This picture is common in North Korea-.-. Notice one of the kids is actually holding a gun...

This picture is common in North Korea-.-. Notice one of the kids is actually holding a gun...

North Korea's Kim dynasty: the making of a personality cult

On former leader Kim Jong-il’s birthday, Christopher Richardson examines the way epic accounts of heroic feats formed a foundation for the totalitarian state

Common picture in North Korea. Notice one kid holding a gun?

The Dear Leader uses his image as a stamp of his absolute authority over North Korea — while outside the Hermit Kingdom, his likeness symbolizes tyranny and oppression

the faces should be changed, but this is the gist, murals of a figurehead dictator would be posted on government buildings

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