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May. 27  2018
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Brings South Korean and foreign 쐆uman right activists the possible process of peace on the peninsula to collapse?

It셲 clear, that in sensitive situations like now, activities like that can bring the whole process of multilateral dialogue with the DPRK to collapse and in the worst scenario the Korean Peninsula on the brink of war, many people here worry about.

Source  :  BASE21



by Christian / Base21 Media Activists
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While all world eyes will be on a hexagonal table in Beijing this Wednesday as the United States, the People’s Republic of China, South Korea and Russia start talks with North Korea to try to resolve the 10-month-old tension over the DPRK's (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea/North Korea) nuclear weapons program, a group of so-called human right activists clashed last Sunday in Deagu with North Korean journalists.
In a press release they announced last Friday that they plan to protest against DPRK’s human right violations during Universiade in the South Korean city Daegu.

So on Sunday a group of five North Korean reporters visiting South Korea to cover the world university games clashed with South Korean and foreign demonstrators denouncing North Korea and its leader, Kim Jong-il, in front of the Universiade Media Center.

Now the DPRK is urging the South Korean government to apologize for the latest anti-Pyeongyang protest in Daegu and punish those responsible for the incident.

The North also threatened to withdraw from the ongoing Daegu Universiade.
"South Korean authorities should offer an apology over yet another anti-Pyongyang protest, punish the criminals and provide a responsible guarantee that a similar incident will not occur," the Committee for Peaceful Unification of the Fatherland, the North's powerful quasi-party organization, said in a statement of DPRK’s Korean Central Broadcasting Station. On Friday, one week before, anti-DPRK protestors demanded regime change in Pyeongyang and burned North Korean flags (see the picture) in front of Seoul’s City Hall.

It’s clear, that in sensitive situations like now, activities like that can bring the whole process of multilateral dialogue with the DPRK to collapse and in the worst scenario the Korean Peninsula on the brink of war, many people here worry about. And these so-called human right activists said it many times very openly what they want: nothings less than “regime change”. So they stay in one row with the most reactionary politicians like Bush, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz.



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