Sunday, August 28, 2011

(North) Korean News: "Kim Jong Il's Politics of Attaching Importance to Youth Appreciated by World Public"

North Korea just walks around with a sign on its back: "I'm a totalitarian hell-hole--kick me." The sign is called "Korean News":
World public is highly praising General Secretary Kim Jong Il for pursuing the politics of attaching importance to the youth and loving them with deep attention to the youth movement.

The Chinese People's Daily said that Kim Jong Il attached great importance to the youth movement, put forward the youth as the most viable combat unit and provided them with the slogan "Let Us Live to Glorify Youth!" and a view on life.

The Egyptian paper Al-Misaiya noted that the Korean youth are possessed of the revolutionary and sound ideological and moral traits as the politics of attaching importance to the youth is enforced in the DPRK.

The chairman of the Indian Youth Group for the Study of Works of Comrade Kim Il Sung said President Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il regarded the issue of youth as a fundamental one related to the future destiny of the country, the nation and the revolution, put forward the original ideas and theories on the youth movement and worked heart and soul to intensify it.

The Nepali paper Arpan stressed that the Korean youth are growing to be successors to the revolutionary cause of Juche, heroes of the era and fighters of the Songun revolution, a proof of the validity and vitality of the idea of the Workers' Party of Korea on attaching importance to the youth.

The chief of a branch of the Ethiopian Youth Study Group of the Juche Idea noted that the Korean youth led by Kim Jong Il will certainly build a thriving socialist nation on their land in the near future.

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