Juche Girl

I love Dear Leader Kim Jong Il

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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Dear Comrade Kim Jong Il

I love Dear Leader Kim Jong Il.

Let's sing of dear Comrade Kim Jong Il ^_^

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29 Comments:

  • At 1:46 PM, Blogger Jennifer said…

    Astounding. My little girls couldn't take their eyes off the screen. It seems that in their youthful purity, they can understand the great message of the song about your dear leader, Kim Jong Il. I, on the other hand, need a translation. Perhaps you could translate a few of the lyrics into English, Comrade Kim Jong Seok? Please share the wealth. :)

     
  • At 10:07 PM, Blogger Lily's world said…

    I am sick of you always say "I love dear leader" thing, and said "I hate Bush" many times. so, I am sick of your homeland N.K. because they are monster people that I wont tell you I found out the photo showed to see how awful North Korea lab people cut off of the korea babies' brians put into the jars to sell to the black market in N. Korea and be eaten. And the guy ate arms, legs, and heads. I learned about it last week. Now I am tell you that how awful about N. Korea. I hate Kim!!

     
  • At 10:08 PM, Blogger Lily's world said…

    YOU ARE SICKO.

     
  • At 11:30 PM, Blogger Defender of the Red Flag said…

    Like Juche girl I love Kim Jong Il!!!

    But I hate war criminal George W Bush :(

     
  • At 11:37 PM, Blogger Josiah said…

    is this a joke?

    If it's not, perhaps you could tell me what the North Korean media is reporting about their missile tests the other day?

     
  • At 11:40 PM, Blogger Defender of the Red Flag said…

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  • At 11:50 PM, Blogger Josiah said…

    oh, and what ever happened to that Ryugyong Hotel?

     
  • At 5:22 PM, Blogger CommieKiller said…

    Juche Girl, you have no idea who and what you are supporting. No clue at all. Obviously, you don't live in DPRK because if you did, you wouldn't even know what a computer or the internet was. SO, since you live somewhere where internet is allowed, why don't you see what the rest of the world (not just the US) thinks of DPRK and Kim Jong Il. If you choose to deny the truth, it will show your extremely limited brain capacity. Kim Jong Il is evil incarnate. He only has 2 things on his mind: himself and the perpetation of his backward/isolationist regime. Remember, those who have power fear to loose it. Do you think Kim Jong Il really considers his people when making a decision? No. He makes decision based on how he personally can get ahead. This man must be removed from power and brutalized and starved just as he as brutalized and starved his own people. It's military must be subdued and eliminated since it is most likely irreversebly indoctrinated and serves Kim Jon Il's personal interests alone. Several generations of North Koreans have lived in fear and oppresion. They have been imprisoned, killed and tortured for nothing more than suspicion of disagreement. This is fact. Kim Jong Il terrorizes his own people. These people are now socially inept, uneducated, but highly indoctrinated in the ways of Kim Jong Il. It is their duty to starve for Kim Jon Il. Not Korea. They are serving a despotic leader the likes of which the world has experienced only on a few occasions. North Korea is a useless little country with nothing to add to the world economy. It produces nothing and cannot feed it's own people. Juche should be given a different meaning all together: honerable starvation for the benefit Kim Jong Il. In Iran, atleast they give their young population heroin so they have no clue what is happening to them and have no desire to rise up. In North Korea, you are starved so you won't rise up. North Korea is a lost cause. We should go there and take their land from them and slap them in the face like the bitches that they are. And then go there for vacation and piss on Kim Il Sung's and Kim Jong Il's grave (he'll be dead by then). I would also like Kim Jong Il's porn collection to sell on Ebay.

     
  • At 6:26 AM, Blogger Stuart said…

    According to Kim Myong-Chol, who is a spokesperson for the DPRK, the USA did not understand why the Dear Leader launched a Taepodong-2 missile on July 4. "I'm afraid America has no sense of humour. Kim Jong-il has offered celebrations to the US and happy birthday to George Bush."

    America and Bush are stupid, and ignorant of Korean culture.

    Link here: http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,19721155-601,00.html

    Stuart

     
  • At 9:04 AM, Blogger Comrade Dman said…

    Anyone who doesn't believe "Juchegirl" lives in North Korea has my respect. And if she does, she wouldn't be posting, because as I've said plenty of times before, North Korea does not have internet access.

    Also Defender of the Red Flag is a batshit insane New Zealander who loves North Korea because he himself is Korean. Furthermore, I say we point and laugh at Ubin (Defender of the Red Flag) for being such an idiot. Behold: http://www.heavengames.com/cgi-bin/forums/display.cgi?action=t&number=1&dp=0&s_name=legion&s_subject=

     
  • At 9:07 AM, Blogger Comrade Dman said…

    http://www.heavengames.com/cgi-bin/forums/
    display.cgi?action=t&number=
    1&dp=0&s_name=legion&s_subject=

     
  • At 3:00 PM, Blogger Mal Renyolds said…

    First, let's not sing of the "Dear Leader" and say we did. Also, contrary to popular belief, North Korea has limited internet access, it's in a single government controled and monitered cyber cafe.

     
  • At 12:44 PM, Blogger Shaken said…

    Here is a song:

    Dear dear demented Little Leader,
    Why are you not so tall?
    Can you not make your hair go higher?

    Dear dear demented Little Leader,
    Will feed your people today?
    Could you be any worse of a liar?

     
  • At 7:11 PM, Blogger Jeju_Do said…

    Let's not. Rather we can sing the song of where the DPRK falls and all Koreans can reunite under one nation!

    middlegroundx.blogspot.com

     
  • At 7:00 PM, Blogger Erik said…

    This is actually a rather interesting commentary. Juche girl is a bit off in her representation of the DPRK's official propaganda, but it probably passes with most people who haven't undertaken a serious study of North Korea.

    For those of you who dismiss the idea of the DPRK having the internet, you are a bit off. They have a more restrictive firewall system that is based on China's. A few thousand people have been granted full access to the internet in order to spread the good will of North Korea.

    Alas, Jennifer, a true North Korean would not ask you to be her big sister. Caucasians in general are regarded as morally inferior in North Korea. Their only place is as barbarians or tribute payers to the Korean people.

    Contrary to other comments, the North Korean's are not sickos, but they are programmed from quite a young age to believe that the Leader takes good care of his people, eats only what the troops eat and is the greatest person alive. Further, this is oft used as a tactic to guilt people into doing things, not for the good of the state, but for the good of their benevolent Dear Leader.

    Anyone who is really interested in the North Korean culture should check out Michael Breen's bio on Kim JongIl, Andrei Lenkov's books and articles, and Brian Myers various works. Myers is also working on a new book on the infantization of North Koreans by their leadership. It seems to explain a lot of why the DPRK does what it does.

    We generally assume that North Korea is acting irrationally because Kim JongIl is crazy. In reality they are acting largely on ideology - screwed up as it may be.

     
  • At 4:01 AM, Blogger DG said…

    In Australia we have lots of names for our leader, John Howard (little Johnny), but Dear or Great Leader is never among them.

     
  • At 10:26 PM, Blogger babyinawell said…

    Many praises dear Leader!
    Dear Leader not bad like evil President Satan Bush. President Satan Bush very evil. Many times I see him eat baby and sell cripple legs to hungry jew. Great leader not like that... Dear Leader so nice! Dear leader grow new baby from Dear Leaders ear wax put in very fertile soil of DPRK. Once great leader meet grateful worker who lose arm. Great Leader rub sweat from back on man's stump and arm grow back in front of eyes! American not practice Juche. All food in Korea come from gracious pit of Dear leader. American President Satan Bush only sweat smell of swine! Dear Leader make kimchi so good from sweat of his man loins! Long live Dear Leader!

     
  • At 8:27 PM, Blogger Juche Boy said…

    Kim Jong Il has performed revolutionary exploits to shine long in the history of the country through his energetic ideological and theoretical activities and great revolutionary practices, while carrying forward the revolutionary cause of Juche pioneered by President Kim Il Sung. The outstanding greatness of Kim Jong Il as a peerless politician lies in the fact that he has scientifically led the revolution and construction to a brilliant victory without a mistake or failure for nearly 40 years. His greatness is expressed in his pursuing the most independent politics, politics of love and trust and leading the revolution and construction with his invincible army-first politics. The might of his independent politics has been fully demonstrated in the most arduous and complicated struggle. The moves of the imperialists and reactionaries to stifle the DPRK have been totally smashed by his bold grit and just politics.
    The miraculous victory of the DPRK, which has firmly defended the socialism of Korean style and laid firm foundations for the building of a powerful nation in fierce confrontation with the imperialists is the victory of the unique army-first politics founded by him.

     
  • At 11:50 PM, Blogger sunjae429 said…

    if your leader "comrad" Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung were sO good, why did most people leave DPRK?
    face it this thing is pathetic oh and just so you know, everything about bush is just a rumour.
    PS My grandfather comes from DPRK and he says that he left because of those politics.

     
  • At 8:41 PM, Blogger Lee said…

    I am also very loving to the Dear Leader Kim Jong-Il, but it is making me sadder when I see commenters and others that are in league with Bush the villian and would like to see the Dear Leader Kim Jong-Il stop living his wonderful life out of jealous hatred.
    I have been living in Bush country and it's associates, and I have been seeing all the hatred against the Dear Leader and the DPRK. I am hating them for their not denying the villianous nature of Bush and his comrades, but at the same moment I am pitying them for their mistake. They are in forcible control of the rest of Korea against the people's will. I would like it very much to see them leave.
    Thank you.
    Lee.

     
  • At 7:10 AM, Blogger goran said…

    my country used to be communist but without asking my permission they changed the system to what they call democracy and all that happened is that now we have more crime, much more drug use, people are antisocial and miserable and it just sucks. It used to be that everyone got free education, free top rate medical care, we all had access to cheap apartments and houses. Now it's corruption and McDonaldization and people are getting fat.

    Please read Unhealthy Societies for definitive proof that people get sick and die younger in countries with big differences in socioeconomic status.

    Communism (or socialism if you wish) a la Yugoslavian style was great. We could travel abroad, and we did, one could have his own business, contrary to popular belief private property was OK, they just didn't feed us with this consumerism crap and praise the representative democracy as heaven on earth.

    North Korea has its shortcomings but please don't let this discourage you from studying the idea of socialism (self-management style) and hoping the time will soon come when this debt-induced slavery system will be ended.

     
  • At 12:11 PM, Blogger fossy said…

    Juche girl read this carefully,and if you still do not have a change of heart then i do not know what to say to you.


    Life for North Korea's 23 million population is harsh, with most people experiencing daily shortages of food.

    Consumer goods such as fridges, washing machines and bicycles are hard to come by. Acute power shortages curtail daily life outside major cities to daylight hours.

    Most roads are deserted as there are few cars, and the rail network is run down and dilapidated. Most North Koreans are forbidden to travel outside the country.

    In the mid-1990s, years of economic mismanagement and drought culminated in a severe famine in which the UN estimates between 500,000 and 2 million people may have died.

    While the food situation has improved in recent years, the UN World Food Programme warns that cereal production remains well below minimum requirements and that levels of malnutrition, particularly among children, are still high.

    The government strictly controls all aspects of daily life. North Koreans are divided into three socio-political classes; "hostile", "wavering" and "committed", according to how loyal the regime perceives them to be.

    All media is state controlled. TV and radios are fixed-tuned to the state channels since reception of foreign television is forbidden. Radios must be registered at police stations and are delivered sealed to prevent retuning.

    These controls mean that most North Koreans may have little or no idea of world events, or how their country and their "Dear Leader", are perceived by the outside world.

    Political expression is strictly forbidden and any dissent harshly punished. A detailed report based on eyewitness accounts compiled by the US Committee for Human Rights in North Korea suggests that about 200,000 political prisoners are incarcerated in gulags and labour camps. In many cases, up to three generations of the same family are being detained. Inmates face a regime of hard labour and beatings, and are kept alive on starvation rations.

    This was written by bbc.

     
  • At 1:51 AM, Blogger antonio said…

    Hello
    Do not be mislead by the propaganda of the bourgeois, capitalist, and anticommunistimperialist. North Korea is the home of socialism, it is really the only communist country in the XXI century. That is the motivation it terrifies all the capitalists around the world. You must know that in the very democratic America the Communist Party is outlawed since 1950, and most of his very human states the death penalty been in force for the simplest crimes. In addition, the Americans are so patriotic that they kill each other just because one is white and the other is black.

     
  • At 6:11 PM, Blogger Varen said…

    Long live Dear Leader Kim Jong Il!

     
  • At 11:53 PM, Blogger BillORights said…

    This is a pretty good hoax. sort of like that conservative Kelly comic in the onion with the crying statue of liberty.

     
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