- Bill De Blasio seeks to ban beloved horse-drawn carriages from
Kim Jong-un supports De Blasio policy, due to horsemeat shortages under North Korean Communism.
- In Pyongyang, all-night fruit stands and dry cleaners are run
by formerly overtaxed New Yorkers.
- North Korea has achieved De Blasio goal of income equality!!
(Except, of course, for wealthy “Friends of Kim.”)
- Kim Jong-un loves to lob missiles in to the Sea of Japan.
Mayor De Blasio loves to lob billions of taxpayer dollars to
municipal union bosses.
- One place is a “genuine workers state in which all the people
are completely liberated from exploitation and oppression.” **
The other place borders China.
( ** – Actual quotation from the website of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. )
5 It’s not the New York Times, but North Korea’s “Workers’
Paper” is quite fawning in support of one-party rule.
- Pyongyang is a city “reserved only for the elite who are
trustworthy, healthy and loyal citizens” of the Democratic
People’s Republic of Korea.
That’s also the standard for a job in NY City Hall.
- Despite annual per capita income of only $1,000, North
Korean students are required to pay for chairs, desks and
heating fuel in their schools.
In New York City, chairs and desks are first utilized as
projectiles and weapons, after which they are burned as fuel.
- Five-foot-four Kim Jong-un wearing military jackets to avoid
being confused with 6’7 Mayor De Blasio.
…and the NUMBER ONE COMPARISON between NORTH KOREA and NEW YORK CITY under MAYOR BILL De BLASIO is:
- Across much of the landscape, a harsh bureaucracy rules over the people, while one-party government is led by an executive and a council dominated by dull, tone-deaf lovers of ever-growing statist power.
There aren’t many political options in North Korea, either.
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