Activities of German Executive Committee

   Berlin, February 19 (RSTV)   


On February 17, on the occasion of the Day of the Shining Star, he held the first meeting of the regular circle for joint reading of important works on the Juche ideology.

Johannes Wittmund, Сandidate Member of the Coordination Committee of the DPRK ISG and Representative of our Group in the FRG, presided over the meeting.

The meeting was attended by Tim Trendelkamp, Member of the Coordination Committee of the DPRK ISG and Curator of the German Executive Committee, and activists: Albert, Dominik and Friedrich.

The participants enthusiastically discussed the text of the work of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Jong Il, which describes the nature of the worker.

In the course of political studies, the activists came to the correct conclusion that the worker belongs not only to a class, but also to a nation. They noted that any socialism that ignores the desire of the masses for national sovereignty and identity is doomed to failure, so true socialism must be nationally oriented. It was also concluded that socialism, which breaks the unity of the people's whole and makes the intelligentsia and workers enemies, is doomed to failure.

The participants were inspired by the wisdom of the genius of Juche philosophy. It was decided to continue the work of the circle next week.


Printed New Agitation Leaflets

In the course of a meeting with senior officials of the German Executive Committee, which took place before the meeting, the Head of our organization Comrade Alexander Mostov stressed that it is necessary to involve German patriots as soon as possible in the movement of international solidarity with the DPRK, since we deeply share their ideals of national independence and the fight against American occupation.

Supporting these theses, Comrade Johannes Wittmund took the initiative and printed propaganda leaflets for students and ordinary people in Germany.


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