The Korean People’s Army Mission at Panmunjom issued a statement on August 1 in regards of the US forces decision to set up a laboratory of biochemical weapons in south Korea under the so-called “Jupiter plan”, in order to research on toxic bacteria such as anthrax and botulinus which have very high lethality. According to … More Atrocities to Follow in the Steps of the United States New Biochemical Laboratory in South Korea
It is of high importance to all anti-imperialists all over the world to remember the Korean people’s victory against imperialism on July 27, 1953. The end of the Fatherland Liberation War and the signing of the armistice in the village of Panmunjom showed the strength and invincibility of the Korean People’s Army and the first … More Today 63 Years: The US Imperialists Lost Their War Against the Korean People
Korean Friendship Association Ireland is organising a picket in Belfast against the abduction of the 12 DPRK waitresses, that were orchestrated by the south Korean National Intelligence Service. The youngest of the abductees, Kyungah Suh, died after hunger strike by the hands of the south Korean authorities. This is a vital human rights issue! For … More Picket in Belfast: Return the Waitresses to People’s Korea!
Ko Hyon Chol, “defector” from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), were caught barehanded in the DPRK on May 27 when he tried to abduct two girls, eight- and nine-year-old respectively close to the border between the DPRK and south Korea. At a press conference, Ko accused South Korea’s National Intelligence Service of plotting … More South Korea Exposed in Another Attempt to Abduct DPRK Citizens
South Korea is the leading country when it comes to suicide among its population and it doesn’t seem to be going down. One may argue for that the high rate is due to the overrepresentation among the elderly. The reason why there is such a high level of suicide among older South Koreans are due … More Suicide in South Korea
Since the beginning of the US-occupation of south Korea, US soldiers have enjoyed privileges that ordinary south Koreans never had. From the end of World War II in 1945 until 1967, United States had unlimited power over many parts of the south Korean society and the judicial system were no exception. Up until 1967, south … More US soldiers are Overrepresented When it Comes to Crime
The Associated Press(AP) have written a shocking (yet not surprising) story. During the 1970’s and 1980’s daily torture and public beatings that lead to the death of at least 513 inmates (513 is the numbers that could be found in the Brothers Home archives, but the estimations are higher). The fascist dictator Park Chung Hee … More South Korea Covered up Mass Abuse, Torture and Killings as late as in the 1980’s