Demonstration of Might of Songun Young Vanguard Called for
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK
Pyongyang, February 28 (KCNA) -- Rodong Sinmun Monday in an editorial dedicated to the holding of the meeting of the young vanguard of Songun calls upon the youth to demonstrate once again to the world the might of the young vanguard of Songun who have grown up under the care of leader Kim Jong Il in the on-going general march.
For the youth to strikingly demonstrate their militant spirit and courage as the young vanguard of Songun in the general march this year is an honorable drive to remain faithful to the mother Party and the motherland, the editorial says, and goes on:
To do so it is necessary for them to have a high ambition, a noble ideal and a high goal and make tenacious efforts to attain them.
This is the times when everything develops by leaps and bounds. Today's goal is quite different from the past one.
All the young people should work hard to put everything into practice with the determination to create a hundred from one at present though ten things were done from one in the past.
They should undertake every work in a bold and big way and fully demonstrate the mettle of the Korean youth of Songun at every labor-consuming and difficult post just as the youngsters did in the period of the great Chollima surge in the last century.
The youth who have strong spirit of initiative should take the lead in making technological updating and applying new technology to production and construction and perform exploits to startle the people.
They should overcome all difficulties in the revolutionary soldier spirit--the spirit of devotedly defending the leader, the spirit of thoroughly implementing the tasks set out by the Party and the heroic self-sacrificing spirit-- at all posts and work sites where the general charge is now underway. Wherever the militant spirit and trait of the revolutionary army run high young people will perform more shining feats and fully glorify their high honor of being the young vanguard of Songun.
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