"General, don't go!"
"General has not passed away."
"General, our father!"
These are the voices of grief heard from among all Pyongyangites, young and old, men and women, at the sad news of demise of leader Kim Jong Il which came like a bolt from the blue.
The statues of President Kim Il Sung in various places of the DPRK including Kim Il Sung University and the Pyongyang Students and Children's Palace and the mosaics depicting Kim Jong Il are visited by an endless crowd of citizens.
They are shedding bitter tears, their knees on the ground, as they courageously weathered out stern adversities, trusting him only and holding him in high esteem as the sun of destiny and father.
They are getting the paved stones drenched with tears, feeling so regrettable as they can no longer see him whose smile was as broad as sunshine.
Monday, December 19, 2011
"Pyongyangites Call Kim Jong Il in Chocking [sic] Voices"
The English section of the (North) Korean News site finally has content related to the Songun bucket-kicking of the Dear Leader. Here is a particularly maudlin example: