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Should the government have ordered North Koreans to celebrate their grandmother on Christmas?

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  • The government should not demand anything.

    The government should not have the right to order anybody to celebrate anything. Human beings should have the right to celebrate whatever they want whenever they want. No one person or entity should order someone to celebrate a certain thing because it does not make sense and it has no pertinence to the running of a country.

  • No, they should not have.

    WHile celebrating ancestors is an important part of Korean culture, it infringes on people freedoms to order them to do so. However, the North Korean government does not believe in freedom. We should be concerned more about the more serious ingfrinements on the lives of North Korean citizens than this.

  • No, the North Korean government should not order citizens to celebrate their grandmothers on Christmas.

    No, the North Korean government should not order citizens to celebrate their grandmothers on Christmas. While recognizing grandmothers is a noble thought, the decision on whether to do so should lie with the individual and not the government. Forcing this recognition cheapens it for people who truly do appreciate their grandmothers.

  • No, North Korea should not have order people to celebrate their grandmother for Christmas

    No, North Korea should not have order people to celebrate their grandmother for Christmas. Whether or not someone wants to celebrate his or her grandmother for Christmas should be up to that person. There is no good reason that the government is instructing people on what they should celebrate for Christmas.


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