Statement on the DDOS attack and temporary KFA email

As the whole organisation of the Korean Friendship Association has been affected by a vicious DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack where no one have had the possibility to access the official KFA and DPRK site korea-dpr.com, which is for the moment replaced by korea-dpr.info.

At this stage everything points to that the attack is initiated by interests within the US government as our European-based email service provider has been forced and pressured by the US to not let us be able to send emails from the official KFA emails to email services from US companies, such as Microsoft Outlook, Yahoo, Google Mail(gmail) etc. The DDOS attack and the limitations of our email service has been very simultaneous.

Our temporary email from now on is kfaireland@outlook.com.

The imperialists are talking nice about democracy and freedom of speech, but when it comes to the DPRK and the friends of the only socialist country in the world, the very same rights doesn’t apply to us. That’s something that we have known for a long time and this is not the first time that the imperialists are trying to suppress any movement who they see as a threat, even when they don’t pose any threat to the imperialist´s existence(for example when the liberal Occupy Wall Street was brutally suppressed by police brutality).

The Dear Leader Kim Jong Il said it very well – I am the object of criticism around the world. But I think that since I am being discussed, then I am on the right track.

Whenever the imperialists have tried to crush us and bring us down, we have always walked out stronger.

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