Are you really serious? Ask yourself: would you really like to live there? And if the Kims aren't dictators, I'm wondering who in this world are dictators then. They aren't gods of course but in their country, they're considered and revered as such.
Okay, several ways to easily refute this: -If the country was so great, why isn't a visitor allowed to freely travel on their own terms? -Why did North Korea not allow the UN in for an investigation? -Why is it illegal to own a tunable AM/FM radio? -Why did Kim Jong-un execute several officials for watching south Korean television dramas? -Why is there testimony from Russians and Chinese nationals that studied there saying that it was even more secluded from the West than Russia or China. -Why has the Ryudong hotel remained unfinished for a quarter century?
Not a valid argument. You're defining me by nationality rather than my ethnicity which is half-Chinese and half-Polish and that "it has nothing to do with race" crap doesn't fly.
Calling you on your bullshit doesn't make me "childish" because that's not how logic works. The internet is EVERYWHERE. In pretty much EVERY single country in the world and I DO mean EVERY (except North Korea in which case you ARE correct in that regard so yes that would actually be a valid criticism of the country). African deviantART users exist (surprise).
Nationality is typically a better indicator for those in ethnically diverse and developed countries than ethnicity. No shit African deviantart users exist, I'm African, in case you don't know where Ghana is in the world. But the fact that North Korea doesn't have internet is really a good sign something's really fucking wrong there, as Liberia at least has some internet.
No! It's not my only problem I have. Let me get started on problems I have: -The contradictory Juche ideology -Lack of religious freedom -Lack of freedom in general -No government transparency -songbun system -It's massive list of human rights violations