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Anniversary of Kim Jong Il's Work Observed
Pyongyang, January 4 (KCNA) -- Rodong Sinmun Tuesday dedicates an article to the 19th anniversary of the publication of General Secretary Kim Jong Il's work "The Historical Lesson in Building Socialism and the General Line of Our Party."

The work, published on January 3, Juche 81 (1992), clarifies the basic reason why socialism collapsed in some countries at that time and the inevitability of victory of Korean-style socialism based on the Juche idea.

Every paragraph of the work is consistent with Kim Jong Il's iron will to accomplish the socialist cause of Juche pioneered by President Kim Il Sung by holding fast to the general line of the Party on building socialism, the article says, adding:

He has always led the socialist cause of Juche to victory. The wisdom of his guidance can be found in that he has vigorously advanced the revolution and construction by dint of ideology under the uplifted banner of attaching importance to it.

By keeping up the Juche theory of ideology, he has trained all the soldiers and people to be persons strong in ideology and faith while leading Korean-style socialism to victory.

The army and people of the DPRK have been firmly armed with the Juche idea, the Songun idea under his wise leadership

It is a true picture of Songun Korea that the Korean People's Army serves as mainstay and turned into strong and elite armed forces, creating miracles one after another in defending socialism and building a thriving nation.

Unshakable is the revolutionary faith of the Korean army and people adhering to the basic principle of socialism as they hold in high esteem Kim Jong Il, stalwart defender of socialism. They have worked ceaseless miracles and feats in the ongoing drive to build a thriving nation, keeping their feet planted on their own land and looking out over the world. Their indomitable faith and will bring about the radical changes in every part of the country.

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