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"Leader, Just Give Us Your Order", Song Vibrant with Fighting Spirit
| Pyongyang, March 20 (KCNA) -- Song "Leader, Just Give Us Your Order" is now heard everywhere in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Created in Juche 56 (1967), the song reflects the steadfast will of the DPRK servicepersons and civilians to wipe out the U.S. imperialists at a stroke, once an order of action is given by the supreme commander of the Korean People's Army.
Whenever a grave situation prevailed on the Korean Peninsula due to the the U.S. and its followers' moves to stifle socialist Korea, its people would smash the provocative moves, singing this song.
The DPRK government has made painstaking efforts to achieve the national reunification in a peaceful way.
However, the U.S. and the south Korean regime turned their faces away from the aboveboard reunification proposals made by the DPRK, persisting in the hostile policy toward it.
Recently the U.S. prodded the UN Security Council into cooking up "resolutions on sanctions" against the DPRK over its peaceful satellite launch and nuclear test for self-defence.
It is now staging the Key Resolve and Foal Eagle joint military exercises aimed to mount a preemptive nuclear strike on the DPRK, with involvement of its huge armed forces and nuclear attack means, leading the situation on the peninsula to the brink of war.
Peace is precious for the DPRK army and people but the nation's dignity and sovereignty are more precious.
Han Song Chol, a 44-year-old man living in Yomju County, North Phyongan Province, told KCNA:
"The appealing song mirrors the strong will of the DPRK people to wipe out the U.S. imperialists and their followers from the earth by dint of arms of justice.
It encourages me to turn out in an all-out action for national reunification."
As the song says, the DPRK people are now willing to turn the strongholds of the provokers into a sea of flames and attain the national reunification, once an order is given by Supreme Commander Kim Jong Un.
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