Tuesday, May 10, 2005

US Imperialists Bound To Suffer History's Judgment Again

In their totally insane war-crazed lust for a war of aggression, the Bush clique of criminal reactionnary imperialists, stopping at nothing to stiffle the peace-loving independant Democratic People's Republic of Korea single-mindedly united as one heart in their deep respect and profound esteem for the Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il, are bound to suffer yet again the damning judgement of History, as evidenced by the historical victorious anti-US anti-imperialist struggle of the Vietnamese people against the colonial consumerist aggression of the capitalist Yankees in the Vietnam War.

This is lucidly demonstrated by Hero of the Vietnamese People General Vo Nguyen Giap as he recalls the historic victorious anti-US struggle of the Vietnamese people's Army in a Vietnam News article titled : The American War and its historic lesson.

The Bush clique of ignorant ranch cowboys would do best to heed the history lesson provided by General Vo Nguyen Giap, but Bush, being the illiterate lout bereft of morals and humanity that he is, will most likely just shrug it off and carry on with his overly aggressive plans of imperialist conquest of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, under the fallacious pretexts of "removing 'weapons of mass destruction'", or "bringing 'freedom' to the North Koreans" or other such outright lie. But the Yankee war-mongers should beware, that any hostile moves to stiffle the DPRK would be forcibly met by the invincible Korean People's Army :

Training the People’s Army into an Invincible Combat Force

Let us each be a match for a hundred!” is an important slogan of the Korean People’s Army.

This slogan was put forward by President Kim Il Sung when he gave on-the-spot guidance at a frontline post of the Korean People’s Army in the 60s of the last century.

At the time the leader Kim Jong Il assisted the President.

And now he has been on inspection tours to army units for scores of years, providing ingenious guidance to ensure the successful implementation of this slogan.

It is his important daily routine to inspect KPA units on the spot. According to this routine he has visited frontline posts on rugged mountains and posts on islets across the raging seas for a whole year from early in January.

His view that he should go wherever there are soldiers constitutes the main factor in strengthening the political-ideological and military-technological might of the KPA.

Through his on-site inspections of the KPA units, the KPA Supreme Commander Kim Jong Il has led the servicemen to arm themselves with the Juche idea, the Songun idea, of the Workers’ Party of Korea and cherish the spirit of defending the leader at the cost of their lives as their first and foremost life and trained them into steel-strong ranks united single-mindedly around the leadership of revolution.

Now the slogan “Let us defend the leadership of revolution headed by the great Comrade Kim Jong Il at the cost of our lives!” put up in every KPA unit reflects the rock-firm faith and will cherished by the servicemen in their hearts. This slogan finds expression in the fact that they devote their youth and lives without hesitation for the sake of the leader, for the sake of the motherland and the people.

Kim Jong Il has put forward the slogan “Training is also a battle!” and leads officers and men of the army to be expert in modern warfare. Through his continuous on-site inspections he ensured that men of all services and branches of arms have mastered modern weapons and combat equipments and have grown and become capable of organizing operations and battles admirably, and that the whole army has turned into an invincible force where steel-strong discipline prevails.

The leader regards the servicemen as the revolutionary comrades of Songun sharing ideology and will with him, not as soldiers coming under the Supreme Commander in military ranks, and bestows boundless love on them. He never fails to call at their barracks, mess halls and places of their cultural life whenever he visits army units. He studies the temperatures of the barrack rooms and the state of wash places and bathrooms. He appraises the photos taken by soldiers.

He speaks highly of soldiers’ performances of short art pieces, asks them about their homes, inspires and looks after them with paternal care.

He is so broad-minded and free and easy that soldiers frankly tell innermost thoughts to him, and ask him to pose for a photo with them. Then he satisfies their wishes. As he is always in their hearts, they hold him in high esteem and follow him with loyalty.

Whenever they hear of the news about his on-site inspection of KPA units, they ardently wish with great yearning that he will pay a visit to their own units. And they quietly sing the song “Far Away on the Road to the Front Line”, following him on his inspection tour to the front.

The sun rises over the road of yearning,
Far, far away beyond the mountains and fields,
Our General is on his way to the front far away over there,
My heart rushes away to the place where the sun rises, ....

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