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  • ross1948 10:27 on August 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1965 kudeta, , , Korea, , , , Republic of China,   

    Send Them Home, Not To Beijing’s Despotism! 

    If a South Korean steps out of line in a foreign country, he or she would quite rightly risk deportation.



    To South Korea, NOT North Korea.

    It’s hard to imagine any argument which might be adduced to justify deportation of anyone to the hideous tyranny that rules from Pyongyang.



    Yet this very month we read that Indonesia has deported Taiwanese law-breakers to Red China, where, as the recent shameful treatment of that dissident exemplified –Liu Xiaobo: China’s most prominent dissident dies – BBC News – justice is not something that is often to be seen or heard.

    Taiwan’s foreign ministry said its deported nationals were among over 140 Chinese and Taiwanese suspects arrested in raids on July 29 in various locations including Jakarta, the city of Surabaya and on the resort island of Bali. 


    Red China, an imperialist dictatorship


    In a statement the ministry said Jakarta had ignored Taipei’s request that the Taiwanese suspects be returned to the island and instead sent them on Thursday to the mainland cities of Chengdu and Tianjin.  http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/08/03/taiwan-protests-indonesia-deportations-of-suspects-to-china-.html

    If these guys are guilty, or not, they should be dealt with here in Indonesia, or deported to their own country.

    And all the more so because the police and courts there are answerable to the people, in stark contrast to the situation on the mainland…



    …where an unelected communist dictatorship continues to cower from free elections and dispenses marxist ‘justice’ which, in every country ever ruled by marxists, has been shown to be no justice at all.

    Indonesia, of all countries, should be fully aware of the nature of Beijing’s ruling class.

    It was the interception of Red China’s despatch of thousands of guns to the traitorous PKI (Indonesian Communist Party) back in 1965…



    ….which fully opened the eyes of Indonesian patriots to the threat of red take-over.

    Nowadays Mao’s heirs may wear suits and smiles as they impose their will on the Chinese people, but they have never repudiated the monstrous Mao as their inspiration. The Communist Party fist remains tightly closed on the reins of control.

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    Yet Taiwanese, citizens of the Republic of China, not the so-called ”People’s Republic,” are nevertheless handed over to that closed fist?

    One can only hope this deportation policy will be reviewed and that it is not being operated as a means of promoting commercial links with the larger market which economic advisers perceive.

  • ross1948 14:34 on May 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Korea, , ,   

    Korea – Might Monarchy Be Better Than A ‘Human Rights Lawyer?’ 

    Just about to hit the pit last night when I saw the President Elect of South Korea being feted by a band playing ‘Land of Hope and Glory!’


    Hasil gambar untuk korea president moon


    This pleasing sound helped assuage my concerns abut what might lie in store under President Moon Jae-In, but only a little! 

    Readers will know, and, I hope, share, my general prejudice against lawyers in general…

    • I’ve referred before to the splendid joke told by a character played by the late, great Robin Williams in a film a few years ago.
    • He was talking about the reasons why research laboratories were allegedly contemplating using lawyers instead of rats.


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    •  The lab assistants were becoming very attached to their little rats. This emotional involvement was interfering with the research being conducted. No such attachment could form for a lawyer…AND   …. There are some things even a rat won’t do!.
    • ———-

    …and ‘human rights lawyers’ in particular.

    Still, one can only pray that the new leader is nothing like his name-sake, that oily weasel who ran the UN for several years.

    North Korea’s red despotism is a serious threat, with nuclear weapons, and if the South were so ill-advised as to adopt Ban Ki Moon’s pusillanimous policies…


    Ban Ki Moon

    No military solution to boat migrant crisis: U.N. chief to paper

    No military solution’ to Ukraine crisis, UN chief BanKimoonwarns …

    No military solution will settle the Syrian crisis – Kimoon


    …then if Communist tanks came rolling southwards, that twat would probably roll over and ask the reds to scratch his belly!

    However, my knowledge of South Korea politics is minimal.

    If asked to suggest a solution to the conflict on the divided peninsula, my preferred outcome would be reunification under a restored Korean constitutional monarchy, with an emperor, like those who once reigned, until the Japanese intruded and reduced the poor country to colonial status in 1910.


    Hasil gambar untuk korea


    Imperial restoration … Yes 41% – No 23%

    This idea seems to be not without support, at least when the last survey was taken in 2010.  

    South Korean Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said on Tuesday that the Korean people are still in favor of restoring the empire’s royal family.


  • ross1948 00:26 on August 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , DN Aidit, , Kim Jon Il, Korea, , Rahmawati Soekarnopoetri, Sukarno Center   

    PKI Commissar Aidit – Proud of the Sukarno Center? 

    Disgusting to see that any Indonesian would heap praise on the world’s worst tyrant.

    Okay, that title is open to dispute.

    The Castro Brothers might be in the running for that accolade, and the bloody beast who runs ISIS Land is doing his satanic worst to claim the title.

    But the marxist monster in Pyongyang is evil enough.

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    Certainly, that sad little outfit is representative of nobody but its boss, Rachmawati Soekarnopoetri, and her pinko fan club. 

    This fanatical old woman is one of the children of President Soekarno, Indonesia’s first president, but has no serious influence here. The Reds of the Indonesian Communist Party, the PKI, were routed fifty years ago and there’s little sign of a come-back.


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    • —————————————–
    • The PKI boss, D N Aidit, back in 1965, was taken out – to no signs of public distress – during the mopping-up operations after his party failed to seize power.

    But I guess Rahmawati reads his speeches still, because he specifically held up North Korea as the place he’d most like Indonesia to resemble, if his gang of totalitarian hypocrites had succeeded in their kudeta.

    In whatever corner of Hell is reserved for Reds, he’ll be proud of what this clique has done this week.

    Enough said.


    Let’s just hope that even the oldest of our readership will live to see Kim share the fate of Aidit, and Ceausescu, and every other rotten commie who ever got what was coming to him.


  • ross1948 00:11 on December 30, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , foul-mouths, Korea, The Interview   

    “The Interview” – Contraction of “Insult Viewers’ Intelligence?” 

    Yes, like most of you by now, we watched The Interview – though where we watched it was probably nicer than where many of you watched it, Bali on a balmy evening!

    Given almost everything I’ve ever said about North Korea, you might have expected me to laud it to the skies, the story of a red tyrant being blown up and his enslaved country immediately convulsed by revolution.




    Sorry. It was cr@p!

    The two buffoons who ‘starred’ in this trashy flick may have thespian skills, but if so, how come they consented to be cast as foul-mouthed morons whose language was so spattered with filth that one suspects any real-life versions would need to carry toilet-paper in their pockets to wipe their gross gobs every time they spoke?

    As I have said before, most men swear, but A not in this obsessive-compulsive and disgusting way and B not non-stop.

    As for Obama’s posturing, hard to believe any serious commitment to freedom of film-making from that slimy cur. Has everybody forgotten how he crawled on his belly to dissociate himself from that pathetic little video which upset the jihadist jerks a year or two back?

    Five of viewed it and we all have different senses of humour and political views. Nobody thought it was worth the time or effort – I even nodded off for five minutes ( boredom, not booze, before you interject calumnies!)



    Now let’s have a movie about taking out the Castros and liberating Cuba. I dare say Obama would not enjoy that any more than we enjoyed The Interview.

    Oooops! Looks like there must be one out there somewhere! http://gizmodo.com/5688892/this-is-the-scene-that-shows-fidels-brains-blowing-off




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