North Korea is one of the poorest countries in the world, but its leader Kim Jong Un has still found the money he needs to finance a nuclear weapons program, despite the country’s fundamental poverty and international economic sanctions.
This documentary looks at how, and introduces the men who have helped Kim Jong Un keep his dreams of reaching nuclear power status alive. North Korea has not reined in its nuclear program, despite a number of UN resolutions that have tried to force it to do so. So how has the isolated country kept the program going despite sanctions? Every year Pyongyang sends millions of North Korean workers abroad, selling their services to over 40 countries around the world. And their salaries flow directly into Kim’s treasury. The only ones who know exactly how the system works are the men who have helped the North Korean government carry through the program for years. A film team spent years researching these men and their secrets – from bankers and diplomats to the laborers and specialists who worked abroad and whose wages flowed into the regime’s coffers. Come and meet all the dictator’s men.
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30 thoughts on “North Korea – All the dictator's men | DW Documentary

  1. The war never ended?
    It did end in 1953 .
    Just that American Western media keeps on saying that it's on
    but it's really NOT.
    Talk to the South Korean president Moon
    & North Korean President
    Kim Jonh Un.

  2. NK is the world's biggest Church on the surface of the planet. LOL! Only difference between this church and other churches is that their God is a living God :(! Other churches/temples/Mosques and their believers believe in an all powerfully God that requires some artful thinking. LOL I believe in Uncle Sam cuz he phucks me every day through tax in every direction i turned.

  3. So sad to see. wonder how many % of citizens know there are more than fantastic world exists outside of their place and wonder if they will never get to see that? It is like a brave new world that they are assigned to their jobs.

  4. North Korea has suffered famines and war because of US Neocon imperialism .They would rather live in poverty but with their country free of US war criminals . US Imperialist don't invade nations armed with nuclear weapons .

  5. I do admire them to a degree, they said no to the muppet masters of the world. They do what they ( May it be good or bad ) lets be real we all live in a corrupt country. Some better than others.

  6. 2:15 " How can the country which is poorest on the planet and shunned by all other* countries able to afford nuclear power "

    They didn't , they just got it from China

  7. Were they allowed to use this documentary because 10 months earlier this was released by a german tv channel called arte. If you want to see it just search for Kims Männer.

  8. Dang the first guy who says he wants to show his face in hopes he will be too recognized to be assassinated, he's so hot he can come live at my house in the US to claim sanctuary 😅 kidding not kidding he can stop over

  9. Not a free nation but they believe they are at war! You in the west are so miserable there is no hope ! Cause you believe your free !

  10. I dont like kim but. In 60 years his family has moved up to the world stage and now the world and usa has to respect them if i was the potus i would take kim and kill his ass by a frist strike usa have become pussys the usa is just about the money

  11. Well north korea getting help from germany too and this documentary is one of those help to boost and promote north korea.

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