Saturday, 27 February 2016

ASSPUK and JISGE on the 80th anniversary of the Nanhutou Meeting

 27th of February Juche 105(2016)
The Association For the Study of Songun Politics UK (ASSPUK) and the Juche Idea Study Group of England(JISGE) issued a joint statement on the 80th anniversary of the Nanhutou meeting:
   This is the very day on which 80 years ago , the historic Nanhutou meeting presided over by the  great leader President KIM IL SUNG was held . The meeting lasted from the 27th of February to the 3rd of March .It was attended by the cadres and activists of the Korean People's Revolutionary (founded 5 years before in April 1932). The great leader President KIM IL SUNG made the historic report  "The Tasks of Communists in the Strengthening and Development of the Anti-Japanese National Liberation Struggle."
 The great leader President KIM IL SUNG set forth a line on advancing the Korean People's Revolutionary Army  main unit into the border area and Mt. Paektu area and gradually expanding the armed struggle into the homeland. As
President KIM IL SUNG said " In this favourable situation the Korean communists are faced with the important task of further developing the anti-Japanese national liberation struggle by building up the revolutionary forces of our people and mobilizing all their efforts."  
 The meeting was the one that focused on completely establishing Juche for the first time in the Korean revolution and anti-Japanese national liberation struggle.
    In line with the policies, the Korean revolutionaries steadfastly maintained the Juche-based stand in each stage of the revolution and held fast to it as an utmost lifeline of the nation in whatever adversities.
    Hence then, the Korean revolution entered into a higher stage.
The teachings of President KIM IL SUNG at the Nanhutou meeting served as a guideline for the anti-imperialist national liberation movement in the colonies.
    The banner of Juche, the banner of independence, which was the focus in the Nanhutou Meeting, serves as imperative still for building a thriving socialist nation.

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