Wednesday, April 1, 2015

South Korean fascists mimic ISIS outside Japanese Embassy in Seoul

South Korean fascists mimic ISIS outside Japanese Embassy in Seoul

South Korean fascists outside the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea mimic ISIS and Al Qaeda by chopping off the head of Japan’s Prime Minister Abe.  The fascists are upset because the Japanese Prime Minister is scheduled to address a joint session of the United States Congress.  Such behavior is a violation of South Korea’s Constitution, Article 21, clause 4.  Will there be any charges filed?  Ha!   

Article 21, section 4 of the South Korean Constitution reads:

4. Neither speech nor the press shall violate the honor or rights of other persons nor undermine public morals or social ethics. Should speech or the press violate the honor or rights of other persons, claims may be made for the damage resulting therefrom.

Will any of the fascists’ demonstrators praising ISIS by their actions and violating the “honor” of Prime Minister Abe be held accountable?  Foolish question, of course not.  However Japanese journalist Tatsuya Kato is currently forbidden to leave South Korea because he is charged with violating Article 21, section 4.  What did Mr. Kato do?  He is charged with violating the “honor” of South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye.  All because Mr. Kato reported in an article what he read in a South Korean newspaper about President Park.    

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was invited by the Speaker of House of the United States Congress to address the legislative body.  For that invitation fascists in South Korean behaving like kindergarten students erupted in a fit of stupidity violating the honor of the Prime Minister. 

Link to the video of the Mr. Abe effigy:

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Voice of America related article about the childish demonstration:

Video explaining Japanese journalist Tatsuya Kato being held captive in South Korea for violating the South Korean Constitution Article 21, section 4:

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