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 Post subject: Re: North Korea's leader is dead.
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:41 am 
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@aister... one party rule is fascism.. so it is same.. actually dictatorship n fascism is almost same.. n so is communism...

anyway hope north n south can break the wall like germany did in 90s..

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 Post subject: Re: North Korea's leader is dead.
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:47 am 
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nope, communism isn't facism.

communism based on ideal equality among everybody, while facism based on ideal race, which say their race is the best, and anyone has the blood of another race is inferior and "polute" their pure blood, and hence eliminate them.

don't treat communism like facism just becuz they are one party government

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 Post subject: Re: North Korea's leader is dead.
PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:10 pm 
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mfreak wrote:
North Korea is a strong counry alright. But am talking about the economic strain it might put on the South Koreans if united. There will be stigma toward north koreans, the poorly developed north vs the south, idealogies etc will definitely be challenges. Not to mention, healthcare and education which is totally different in the north. Will take a lot of effort to bridge these gaps.


There won't be a merger between the two countries. They hate eachother too much. A change of leaders won't get rid of that animosity.

Not to mention you'll have the issue of that ridiculously large minefield between them if they do merger

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 Post subject: Re: North Korea's leader is dead.
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They are talking about it. It isnt going to happen any time soon. But Id say its definitely on the cards, given that most countries support it. Many see it as inevitable, but difficult. But I wouldnt say NEVER. Political, economic and social issues will be the major points of consideration if such a thing happens.

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 Post subject: Re: North Korea's leader is dead.
PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 9:51 pm 
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Side note. North Korea's people are so brainwashed the streets of NK are flooded with people tears.

I doubt a merge is even remotely possible without civil crime against SK becoming a major issue. After all SK is to the NK as America is to Iran (In a matter of enemy status).


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