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SAD Birthday Party

 
 
Reply Thu 14 Jan, 2010 10:47 am
In January 8th, North Korea celebrated the birthday of Kim Jung eun

Lots of fireworks were imported from China for the celabration, and sings prasing Kim Jung eun were song all day long. The government also announced that January 8th will be the national holiday of North Korea

As a result, starting from Kim Ilsung, the 3 major holiday of North Korea are now all birthdays of the Kim's family.

Instead of the people wholeheartedly celebrating the birthday, the present situation in North Korea does not allow the people to rejoice the holiday because of the serious famine.

The Kim dynasty is only concentrating in maintaining the regime, while utterly neglecting the pain of the North Korean people.
Do they deserve all these birthday parties and celebration?
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Reply Tue 19 Jan, 2010 06:29 pm
@blackrose cv,
Definitely not. I think it's time North Korea opened up to the world, even if it means giving up their (not so) nuclear power, because their people seriously need the aid.
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