The vast majority of countries have abandoned the death penalty.
North Korea is one of the most closed countries in the world.
The citizens of this country are forced to survive in the harsh conditions of the totalitarian regime, they can go to jail or even the death penalty for absolutely ordinary for the modern man things. Take a look at the list of offenses punishable by death in North Korea.
1. Listening to the forbidden music
In the DPRK, it is forbidden to listen to foreign artists. Radio, television, Internet, mass media are under the total supervision of the secret services. All foreign, as assure the authorities of this state, offend national values of North Korea.
2. Insincere mourning
In the period of mourning for the previous North Korean leader Kim Jong Il Koreans had 100 days to shed tears. It seemed that the country was plunged into hysteria. Without all those drops to her knees, loud sobs and sobs mourning seemed to the authorities is not convincing, therefore, for restraint of the senses could be sent to labor camp or to speak to the death penalty.
Kim Jong UN forbids citizens to grieve for the dead relatives. So, in 2013, Jang sung-Taek, the uncle of Supreme leader, was executed for an attempted coup. Cost his wife only to say about her husband, she was reported missing.
4. Sleep during meetings
Kim Jong-UN doesn’t like it when during his speeches yawn, what can we say about the dream a Couple of years ago, Hyon Yong Chol, Minister of people’s Armed Forces, fell asleep during a meeting with participation of heads of state. The guilty warlord was shot from a large caliber anti-aircraft guns, ZPU-4 on a military firing range in the presence of hundreds of spectators.
5. Drinking alcohol
The DPRK citizens are allowed drinking alcohol only on public holidays. In 2013, one of the North Korean officers were executed for drinking alcohol during the period of the 100-day mourning period for Kim Jong Il.
6. Theft products
In labor camps the North Korean people are literally starving, so often necessity forces them to go on stealing. Such offense is also punishable by public execution. And such atrocities do not hide from the children, on the contrary are invited to view the students.
7. Poor management of the turtle farm
In 2015, the State news Agency of North Korea has published a photo report of the visit of Kim Jong-UN and turtle farm. The head did not like that the employees are unable to breed lobster, he described the situation as a manifestation of incompetence, non-lethal penalty is also not done.
8. Viewing of soap operas
In 2013, 80 North Koreans were publicly executed for watching South Korean soap operas, in 2014 50. Among the dead were 10 officials.
9. Call abroad
Communication with the outside world is strictly forbidden in North Korea. In 2013, the North Korean was executed for a conversation with a friend from South Korea.
10. Internet access
We already difficult to imagine life without the Internet. Unfortunately, the citizens of North Korea are deprived of the free use of a worldwide network, they only have access to the portal, impregnated with state propaganda.
11. Viewing pornography
The viewing and distribution of pornography punishable by death in North Korea. According to some, a mistress of Kim Jong-UN, singer Hyon song WOL was killed in front of their parents for shooting candid video.
12. Leaving the country
North Koreans have no right to free exit from the country, moreover, they are deprived of the possibility to move freely within the country.
13. Disrespect to leaders
Even tourists are required to bow in front of these sculptures of the heads of state and to lay flowers at their feet. Any manifestation of disrespect to the leader of the country is punishable by death.
In North Korea there is a personality cult of the Great leader Kim Il sung and his son Kim Jong-Il. Ideological teachings of these two men pushed the traditional religious beliefs of the Koreans of the DPRK. The government does not provide society with freedom of religion, but only its illusion. In 2013, 80 people were executed for keeping a Bible at home.
15. Possession or sale of Western literature
Western culture is not consistent with the framework and values of the DPRK, undermine confidence in the leader. So foreign music, literature, films real evil for the citizens of this country. The possession, distribution or sale of prohibited material will end for the North Koreans to death.
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