North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Wins ‘Election’ with 100% of ‘Vote’

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un took home an astounding election victory this week, earning “unanimous” support in his home district, which happened to have an equally stunning 100% turnout. Sure, Kim Jong Un was running unopposed, and “voters”—the people of North Korea who are routinely victims of unimaginable punishment in a series of secret prison camps for the slightest hint of dissension—could only choose “yes or no,” but the state-run media suggested it was a sign that the public “single-mindedly remain loyal to him.” A U.S. State Department spokeswoman told reporters, “I will simply say that is not a model for democracy around the world.” A recent report from the U.N. showed that there is overwhelming evidence that the North Korean regime regularly commits human rights atrocities against its own people …

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