Thursday, May 20, 2010

"Poems of Kim Jong Il's China Visit Created"

In which we learn that Kim is "revered by all people." Actually, almost all people think he's icky. His subjects do, too, I imagine, but they're obviously too scared to reveal what they really think.
Poems were created in the DPRK in congratulation of General Secretary Kim Jong Il's successful visit to China.

Lyrics titled "A Path Traveled with President Kim Il Sung" and "The Northeastern Fields and Mountains" impressively represent the personality of Kim Jong Il as a great man who left sacred footprints on the vast Chinese land true to the noble intention of Kim Il Sung who provided the tradition of the DPRK-China friendship.

Poems titled "Our General, the Great Man of the Century", "Though He Visited Quietly", etc. make poetic depiction of the energetic foreign activities conducted by Kim Jong Il, highly praising him as the sun of Songun and the peerlessly great man revered by all people.

There are also poems representing the iron will of the army and people of the DPRK to glorify Kim Jong Il's feats with achievements in building a thriving nation and the feelings of the Korean people eagerly longing for him who continues his field guidance without taking a rest after the long journey of visit.
Lucky North Koreans. He's back with them now.

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