Peerlessly Great Men’s Loving Care for Working People

Pyongyang, May 1 (KCNA) — People in the DPRK are celebrating May Day, recalling the loving care shown by the peerlessly great men for the working people.

President Kim Il Sung put forward the working people, who had been subjected to exploitation and oppression in the past, as the most valuable beings in the world.
He took part in the Pyongyang mass rally marking the first May Day after the country’s liberation from Japan’s colonial rule and called on all the working people to turn out in the struggle for building a new country.
In the period of the Fatherland Liberation War (June 1950-July 1953), he issued the order of the supreme commander of the Korean People’s Army “On the occasion of May Day” to inspire workers and other people with firm confidence in victory.
Thanks to his loving care for the working people and trust in them, they could bring about the era of Chollima in the DPRK to the wonder of the world.
Under the guidance of leader Kim Jong Il, they amassed for a large unit to reliably push forward the building of a socialist power.
He invited workers in the field of metallurgical industry and relevant industrial establishments to the May Day celebration and enjoyed the revolutionary opera “The Flower Girl” together with them in Juche 98 (2009).
Today, the loving care of the great leaders for working people is being creditably carried on by respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un.
He visited Kangsong Service Complex on May Day, 2012 and left a legendary anecdote relative to his loving care for working people. He also went round the newly-built workers’ hostel of the Pyongyang Kim Jong Suk Textile Mill in April 2014 and took measures to hold a grand banquet for its workers at the hostel in celebration of May Day.
Indeed, the loving care shown by the great persons of Mt Paektu for the working people encourages them to perform great feats in the on-going drive for creating Mallima speed.

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