Proper Duty - Manipulative Politics: The politics of President Roh, Moo-Hyun who committed chemical terrorism against a terror victim and tries to accuse him of being anti-government.
The elderly driver says, “The world has to turn upside down,” for the purpose
of starting a conspiracy. A typical word game played by secret agents that I
have heard many times since my college years. It would be better to watch a
third class drama than this. A third class drama would cost just a little time
and money, but these errands men want the life, flesh, and blood of a human.
Although Director of National Intelligence Service Kim Seung-Kyu served as
Minister of Justice, his manipulative politics is not much different from the
gangster politics that I witnessed in Brussels.
Is it justice to oppress the terror victim by accusing him of being anti-government, rather than to deal with terrorism? It reminds me of those who tried to force President Kim Dae-Jung’s political beliefs on me, to see how they use oppression as a political means while they are speaking of democracy on the other hand. Is this advanced democracy? Or is this mass propaganda democracy?
“We have to get rid of exclusive and privileged
‘gangster culture’ remaining in our political power”, President Roh, Moo-Hyun
This is the disappointing proper duty of Director of National
President Roh, Moo-Hyun who says that terrorism should be counteracted with determination, and Minister of Justice Chun, Jung-Bae should correct the vicious circle of political oppression and terrorism.
Oct 29, 2005