Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Concert celebrates victory in Fatherland Liberation War

Otherwise known as the Korean War. Today was the anniversary of the, ahem, North Korean victory, and obviously that calls for some Juche tunes "permeated with the spirit of devotedly defending the leader":
[...] The performers in the orchestral music "Song Devoted to Marshal Kim Il Sung" and "Our Victory-Day July 27" and other numbers highly praised the immortal feats President Kim Il Sung performed by leading the war to victory with his Juche-based military idea, war methods, outstanding strategy and experienced commanding art and thereby shattering the myth of "mightiness" of the U.S. imperialists for the first time in history and demonstrating the dignity and honor of the country and the nation before the whole world.

They also put on the stage numbers vividly representing the indomitable spirit and feats of the servicepersons of the People's Army and people who dedicated their youth and lives to the motherland without hesitation and courageously struggled to boost the wartime production and assist those on the front.

Orchestral music "Our General Is Best", mixed quartet "Let's Have Toast", chorus "Give Us Order,"etc. helped the audience harden their faith and will that the day of victory-- July 27 will shine forever as long as the DPRK is led by Kim Jong Il, brilliant commander of Mt. Paektu.

The concert was acclaimed by the audience as it was permeated with the spirit of devotedly defending the leader and the spirit of defending the country and the stamina of heroic Korea that prevailed in the country in the 1950s. [...]

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