Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Today's pathetic gurgle from the Juche abyss

They probably wish they could dash like the wind over the border into South Korea:
The Juche idea, the revolutionary idea of President Kim Il Sung, serves as the only guiding idea of the Workers' Party of Korea and the revolution and as the lifeline for building a great prosperous and powerful nation. All the people should glorify the honor of being his soldiers and disciples and dash like the wind toward the victory in the drive to build a thriving nation under the uplifted banner of the Juche idea.

Rodong Sinmun Monday stresses this in an editorial.

To glorify the Juche idea in practice represents the greatest loyalty and noblest moral obligation to the President and it is a sacred work for victoriously advancing the Korean revolution, pioneered by the President, along the track of independence forever, it notes.

It is also the worthwhile work for demonstrating the DPRK as a thriving socialist country where the wishes of the President are translated into reality, the editorial says, and goes on:

To glorify the Juche idea in practice just means to advance the Korean revolution as instructed and intended by the President and glorify the DPRK as a thriving socialist nation of Juche where the long-cherished ideals of the people are coming to reality in keeping with his intention and desire.

As they are guided by the Juche idea, the Korean people have emerged the people strong in the spirit of national independence and the DPRK has demonstrated its might as a power of independence and a fortress of socialism.

Now our country witnesses the eye-opening and spectacular era in which the Juche idea brings excellent results and all ideals of the people come true.

All servicepersons and people should dynamically advance along the road indicated by the Juche idea, deeply cherishing the great national pride and honor of living and making revolution in the homeland of the great idea of era.

The army and people of the DPRK are sure to win in the drive for building a thriving nation as there are the great Juche idea whose brilliant rays light the road ahead of them and the seasoned and tested leadership of the headquarters of the revolution.
I hear they expect to have the starvation problem relatively under control in a decade or two.

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