North Korea Calls Kim Jong Un A “Patriot”

( In a ceremony marking Kim Jong Ung’s ten years in control of Korea’s governing Workers’ Party, North Korea lauded his leadership.
On Monday, new exhibitions and portraits were shown during a national conference in which the North Korean dictator was praised for his nuclear weapons development and political successes.
Kim is thought to have taken control when his father, Kim Jong Il, died in December 2011, when he was declared supreme commander of the military, but he was chosen as the top party and state leader on April 11, 2012.
For the entirety of the one-party state’s history, the Kim family has reigned.
Choe Ryong Hae, a member of the Presidium of the WPK Central Committee’s Political Bureau and one of Kim’s most senior officials, complimented the North Korean leader as a talented thinker and theorist, excellent statesman, and peerlessly superb commander in a speech at a national conference on Sunday.
Ryong Hae praised Kim for turning North Korea into a peerless patriot and a great defender of peace.
He claimed that Kim had ushered in a new era for North Korea as a strong socialist nation flourishing and developing with self-sustainability and self-reliance despite tremendous challenges.
The celebrations kicked off a week of commemorations that will culminate on Friday with the 110th anniversary of the birth of North Korea’s founder and Kim Jong Un’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung.
According to commercial satellite images, North Korean troops have been seen rehearsing for a military parade that might take place this week.
Analysts also believe North Korea may demonstrate its intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), which are long-range weapons capable of delivering warheads to far-off targets at the event.
North Korea sounded the alarm in Seoul, Tokyo, and Washington last month when it conducted a complete ICBM launch for the first time since 2017, breaking a self-imposed moratorium on such testing.
North Korea’s nuclear test site has seen new activity, sparking fears that it could soon test a bomb for the first time since 2017.
North Korea declared last week that while it opposes war, it will not hesitate to deploy nuclear weapons if attacked by South Korea.
Under Kim, according to experts, North Korea conducted four of its six nuclear tests and produced enormous ICBMs capable of reaching any corner of the United States.
Kim has promised to improve inhabitants’ lives and rebuild North Korea’s economy, which has been hit hard by international sanctions, COVID-19 lockdown measures, and severe weather in recent years.
UN organizations have predicted humanitarian catastrophes.
On Sunday, state media revealed a rare new official photo of Kim and announced that a Pyongyang museum had inaugurated a new exhibition to highlight his ‘immortal leadership’ achievements.