North Korean Science Fiction

She turned a tap inside the house, and clear, clean water started to flow, sparkling in the light of the electric bulb her husband had been awarded for his outstanding work in the stench-packing factory. “Water and electricity,” she marveled. “Now I can cook the rice that I bought, simply by going to the store. This truly is a worker’s paradise. Bless you, Great Leader Kim.”

For the real stuff, BoingBoing has an article.

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