“On Behalf of Our Great Leader Mao, Fight Gloriously. On Behalf of the Great Socialist Bloc, Fight Gloriously,” 1970
MLK vs “right to work” laws.
The painting of the artist Lee Won Son, “Health Care Builders,” made in Juche 100 (2011). We see embodied in life Kim Il Sung’s thesis about the health of workers described in a conversation with senior officials of the Ministry of Health October 20, 1968 in the theses of the Juche-oriented approach to this issue.
This conversation, which served as the basis for a programmatic article “Socialist Medicine - Preventive Medicine is!” was published by leading media DPRK. She lit a flame of the hearts of medical workers of the great revolutionary upsurge in the struggle for a further increase in life expectancy, lower infant mortality and an even greater improvement of health standards and regulations.
Advances Juche medicine were so high that the doctors of the DPRK to completely close the issue with health in their homeland is now going to treat people in the underdeveloped backward regions neighboring big country and in other states.
Unfortunately, the Internet still lacks this classic, which would be very handy now, as the doctors and staff housing and communal services, employee health services, just to citizens.
In the near future we will correct this research gap and the article will be published here
The shameful deeds of the British State in Derry on January 30th will always be remembered as Bloody Sunday, but often forgotten are its shameful deeds of January 31st 1919, or ‘Bloody Friday’.
“On Friday 31 January 1919 upwards of 60,000 demonstrators gathered in George Square in support of the 40-hours strike and to hear the Lord Provost’s reply to the workers’ request for a 40-hour week. Whilst the deputation was in the building the police mounted a vicious and unprovoked attack on the demonstrators, felling unarmed men and women with their batons. The demonstrators, with the ex-servicemen to the fore, quickly retaliated with fists, iron railings and broken bottles, and forced the police into a retreat.”
“An estimated 10000 English troops in total were sent to Glasgow in the immediate aftermath of the Battle of George Square. This was in spite of a full battalion of Scottish soldiers being stationed at Maryhill barracks in Glasgow at the time. No Scottish troops were deployed, with the government fearing that fellow Scots, soldiers or otherwise, would go over to the workers side if a revolutionary situation developed in Glasgow.
On 10 February 1919 the 40-hours strike was called off by the Joint Strike Committee. Whilst not achieving their stated aim of a 40-hour working week, the striking workers from the engineering and shipbuilding industries did return to work having at least negotiated an agreement that guaranteed them a 47-hour working week; 10 hours less than they were working prior to the strike.”
Red salute to the people of socialist North Korea, the Workers’ Party and the Korean People’s Army!
Red Guards march in the streets of Moscow, November 1917.
November 7, 2011: 94th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution
We did it then — we’ll do it again!
The difference between the dictatorship of the proletariat and the dictatorship of capital explained.
Get it? Got it? Good!