Should north Korean schools force students to state a daily pledge to the country?

Posted by: retrogamer176

  • Yes, they should be proud to serve!

  • No! That's branwashing!

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  • I pledge of allegiance, to the flag, of the Democratic people's Republic of Korea! And to USA whom are complete idiots, one nation, under our supreme leader Kim Jong Un. Indivisible, with communism and justice for none!

  • No they shouldn't, the only reason why we have one is because America is the best.

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SwizzardWizard says2015-04-10T13:04:27.2807428-05:00
Lol it's interesting how in North Korea forcing kids to pledge to the country is brainwashing when in America it's seen as patriotic.
retrogamer176 says2015-04-10T13:05:33.6084520-05:00
LOL true!
triangle.128k says2015-04-10T13:13:32.3201219-05:00
Fun fact: North Korea has highly restricted "internet" access which less than 1% of the population can access. South Korea on the other hand has the cheapest and fastest internet in the world.
SwizzardWizard says2015-04-10T13:27:59.2433566-05:00
^that's why they've got so many gamers.
heil33 says2015-04-10T14:29:02.9061175-05:00
Unfortunetly jewish media is brainwashing us into hating national socialists with the same technique north korea uses to brainwash their people into hating capitalists
heil33 says2015-04-10T14:29:17.6775113-05:00
I'm the only one so far to actually do anything about it
retrogamer176 says2015-04-10T15:39:03.4760733-05:00
Hey, cannedbread, double standards is not cool.

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