Sunday, August 07, 2011

(North) Korean News: "Songun Policy Praised by Mexican Personages"

(North) Korean News has a slew of interesting headlines at the moment, many of them espousing the point of view of other oppressive regimes and also the Palestinians (Funny how that works, isn't it?). One excerpt from the list of headlines looks like this:
Raul Castro Refers to Economic Development
Hezbollah Slams Israel's Attack on Lebanese Army
Israel Condemned for Killing Palestinians
PNA Condemns Israeli Killings
Iran Criticizes West's Attitude toward Terrorism
I am not going to post any of that stuff, however. I like articles with maximum Juche-content:
A lecture was given in Mexico on July 29 to mark the 51st anniversary of leader Kim Jong Il's start of Songun revolutionary leadership.

The coordinator of San Luis Potosi State Committee of the Workers' Party of Mexico and the chairman of the Mexican Committee for the Study of Kimilsungism said in their speeches that General Secretary Kim Jong Il developed in depth the Songun idea founded by President Kim Il Sung and enforced the Songun policy, the original political mode, the first of its kind in history.

They profoundly explained the essence, validity and vitality of the Songun policy in combination with the reality of the DPRK, adding that the Songun policy is just and the most effective political mode and an all-powerful treasured sword defending the sovereignty of the country and nation and guaranteeing the victorious advance of the human cause of independence.

They praised the army and people of the DPRK for having achieved miraculous successes and progress in all fields including politics, military affairs, economy and culture by resolutely foiling the imperialists' moves to stifle the DPRK under the Songun leadership of Kim Jong Il for more than half a century. They also lauded them for dynamically speeding up the on-going all-out offensive to bring about a decisive turn in the building of a thriving nation.

They renewed their resolution to intensify their activities for studying and disseminating the Juche idea, the Songun idea in order to commemorate the centenary of birth of the President as a great jubilee in human history.

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