Ein Artikel aus der nordkoreanischen Rodong Sinmun:
Capitalism Has No Future: Rodong Sinmun
| Pyongyang, January 15 (KCNA) -- Dignitaries in the West declare the end of capitalism by themselves whereas there grows the tendency to estimate Marxism from a new angle. This proves the truth of history that capitalism is bound to go to ruin and socialism is sure to win. |
Rodong Sinmun Tuesday says this in a bylined article.
The contradiction of the capitalist system at present has reached its height, the article notes, and goes on:
Accumulation of capital is being promoted in capitalist society and wealth is concentrated on the monopoly plutocrats with the progress in technology whereas an increasing number of the people engaged in mental labor are being hired by capitalists.
The gap between the rich and the poor is widening as the days go by in capitalist society under the reign of the principle of existence that money is almighty, screwing up class confrontation and contradiction.
Capitalism is torn with its internal contradiction which makes its doom inescapable.
In order to keep its ever-more endangered privileged position from its political and economic crisis the capitalist class is opting for fascistizing its reactionary ruling machines and intensifying the moves for aggression and war.
It is none other than the capitalist class and the Western politicians, its mouthpiece, who make desperate efforts to maintain the capitalist system, rendering their ruling system more fascist and politics more reactionary as they are in the grip of an economic crisis.
The capitalist class is massively spreading reactionary and unpopular ideology and culture and corrupt bourgeois lifestyle in a bid to benumb the working masses' consciousness of independence, make them obedient to the capitalist exploiting system and reduce them to slavers of money. This makes people more ignorant and benighted.
The capitalist system is inching closer to its end due to reactionary political life, deformed material life and poor mental and cultural life.
It is a matter of time for capitalism which outlived its days to disappear from the arena of history.