Sunday, 3 May 2015

Giving Supreme Bliss to Workers

When the May Day, an international holiday of working people, comes every year, the working people of the DPRK are in an ecstasy of joy.
Because there are no workers in the world such as the DPRK workers who lead proud and worthwhile life under the meticulous care of peerless great persons, displaying independent dignity of human being, though there are many nations in the world.
The proud history traversed by the Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill under the superb leadership and deep love of the unequaled great men tells. 
After the country’s liberation, President Kim Il Sung made sure that the Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill is built on the bank of the Taedong River where it was thick with grass, ensured that it is rebuilt after the Korean War and he turned it a leading fabric producer by providing field guidance to it scores of times.  
Chairman Kim Jong Il had paid a deep attention to the mill to translate desire of the President and met labor innovators to inspire them and gave an earnest instruction to successfully remodel the workers’ hostel.
The preceding leaders’ benevolent love is going on by supreme leader Kim Jong Un.
He told officials that he would be responsible for the project for building a wonderful hostel at the mill requested by the Chairman when he inspected the mill in October 2013. He personally chose a site for the hostel, dispatched a powerful construction unit of the KPA and showed such deep loving care as settling all issues arising in construction.
Going round the interior and exterior of the hostel in April 2014, he was greatly satisfied that he kept the promise made with the workers of the textile mill.
Proposing holding a grand banquet for workers in May Day at the newly built workers' hostel of Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill, he asked an official to congratulate them on his behalf and make birthday tables for the workers on the day.
Indeed, the workers’ hostel of Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill is a palace of love and their home of happiness.

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