Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Calling One Free Korea, calling One Free Korea

South Korea is asking for a flag seized by the U.S. Marines during a brief skirmish in 1871 (Baltimore Sun). It is the latest flap between South Korea and the United States, driven in large part by a South Korean "nationalism" that only seems to go in one direction (as I noted earlier in this Epoch Times column).

What really struck me, however, was the comments of Thomas Duvernay, a Handong Global University (Phoang, South Korea) Professor (emphasis added): "Here's an object that would be of great value here in Korea, and South Korea is probably the United States' best friend in Asia."

This fellow practically begs for a put down by fellow CFBA Member One Free Korea.

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