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DPRK People Inspired by Kim Jong Un's Important Decision
| Pyongyang, February 7 (KCNA) -- It was recently announced that the dear respected Kim Jong Un, at an enlarged meeting of the Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party of Korea, made an important decision which serves as guidelines for defending the security and sovereignty of the country.
The news has hardened the will of the people in the DPRK to remain faithful to his Songun (military-first) leadership.
Rim Chol, a teacher of Kim Il Sung University, told KCNA:
History shows that military strength is decisive of victory in the revolution.
It is the truth that any nation weak in military muscle can never defend its sovereignty and right to existence but fall a victim to the arbitrariness of the imperialists.
That was why President Kim Il Sung began the Korean revolution with arms to liberate the country from the Japanese colonial rule and attached priority to increasing the military force all his life.
Regarding it as his lifelong mission to accomplish the Songun revolutionary cause pioneered by the President, leader Kim Jong Il further strengthened the armed forces of the DPRK with his extraordinary wisdom, distinguished commanding art and matchless grit.
With the Songun policy, he creditably deterred the U.S.-led imperialists' moves to stifle socialism in the DPRK and turned the country into a world-level military power.
It is the firm belief of the Korean army and people that the country's prosperity and the happiness of posterity lie in upholding the Songun politics under the guidance of Marshal Kim Jong Un.
Kim Yong Hui, an official of the Ministry of Forestry, said:
The news about Kim Jong Un's important decision has instilled courage and optimism into my mind.
I'd love to express best regards and highest glory to him, who is bolstering up the country's military strength, true to the intention of the great Generalissimos Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.
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