Looking for summer reading? Why not try the works of Kim Jong Il. The North Korean News Service provides a useful guide to his greatest work.
He authored famous works including “Let Us Make Party Work Through Work with People” in the 1960s.
In the 1970s he published “Let Us Increase the Party’s Fighting Efficiency and Bring about a Fresh Turn in the Building of Socialism”
[In the 1990s] He issued the works “The Workers’ Party of Korea Is a Juche-Type Revolutionary Party Which Inherited the Glorious Tradition of the DIU“, “The Historical lesson in Building Socialism and the General Line of Our Party“, “Let Us further Consolidate the Position of the Socialist Revolution through Effective Party Work” and others.
He made public various famous works including “The Workers’ Party of Korea Is the Party of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung” and “Giving Priority to Ideological Work Is Essential for Accomplishing Socialism” in the middle of the 1990s when the U.S.-led imperialist reactionary forces were engaged in vicious moves…
His famous works including “On Preserving the Juche Character and National Character of the Revolution and Construction“, “On Learning from the Revolutionary Soldier Spirit” and “Let Us Live not Merely for Today but for Tomorrow” [All together now!]
Among the works is “Songun Revolutionary Line Is a Great Revolutionary Line of Our Era and an Ever-victorious Banner of Our Revolution“.
If you can’t wait for Amazon to deliver these enthralling titles, you can always read this heart warming tale of love for the people:
The President took along with him three youngest members among the recruits from the first day they joined the unit.
One day they picked bagfuls of maize with the shuck unremoved on the way back from the sentry post without the permission of its owner.
They wanted to serve the President with plentiful maize, thinking they could not allow him to go with plain water, however scanty the food was at the unit.
Telling them they had gravely encroached on the interests of people that day, he made them take back all the maize to the side of the field of the peasant.
He told them to love the people more ardently, drawing a lesson from what they had done that day.
Marcus adds: The Juche idea lives in the hearts of the toiling masses of Britain!!! Check out this photograph I took of a poster on the South coast of England last week.