Friday, June 4, 2010

What the delusion 2?!?!?

I thought Koreans had their head in the arses in my post on the sinking of the Cheonan. They just want to deny reality. They don't want to admit that North Korea is the enemy. North Korea has attacked them pretty much yearly in one way or another. They either excuse it away or pretend the bad behviour hasn't happened. I knew it was bad but I didn't know it was THIS bad.

I was reading an article on ROK Drop about the new outdoor exhibit at the War Museum in Seoul. It is a replica of the naval ship sunk by the North Koreans in 2002. Six sailors were murdered by the North in that attack. Eighteen others were wounded. Nice gesture of remembrance.

Then I followed a link to an article on how South Korea, especially the government, is FORGETTING the West Sea naval Battle of 2002.

This tragedy of the murdered sailors was bad enough for those left behind, but to make matters worse for the victims and their families, the South Korean government did everything possible to keep the grieving families quiet because they did not want to upset the Sunshine Policy with North Korea. So while politicians in the Korean government encouraged anti-Americanism in the aftermath of the US Army armored vehicle accident that killed two Korean school girls earlier in June 2002, the Korean government in turn did nothing to address the premeditated murder of six ROK sailors by the North Koreans.

The government even told the families to be quiet about the incident and sent no flag officers to attend a memorial ceremony or even offer any condolescences. USFK however did send representatives to the ceremony and USFK Commander General LaPorte offered the families his condolescences.

You need to read the full article. It left me pretty disgusted with how the survivors were treated, and the dead. Koreans need to get their heads out of their asses and see what reality is like. The one blood one people line is so much bull shit. North Korea has and will kill South Koreans. Putting on blinders makes wonder if the South deserves a rude awakening or not.

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