Friday, 10 April 2015

UK Marches Against South Korean Puppet Regime!

Britain-based friends and comrades of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea held a mass action outside the London embassy of the fascist, puppet regime of the so-called Republic of Korea last month. Here you can see them in action.

That looks like One Brewer's Green in the background. I wonder what Labour Party staff thought when they stumbled upon this living expression of workers' movement solidarity with People's Korea?

According to the press release reporting on the event, there were attendees from the "New Communist Party of Britain, the British Association for the Study of Songun Policy, the British Group for the Study of the Juche Idea, the Korean Friendship Association UK and the Korean Friendship Association headquartered in Spain and citizens." Looking at the turnout, there were probably more organisations present than protesters - though I was pleased to see revolutionary inflation alive and well when the lead spokesman indicated there were "13, 14, 15 present".

H/T adamcathcart and @moonbootica


howard fuller said...

Not very catchy tune is it?

vox said...

Down with this kind of thing..

Careful now..

Phil said...

I know about the Juche Idea, but what's Songun Policy when it's at home?

Phil said...

It means military first, if I recall rightly. Some reflections on that here from a couple of years ago when war was looking like a possibility.