Pyongyang, August 26 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun Saturday says in an article that the Day of Songun is a significant day of great importance in the Korean history of building revolutionary armed forces and a prosperous country together with the day of army building.
The article refers to the fact that the road of Songun revolutionary leadership covered by leader Kim Jong Il was rigorous years beset with unprecedented events and manifold trials.
In those years he boldly weathered all sorts of difficulties and trials under the uplifted banner of Songun.
It stresses that today the Songun revolutionary cause of the Workers’ Party of Korea is being successfully carried forward by respected Marshal Kim Jong Un.
It goes on:
Respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un has smashed every vicious move of the hostile forces to stifle the DPRK with the treasured sword of Songun.
Kim Jong Un advanced the unique line of simultaneously developing the two fronts on the basis of analyzing with deep insight the geopolitical character of the Korean peninsula, law-governed requirements of the developing Korean revolution and tendency of the change and development of the world political situation and wisely led the struggle for realizing it. He has turned the DPRK into the matchless nuclear weapons state in a short span of time.
If Kim Jong Un had not firmly consolidated the arsenal of the Songun revolution with his courage and pluck of Mt Paektu, far-sighted wisdom and outstanding leadership, a nuclear war would have broken out on this land more than a hundred times.
The U.S. and south Korean puppet forces are now staging frantic Ulji Freedom Guardian joint military exercises but these saber-rattling is little short of their muscle flexing for covering their uneasiness and fear they feel in face of the DPRK’s daily increasing might.
No adversity, however, can ever block the dynamic advance of Songun Korea full of conviction under the guidance of Kim Jong Un and a final victory belongs to the DPRK in the showdown with the U.S.
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