One day in June, Juche 105 (2016), the respected General Secretary Kim Jong Un visited the Pyongyang Kim Jong Suk Silk Mill.
When he entered its silk-reeling workshop, he was informed that a girl silk reeler had overfulfilled her yearly national economic assignments by four times for four years, fulfilled her yearly quota for the national economic plan ahead of schedule during the 70-day campaign of loyalty and had thus become a member of the Workers’ Party of Korea.
He met the girl in person, shook her wet hands and praised that she really did an excellent job. The girl was too excited to repress her tears.
Feasting his trusting eyes on her, he went on to say that heroes in the Chollima era worked just like her and that it was important for those making revolution to become members of the Party but what was even more honorable for them as Party members was to luster their precious political lives till their last moments.
Greatly encouraged by his teachings full of fatherly affection, the girl expressed her firm determination to carry out her national economic plans for six years during the 200-day campaign at any cost.
He patted her on the back with satisfaction and told her he hoped she would attain her ambitious goal without fail.
Like this, the respected General Secretary’s ardent love and great trust constitute a driving force which gives full play to the popular masses’ tenacity and mental strength and hardens their faith of creation.
To Ensure That They Regard Party’s Policy on Home-Production as Lifeline
One day in October, Juche 105(2016), the respected General Secretary Kim Jong Un provided field guidance to the Mangyongdae Revolutionary Site Souvenir Factory.
Looking round the factory he expressed great satisfaction over the fact that the level of the home-production of the raw and other materials in the factory was very high.
That day he looked round the factory for a long span of time and said that all factories and enterprises in the sector of light industry should step up the work for home-production of their equipment and use of domestically available raw and other materials noting that the sector of light industry could never lift itself up by its own bootstraps if it continued to rely on import of equipment and raw and other materials needed for the production of consumer goods.
He stressed that we must hold fast to the Party’s policy of home-production as our lifeline and officials of the light industry sector must never give up the Party’s policy of home-production like the farmers who never boil seeds in any hunger.
Receiving his earnest teaching the officials kept in their minds the iron truth that unlimited motive power of the officials’ creation lay in their spirit of believing in their own strengths, the revolutionary spirit of self-reliance.