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North Korea contains 31 nations, the 551st most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most World Assembly Endorsements in North Korea

World Census staff pored through World Assembly records to determine which nations were the most endorsed by others in their region.

As a region, North Korea is ranked 804th in the world for Most World Assembly Endorsements.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Socialist People's Democracy of GolanchiaPsychotic Dictatorship“Working Towards a Brighter Future!”
2.The United Socialist States of ChaegoAuthoritarian Democracy“Let us work together to build a prosperous future!”
3.The Guiding Red Light of Marxist-FeministsCorrupt Dictatorship“Mother and Daughter of North Korea”
4.The North Korean Founder of THE DEFENDER ALLIANCEDemocratic Socialists“***”
5.The Socialist Technocracy of FerasdorLeft-Leaning College State“Capitalism, cannot stand the might of the machines.”
6.The Mass Line of ComradelandDemocratic Socialists“Raise your hammers high comrades!”
7.The Red Fleet Sailors of TeksiDemocratic Socialists“The bosses do not work; neither shall they eat.”
8.The Peoples Democracy of Insert Clever Anime ReferenceDemocratic Socialists“End exploitation, by pen or by rifle”
9.The Commonality of IbukDemocratic Socialists“노동자 주체 해방 전선”
10.The Workers' State of Zulanka in NKLeft-wing Utopia“ˇHasta la Victoria Siempre!”
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The Military’s Return to Brazilian Politics
Brazil is in danger of becoming a country whose political economy is rooted in militarism, diverting precious social wealth to the military and police as it imposes a military ethic onto public life. To construct peace, on the other hand, would mean to eradicate hunger and illiteracy, to increase the social and productive capacity of the people, and to improve the infrastructure for social life and commerce – indicators that all saw tremendous improvements under the Workers’ Party (PT) government from 2003 until the 2016 coup against then President Dilma Rousseff. Since the 2016 coup, Brazil has experienced a rollback of these social gains as well as a military presence increased to the highest level since the 1964–1985 dictatorship.

The agenda of President Jair Bolsonaro (who is not affiliated with any political party) has been marked not only by his radical discourse, but also by his increased participation in military ceremonies – as was clear on 7 September 2021, Brazil’s Independence Day, when he called upon his supporters to take to the streets and protest Congress and the courts following weeks engulfed with tension and speculation over a possible coup. Proud of having emerged from the military’s ranks, the former captain knows that the armed forces have been decisive in his gaining and remaining in power.

https://thetricontinental.org/dossier-50-brazil-armed-forces/

"Ghost of Kyiv" revealed to be fictitious entity created by Ukrainian propaganda

Despite the facts coming out, the legend -and flight simulator footage being passed off as real war footage- continued to circulate, lending credence to the old adage, “A lie can travel around the world and back again while the truth is lacing up its boots.”

https://warisboring.com/ghost-of-kyiv-revealed-to-be-a-hoax-joins-list-of-false-narratives-by-both-sides/

It's still hard to believe that the election in Lebanon in a week is actually taking place, but it is... and I'm not thrilled about it.

No one expects the many civil society groups of the Oct. 17 color revolution to win more than a few seats. The only thing that the election results will really affect are the foreign powers. The parliament that will be elected will choose the next President of Lebanon later this year.

The story of this election is the declining fortunes of the Free Patriotic Movement, Hezbollah's Christian ally that controls the presidency and the largest parliamentary bloc. They will lose ground compared to the 2018 results due to a relentless assault by foreign-funded media, but by how much is important. The party that stands to gain is the Lebanese Forces, fascists who are beholden to the U.S. ambassador and Saudi Arabia. If they do well, there could be a Guaido-type situation.

There are many things to dislike about the FPM. But I am hoping for the best results for them. They have stood in opposition to the neoliberal, pro-Western establishment that has dominated the country for 30 years, including the central bank governor whose policies are responsible for the economic crisis. They were also the only ones supportive of Hezbollah's call to consider offers from Russia, China, and Iran for assistance instead of going to the IMF. Putin's United Russia party is a good comparison.

Post by Donut founder suppressed by Comradeland.

I heard if you accept my embassy request, you'll get free donuts of your choice yearly

Post by Sangang suppressed by Comradeland.

funny Kim Jong-il meme I found on the internet:

https://brianlangis.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/33284952.jpg

Burial sites found at 53 Native American boarding schools, U.S. government says

https://www.reuters.com/world/us/interior-dept-investigation-finds-burial-sites-53-indian-boarding-schools-2022-05-11/

Saudi Arabia plans to annex several Yemeni provinces: Report
A Yemeni media report has revealed that Saudi Arabia, which has been waging a devastating war on Yemen for over seven years, is planning to annex a number of key Yemeni provinces.

According to a recent report by the Crater Sky, a Saudi official held a meeting with a committee consisting of a number of people from the Yemeni provinces of Hadhramaut, Shabwah, al-Mahrah, and Abyan to announce that the kingdom has made a decision to grant the people of those provinces the right to self-determination so that they would be able to join Saudi Arabia.

During the meeting, the Saudi official also announced that the decision would not be overturned, the Aden-based website reported.

The official also referred to the Yemeni provinces, which are rich in natural resources, as “Saudi Arabia’s Arab South.”

https://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2022/05/09/681765/Saudi-plans-annex-Yemeni-provinces
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Troubling news if accurate. I've been wanting to write a long post about Yemen for a while now but haven't really had the time or energy.

Bassil on Lebanese elections: Battle was with Washington and "Israel"
The leader of the Free Patriotic Movement, Gebran Bassil, said on Sunday that this battle wasn't a case of regular competition but rather began on October 17, 2019, with the United States.

Bassil added, during a press conference he held following the closing of polling stations in the Lebanese parliamentary elections, that the former US Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs David Schenker confessed to having directed the confrontation "with me, considering what I represent," and also admitted "the failure of the project that targeted us".

The former US Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs had made dangerous statements regarding the role played by former US President Donald Trump in the country in order to speed up Lebanon's financial collapse, and on the administration exploiting the October 17 movement in order to tarnish Hezbollah's image and weak it with its allies like the Free Patriotic Movement.

https://english.almayadeen.net/news/politics/bassil-on-lebanese-elections:-battle-was-with-washington-and

Diamatiya wrote:

Troubling news if accurate. I've been wanting to write a long post about Yemen for a while now but haven't really had the time or energy.

Whats happening in Yemen is one of the foremost atrocities of Western imperialism of the modern era. There is almost no coverage whatsoever in the West about it, but plenty of happy arms dealers selling to the Saudis. Meanwhile the Yemeni people face mass starvation, drone and missile strikes on their schools and weddings, and brutal military suppression.

Comradeland wrote:Whats happening in Yemen is one of the foremost atrocities of Western imperialism of the modern era. There is almost no coverage whatsoever in the West about it, but plenty of happy arms dealers selling to the Saudis. Meanwhile the Yemeni people face mass starvation, drone and missile strikes on their schools and weddings, and brutal military suppression.

All true. But even on the left, there is a tendency to view Yemenis as hapless victims, instead of celebrating the accomplishments of the resistance led by Ansarallah. They have been very successful at adapting guerrilla warfare to the modern era, with technology such as drones. That can be a model for elsewhere.

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