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N.Koreans Sobbing in the streets after hearing of Kim Jong Ill's death. Crazy (Video)

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posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 07:52 AM
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Originally posted by king Pop!p
I could imagine what these people feel.


What most of these people are feeling are the effects of brainwashing and/or Stockholm Syndrome. Jim Jong il was nothing more than a ruthless dictator.

IRM




posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 07:58 AM
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Originally posted by InfaRedMan

Originally posted by king Pop!p
I could imagine what these people feel.


What most of these people are feeling are the effects of brainwashing and/or Stockholm Syndrome. Jim Jong il was nothing more than a ruthless dictator.

IRM


Thats OK IRM..............

Hillary will morn for all Americans that are too young to remember what a ruthless dictator he truly was.


"We are deeply concerned with the well-being of the North Korean people and our thoughts and prayers are with them during these difficult times," Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton



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posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 08:00 AM
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Originally posted by king Pop!p
Forgive me if its in the wrong forum. Mods, you know what to do, if it is.

I could imagine what these people feel. He made himself a larger then life figure to his people over the past decades. These folks are like children when losing a parent, feeling totally lost.. Its crazy seeing human beings behave like this for one man.

ANYWHO!!.. Here is the link www.worldstarhiphop.com...


Not as crazy as seeing millions line the streets in tears at the death of a singer or actor.

Or for that matter hundreds of little girls crying when Justin Bieber walks past them on his way into a concert...

In fact, these people have far more right to cry and feel extreme sadness because this man provided whatever these citizens have or had...



posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 08:59 AM
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Originally posted by NeoVain
reply to post by blackrain17
 

You have to ask yourself, why would this be true? Well, North Korea wants nothing of the western banking system and it´s unfluences such as fiat currency, opting instead of a centrally planned economy (currently one of the the worlds only ones, according to wikipedia en.wikipedia.org... )

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I've seen this suggested a few times now and I just can't understand how people come to this conclusion. NK is not a wealthy nation, what benefit would there be for any "NWO" or global bankers to want to be there in the first place? There is no real national economy, they don't export, they hardy import, they survive from outside aid.

I just don't understand how anyone can seriously want to try to weave their other conspiracies into everything else when it clearly doesn't make sense to.



posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 09:09 AM
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Originally posted by jrmcleod

Originally posted by king Pop!p
Forgive me if its in the wrong forum. Mods, you know what to do, if it is.

I could imagine what these people feel. He made himself a larger then life figure to his people over the past decades. These folks are like children when losing a parent, feeling totally lost.. Its crazy seeing human beings behave like this for one man.

ANYWHO!!.. Here is the link www.worldstarhiphop.com...


Not as crazy as seeing millions line the streets in tears at the death of a singer or actor.

Or for that matter hundreds of little girls crying when Justin Bieber walks past them on his way into a concert...

In fact, these people have far more right to cry and feel extreme sadness because this man provided whatever these citizens have or had...


I think it's a little disingenuous to compare a couple of thousand adoring fans amongst millions of citizens who weep for an hour over a dead celebrity with millions of citizens all *required* to show extreme grief or risk being moved to a camp.
Celebrity adoration is through choice and stupidity, their adoration for their "dear leader" is through fear and brainwashing over decades. There is a massive difference.
You can rest assured that if any of these people were acting this way in NK over anyone else, they would be rounded up for daring to be different.

Quite simply, I think trying to compare anything about the NK way of life with that of people anywhere else is totally ridiculous.



posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 09:17 AM
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You want bowl of rice? You cry.

They are probably crying in the streets now that the Pompadour (hairstyle) and platform shoes are out of style in Pyongyang. The rest of the country is probably silently celebrating.



posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 11:30 AM
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From what i've heard on the news,the North Koreans aren't very bothered about Kim's death because their lives are full of work and trying to get food on the table.Judging by the video, i would say that they are faking the tears or thats just the funny way North Koreans cry.



posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 03:00 PM
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Originally posted by Viking9019
From what i've heard on the news,the North Koreans aren't very bothered about Kim's death because their lives are full of work and trying to get food on the table.Judging by the video, i would say that they are faking the tears or thats just the funny way North Koreans cry.

Here we go again, "from what I've heard on the news"
Yep Fox and Cia.........CNN sorry.
Eat it up and keep that war machine greased......
Regards, Iwinder



posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 05:29 PM
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Please , post some links to back any of your claims



posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 10:25 PM
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Maybe not many Americans cried when Jack Kennedy was murdered,but they sure did in the UK.I could.nt get any sense out my female (and some males) relatives for weeks.



posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 07:35 AM
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I live in the USA and just this month, December, I have had several people ask me for a few dollars to buy them bread. BREAD!

I don't have barely any wealth at all, but I cannot possibly deny a human being bread!

So I got them a loaf of bread. And now I am being asked again to buy another loaf.

And these people have jobs!!!

Even if they are just trying to save a few bucks at my expense think about it for a minute. The only people who would ask for a loaf of bread are obviously in a very pathetic economic position in the first place.

In the good old USA!

A loaf of bread!



posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 05:16 PM
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Originally posted by Max_TO
reply to post by Iwinder
 


Please , post some links to back any of your claims

I am not claiming anything here but the truth, I have yet to see anything that changes my mind here about the war drums I am hearing.
You want to take a look at reality do you?
Here is one link chocked full of facts that you cannot deny.......
Link
www.rense.com...
If you live in North America please keep in mind we are in the same boat together here.
Regards, Iwinder



posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 05:41 PM
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Thanks for the link


But I don't see how this relates to NK and there oppressive government? I was simply pointing out that their people live in fear of their government and die in large numbers do to bad policy of their government resulting in starvation.

Having said that, to compare the poor in north America to the poor in a third world nation is not fair by any stretch of the imagination.

But it must be pointed out that the poor here in North America, or the third world should never be marginalized and that's not my goal
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posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 06:08 PM
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Originally posted by Max_TO
reply to post by Iwinder
 


Thanks for the link


But I don't see how this relates to NK and there oppressive government? I was simply pointing out that their people live in fear of their government and die in large numbers do to bad policy of their government resulting in starvation.

Having said that, to compare the poor in north America to the poor in a third world nation is not fair by any stretch of the imagination.

But it must be pointed out that the poor here in North America, or the third world should never be marginalized and that's not my goal
edit on 21-12-2011 by Max_TO because: star for the link

I agree but I will say that I now believe that what a third world nation is considered to be should be re-evaluated toot sweet....
I mean fast.
How this relates to the NK and their supposed oppressive government is that it is starting to look a lot like home here.
North Korea has a population of about 25 million give or take a few hundred thousand.
They do have almost a self sufficiency except for energy and sometimes food, not as bad as portrayed in the media though.
Now regarding the US they are running at 48% give or take of the population on food stamps or whatever you want to call it for assistance to survive.
That sounds kind of third world to me here.
Feel free to correct my math but I believe that would account for almost 160 million people.
Regards, Iwinder



posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 07:54 PM
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I agree with you that much improvement is needed at home to correct the many social issues we face. But to tie those issues into a thread regarding NK and how there government treats its people and then to down play the situation in NK and what all of there people are going through is not the best tatic.

Nor is it fair to label any report pertaining to NK and it's tarible treatment of its people as propaganda.

It's my belief that each issue can stand on there own without the need of diminishing one to elevate the other.



posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 08:00 PM
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Originally posted by OrNaM3nT
Either faking it or kim jong il made them believe he was their savior.


Of course. Such regimes have their whole population brain-washed to the max. I would not be surprised if their tears were real. You need to understand how such dictatorships/regimes work. Those people DON'T KNOW that there is something like freedom or other countries with other, possible better (lol?) political systems. Brainwashed from the moment they are born.

Their King Jong-Jung or whatever his name was..their saver/god..with the rest of the world enemy devils, the Western world in particular.
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posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 08:05 PM
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reply to post by king Pop!p
 


what is the difference between the North Korean public display of grief and UK out pouring of grief when Princess Diana died?

Maybe all the People that cried in public in the UK were also brain washed?



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 12:50 PM
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reply to post by king Pop!p
 


Funny how CNN and the other western mainstream Pundits expersts call those crying faked



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 12:51 PM
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Originally posted by InfaRedMan

Originally posted by king Pop!p
I could imagine what these people feel.


What most of these people are feeling are the effects of brainwashing and/or Stockholm Syndrome. Jim Jong il was nothing more than a ruthless dictator.

IRM


Ah just like with the ruthless dictators of Hillary Clintion Bill Clintion, Obama, Bush and i go on?



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 05:53 PM
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Originally posted by Max_TO
reply to post by Iwinder
 


I agree with you that much improvement is needed at home to correct the many social issues we face. But to tie those issues into a thread regarding NK and how there government treats its people and then to down play the situation in NK and what all of there people are going through is not the best tatic.

Nor is it fair to label any report pertaining to NK and it's tarible treatment of its people as propaganda.

It's my belief that each issue can stand on there own without the need of diminishing one to elevate the other.

My point is everyone here is flapping at the lips about NK this and that and they are quoting American news sources in doing so.
People here love to quote the MSM in regards to NK and fail to remember these same agencies pushed and pushed the Weapons of Mass destruction in Iraq which we all know now there was no such thing.
Now when I show a link
www.rense.com...
That shows without a doubt that the US is in much much more trouble than the MSM Media portrays I find myself under attack, but not the facts.
This thread started on the premise that NK is full of propaganda and they were suffering big time eating dirt and grass.
I am saying here that the US cannot even support their own right now, but by golly they have a few thousand military bases around the world right now.
I live only 45 miles from Detroit and let me tell you, I will pick you up at the Border and drop you off in the East side at dusk and leave you to it.
You think the NK are having a bad time eh?
You wouldn't make it 150 yards before you are eating dirt, and I mean buried for sure.
I hate to repeat myself but here it goes anyways, what you people are calling false grief is just uncalled for.
People all grieve and they all grieve in their own way, now unless your an expert of grief your comments are just hearsay.
Regards, Iwinder




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