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  • Blog Post: candle protest in Korea marks 55 days and still going on

    The president’s strategy to bash who doesn’t favor the government is failing as the religious bodies join the candle protest. The government tried to disrespect the protest by distorting calling them extremists and blaming them with lies and using wrongful force (no miranda, no specific suspicion and...
  • Blog Post: Will the government go on until someone gets killed?

    It’s raining but the protest goes on as the Govenment has ignored and went on forcing the beef policy and today, not like what the press favoring the government is telling(that people are tired and the protest is losing it’s power), over twenty thousand people gathered. As the President announced war...
  • Blog Post: Government, war against the citizen

    To enforce the public announcement of the beef negotiations, the government is imposing war against the citizen. Rather than describing all the savagery, one situation speaks for everything: After arresting the opposition party’s congresswoman from the protest, which never had happened since the military...
  • Blog Post: Korean Major Papers in a crisis

    The three major media Chosun, JoongAng, DongA is currently in a crisis which they courted on their own. During the President’s fallacies, the three media company’s actions of distortion covering up the truth has been disclosed to the major people which created movements to cancel their subscriptions...
  • Blog Post: President flips his words of apologies in 5 days

    이 대통령, 닷새만에 '아침이슬' 잊었다 - 오마이뉴스 After another pretending show of apologies, President Lee changes his words after only 5 days. 5 days ago the President started his public apologies to the people like this: “Dear citizens, On 6/10 night, when the KwangHwaMoon was bright with lighted candles, I was at the...
  • Blog Post: News today from Korea(20080611)

    Another day with another sigh. Guide document from “Ministry of public administration and security” for yesterday’s protest : Ask for cooperation from Farmers/Fishermans/Environmental party’s not to come to Seoul, cooperate with korcham to let corporates control their workers not to come to Seoul...
  • Blog Post: Today’s picture from Korea (20080610)

      [I’ve very sorry, i’ve lost the source link. If anyone knows the origin, please let me know] Hundreds of thousands of candles of hope. How could any President ignore this, blame this in a country of democracy? The cabinet has submitted their resignation, but the President says nothing useful....
  • Blog Post: Police blocks the road with container boxes

    Today(6/10) is the anniversary of the June civil uprising of ‘87 which led our country to the first democratic elections. The people’s anger against the Presidents extreme dictatorship, distortions and massacres, created an uprise leading people to fight the president’s pet military which in turn resulted...
  • Blog Post: 100 days of ignoring the Korean people

    It has been raining since yesterday in Korea. It was the 100 day mark since the new government started. Rain didn’t stop the protest against the government. The people even protested in front of the police department denouncing their act of unnecessary brutal force. Here ar some facts: The police head...
  • Blog Post: More bloodshed in Korea while the President smiles and waves his hand

    While thousands of people peacefully protests with bloodshed, the President enters the country waving his hand as if nothing has happened being proud of what he thinks he has achieved from China. ( pictures , pictures ) More civilians are being bashed by the water sprinkler and the police’s combat boots...
  • Blog Post: Korean President’s policy: lend everything to the private enterprises

    The government has just released plans for lending our tap water under private management. Here’s a list of what the president is trying to toss everything to the private sector: Tap water. Medical programs. Public banks(Korea Development Bank). Public broadcasting stations. Assets of lots of Ministrys...
  • Blog Post: Today’s picture from Korea (20080529)

    [The words mean “We punish you. Arrest me.” Appeared after the police started taking people including middleschool/highschool students via Media Daum News ] .. Here’s how the government sees the people here: [This is a presentation slide from a policy communication education by PR subsidiary of the Ministry...
  • Blog Post: If you know français and want to understand the situation in Korea

    Try this link (not sure about the technical parts, it was left out in the translation i’ve seen): HNS-info Corée du sud le pouvoir déstabilisé par un mouvement autonome à propos de l’importation I’m not even slightly a policial guy but even for someone like me, the governments actions are enormously...
  • Blog Post: Korean people’s anger against the government flames out

    The approval rating of the Lee MyoungBak government has long crashed due to a handful of policies against the people’s will. Even people who voted for the president are turning their backs closely feeling the wrong doings of the past three month of his political performances as the president. Recently...
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