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


Atheism, Religion, God is Imaginary. Think of the egotism of a man who believes that an infinite being wants his praise.


Why Choco Pies are banned in North Korea - WTF fun facts : Originally Choco Pies were given to the workers as special rewards for their work (kinda like a bonus)


Mike Huckabee, Asshole of the Day for April 13, 2014 by TeaPartyCat (Follow @TeaPartyCat) For the last 5 years there has been a neverending pattern of conservatives clutching their pearls and crying tyranny. Often it can be something like spying on American citizens and they cry out that Obama has destroyed American freedom, even though, as in the case of Sean Hannity, the program started under Bush and Hannity was a very vocal supporter of the program under Bush. But invocations of tyranny…


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...

Diciembre 23 en la historia: Earthquake wreaks devastation in Nicaragua; Vincent Van Gogh chops off ear; WWII begins; The Christmas poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas" is first published; Former Japanese premier Hideki Tojo is executed; Mormon religion founder Joseph Smith, Jr. Is born; North Korea releases the 82 U.S. Seamen -

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. Traditionally religion in North Korea primarily consisted of Buddhism and Confucianism and Korean shamanism.

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