Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentGovernment · 2 months ago

Whats worse? North Korea or United States?

As a millennial living in the United States working 72 hours a week, I would say the United States. I am not joking either, the U.S government is corrupt, don’t care for the poor, disabled, or people in poverty. The health care here is trash, and the U.S electorate overall is very stupid and brainwashed. North Korea at least put you out of your misery instead of being torched to death by having health care attached to employment. Health care should not be attached to employment. Health care is a need, not a want.

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  • Foofa
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Yet you can receive care gratis at any ER and that's still better than living and dying in a reeducation camp.

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  • Clive
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    You must be mad to think that. You've totally ignored everything else about North Korea.

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  • 2 months ago

    --  There are good and bad aspects in both countries, but my overhaul rating is that North Korea is better.

    --  North Korea has a healthcare system that is open to everyone and is excellent while the US has healthcare only if you are working, and even then it can be rationed by the insurance companies.

    --  North Korea has free education that is excellent (admitted biased) and of high standard, higher than the US. The US academic levels are far lower than many countries.

    --  North Korea does not have the crime and violence that is dominant in America.

    --  Freedom and democracy are subjective. North Korea has many restrictions on freedom because of paranoia about being invaded by South Korea and the US. The limited democracy in North Korea is slightly better than the political system within the US. The US has never been a free or democratic country going back to the pilgrims, and has lees freedoms since the "Patriot Act" was past. Freedom of travel may be restricted in North Korea, but the US occasionally refuses to allow its citizens to travel  (Paul Robeson is one example when he had a concert in Canada. The US government refused his travel and the concert was held in the US side of the river with loudspeakers for the Canadians in their side).

    -- There is not the racism in North Korea unlike the rampant racism in the US. Yes, many North Koreans may dislike, even hate, Japanese because of the Japanese occupation from 1904 to 1945. North Koreans do not hate Americans, they are afraid of Americans and their actions.

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  • 2 months ago

    You have no concept of what goes on in North Korea. 

    Health care is a need. Like food, clothing and shelter. The more self reliant among us prefer to provide those for our selves. Instead of crossing our fingers and hoping some one else will. I've been exposed to or treated in 6 other nations, all with universal health care. And except for Dubai, no other system was the equal of the US's, over all. 

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    You’re mentally challenged.

    • Susie
      Lv 7
      2 months agoReport

      That’s better being too nice. 

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  • 2 months ago

    At least you didn't falsely call health care a right.

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