Sunday, October 07, 2007

(North) Korea News: "Corrupt Nature of Capitalist Society Exposed"

I was talking to my mouthpiece the other day abut the eternity of capitalist society:
The imperialists and their mouthpieces talk about the "eternity of capitalist society", describing it as "one for the welfare of all people". But this is nothing but a cynical ploy to cover up the true nature of the unpopular and corrupt capitalist society.

So says Rodong Sinmun Friday in a signed article.

With nothing can the corrupt nature inherent to the capitalist society be covered up or denied, the article says, and goes on:

The capitalist society seems prosperous outwardly, but it becomes degenerated and its people are mentally and physically handicapped. This is a true picture of the capitalist society.

The capitalist society causes deformed material life, making people corrupt and depraved. This is one of the basic features proving the corruption deep-seated in the capitalist society.

Poor mental and cultural life is another specific feature proving the deep-seated corruption of the capitalist society.

In the capitalist society the capitalists try to benumb the independent ideological consciousness of the people and reduce them to slaves of money and working tools obeying the given destiny. The capitalists spend a great amount of money in spreading reactionary ideology and corrupt bourgeois lifestyle.

The corrupt bourgeois lifestyle prevails in capitalist society today, paralyzing sound mentality of people and leaving them in ignorance and benightedness. A huge number of people captive to the bourgeois way of life have been reduced to mental and physical cripples and slaves of money.

In capitalist society, a lifestyle based on the jungle law is fostered to become a social fashion and all sorts of social vices such as immorality and corruption, fraud and swindling, and violent crimes are rampant, making people shiver in uneasiness and fear.

The capitalist society is neither a civilized nor an eternal society as claimed by those who speak for the bourgeoisie.
The bleakness of it all . . .

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