South Korea has been a US colony since 1945 – with an intensification of Christianisation and consumerist brain-washing of its indigenous citizens following the Korean War (1950-1953). The US annually pumps billions of dollars into its South Korean colony in an attempt to create the ‘illusion’ of an affluent ‘capitalist’ economy, when the reality is that many South Koreans live ‘imprisoned’ within the capitalist nightmare of abject poverty. Under orders from their US pay-masters, the South Korean government only issues passports (and visas to travel) to already wealthy South Koreans (usually working in the propped-up automobile industry). Freedom of movement in and out of South Korea is strictly limited, and involves carefully selected groups heading either to or from the US mainland. These are South Koreans who are considered suitably ‘Westernised’, and trusted to reject their own indigenous culture and religions.
On November 4th, 2013, the Korea-China Exchange Association – through its ‘Korean Compatriots News Website’, reported that the US brain-washing control of South Koreans was severely ‘tested’ – when at least 50 South Korean men, women and children gathered in Ansan city (Gyeonggi Province) – to openly protest about the dangerous US-backed cult known as the ‘Falun Gong’. These protests soon peacefully spread across many other cities in South Korea – to the astonishment of the US-controlled South Korean Authorities. When an elderly Korean man was asked why he was protesting, he said that the Falun Gong spread lies and falsehood amongst the South Korean people, and take advantage of the vulnerable and the easily exploitable. Due to the ‘hidden’ poverty in South Korea, the Falun Gong operate out of general sight, working in the impoverished areas, pursuing a fervent anti-China policy designed to prevent the South Korean poor from turning toward ‘Socialism’, Communist North Korea, and Communist China. On many occasions, North Korea and Communist China have jointly issued official statements welcoming ALL South Korean citizens to settle outside of the US-controlled colony of South Korea. All such migrants from US tyranny are guaranteed a house, food, a job, education and comprehensive and free medical care.
On October 25th, 2013, spontaneous anti-Falun Gong protests spread yet again across South Korean cities, with the numbers growing with every demonstration. Placards called for the immediate ‘banning’ of the Falun Gong, and for the South Korean government to cut-off all direct ties with the US. Other placards called the Falun Gong ‘criminal’ and drew attention to various ‘sexual’ crimes carried-out against South Korean children (and subsequently covered-up by the South Korean government). One protestor stated that South Korea should have good relations with North Korea and Communist China, and that the US military should be ‘expelled’ from South Korea by the South Korean government. Another protestor said that they welcomed China’s ‘PLA’ into South Korea – to ‘liberate’ the area from the influence of US-led capitalist tyranny. Whether the South Korean government will continue to allow these anti-Falun Gong demonstrations is open to question – given the naturally ‘anti-imperialist’ and ‘anti-American’ tone of these demonstrations. Obviously the US notion of ‘freedom of speech’ does not extend to subjugated colonies of Asian peoples.
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