I have been to many great cities in Europe and America.
Take a look at the capital of The People’s Democratic (like they have a choice) Republic of Korea.
Just guess what the difference is between London, New York, Glasgow, Paris, Florence, Madrid, Barcelona, Prague, Budapest, Warsaw, Atlanta, Amsterdam or indeed even Stockport and Pyongyang is…
Nobody is there. That’s the difference. Apart from party flunkies natch.
Oh hell, here’s the whole thing that inspired this…
In hearty response to the WPK’s call for bringing about a radical turn in the improvement of the people’s living standard by giving another impetus to light industry and agriculture this year in honour of the 65th anniversary of the WPK, light industry, agriculture and all other sectors of the national economy set to and gained innovative achievements.
The workers of the Kim Chaek Iron and Steel Complex, who, in response to the Party’s call, sent a letter titled “All out for the improvement of the people’s living standard!” to all other workers across the country, took the lead in the endeavour for a great upsurge; they installed and put into operation a curved-type continuous ingot-moulding machine, and then established a Juche-oriented iron production system based on a high-speed reduction method. The February 8 Vinalon Complex began to mass-produce vinalon; the Namhung Youth Chemical Complex began to produce fertilizer by means of anthracite gasification; the Taedonggang Combined Fruit Farm expanded its orchard area; the Songun Foundry was built at the Ryongsong Machine Complex; an e-library appeared at Kim Il Sung University; the Kaeson Youth Park was renovated; the Taegyedo tideland reclamation project was completed; and the Pyongyang Cornstarch Factory and other light industry factories were refashioned.
It sounds fucking awful. It’s from here. Unfortunately the DPRK website is playing silly buggers so I can’t give you a permalink as such. It’s a .com BTW. Ha bloody ha!
Here though is a picture of Dannii Minogue (for Sam – or his brother). Probs not safe for work,
which goes to show it ain’t all horrible East of Suez.
Frankie Vaughn is of course very illegal in the DPRK. Harriet Harman would love the place. Can we book her on a single? Please! She could get a job at the Pyongyang Cornstarch Factory. What we’d do with the rest of them (yes, iDave, that means you) is an exercise I leave to the reader but give me that reprehensible cunt Simon Hughes to myself for five minutes with a medium sized posidrive (which I can gladly supply) and it’s a job done. Yes, I’d get him to build an Ikea corner unit. I would you know for I is evil. And I’d hide the packet of screws!
Alas (re Ms Harman – has she divorced that pal of Silvio?) the DPRK is almost impossible to emigrate to.