Thursday, April 30, 2009

March of the revolutionary metaphors

They are about to have that starvation problem relatively under control:
General Secretary Kim Jong Il gave field guidance to various sectors of Wonsan City, Kangwon Province, following his visit to the just built Nyongwon Power Station. This news is stirring the Korean people once again who have turned out in a prodigious work for the building of a great, prosperous and powerful nation.

Having kindled the torch of a new revolutionary upsurge in December last year, Kim Jong Il has made an unceasing forced march of guerrilla style from the beginning of the year, racing ahead of time.
Normally the guerilla style forced march of time waits for no one.
He found himself in every nook and corner of the country, visiting the Wonsan Youth Power Station, the Taean Heavy Machine Complex, the Kum Song Tractor Factory, the Hungnam Fertilizer Complex, the Kim Chaek Iron Complex, the Musan Mining Complex, etc. in defiance of biting cold, thus letting the flames of the new revolutionary upsurge spread across the country.

The Korean people are working great innovations and making a great leaping forward previously unknown in the history of socialist building in production and construction, inspired by the long journey of patriotic devotion of Kim Jong Il who is leading the gigantic era of great upswing seething with creation and renovation in the van to bring all happiness to the people at an early date.
So they're waiting for the van to come?
The workers of Kangson firmly resolved to fling open the gate of the thriving nation before anyone else hit their high targets for the first quarter of the year at 103.7 percent in the gross industrial output value and 102.9 percent in steel output, the main index. They are now advancing towards a higher goal.
Right, you can't eat steel.
Following the torch kindled at Kangson, an intensive modernization campaign is afoot at leading industrial bases, splendid models of light industrial revolution are cropping up everywhere and a convincing prospect has opened for satisfactorily resolving the food problem for the people. The whole country is, indeed, aboil like a melting pot in the new revolutionary upsurge.

The astonishing reality spread in this land by Kim Jong Il's long journey of patriotic devotion eloquently proves that the building of a great, prosperous and powerful nation has reached the watershed of history.
I hope the watershed doesn't put out the boiling melting pot.

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