Commentary from ASSPUK ,JISGE and UK KFA on DPRK’s successful Worker-Peasant Red Guard parade

Commentary from ASSPUK ,JISGE and UK KFA on DPRK’s successful Worker-Peasant Red Guard parade

It is really stirring news that the DPRK has successfully held a parade of the Worker- Peasant Red Guard has been held in Pyongyang to celebrate the 63rd anniversary of the foundation of the glorious Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
The Worker-Peasant Red Guards are volunteer militia who defend their homes and workplaces from imperialist aggression. They are self-reliant Juche armed force of the dictatorship of the proletariat. During a visit in 2008 smart Red Guards could be seen everywhere in the DPRK . The Worker-Peasant Red Guard parade impressively included motorised units, mobile ack-ack teams and multiple rocket launchers. The parade demonstrated the massive self-defensive potential of the DPRK showing that can smash at one blow any imperialist aggressor. It demonstrated that the DPRK will not be another Libya.
The parade demonstrated the vitality of Songun politics and the revolutionary power of Juche Korea . It showed the steel strong unity of the people. It was a marked contrast, indeed a different world, to the UK with its riots due to social and class contradictions. The WPRG parade differed strikingly to the chaos and
inefficiency in the capitalists (the UK cannot even run trains and buses on time)The unity and efficiency of the DPRK, manifested by the Worker-Peasant Red Guard parade , is amazing .
LONG LIVE THE DPRK
LONG LIVE THE WORKERS’PARTY OF KOREA
LONG LIVE SONGUN!
LONG THE GREAT LEADER COMRADE KIM JONG IL !

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