Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Great powerful prosperous socialist rock inscriptions

Look at it this way: Nobody will get burnt trying to protect slogans carved in rock:
Monumental words are inscribed in the famous mountains of Korea to hand down the greatness and immortal feats of the Three Commanders of Mt. Paektu.

Incised on a natural rock of Sangwondong in Mt. Myohyang is a famous poem "Mt. Myohyang on an Autumn Day". The poem was recited by President Kim Il Sung on October 15, Juche 68 (1979) when he visited the International Friendship Exhibition House. It instills national pride into the minds of the army and people of the DPRK.

There are natural rocks of Mt. Myohyang on which the words "Iron-willed Brilliant Commander Kim Jong Il" and "Brilliant Commander of Songun General Kim Jong Il, February 16, Juche 96" are carved.

Extra-large sized words reading "Illustrious Commander General Kim Jong Il, February 16, Juche 91" are inscribed on a natural rock of Pari Peak in the Sujong Peak area of Mt. Kumgang.

Each letter of his august name is 34 meters in height, 25 meters in width and 1.5 meters in depth.

Seen in the mountain are natural rocks with such words as "Anti-Japanese Heroine Kim Jong Suk" and "Long Live the Great Songun Politics! December 24, Juche 89".

Natural rocks in Mt. Suyang in Haeju City of South Hwanghae Province are inscribed with the streamer "The Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung Will Always Be with Us. October 10, Juche 87", flanked by immortal revolutionary hymn "Song of General Kim Il Sung", and with words "Illustrious Commander General Kim Jong Il Inscribed on October 8, Juche 88" and "Long Live the Great Songun Politics! April 25, Juche 91".

Engraved on rocks in Mt. Kuwol, in Phyongji-ri of Maengsan County, South Phyongan Province and Pansok-ri of Cholwon County, Kangwon Province are words lauding Kim Jong Il as a legendary hero, peerlessly brilliant commander and the sun of the 21st century.

The words incised on natural rocks of famous mountains are the precious ideological and cultural treasures reflecting the unstinted praise of the army and people of Korea for the greatness and revolutionary exploits of the great men and woman of Mt. Paektu.
Such a rich culture!

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