GFTUK supports S Korean people's struggle

STATEMENT
By GFTUK CC Spokesperson

A spokesman for the Central Committee of the General Federation of Trade Unions of Korea issued a statement on Friday:

The actions of workers and people of other strata against the south Korean group of traitors' wholesale fascist crackdown upon the progressive democratic forces and its moves to revive "the yusin" dictatorship are now mounting like an active volcano.

Extremely taken aback by these actions, the puppet group is hurling more than 10 000 police force into brutally cracking down upon participants in peaceful demonstrations with water cannons. But organizations of workers and people of other strata are intensifying their protest actions against this suppression.

The resistance of the people is an eruption of the pent-up grudge and resentment at the remnants of "yusin" and the Park Geun Hye regime working with blood shot eyes to bring back the most evil era of "yusin" dictatorship to south Korea in total disregard of elementary democratic demands.

No repressive regimes in south Korea kicked up such indiscriminate repressive campaign against the labor movement and progressive democratic forces to get rid of the worst ruling crisis, bringing to light their true colors as fascist ones as the present conservative regime.

The south Korean puppet forces have gone desperate in their moves to violate democracy and revive "yusin" dictatorship despite the strong denunciation of the public at home and abroad. This is aimed to nip in the bud progress and democracy in south Korea and thus prop up the pro-U.S. unpopular ruling system and lay a foundation for their long-term office.

It is shame and disaster for the nation that "yusin" dictatorship is being revived in south Korea though it was sternly punished by the popular masses decades ago.

The working class in the north will positively support the workers and other people in the south in their sacred struggle for a democratic new society and genuine new life..

(KCNA - November 22, 2013)

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