Sunday, June 08, 2008

It's good to be monolithic

We are always hearing that things aren't "monolithic." Is it always bad to be monolithic? Evidently, under the brilliant leadership of the Dear Leader, the DPRK has embraced its inner Monolith:
Under the wise leadership of Kim Jong Il the WPK has established the monolithic ideological system in the party and on this basis has developed into the revolutionary party that has formed unity in thinking and which is struggling for one and the same purpose and an invincible party that has achieved the single-minded unity of the leader, party, servicepersons and people . . .
Looking for some not-quite-so-monolithic reading matter? Check out the latest editions of those two non-monolithic Imperialist blog carnivals, Carnival of the Insanities and Haveil Havalim.

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