Maria Holland

So Over This

In Uncategorized on December 25, 2011 at 5:20 pm

We can only be sad over Kim Jong Il’s death for so long.  At some point we have to get back to scavenging grass for food. 

Korean People Get over
Their Leader’s Demise

Stillness has no longer persisted in Pyongyang Saturday morning, a week after the demise of leader Kim Jong Il.

Streets, buses and metro are all crowded with people going to their work. They are not giving way simply to sorrow.

They are getting over the demise of their leader, promoted by a strong will to closely rally around respected Comrade Kim Jong Un, identical to leader Kim Jong Il in ideology, leadership art and traits, and faithfully uphold his leadership. They are working with redoubled effort.

Jo Yong Gil, an employee of the Kim Jong Thae Electric Locomotive Complex, said, "How can I weep away my time, overcome with grief. I will work harder to implement the behests of leader Kim Jong Il."

Kim Kyong Su, manager of the complex, said, "We are now bringing about an upsurge in the manufacture and repair of electric locomotives after changing sorrow into strength and courage. All the workshops in the complex are overfulfilling their daily quotas. Our workers will uphold the leadership of Comrade Kim Jong Un with increased production."

Also, just because this sentence is like buzzword bingo:

Local People Mourn Demise
of Kim Jong Il Every Day

Workers of the Huichon Precision Machine Plant vowed to step up the work for putting the plant on a modern and scientific basis through a high-pitched drive to push back the frontiers of latest science and technology and bring about uninterrupted miracles and innovations in production and thus successfully carry out the behests of Kim Jong Il.

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