Socialism will surely win victory
Socialism is the ideal of humankind and represents their future.
From olden times, humankind has wished to lead an independent and happy life in a peaceful world free from exploitation and oppression, domination and subordination, aggression and war. Socialism represents theses wishes and aspirations. It is the society in which everybody is free and equal, free from oppression and domination, exploitation and plunder. Only the socialist society can provide the popular masses with the right to independence and enables them to display their creativity to the full.
The revival of capitalism in some socialist countries in the past is only an abnormal and temporary phenomenon in the development of human history.
The influence of socialism can be clearly seen in the Pyongyang Declaration.
The Pyongyang Declaration, ¡°Let Us Defend and Advance the Cause of Socialism,¡± was adopted by delegates of progressive political parties of the world in April 1992 from the purpose of overcoming the temporary crisis in the global socialist movement and bringing a new upswing in this movement. When it was made public, seventy political parties signed the declaration, and the number has now increased to more than 260. With signing of the Pyongyang Declaration by the Democratic Unity Party of Honduras, the Guatemalan National Hope Unity Party and the Egyptian Arab Socialist Party in 2006, the number continues to grow. Under the banner of the declaration, the movements to defend and advance socialism are more vigorously carried on it many countries as the days go by.
The socialist idea is sweeping across the world with a great traction today.
It is the
matter of the course that the socialist idea which represents the high stage of
ideological independence for the interest of the popular masses has great
traction in comparison with the capitalist idea which exploits and suppresses
the popular masses and blocks their independent development. Even South
American countries such as
President Hugo Chavez Frias, said that the problem in poor countries of the
world can be solved not by capitalism but by the socialist idea, and emphasized
that socialism should be built to put an end to poverty, starvation and
injustice in the world. He went on to say that, the fair and equal society can
be built only in the socialist mode, and clearly stated that socialism is the
The transition from capitalism to socialism is a lawful course of historical development. As long as there are popular masses who aspire after independence, the direction of historical development will never change.
Korean society is the ideal one which humankind has aspired after the thousands
of years and where their independence is fully realized. In