04 February 2014

Kim Jong Un Gives Field Guidance to State Academy of Sciences

Picking up the slack where some other people allow it to appear, I am quoting this verbatim*:
Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, gave field guidance to the State Academy of Sciences.

He looked round the statue of President Kim Il Sung and the monument to the teachings given by the three commanders of Mt. Paektu to the academy.

He called for erecting at the academy statues depicting smiling President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il, who trained a huge army of scientists and technicians and united them around the party as solid as a fortress, so that its scientists and technicians might always work and live, expressing their inmost feelings towards them.

He looked round the revolutionary museum of the academy.

He underscored the need for the scientists and technicians to settle issues pending solution for economic development and the improvement of the people's living standard under a long-term plan and scientific and technological issues arising in realities and go beyond the cutting edge and thus make a shortcut to the building of knowledge-based economy so as to glorify the undying exploits Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il performed for the nation's development of science and technology to posterity.
(*) Cause, I swear, any comment will be superfluous. The best comic writers of NK are doing this, I bet.


SnoopyTheGoon said...

Ach, but I would much prefer this to be done by an expert...

SnoopyTheGoon said...

I once read a biography of his grandfather written by a North Korean. Irony has been extinct in North Korea for 62 years. The only thing else I've read that comes close was a "History of the Swedish People" which was only fatally boring.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Well, you are a better man than I am, definitely. Such reading is beyond my capabilities. Oh, and Swedes had at least one exciting moment in their history: