And while many people tend to believe that N Korea is a country of progress and military excellence and that the order in the country is well established – all citizens are happy with communism and all people in the realm are following the rules established by the higher authority.However, this is not what a N Korean journalist revealed recently taking a super dangerous hazard while making a short documentary footage of the reality in N Korea (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-11868641).
The video is far from what people would consider a cheap us car rental – ie it is not a provocation, it is not a proclamation of ideals. It is the painful truth about the people in North Korea – the country is being shaken by poverty and anger, people are insecure and trust no authority and no matter how much the leaders present it as a country of military excellence, it all has its costs.
Poverty is a main issue that many people pay no attention to it in N Korea – the hunger is after thousands of people and the poverty seems to have no end because many of the North Koreans live a desperate life with no education opportunities, with no social integration policies to support and assist them in finding a better place in the public.
These facts appear just days after the conflicts between the South and the North and are evident for the desire of many people to change the life they have in North Korea. While the South is becoming a major global player and is a well established economic force in Asia, The North is closed, isolated from many of the developments of the new world and supports the policies of strict, even extreme communism that suppresses the pubic development and the social integration.
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