bunch of North Koreans in the airport already, all wearing pins of Kim Il Sung or Kim Jong Il. The girls all have the same haircut.
I'm pretty sure the North Koreans are testing their nuclear devices in my stomach
Leaving NKorea, Rodman Calls Kims 'Great Leaders' by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS March 01, 2013 PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Ending his unexpected round of basketball diplomacy in North Korea on Friday, ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman called leader Kim Jong Un an "awesome guy" and said his father and grandfather were "great leaders." Rodman, the highest-profile American to meet Kim since he inherited power from father Kim Jong Il in 2011, watched a basketball game with the authoritarian leader Thursday and later drank and dined on sushi with him. At Pyongyang's Sunan airport on his way to Beijing, Rodman said it was "amazing" that the North Koreans were "so honest." He added that Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung, North Korea's founder, "were great leaders." "He's proud, his country likes him — not like him, love him, love him," Rodman said of Kim Jong Un. "Guess what, I love him. The guy's really awesome." At Beijing's airport, Rodman pushed past waiting journalists without saying anything. Rodman's visit to North Kor ...
Thousands of North Koreans, many of them crying and carrying flowers, streamed today to a huge statue of Kim Il Sung that looms over Pyongyang, the capital, diplomats there said."It appears to be
North Koreans put a bench in a glass box because Kim Il Sung sat on it
North Koreans attend a mass rally at Kim Il-Sung square in Pyongyang, 2012
decided I'd make Kim il sung phone cases for a living and sell them to North Koreans but then I remembered they arent allowed to have phones
North Koreans you Area of the North Korean dictator Kim Il Sung and his hereditary because Cold and hungry ghosts in the country is
Adult North Koreans are required to wear a red, flag shaped lapel pin which features the face of Kim Il Sung, founder of the nation.~The Sideshow, a Yahoo news blog.
The way SNP supporters react to criticism of Alex Salmond is how I imagine North Koreans react to people criticising Kim Il Sung. Pathetic.
Does Alan Alda ever flinch at what his pro Kim Il Sung approach, has permitted on two generations of North Koreans?
You call North Koreans crazy for worshipping Kim Il Sung...but at least he really existed...
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.
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