Wednesday, November 8, 2017

South Korea’s freedom abuse?

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South Korea’s freedom abuse?

A Korean living in South Korea recently protected a Comfort Women statue among the many such   This person one evening visited the Comfort Women statue located in front of the Guro Station in the Guro District in Seoul, South Korea, Seoul Subway Line 1. 
Guro Station Comfort Women
statues in that country.

The Korean placed a brown paper bag over the head of the statue in an effort to protect it from bird poop.  Birds are notorious for pooping on statues.  This person had to do it at night out of fear for being attacked by the Comfort Women Mafia or the civil authorities. 

Fear of the Comfort Women Mafia / fascists stems from the following:

South Korean professors Lee Yong-hoon and An Byeong-jik were beat up in South Korea by Comfort Women Mafia fascists who fear free speech, freedom of expression, and any deviation from popular thought, their orthodoxy.   

Professor Lee Yong-hoon is guilty for having said “Comfort Women were paid prostitutes.” 
Professor An Byon-jik is guilty for having said “Japan did some good things in the Annexation Era.”

The two professors expressed their opinions and the South Korean Comfort Women Mafia fascists beat them up just like the Nazi’s did in Hitler’s Germany.  Hitler’s opposition were silenced by brown shirt beatings.  Perhaps one day the good people in South Korea will rise up and stop these Comfort Women Mafia fascists to allow freedom of speech and freedom of expression.  See related links to articles below.

Disagreeing with the Comfort Women Mafia is free speech or placing a protective paper bag over the head of the Comfort Women statue is an act of freedom of expression.  Both of which are protected in many countries who claim to cherish freedom within their democracies.  Article 21 of the South Korean Constitution protects these freedoms, in part:

1 - All citizens shall enjoy freedom of speech and the press and enjoy freedom of assembly and association.
2 - Licensing or censorship of speech and the press, and licensing of assembly and association shall not be recognized.
3 - Facility standards of news services and broadcasts, and matters necessary to ensure the functions of newspapers shall be determined by Act.
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.

Notice it item number 4 “Should speech or the press violate the honor or rights of other persons, claims may be made for the damage resulting therefrom.”  Meaning if one’s exercise of free speech or expression offends anyone then a legal claim can be charged.  What kind of freedom is that?

With the ability to constitutionally suppress speech and expression does South Korea have a democracy or a want-to-be democracy?  It would serve the good people of South Korea to look across the Sea of Japan at Japan’s constitution in reference to free speech and expression:

Japanese Constitution, Article 21 which reads in part: 

“Freedom of assembly and association as well as speech, press and all other forms of expression are guaranteed.”

Very simple and very protected.  The Emperor system in Japan is nearly 2,700 years old; it is part of the Japanese DNA.  Yet there are Japanese groups who want to dispose the Emperor system, and as of date they have not faced legal charges or been beat up. 

Article about the two professors getting beat up for trying to enjoy free speech:

Wikipedia on An Byeong-jik:

Wikipedia on Lee Young-hoon:

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