Anecdotes

Calculation Method of Our Party

The Pyongyang Wheat Flour Processing Factory is one of the factories playing an important role in improving the dietary life of the capital citizens. It was built in the 1970s.

The following happened when the yeast workshop was under construction at the factory.

One day in April Juche 68 (1979), the great leader Kim Jong Il acquainted himself with the construction and immediately held a consultative meeting of officials concerned.

Emphasizing the importance of the construction of the yeast workshop, Kim Jong Il asked officials about their opinions.

Nobody answered readily.

They had made calculations many a time, but could not find possibility to build the workshop as huge projects were under way or in preparation in Pyongyang and provinces at that time.

An official suggested putting off the construction.

Kim Jong Il was lost in deep thought for a while and earnestly said: Of course, we must make a calculation, but not any time. If we calculate all the time, we can do nothing for the people. Never give priority to the calculation in the work for the people–it is my arithmetic and calculation method of the Workers’ Party of Korea.

Kim Jong Il spared nothing for the people.

Lots of edifices for the people are built one after another on this land thanks to the calculation method of the Party which regards it as its supreme interests to work for the people’s happiness though it costs a colossal sum of money.

It is not because the country is under favourable conditions.

The respected Kim Jong Un, General Secretary of the WPK, is making devoted efforts with a single mind to make the people lead the happiest life.

At the Eighth Party Congress held in January this year, Kim Jong Un solemnly pledged to work at the risk of his life as a faithful servant of the people on the road of devoted service for them, regarding our great people as the god of his life.

It is his spirit of making selfless, devoted efforts for the good of the people that he should not mind undergoing any kind of hardships for them.

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