I hate the Communist Party chapter 91
Chapter 37—Arrangements for the Future
The winter in Hamgyeong-do was cold. The climate of the land that is located at the northern tip of the Korean Peninsula and embraces Mt. Baekdu could be said to be hostile to people.
Where will only the weather make it difficult for them to live?
The discriminatory gazes and rumors sent to them by people from other provinces such as’All the people living in Hamgyeong-do are descendants of criminals’ and’If you enter Hamgyeong-do once, even if Baekgol becomes desolate, you can’t come out’, the discriminatory gazes and rumors that people in other provinces sent to them came to them with coldness. .
In that respect, the country of Joseon was a cold place for those walking on snowy roads who believed the words of a young man they saw for the first time today.
To the north and to the north, the air that touched their skin was getting colder, but the embers named Hope burning in their hearts were growing in size.
Choi Jae-hyung, who is walking on the road in front of more than 50 people, seemed to know vaguely how the people who followed him were walking on the road.
Joseon was a strange country to him, who left the land and moved to Russia while holding the hands of his family during his days.
The reason he first rallyed and organized the Koreans in the Maritime Territory was to help his compatriots living in unfamiliar lands, but the bigger reason was the desire to eat better and live better with the power of a group.
Thanks to the economic specialty of the Kyoto Convention and Hong Kong Convention, he grew up with a refusal to fall within ten fingers in the Maritime Territory at a young age.
However, Choi Jae-hyung himself may not have dreamed that the more he worked with the Korean American community, the more he would gradually go beyond desire, with compassion, and with a sense of mission to do something for them from simply pitying them.
At first, I thought it would be enough if I allowed the compatriots who had flown from their hometowns and flowed to this distant place to stay warm and not hungry.
It was also part of his recommendation that people living away from the sea should be paid for military use through cattle farming, and residents living near the sea or rivers were encouraged to supply the military through fishing and agriculture such as salmon.
Until the chief of staff, who carefully looked at Choi Jae-hyung’s actions, entrusted him with the position of managing the Korean community, there was only the joy that he had succeeded.
-Had it not been for Nari, we would have starved to death.
-There are still many people dying of starvation in Joseon, but we are fortunate that we can eat at least three meals a day and live in a house that does not have the air.
However, the more I talked to those who succeeded in settling with my own help, the more Choi Jae-hyung felt that the job given to him was not a simple task, but a mission.
It was none other than an interview with the chief executive officer who stuck to that feeling.
The conversation that took place in a seat with him, who introduced him as a disciple of the Chief Executive Officer, allowed him to reflect on what Choi Jae-hyung felt so far.
-Isn’t the shepherd that the flock of sheep wandering in the rough wilderness can trust and depend on is the most needed person in this era? Although I am paying the price of arrogance for living as a shepherd, I can advise young people like you not to repeat the same mistakes. Listen to the voice in your heart. That’s what the Lord is saying to borrow people’s conscience.
The story of the chief of staff, who met while he went to receive a temporary position as a community leader, made Choi Jae-hyung convinced of what path he should take.
“Nari, there will be a border checkpoint sooner or later. Will it be really okay?”
“Don’t worry. This has already been said. You are Russian permanent residents who legally contract with me and come and go back to transport goods to Hamgyeong-do. You don’t have to worry about getting arrested while crossing the border.”
They came all the way here, but as the border got closer, there were some people worried about the dignity of the national law that forbade them to leave their village.
Every time I heard the story of Jaehyung Choi’s trust in himself, he was returning to the ranks again, but it was a passage showing how great their fear was.
The fact that they were leaving the village they had lived in their entire lives to a country other than another region, and to Russia, where the Qing Dynasty, which is similar in appearance, or Japan, where the kokos, live, seemed to add to their anxiety.
“Hey, Mr. Kim. Is it really okay? If anything happens to my family while crossing the border… … .”
“If that’s the case, it’s okay to take my life without having to end with a single fist like before.”
“Even if you didn’t allow me that way, of course I was going to do it.”
A laughter spread between the people who heard the conversation between Flag Suk, who answered by rubbing the bruise on the right eye, and the dog poop still shooting sharply at him, but there was still a slight tension.
“But really, would it be true that only one person per household should be sent during this winter? What kind of construction did you say?”
“You mean the Trans-Siberian Railroad Corporation?”
“Yes, that! It’s not a year, I’m sure I’ll do it only this winter, right?”
“Contractually, that’s right. Even if winter passes, they will extend the contract only to those who say that this job is more suitable than farming. And don’t worry, because the area you’re going to is not in the middle of Siberia, but the site being built next to a big lake called Lake Baikal.”
“Yes. And since the only adult male in the household will do the construction, even those who have been worried about who the family will take care of will take care to ensure that there is no discomfort in the Korean community, including me, and the coastal local government during that period.”
When Choi Jae-hyung, who had intervened in the conversation between flagstone and dog poop, once again reminded them of the promise he made to them, the worries and tensions between the group were further removed.
People who had been walking without a word until now, looking at their toes, started giving and receiving light jokes.
“Then, I wonder how people in your country do farming. It’s said that rice farming is difficult, so now you’ve finished watching the rice cakes!”
“Heo, I lived in the mouth of a noble man who couldn’t eat rice porridge, let alone bread. Do you mean to know someday that we watched rice cakes?”
“No, this guy’s girl! If it’s a word from a heavenly Westerner, you should go like that. Does it come out like this?”
“Hi, Mr. West. She was wrong. I will apologize with my body tonight, so please take a look.”
“Mom, am I having a younger brother today?”
A smile was also drawn on Choi Jae-hyung’s lips, who watched people laugh at the words spoken by a child who seemed innocent.
When he looked at the party, he turned his head again and looked at the checkpoint at the border, where he began to loom, and his smile disappeared as if when he did.
‘Is it desirable to maintain a country that cannot protect its own people? I fully felt what the sadness of the lost nation was, but it would be great if we could destroy even the corrupt and incompetent Lee dynasty and establish a new Joseon Dynasty. Tsar, look over us.’
It was an idea that I could have because he was raised in Russia after leaving Joseon from childhood.
The Korean people who have lived after hearing that they must dedicate their loyalty to the country of Joseon and the Lee dynasty since their birth had heard of Choi Jae-hyung’s thoughts, they would have been grateful.
However, in the minds of the migrants living in Russia, suspicions of what the country called Joseon had done to them were growing.
Aside from providing the land where they were born, isn’t Russia better than Joseon, which has only taken away so far, because it provided them with a place to live and food and enabled them to make a living?
As the majority of the first generations of immigrants who lived in Joseon still live in Korea, they are only helping those who have moved to Russia like themselves or telling their relatives who still remain in Joseon to come over as soon as possible.
However, it was difficult to predict what would happen if their perceptions changed over time, and the second generations who were more Russian than Koreans appeared.
No, maybe before that, what Choi Jae-hyung thought could have come earlier than expected as a sudden change in the international situation surrounding Joseon or a huge ego goal that the head of Joseon might put in.
* * *
After the recent evaluation of the modified Mosin rifle and the demonstration showing the power of the machine gun, General Van Knowsky’s efforts to ensure that the stories that came out that day did not end in a single shot were tearful.
This was because it was difficult to disseminate instructions from the center due to the command system divided by regiment, division, and military command, and in the meantime, it was necessary to control the Cossack cavalry who independently used the class system.
His ability to set up an organization for the research on fire power doctrine in the Russian Army, which he conducted along with him, and to split the scarce finances and allocate the costs necessary to do the research was astounding.
-It is true that there were doubts about General Vannovsky’s abilities, but at least in evaluating his administrative abilities, I have to praise him.
Because Bite, who was not generous in evaluating others, said this.
However, despite his efforts, it seemed that it would take more time before the doctrine of fire warfare could be established within the Russian Imperial Army.
Confidence to the old doctrine was also a problem, but above all, the biggest problem was another.
[In order to realize as many firefighting as we want, industrial capabilities such as ammunition production capacity must be supported. Unfortunately, however, Russia’s industrial capacity still has a way to go to meet those standards.]
It was the content of the first report from the Institute of Firepower Doctrine that I had made.
‘I’m glad I didn’t say that it would be impossible to carry out firefighting at the level required by our military within the next 10 years.’
It was expected that it would not take as long as mentioned earlier, as the chaebols existing in Russia were rushing to a chunk of meat called military supply.
In the midst of an all-out war between countries, my steps to prevent importing shells and bullets from other countries were working.
However, it was unavoidable that my nerves became sharp as I thought there was still a way to go.
I wasn’t hoping for a splendid and playful court life, but this guy’s work didn’t decrease even if I did it.
“My lord, this is the foreign minister. Can I go in?”
“Make sure you come in.”
Was that so? I could feel my tone of speaking to Foreign Minister Ger sharpened.
You shouldn’t waste your emotions on other people in this way.
“I’m sorry, the foreign minister. There is something a little annoying these days.”
“It’s okay, Majesty. However, I am afraid that the letter I am giving you today may make your Majesty’s mind more uncomfortable. This is a telegram from the Beber Corporation resident in Chosun, which the Majesty also mentioned earlier. He said that the king of Joseon sent it to his Majesty.”
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