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Why there are no riots in the DPRK

Why there are no riots in the DPRK


London 14th of August Juche 103

In recent days the US city of St Louis in Missouri state has been shaken by riots sparked off by the killing of an innocent Afro-American youth by a white police officer. Riots are not an unusual phenomenon in the US and other capitalist countries. In 1992 Los Angeles was rocked by riots and in the 1960s there were frequent riots such as the Watts riot. The UK too has a history of rioting the most recent riots being the August 2011 which saw 5 deaths and over 3.
000 arrested and jailed. Previously in the 1980s there had been riots in Brixton, Tottenham, Liverpool and many other places.

ioting in capitalist countries
Such occurrences would be impossible in the DPRK where the people are fully united around the leader and party and form a harmonious integral

Unity in the DPRK

The situation in the so called “advanced” capitalist countries is in contrast to the Juche socialist Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The DPRK is one of the most stable countries on earth, in fact probably the most stable country in the world . Young people there do not riot but instead act as the shock brigade in socialist construction and take part with vigour in the defence of the country.  The DPRK is based on the socialist ownership of the means of production so there is no social inequality. There are no social contradictions and no racial discrimination. In the DPRK there is   no unemployment , there are no spending cuts and taxation was abolished in 1974 .

The DPRK is based on the Juche Idea, the philosophical principle of which is that man is the master. Thus because of the socialist ownership of the means of production which is both underpinned and enhanced by the Juche Idea , people in the DPRK have a high sense of ‘taking ownership’ of ‘stakeholding’ which does not exist in any capitalist country. Moreover politics in the DPRK are based on benevolence and trust , the supreme principle of the party and the state is to improve living standards.

Happy life in the DPRK

Under the banner of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism  and the leadership of the dear respected Marshal Kim Jong Un, the people are united and all share the same
goal of advancing towards a thriving socialist country.

f you visit the Korean Revolution Museum you will see the picture of the great leader President Kim Il Sung with the people around him symbolising the unity, amity and harmony of the DPRK which is impossible in a sick, decadent capitalist societies such as the US.


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