Patriotism

Below are quotes about patriotic propaganda.

“I can live without my mother, but I can’t live without time without the hugs of my dear leader.” (Alexander Zhebin, The Kim Dynasty I Seen)
“Korean socialism is the true socialism that embodies the subject idea.” “The example of Korea inspires the whole world.”
During the 19th and 20th centuries, Marx, Engels, and Lenin’s activities were “a milestone in human history,” the Labor Newspaper wrote.
“Thanks to these great thinkers and politicians, socialism has evolved from a utopia to a scientific doctrine and embodied as a living reality. A theoretical and practical question has arisen: those who have instinctual hostility and prejudice against socialism have slandered socialism and have begun to preach the “capitalist dominance.” Thus, progressive humanity has licked mental anguish–wouldn’t a modern man lacking great ideology, a great person suffer ideological defeat and face ideological poverty? President Kim Il Sung, the great leader of the Korean people, laid the groundwork for great subjectivity and turned these worries of progressive mankind into delight, otherwise Marx, Engels, Les After Nin’s death, a void of thought would have arisen, which would have caused mankind to be unhappy, indeed, exalting Kim Il Sung and embracing the subject thought was the great happiness and joy of progressive mankind. is there”
“Korean socialism has inspired people. Our people are united under leaders, and the country is like a” big family, “like a” paradise. ” There is no immediate need for poor people, unemployed people, villains, and prostitutes in developed countries, where material wealth is not ugly concentrated in a handful, physical life and spiritual and cultural The organic adaptation of life and work, everyone lives equally and without inconvenience, the full development of life is guaranteed by law, and this reality attracts the progressive people of the world. The example of Korea is “particularly valuable” under the situation of “Imperialists are mad at death when slandering and dismantling socialist countries”.
The living reality, however, is that the valuable society of mankind that Korea has built resolutely opposes such an attack. Socialism’s superiority over capitalism can be convinced by everyone visiting Korea. The example of Korea is meaningful in that Japan has planted hope and trust of victory in the hearts of progressive humankind and promised a bright future.
The key to unraveling this trajectory lies in the realization of subjectivity, a fundamental element showing the unparalleled superiority of Japanese socialism. Everyone respects the interests of the group over the interests of the individual, devotes themselves to work, trusts President Kim Il Sung with his father, trusts the party like his mother’s bosom, and the attitude of Japan, which constitutes one large family, is a society It can help people from other countries who are not familiar with the principles to understand their appeal. ”
“Korean miracles” can be summarized into the following seven.
“First, the great President, Kim Il Sung and dear secretary, Kim Jong Il’s proper guidance. Second, the party’s iron organization. Third, the interests and purposes of the leader, party and the public are common. Fourth, all leadership
The staff at the position is armed with subjectivity. Fifth, all people are educated ideologically and politically. Sixth, all people are responsible for fulfilling their duties. And finally,
All people must be aware of the revolution and be internationally aware ”(ibid.)
He pulled out a highly genuine and suspicious story set in 1938-39, inspiring Korea’s pride. There, Kim Il Sung led the small anti-Japanese guerrilla,
“In the extreme cold of two degrees below zero, we fought thousands of enemies without heavy snowfall and hunger, and the red flag flew in front of our corps.” This designation, “The March of Hardship,” has since become a figurative term for famine. The Labor Newspaper called on the people to raise their resistance to hunger, citing Kim Il Sung’s self-sacrifice.
“There is nothing on the planet that keeps the Korean people in the spirit of a” march of hardship “and moves forward for victory, and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea will always be a powerful nation.”
Being hungry became part of the patriotic duty. The new slogan on the bulletin board posted in Pyongyang was “Let’s eat two meals a day.” Television aired a documentary about a man who was allegedly ruptured due to eating too much rice. In any case, citing a statement by a senior official of the Ministry of Agriculture that food shortages are a temporary matter,
Newspapers reported that good harvest could be expected during the next rice harvest. (Barbara Demick, Nothing to Envy:Ordinary Lives in North Korea)
During the famine, he continually sang the song “Comrade March” on television. “We live in a socialist country and don’t have to worry about food and clothing. Let’s look at the world with pride and pride.” A patriotic scene with countless flags waving along. (Ibid.)
There is such a thing in the recited “Kim Jong Il Words”. “North Korea has a kindergarten and daycare center so that women can enter and work in society just like men. North Korea is the happiest woman in the world.”(“The North Salams”)
As is often emphasized in newspapers, all citizens who are regarded as fighters of the revolution “do not have the right to die without obeying party orders and leadership orders” (Zhebin, op. cit.)
“The greatness of a nation is not determined by the size of its territory, the number of its inhabitants, or the age of its history. It is determined by the greatness of its leader, who guides the nation,”
It calls on the principle that “My nation is first”.
“By adhering to this principle, no matter what the adversity or the wind, whatever the wind, we can successfully carry out a revolution.” And eventually end up being “subordinate to other powers.”
It is the feeling of “ethnic pride and beauty” that plays a considerable role in ideological education for North Koreans. According to the Labor Youth newspaper, the North Korean people, unlike the former poor underdeveloped people, received a “great leader, Marshal Kim Il Sung and a dear leader, Comrade Kim Jong Il” “A happy people” It is. According to the newspaper, North Korean workers live under a human-centered “most progressive socialist system with a strong and independent national economy. The official propaganda always emphasizes that he is “the master of the world” and lives “happily and affluently” both materially and culturally. (Ibid.)