KCNA: "The acts of the Abe government will only make the international community know better about the political and moral arrogance of small-minded Japs and their true colors as peace disturbers. Its arrogant words and deeds will precipitate Japan's complete isolation."
KCNA: "Japan incessantly does the DPRK a wrong. Chief Cabinet Secretary Sugasaid that it is 'premature' to lift the sanctions on the DPRKa stream of nonsense. One can not help laughing at those marginalized fromamong the neighboring countries of the Korean peninsula."
KCNA: "The Korean people's self-respectis based on the great pride and happiness that they have been led by the great leaders generation after generation and honor that they live under the socialist system centered on the popular massesNo force on the earth can break them."
KCNA: "The hostile forcesare desperately resorting to the anti-DPRK 'human rights' campaign to stifle the sacred socialist system of the DPRKand, at the same time, intensify sanctions and pressure upon the DPRK under the pretext of 'human rights issue'."
KCNA: "A spokesperson for the Mission of the European Union to the United Nation said that the 'resolution on human rights in north Korea' was jointly shaped by Japan and the EU andcontended that the resolution of the year would be focused on someone's 'human rights issue'."
KCNA: "In the Korean-style socialist society centered on the popular masses, the nomenclature of the State as well as the army and many monumental edifices are named after the word 'people' and every line and policy of the State are shaped in reflection of the people's will."
KCNA: "The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is a paradise of the people where they become the master of everything and everything serves them and their dream and ideal are translated into reality as it has thoroughly embodied the people-first principle."
KCNA: "Best trainees have been qualified for the horse rider during four rounds of courses. Many schoolchildren and citizens frequent the room to get knowledge about horse like the physiological characteristics of horse and the world trend of horsemanship development."
KCNA: "Enthusiasm for riding is growing in the DPRK as the days go byThe number of amateur riders has grown for the last five years amid the growing public interests in riding."
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KCNA: "The recycling of wastes has been pushed forward in the DPRKThe recycling of wastes takes an important sharefor considerably reducing the consumption of fuel and raw materials, preventing environmental pollution and raising the economic effectiveness to the maximum."
KCNA: "The ruling classes control all mass media to spread the reactionary, anti-popular idea and culture and corrupt bourgeois life style so that they may numb the working masses' consciousness of independence, make them obey to the exploiting system of capitalism."
KCNA: "The politics in capitalist society is anti-popular politics for the interests of monopoly tycoons and other exploiting classes. And it is also money-driven crafty oppression politics and dictatorship."
KCNA: "No matter how cunningly the imperialists and the bourgeois advocates of capitalism try to cover up the exploitation by capital and serious contradictions in capitalist society, they can never hide the vulnerability of doomed capitalism."
KCNA: "Capitalist society is not for the working masses but for the exploiting classes, and it is the society where minority rules over majority and the former enjoys the material wealth produced by the latter."
KCNA: "This year has witnessed dramatic events strikingly demonstrating the dignity and might of Juche Korea under the leadership of the Workers' Party of Korea and a new upswing was effected ineconomic construction to give full display to the tremendous might of the country."
KCNA: "No matter how desperately a handful of traitors work to stem the trend of times, they can never play down the significance of the Panmunjom declaration and the 'September Pyongyang Joint Declaration' which are being supported and approved by the whole Korean nation."
KCNA: "It is difficult to advance the DPRK-U.S. negotiations even an inch with an obstacle called sanctions kept on the rail, however loudly the whistle is blown. A new page of the DPRK-U.S. relations can be written only with a soft brush, not with a rough stick."
KCNA: "Such U.S. acts of playing a double game and only forcing the unilateral demand on the DPRK as would be little short of destroying the tower which the top leaders of the two countries built by taking the advantage of the miraculous opportunity."
KCNA: "If the U.S. intends to be stubborn in its sanctions, which means to continue to pursue hostile policy, is the Singapore Joint Statement which promised to end the extreme hostile relations between the DPRK and the U.S. and to open up new future of any worth."
KCNA: "The U.S., which is quite well aware that there was very excellent conversation in which mutual stands were fully understood and views were exchanged during Pompeo's visit to Pyongyang, is responding to good faith with evil. This is enough to stun the world."
KCNA: "They could have been made to flatter the hard-liners in their policy toward the DPRK in order to create favorable political environment before the off-year election in November. But one should be able to think that what they say are heard by those in the DPRK."
KCNA: "Even the White House made such threatening words that the north and the south can not go ahead with the implementation of the historic joint declaration 'without an approval by the U.S.', enraging not only south Koreans but all other Koreans."
KCNA: "The U.S. State Department just repeats the stereo-typed words that 'defusing sanctions on the DPRK is possible only after denuclearization', disallowing even the application for visit to the DPRK for humanitarian projects which had been exceptionally approved in the past."
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KCNA: "However hard the imperialists may slander socialism, they can never stop humankind from advancing toward socialism."
KCNA: "It was proven in history that socialism has great advantages incomparable over capitalism. Decapturely shunning this and distorting the truth and slandering socialism is no more than a foolish farce of those keen on reversing the flow of history."