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Já toda a gente ouviu falar, certamente, dos famosos livros da Anita: “Anita e os Póneis”, “Anita no comboio”, “Anita na Praia” ou “Anita e os animais do Jardim Zoológico” (são mais de 40 títulos).

Pois bem, li uma notícia na KCNA (agência ofical de notícias da Coreia do Norte) que me sugere a analogia Kim Jong-il / Anita.

O líder norte-coreano terá visitado o Jardim Zoológico nas Montanhas de Taesong (10 quilómetros a Nordeste de Pyongyang) que está a ser renovado.

Kim visitou os peixeinhos, os ursos, os cavalos e os tigres.

E de cada vez que Kim visita alguma coisa há mais uma linha de orientação para os norte-coreanos. Neste caso, Kim deixou quatro linhas de orientação e permitam-me que vos deixe aqui a versão original (em inglês) deste artigo da KCNA:

He [Kim Jong-il] said that it is very important to spruce up the zoo well and improve its operation as it is not only a precious treasure of the country to be handed down to the generations to come but is of great significance in the cultural and emotional life of working people and school youth and children and their upbringing and education.

In order to build the zoo better under a long-term plan it is necessary to increase the species of animals and consolidate its material and technical foundation to serve its purpose, he added.

It is important for the zoo to solve the feed problem and establish a veterinary and anti-epidemic system as it breeds a lot of animals of diverse species, he noted, underscoring the need to take thorough-going measures for providing feed suited to the diversity of species of animals and, at the same time, build modern veterinary hospitals.

He also stressed the need to refurnish the inside and outside of the animal sheds in such a way as to make them convenient to visitors and build facilities sufficient for their rest so that an increasing number of working people and school youth and children may visit the zoo to enjoy a cultural and emotional life.

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