North Korea is a small country located in Asia above South Korea. Over 50 years ago, there were no lines between the two countries, but due to the Korean war, these are now two seperate countries. South Korea runs on a capital government system, while on the other hand, North Korea on a communist government system. North Korea is ruled by a leader, Kim Jong-Il and is described as a land of paridise between the citizens of North Korea. However, this country is having many problems such as lack of food and very poor health care. My question to you is, 'How did one man gain control over a whole country, and why did the people let him do it?'
North Korea's current leader, Kim Jong-Il is the son of North Korea's founder and first leader, Kim Il-Sung. They may be two separate people with different hobbies and interests, but they have one thing in common. Their way of ruling a governent. They used their power to their advantage and never thought about the people. They always considered them above everyone else and treated the others as if they were garbage. This country is not developing for their selfish leaders are not working towards the things that are beneficial to the country, but only the things that are benificial to them.
North Korea's government system is very simple. Whatever Kim Jong-Il says, goes. North Korean citizens have been living this way for decades and not much has happened to overthrow this unfair government system. However, there had been some people working towards this goal. But maybe if enough people believe that it is wrong for one person to be treated so far above everyone else, things may be different in the future.