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Most Compassionate Citizens: 515th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 544th Most Inclusive: 546th+28
Largest Welfare Programs: 562nd Nicest Citizens: 602nd Most Nations: 636th Most Cultured: 656th Most Advanced Public Transport: 689th Most Beautiful Environments: 754th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 856th Lowest Crime Rates: 872nd Smartest Citizens: 883rd Largest Governments: 906th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 943rd Best Weather: 964th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 990th Largest Black Market: 1,025th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,034th Healthiest Citizens: 1,065th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,098th Highest Food Quality: 1,358th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,679th Highest Average Tax Rates: 1,765th Most Secular: 1,774th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,785th Most Rebellious Youth: 1,968th Largest Information Technology Sector: 2,137th Most Subsidized Industry: 2,289th Most Valuable International Artwork: 2,324th Highest Economic Output: 2,433rd Most Cheerful Citizens: 2,663rd
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Celebrating 13 years of North Korea
2009-2012 ----- ✪ ----- 2012-2022

The unity of the people throughout the world and cooperation among them are the guarantee for the victory of their common cause of creating a new world.
- Kim Il Sung, For a Free and Peaceful New World (1991)



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    The abbreviated history of North Korea

    FactbookHistory by THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE . 1,251 reads.

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    Getting Involved - A Party Near You!

    FactbookPolitics by Comradeland . 1,349 reads.

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

North Korea contains 30 nations, the 636th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Rudest Citizens in North Korea

World Census experts telephoned citizens from all nations at just before dinner time, in a study to determine which populations were most brash, rude, or brusque.

As a region, North Korea is ranked 21,120th in the world for Rudest Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Anarcho-syndicalist Communes of FerasdorCivil Rights Lovefest“Capitalism, cannot stand the might of the machines.”
2.The Republic of Courelli in NKAnarchy“La volontà del popolo è la legge suprema”
3.The Republic of Agent FRight-wing Utopia“Agent F”
4.The Commonality of IbukDemocratic Socialists“노동자 주체 해방 전선”
5.The Socialist Republic Commune of NorthfellLeft-wing Utopia“The Proletariat shall Rule”
6.The Democratic People's Republic of StechkovMoralistic Democracy“God, family and homeland.”
7.The People's Republic of ZhenjiangInoffensive Centrist Democracy“全世界无产者联合起来”
8.The People's Socialist Republic of StukovDemocratic Socialists“Пролетарі всіх країн, єднайтеся!”
9.The Fleet Admiral of Misleyan Group 1Left-Leaning College State“Pax Ignescens!”
10.The United Socialist States of The Union of SovietsDemocratic Socialists“I serve the Soviet Union”
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So this guy I’m seeing recently, he’s a contractor. So he’s got like a truck full of cordless power tools. And last night we’re talking over dinner and I mention all the anti-homeless architecture in the city - We went for a drive - I didn’t get a lot of sleep - it was so romantic.

I felt like a teenager again.

Do bad things in the dark.

Just don’t get caught. (making out in the back of a work truck ;)

11th Meeting of Political Bureau of 8th Central Committee of WPK Held

The 11th Meeting of the Political Bureau of the 8th Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) took place at the office building of the WPK Central Committee on Nov. 30.
Kim Jong Un, general secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea, was present at the meeting.

Attending the meeting were members of the Presidium of the Political Bureau of the WPK Central Committee and members and alternate members of the Political Bureau of the WPK Central Committee.

The meeting discussed the issue of convening the 6th Plenary Meeting of the 8th Central Committee of the WPK.
The respected Comrade Kim Jong Un presided over the meeting.

Jo Yong Won, member of the Presidium of the Political Bureau and secretary for Organizational Affairs of the WPK Central Committee, made a report.

The report reviewed and analyzed the implementation of the major policies of the Party and the state for this year and proposed major agenda items to be discussed at the 6th Plenary Meeting of the 8th Central Committee of the WPK.
The respected General Secretary said that the internal and external circumstances of the year 2022 created on the advance of the Korean revolution were the unprecedented adversity that tested our will and fighting efficiency, but thanks to the correct leadership of the Party Central Committee, a new phase was opened for the remarkable development of the state and the country’s prestige and honor was raised to a new level.

He said that it is very important for all sectors to find innovative ways for solving the problems by tapping our potentiality and to properly confirm the next year’s plan on the basis of the correct analysis of the experience and lessons accumulated in the course of a year’s struggle in order to expand the affirmative changes made in the Party building and the overall work of the state this year and vigorously push forward the huge tasks of the new year.

Noting that the year 2023 is a historic year marking the 75th birthday of the DPRK and the 70th anniversary of the victory in the Fatherland Liberation War and an important year when a decisive guarantee for the fulfillment of the five-year plan should be laid, he indicated the principled issues arising in mapping out a dynamic, advanced, scientific and detailed operation for implementing the major policies of the Party and state in the coming year to be glorified with greater victory and success than this year.

There was an assignment related with the preparation for the plenary meeting.
The Political Bureau of the WPK Central Committee adopted a resolution on convening the 6th Plenary Meeting of the 8th Central Committee of the WPK in late December with unanimous approval.

Just a note comrades, our ridiculously long “abbreviated history“ just drops off at the beginning of 2017.

Writing this was such a difficult task. There are many comrades names who would be lost to time without it. Knowing that, understanding our history is an important tool in how to navigate the future, I would like to propose that we get this up-to-date. I believe the most difficult part about writing this, was deciding what was important enough to include.

Some things that were included are names of the elected regional leaders at times, important victories of the KPA, important nations who brought life to the region, some nations names who brought drama and discord as well as other important regional and inter-regional events.

Are there any volunteers among the armed citizens who have been quite active in the region over the last couple years, who would like to work with me in this task? We can pass some notes back-and-forth over the next couple weeks and hopefully bring the document up-to-date?

Do comrades agree that this is a worthwhile task?

Diamatiya wrote:Jiang Zemin passed away. He was President of the PRC from 1989-2002. No doubt that it was during his tenure that the contradictions inherent to Socialism with Chinese Characteristics were most profound, but that was partly a result of the global climate. Still, he guided China through that difficult time and nothing of the sort happened like shock therapy in Russia.

Hello all from The International and Argentina :)

If I may shortly comment on this, I agree with what has been said about Jiang Zemin and just wanted to add that he was the only Head of State to visit Cuba in 1993, one of the darkest years for the Revolution after the collapse of the USSR. Fidel Castro called it "a gesture of incomparable friendship and fraternity". He also said:

"We had the honor of receiving President Jiang Zemin, and we were not mistaken, from the first personal contact, in our fair appreciation of his intelligence, his political and human conditions and his capacity as a responsible leader and statesman, with solid principles."

Also, Miguel Díaz-Canel, Cuba's President, declared an National Day of Mourning in his honour: https://www.pcc.cu/noticias/decreta-el-presidente-de-la-republica-duelo-oficial

I hope I'm not bothering anyone, just wanted to share some facts regarding this man's life and death from Latin America :)

Solidarity ☭☆

What is the practical economic advantage for the bourgeois to promote and push homo and transphobia, besides the Nazbol take of divide the working-class to distract us from class struggle.

Northfell wrote:What is the practical economic advantage for the bourgeois to promote and push homo and transphobia, besides the Nazbol take of divide the working-class to distract us from class struggle.

I’m not sure what makes you think that’s the “Nazbol take”. Traditionally, in the west, the branches of political power have been staffed by a Judeo Christian white wealthy class, often propped up by the wealth and influence of the church, and therefore, often, upholding reactionary ideology such as transphobia and homophobia. The politics of reaction, that is traditionalism and opposing any form of progressive politics, in favour of regressive politics, is what often leads to these divisive political stances.

Marxist-Feminists wrote:I’m not sure what makes you think that’s the “Nazbol take”. Traditionally, in the west, the branches of political power have been staffed by a Judeo Christian white wealthy class, often propped up by the wealth and influence of the church, and therefore, often, upholding reactionary ideology such as transphobia and homophobia. The politics of reaction, that is traditionalism and opposing any form of progressive politics, in favour of regressive politics, is what often leads to these divisive political stances.

Really, it's just dividing the working-class? There's no deeper economic gain to push such notions? Also, what I meant by Nazbol take is how most of those f*ckers talk about, "let's not focus on gay people, being oppressed, it doesn't matter rn." That was my original take on the subject.

I do think things are starting to change with these issues in that LGBT rights are starting to be used as a tool of Western imperialist soft power. Which is not to say that somehow invalidates those struggles - it's similar to how competing in a Cold War environment was an important motivator for the American bourgeoisie to act on civil rights.

Homonationalism and pinkwashing have been common for some time now, especially with regard to the Zionist entity. But I feel as though it's starting to influence even those in "radical" quarters. Even many self-proclaimed MLs have refused to meaningfully speak out against aggression toward Iran and Russia this year largely because they're reactionary, homophobic states, and it's honestly alienated me quite a bit.

Diamatiya wrote:I do think things are starting to change with these issues in that LGBT rights are starting to be used as a tool of Western imperialist soft power. Which is not to say that somehow invalidates those struggles - it's similar to how competing in a Cold War environment was an important motivator for the American bourgeoisie to act on civil rights.

Homonationalism and pinkwashing have been common for some time now, especially with regard to the Zionist entity. But I feel as though it's starting to influence even those in "radical" quarters. Even many self-proclaimed MLs have refused to meaningfully speak out against aggression toward Iran and Russia this year largely because they're reactionary, homophobic states, and it's honestly alienated me quite a bit.

I really agree with this, I also would like to point out that there’s many discussions within the worlds communist parties about the separation of identity politics from class politics. Identity politics, like second wave feminism or gay pride, are liberal causes. This is why we see large corporate entities in the west supporting such causes.

By solving class contradictions, and supporting equality amongst all peoples, we navigate through the liberation of all peoples. By focussing on such narrow and individualistic causes, it not only serves as a distraction, but as a divisive tactic among the worlds peoples.

Intersectionalism is an important part of our politics, we see that all minority or oppressed groups can be liberated through the class conflict and education.

Cuba in its long revolutionary history, had trouble throwing off the shackles of homophobic attitudes, inherited from the people who settled and governed prior to the revolution. However it has made great strides towards equality under the socialist government, still in charge on the island. Charting its socialist path forward, has made Cuba confront it’s difficult past on these issues and move towards a better perspective.

Welcome home, comrade Libertasnia.

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