Korea / 조선

Ian Goodrum on Twitter with a long-ass thread "on imperialism in the Korean Peninsula, the division between north and south," etc.

God, this was long but worth it. I only wish that he gave the books he was citing in the thread that he used. Usually he does so. I think that Ian Goodrum is definitely one of the few shining starts of the current CPUSA, which is beset by tailism right now (vote for Biden because "that’s what the wo…

Once again, thanks to Comrade Natalie (https://nitter.net/NatalieRevolts) for posting this. Once again, I encourage you to go subscribe to her on Twitter, she posts a lot of interesting informations and pictures related to the DPRK…

Statistics report by UNICEF about the DPRK (2017)

Interesting data. Shows that conditions are not as bad as western media likes to claim. (There is room for further improvement, but consider the heavy sanctions and threats it’s constantly placed under and you’ll understand.)…

Campaign for Minimizing Damage from Typhoon Launched in DPRK

Typhoon preparation was also brought up at yesterday’s politburo meeting. Excerpt from the report:

Kim Jong Un set forth tasks for the Party organizations, people’s power organs and public security organs at all levels, sayin…

75th anniversary of Korea's liberation is today

Today, 15th August, in 1945, was the day of Korea’s liberation from the Japanese imperialists. The Korean communist partisans had been resisting for 20 years before that. The link of this post is a feature done by Naenara on the occassion, with further information…

Possible coronavirus case in DPRK; convened Politburo meeting decides on further measures

Remember, south Korean media claimed that the DPRK wouldn’t report if they had a coronavirus case? Well, once again, south Korean media was wrong…

Korea / 조선

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    1. No imperialist apologia. The DPRK didn’t start the war. US imperialist invasion was not justified. Neither are their army bases in south Korea. The sanctions were and are not justified.

    2. Be respectful. The imperialist media likes to describe the DPRK people as completely brainwashed, and that it’d be fine to completely destroy that country in an invasion. Don’t act like the imperialist media.

    3. Be skeptical of your sources. Don’t trust the media that has been known to report many falsehoods about Korea already. (You may still link to them if they write something interesting / worth reading, just be careful.)