The WPK as a grassroots political party is only as strong as its lowest levels of organization, just as the body is composed of many different cells.
Doing everything it can to live up to the people’s sacred trust and expectations, the Party exists as a servant of the masses.
The people of the DPRK are displaying the noble social traits necessary to build communism, overflowing with trust, cooperation, and love for one another.
The strength of the Workers’ Party of Korea comes not from its top officials, bureaus, and committees, but its grassroots organizations and Party cells.
Since its founding, the Workers’ Party of Korea has applied the idea of believing in the people as god to all its leadership.
The character of a society is defined by the form of ownership of the state and the means of production.