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Protest Demanding Special Law for Sewol Disaster Inquiry (July 19, 2014)

  • President Park Geun-Hye and her government’s have been bitterly criticised for their response to the Sewol disaster, which stunned the entire country. and a recent report by the state auditor said the sinking was a “man-made disaster” created by negligence, corruption and greed.
  • 5:00 pm,  Over 35 thousand gathered to protest against President Park Geun-Hye and her administration’s handling of the Sewol ferry disaster. 
  • Citizens are holding banners which say “Park Guen Hye OUT and  Arrest Lee Myung-bak!” in front of the police.
  • One- person protest is constitutionally guaranteed rights, but police did the illegal activity.
  • Citizens should resist against unlawful oppression by South Korea police.

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in Yeoido, where i work, “conservative groups” are holding rallies DENOUNCING the families of the Sewol ferry disaster. they hold pickets like “It’s not like they died while protecting the country” or “Get over it already”

these people operate on government funds, because the government doesn’t want to deal with the disaster or take responsibility.

oh, and remember that old lady who played the role of a grieving family member on national TV with Dear Leader? 


does she look like one of these picketers telling families to shut up and go home? does she?


you’re a fucking commie.