Koreans Urged to Maintain Strong National Self-Esteem
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, August 7 (KCNA) -- The Korean nation has nothing to fear and impossible as it is inspired by the great Songun politics defending its dignity and sovereignty and strong will to live independently and the united strength of the 70 million Koreans. Rodong Sinmun today says this in a signed article. It goes on:
Strong national self-esteem serves as a powerful mental weapon to be tightly held by the compatriots in the anti-U.S., anti-war struggle, a life-and-death struggle with the aggressors.
It is a proud tradition and one of the characteristic features of the Koreans to ardently love the country and the nation and set store by its dignity more than anything else.
The above-said self-esteem represents the faith and grit based on the conviction of the Korean nation's advantages and might.
Koreans will display their inexhaustible strength when they struggle confident of the justice and certain victory of the anti-U.S., anti-war struggle and full of faith and optimism.
The Koreans have lived, separated in the north and the south, due to the territorial partition imposed upon them by foreign forces. Yet their spirit of fighting against aggression and defending the country is still alive.
The DPRK is demonstrating its might as an invincible nation under the patriotic banner of Songun.
The Korean nation has armed forces strong enough to defeat any formidable enemy in the world. No force can match the DPRK's invincible forces, the tremendous deterrent for self-defence which the Korean people have built up under the uplifted banner of Songun with a will not to allow any aggressors to infringe upon the dignity and sovereignty of the nation in the least.
The DPRK's Songun politics and invincible deterrence for self-defence serve as a source of strength encouraging the Koreans to confidently advance with national self-esteem along the road of the anti-U.S., anti-war struggle.
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