DPRK resists illegal blockade


By mattpryor
November 23, 2010
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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (aka North Korea, not to be confused with the murderous oppressive apartheid regime at its southern border) today launched a new wave of resistance against its US-backed neighbour.

http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2010/11/23/world/asia/AP-AS-Koreas-Tensi...

The DPRK has been subjected to an illegal blockade which has been in force since 1953, causing untold human misery and starvation. Acts of glorious resistance such as this highlight the plight of ordinary Koreans who have endured a humiliating and brutal occupation for decades at the hands of the terrorist state to the south, known as the Republic of Korea (note that unlike our great leader's beleaguered nation it is neither DEMOCRATIC nor belong to the PEOPLE).

When will the Great Satan and its little imp (UNdemocratic, UNpeople's Republic of Korea) release their oppressive stranglehold on these poor people?

Where is the UN, Amnesty International, War on Want? Their silence about this inhuman, brutal and disproportionate collective punishment against this long suffering people is deafening.

Free North Korea!

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telegramsam

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 15:32

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In answer to your other question elsewhere, Britain shouldn't be in the EU. The moment Britain was asked to transfer sovereign powers to Brussels was the moment the government of the day it should have said: Merci, mais non merci.


mattpryor

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 15:35

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Free North Korea!!


Avraham Reiss

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 15:59

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Quite right, Matt! The next time I see a South Korean shop, or a shop selling South Korean merchandise, I'm going to walk right past it without purchasing anything.


jose (not verified)

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 16:01

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Where is the UN, Amnesty International, War on Want? Their silence about this inhuman, brutal and disproportionate collective punishment against this long suffering people is deafening.

You forgot Human Rights Watch !

Indeed all those you mentioned condemned several times the North Korean regime and failed to condemn USA and South Korea for their blockade.
While there was a real famine in North Korea, not like the "humanitarian crisis 2.0" in Gaza.


mattpryor

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 16:15

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Thank you comrades for the support!

Avraham: Not only that, I think we should encourage others to boycott the terrorist state of South Korea as well. It's disgusting that businesses in the UK profit from the illegal and indefensible blockade against a very hungry sovereign people.

Jose: I am starting a group called FaNFFJFNK - Finklers (and Non-Finklers) for Justice for North Koreans. We will stage shady meetings in public buildings (but not invite anyone who might be an APOLOGIST for the ILLEGAL TERRORIST STATE of South Korea), whip ourselves into a frenzy about the poor suffering Norf Koweans, and shout at people that go into Korean restaurants.

Anybody who would like to join FANFJFNK please email matt@fanfjfnk.redsunderthebed.com (provided you are not an occupation supporter)


jose (not verified)

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 17:15

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Well, Matt, I wonder if those South Koreans might not be right sometimes. Maybe the North Koreans exaggerate... I mean they killed people yesterday in South Korea... I don't want to say they were not right to do it, but... Maybe... I know they fight oppression, but... Could there be other ways? Not that I really object to the present ones, of course I know they are desperate... With famine and impossibility to buy a decent microwave oven as all are required to build the pacific atomic power plant... They don't even have one five-star hotel, not like Ramallah... But, you know, non-violence sometimes is better... Of course, considering the oppressor, it'll be difficult...


jose (not verified)

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 17:32

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And did you see how fast the UN will judge the North Koreans? While for the same reasons, they took ten years before they judge the 'Palestinians' ! And then they mostly accused the Israelis.
This time again, the South Korean lobby will have its way !

A shame !


mattpryor

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 17:38

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Silence, war crimes apologist! Revisionist!

No the South Korean terrorists are not "right sometimes", they are completely wrong always. You are just trying to silence legitimate criticism of the warmongering terrorist Nazi-like war criminals and their American Zionist Capitalist scum masters.

You people use the World War Two card as though it excuses the degradation and humiliation of those poor people! It does not!

How you mock the poor starving Norf Koweans. You think it's a laughing matter that there are no microwave ovens spare because the glorious Leader must procure them to build legitimate nuclear power stations to fulfil the dire energy needs of his impoverished, brutalised people?

It gets worse! Not only are there no microwave ovens or five star hotels but there are also no Mercedes Benzes or Shake'n'Vac, and people haven't been able to buy those little rubbers you put on the end of pencils since 1972 due to the illegal embargo on dual-use stationary products.

End the occupation! End the illegal blockade! Free North Korea!

(FANFFJFNK will be holding a meeting to discuss ways to mildly annoy South Koreans this Saturday at 12:00 in UEA halls of residence - please tell your friends, Comrades)


jose (not verified)

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 17:45

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Maybe if we invade and block every South Korean restaurant, chaining ourselves to the doors and force people to throw up while they listen to the list of ills there payment will bring upon the desperate North Koreans?

But what if the South Korean owner sends parcels of food to his family every week? Maybe the people he employs do some good too? Should we separate the wheat from the chaff?


mattpryor

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 18:05

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I like your creative thinking.

As for the South Korean Terrorist Apologist who sends his "food" to his "family" every week - let's call him Huang - well why should his family profit from the illegal blockade, and more to the point why should we in Britain put up with such war criminals, let alone facilitate their prosperity at the expense of their cousins across the divide?

Comrades! A call to action!

Let's stand outside their restaurants and call them names!

Let's send love boats to the Democratic People's Thingy of Korea and send them out-of-date medicine and gone-off sausage rolls!

Let's go around New Malden and hit people on the head if they look a bit slanty-eyed! We know they're not North Koreans because there's no Easy Jet planes flying out of Pyongyang!

I'm also compiling a list of universities that have South Korean students attending or have South Korean lecturers or teach anything to do with South Korea that isn't approved by the Dear Leader. I say we send nasty letters to those universities to get them to boot out the war criminals!


raycook

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 18:14

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Matt

I think your group should work with the We Are North Korean, Exterminate Reactionary South group to put the North Korean case across.

The disproportionate shelling of the North after a few fireworks landed on an insignificant island killing just one person, FFS. What sort of Nazi scum are these SK's in their comfortable capitalist homes watching CNN and Sky whilst the oppressed NK's are forced to watch a succession of 'Kim Jong Il saluting military parade' movies.

Makes you want to smash your Kia into your 52" LG flat screen HD ready 3D TV


mattpryor

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 18:32

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Comrade Ray thank you for your input on this very vital issue - possibly THE issue of our times.

I have been liaising with W.A.N.K., a fine group of humanitarians, true liberals if I may say so, not like the rest of their capitalist neo-Nazi baby-killing copatriots, may they burn in hell, insh'allah - er, I mean, Praise Dear Leader. As a matter of fact W.A.N.K. are part-funding our next flotilla to Pyongyang. I do hope you can join us. There will be cake.

I'm also glad you reminded me that LG is another company that supports the Occupation and (probably) kills little children.

I shall be cancelling my order of a brand new shiny direct drive 8kg washing machine in protest and buying a Samsung one instead.

**Update** Not only do Samsung not make direct drive washing machines but they are also supporters of starving the poor North Koweans to death and denying them microwaves.

I shall therefore be washing my clothes in a dirty river to show solidarity with our oppressed brothers, because being a snobby twat I think that's what everyone does outside Notting Hill.


raycook

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 18:54

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Cake? and ale too, perchance.

I will be joining you on the flotilla and have prepared a number of (sharp) cooking utensils with which to murder South Korean Nazi Zionist scum occupation forces - er, I mean make delicious Gordon Ramsay recipes.

Viva La Revolucion! W.A.N.K for peace and justice!

We are all Il now. Or at least quite sick.


Jon_i_Cohen

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 19:08

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Ray & Matt
Hilarious guys - keep it going!!
I assume there will be a London demo to support the:-
W e A re N orth K orean, E xterminate R eactionary S outh,
group?


Jon_i_Cohen

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 19:10

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So far, a deafening silence from the UN, how silly of me, Israel is not involved, so why would the UN care?


Jonathan Hoffman

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 19:34

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The silence of the Russell Tribunal is deafening


mattpryor

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 19:40

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Jon: Thank you for being intimidated into supporting our cause. As for the UN, it is a puppet body that exists only to serve the will of its capitalist masters, I am not surprised they turn a blind eye to the brutal and sadistic behaviour of the south Korean criminals and Shake'n'Vac thieves.

As for this "Israel" business, I presume you're referring to that song by Ween. I don't care for it much, but I'm not sure it's bad enough to involve the UN. I look forward to the day when all this "pop" music goes away and we can listen to revolutionary songs approved by Dear Leader 24/7.

Ray: Please also bring sick bags and Hobnobs. Ta.


mattpryor

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 19:42

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Jonathan: Fear not, there will be a special convening of the Russel Tribunal next month where an effigy of Lee Myung-bak will be burnt at the stake along with a number of efficient, low-cost electrical appliances.


telegramsam

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 20:04

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This has been very entertaining, thank you. However, I find the ZF's and JNF's silence most worrying. Trees were hurt in the artillery barrage, after all.


telegramsam

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 20:06

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I think also that Avraham, in an act of solidarity, should hand in his brand spanking new Corolla and buy a Korean car -- a Kia or Hyundai


mattpryor

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 20:13

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No tsam those are products of the oppressor. Avraham should invest in a Trebant. A good Worker's car that. Very Eco-friendly too (made of wood and 100% recyclable).

Or are you an apologist for the capitalist entity?

We have your number!

Free North Korea!


telegramsam

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 20:16

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Yes but Matt, our brave comrades in the north will over run the running dog paper tiger lackeys of the south and take their Kias and Hyaundis and make them rightfully ours.


jandrsimonson (not verified)

Tue, 11/23/2010 - 20:43

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Is there supposed to be some kind of analogy in here somewhere ?

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