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

Founder: The North Korean Founder of THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE

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Celebrating 12 years of North Korea
(2009-2012 ----- ☭ ----- 2012-2021)



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    The abbreviated history of North Korea

    FactbookHistory by THE DEFENDER ALLIANCE . 1,039 reads.

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    Getting Involved - A Party Near You!

    FactbookPolitics by Comradeland . 966 reads.

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    Important Links

    MetaReference by Zulanka in NK . 622 reads.

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North Korea contains 21 nations, the 794th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Stationary in North Korea

Long-term World Census surveillance revealed which nations have been resident in their current region for the longest time.

As a region, North Korea is ranked 11,616th in the world for Most Stationary.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Socialist People's Democracy of GolanchiaCorrupt Dictatorship“Working Towards a Brighter Future!”
2.The Workers' State of Zulanka in NKLeft-wing Utopia“¡Hasta la Victoria Siempre!”
3.The Peoples Eco-Republic of North American CommunistsCivil Rights Lovefest“Seeking truth from facts”
4.The Fleet Admiral of Misleyan Group 1Left-Leaning College State“Pax Ignescens!”
5.The North Korean Founder of THE DEFENDER ALLIANCEDemocratic Socialists“***”
6.The People's democracy of Federal Socialst Republic Of AfricaDemocratic Socialists“Workers of the world unite”
7.The Republic of Courelli in NKAnarchy“Nobilitatis virtus non stemma character”
8.The Socialist Technocracy of FerasdorLeft-Leaning College State“Capitalism, cannot stand the might of the machines.”
9.The Sanctuary of Che TriumphantDemocratic Socialists“Go Vegan”
10.The Solidarity of Comrade MarkDemocratic Socialists“Let Us Fight For a New World!”
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Well, I took the test and it seems like my closest match was Market Anarchism. It is not so far fetched since I support worker ownership. I usually got Anarcho Syndacalism on other tests.
Here's the Url:
https://leftvalues.github.io/results.html?a=19.1&b=56.3&c=23.3&d=67.9&e=28.8&f=37.5&g=13.2

https://leftvalues.github.io/results.html?a=94.1&b=79.7&c=86.7&d=60.7&e=92.3&f=45.8&g=22.1
Closest Match: Marxism-Leninism. Color me shocked!

DPRK's History of Self-reliance (13)

Pyongyang, June 9 (KCNA) -- When the Fatherland Liberation War came to an end in July Juche 42 (1953), Pyongyang, the capital city of the DPRK, was turned into ruins. During the three-year war, the aggressors dropped in the city more than 428 000 bombs, equivalent to its population.

Anyhow, the Korean people rose up as one in the work to reconstruct the capital city.

In late July 1953, President Kim Il Sung convened a plenary meeting of the Cabinet to have a Cabinet decision "On the rehabilitation of Pyongyang City" adopted, which called for reconstructing cities of the country on a modern basis and building Pyongyang, in particular, into a splendid and beautiful city.

Under the decision, the reconstruction of Pyongyang was conducted on a full scale from the spring of 1954.

All Pyongyangites and students and servicepersons turned out in the struggle to complete the construction projects before the 9th anniversary of the national liberation (August 15, 1945), under the slogans "Let us reconstruct with our sweat the heroic city of Pyongyang defended at the cost of blood!" and "Let us build our capital city more beautifully and rapidly!". A large number of builders over-fulfilled their daily tasks twice or three times in the reconstruction of Pyongyang.

Thanks to their patriotic zeal and devoted efforts, the construction projects were completed in 70 days. In the period, a main road stretching from Pyongyang Railway Station to Moran Hill was built and a square was formed in the center of the city, on both sides of which united office buildings showed their shapes and buildings of several national institutions were commissioned. Meanwhile, Kim Il Sung University and scores of other schools at all levels were reconstructed or built, ring-shaped roads were made and buildings of various cultural institutions and public health organs and exterior works of dwelling houses were completed.

On August 12, 1954, the President cut the red ribbon at the opening ceremony of the central square formed in the heart of Pyongyang City and appreciated the builders' feats.

The DPRK people are calling this square Kim Il Sung Square with their boundless reverence for the President. -0-

Past Crimes Committed by Japanese Imperialists against Korean Nation

Pyongyang, June 9 (KCNA) -- After occupying Korea illegally in the last century, the Japanese imperialists had inflicted untold sufferings and misfortune upon the Korean people, committing lots of heinous crimes against them.

One of the crimes is that they cracked down with bayonets the Korean people's June 10th Independence Movement.

The movement, launched on June 10, 1926 with the death of Sunjong, the last emperor of the feudal Joson dynasty (1392-1910), and a funeral service for him as an occasion, was an eruption of the Korean nation's pent-up grudge against the Japanese imperialists' colonial rule.

Taking the Korean people's anti-Japanese sentiment into consideration, the Japanese imperialists set up a garrison command in Kyongsong (now Seoul) and posted cordons of police and gendarme along streets in a bid to check the advance of the masses going to mourn for the death of Sunjong. They mobilized 7 000 troops armed with cannons and machine guns from Japanese army divisions stationed in Korea and the Japan proper and 3 500 policemen.

On the funeral day, they deployed armed policemen along the roads to be passed by the bier and even made their special secret-service police and stooges creep into the masses.

Nevertheless, 200 000 people rose up in the demonstration in Kyongsong, scattering written appeals and shouting the slogans "Long live the independence of Korea!" and "the Japanese army, get out!".

The Japanese imperialists ruthlessly employed violence on the demonstrators. As a result, many people were wounded or arrested and cruelly tortured or killed in prison.

The facts more evidently show that the Japanese imperialists were the barbarous colonial ruler who trampled down the primary political rights of the Korean people. -0-

https://leftvalues.github.io/results.html?a=67.6&b=93.8&c=71.7&d=30.4&e=78.8&f=86.1&g=51.5
Marxism-Leninism! Tell me something I don't know!

Edit: https://www.politicalcompass.org/analysis2?ec=-7.0&soc=-2.21
Did this one, too!

IDLE NO MORE CALLS TO
#CANCELCANADADAY

“ Idle No More is asking individuals and groups to organize and support actions such as banner drops, sit ins, round dances, service disruptions, ceremonies, land defence camps, marches and rallies, on any traditional Indigenous territory on July 1. The movement stresses the importance centring Indigenous leadership in organizing efforts, including by supporting activities that are already being planned by Indigenous people.”

http://peoplesvoice.ca/2021/06/10/idle-no-more-calls-to-cancelcanadaday/?fbclid=IwAR0DX2i_XQWXhQ8SJHE8jSyGzDMptzVuwRYaHNkvaW4mHj5LVgTrI5uAZ88

Countries the Biden administration has sanctioned in less than half a year: Belarus, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Myanmar...

The American left is f**king pathetic. Most non-MLs went all-in to support a side in a contest between two racist rapists that was about as high-stakes as the fast food chicken sandwich wars, between franchises that are owned by the same companies, are. Spoiler alert: the harsh realities of American society are not accidental results of the Democrats' failure to get enough votes at the last election, but are systemic and the result of bipartisan consensus. Instead of the Squad dragging Biden left, we have Biden dragging the Squad right. The public option that was promised during the campaign has been dropped, and no one cares. The situation at the border has hardly changed, meanwhile the stimulus package included "assistance packages" for Central American countries conditional upon crushing neoliberal "reforms", which will surely aggravate the situation.

I was told, and so were many others, that my refusal to vote for Biden could only have been out of privilege. That seems to have been projection. They were concerned with their conscience, not material reality. But at least they don't have to hear about Orange Satan's tweets anymore!

Post by North Sakivia suppressed by Comradeland.

Diamatiya wrote:Countries the Biden administration has sanctioned in less than half a year: Belarus, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Myanmar...

The American left is f**king pathetic. Most non-MLs went all-in to support a side in a contest between two racist rapists that was about as high-stakes as the fast food chicken sandwich wars, between franchises that are owned by the same companies, are. Spoiler alert: the harsh realities of American society are not accidental results of the Democrats' failure to get enough votes at the last election, but are systemic and the result of bipartisan consensus. Instead of the Squad dragging Biden left, we have Biden dragging the Squad right. The public option that was promised during the campaign has been dropped, and no one cares. The situation at the border has hardly changed, meanwhile the stimulus package included "assistance packages" for Central American countries conditional upon crushing neoliberal "reforms", which will surely aggravate the situation.

I was told, and so were many others, that my refusal to vote for Biden could only have been out of privilege. That seems to have been projection. They were concerned with their conscience, not material reality. But at least they don't have to hear about Orange Satan's tweets anymore!

MY GOSH U SAID CURSE

Post self-deleted by Diamatiya.

GDP numbers are not what they seem: how they boost US and UK at expense of developing countries

https://theconversation.com/gdp-numbers-are-not-what-they-seem-how-they-boost-us-and-uk-at-expense-of-developing-countries-162468

Interesting. Changes in how GDP has been measured over the decades have artificially boosted the developed countries. That has ramifications in World Bank/IMF voting, debt-to-GDP ratios, etc.

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