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toad
28th December 2013, 23:48
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A series of different protests as well as a mass strike organized by labor groups rocked South Korea on December 28, 2013.

From noon till late at night, about 100,000 citizens and labor workers angrily demonstrated against the current government's election manipulation scandal and clampdowns on labor groups as well as moves toward privatization of the nation's railway system, though the administration denies such claims. Some observers are calling the outbreak of demonstrations proof that public anger has nearly “reached its boiling point” [ko].

Although it failed to reach its goal of one million participants, more than 100,000 [ko] were reported to be present till late afternoon. Although police estimate the total number barely reached 20,000, some disputed the number by pointing out that 13,000 riot police were mobilized for the event.

One image making the rounds online purportedly of the strike turned out to actually be from 2010. Nevertheless, plenty of dramatic photos showing the scale of the main protest in Seoul Plaza circulated the web:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BcjjDJcCQAAOJNu.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bcjj16UCQAAlBUd.jpg

http://globalvoicesonline.org/2013/12/28/photos-100000-south-koreans-protest-election-scandal-labor-clampdown/

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BcjOze1CYAAUYzr.jpg

Lovespot
29th December 2013, 15:00
Seems like the poster of the article is saying that the first image is from 2010...

Bob
29th December 2013, 20:32
this is a current article from Korea

http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20131229000261

The Korea Herald > National > Social affairs

http://res.heraldm.com/content/image/2013/12/29/20131229000293_0.jpg -- jpg says 2013 dec 29th in this one

"As of Sunday, about 32.5 percent of KORAIL’s 20,473 employees were still on strike, cutting the train operation rate to 70 percent capacity for the second week."

"Thousands of rail workers and supporters rallied in central Seoul and marched into the streets on Saturday." (not 100,000s)

(A Forum member who lives south of Seoul said to me about 15 minutes ago, the media IS downplaying this.)

Robin
29th December 2013, 22:34
For what it's worth, I talked with my "friend" who works in the Navy this past July. He confirmed many of my suspicions, and confirmed much of the corruption going on in the world, including the existence of ETs. He even told me that he saw the stargate in the Guld of Aden...

We were both tipsy at a wedding when we were talking, and he was obviously very relectant to tell me anything. What was clear to me was that he was scared and afraid he would be overheard...so he was careful about saying anything. He is pretty deep in the Navy, so he knows a lot more than the average soldier.

At the end of the night I asked him: What the heck is going on in North Korea?

His response to me was: North Korea doesn't matter. It's South Korea you should be worried about...

When he told me this, there was intense sincerity and fright in his eyes.

Unfortunately, he didn't elaborate, so I don't know anything else. For all I know he purposely gave me disinformation...but I think he was sincere. Make of this what you will.

WhiteFeather
29th December 2013, 22:41
If so true.......IMO and thoughts on the matter is South Korea is controlled by the global banking system im sure. Quite Perhaps the elite entitys are trying to pull the wool over the eyes of the south koreans. Rigging the vote towards an Elite entity to run south korea within its ponzi scheme. I assume they are aware of the rigged voting game the elites are playing and arent thrilled of what Ass Clown they want to be in charge. Just a thought peeps.