Songun Politics Is Banner for Winning Steady Victories of Korean Revolution: Rodong Sinmun

Pyongyang, July 19 (KCNA) — Songun politics is the basic socialist political mode of leader Kim Jong Il style giving priority to military affairs and strengthening the driving force of the revolution with the People’s Army as core and main force and victoriously advancing socialist construction.

Rodong Sinmun Wednesday says this in an article, and goes on:
Kim Jong Il’s Songun politics serves as the banner for winning steady victories by firmly defending the security of the country and the people from all challenges and aggressive moves of the hostile forces and a weighty treasured sword consolidating the unity of the army and people as firm as a rock.
It serves as the motive power for making leap forward as it paved a broad avenue to building a powerful socialist country by dint of self-reliance and self-development.
Kim Jong Il’s Songun leadership has been the basic source of strength that enabled to firmly defend the country and the revolution and socialism of Juche from the vicious moves of the U.S. imperialists and their vassal forces by increasing the overall national power in every way and build a springboard for a powerful socialist country despite so rigorous trials.
Thanks to his Songun politics the lineage of the Korean revolution has been given a steady continuity and self-esteem and prestige of the DPRK remarkably enhanced.
Respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un is building up tremendous strength for the final victory in the showdown with the U.S. and the building of a powerful socialist nation, invariably following the road of Songun taken by Kim Jong Il all his life.
Witnessing the eye-opening reality in which the great victories and innovations of the nation are taking place in succession, all the service personnel and people of the DPRK are firmly convinced that Songun politics is the all-powerful treasured sword for translating all dreams and ideals of the people into realities.

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