Stupid rightwingers don't care about facts.<quoted text>
Let's look at all 3.
Russia: available to adults 18 and older, more than 10 per individual must be registered as a collection
Uganda: widely held, traded and purchased on the free market
North Korea: general ban
Government controlled social services:
Russia: extremely limited services available
Uganda: Extremely limited services available
North Korea: high level of government limits on social supports, little support available
Russia: Orthodox Church plays major role in government and policy development
Uganda: Catholic dominated state and policies
North Korea: Not significantly religious
Russia: Free market
Uganda: Radically unregulated free market
North Korea: not capitalist
So, looking at each of these nations and the attributes you've ascribed to each, do you understand how important it is to do a small amount of research before making claims about places or concepts you have little knowledge of?
After all, these superstitious rednecks believe in talking animals and magic invisible sky people.