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Wednesday 17th December is the Third Anniversary of the Passing of Dear Leader Kim Jong Il

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As we come up to the third anniversary of the demise of our beloved Dear Leader Kim Jong Il, this Wednesday, December 17th, let's remember that even when his health was giving way, the Dear Leader never spared himself, but was always out among the people, making sure that everything done for them was of the highest possible standard. We can also see how much Respected Marshal Kim Jong Un learned from the Dear Leader about how to be a true loving father to the people - unlike the cowardly criminals who mis-rule the capitalist régimes.

 

 

 

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Tomorrow, we commemorate the passing of our Dear Leader Kim Jong Il. Here we see our beloved Generalissimo standing beside the magnificent Tower of Juche - a brilliant and unshakable symbol of independence, sovereignty and Anti-imperialist resistance for all nations.

 

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On this day, in December 2011, our General's time among us came to its earthly conclusion. And so he joins the shining raiment of immortal heroes, on the Fields of Elysium.

In groves we live, and lie on mossy beds,
By crystal streams, that murmur thro' the meads:
But pass yon easy hill, and thence descend;
The path conducts you to your journey's end.
This said, he led them up the mountain's brow,
And shews them all the shining fields below.
They wind the hill, and thro' the blissful meadows go.

Virgil. The Aeneid.

 

 

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