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N Korea Kim Jong un Goes Missing to Write Book Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Thu, Oct 16, 2014, 02:54 AM

North Korean leader Kim Jong un had gone missing for a few weeks, which sparked much speculation of a coup. However, Kim has returned to the spotlight, and the mouthpiece of the Pyongyang regime, is claiming that their 'Dear Leader' went MIA to pen a book entitled, "Let Us March Forward Dynamically towards Final Victory, Holding Higher the Banny of Songun." 

The Korean Central News Agency reports that, "Supreme leader Kim Jong Un's work "Let Us March Forward Dynamically towards Final Victory, Holding Higher the Banner of Songun" was brought out in booklet by the Rosiski Pisateli Publishing House of Russia on October 8."

Apparently, Kim Jong un composed a guidebook to teach all North Koreans how to live according to socialist ideals.

According to the KCNA, "This is the speech made by Kim Jong Un at the military parade held to celebrate the 100th birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung on April 15, Juche 101 (2012). It says the 100 year-long history of Kim Il Sung's nation clearly proves the immutable truth that outstanding leaders assure the dignity and prosperity of the country and the nation."

Kim Jong un is expected to launch a book tour and North Koreans are strongly encouraged to purchase the booklet or risk dire punitive consequences.

To read the entire article from the Korean Central News Agency, link here:

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