Songun Politics Based on Juche Idea
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, September 1 (KCNA) -- Songun politics is an independent one based on the Juche idea, which displays an invincible might in revolutionary practice. It is the fundamental principle of the Juche idea to defend and realize the independence of countries, nations and popular masses in a most thorough-going way.
This requirement of the Juche idea is materialized by the Songun politics. The politics demands to solve all the problems arising in the revolution and construction on the principle of giving a preference to the military affairs and carry on the socialist cause as a whole with the People's Army as the motive force of the revolution and in reliance on it.
Independence is the lifeblood of the popular masses as well as a country and nation.
The revolution for independence of people is accompanied by fierce confrontation of strength with counterrevolutionary force, and thus the victory or defeat in the struggle depends on military power.
The Songun politics makes it possible to strengthen the army as an invincible force so that it can frustrate any aggressive moves of the imperialists at a stroke and defend the sovereignty of the nation with credit.
The justice and vitality of the Songun politics have been proved in the practice of the Korean revolution and are becoming more pronounced as the days go by.
In Korea where the anti-imperialist military front is the main front of the revolution, the People's Army should make up the driving force of the revolution and the sovereignty of the country and the nation and the independent position of the popular masses are ensured by the army.
It is entirely thanks to the great Songun politics that today the Korean people are vigorously building a great prosperous powerful nation, resolutely smashing the U.S. moves to stifle the DPRK.
Inviolable is the sovereignty of the DPRK guided by the Songun politics based on the Juche idea, the most thorough independent idea.
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