Ri Sung Ik #moonbat korea-dpr.com

[From "WPK enjoys people’s absolute support"]

The 76-year history of the Workers’ Party of Korea is the course of achieving the integral whole between the Party and the masses of the people and performing miracles by dint of its might
The people’s trust in the Party was further cemented during the Fatherland Liberation War, which was in effect a confrontation between rifle and atomic bomb

It happened late at night of one day in mid-October 1950 when the Korean People’s Army was making a strategic, temporary retreat during the war

When General Kim Il Sung went to an area near the Chongchon River to acquaint himself with the retreat of KPA units and civilians at night, he heard a cowbell ringing in the darkness and asked where the cart was from and where it was going to
The old man replied that they could survive and win the war only when they went to where the General was

The WPK became more convinced of the validity of its cause from such trust of the people and achieved the great victory in the Fatherland Liberation War on the strength of unity with the people
Slogans “Single-hearted unity” which was coined in the 1980s and “When the Party is determined, we can do anything!” which appeared afterwards epitomize the Koreans’ faith that victory will come only when they trust the WPK and follow the road indicated by it

The slogans were engraved more deeply in their hearts in the 1990s when socialism suffered setbacks in the international arena owing to the vicious manoeuvres of the imperialists and renegades of socialism and are being carried on generation after generation

The Korean people are now out in the struggle to implement the decisions of the Eighth WPK Congress and win a fresh victory of socialism with absolute trust in the Party



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