DPRK leader Kim Jong Un is working 365 days a year without taking any day-off holidays, or birthdays, the state media said in a special article dedicated to working of the leader said.
“From the outset, the revolutionary calendar of our leader… does not have any day-offs, holidays, or birthdays,” the article published by Rodong Sinmun said.
Back in 2018, the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea dedicated the entire front page to a special article celebrating Kim Jong Un’s leadership.
“Our party, in drafting and implementing of all policies, have prioritized the people’s benefit… and have cast the iron mace mercilessly to, whomever that is, those who infringe on the people’s benefit with abusing power, bureaucratism, and corruption,” it said.
The paper also lauded Kim Jong Un’s love for the people and hailed his leadership despite the “unprecedented hardships” and “severe conditions” that the country has been going through for the past eight years — such as the “pressure” by foreign powers.
The “hostile powers put an unheard-of high-intensity pressure” to the DPRK, the daily said.
“The imperialists saw the shifting of our revolutionary generation as… a golden opportunity to realize the half-a-century old anti-DPRK strategy to crush us to death and mobilized all methods,” it said.
Under Kim Jong Un’s rule the country’s military power has been strengthened to the point the country is considered “global military power,” it said.