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But the invite came with a catch - we were only allowed to film model farms, model villages, model schools and model homes.
We were instructed to film statues of the Great Leader, who although dead is still president, and portraits of his son the current Dear Leader, Kim Jong-il.
We were never allowed to film anything off the official programme or speak to anyone unscripted.
When we headed into the countryside we were driven at breakneck speed past towns and villages in various stages of
Originally posted by hungrydirt
Sounds very similar to the Junta in Burma. These are the places where someone without their frenzied tentacles in the oil soaked depths of the Middle East needs to step in. The citizens of Myanmar and North Korea are being bullied and oppressed by a military; the only way to free them is to remove the military powers. It's simple.
Originally posted by RedGolem
reply to post by princeofpeace
they have been throwing treats back and forth for fifty years.
Not much has changed, I doubt war will happen any time soon.
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
But, like i said, freedom is for each man to fight for. If you do not spill your blood for freedom, then it may not mean as much.