Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Under The Warm Care Of Dear Leader Korea Enjoys Fruits Of True Freedom

The Korean monthly Korea Today fully displays the superiority of Juche-based man-centered society of the Songun Era over US capitalism :


Recently Doctors and researchers at the Pyongyang University of Medicine performed a kidney transplantation operation on a 19-year-old girl. She was in a critical condition with a urine poisoning.

Four days after operation her swelling went down and urine increased in quantity. It showed that her kidney began to function normally.

The researchers kept a close eye on negative reaction based on the up-to-date technology, thus getting over the three-month-long acute reaction period.

Six months have passed since the operation, and the patient feels no kidney dysfunction.

The transplantation operation fee amounts to US$ 130,000 ~ 300,000 and medical fee after the operation is no less than it. But all these operations and treatments are free of charge in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

It cost her nothing. She lives in the DPRK under the warm loving care of Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il the protector of children. Free health care, as can be witnessed in the DPRK and Cuba, is a sure sign of true freedom because thanks to the collectivist mindset of the society where the comrades all help and lead each other in single-minded harmony, building a great prosperous powerful socialist nation of utopian social justice, people are free from diseases. In the man-centered Juche-based Korean-style socialist system freely chosen by the Korean people, money isn't everything.

On the other hand, the consumerist US have a capitalist medical system where only the rich Bush clique, the KKK, and oil company executives and Hollywood celebrities can afford health. Indeed, in the USA, all the children always die of flu, cold, plague and syphillis because of the high cost of medical treatement in the immoral capitalist individualist greed-based society.

Thus Koreans have free health care while US citizens do not.

Therefore Koreans are free while "Americans" are not.


Anonymous said...

you sure your not making this story up??? it sounds too far fetched to me. why would anyone go to the DPRK for major surgey like that? the DPRK doesn't even have modern technology, like electricity.

By the way...Kim Il Jung looks Chucky...hahaha

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Anonymous said...

Do you ever write about anything besides Korea, Japan and the U.S.? For example: What did you do today? What did you have for dinner? Are you married or single? What do you like to do for fun? Where do you enjoy to go on vacation? What are your favorite things to do? Do you have any hobbies? What's your life like?

David said...

good point. What does a person do for fun in a juche-based, man-centered society?

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