There version of that is call Juche.

Other than geographic isolation, the other argument for excluding Juche from this list of major religions would be that it is not a completely independent system, but rather than a subset of Communism.

By law, all North Koreans are adherents of Juche.

Juche is a full-fledged religion that worships  as god, and his son,  as the son of god.
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Families with high loyalty to the Party bow down under the portraits even when nobody is watching."

"Religious freedom is not allowed in North Korea because it will ruin the deification of Kim Il Sung."

"Having faith in God is an act of espionage.

There are no known official statistics of religions in North Korea

Only Kim Il Sung is a god in North Korea."

"Juche itself is a religion, therefore they worry that people may forsake Juche for another religion."

How is that worry expressed against underground Christians when they are discovered?

In China and North Korea, Buddhism was forcibly suppressed by Communist regimes.
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Juche permeates all aspects of the North Korean society

North Korea's constitution guarantees the protection of human rights but there view on limiting freedom of expression takes away a lot of there human rights.

Under the ideology of Juche, North Korea ..

Geography Slightly smaller than Mississippi

Population: 24,554,000 Natural resources 2,495 km of coastline temperate with rainfall Climate mostly hills and mountains separated by narrow valleys Juche North Korea functions as a Single Party State that derives from communism.

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If North Korea's government were to continue at the rate its going It’s people would continue to starve, the economy wouldn’t flourish, and it would lose any support from the outside world.

Religious intolerance and oppression in North Korea

(Belke's book reports 23 million Juche adherents, essentially the entire population of North Korea, but the author and international news services agree that the population of the country has decreased to about 19 million during the current famine.) Belke reports a few centers in India, and Juche web sites indicate some centers in Australia, Europe and Japan.

Juche; North Korea’s philosophy. – Ludwig Van El

I do not have data regarding the religious preference of the population of Inuit, but earlier statistics from the Northwest Territories (the province from which Nunavut was formed) indicate that most residents are Christian.

theocracy based on a Satanic religion called Juche.

The literature that informs North Korean politics generally tends to cover both Koreas in a single publication given their intertwined modern history. More recent works have looked specifically at North Korea’s post–Cold War predicament. , , and offer an excellent historical overview of Korean politics. They all rightly highlight the importance of collective historical experiences such as the Japanese colonialism, the occupation, the division and the Korean War in shaping their national politics. , , and offer a comprehensive overview of the political systems of the two Koreas to readers who wish to grasp some basic understanding of North Korea in comparison with South Korea. Most recently, there have been works that could serve as texts on the specific topic of North Korean politics aside from the aforementioned books on modern history. offers a comprehensive assessment of the North Korean regime from an institutional perspective. is the first scholarly and public policy book on North Korea published after the death of Kim Jong-il.