Monday, 27 July 2015

Secret of Victory

On June 25, 1950 the U.S. ignited a war of aggression against the DPRK.
The world watched with deep concern the showdown between the DPRK which was only 2 years old and the U.S. which had the history of aggression of more than 100 years.
In the war incomparable in terms of military force the Korean army and people displayed intense heroism and self-sacrificing spirit and thus defeated the U.S. which had boasted of being the strongest in the world.
It was really a miracle of history.
All the operation plans invested by famous generals in the capitalist world were utterly brought to naught by the distinguished military strategies and tactics of President Kim Il Sung, ever-victorious iron-willed brilliant commander.
On July 27, 1953 Clark, commander-in-chief of the UN forces signed the Korean armistice and confessed that the north Korean army could be successful because of the able commander of General Kim Il Sung.
Gomes, ex-President of Portugal said, “U.S. operation plans at that time were made after repeated discussion by scores of generals who were chiefs of staff, and military experts of western countries on the side of the U.S.
General Kim Il Sung, however, crushed them alone.
Witnessing it with my own eyes, I was convinced that General Kim Il Sung is the one and only talented military strategist and great brilliant commander.”
A special correspondent of the Soviet newspaper “Pravda” who had witnessed the Korean War said “As the days went by, I came to know the U.S. would never win the war. I think it is an inevitable consequence brought about by a wide gap between the two forces in the war,-qualitative differences in the political philosophies, world outlooks, military capabilities, life experiences and all other aspects.”
Victory in the Korean war was a brilliant victory of President Kim Il Sung’s ideas, confidence, strategies and tactics and commanding art.
Led by Marshal Kim Jong Un, great brilliant commander of Songun, the Korean people will always emerge victorious.

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