South Korea suppresses trade unions

By Society for Measures against Human Rights Abuses in South Korea Spokesperson

A spokesman for the Society for Measures against Human Rights Abuses in south Korea Saturday made public a statement in denunciation of the fascist suppression of the people including railway workers by the south Korean puppet regime:

The struggle of south Korean workers including the railway trade unionists is the righteous struggle to protect vital rights, elementary human rights.

Reneging on the commitment not to privatize the railway service, the puppet group termed the just struggle of workers against privatization an "illegal act" and threatened to "cope with it by law and on principle", not content with pursuing pro-plutocrats policy. 

Even the chief executive of south Korea spitefully talked about "tough countermeasure".

The regime harshly suppressed the strike of the workers for vital rights and hurled thousands of armed policemen to putting down the strike just like waging a military operation. 

The fascist suppression revealed the despicable nature and true colors of the group of Park Geun Hye as the descendant of "yusin" dictator and vicious human rights abuser.

Those resorting to the fascist and iron rule going against people's mindset are bound to face destruction.

The puppet regime should stop at once the fascist suppression and ensure vital rights for the people if it does not want to follow in the footsteps of the predecessors who met miserable ends for running amuck in fascist oppression.

The Society for Measures against Human Rights Abuses in south Korea calls upon foreign human rights organizations and international bodies valuing justice and conscience to raise the voice of denouncing the suppression by the fascist clique, and express positive support and solidarity with the just struggle of the south Korean people for vital rights and democracy of society. 

(KCNA - December 28, 2013) 

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