Leader of the Anti-Foreigner Spectrum 42-year-old Kim, whose dedication to the fatherland has been so great over the years he hasn't had time to date or marry, explained how some stupid foreigners had deliberately used the group's gestures of friendship to present a false picture of its activities and beliefs. "We followed many native-English teachers all over Seoul just to try and be friends, but they wouldn't talk to us. We took pictures of them constantly hoping they would smile. We went through their trash to make sure they hadn't thrown anything away accidentally – yet all these job and women takers have done is accuse us of harassment." he told us.
Yet despite the unwillingness of these immigrants to be helped, the Anti-Foreigner Spectrum has made a great deal of progress domestically since the group was founded several years ago. Today, as a secret unit of the National Police Agency, the group plays a formal role in developing policy at the national level and it enjoys political and legal protection for its actions which are in the best interests of Korea. It's a long way from the earliest days of the group's history when members almost chose to name it 'Kill White in Korea'. Kim admits that some of his members' views in those days were unacceptable "Back then the experience of the Hutus in Rwanda was still fairly recent and homeland-loving Korean citizens thought anything was possible, but it would have been a lot of work, and unlike the Africans we have jobs to go to in the morning."
Kim hopes the senseless attacks on the Anti-Foreigner Spectrum by foreigners and their foreign media will end "we're very sensitive about it, it's very upsetting and I think it would be better if they stopped before someone gets hurt."
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