Sharp Contrast between Two Social Systems
Pyongyang, March 19 (KCNA) -- The Korean youth, out of their sound view of life, are devoting their energy and wisdom to the worthwhile effort for the prosperity for the country.
They are active in the army, industrial establishments, farms, construction sites, universities and scientific research centers.
Many of them enjoy public favor for what they did for the country and the people. Many monuments were named after Chongnyon (youth).
But in the capitalist society, young people have become the cause of social trouble.
A 22-year-old man shot and killed six people and wounded thirteen in Arizona State, the United States, in early January.
Many young people in capitalist countries are addicted to alcohol and drug, with no ideal and ambition, and commit suicide.
The facts offer a striking illustration of the fundamental contrast between the two social systems.