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  Juche - Wikinfo
Juche (pronounced "Joo-cheh"), officially called the Juche Idea in English, but also dubbed by westerners as Kimilsungism, is the official state ideology of North Korea.
Juche authorities state that the idea is a secular one and that the idea of a religious movement lacks any basis in reality as Juche only addresses the problems of life, not what happens after death.
The Juche is a political ideology, not a religion.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Juche   (2416 words)

  
  Juche
Juche has developed from Stalinism and the teachings of Kim Il-sung; it is often confused with Stalinism proper, despite important differences.
Juche has been promoted by the North Korean government and educational system since the term was first used in a 1955 speech by Kim Il Sung.
Juche was first conceived at a time when the USSR and China were vying for influence over North Korea's internal affairs; many historians view the emergence of Juche as Kim Il Sung's way of continually reasserting the state's independence.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/j/ju/juche.html   (421 words)

  
 Juche (Major Religions Ranked by Size)
Juche is the only government-authorized ideology in North Korea, to the point of excluding all other religions.
Juche began in the 1950s and is the official philosophy promulgated by the North Korean government and educational system.
While we recognize there may be validity in continued classification of Juche as a highly "heretical" subset of Communism or general secularism, it seems that, on balance, to do so today is no more accurate than continuing to classify Buddhism as a Hindu sect.
www.adherents.com /largecom/Juche.html   (666 words)

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