How You Can Get Into North Korea

In January 2016, an American college student was detained in North Korea on charges of “hostile acts” against the state. The student was just leaving the country after a five day guided tour approved and monitored by the North Korean government. But although the US has long discouraged travel to Continue Reading

Secret US Plan To Crush North Korea

Despite summits between North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and the United States’ President Trump, tensions on the Korean peninsula remain markedly high. During his meetings with President Trump, Kim Jong Un promised to stop, or at least heavily curtail, his nation’s nuclear program, and yet American intelligence agencies have extensive Continue Reading

Where are you, Dear General? [Subtitles]

Ah – Supreme Headquarters Where are you? – Where are you? Lead us to you! When the bright Big Dipper in the sky we see Fatherly General We ask ourself where you now are Light shines in the window of the Supreme Headquarters General out there somewhere where are you Continue Reading

What If North Korea Wasn’t Communist?

Hello and welcome back to Life’s Biggest Questions, I’m Ron McKenzie-Lefurgey. Well, here we are again. North Korea. The enigma. Some of us know very little about the country, and some of us know far more than we would have liked. It’s a country of strife and struggle, largely due Continue Reading

Why Did America Fight the Korean War?

Mention the Korean War today and most people will look at you with a blank stare. At the time it was fought, just five years after World War II ended, everyone recognized it as a world-shaping conflict, a stark confrontation between the forces of democracy and communism. It began on Continue Reading

N. Korean leader not elected as deputy to parliament for first time in N. Korean history

North Korea released the results of its parliamentary election held on Sunday. While the communist state elected nearly 700 deputies to the Supreme People’s Assembly, its leader Kim Jong-un was not included in the list — the first such case in the regime’s history. Oh Jung-hee tells us why. For Continue Reading

Is GERMAN REUNIFICATION a model for the KOREAS? – VisualPolitik EN

Here’s the question everybody’s been wondering for the past few days: what would happen if both North Korea and South Korea merged into a one single nation? Yes, I know this isn’t something that should happen in the near future. But it certainly is a possibility–and one that might happen Continue Reading

What North Korea Can Learn From Vietnam

The choice of Hanoi for Kim Jong Un’s second summit with U.S. President Donald Trump holds particular significance for the North Korean leader. Vietnam and the U.S., once military enemies, are now partners in trade. That history could offer Kim a road map for making peace with the world’s mightiest Continue Reading

How Do North Koreans See America?

With a closed media and a fierce propaganda program, North Korea might be considered to be a nation gripped in fear of the outside world. But what do these people think about the outside world, and in particular the USA? Relations have been tense between the two nations since the Continue Reading

Communism Could DESTROY The World.

mixed in with Marxism is atheism a hatred of God no why is that so important we’re all irreligious in our country in this country anyway so why would that matter it’s important because our country is based upon the ten commandments our justice system is based upon the ten Continue Reading