Friday, February 23, 2007

Rodong Sinmun on Korean People's Socialist Lifestyle

Here is an article about the "noble and simple" life they lead in North Korea. I guess by "simple" they mean "not complicated by food." From Korean News:
The Korean people work and live in a revolutionary way, helping and leading each other forward. This noble and sound way of life now prevailing in the society is a manifestation of the advantages and vitality of the Korean-style socialist society.

Rodong Sinmun today observes this in a signed article.

The article goes on:
They always do.
Our socialist lifestyle is the most noble and advantageous one as it reflects the nature of our socialist system and the thoughts and desire of the Korean people.

The advantages of our socialist lifestyle lie in that it is a noble and sound one thoroughly meeting the intrinsic requirements of the social being and the one strong in the national character as it fully represents the noble national sentiments and emotion of the Korean nation.

The advantages of our socialist lifestyle also lie in that it is the most revolutionary one fully reflecting the militant spirit of the Korean people who like to make a revolution and wage a struggle.

Everybody in our society works and leads an optimistic and frugal life full of revolutionary enthusiasm and high spirit and the whole society is pervaded with an atmosphere of vitality and dynamism.

It is the true picture of the Korean people that they do work in a militant way and lead a disciplined, well-regulated, noble and simple life ranging from dressing to the law-abiding life as required by the era when they are engaged in the revolution.

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