Monday, August 13, 2012

Betrayal! Infamy! Lee Myung-bak Betrays Dokdo

Japanese attack?
Just days after Lee Myung-bak – otherwise known as Tsukiyama Akihiro - visited Dokdo and said the Korean islands were worth someone else other than him dying for, the so-called President has betrayed Dokdo and its people in the most shocking and disgraceful way imaginable, in an act of treachery which surely marks a new low in low-life world of Seoul politics.

Not even daring to speak the words himself, Tsukiyama had a Cheong Wa Dae spokesman announce that the government of the weak and frightened mainlanders has decided not to fortify Dokdo by building a massive seawall around the islands or a 'research base' full of the latest medium-range missiles, saying that "Dokdo is just one of some 3,000 islands that are in our territory", ignoring the fact that Dokdo is the spiritual homeland of all Koreans and therefore by far its most important island.

Unbelievably for an administration which has just poisoned the entire nation's water supply through the Four Rivers Project which slowed down river flows and turned them into soups of green algae, Tsukiyama would now have the people of Korea believe that his betrayal of Dokdo is due to 'environmental concerns', even though when the National Institute of Environmental Research (NIER) warned last year that his Four Rivers Project would cause algae outbreaks and lasting environmental damage he completely ignored it.

Meanwhile, the hypocritical and cowardly politicians in Seoul have pressed ahead with a plan to build a wall around Seoul by 2015 to protect the capital and their real estate investments from foreign invasion, in a move typical of the untrustworthy and two-faced mainlanders, who are well known for promising you something in person and then breaking that promise the moment they are out of your sight, just as Tsukiyama has done with the people of Dokdo.

After the traitorous announcement, the Ministry of Journalism in Seoul moved quickly to use the media under its control to tell patriotic Koreans they shouldn't care that much about Dokdo after all, with the Chosun Ilbo – part of the CJD media triad – now running a story titled "Korea Needs to Remain Calm Over Dokdo", even though our inability to remain calm is a fundamental aspect of our unique culture. If we are suddenly to be 'be calm', what makes us any different from intellectually questionable foreigners?

The betrayal of Dokdo seems to be a direct and cowardly response to Japan's nuclear attack on Korea over the weekend, in which a brick showing low-level signs of radioactivity was thrown through the window of the South Korean consulate office in Hiroshima.

Shortly after he first landed on Dokdo, Tsukiyama had sought to put longstanding rumors over where his true loyalties lay to rest, by touching the Korean flag on the island made out of the provably-Korean rock. There had been a long-standing belief among those who questioned his Japanese origins that if the rock touched him it would burn his flesh. After it failed to do so, he went on to shake the hands of hundreds of the islands residents in Dokdo City.

After the announcement of his betrayal this morning there has been panic in the shops on the island as residents who met Tsukiyama scrambled to buy bottles of hand-sanitizer. A small part of the flag rock will now be broken off and rock-DNA tested to discover whether it is really fully Korean or some kind of Japanese false flag trick.

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