Saturday, February 18, 2012

"Foreign Personage Lauds Kim Jong Il's Feats"

"Lyne Sinyodyium"? Doesn't sound like a real name, does it? I tried to Google it, and besides another Korean News article, I found this. Anyway, on with the lauding:
Lyne Sinyodyium, director of the European Society for the Study of the Juche Idea, issued a statement on Feb. 9 on the occasion of the 70th birth anniversary of leader Kim Jong Il.

She said: Kim Jong Il was the son of Mt. Paektu who personified the spirit of Mt. Paektu and Lake Chon.

He, the people's leader combined with pen and sword, developed and enriched the Juche idea through his outstanding ideological and theoretical activities and pursued the Songun politics, defending the sovereignty and dignity of the DPRK.

Though he passed away, the feats he performed for the human cause of independence will last forever.

We are convinced that the Korean people will register greater successes in building a thriving nation under the outstanding and wise leadership of the dear respected Kim Jong Un, successor to Kim Jong Il's revolutionary cause of Juche.

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