South Koreans don’t live in fear yet, of islam or their own government

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

10 Replies to “South Koreans don’t live in fear yet, of islam or their own government”

  1. I notice that the account #OnlineMagazin has been suspended. Pity. Actually I had no idea that there were so many muslims in South Korea.

  2. The police did not appear too happy with his requests to the muslims to leave.

    Maybe the “Diversity is our Strength” which is straight out of the Communist play book
    Is in South Korea too. Because these are the Protected Characterists of the lowest forms of humanity.

    A Simon Pegg look-alike with a failed history degree in the UK will hopefully pay back some of his student loan with the perpetuation of the Rich-Poor gap myth of causing the Revolution of Socialism:

    Everyone had the right to hit rock bottom, for that is the time to wake up. What is unexceptable is if there are Religious, Political or Sexual systems keeping you down as either prideful or resentful slaves. Power over the weak minds.

    It is this injustice, of keeping people debased, sane people denounce islam, Socialism and the Sexual Identities of look alikes and sound alikes. That those people who are not free imposing their chains of office onto others. The wage gap between feeders and obese, drug pusher and addicted, is obvious.

    Socialists are the idle dreamers; Communists are the ones who deliver “free stuff” in return for total control. With an impending calamity every five years.

    • The Declaration of Independence states: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

      Pride and Resentment are the opposites of Happiness.

  3. “Islam has a very small presence in South Korea. As recently as 2005, the religion section in the country’s census did not offer “Muslim” as a category. Currently, the number of Muslims in South Korea reportedly stands at roughly 200,000, or about 0.4 percent of the population.” via _ing

    I was a missionary there for a year half. Anywhere away from DaeGu was great. CheGuDo was a fun island too. Perhaps I will return, if America gets worse?

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