North Korean Students Spend 90 Minutes A Day Learning About Kim Jong-un’s ‘Greatness’ World


Children in nurseries in North Korea are forced to spend up to 90 minutes a day learning about “greatness” from Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, according to reports from the country.

The Daily NK website, which has a network of North Korean underground journalists contacted via illegal cellphones, claims that Mr. Kim’s sister, Kim Yo-jong, is responsible for recent propaganda reviews aimed at instilling love and respect for the Kim family.

Previously, children aged five and six spent about half an hour a day in what is called “Education for Greatness,” focusing primarily on the powerful acts and abundant love of the founder of the State, Kim Il-sung, and his son, Kim Jong-il – the late grandfather and father of the current leader.

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