South Korea Anti-Falun Gong Protests Shock the US! (2013)

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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.

Original Chinese Language Article:

http://www.cnhubei.com/xwzt/2012/cfqy/tpqh/201312/t2792092.shtml

韩民众街头集会抗议法轮功
发布时间:2013-12-19 10:00:46来源:凯风网进入电子报

    韩中交流协会主办的《韩中同胞新闻网站》11月4日报道:10月25日韩国50余名示威者在京畿道安山、水原等多地街头集会抗议法轮功,并称这种形式的抗议活动在韩国是首次。

    10月25日,(韩国)国内街头出现反法轮功集会。

    当天50余名韩国民众参加集会,示威者称“由于法轮功的政治和宗教问题,极大损害韩中关系,对国家利益毫无益处”。当天参加集会的一位人士说:“现在国内法轮功的示威和集会正在全国蔓延,驻韩中国使领馆门前、仁川、平泽港地铁入口、中国人密集区都有,并有扩散趋势。非常容易引发公共场所秩序混乱甚至骚乱,特别是华人间因观念不同而导致的恶语相加甚至冲突事件频繁发生,令警方经常出动。影响社会治安,还引发了当地民众的不满”,他对此深表忧虑。

他还说:“此次反法轮功集会是对频繁且无理的法轮功集会的反制,以此坚守韩国社会安定和我们民族的精神文化。”

此次集会在京畿道安山、水原等多地的街头举行。当天参加集会的民众手持“我们不要法轮功”、““警惕背离韩国情绪的法轮功,守护韩中友好关系”等标语,高喊口号,吸引了中国同胞和当地民众的关注。

有不少人误认为此次集会仍是法轮功集会,“为什么不是周日,法轮功又吵吵嚷嚷?”民众都用异样的眼光看待集会。在得知不是支持法轮功,而是反对法轮功活动后,当即表示理解和赞同,说这次组织得很好。(作者:草青)

Tank Museum (Dorset) – Soviet and Other Relevant Tanks (26.8.2017)

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This place is huge and designed for a family to spend an entire day enjoying the facilities and learning about the history, technical design and purpose of each exhibit as it is presented within its particular epoch and/or theatre of action, etc. As our time was limited, we focused upon the WWII section, and we did this because of our family’s interest in Soviet (and other Communist) tanks and their use in the war against International Fascism (which includes the imperial Japanese military action in North-east China from 1931 [ending only with the Japanese surrender to the USSR in that theatre 1945], the Spanish Civil War [1936-1939], the Soviet-Japanese War [1938-1939], the Soviet-Finnish War [1938-1939], and the UK, US and USSR against Nazi Germany and her Axis supporters [1939-1945]). This should not forget the fact that the UK government (and others) did not officially support the Spanish Civil War and were for years indifferent to the suffering in China, or the fact that Adolf Hitler was handed Czechoslovakia by the European Allies as early as 1938, as an act of attempted appeasement (without the knowledge or agreement of the Czech peoples). This complex situated included a Poland entering into a ‘non-aggression’ pact with Nazi Germany in 1934, before Hitler invaded the eastern or ‘Germanic’ part that country in 1939 (with the USSR annexing the ‘Slavic’ western part of Poland at the sometime in a bid to protect the Slavic people living in that part of the country from the genocidal and racist policies of Hitler’s Nazi regime – a point often [and deliberately] omitted by many anti-Soviet historians). The Western Allies (led by the UK) declared war on Nazi Germany with that regime’s invasion of Poland in 1939 – but not because of the defensive actions of the USSR at the time. Of course, it is no secret that both before, during and after WWII, the US, UK and other European Allies conspired behind the scenes to ‘bring-down’ the Socialist regime of the USSR – a policing ending in the Cold War and the eventual collapse of that regime in 1991. Finally, Finland was originally a part of Czarist Russia – but was granted sovereignty and independence in December, 1917, by VI Lenin immediately following the success of the Russian Revolution. From that moment onward, Finland operated as a base for rightwing and pro-capitalist forces attempting to over-throw the ‘Soviet’ regime, and became a staunch ally of Hitler’s Nazi Germany from 1933 until its demise in 1945 (where Finland escaped any ramifications for its support for Nazi German genocide in the USSR). In 1938, the USSR proposed that Finland be given a large tract of land in exchange for a much smaller tract of land that Soviet forces could defend more easily, should non-Socialist forces attack the USSR from the direction of Finland. As Finland was receiving military and economic aid from both the capitalist West and Nazi Germany in 1938 and 1939 (as a possible corridor for an invasion and destruction of the USSR), The Finnish government refused the Soviet offer (considered ‘fair’ by most historians), and a brutal but short-lived war ensued which saw the defeat of ‘fascist’ Finland (which routinely marked its tanks with a version of the Nazi German swastika), with the USSR prevailing in 1939. In 1941, the fascist-supporting regime of Finland joined Nazi Germany and its Axis allies (i.e. including troops from Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy, Croatia and Slovakia – whilst receiving vital [natural] resources from countries such as Sweden and Portugal, etc). Although WWII came to an ‘official’ end in May, 1945 in Europe (and in August-September, 1945 in the Far-East), the USSR had to fight a neo-Nazi insurgency in the Ukraine from 1945-1947 (led by non-surrendered Nazi German officers and their ethnic Ukrainian supporters), which flared-up on occasion to at least 1955, as well as a major neo-Nazi uprising in Hungary in 1956 (which was crushed by the Soviet Red Army), but presented in the then anti-Soviet West, as a ‘fight for freedom’.  Obviously, neither myself nor my family support (or ‘eulogise’) any imperialist wars (whilst regretting and respecting every death), but we do believe that the working class has a right to defend itself against fascism – which is a product of capitalism in decay. Of course, we also thoroughly ‘reject’ the current tendency in he capitalist West to equate fascism with Scientific Socialism, and to attempt to remove the ‘guilt’ for fascism from the capitalist camp. Fascism (and racism) grow-out of the inherent inequalities operating within capitalism, whilst the teachings of Communism – whilst advocating ‘internationalism’ and ‘anti-racism’ is obviously its antithesis. To its credit, although the Tank Museum is in no way pro-Communist, and is fully supportive of the ‘rightness’ of ‘bourgeois’ and ‘imperialist’ wars, (a position my family firmly reject), nevertheless, I would say that the technical assessment of Soviet (or Communist tank) technology was ‘fair’ and certainly far from the usual misrepresentation associated with Cold War rhetoric. We teach our children that war is wrong – but that sometimes wars need to be thought in ‘self-defence’ – until humanity evolves beyond this stupid and disastrous manner of interacting. It is also important for the younger generation to realise the sacrifices and destruction endured by China, the USSR and Europe in the 20th century fight against the forces of International Fascism. Of particular note amongst the relevant tanks we found were the Soviet T26 Model 1933 Light Infantry Tank – a copy and improvement (with official permission) of the British Vickers-Armstrong Marl I Tank, the captured Soviet T34/76 Tank (replete with Finnish Swastikas), and the Japanese Light Tank 95 Ha-Go (bearing a striking resemblance to a Dalek from the science-fiction show Dr Who – which gave the Imperial Japanese Army an edge over lightly armed peasant or guerilla resistance, or poorly armed European colonial troops as it successfully advanced across Asia both prior to, and during WWII, but which was no match (ans virtually useless) against a Soviet armour which had evolved in the European theatre to fight the might of Nazi German ingenuity.

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Heroic North Korean Resistance to US-Led UN Aggression in Korea (1950-1953) – a Pictural Record of Western Atrocities

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UN Officials Sign a Humiliating ‘Cease-Fire’ (1953)

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North Korean Martial Arts Preserved in Northern China

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What many people do not understand is that the martial art of Tae Kwon Do that spread across the world after the Korean War (1950-1953) was invented by the US imperialists after their defeat in that conflict. This was because most of the ‘real’ Korean martial arts masters livid in North Korea and supported the Socialist government for the empowerment of the ordinary Korean people. The US colony of South Korea is a Christianised fabrication with martial arts that stem from fascist Japan!

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Not only this, but much of traditional Korean martial arts are preserved and practised in Northern Chinese provinces such as Jilin – where annual competitions and displays are held. Although ethnic Koreans living in China naturally dominate these events – Communist China is very proud when Chinese practitioners get anywhere near the top three positions in competition! The top picture is of a baking tool used in self-defence in North Korea termed the ‘Fighting Steamed-Dumpling Hammer’ (打糕槌 – Da Gao Chui). North Korea has a long history – once being apart of China – which a very rich and unique martial history. This is why many ethnic Koreans still live in North-East China and preserve their martial traditions.

Chinese Language Source:

http://jl.people.com.cn/n/2015/0811/c349771-25930972.html

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