UK KFA (Korean Friendship Association) | 27.01.2010 09:30 | Repression
Korea of "human rights violations" .
Korea of "human rights violations" .However the real violator of human rights on the
Korean peninsula is the south Korean dictatorial regime which is fascist and is a creation
and puppet of outside forces notably the USA.
Here are some recent examples of repression in south Korea.Recently international
press agencies such as AP and AFP reported that
A South Korean court Wednesday jailed a college lecturer for 10 years after convicting him of spying for North Korea over almost two decades.
The 37-year-old, identified only by his family name Lee, was sentenced after breaching the national security law.
As well as the jail term, the court also fined Lee 31 million won (28,000 dollars), Yonhap news agency reported.
South Korean official data shows that more than 4.500 people have falsely accused of
spying for the DPRK since 1948
The south Korean Federation of University Student Councils (Hanchongryon) issued a statement on December 31 last year at which it denounced such fascist action of the authorities as arresting the former chairperson of the organization.
Recalling that on December 30 the fascist police walked away by force Song Hyo Won, chairperson of the 13th-term Hanchongryon, who had participated in the "72-hour emergency people's action", the statement declared that the suppression of Hanchongryon is intolerable as it is precisely an all-out repression of justice and conscience.
It noted that the dictatorial regime should understand that it can never turn back the wheel of history advancing toward justice and progress no matter how desperately it is trying to stem the trend of the times by invoking evil laws including the "National Security Law" and mobilizing the security forces.
It demanded the authorities set free Song at once and abolish the NSL.
The south Korean puppet police on Jan. 6 arrested Kwon Ho Yong, a media man of the "Socialist Workers Newspaper", on the charge of the violation of the notorious "Security Law".
That day policemen in plain clothes belonging to the "Security Investigation Group" of the puppet National Police Agency broke into his office in Yongdungpho, Seoul, and arrested him before taking him to its "anti-communist section".
The fascist police resorted to such repressive actions in October last year as forcibly searching his office and house and issuing summons to appear at the police station. They perpetrated the recent tyrannical action against him when he came out in protest against the police suppression, laying bare the injustice of the NSL.
The south Korean "national security law" and "Anti Communist Law" stipulate a minimum
of 7 years imprisonment for those found guilty of "leftist pro north activities".The maximum
sentence is death.Communist parties are illegal in south Korea.
The past south Korean puppet fascist regimes murdered the leaders of the Revolutionary
Party for Reunification Kim Jong Tae and Choi Yong Do.They la ter killed other members
of the RPR leadership.In the 1st and 2nd "Peoples Revolutionary Party" incidents the
south Korean regime murdered activists including 8 people in the 2nd "Peoples Revolutionary Party incident.
South Korea is occupied by US troops who regularly commit robbery,violence,arson
and rape.In 2002 US troops ran over south Korean schoolgirls Sin Hyo Sun and Sim Mi Son in an armoured personnel carrier and killed them.
South Korea is a human rights desert.UK KFA calls on human rights activists to
campaign against human rights violations by the south Korean regime and the
US troops there.
UK KFA January 23rd 2010.
UK KFA (Korean Friendship Association)