Instance and Evidence

There is no more powerful evidence than the vivid instance.

Because it makes listeners understand the essence of problem more easily than the theory of a hundred words.

President Kim Il Sung, who came to Fusong in Juche 17(1928) for the summer vacation, led an art propaganda troupe to conduct the political work for the masses, going round many villages including Qingwaizi, Daqingou and Daying.

One day, he made a speech in Daying exposing the colonial enslavement policy of the Japanese imperialist aggressors against Korea.

He laid bare the wrongdoings of the Japanese imperialists to make the national industry of Korea bankrupt and subordinate it to Japan, citing a vivid instance after another.

The Japanese imperialists are resorting to the crafty method to make the national industry of Korea bankrupt.  For instance, if a Korean capitalist sells a shovel at the cost of one won, the Japanese capitalist sells at the cost of 50 jon.  Therefore, the Korean`s is not sold for its expensive price and he is compelled to gradually shut the door of his factory and, after all, the Korean industry goes bankruptcy. In this way, if the Korean industry is ruined, the Japanese capitalist sells a shovel by raising its price to two or three won. …

Awakening the people to the essence of Japan`s colonial enslavement policy citing the vivid instance, though there was no exuberant language and expression, the President appealed to the people in an excited tone not to tolerate such a gangster-like act of the Japanese imperialist aggressors.

When his speech was over, the audience gave him a big hand for a long time.

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