WA Delegate (non-executive): The Socialist People's Democracy of Golanchia (elected )
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 12 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, Revolutionary Socialist League, The Leftist Assembly, and Comintern ML.
Regional Power: Moderate
Today's World Census Report
The Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector in North Korea
World Census analysts extensively tested concept muscle cars in empty parking lots in order to estimate which nations have the largest auto industries.
As a region, North Korea is ranked 13,697th in the world for Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector.
|1.||The People's Republic of Chondoism||Democratic Socialists||“ paradise on earth through peace and moral virtue”|
|2.||The Republic of Kalanguya||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“For the glory of our nation”|
|3.||The Armed Republic of Johseon||Iron Fist Consumerists||“ALL HAIL THE COMMUNIST REVOLUTION”|
|4.||The United Socialist States of The Sinkiang Soviet Socialist Republic||Corrupt Dictatorship||“Proletarii vsekh stran, soyedinyaytes”|
|5.||The Social Republic of Lemurian Oceania||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Workers of the World Unite!”|
|6.||The Jozevian Overseas Territory of The Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea||Democratic Socialists||“강성대국”|
|7.||The People's Republic of Comrade Diljan||Democratic Socialists||“The bosses do not work; neither shall they eat.”|
|8.||The Democratic Republic of Pjongjang||Left-wing Utopia||“From each to his ability, to each to his needs”|
|9.||The Republic of Chonma-ho III||Corrupt Dictatorship||“Korean Peoples Army”|
|10.||The People's Democratic Republic of Antifascism||New York Times Democracy||“¡Hasta La Vista, Fascista!”|
Last poll: “Embassy request?”
- : The Marxist-Feminists of THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE deleted a regional poll.
- : The Guiding Red Light of Marxist-Feminists departed this region for The Home.
- : The Marxist-Feminists of THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE dismissed The Manic Depressive Episodes of Godless Munky as Vice-Marshal of the Korean Peoples Army of North Korea.
- : Chaego ceased to exist.
- : The Marxist-Feminists of THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE created a new regional poll: "Roster".
- : Embassy established between North Korea and Comintern ML.
- : The Mass Line of Comradeland suppressed a post on the Regional Message Board.
- : The Armed Republic of New Moresby departed this region for The Rejected Realms.
- : The Mass Line of Comradeland ejected and banned The Armed Republic of New Moresby from the region.
- : The Armed Republic of New Moresby arrived from Nazi Europa.
North Korea Regional Message Board
Thank you for the stirring words!
I quite agree with you about the importance of united action. I do believe that in some ways the election of Trump might prove to be a blessing in disguise. Alarming though his successes have been, they act as a clarion call for all communists around the world. No longer can we stand idle and watch the world lurch to the right. More and more people are realising that now is the time to unite in the face of a growing menace and take action. The rise of right wing reaction must not go unchallenged.
Education, organisation and agitation must be the order of the day. Everyone has their part to play in building the mass movement, no matter how small or insignificant their deeds may seem now. From tiny seeds grow mighty trees!
I am confident that this region, under the wise leadership of The Marxist-Feminists of THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE, will once again become a bulwark of communist ideals in NationStates and will lead the way in the battle against fascism and reaction.
That must really be something. DC the den of the lions in a time such as now. I envy you Comradeland, I bet you can feel the energy in the air and hear the protests from 5 miles away.
where's that damn lead pipe when you need it....
the ninjas of the black bloc strike again....
like a shadow of the mob to slap the face of fascism, an apparition of rage personified, disappearing in silence and dignity....
a toast to those on the barricades,..May all your cocktails be molotov....
There's some leftie hyperbole to match their nazi gibberish.
Glad you're having a good time at the party and i hope you remembered to bring protection.
Comrades on the March today.
Myself in Toronto with the Young Communist League and photos from CPCanada organized marches in Montreal and Vancouver supporting the comrades in the US and standing in solidarity with the women's march.
Fresh turmoil in South Korea as minister arrested over 'arts blacklist'
Cho Yoon-sun accused of helping target artists, writers and entertainers critical of President Park Geun-hye, who has since been impeached
Exhausted after a long day, will post more pictures tomorrow. Womens March was the largest protest gathering in US history I am pretty sure, there were atleast 500,000 people in DC, with hundreds of thousands more across the country. For now though, enjoy this picture of me with my Che flag taken pre-march.
An Answer to Every Question
(Anecdotes of Kim Il-sung's life part II, 1993)
It was a spring day in 1925. The staff and pupils of Fusong Primary School No. 1 in Fusong County, Jilin Province, China, were having a picnic, chatting and laughing.
However, one pupil was thoughtfully carving letters on a tree. The headmaster of the school, who was looking round the picnic site with a smile on his face, stopped short at the sight of the boy. He realized that the boy was Kim Song Ju (Kim Il Sung’s original name–Ed.), someone he and the other teachers were particularly concerned about. The pupil was unusually intelligent and had extraordinary zeal for studying, in spite of his young age. The headmaster quietly approached the boy.
He could see “Down with Japanese Imperialism, Independence of Korea” carved on the tree. These words reflected such a high aim that it was hard to believe they were written by a 13-year-old. “Kim Song Ju,” said the headmaster. The boy turned round and saluted him with a deep bow. “Are you certain it is possible to defeat Japan?” “Yes.” “How?” “When the people are united as a single force, they can surely defeat the Japanese imperialists.” The headmaster stood, dumbfounded. Such was his astonishment that his heart began to beat fast
The people ··· When the people are united as a single force, they can surely defeat the Japanese imperialists. He recited these words to himself, with the sense that he was viewing the world from the perspective of a profound new idea. Later, Kim Il Sung’s motto of “The people are my God” and the Juche idea originated from this idea about the “people
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