North Korea Is Modern Democracy: Voter Turn Out Is Higher Than In The United States!
Kim Jong-il casting his ballot
'I dreamed of this one here as Lord
and huntsman, pursing the wolf
and the cubs up the mountain
(which blocks the sight of Lucca
from the Pisans).
And skinny bitches, well trained
and obedient; he had out in front
as leaders of the pack Gualandi
with Sismondi and Lanfranchi.
A short run, and the father with
his sons Seemed to grow tired, and
then I thought I saw Long fangs
sunk deep into their sides, ripped open'
Skinny bitches, well trained and obedient casting ballots in democratically held elections! Hey - they vote in North Korea just like you do! Modern Democracy is everywhere. Just because you don't like the results does not mean that its not real democracy! North Korean style democracy is the same as is found here in the good ol' U.S. the only difference is, is that they have a higher turn out in Korean elections (or as they say in Korean) - erections!
The Korean Central News Agency said 99.97 percent of all registered voters voted for a total of 28,116 candidates for deputies in people’s assemblies across the country.
In North Korean elections, turnout is usually near 100 percent and candidates, hand-picked by the ruling party, are elected with absolute support.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il also cast his ballot at a polling station in Pyongyang, along with his heir-apparent son Kim Jong-un and a senior party official, according to the KCNA.
Kim Jong-un casting his ballot
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