Pyongyang, October 19 (KCNA) -- No matter what rhetoric it may let loose, capitalism can never cover up its incurable sickness--reactionary nature and corruption of its bourgeois morality, says Rodong Sinmun Sunday in an article.
Bourgeois idea and reactionary bourgeois morality based on extreme
individualism have reigned in capitalist society, notes the article, and
"Private interests are inviolable", "I can live when I kill
you"--this is the wrong way of thinking and viewpoint of those living in
capitalist society in which bourgeois morality based on extreme
Bourgeois morality in capitalist society, from its nature,
inevitably incites the people to a jungle-law struggle for existence. "A
man should become a wolf before other men", "He who robs the other by
hook or by crook is a wise man"--this is the outlook on existence in
In capitalist society dominated by bourgeois view of value and
morality the corrupt and depraved way of life prevails as it is further
fostered by its reactionary rulers. So, in capitalist countries, various
type reactionary ideas and decayed way of life are rampant to paralyze
the sound mentality of people and make them ignorant. Such a mode of
existence as the stronger preying upon the weaker has been encouraged
there to be ridden by such social evils as immorality and corruption,
murder and robbery, throwing the people into fear and uneasiness.
Moral vulgarity of capitalist society has reached an extreme phase.
By no remedy can this be cured as long as capitalist system exists.
Inevitable is the collapse of capitalism festering with corrupt morality. -0-