Joint Slogans Boost Confidence in Victory of Socialism

Pyongyang, August 3 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in an article stresses that the joint slogans of the Central Committee and the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea published on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the WPK are slogans of conviction and struggle which the army and people of Korea should hold fast to as fixed guidelines in accomplishing the cause of socialism.

Noting that the joint slogans carry firm belief in invincibility of Korean style socialism, the article goes on:

Every phrase of the joint slogans is run through with the Korean people’s great honor and pride in having made a revolution with the great leaders, the great idea and the strong army.

The ideas of the slogans represent the Korean people’s high revolutionary pride and confidence in sure victory. Among them are ideas that the glorious course of Korean socialism is associated with President Kim Il Sung’s whole life and leader Kim Jong Il’s exploits performed for the Songun revolution and ours is invincible socialism in which the immortal Juche idea has been applied and there is the matchlessly formidable army.

The slogans carry the strong will of the army and the people to increase the might of Korean style socialism to the maximum.

They clarify precious ideological and theoretical guidelines for the Korean people to develop our socialist country into a reunified and prosperous powerful country of Juche.
As shown by them, the politico-ideological and military position of our socialism will become stronger when the Party, the army and the people closely unite around Kim Jong Il in one idea and will and fortify the Party, the army and the state and social system as firm as a rock under the uplifted banner of Songun.

The slogans reflect the invariable will of our Party, army and people to stubbornly advance only along the road of socialism, holding higher the red flag of revolution, the banner of Songun.

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