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Fullest Play to Politico-Ideological Might Called for

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

    Pyongyang, March 16 (KCNA) -- Korean-style socialism has won victory after victory in the fierce stand-off with the U.S. imperialists as the DPRK has increased its politico-ideological might in every way. Rodong Sinmun Wednesday says this in a signed article. It goes on:
    The politico-ideological might means the force of the great ideology.
    Korean socialist society advances and develops by the force of the great ideology.
    When the Korean revolution faced the worst adversity leader Kim Jong Il aroused the army and people to the struggle to defend socialism under the banner of Songun.
    He has energetically led the work to fully prepare servicepersons and people politically and ideologically, regarding arms and ideology as invincible weapons for winning a sure victory in the struggle to protect socialism.
    The politico-ideological might means the might of single-minded unity.
    It is the firm faith of Kim Jong Il to uphold the tradition of the unity in the Korean revolution and lead the socialist cause to victory with the might of unity.
    His Songun revolutionary leadership served as a source of invincible might with which the army and people of the DPRK shared the thought with their leader and breathed the same air, absolutely believed in and followed him and overcame whatever difficulties and adversities with optimism.
    It is the brilliant fruition of his wise leadership that the politico-ideological might of Korean-style socialism has been augmented in every way. The U.S. imperialists' moves to stifle the Korean-style socialism have reached a dangerous phase.
    Korean-style socialism is sure to triumph as there are Kim Jong Il's Songun idea and the army and people remaining single-mindedly true to the Songun leadership of the Workers' Party of Korea.



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