Kim Jong Il dies, leader of the DPRK since 1994

Today is a sad day for the Korean people and all peoples of the world who struggle for their liberation, as it did the people of Korea in the first 45 years of last century. The President of the National Defense Commission, Supreme Commander of the KPA and Secretary General of the Workers’ Party ofContinue reading “Kim Jong Il dies, leader of the DPRK since 1994”

North Korean leader Kim Jong Il dead at age 69

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Kim Jong Il, North Korea’s mercurial and enigmatic longtime leader, has died of heart failure. He was 69. In a “special broadcast” Monday from the North Korean capital, state media said Kim died of a heart ailment on a train due to a “great mental and physical strain” on Dec.Continue reading “North Korean leader Kim Jong Il dead at age 69”

DPRK civilians admit faking papers on chemical weapons testing on humans

Four family members of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) said on Tuesday they faked the papers the BBC used as the basis for allegations that the DPRK has tested chemical weapons on prisoners. Four family members of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) said on Tuesday they faked the papers the BBCContinue reading “DPRK civilians admit faking papers on chemical weapons testing on humans”

Truth behind False Report about “Experiment of Chem. Weapons on Human Bodies” in DPRK Disclosed

Pyongyang, March 30 (KCNA) — Kang Pyong Sop and his family who are makers of false documents about the “experiment of chemical weapons on human bodies” in the DPRK called a press conference at the People’s Palace of Culture here Tuesday to clarify the truth behind the false report about this experiment in the DPRK releasedContinue reading “Truth behind False Report about “Experiment of Chem. Weapons on Human Bodies” in DPRK Disclosed”

“Why is it that people in North-Korea are starving but at the same time magnificent buildings are being built?” Against the lies about “famine” in the DPRK

Please note this blog does not necessarily endorse all of the viewpoints of this article. — Espresso Stalinist “Why is it that people in North-Korea are starving but at the same time magnificent buildings are being built?” Against the lies about “famine” in the DPRK The bourgeois media insist on reporting on the one handContinue reading ““Why is it that people in North-Korea are starving but at the same time magnificent buildings are being built?” Against the lies about “famine” in the DPRK”

The Juche Idea in the Light of Marxism-Leninism

By Gary Howell 1. CONTEXT In 1992, the DPRK revised its constitution to exclude any reference to Marxism-Leninism, having previously described the Juche Idea as a development of Marxism-Leninism. Also in that year, the so-called “Pyongyang Declaration” was signed by a number of parties claiming to be Marxist-Leninist. These events need to be seen, asContinue reading “The Juche Idea in the Light of Marxism-Leninism”

Bill Bland: The Workers’ Party of Korea and Revisionism

Written by Bill Bland for the Communist League INTRODUCTION In his paper entitled ‘THE WPK’S STRUGGLE AGAINST REVISIONISM’, Comrade Dermot Hudson expresses agreement with a reported statement by Nina Andreyeva: “As the Russian communist leader Dr. Nina Andreyeva remarked at the Copenhagen Seminar on the Juche Idea in 1995…” (Dermot Hudson: ‘The WPK’s Struggle againstContinue reading “Bill Bland: The Workers’ Party of Korea and Revisionism”

EBS teacher sides with North Korea

“North Korea, which had leadership composed of those who fought against the Japanese occupation, still strives to liberate the American colony South Korea just as it fought against the Japanese for national liberation, and that’s how they say… The war didn’t begin with a scream on June 25th, 1950. North and South had already hadContinue reading “EBS teacher sides with North Korea”

Coca-Cola & KFC to be introduced to the DPRK

PYONGYANG – Coca-Cola and Kentucky Fried Chicken are to be supplied to Pyongyang by end of this year, according to YTN. Representatives from the two companies paid a visit to North Korea last week, invited by a domestic government-owned company that specializes in hosting foreign investments. Although Pyongyang has introduced foreign food like pasta orContinue reading “Coca-Cola & KFC to be introduced to the DPRK”

Thoughts on the DPRK

It is a well-known fact that there has not been any famine in North Korea since 1997, and that the famine that did exist was mostly the result of serious natural disasters and leftover destruction from the Korean War, not mismanagement. The videos repeatedly shown today as starving North Koreans are all from pre-1997. TheContinue reading “Thoughts on the DPRK”