Friday, February 02, 2007

Always Working Together For The People - Part 7

On this day of February we are reminded of the closing auspicious day of the Juche Calendar February 16th, the Day of the Sun, birthday of Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il the brilliant statesman, political genius, prolific author, prodigious humanist, musical virtuoso, intellectual giant of our times, invincible military commander, and Lodestar of the 21st century worshipped by all Koreans and world progressives as the leader of Peace and Justice in the world.

To properly commemorate this glorious event in the lives of Koreans and world progressives of all walks of life, Songun Blog shall lauch the "Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il is the shining Sun and the hope of all humankind video marathon". Every day until the Day of the Sun, we shall post a new video of the respected Leader Comrade Kim Jong Il outlining his immortal revolutionary leadership exploits in building the DPRK along the mass-centered Juche-based socialist system of Korean style into the proud independant powerful prosperous country that is the envy of the whole world.

We shall now kick off the "Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il is the shining Sun and the hope of all humankind video marathon" with the conclusion of the Korean documentary "Always Working Together For The People".

Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il the brilliant statesman, political genius, prolific author, prodigious humanist, peerlessly great brilliant general of Mt. Paektu and invincible military commander built up the Korean People's Army into a match-for-a-hundred invincible revolutionary armed force reliably defending the Sacred Motherland from the criminal fascist US imperialist arrogant aggressors of war and turmoil.

The Leader is the most respected leader for the great services and unequaled exploits he achieved in the service of the Army, the Nation, and the People with his flawless Songun Politics which are the soul and life-nblood of the Korean nation forever united in single-minded harmony of undying loyalty for the Leader who is more precious than their own lives.

Dear Leader Kim Jong Il, having inherited the great moral qualities and intellectual abilities of the Great Leader President Kim Il Sung is therefore the true leader of chosen by all Koreans as Kim Il Sung wish it.

This is the conlusion of the Korean documentary movie "Always Workining Together For The People".

5 comments:

Peter said...

Is it just me or isn't this video somewhat biased?

Dr. Fallon said...

Read more at:
http://rujournalism.blogspot.com/2007/01/dictatorship.html

Read more at:
http://rujournalism.blogspot.com/2007/01/dictatorship.html

Dictatorship?
An Update on the "New Axis of Evil"TM

There's a lot of right-wing angst out there about the new American dictatorship, Venezuela.

A congress wholly loyal to President Hugo Chavez approved a law Wednesday granting him authority to enact sweeping measures by decree.

Let's get this straight: Chavez was given this authority by a democratically elected Congress, representatives of the people, right? And it was all done Constitutionally, right?

Chavez, who is beginning a fresh six-year term, says the legislation will be the start of a new era of "maximum revolution'' during which he will consolidate Venezuela's transformation into a socialist society. His critics are calling it a radical lurch toward authoritarianism by a leader with unchecked power.
But George W. Bush has consistently and frequently ignored laws passed by the US Constitution by issuing "signing statements" that nullify the legislation he is ostensibly signing into law, and in some cases violate the US Constitution. One signing statement asserted the right of Executive Branch agencies to read your mail without a warrant. Another, issued on the McCain anti-torture legislation, said, essentially: "Torture is wrong and we won't do it; except when WE think we ought to."

Bush has consistently overreached Presidential power in the execution of the Iraq war, calling himself "the decider" amd ignoring Congress's Constitutional authority of oversight and approval.

And last August 17th, Federal Judge Anna Diggs Taylor ruled that George W. Bush had both violated the Constitution and broken the law:

The president, she wrote, had “undisputedly violated” not only the First and Fourth Amendments of the Constitution, but also statutory law, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
But that must be okay, because, of course, Bush is just trying to protect the people, right? It's not business he's concerned with, right? Because if he were more concerned with business than with the people of the United States, we might be upset, right? So what is Chavez trying to do?

The law also allows Chavez to dictate unspecified measures to transform state institutions; reform banking, tax, insurance and financial regulations; decide on security and defense matters such as gun regulations and military organization; and "adapt'' legislation to ensure "the equal distribution of wealth'' as part of a new "social and economic model.''

Chavez plans to reorganize regional territories and carry out reforms aimed at bringing "power to the people'' through thousands of newly formed Communal Councils, in which Venezuelans will have a say on spending an increasing flow of state money on neighborhood projects from public housing to road repaving.

Chavez's opponents, however, argue the law dangerously concentrates power in the hands of single man.

Ironically, in the US, those Chavez opponents are, more frequently than not, supporters of the Bush administration -- our new Imperial Presidency -- people like Howie who think, as Richard Milhous Nixon did, that "when the President does it, it's legal."

Chavez supporters said the law will help align the government and economy for a swift move toward a more egalitarian society.

Is that where greater power in the Executive Branch is bringing the American people? It doesn't appear so. Last week, Bush signed an executive order that takes decision-making authority in US Government regulatory agencies (e.g., The Environmental Protection Agency, The Occupational Safety and Health Administation, etc., agencies that act as "watchdogs" for corporate abuse) away from experts in the field and gives it to political cronies. The executive order amounts to the rolling back of legislation (The Clean Air Act, The Occupational Safety and Health Act, etc.) without any Congressional consent. The laws are still there; we just won't enforce them. In fact, we'll ignore them entirely. Oh, and we'll accept your tax dollars as our salary. This is not consumer protection, worker protection, or public protection. It is corporate protection:

Industry and business groups that have made huge donations to the GOP welcomed President Bush's executive order.
Read more at:
http://rujournalism.blogspot.com/2007/01/dictatorship.html
So who's the "dictator?"

greenalien said...

Thank you for this video comrade songun. If anyone thinks it is biased then he needs to set aside all of prejudice the imperialistic freedom hating warmongers who hide themselves in ranks capitalistic burgoise aristocracy instilled into his heart.

Keep posting Comrade Songun!

Jeju_Do said...

Greenalien is Hero of Mt. Paektu. Not suprised.

Read the truth.
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D. A. Shaw said...

Hero, being as it is that you live in Germany, I expect you must have heard of the recent story of the german rabbit breeder. He has been selling fat rabbits to the North Koreans. Why?? Because they believe this will help them better to feed their own people.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/6320821.stm

So just a recap so everyone is clear. North Korea through its actions has openly admitted to having a problem feeding its own people. Why then does this blog persist in stating that North Korea is heaven on earth, when its own leader are trying to deal with the problem of starvation in their country.

If Hero, you were truly North Korean, there is no way you would ever be so disobedient as to have a different opinion on the issue.