Anecdotes

With Noble Outlook on the People

The respected supreme leader Kim Jong Un is writing the history of love for the people on this land with his noble outlook on the people.

In April Juche 101 (2012) he told officials: The officials should devote their all to the people. People exist not for officials, but vice versa. The officials should always think first of the people and pay primary attention to their life.

They should also think and make sincere efforts all the time to solve the knotty problems in the life of the people.

Afterwards Kim Jong Un led the officials to hold high the slogans “Everything for the People and Everything by Relying on Them!” and “Let the Whole Party Make Selfless, Devoted Efforts for the Good of the Great People!”.

O Chan Song, Vice-Chairman of the Sadong District People’s Committee in Pyongyang City, says: “The respected supreme leader Kim Jong Un said our officials should make selfless, devoted efforts for the good of the people.

With such noble outlook on the people, he proposed building the Pyongyang General Hospital in the best place of Pyongyang for the improvement of the people’s health.

When he came out to the spot to attend the ground-breaking ceremony, he earnestly said the construction of the Pyongyang General Hospital is the work planned and desired by the Workers’ Party of Korea from long ago.

The happy and civilized life of the Korean people is unthinkable apart from the ceaseless thinking and field guidance of Kim Jong Un for the people.”

It is a noble intention of Kim Jong Un to make selfless, devoted efforts for the good of the people. It represents the noble outlook on the people of Kim Jong Un who regards the people as his God and keeps devoting himself to them.

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