Lucas Rubio studies the DPRK and in recent years he has been spreading knowledge about it, he even went on big podcasts to talk about the country and he is bothering a lot of different people, liberals, conservatives, ancaps, pretty much all of them are constantly coping really hard anytime he gets a lil bit of views
Ngl I really want the communist movement here to grow a lot and grow fast so we can have more pro-capitalist tears, it’s extremelly entertaining
This is a Dengist community in favor of Bashar al-Assad with no information that can lead to the arrest of Hillary Clinton, our fellow liberal and queen. This community is not ironic. We are Marxists-Leninists.
If you haven’t already found it, this GitHub page is an excellent collection of sources about socialism, imperialism, and other relevant topics, made by @dessalines and others.
We have a Matrix homeserver and a private Matrix room. See this thread for more information.
🤩 Is that a concrete base underneath the externals? 🤩🤩🤩
Oh boy, all the “but muh FAIR elections” copium in the comments is so delicious.
Yeah, elections from one candidate. Elections of representatives for all sorts of committees are like that too, as far as I know. What these fuckers don’t know is that this simply doesn’t work like librul elections. The “candidate” has already been elected by peers by then,the “elections” just formalize it, and people can vote against.
Minecraft modernism, this goes hard
Garganacl if it were a house
yeah, looks really cool
Imagine being a DPRK farmer, coming home after a day of working the field and being able to enjoy the sun on your minecraft balcony.
Searching for: “How to become a farmer in the DPRK?”
This is, by the way, a very nice looking home, though it could use one or two more window on the side and the upper edge of the balcony is too deep, it will block the sun to the room.
I like the third one though, i would love to live in it.
I think that’s partly a matter of taste and partly a question of local climate. In warmer parts of the world you want to have homes that are less open to direct sunlight, in which case a deep balcony that provides shade, and a lack of extra windows make sense. You see this kind of stuff taken in to account when you look at traditional architecture in a lot of countries in the middle east and Africa. It’s all part of constructing houses with natural forms of temperature control rather than wasting energy on air conditioning (or on the other side of the spectrum heating in colder climates). Admittedly Korea has a temperate climate so that might not have been the reason in this case.
Do you know any sites that provide automatic translations? I’m an English only speaker on mobile
I thought twitter itself did? Aside from that normally I put the link on google translate and it will translate the whole website for me
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