“I won’t take a bribe”… North Korea receives ‘oath’ to Korean Wave crackdown and control workers

North Korea held the 4th plenary session of the 8th Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea for five days from the 27th to the 31st of last month. On the 1st, the Rodong Sinmun, the party’s official newspaper, said in a report on the plenary meeting, Kim Jong-un, general secretary of the party, “made a programmatic conclusion on the first agenda, ‘on the direction of the party and the country’s business in 2022’.” He said that he analyzed and summarized the first year business structure of the party and the country to implement the decision of the second party congress. /Photo = Rodong Sinmun News 1

The first order the North Korean authorities gave to public security agencies such as the Ministry of Security and Security in each region in the new year of 2022 was a kind of ‘writing a pledge’ not to engage in fraudulent acts such as bribery in the process of cracking down on residents.

This is interpreted as the intention of North Korea to strengthen the role of the public security agency, which is going to continue the struggle to eradicate ‘anti-socialism and non-socialism’ again this year, and to launch a North Korean-style forward movement once again.

According to a Daily NK source from Pyongyang City and South Hamgyong Province on the 13th, on the 8th, the ‘one-fourth (1/4) branch law (execution) ) Institution’s internal guideline plan’ was delivered.

Accordingly, it is said that for two days on the 10th and 11th, all the personnel in charge of crackdown and control of the residents wrote an ‘oath’ and presented it to the party’s political department. This is the first time in the Kim Jong-un era.

The main content was “I will not engage in non-socialist acts in crackdowns and law enforcement this year” and “If I become aware of the non-socialist acts of Justice Hosang, I will report it to the party committee and superiors immediately.” In other words, they were forced to pledge not to pay back money (a bribe) to take care of them or not to turn a blind eye to their co-workers.

In response to this, the authorities gave meaning to “workmen (workers) must exercise party conscience and unlimited responsibility in legally enforcing illegal and anti-socialist acts.”

It was also pointed out that “officers should not have even the slightest bias in the state’s law enforcement,” and that “we need to raise awareness about the maneuvers of the enemies who are trying to introduce a rotten reactionary ideology and culture into us (North Korea) and thoroughly detect and crush them.” .

North Korea, which declared ‘war’ on the ‘Korean Wave’ and ‘foreign culture’ with the enactment of the ‘Reactionary Ideology and Culture Rejection Act’ (2020), again revealed its will to make it a reality through the awakening of its officials.

A source said, “As the internal instructions for the execution of the decision of the (8th, 4th) plenary meeting were delivered, the inflow of external information was emphasized as one of the first signs of corruption in the socialist system. “We’re going to hold people tight again this year,” he observed.

Meanwhile, the ‘Internal Guidelines for Ilsa (1/4) Quarterly Law (Enforcement) Institutions’ include: ▲ Active struggle against anti-socialism and non-socialism ▲ Enhancing the role of legal institutions for social order and safety ▲ Establishment of law-abiding ethos and laws According to the source, the system has also been strengthened.

In response, the authorities advertised, “(This plan) is to ‘resolutely crush imperialism’s ideological and cultural infiltration maneuvers and further solidify the popular popular-first-style socialist ideological position in our country like a rock’.

Source: DailyNK by www.dailynk.com.

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