Birthday spread for the centenary of love sent to the women fighters


President Kim Il Sung said:

"The anti-Japanese revolutionary struggle was a glorious revolutionary struggle that pioneered the cause of Juche, and the veterans who participated in this struggle are the proud first generations of our revolution."

The warm love of the peerlessly great men who treated the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters preferentially as the proud first generation of the Korean revolution and took deep care of them brought about another revolutionary legend warming the hearts of all people on this land.

On May 3, Juche 108(2019), the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un sent a birthday spread to Hwang Sun Hui, an anti-Japanese revolutionary fighter and curator of the Korean Revolution Museum, on her centenary birthday.

Hwang Sun Hui, who was born in an alien land and wandered to eke out a living after losing her parents and brothers to the Japanese imperialists, grew up to be a revolutionary, enjoying a genuine life only under the care of President Kim Il Sung, the sun of the nation and peerless patriot.

She worked as a branch head of the Children's Corps at an early age under the anti-Japanese war heroine Kim Jong Suk. Then she joined the Korean People's Revolutionary Army and devoted her all to the country's liberation, performing feats in various battles including the Battle of Jiansanfeng, and had the honor of holding President Kim Il Sung in high esteem during his triumphant return home.

After the liberation of the country, the President took benevolent measures, paying special attention to the health and life of the fighter, and entrusted party work of the Korean Revolution Museum to her.

Chairman Kim Jong Il, who valued the anti-Japanese veterans as the proud first generation of the Korean revolution, took warm care of the work and life of the fighter and saw to it that photos and materials of Hwang Sun Hui were displayed in the "Leader and Comrades-in-Chief Hall" of the Korean Revolution Museum, adding luster to her life.

Under the warm care of President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il, Comrade Hwang Sun Hui worked as a senior official of the Korean Revolution Museum, a great palace for education in the revolutionary traditions, and faithfully supported the leadership of our Party.

The respected Comrade Kim Jong Un, the supreme incarnation of revolutionary comradeship and noble moral obligation, paid deep attention to the health of the veteran fighter and sent his autograph with paternal love, always giving vitality to her life so that the older she gets, the more vigorous she becomes.

Under the care of the peerlessly great men, Hwang Sun Hui was able to work devotedly for the Party and the revolution, the country and the people, working as a member of the leading body of the Party Central Committee and deputies to the Supreme People's Assembly for over a hundred years, and received many party and state commendations including the Orders of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il, the titles of Double Hero of the Republic, Labor Hero and other titles.

Indeed, Hwang Sun Hui received the centenary birthday table as an anti-Japanese revolutionary fighter and veteran of our revolution, not as an ordinary centenarian.

The respected Comrade Kim Jong Un also sent birthday spreads to Jon Mun Jin, Ri Jong In and Ri Yong Suk, women anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters, who devoted their youth to the sacred war of national liberation, building of a new country, the Fatherland Liberation War, postwar rehabilitation and socialist construction, and devoted their all to the difficult and arduous struggle for building a socialist country.

The birthday spread of the centenary sent to the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters is associated with the special love of the peerlessly great men who regarded the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters as models and treasures of the Korean revolution and provided them with all the glories and happiness they could give in the world. It also reflects the warm blessings of all the people across the country to the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters, the proud first generation of the Korean revolution and the genuine human beings.

In retrospect, the peerlessly great men's concern for the work, life and health of the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters was unusual.

Even though he was so busy taking care of the overall work of the Party and the state, the great leaders regarded it as an important undertaking to take care of the work and life of the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters with paternal affection.

Even though the great leaders were on the way of field guidance even on their own birthdays when they had to be blessed by all people, they personally gave birthday spreads to the anti-Japanese fighters marking the 60th, 70th and 80th birthdays, sent them to scenic places for holidays every year and sent precious medicines to the fighters who needed medical care.

The great leaders paid more special attention to the women fighters. It was because they knew more deeply than anyone else the unusual hardships and trials experienced by the women fighters on the road they had walked over the rough mountain range and the cold wind of Mt. Paektu for more than 20 years with arms in their hands as feeble women.

The respected Comrade Kim Jong Un showed benevolent love for the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters, true to the love of the great leaders.

Whenever he had an opportunity, the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un said that the veteran comrades would be great help for him even if they just sat down, adding that they should carry on the revolution together with him for a long time in good health, thereby providing them with vitality.

Thanks to the warm embrace of the peerlessly great men who valued and took deep care of the anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters, veterans of the Korean revolution, four women anti-Japanese revolutionary fighters including Comrade Hwang Sun Hui could grow into revolutionaries strong in faith and will in the snowstorm of Mt. Paektu, and they could lead a happy life and become centenarians even though they had suffered more hardships and difficulties as human beings than anyone else.

Indeed, their life was the life of genuine revolutionaries who had covered the road of revolution with pride until they were a hundred years old, enjoying the warm and profound loving care and benevolence of the peerlessly great men that were deepening generation after generation. It was also glorious and happy life worth being proud of in the world.