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Kim Il Sung Lauded by U.S. Group for Study of Songun Politics

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Kim Il Sung Lauded by U.S. Group for Study of Songun Politics

Pyongyang, May 3 (KCNA) -- The U.S. Group for the Study of Songun Politics carried a special write-up on its Internet homepage on April 12 on the occasion of the Day of the Sun. It carried a photograph of smiling President Kim Il Sung and other photographs and an article titled "The Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung Will Always Be with Us."
Noting that the President devoted his all to the country and the people and glorified his whole life as a great revolutionary, the article said that his exploits are striking the Korean people with admiration.
It edited more than 100 propositions from his reminiscences "With the Century," biography of his revolutionary activities (April 1912-December 1931) and articles titled "The Eternal Sun President Kim Il Sung," "Immortal Brilliant Feats of the President," "Wishes of President Kim Il Sung," "'Rest' of the President," etc.
The homepage also carried a poem written by the chairman of the group in deep reverence for the President and e-book "Questions and Answers on the Juche Idea" published by the International Institute of the Juche Idea.

homepage: homepage: http://www.geocities.com/songunpoliticsstudygroup/GreatPresidentKIMILSUNGTribute.html

Kim Il Sung is dead - DPRK now is Songun human rights violations 06.May.2004 10:07

Marcello

Dear SPSG comrades,

Kim Il Sung and the Juche-style socialism are dead.
DPRK reality today is Kim Jong Il and Songun politics.
Songun politics is militarism and human rights violations.

Hundred thousands North Korean people live in inhuman conditions and experience torture, starvation, humiliation and death, while Kim Jong Il enjoys a luxury life.

Many people in Ryongchon died, because Kim Jong Il did not allow quick help by Chinese and South Korean NGO's.

Humanity and freedom to dissent is real greatness. Korea will be free, when the prison gates in Haengyong and Yodok camps are open. Enough people have suffered and died there.

Read this illustrated first-hand testimony by Lee Sun Ok (as just one example):
 http://www.ncafe.com/northkorea/SunOkLeeTestimony_w_llus.pdf

Overview on North Korean prison camps:
 http://www.hrnk.org/TheHiddenGulag-press.pdf

Google for North Korea and Human Rights to learn more.

Do you think all this is fabricated?

If there would be no such prison camps at the described areas in North Korea, why does the DPRK leadership not invite Amnesty International or the UN Human Rights Commission to check this and prove these reports false?

Do you not feel ashamed for copying this ridiculous propaganda, knowing about the horrible reality in the prison camps?
Marcello