Religion: North Korea is officially an atheist state in which much of the population is nonreligious. North Korea sees organized religious activity as a potential challenge to the leadership.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_North_Korea#Religious_demography

A religious rally in Pyongyang, North Korea. The women viewed in the picture are participating in a Government-sponsored religious activity.

North Korea, 1995: One of the few pictures that exist showing how poor a (great) part of Noth Korea is.

North Korea, 1995 One of the few pictures that exist showing how poor a (great) part of Noth Korea is.

Key moments in 2017 that brought the United States and North Korea to the brink of nuclear war

As long as Pyongyang refuses to talk and continues to build and test relentlessly, will pressure to strike North Korea become too great?

No one brags on North Korea, it is more a criminal gang with a flag. It represses religion, human rights, and is one of the few poor spots in Asia , But if you look at capitalism with a heart, democratic socialism or social capitalism in Canada, Sweden and Germany have been very competitive. They have lower crime rates,  longer life spans while spending less per capita and higher school scores

The GOP Mind at Work ~ North Korea as an example of "socialism?" You've got to be kidding.

Getting Drunk in North Korea - Robert Foyle Hunwick - The Atlantic

Getting Drunk in North Korea

With crappy beer, strange nightclubs, and even bad hangovers, Pyongyang's nightlife may be the only domain in which a Westerner can find normalcy in the Hermit Kingdom.

10 Places in North Korea That Look Like They’ve Been Taken Out Of Fairy Tales

Religion: Buddhism is one of the religions practiced in North Korea. There are roughly 300 buddhist temples in the country, and this is one shown here. Buddhism makes up of North Korea's religion.

North Korea - 70,000 Christians 'locked in concentration camps'. Believers now get labeled as 'security threat'. whatever secular benefits may have trickled down to residents of the isolated communist nation, there is no evidence of any improvement in the condition of the persecuted church there. A Christian believer and three generations of his or her family can still go to prison for life just for owning a Bible.

Kim Jong Un, current leader, son of Kim Jong Il, grandson of Kim Il Sung, founder of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea

He will not allow you to break

HE won't put more on you than you can bear. Have mustard seed size faith and trust in HIM.

Religion: In North Korea, where religion is banned,the only worship is that of the trinity of Kim family dictators—the late Eternal President Kim Il Sung, his son Kim Jong Il (who died last year), and current leader Kim Jong Eun.  http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424127887324461604578191830052549850?mod=WSJ_article_comments&mg=reno64-wsj&url=http%3A%2F%2Fonline.wsj.com%2Farticle%2FSB10001424127887324461604578191830052549850.html%3Fmod%3DWSJ_article_comments#articleTabs=article

People were massacred in North Korea for WHAT?!?

People have tried to suppress the Bible and its still here with us in multiple languages, countries and available online in many ways.

South Korean guards fired warning shots across the heavily militarized border with North Korea on Thursday as a soldier from the North defected in thick fog, complicating efforts to ease tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs.

Shots fired at DMZ as North Korean soldier defects to South

South Korean guards fired warning shots across the heavily militarized border with North Korea on Thursday as a soldier from the North defected in thick fog, complicating efforts to ease tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs.

Trump has responded to the news on Twitter, calling North Korea a "rogue nation" and a "great threat and embarrassment."

Powerful Explosion Detected In North Korea In Possible Nuclear Weapons Test

Infos, news & actualités - L'information internationale en direct - France 24

In yet another batch of absurd news to come out of North Korea, the country’s infamous leader Kim Jong-Un has pulled a Grinch and stole Christmas from its citizens.  (via giphy)  Home to almost 25 million people, North Korea also boasts a variety of different religions ranging from Korean s...

In yet another batch of absurd news to come out of North Korea, the country’s infamous leader Kim

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