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There has been fraud and unconstitutional acts in the 2012 South Korean Presidential Election in terms of South Korean National Election Commission counting votes illegally.
Many Korean demands for manual counting or even re-counting, which is their constitutional right. There are election rigging made by Progressive Programs that have been secretly used to fix the 2012 South Korean Presidential Election.
The graphs representing the voter turnout and the votes earned for Mr. Moon and Ms. Park, measured over time, were consistently smooth to have occurred in real life, which have been imply unlawful intervention. Only the graphs implied by the Formula of Logistic Function can produce such a beautiful, smooth curves.
Please Support the Korean People of Democracy with Free and Fair Election.
Thousands of pills filled with powdered human baby flesh discovered by customs officials in South Korea
More than 17,000 pills smuggled into country have been intercepted since last August. Pills viewed as a “miracle cure” for all ailments – but unsurprisingly they are harmful.
Thousands of pills filled with powdered human flesh have been discovered by customs officials in South Korea, it was revealed today.
The capsules are in demand because they are viewed as being a medicinal “cure-all”.
The grim trade is being run from China where corrupt medical staff are said to be tipping off medical companies when babies are aborted or delivered still-born.
Dead baby pills: This is ground baby powder which tests discovered is 99.7 per cent human last year. South Korean officials have stopped 17,000 dead baby pills being imported since last August
The tiny corpses are then bought, storedin household refrigerators in homes of those involved in the trade before they are removed and taken to clinics where they are placed in medical drying microwaves.
Once the skin is tinder dry, it is pummelled into powder and then processed into capsules along with herbs to disguise the true ingredients from health investigators and customs officers.
The discoveries since last August has shocked even hardened customs agents who have pledged to strengthen inspections.
Chinese officials are understood to have been aware of the trade and have tried to stop the capsules being exported but thousands of packets of them have been smuggled through to South Korea.
Duriban is a restaurant that served delicious bossam and kalguksu in Hongdae, DongGyo-Dong, Mapo district, Seoul until Christmas Eve, 2009. That day, all of the tenants of the area were forcefully evicted, except for Duriban's owner and a few supporters, who have been conducting a sit-in struggle in the building for more than 220 days now.
The redevelopment plan for the area aims to carry out “development” by forcefully evicting the tenants and without providing any compensation for their losses. Duriban's owner and supporters began their sit-in struggle with the single hope of continuing to operate the restaurant, thus resisting being completely run over by the unjust terms of the redevelopment plan.
In the early days of the sit-in, on December 26, 2009, the area's developer, GS construction corporation, under the guise of a phantom company, NamJeon DNC, illegally turned off the electricity in a frantic attempt to evict the tenants. Furthermore, the Korean Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) refused to do anything about it, even though KEPCO's basic supply contract guarantees electricity will not be cut without the explicit consent of the tenants. Instead, KEPCO has done nothing to restore electricity to Duriban, thereby violating its own contract with the public. After NamJeon DNC initially cut off the electricity, a nearby company began providing electricity to Duriban for humanitarian reasons. This company received constant threats from NamJeon DNC and thus stopped supplying electricity to Duriban on July 21. Since then, the struggle has carried on without electricity. Duriban's owner and supporters are now using only candles and limited solar power, but the dangers of fire and extreme heat (without air conditioning or fans), along with the impossibility of cooking food, are threatening the sit-in and their own survival.
The District Government Office in Mapo created the redevelopment plan for the area, thereby also generating the basic reason for the sit-in struggle to occur. Yet the District Government officials have idly stood by as the electricity at Duriban was illegally cut off. The Mapo District Office is simply pretending that it’s not their problem or responsibility, even though the redevelopment area falls directly under their jurisdiction. Recently, after the Duriban struggle participants conducted a sit-in inside the Mapo District Office itself for two weeks straight, the Office's director promised to negotiate between both sides and restore electricity to the building. In the end though, it became clear that this promise was all just superficial rhetoric after the director clarified that they would only supply an electricity generator, but with no fuel for operating it. And this clarification was only made after the Duriban struggle participants agreed to end their sit-in at the District Office! Now, in the midst of the darkness and intense heat at Duriban, a deep sense of betrayal remains for the restaurant's owner and supporters.
A heart wrenching video
Laws are not strictly enforced in South Korea and some portions of South Korean population still consume dog meat. The primary dog breed raised for meat, the Nureongi (누렁이), or Hwangu (황구; 黃狗). In March 2009, an article in the Korea Times reported that some 9,000 tons are being served at about 6,500 establishments across the country annually.
The world has watched as South Korea has moved from dictatorship toward democracy, over the last half a century at great cost. However, democracy, including incredible advances made in the culture and media sectors, has suffered serious damage in South Korea under the Lee Myung-bak regime. This damage has been inflected by way of unilateral passage of new media and news laws, the Grand National Party's (GNP) and conservative newspapers' attempt to take-over of public broadcasting and the evening news in particular, and the replacement of major broadcasting networks' executives with pro-government figure. Furthermore, a principle of checks-and-balances among the executive, the legislative, and the judicial branches of the government has been repeatedly violated and weakened the legitimacy of democratic governance.
South Korea in the past two years has been witness to the use of the Public Prosecutor's Office to detain and question journalists critical of the government, infringing on the professional autonomy of rank-and-file reporters and threatening the development of a free and independent press. In addition, the National Tax Service has been used to mobilize politically-motivated institutional audits, while various ministries have been involved in the revocation of NGO licenses and contracts, forced personnel changes, budget cuts, imposition of a real name registration system, pressing of charges of national security violations, and investigations into family members of media movement activists and cultural sector leaders that have been classified as "Born in the Time of DJ (Kim Dae-jung), and Raised by Roh Moo-hyun."
During the past year there have been several forced resignations and/or illegal firings, many of which the Seoul Administrative Court has determined have been illegal but not reversible. While the list is extensive and include the massive personnel and budget cuts at both South Korea's Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the NHRCK that violates the latter's autonomy outlined and protected under Article 10 of the Constitution, notable incidents include:
* Arts Council Korea (ARKO) Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Kim Jung-heun
* National Museum of Contemporary Art Director Kim Yoon-soo
* Korean National University of Arts President Hwang Ji-woo
* KBS President Jung Yun-joo
* KBS Director Shin Tae-seop
* National Human Rights Commission of Korea (NHRCK) Chairperson Ahn Kyung-whan
There have also been:
* many resignations made under political protest of four MBC Board of Directors members and media personality Kim Je-dong
* the parachute appointment of the YTN president
* the defunding of Migrant Worker TV
* the defunding of the Seoul Human Rights Film Festival hosted by Sarangbang
* defunding of RTV (national public access satellite cable channel/ a must-carry channel that launched in 2007)
* an attack on Article 38 of the Broadcast Law stipulating that funds are to be used for supporting viewer-produced programs and providing broadcast access to those otherwise excluded from the mainstream
* shut-down of Indie-Space
These and numerous other instances that suggest consequences of a democracy that is taking backward steps in South Korea have been drawing international attention, including from:
* Experts serving on the United Nations (UN) Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR)
* Reporters without Borders (Reporters sans frontieres, RSF) (According to its 2009 World Press Freedom index, South Korea has dropped 30 places in the past year under President Lee)
* Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ)
* Amnesty International
* International Coordinating Committee (ICC) of National Institutions for the Promotion and Protection Human Rights
* Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions
* Asia Human Rights Commission & a Statement From Professors In North America Concerned About Korean Democracy.
In addition to calls being made to KOFIC at (02)958-7521 or 02-9587-526 and emails being sent to firstname.lastname@example.org ...
One morning on her way to school, Na-Young was dragged to a public toilet by a 50 year old man. He was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the incident, according to information from the police department. She was beaten and strangled, then violently raped and sexually tortured.
After that was done, in an attempt to destroy the evidence, he then inserted a pump (used for blocked toilets) into her anus in attempt to extract his semen which led to severe ruptures in her large intestines. Then, he tried to push the organs back inside her using the long stick of the pump. During this process, he completelydamaged her genital organs.
He then flushed her blood and other traces of her organs down the toilet, washed her and made her sit upright. After having another intercourse with her, he ran away leaving Na-Young to die.
This 57-year-old man was only sentenced to 12 years in jail.
With this online petition, we hope to get the Korean government to review this case and give a heavier sentence to the perpetrator.
If you feel outraged by this case, please sign this petition to help Na Young gets the justice she deserves.
Perhaps, with just this simple gesture, Na Young and her family might be able to lead their lives in a better way, knowing that there are people out there who care for them.
Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, two games which have been released in Europe, North America, and Japan. However, South Korea has banned the two games for "cruelty and violence".
"Cruelty and Violence"? Better yet in South Korea they eat dogs and cats. It's considered cruel in the US yet they eat dogs? Also, the games have NOTHING to do with North Korea. Unless there endorsed by Kim Jong II, then politically, there is no point in banning the games. And if South Korea is a democracy, then why are these games banned?
If you think playing Grand Theft Auto is cruel, then what about eating dogs and cats? Now thats 100x more cruel then playing GTA. If South Korea continues to keep the ban, then ban eating cats and dogs. And tell Rockstar not to sell GTA SA, GTA LCS, GTA VCS, and GTA IV (GTA games that are legally selled in the region) in South Korea. It's a disgrace to democracy.
In the 56 years of overseas South Korean adoption, the South Korean government has talked about these invested parties, attempting to represent their best interests. However, the South Korean government has yet to work *with* them on the very processes that irrevocably affect their lives.
Based on reports from the WSPAUSA, I can see that the industry of Bear Bile is one of the most cruel industries I have learned of. There must be some other medicines that can cure what is supposed to be curing right one. Please use your political power to save these beautiful animals.
Yu-Gi-Oh cards are same as gambling. The prices are unaffordable, and Yu-Gi-Oh is making a huge profit, which is from allowances from children and countless dollars from teenagers and even adults.
The story is not over yet. The cards come in an enclosed pack where the chances to get "good cards" are completely random.
As a result, people invest thousands of dollars on stupid pieces of paper junk.
For 60 years Korea has been separated on the 38 parallel. But in spirit the Korean family is not separated!
Korea is a country that has many problems: by the japanese, by the chinese, etc.... but the Korean people are strong, intelligent, and very good people!
If you sign please also do something extra for Korea like:
- buy Koran goods;
- visit Korea;
- learn about Koran culture.
Please help the Korean people for peace in the world!
In South Korea, dogs are continuously murdered and tortured to extents that you can not imagine. They are put into cages where there is so little room, that they can not move or stand. Then they wait for sometimes days or weeks, with no food or water AT ALL, until they are dragged out of the cage, and murdered!
The evil people who do this do not even do it in a humane way, they just simply put a tin can over their mouth to make them easier to handle, then they grab their delicate legs and pull them back over and tie them at their backs. This dislocates their limbs, and the are hung up and left to die slowly so they are fresher for the customers to eat!
Please have a look at the pictures and have the heart to sign this and send it to as many friends as you can! Thanks.
This petition will be sent to the South Koreans Government, but to do this i need 1000 signatures.
The Korean government is going ahead with their plan of legitimizing the dog meat trade through the introduction of a policy on the hygienic control of the dog meat trade.
source of info: http://www.koreananimals.org/
School started on 29 August 2006 with students enrolled in both Yongsan and Han Nam SAS After-School Programs.
On 8 September 2006, a closure notice was sent out for the Han Nam Village SAS After-School Program effective 22 September 2006 with no directed transition schedule.
A closure postponement is suggested, and a meeting with the Han Nam SAS parents and the SAS Director in order to coordinate a transition schedule prior to children being displaced, address safety concerns, educational impact, and review the integration plan developed for this program change.
My petition is to stop animal cruelty in south Korea, and to stop them because it is against the law. It needs to come to an end! Please help me.
I am giong to send the amount of signatures I get to the president once a month and hopefully he will make it illegal in the US, and possibly confince the forgein contries to stop. Please sign my petition.
By the 1970s, commercial whaling had caused 8 out of the 10 great whale species to be commercially extinct. The International Whaling Commission's (IWC's) ban on commercial whaling went into effect in 1986. Since then, pro-whaling countries have been trying to lift the ban and continue to kill whales by using exceptions to the ban.
Most species of whales are still endangered and there is no humane way to kill a whale. Whales suffer horrible and often prolonged deaths due to brutal and unreliable killing methods used by whalers. They also suffer from being caught in fishing nets of commercial fisheries targeting other species. Instead of making an effort to safely release them, they are brought onboard to die and to be sold for human consumption.
The annual IWC meeting will be held in Ulsan, South Korea in 2005. South Korea has voted against protecting whales. Please sign this petition to let your government know that South Koreans care about whales and about animal welfare and want them to vote in favor of protecting these magnificent animals.
We are trying to stop the brutal slaying of dogs and cats in South Korea, (hanging, blow-torching, boiling dogs and cats alive, skinning alive and electrocution). These animals are caged night and day in small cages with no room to move, defecate, breath, some are dead and rigomortified under others.
Some dogs are still alive when they come out of the whirlpool of boiling water and to finish them off they are blowtorched to remove the rest of their fur. Cats are beaten to death in sack to make cat soup.
South Korea does have an Animal Protection Law 1991 but the government turns a blind eye and let these poor animals be killed in cruel inhumane ways. There are over 6000 resturants in South Korea that have dog and cat on the menu. 2 million dogs and cats are killed inhumanely each year to satisfy the need to eat dogs and cats. This must be stopped, no more pain for these animals.
Korean Government now is trying to legalise dogmeat trade through proposed "Hygienic Controls"
We refuse to support South Korea in its business, products and visit South Korea till animals laws are enforced and action is taken to stop this cruelty.
The Korea animal protection society [kaps] is the first organization in Korea dedicated to preventing cruelty to animals and educating people about animals.
The animal protection society was founded in feb 1990 through the efforts of kaps director Sunnan Kum. Kyenan Kum, Sunnans sister is an accomplished painter! She is also founder and director of the international aid for Korean animals.
Signing this petition will help to enforce laws in Korea to put a ban on cat soup and dog meat. So please sign! Sincere thanks to April Doney, an animal protection society member.