DPRK's motto 'All for one, one for all' is a strange synergy of how monarchy should be the public authority, but also the individual power that unites them.
Why is it that monarchs must build and manage entire nations, cities, households and palaces like despots (lords of the house)?
>And yet HE who first founded the state was the GREATEST of benefactors.
This line directly mentions the pre-eminent man, the monarch, who becomes the founder... We all have reverence for the great founders of states (like founding fathers). One monarchical act to prove this pre-eminent virtue is to literally try to build entire cities or make a display of great household rule like it was with Versailles--because the city was the whole for them (and Hobbes made the point that a monarch a city were one)... When a monarch has the power to build entire cities like this, then there is no doubt about being pre-eminent.
...because a private individual man... is not much, and it is believed only the city treats him like a mere part in relation to the whole... but the pre-eminent monarch is so great, like the whole to the part, builds entire cities:
>For, as I said before, to give them authority is not only agreeable to that ground of right which the founders of all statees, whether aristocratical, or oligarchical, or again democratical, are accustomed to put forward (for these all recognize the claim of excellence, although NOT the -same excellence-), but accords with the principle already laid down. For surely it would NOT be right to kill, or ostracize, or exile such a person, or require that he should take his turn in being governed. The WHOLE is naturally superior to the part, and he who has this pre-eminence is in relation of the whole to a part. But if so, the only alternative is that he should have the supreme power, and that mankind should obey him, not in turn, but always.
Remember that line: For, as I said before, to give them authority is not only agreeable to that ground of right which the founders of all states... are accustomed to put forward (for these all recognize the claim of excellence, although NOT the -same excellence-), but accords with the principle already laid down.
Kim II Sung is pretty much like the definition of one of the great pre-eminent personal ruler, the man with extraordinary virtue (the way they treat him in DPRK).