News from the Stalinist Hell-hole

Sunday, March 07, 2004
Courtesy our friends at the North Korean New Agency.

U.S. Policy of Aggression against DPRK Flailed

Pyongyang, March 7 (KCNA) -- The 25th Congress of the Communist Party of Norway adopted a statement titled "The Communist Party of Norway Extends Solidarity to the Struggle of the Korean People" on February 22. The U.S. policy of aggression against the DPRK is rendering the situation of the Korean peninsula extremely strained and laying a stumbling block in the struggle of the Workers' Party of Korea and the Korean people for socialism, the statement said, and stressed:

The U.S. is seeking to justify its policy of aggression against the DPRK under the pretext of putting an end to "terrorism", but it is a real terrorist act that the U.S. wantonly scrapped the DPRK-U.S. Agreed Framework, resorting to the tactics of pressure and blockade.

Meanwhile, the leadership of the Communist Party of Norway discussed the matter of developing relations with the Workers' Party of Korea several times during and after the congress.

The party leadership expressed its will to increase support for the WPK in its struggle to defend the sovereignty of the country and socialism and achieve national reunification and, at the same time, to make all efforts to develop cooperative relations between the two parties.

Large Mosaic Mural Built at Ryongsong Machine Complex

Pyongyang, March 6 (KCNA) -- A large mosaic mural "The Great Leader Comrade Kim Il Sung arousing the workers to effect another great revolutionary surge" has been built at the Ryongsong Machine Complex. Represented in the mural, 13 metres wide and 12 metres high, is the image of tender-hearted President Kim Il Sung encouraging the workers to perform feats in a new struggle.

An unveiling ceremony of the mural was held on the spot.

Agricultural Workers Compete in Basketball

[Wait, isn't that a sport of the capitalist pig-swine - ed]

Pyongyang, March 6 (KCNA) --The 6th National Basketball Tournament among Agricultural Workers was held in Pyongyang. Men and women basketball players from 20 cooperative farms which had proved successful in city, county and provincial contests competed in the tournament that started on March 1.

Men players from the Kwanhae Co-op Farm in Unryul County, South Hwanghae Province, and women players from the Chail Co-op Farm in Pujon County, South Hamgyong Province, emerged a winner respectively.

A closing ceremony of the tournament was held at the Basketball Gymnasium in the Chongchun Street yesterday.