Dear Leader exercises wise leadership and deep care

Bungling’ North Korea official executed
The Australian / AP
March 19, 2010

SEOUL: North Korea executed a former senior official last week as punishment for the country’s botched currency reform, according to a news report yesterday. In November, North Korea revalued its currency as part of efforts to cut inflation and reassert control over its nascent market economy. However, the measure reportedly worsened the food situation by forcing the closure of markets, causing anger among North Koreans left with piles of worthless bills…

The original source for the story according to Bloomberg is South Korean news agency Yon Hap News.

If correct, then the puppet military warmongers should clearly understand that the military retaliatory step will be implemented by the limitless merciless strike power of the strong revolutionary army of Mt. Paektu and a resolute action which can hardly be countered by any up-to-date means in the world.

If false, then those responsible had better make an apology before the nation for their crimes against the nation, people and reunification and immediately step down without delay instead of working hard to prolong its despicable remaining days through such mean and nefarious anti-DPRK ruckus.

In more important news:

New Scientific Films Produced

Pyongyang, March 17 (KCNA) — The Korean Documentary and Science Film Studio has recently produced new scientific films giving scientific and technical information and common knowledge about the greening of cities.

“Soilless Cultivation of Turf in Humus-cakes” offers an explicit explanation of the new turf cultivation method and its advantages.

By this method, it is possible to cultivate turf two or three times a year and raise the productivity three or four times higher than the existing methods.

“Let’s Plant Many Large Tara Vines” gives a scientific and technical solution to problems arising in extensively propagating large tara vine or Actinidia chinensis useful in different aspects.

The films are helpful toward garbing streets and villages in green in spring.

The hearts of all the adherents to the Juche idea, the Songun idea, and the progressive mankind valuing independence and justice to fully support the DPRK, the homeland of Juche and the fortress of socialism, and the Korean people’s cause of justice at present time when the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean warmongers are working hard to stage war exercises for aggression on the DPRK, were greatly warmed by news that:

A small group of members from the British Branch of the Korean Friendship Association picketed the South Korean Embassy followed by the United States Embassy today in London. The group are against the military exercises staged by the US in South Korea as well as the South Korean ‘Unification Ministry’ and the National Intelligence Service. London, United Kingdom, 15/03/2010…

The Slackbastard Central Committee voices firm solidarity with the Korean people in their struggle to defend the sovereignty of the country and demands the U.S. imperialists and the south Korean puppet clique cancel their nefarious plans and the U.S. pull back its forces from south Korea at once. We call upon all the branches of the KFA to intensify the movement for solidarity with the DPRK.

Let’s Plant Many Large Tara Vines! Defence of DPRK Is a Must!

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2 Responses to Dear Leader exercises wise leadership and deep care

  1. Paul Justo says:

    Meanwhile in Australia the ‘Trotskyist Platform’ is about to stick the boot in to Rio Tinto.

    China Is Cracking Down on Private Sector Corporate Greed and Corruption!

    It’s About Time That Starts to Happen Here!

    Rio Tinto’s obscenely rich bosses are notorious for attacking trade unions, trampling on Aboriginal rights and plundering the wealth of peoples in the “Third World.” And they are used to getting away with it! However, since the Peoples of Republic of China (PRC) arrested four Rio Tinto executives for bribery and stealing information from the PRC’s public sector, Australia’s corporate high fliers and their parliamentary servants are in a bit of a spin. Why? Because someone has finally stood up to Rio’s bosses.

    For our part, let’s use China’s crackdown on Rio bosses to publicise the nasty methods used by big business owners in their drive to exploit more and more wealth from the toiling masses. Now that we have seen that a serious force is willing to take on Rio’s bigwigs, let’s take up the offensive here against the anti-worker attacks and unrestrained greed of all the big corporate bullies.

    Stop Rio Tinto’s Plundering & Union Busting
    Rally at 5pm,
    Thursday, May 20
    Outside Rio Tinto’s Sydney Office,
    19-29 Martin Place
    (Cnr Castlereagh Street, same building as the US Consulate)
    For information contact the Trotskyist Platform

    When in the 1960s Aboriginal people in the Cape York objected to a Rio Tinto subsidiary’s failure to offer decent compensation for building a bauxite mine on their land, Rio worked with the Queensland cops to have the entire Aboriginal community of Mapoon arrested and their whole town burnt down.

    In the late 1980s when the people of the PNG island of Bougainville rose up to resist the way that the Australian arm of Rio (then called CRA) was operating its huge Panguna copper mine without any regard to the local people, the PNG government and its masters in Canberra waged a brutal war and blockade against the Bougainville people. As a result 15,000 Bougainvilleans perished – all for the sake of Rio’s profits.

    Then in the 1990s Rio Tinto used intimidation, spied on union activists and bribed workers to leave unions so as to drive out trade union influence from iron ore mines and other mining sectors in Australia. They are still at it today! Rio has been arrogantly resisting calls to negotiate a union collective agreement with ore train drivers in the Pilbara. Meanwhile, on January 31, Rio Tinto locked out 560 U.S. miners in Boron, California who had refused to accept a new contract that would casualise the workforce, impose involuntary overtime etc. Rio brought in scabs protected by armed private security guards and government riot cops.

    Rio bosses are used to having state forces enforce their will. So they got an awful shock when four of their millionaire executives were arrested for corruption and plunder of public property in the Peoples Republic of China (PRC). You see, in the PRC, the state is not run for the sake of the Rio Tinto bigwigs and their mates.

    Australia’s pro-capitalist politicians have made out that the China arrests are simply about a commercial dispute between Rio and Chinese steel corporations. However, while Rio is dominated by rich owners, China’s steel companies, like all its biggest corporations, are socialistic state-owned enterprises that belong to all of its people. When Rio bosses rip off such companies they are stealing from 1.3 billion people! In contrast, when Rio makes a grotesque profit that bring little benefit to its workers. Take the year 2008. Despite paying themselves lavish executive salaries and over $2.6 billion to shareholders for the year’s dividends, Rio bosses announced in December 2008 that the company would slash its workforce by 14,000.

    The mainstream media here have tried to portray the Rio Tinto arrests as a case of China picking on foreign companies. Yet the PRC is in the midst of a wave of arrests of local corporate figures and high-ranking officials and politicians for plundering public assets. Soon after the Rio Tinto executives were formally indicted in February, China’s (now ex-) richest man Huang Guangyu was also charged with serious economic crimes. Meanwhile, thousands of notoriously unsafe privately-owned coal mines have been forcibly nationalised leading to significant reductions in workplace deaths. Moves to shore up publicly-owned property in China should be welcomed by Australian working class people.

    Furthermore, the Rio Tinto arrests have added significance here. For they not only publicise the devious methods of Rio’s bosses but they also prove that these powerful capitalists are not invincible. Encouraged by this, here are some things that we should be fighting for and proclaiming here:

    · Open all of Rio Tinto’s books and those of other corporate giants to inspection by unions – Expose all corruption, hiring of anti-union outfits and bribery of community leaders. Down with the Fair Work Act restrictions on union rights to inspection of company documents!

    · Force Rio Tinto to accept union agreements with workers in all key sites.

    · Smash Rio Tinto’s union-busting actions in Boron, California! Victory to the Boron mine workers!

    · Ban any company that can pay any of its executives or owners more than $300,000 in annual renumeration or dividends from laying off any workers.

    · Stop Rio Tinto, BHP, Xstrata etc from trampling on Aboriginal land rights.

    · For Rio Tinto to pay out the compensation demanded by Bougainville people in a current U.S. court case for Rio’s crimes against humanity and racial discrimination in connection with the Panguna mine.

    · For no obstacles to the extradition of Australian Rio Tinto executives if the PRC finds that they have been involved in the corruption scandal.

    · Thank you Peoples Republic for standing up to the Rio corporate thugs. Do not back down under pressure – Expose all of Rio Tinto’s corruption!

  2. sam says:

    Yeah, dude it was a small rally of about a measly 25-30 peeps.

    MUA came by, some Bougainvilleans pissed off at Rio Tinto, a Socialist Alliance member walked by and joined in, CPA members, Spartacists, and of course the organisers the Trotskyist Platform were part of it. And there was a Communist Left guy there, surprisingly he was quite pro-China anti-imperialist anti-Rio.

    I handed out heaps of pamphlets to the fucking Socialist Alternative, but they didn’t show up.

    So much for a united front against Rio Tinto, and the defence of China’s socialistic elements from threats from corporations and imperialism!

    And yes, defence of DPRK is a must. I wonder if there is a Korea Friendship Society in Australia.

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