Monday, May 31, 2010

Meanwhile in North Korea: "Full Play to Heroic Spirit of Songun Korea Called for"

An interesting interweaving of the "great leap forward/prosperous nation" rhetoric and the more bellicose variety of Songun rhetoric:
Rodong Sinmun Monday editorially calls upon all the people to more dynamically step up the advance for a great surge in the spirit of wiping out the enemies as required by the prevailing situation and thus decisively frustrate their provocations and war moves and bring about great innovations and leap forward in building a thriving nation.

No force on earth can break the will of all the servicepersons and people of the DPRK to react to the "retaliation" of the enemies with stronger retaliation and to "punishment" with indiscriminate punishment of their style, the editorial notes, and goes on:

The anti-DPRK smear campaign being desperately staged by the U.S. imperialists and the Lee Myung Bak group of traitors is nothing but an extremely ridiculous farce orchestrated by them to hurt the high dignity and international prestige of the DPRK at any cost, much upset by its ever-increasing might. The U.S. imperialists and their servants have run the whole gamut of despicable plots to realize their aggressive and black-hearted intentions, wantonly violating the dignity and sovereignty of other countries and nations through lies and deception. This trite trick can never work on the DPRK.

The more frantic the enemies are getting in their moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK, the further it will intensify the drive for a great surge under the uplifted banner of self-reliance to decisively frustrate the enemies' sanctions and blockade and open the gate to a thriving nation without fail.

Single-minded unity means the strongest power of the DPRK and an ever-victorious treasured sword. No force on earth can break the single-minded unity of all the servicepersons and people around the headquarters of the revolution. [...]
The Imperialists are upset at the ever-increasing might of the latest Haveil Havalim.

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