Multi-part feature film "the Nation and Destiny" part 56 released
Pyongyang, October 7 (KCNA) -- The Korean Film Studio recently produced part 5 of "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow," part 56 of the multi-part feature film "the nation and destiny".
The film teaches the profound truth that people in our era should maintain revolutionary principles and live with pure heart and clean hands anytime, anywhere and under any circumstances, always cherishing faith and sense of obligation towards the party and the leader who give the most valuable political integrity to them and help them lead a worthy life.
The film stresses that a revolutionary should consider a revolutionary principle, class principle as absolute faith that allows no concession even among kinsmen.
Leader Kim Jong Il highly praised the film, saying that it clearly teaches how a revolutionary should abide by the class principle.
A preview of the film was held at the people's palace of culture yesterday.
Seminar on Kim Jong Il's work held
Pyongyang, October 7 (KCNA) -- A seminar on leader Kim Jong Il's work "the Workers' Party of Korea is a Juche-type revolutionary party which inherited the glorious tradition of the DIU" was held by the socialist workers' party of Romania on October 2 on the occasion of the 4th anniversary of his election as General Secretary of the WPK and the 56th anniversary of its foundation.
Referring to the main content of the work, speakers expressed belief that the WPK having Kim Jong Il as its general secretary will surely build a powerful socialist nation and achieve the cause of the country's reunification.
A seminar on his work "The Workers' Party of Korea is the Party of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung" was held by the society for the study of comrade Kim Jong Il's work of the united party of struggle of Madagascar on Oct. 1.
It pointed to the main content, the originality and validity of the work.
National seminar held in Nepal
Pyongyang, October 7 (KCNA) -- A national seminar on "Self-Reliance and Socio-Economic Development in Nepal" was held in Nepal on October 1 on the occasion of the 56th anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea.
Present at the seminar were the chairman of the standing committee of the royal council of Nepal, figures of various political parties, social organizations and media, chiefs and members of the organizations for the study of the Juche idea and people from all walks of life.
Speakers at the seminar said it is the truth taught by the Juche idea that any country is sure to win when it pushes ahead with the revolution and construction, firmly relying on the strength of its people and its technology and resources in conformity with its specific conditions and the interests of its people.
They stressed that it is necessary to rely on one's efforts and study the Juche idea in order to adhere to the sovereignty of the nation and achieve genuine socio-economic development.
It is the result of the struggle waged by the DPRK, guided by the Juche idea and the principle of self-reliance, that it has turned into a socialist bulwark and an impregnable fortress, they added.
A letter to leader Kim Jong Il was adopted at the seminar.
Japan's "three non-nuclear principles" termed deceptive
Pyongyang, October 7 (KCNA) -- Japan has laid a foundation to become a "nuclear power" under the signboard of "three non-nuclear principles," says Rodong Sinmun today in a signed article.
The "three non-nuclear principles," which former Japanese prime minister Sato set out in 1967 as a government policy, is, in fact, aimed to calm down the anti-nuclear sentiment of the Japanese people and cover up its moves to turn the country into a nuclear base and speed up its nuclear weaponization, the article notes.
Pointing to the adverse consequences of Japan's misuse of the "three non-nuclear principles," the article says:
Under this signboard Japan has been legally converted into a U.S. nuclear base.
U.S. warships and planes carrying nuclear weapons frequent Japan without any restrictions at the tacit connivance of the Japanese government and under its patronage. And even when U.S. nuclear submarines enter Japanese ports without any prior notice, far from getting any inspection or permission, the Japanese government does not say a word in protest.
Japan is accelerating the nuclear weaponization after paving the way for it under the signboard of the principles.
The Japanese government mapped up a plan for nuclear weaponization and is pushing forward it as a state policy.
It plans to stockpile 100 tons of plutonium by 2010. This is enough to produce nuclear warheads more than what the U.S. and Russia possess today.
Japan ranks itself among the world's most advanced countries in terms of technologies of making nuclear weapons and developing their carriers. It is unanimous comment of experts that Japan can become a nuclear power anytime, if it has a will.
The Japanese reactionaries aim to use nuclear weapons as a lever to achieve their ambition for overseas expansion.
Precisely for this reason Japan desperately takes the lead in opposing any resolution on prohibiting the use of nuclear weapons whenever it is discussed at the U.N. and other international organizations.
The Japanese reactionaries are working hard to impose the same disaster as Hiroshima suffered upon the people of other countries, escalating the moves to become a nuclear power under the signboard of the deceptive "three non-nuclear principles" in a bid to realize their ambition for overseas expansion. But this will only bring even more horrible disaster to its whole territory.