Sunday, January 09, 2011

"Helicopter Flies to Bring Drifters Home"

Some of these stories about Kim Jong Il's loving care are quite dull. This one reads like the story-line of Juche comic book:
There is one more touching story in socialist Korea where the people have become a big harmonious family with General Secretary Kim Jong Il as its father.

Some days ago, 10 inhabitants of Kwaksan County, North Phyongan Province went adrift due to violent sea waves while plucking shell fish. They had been rescued by lighthouse keepers and inhabitants from Rap Islet but could not come back as the iceberg more than a fathom deep blocked their way.

The officials of the county and the families of the drifters were at a loss, though they confirmed their whereabouts.

Informed of this, Kim Jong Il took a measure to bring them home. A helicopter of the air force of the Korean People's Army flew towards a remote lighthouse islet in the West Sea of Korea.

When the helicopter appeared in the air over the islet in the morning of Thursday, all the drifters and four inhabitants of Nampho City who found shelter on the islet and those on it were moved to tears by the loving care shown by Kim Jong Il. They shouted at the top of their voices "Long live respected General Kim Jong Il!"
He was, of course, personally piloting the helicopter. Another headline proclaims: "Joint New Year Editorial Hailed by Mexican Politician":
Cuautemoc Amezcua Dromundo, chairman of the C.C., Socialist Popular Party of Mexico, made public a statement on Jan. 2 in support of the joint New Year editorial of the DPRK.

The statement said that the joint editorial serves as a militant banner and an important work as it represents a grand plan and will of General Secretary Kim Jong Il to build a thriving nation without fail true to the last instructions of President Kim Il Sung and indicates the strategy and ways to do so.

The statement expressed belief that in order to successfully accelerate the advance for this year the Workers' Party of Korea would give fuller play to the spirit of its historic Conference, the spirit of single-minded unity, the indomitable spirit of forced march and the spirit of uninterrupted revolution. [...]
The latest Haveil Havalim gives fuller play to the spirit of single-minded unity, the indomitable spirit of forced march and the spirit of uninterrupted revolution

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