A poignant video of Pyongyang school children crying their hearts out over the death of their late leader, Kim Jong-il, has touched viewers all around the world.
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They do not look more of a fake than an American smile or "How're you?" About same level. It all needs to be put in cultural context. Then it will not look so ridiculous. Them fakeful smiles at least.
Its all fake .I have seen many photos on many news sites and every one shows anybody faceing the camers crying but people stood well in the backgrounds not a tear.So when the cameras on you its cry or die time.
Kim Jong-un will be a dictator not because of his will but
because of the system of his country.
To believe in god, or in a dictator, or in a government which always deceives you… the choice is not up to you.
I love the way they all look at the camera at once. "Are we doing this right?"
I have seen better acting on the sci fi movie channel…. Seriously
I have… no really… I’m not kidding
I wonder if anyone will grieve when George Bush or Tony Blair die!?!
I'm going to predict that China will play a huge role in developing and nurturing Kim Jong-Un. Maybe we'll see South Korea and China clash for the resources in North Korea.
This just goes to illustrate what a thoroughly demented country North Korea is. The sooner this regime is removed from power and its territory handed over to the South, the better.
It is time for the people of the North Korea to unite again with their new leader to build strong nation to have one big dream " uniting for North and South Korea in to one ancient tradition nations in this world."
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