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Forcing people to have the same haircut in North Korea.
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Just another piece of random sillyness that comes out of North Korea. They have been closed off for so long they sort of live in their own little world since they have no experience of any other views on history but their own they believe some really random things. The obsession with the dear leaders can get a bit frustrating if you are a visitor. You have to photograph statues and things from a certain angle to make them look bigger and it's very hard to interact with normal people because your guides constantly interfere with you.
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kaptainkooleio wrote:


Wait... So what your saying is that North Korea is becoming one big joke, but I thought North Korea already was a big joke! :P


CandyPopShop wrote:


He must be testing the looks on his future clone stormtroopers (Star Wars joke if you didn't get it.)


Irybell wrote:


Oh god... Please no mullets!




Rin-R wrote:


Guess I missed that one bit of information...


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Agreed!
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This conversation is almost pointless. What can we do? Nothing. North Korea has the power to make war that other countries are worried about and that's a big deal.

And god forbid if we try to do anything to help another country. All you people do is scream that we shouldn't send troops or help other countries.

This "Same haircut law" is the least of any worries from north Korea how about the other law's and the way children have to live and how they are scared for there life from there own country government. But no let's talk about how they might have to do the same haircut.
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Guy got problems.
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MrChamploo wrote:

This conversation is almost pointless. What can we do? Nothing. North Korea has the power to make war that other countries are worried about and that's a big deal.

And god forbid if we try to do anything to help another country. All you people do is scream that we shouldn't send troops or help other countries.

This "Same haircut law" is the least of any worries from north Korea how about the other law's and the way children have to live and how they are scared for there life from there own country government. But no let's talk about how they might have to do the same haircut.


I agree whit you 100%. It's bad how the people has been treated in the past and will be in the future by the North Korean government. Infact I had a school assignment last year where I had to find some information about how the North Korean people and how they're treated by their government, from my research I found someone who was avail to escape from North Korea. But when he was 12 years old he had told the guards that his mom wanted to flee the country and then they killed her while he was watching, at that time he didn't understand what he had done. But about 10 years later he and a friend of his wanted to flee the country whit him. But it was really hard for them to get out since the majority of the population are in different camps whit electrified fences. Since they were surrounded by fences his friend felt that he should either get out of the country or die since he couldn't take it anymore, so what happened was that he rushed into the fence and burned to death while he climbed over his friends dead corpse. He later on got to china and now he lives in South Korea.

If you want to look it up the names and such as then I can look into my old documents.

When I created this thread my intension wasn't to make a joke out of the North Korean population or disrespect them in anyway. My intension was to make a joke out of Kim Jong Un since his a total nutcase! If this thread offended you then I'm sorry!

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I'm pretty sure, that having to have the same haircut as others is one of the less concerns for people living in North Korea...
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ziemiak wrote:

I'm pretty sure, that having to have the same haircut as others is one of the less concerns for people leaving in North Korea...


I don't want to be a dick but did you mean leaving as in leaving North Korea for another country or living in North Korea?
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That's probably the only hair cut that will compliment such a weirdly shaped head.
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On the plus side someone might be able to assasinate Kim jong un and take his place as his double.
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Kikusui10 wrote:

On the plus side someone might be able to assasinate Kim jong un and take his place as his double.




I don't think anyone has a head like this, he has a special type of head that no one else has. Also, if a double killed him then I don't think the double would take over the throne. Most likely the double would open up North Korea.
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MrChamploo wrote:This conversation is almost pointless. What can we do? Nothing. North Korea has the power to make war that other countries are worried about and that's a big deal.


They won't "make war", or well... technically the whole peninsular is still at war but although Korea itself wants unification, China (North Korea's ONLY ally) doesn't want a US ally (such as South Korea) or US occupied territory right on its border (look at the freedoms and such South Korean citizens have... now look at China), and would rather maintain the land buffer in between, and that is North Korea. And otherwise, the US doesn't want to loose its strategic position in South Korea, militarily, politically and economically.

The reason North Korea wont "make war" as such is they cannot afford to, I mean spite having the largest standing army in the region, the only power ally they have wont back it, and China now as a much more prominent member on the global stage than in the past, may even condone and fight against such action. It's why China was irked so much during the recent nuclear explosives tests.

Also the US presence in the region remains a serious threat still fresh in the minds of the North Koreans, that forced this unification war to stalemate in the first place, in fact it is because of these memories it is possible for the North Korean dynasty is able to exert control militarily by pandering to fear and anger against the US.

Further more though, their biggest backers of all from back then (the Soviet Union) are gone. I doubt Moscow will willingly back such actions of North Korea as they would have in the past... or maybe they would looking at Crimea, but I doubt there's little in their interest to do so.


MrChamploo wrote:And god forbid if we try to do anything to help another country. All you people do is scream that we shouldn't send troops or help other countries.


As stated above, the reason their dynasty has such control is through pandering to the fear of such a thing happening... because it already happened once, sending in soldiers actually gave them the political leverage. but largely the argument against is "don't you dare blow excessive financial resources on a war NOBODY wants or is looking for, when we're struggling here as it is, financially speaking".


MrChamploo wrote:This "Same haircut law" is the least of any worries from north Korea how about the other law's and the way children have to live and how they are scared for there life from there own country government. But no let's talk about how they might have to do the same haircut.


The children aren't scared, well as long as one doesn't voice dissidence against the Kim dynasty (along with their family... whole guilt by association thing), the air is clearer, and the children themselves have more respect for objects and others from a younger age, literacy is higher than most of the world, textbooks can last for generations without too much damage as they're properly taken care of for the sake of the next users of them... it's probably one of the more pleasant side effects of sameness in communism. hmm...



Actually, here's a site I found more eye opening http://www.nknews.org/category/nk-voices/ask-a-north-korean/
more than the horror stories, we get a better glimpse at the NORMAL lives of those living there.
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TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


Kikusui10 wrote:

On the plus side someone might be able to assasinate Kim jong un and take his place as his double.




I don't think anyone has a head like this, he has a special type of head that no one else has. Also, if a double killed him then I don't think the double would take over the throne. Most likely the double would open up North Korea.


He should stuff his cheeks with food, like a hamster to get closer to the true looks.
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Kikusui10 wrote:


In that case... Will the double look like this? (the one to the right).

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TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


ziemiak wrote:

I'm pretty sure, that having to have the same haircut as others is one of the less concerns for people leaving in North Korea...


I don't want to be a dick but did you mean leaving as in leaving North Korea for another country or living in North Korea?


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