Wednesday, July 19, 2017

CCNR Supports S. Koreans Struggle for Dissolving Pro-U.S. Conservative Party

A spokesman for the Consultative Council for National Reconciliation (CCNR) released a statement on Monday over the brisk mass campaign in south Korea for dissolving the "Liberal Korea Party", a pro-U.S. conservative party and leftover from the "yusin" fascist dictatorship.
South Koreans of various circles including workers, peasants, youths, students and even housewives have turned out in actions, demanding the immediate dissolution of the "Liberal Korea Party", a pack of pro-U.S., pro-Japanese lackeys and traitors bringing the danger of war through hideous confrontation with the compatriots in the north, the statement said, and went on:
The campaign has rapidly spilled over into even areas of Kyongsang Province and Taegu called fortress of conservatives.
The campaign is just a righteous struggle to achieve independence, justice and democracy without fail by sweeping away sycophancy toward the U.S., confrontation with compatriots in the north and fascist dictatorship, the source of trouble, misfortune and pain in the south Korean society.
The "Liberal Korea Party" is definitely a primary target on the list of evils that should be eliminated.
It is a disgrace to the nation that the coteries of the LKP made up of hideous confrontation maniacs and hooligans that should be sternly punished by the public like traitor Park Geun Hye are still going scot-free. It is the mindset of the angry public not to allow them to go with impunity any longer.

Neither true national reconciliation, unity and reunification nor independence and democracy of the south Korean society are possible as long as the ultra-right conservative remnants including the "Liberal Korea Party", hell-bent on confrontation with the compatriots in the north, fascist dictatorship and sycophancy to the U.S., are allowed to be at large. 

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