It seems like an Orwell book set to opera, but only it is for real.
The TV shows the inside of a supermarket in North Korea, with royal blue
escalator, which the late Kim Jung-il used some time ago.
"I wish the Dear Leader were alive today and would use this escalator again,"
one shop assistant says, with obvious emotion and pain.
These genuine expressions of pain over the loss of their Beloved Leader give
some clue as to the depth of love the North Korean people genuinely had for
their Leader. It is akin to the loss families show when the main breadwinner
passes away. In such context, the late Kim Jung-il is irreplacaeable, and is
very much missed by his people.
He died on board a train, after suffering a heart-attack, just returning from
a visit to meet some business leaders in Russia. He was on his personal train.
He, like all responsible leaders, was always trying to find something to improve the
lot of his people, who loved him very much.
He built many factories, like an industrialist, and had many people trained.
Now, his Great Successor may carry on his legacy, and make some adjustments which
would benefit his nation. His army could use their talents to manufacturing industry,
maybe printing books, DVDs, clocks, watches, toys, earthenware crockery, cars, vans,etc. and the North Korean economy would improve their production and GDP.
Their neighbours seldom pose threats to others, and if the Great Successor asks for
help or co-operation, the South Koreans, the Japanese, the Russians, and the Chinese have all indicated their willingness to help at this time of great loss.
If they are willing to trust, their neighbours will reciprocate that trust and help.
I pray to God that it is the beginning of a new era of Peace and Prosperity for
Kind regards, Duru-darshan.