North Korea RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Socialist People's Democracy of Golanchia (elected )

Founder: The Marxist-Feminists of The Defender Alliance

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Most Nations: 234th Largest Welfare Programs: 623rd Most Compassionate Citizens: 700th+20
Most Inclusive: 749th Nicest Citizens: 834th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 946th Largest Governments: 991st Highest Average Tax Rates: 1,051st Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,079th Most Income Equality: 1,082nd Lowest Crime Rates: 1,134th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,155th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,256th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,263rd Most Cultured: 1,281st Most Beautiful Environments: 1,358th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,468th Smartest Citizens: 1,515th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,656th Healthiest Citizens: 1,829th Longest Average Lifespans: 1,869th Best Weather: 1,961st Highest Poor Incomes: 2,006th
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NORTH KOREA

"Cutting down oppression, planting seeds of revolution"



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Join the Korean Peoples Army to fight reactionaries and defend other leftists!

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Embassies: Pyongyang, Korean Peoples Army, Korean Peoples Navy, Antifa, The Internationale, The Red and Black, Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, Das Kommune, Marxist Scholars Circle, Communist China, The Communist Party of NationStates, The MT Army, Hippy Haven, United Socialist Republics, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, NSLeft, and 11 others.The International Communist Union, The Revolutionary Union, Worldwide Communist Union, Peoples Revolutionary Democratic Union, The Socialist States of the Philippines, The New Socialist Union, USSR, Viet Nam, Democratic Left, The Bolshevik Union, and Revolutionary Socialist League.

Tags: Communist, Independent, Anti-Fascist, Non-English, Anti-Capitalist, Democratic, Socialist, Serious, LGBT, and Large.

Regional Power: Moderate

North Korea contains 58 nations, the 234th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Unexpected Death Rate in North Korea

The World Census paid their respects at cemeteries in order to determine how likely citizens were to die each year from unnatural causes, such as crime, preventable illness, accident, and government encouragement.

As a region, North Korea is ranked 15,719th in the world for Highest Unexpected Death Rate.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Democratic Republic of PjongjangLeft-wing Utopia“From each to his ability, to each to his needs”
2.The Republic of North Korean JucheCorrupt Dictatorship“Powerful and Prosperous Nation”
3.The Republic of Project 633bDemocratic Socialists“silence”
4.The Marxist-Feminists of Revolution BalloonLeft-wing Utopia“Up, up and Away! For a collapse of Capitalism!”
5.The Armed Republic of JohseonCorrupt Dictatorship“ALL HAIL THE COMMUNIST REVOLUTION”
6.The Workers' State of Zulanka in NKLiberal Democratic Socialists“ˇHasta la Victoria Siempre!”
7.The Democratic Republic of IbukCorrupt Dictatorship“강성대국 Kangsŏng Daeguk”
8.The People's Republic of Comrade DiljanDemocratic Socialists“The bosses do not work; neither shall they eat.”
9.The Armed Republic of KPAF Mig 23Democratic Socialists“평양직할시”
10.The Armed Republic of NKSOFCorrupt Dictatorship“NKSOF”
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Last poll: “Struggles”

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North Korea Regional Message Board

Looking at Cuba's LGBTQ Revolution Through an Objective Lens:
The work that Mariela Castro and CENESEX are doing is groundbreaking. It is strengthening the revolution and is becoming another socialist pillar. In the early years of the revolution, yes, mistakes were made on the LGBTQ issue. Yes, there is still work to be done today. But backward ideas on this or any social issue come not from the revolution but from the legacy of colonialism and catholicism. Centuries of colonialism cannot be eradicated in less than 60 years of revolution, much less antiquated ideas on the LGBTQ issue.

http://www.telesurtv.net/english/opinion/Looking-at-Cubas-LGBTQ-Revolution-Through-an-Objective-Lens-20161204-0018.html

The Defender Alliance

N. Korea, Cuba vow to expand friendly ties

http://m.koreatimes.co.kr/phone/news/view.jsp?req_newsidx=219579

This is a busy time for everyone and limited inaction is expected from comrades. On that note I'd like to expand RMB activity on the conversational level. Dozens of awesome and relevant news articles and papers are posted here each week but conversations are much more rare, and while here in NK we don't encourage "small talk" ("hey guys") on the RMB I think we've got the potential for some great discussions.

So to get the ball rolling I'll begin, do any of you have a book collection? Does anyone here have rare books printed in the socialist nations? Or perhaps really old books they like?

I'm currently in possession of the Communist Party of Canada's (Hamilton club) books and there's some really awesome stuff here.

One of my favorite books is "Dialectical Materialism" by V.G.Afanasyev(1987). I have both hard cover and soft cover editions.

If there was any book I wanted to recommend to young Marxists it would be this one, reading this book brought me from "wanting to learn more" to "being" a communist - or to be more specific, armed me with what I needed to knock the failing neo-liberal ideology from my head and feel comfortable (truly comfortable, unafraid to challenge liberal bourgeois criticisms) in my skin as a communist.

I don't have many physical books anymore; Assata Shakur and Malcolm X's autobiographies are some of my favorites I still have. marxists.org is such a great resource I thankfully haven't needed to go out and buy Marx and Engels' collected works or anything.

The Defender Alliance

I have a copy of the original "History of the CPSU", bound in red leather and very very old :)

The Defender Alliance

25 minutes ago: Chaego ceased to exist.

Comrade Chaego was a long time member of North Korea, a comrade from Chicago I believe. He hosted a radio program semi-frequently which was always interesting to listen to. He will be missed, and hopefully will return in the future.

The Defender Alliance

The mortality of our region

North Korea has become considerably smaller over the last year, once a large region of 200 nations we have become a moderate sized region with 50 nations. We shouldn't fear these changes, they are for the most part an optical illusion concerning puppet nations, there has really never been more than 30 of us.

However these aren't the only changes, many of our older Cadre are dying off, such as comrades Kanatistan and Chaego mentioned above, some older comrades have moved on to new projects such as Communal Earth. Even our core comrades, the officers in the KPA find themselves busy these days (and we can't blame them, life IS busy).

Not long ago a comrade approached me worried that North Korea was "dying".

I want to remind comrades that year over year our region has had continued sustianed growth from 2009-2016 and as much as things appear to slow down, I assure comrades such a slowdown is far from a dangerous decline. In our current condition we are still larger and more active than any other year except for maybe 2014 (an incredibly successful year for the KPA under the leadership of Comradeland).

Comrade General Zulanka in NK has done very well leading a KPA that is only half the size and ability of prior generations and only in reference to the KPA should we worry about activity, the KPA relies heavily on its active, readily available, highly trained soldiers. The KPA is far from dead or dying, simply passing through a quieter stage.

Our education program has not been as successful as the first generation program but still provides valuable information and sources to learn about socialism. Comrades must volunteer some effort to make the project work. One comrade in particular has shouldered the weight of this project and none of us should be okay with that, a noble effort but destined to fail without the contributions of others.

Our region will go through many changes, it must to adapt to a changing world. If we are to succeed going forward we can't rest on our laurels, we need to continuously earn our place amongst the top socialist regions, an issue our region has never had a problem with.

North Korea looks forward in the new year to fufilling it's role, to educate the youth of NS on the advantages of socialism over capitalism and to put a heavy jack boot on the political Right's ambitions of exploitation, oppression and exclusion over inclusion.

Comrades should begin thinking about what kind of changes need to be made to ensure our continued growth and influence, military ability and educational level continue to expand in the coming year 2017 (Juche 106)

Revolutionary regards;

VMing, founder of North Korea

Comradeland

South Korea’s Loathed President Park Geun-hye Has Been Impeached

http://time.com/4596318/south-korea-president-impeachment-park-geun-hye-corruption-choi-soon-sil-protests/?xid=time_socialflow_facebook

Comradeland, Mzundulaxi, and Johseon

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