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  • The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has hailed the “invincible ties” with China during President Xi Jinping’s two-day state visit. Ahead of the visit, we were allowed in to North Korea, where we were given a highly-controlled tour of the country. We were offered a rare glimpse of life in the secretive state, but seeing is not always believing.

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    Comments

    FamousVoices says:

    0:58 same goes for every nuclear state. Greedy bastards.

    Stephen Bustin says:

    Having been to the DPRK, I felt this was a tendentious and unfair report. Not being either a journalist or a tourist (I am a scientist and held a workshop), my experience was quite different and very positive indeed. People I talked to were open and friendly, and I was not minded 24/7. I was able to walk outside by myself and one ma came up to me and said "Welcome to our country".

    Mohammad Nure Alam says:

    That kid is absolutely right and the reporter got it wrong. Of course, England is in Europe, but not in the European Union.

    Wade says:

    You will never get an honest answer from North Korean citizens, government minders are there.

    MrZanvine says:

    The complicit lies of these poor people in NK.. Far more forgivable than the lies touted by our MSM…

    Patrick Hodgins says:

    That train and description reminds me of my old commute on the District line in London.

    joeblogs says:

    roads so bad? 5 hours 100 miles???? sounds like he is in the UK…..people being watched all the time?????? sounds like the UK…..

    Abs Peacock says:

    6:45 thrown in camps after interview, 8:00 if he said anything else it's prison camp

    Minita Bathija says:

    They have to say Yes for everything because Kim JongUn will get angry if they say no enough food or how much they hate dictatorship.

    rista moxer says:

    Life whitout class

    Jarrod Yuki says:

    north korea is part of japanese empire.

    jem ceevee says:

    If truly they are happy then stop shoving to their faces that they live in a simulation… Perhaps ur just envy they so value their leader while you rant about urs. Go get some life.

    infamous4141 says:

    Everybody who visits North Korea gets a private parade

    Eternal Recurrence says:

    It is absurd for a UK journalist to repeatedly compare the DPRK to 1984 when the UK also shares many parallels with that book. 'Thought crime' exists in the UK in the form of 'political correctness' and 'hate speech'. When a piece of information no longer supports the globalist neoliberal agenda this information is often sent to the 'memory hole' by no longer being discussed by the media. The 'two minutes hate' exists in the media slandering certain individuals like Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un. Perpetual wars for perpetual peace exist for the benefit of the liberal elite exist much like how their is perpetual war in 1984.

    Noneya Bizz says:

    Death, starvation, lies.

    richard byers says:

    If you don't know who is oppressing you, than what is the point of an uprising?

    Joesph Smith says:

    Damn Chinese

    Zore Zmith says:

    this must be paid advertisement by the North Korea.

    BC Bob says:

    You only see what they want you too see. Otherwise you would be dead lol.

    lane b says:

    Everyone is sad

    Vasileios Petropoulos says:

    Long live Soviet union. Long live democracy…. I like that u as talking about democracy and 3 years after… Where is happening with the brsxit?

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