Living The Green Dream In The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

DPRK has already achieved the  fundamental objectives of the US Democratic Party.

  1. Their CO2 emissions are only about 1% of those of the US
  2. They have universal gun control
  3. They have no dissent
  4. They have earth hour 365 days a year
  5. Everyone worships Dear Leader
  6. One person makes all the decisions
  7. Everyone is united towards a common purpose. If not, they just disappear.
  8. Universal Health Care

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If all countries were like North Korea, the weather would always be nice with no more hurricanes or droughts.

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9 Responses to Living The Green Dream In The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

  1. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    People who live in the very far south west of North Korea are lucky: They may be able to see the light pollution from Seoul.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Sounds very much like the Peoples Republic of Maryland to me. Maryland has no doubt modeled their wonderful People’s Republic from the glorious North Korean workers paradise. The only difference is that North Korea is probably not stupid enough to squander a billion dollars on an offshore wind farm like Maryland plans to do.

    • Rick23 says:

      The entire point for those of you who are miss reading the article its f***ing communism and if you don’t agree with communism you will disappear. probably fema camps and exterminated.

  3. gator69 says:

    You forgot #8, “Universal Healthcare”!

  4. Pathway says:

    A Democrat’s utopia.

  5. philjourdan says:

    Seers do not need special power – they have only to look to NK for our future.

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