Sunday, December 18, 2011

The uninterrupted field guidance tour of death

Kim Jong Il dies, according to the North Korean Central News Agency (which uses JavaScript in a way that makes it impossible to give specific story URLs), of “a great mental and physical strain caused by his uninterrupted field guidance tour for the building of a thriving nation.”

If we look back a bit on the site, we see that on Thursday, “Kim Jong Il Gives Field Guidance to Hana Music Information Center.” “He noted with high appreciation that the center has been wonderfully built to show the modern sense of beauty by decorating its exterior with stone through dry construction method and ensuring effective internal building in a versatile way. ... The center should have all materials and data on art such as records of new songs, sheets of music and books on music and dance published in the country, he urged.”

Also on Thursday, “Kim Jong Il Provides Field Guidance to Kwangbok Area Supermarket.” “Saying that the supermarket is fitted with display cases, stands and tools and other facilities and furnishings needed for the storage and sales of goods to cater for the tastes of consumers, he expressed great satisfaction over the successful renovation of the commercial service center to be conducive to improving the standard of people’s living. He went on to say: ‘It is the firm will and determination of the Party to provide the people with things best.’”

His uninterrupted field guidance will be missed.

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