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  • Korea: A Different View -----------
    the Soviet Union regarding the process which would establish a unified neutral Korea Disagreeing with Soviet proposals and refusing further talks the US military government allowed its trusted local Quisling Synghman Rhee to organize fake elections for an assembly of delegates who would write a constitution of the proposed Republic of Korea ROK a South Korean state whose existence would cement partition In quick well planned steps taken by Syngman Rhee and his right wing followers phony national elections were organized and Syngman Rhee was elected President An election result of 98 percent for Syngman Rhee says everything about the free and fair character of this election process a free and fair quality attested by the United Nations team in the Southern part of the country at the behest of the US government and welcomed by the Truman administration Even before the elections the peasant uprising on Cheju do had begun due to the fact that anti election protests by the inhabitants of the island were gunned down The American military commander on Cheju do described the island as a red island When more and more uprisings followed in many parts of the South Korean mainland the Americans should have called these regions red regions and Southern Korea a red land But of course even on Cheju do there were landlords wealthy merchants and hated police officers who had already served the Japanese well when it was necessary to suppress the people Like the North the South was split along ideological and class lines The majority as elsewhere was poor And of this vast majority a large part was no longer apathetic but ready to revolt It must be clear that the overwhelming election victory of Syngman Rhee s party was due to the fact that dedicated nationalist and leftists and most poor peasants and workers abstained as their party the South Korean Worker s Party had avised them to do When the election proceeded both revolts and arrests as well as executions of South Korean Worker s Party members of trade unionists of activists organizing peasants into peasant associations were already under way Just like the repressed Left in the South did not recognize the elections and the establishment of an American protectorate the ROK the Korean Workers Party in the North of what was still one undivided country did not recognize Syngman Rhee as president of a Republic of Korea nor the new republic But then prodded by the American government a majority of members of the United Nations voted in favor of recognition of South Korea as a state and its acceptance as member of the United Nations The Soviet Military Government in the Northern occupation zone followed suit and asked the leadership of the Korean Workers Party to hold elections in the North and establish what was called a Democratic People s Republic It is assumed by most historians that the Korean Workers Party in the North followed either the Chinese or the Soviet Russian model Both paradigms were based on a theoretical paradigm usually described as democratic centralism It seems that this principle allowed a fair measure of intra party democracy in the Chinese case at least during the anti KMT and anti Japanese struggle up to 1949 although the principles and concrete forms were different from those in liberal democracies In Soviet Russia intraparty democracy had been subverted beginning with Lenin s taboo to form factions within the party Even temporary factons were not allowed which curtailed free intra party debate When the Korean war started the North saw it as a civil war waged between parts of the Korean population split along class lines This was at least not entirely wrong Landlords had very largely fled the North due to their disapproval of peasant cooperatives When these were formed it had entailed a form of collectivization Collaborators feared punishment and had fled to the American zone too And so did many members of the small group of wealthy entrepreneurs and merchants in the North These Northerners upon their arrival in the South would then form in 1948 the most cruel police units that suppressed peasant revolts and massacred peasants In view of the fact that pluralist liberal democracy which gives such a large in fact disproportionate share of influence and political power to a minority of the population the bourgeoisie had been abolished in Soviet Russia and that subsequently even pluralism within the bloc formed by the masses the common people and therefore also intra party democracy within the left party in power had been abolished it is customary to assume something of the sort in the Soviet occupation zone of Korea It is clear that the people s democracy concept demanded that political groups and parties bent on maintaining the social privilege and prerogatives of the urban bourgeoisie and of rich and middle farmers the landlords should be marginalized Their political influence was voided An attempt to regain it was to be treated as counter revolutionary But to what extent had the pre 45 armed resistance movement and the clandestine underground party been undemocratic in a real materialistc rather than formal sense Is it possible for dictatorial rogues who abuse people who command and frighten them to preserve control over members of a guerilla and over civilian cadres and members of an outlawed party operating in Korean Japanese controlled cities and villages if these people do not freely accept that leadership and consent to the maintainance of the discipline that is necessary for their revolutionary struggle Apparently people forced to fight a guerilla war against a much stronger adversary would defect Cadres and party members join due to their conviction and because they share a goal or goals social justice equality brotherhood mutual help real rather than just formal freedom Disillusioned leftists have pointed out that democratic centralism worked and was meaningful before liberation it tended to become an empty rhetoric watchword and just a formal façade after liberation when the new

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  • Kim Sowol, Die Strasse - -----------------------
    so viele Meilen führen wohin Weg zu den Bergen In die Ebenen Da mich kein Ort ruft gehe ich nirgendwo hin Rede nicht von meinem Heimatort Chòngju Kwaksan denn der Zug und das Boot fahren dorthin Hört mich Wildgänse im Himmel Gibt es eine Straße der Luft dass ihr so sicher reist Hört mich Wildgänse im Himmel Ich stehe im Zentrum der Kreuzwege Wieder und wieder verzweigen sich Pfade aber

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  • Save Cheju Island ------------------------
    Kang Dong Kyun to Noam Chomsky 강동균 마을회장이 노엄 촘스키 교수에게 옥중에서 보낸 편지 2011년 9월6일자 국문은 여기 클릭 Gangjeong Village People s Council Translation by dopehead zo A letter from imprisoned village representative Kang Dongkyun to Noam Chomsky Sept 6 2011 Dear Mr Noam Chomsky How are you I am Kang Dongkyun the Gangjeong village representative from Jeju Island where the people have been suffering and fighting for 4 years and 4 months against an unjust construction of a naval base The decision making process was unjust because the vast majority of the villagers opposed the construction of a naval base And geographically Gangjeong village is not an appropriate location for a naval base Despite these problems the South Korean government and the Ministry of Defence have been pushing forward the project while ignoring its people s will which created all sorts of conflicts not only within the community but in the whole island Neighbors are turning their backs on one another and human relations used to be close but now it s all broken At this point Jeju Island is trying hard to be selected as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature based on the 3 titles that Jeju Volcanic Island and Gangjeong village have won from the UNESCO UNESCO Biosphere Reserve UNESCO World Natural Heritage and UNESCO Global Geoparks Our Gangjeong village is proud to meet the qualifications of the 3 UNESCO titles I think that it is meaningless for the Jeju Island to try to be entitled as one of the new 7 wonders of nature if a naval base comes to Gangjeong village Jeju Island has two paths to take One is a militarised Jeju Island that will increase tensions in the region The other is a peaceful island where the breath taking beauty of nature is well preserved so all the peace loving people from the world come to appreciate the environment Which one should be the right choice in terms of national interests and South Korea s status in the world community Dear Mr Noam Chomsky I have read your writings and support messages Thank you for helping us I can t agree with you more when you say that a rule by force and violence will fall by the same force The history proves that Dear Mr Noam Chomsky We are trying everything we can to keep this small village on Jeju Island We know and firmly believe that keeping the life and peace of the village ensures the peace on the island in the country and the whole world We will never be shaken or surrender to any unjust state power Peace maintained by force will be fallen by another big force Dear Mr Noam Chomsky What we want is a small peace where people live their lives by helping and taking care of each other We wish to make a true world where beautiful stories can be written by the people Please help us out and please let us keep the hope Thank you very much Sept 6 2011 On behalf of the Gangjeong villagers Kang Dongkyun Posted by NO Base Stories of Korea at 7 36 PM Stop attack on Gangjeong village on Jeju Dear ROK Embassy Staff I am sad and angry to hear about the massive police and military attack on the non violent people of Gangjeong village today on Jeju Island They are trying to protect their sacred lands rocks coral fishing and farming culture What could be wrong with them doing that It is criminal that the ROK government is attacking these villagers Our organization has been following this case and has been helping to build support for the villagers This whole situation is making your government look very bad and giving the ROK a bad reputation as a military dictatorship We demand an end to this persecution of the Gangjeong villagers and end to the plans to build this Navy base We know that US Navy Aegis destroyers outfitted with so called missile defense systems will be ported there as part of the US strategy to surround and manage China ROK government is being drawn into a deadly and provocative US strategy that will only make the Asia Pacific region more insecure Listen to your own citizens and stop this Navy base now In peace Bruce K Gagnon Coordinator Global Network Against Weapons Nuclear Power in Space PO Box 652 Brunswick ME 04011 207 443 9502 globalnet mindspring com www space4peace org http space4peace blogspot com blog Posted by NO Base Stories of Korea The coastline of Jeju Island Credit Martin Chen wikimedia commons UNESCO designated global geoparks are overwhelmingly in the Southeastern part of the island in the neighborhood of the naval base under construction Preparation for conflict is seen as more important than the preservation of nature At least by those who rule LET S EMBRACE TOGETHER GUREOMBEE THE ROCKY COAST OF GANGJEONG VILLAGE by Director Cho Thanks for informing us Regina The police restrained three people since Aug 24 The navy and construction companies such as Samsung are attempting to continue construction The police even interrupted the people s peaceful candle vigil since Aug 28 But determined people will SAVE GANGJEONG and the Gureombee rocky coast OUR MOTHER OUR LOVE Posted by NO Base Stories of Korea at 11 24 AM On Aug 24 police illegally attacked the village and arrested five people While two are released in that night the three named below are still in jail On Aug 25 when Father Moon Jung Hyun tried to save the restrained by climbing on a police car carrying the three away he was arrested too He was released the next night Below is a short description of who the three are These three men are two innocent villagers who simply wanted to save their hometown and a young photographer who just wanted to live his life according to justice and consciousness Living in South Korea you can be criminal any time if you want to live your life as a real human being which is paradoxically guaranteed by the Constitution By now seven people have been restrained during the struggle against Jeju naval base and four have been released after court judgments of probation or bail Korea Herald Residents of the Gangjeong village scuffle with police to stop a police van from carrying away protest leader Kang Dong kyun arrested for obstructing the naval base construction in Seogwipo Jeju Province last Wednesday Aug 24 Yonhap News MacGregor Eddy says The Mayor of Gangjeong village Cheju Island South Korea was arrested violently while asking construction workers not to erect an illegal 250 ton crane to build a Naval base The Kyunghyamg Shinmun Aug 29 2011 Does Hard line Jeju Response Signal New Public Safety Crackdown Korea Times Aug 29 2011 Jeju naval base Government should ease not foster social conflicts Paco says on Aug 30 2011 Today 54 villagers and activists that we know of received court summons for their actions on August 24th We expect this number to go higher Regina says on Aug 30 Catholic priests in prayer The navy and construction companies hired gangs for plastic barriers and police show no principles and responsibilities for that video by Dungree Korea Times on Aug 30 2011 Lawmakers from five opposition parties hold a rally to demand President Lee Myung bak come up with measures to peacefully resolve the dispute over the construction of a naval base in Gangjeong Village in Jeju Island Monday Yonhap See also articles Thanks to Mattew Hoey Korea Times Clash brewing at Gangjeong village on Aug 30 2011 Korea Herald Standoff escalates over Jeju naval base on Aug 30 2011 At 7 30am Aug 31 2011 a written message from the Gangjeong village says that a state crack down is expected today Joongang Daily District court forbids anti base protests on Jeju on Aug 31 2011 Ten Thousand Things Jeju District Court s Obstruction of Democracy Tuesday August 30 2011 Yesterday the Jeju District Court granted an injunction to the Navy and the central government to forbid resident demonstrations against the seizure of their homes and farms and the destruction of one of Jeju Island s most beautiful coasts South Korea s only natural dolphin habitat to make way for a massive naval base to house warships meant to intimidate China The court rejected an application by residents challenging the state seizure demolition of the coastline and destruction of the soft coral habitat The residents argued that the state did not follow democratic due process and and failed to adequately assessment of the environmental damage to the coastline The court said the residents and their supporters must not return to the residents homes and farms now a state military construction site People who attempt to return to their property would be fined 2 million won 1 863 Local residents have been joined by democratic and environmentalist activists and religious leaders from all over Korea They are supported by environmentalist democratic and religious supporters worldwide including scholars and luminaries such as Gloria Steinem In a replay of South Korea s worst periods of military dictatorship the state has sent in hundreds of riot police who are mostly conscripted youth most of whom appear confused embarrassed and unhappy about having to perpetrate threat of violence or violence upon their fellow citizens South Korea is similar to North Korea in the authoritarian attitude of the ruling elite although South Korea is not totalitarian like North Korea Although citizens have engaged in movements for democracy for decades repressive governments intent on maintaining privileges for corporations have thwarted these movements South Korea is known for severe state violence against its citizens including massacres In April 1948 one of the worst massacres in Korean history took place at Jeju Island Many of the demonstrators are descendants of that massacre Ann Wright talks about her visit to Jeju Island on August 28 Honolulu 하와이 호놀룰루 강연회에서 제주강정마을 방문기를 전하는 앤 라이트 Informed thanks to Younsil and M Hoey Posted by NO Base Stories of Korea 2011년 8월 31일 7시 30분 강정 마을로부터 오늘 공권력 탄압이 예상된다는 문자 메시지를 받았습니다 We ve been notified that at 10 am policemen will enter to execute their official duty which is to set up warning signs and extend the fence that blocks the road to the beach All of us here are preparing for this situation Please pray for us On Sept 1 2011 police arrested three people including Mr Kim Jong Il SPARK Mr Kim Min Soo an artist in Gangjeong village and Ms Kim Ah Hyun one of the key Jeju activists When arrested Mr Kim Jong Il had gone to the Cheju local court to submit an appeal against the court decision upholding the order prohibiting 37 people originally 76 to access the Cheju naval base construction area The government had filed a provisional disposition suit against 76 people on July 12 this year The police excuse was that they had not responded to a police call to disperse The two others were arrested when they were driving a car to the prison to meet the restrained on Aug 24 Youngsil says Mr Kim Jong Il is a management team leader here in Gangjeong Village He went to court to file a suit When he was leaving the courthouse 10 members of the police surrounded him to arrest him Then they took him to Cheju Dongbu police station Kim Minsoo is a documentary film director cartoonist who moved to Gangjeong village three years ago via Facebook On Sept 2 police arrested 38 people as of 2pm They arrested three people in the village community hall Mr Go Yu Gi co chairman of the Pan Island committee to stop the military base on Cheju Island Mr Jung Kyung Bo and Ms Kim Mi Ryang two Gangjeong villagers During their raid on the people s key protest site on the same day they arrested 35 people Among those confirmed are Three villagers seven students two Catholic fathers and one reverend Also 10 activists from the Island Committee against the naval base including Mr Hong Ki Ryong the other co chairmen of the committee and from the group for solidarity with migrant people On Sept 3 despite the South Korean government s recently escalating oppression against the people s peaceful and non violent protests people throughout the nation are coming to Gangjeong village to save it and Cheju Island the Peace Island from naval base construction A peace plane carrying at least 170 people from Seoul is expected to come while people here expect that about 2 000 people from all of the nation would gather in the village to celebrate our strong will for peace with lots of cultural religious events in which all the beings from voiceless creatures to human beings are welcome and invited During the police raid on Sept 2 several people had to be rushed to hospital One person had leg injuries another needed medical treatment of the skin around his eyes The latter was x rayed in hospital as the skin around eyes was torn open by a police shield See photos of police violence photos by Dauri As of Aug 26 2011 7 people have been restrained and three including Gangjeong village mayor Kang Dong Kyun Mr Kim Jong Hwan a Gangjeong villager and Mr Kim Dong Won a photographer who were arrested on Aug 24 have been put in jail while the other four got probation or bail after their having been arrested since April 9 The Lee Myung Bak government is enforcing the construction of the Cheju naval base construction by creating a situation worthy of security state escalating its oppression since the moment the people s resistance started on Aug 24 Indiscriminate human rights violations are very much a matter of concern for those engaged in the struggle against the Cheju naval base construction More updates and photos will come later Source http nobasestorieskorea blogspot de Uncle Jeong Hwan one of the activists in the village opposing the base Regina Pyon says Uncle Kim Jong hwan who was arrested on August 24 This photo was taken on July 24 when he chained himself at the entrance road to Guromby to block police He has endured so humid and hot summer days in a small tent kitchen cooking for us and visitors Photo by director Cho Kim Jeong Hwan Matt Hoey says Uncle Kim Jong hwan was arrested on August 24 This image was taken on July 31 He and the dog are inseparable always together When Uncle is not cooking for the peace camp and the young peace activists who visit Guromby Rock site of the naval base he sits under his tent as you see here He is a living saint and should be freed from prison immediately Kim Jong Il oppoising the base Kim Min soo opposing the base Kim Minsoo is a documentary film director cartoonist who moved to Gangjeong village three years ago via Facebook Dongwon who protests against the base protesting villagers Dongwon standing in front of the base that is under construction Dongwon kneels praying that the base will not remain here Dauri says Dongwon has bowed 100 times every morning and night praying for peace at the Joongduk coast Matt Hoey says Kim Dong won was arrested on August 24 for his role in a peaceful protest On July 31st I was driving by the South Korean naval base construction headquarters and saw him praying while doing the 100 bows of peace He had a radio playing spiritual music A security guard was behind the gate occasionally watching him Free Kim Dong won Posted by NO Base Stories of Korea Many photos thanks to Youngsil FACEBOOK FACEBOOK SAVE JEJU ISLAND and NO NAVAL BASE ON JEJU 09 02 2011 Clashes erupt at South Korean base site Protests continue MSNBC 09 02 2011 ROK Police Detain Island Activists Opposed to Base New York Times 09 02 2011 South Korea police break up protest against navy base AFP 09 01 2011 Inside the Gangjeong Peace Camp Jeju Weekly 09 01 2011 Police deployed to fortify Jeju base construction site Hankyoreh The above information material is quoted from the No Base Stories website It is a selection that attempts to give a brief overview of the early phase of the popular struggle against the base SOLIDARITY WITH CHEJU ISLANDERS FRIENDSHIP WITH THE PEOPLE OF KOREA LET S ALL WORK TOGETHER FOR PEACE ON EARTH Please visit the website of NO BASE STORIES KOREA http nobasestorieskorea blogspot de It is mostly about stories on the Korean people s struggles against the U S bases in Korea Hope many of you find some clues and sources here Please just be kind and fair to the source 많은 분들께서 여기에서 단서들과 자료들을 찾길 바랍니다 다만 단서와 자료의 기원에 대해 친절하고 공정하게 표기해 주시면 감사하겠읍니다 저는 그들의 땅을 지키기 위하여 싸웠던 인디안들의 이야기를 기억합니다 백인들이 그들의 신성한 숲에 도로를 만들기 위하여 나무들을 잘랐습니다 매일밤 인디안들이 나가서 백인들이 만든 그 길을 해체하면 그 다음 날 백인들이 와서 도로를 다시 짓곤 했습니다 한동안 그 것이 반복되었습니다 그러던 어느날 숲에서 가장 큰 나무가 백인들이 일할 동안 그들 머리 위로 떨어져 말과 마차들을 파괴하고 그들 중 몇몇을 죽였습니다 그러자 백인들은 떠났고 결코 다시 오지 않았습니다 브루스 개그논 Cancel the US ROK military exercise Light pollution in South Korea s sky an indication of modernity or of an unstainable way of living that copies the American consumerist waste maker society Anti war protest in Seoul also a protest against the Free Trade Agreement demanded by the U S T he U S expects South Korea to coordinate its efforts with U S missile defense plans According to Kathleen Hicks U S Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy there are a lot of ways that South Korea could assist U S missile defense in Northeast Asia We do have

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  • there are witnesses ---------------------------
    t see a damn thing You d be surprised how some can know only what is painted on the walls inside their head while wandering waist deep in blood Es gibt zeugen und es gibt die welche durch ein blutbad hindurchgehn und sehn verdammt noch mal nichts Du würd st überrascht sein wie sehr manche nur das wissen könn n was gemalt ist auf die wände in ihrem kopf während

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  • Vier gedichte aus Korea / Four Poems from Korea------------------------------
    Krähe Wind wird zu Wein Das Licht der Sonne zu Tränen der Zeremonienmeister dieser Welt und der nächsten ist jetzt still Der letzte Blumenstrauß für das Grab und die Hochzeit ist zertrampelter Schneematsch der Verzweifelung Wie ruhevoll sie ist diese Nacht und sanft der gezähmte kolonisierte Verstand Die flatternde Fahne ein herabgezog nes Signal selbst Wolken und Wind rebellier n auf den Feldern Am einsamen Flußufer wo eine Taube verendete rufend nach dem Gefährten wiehert zitternd ein altes blindes bronzefarbenes Pferd die ferne Dämmerung an aw Korean sunset Kim Chi ha Niemand Von hier den ganzen Weg dorthin überhaupt niemand Über einem schwarzen Fluß auf einer Brücke aus Stein wo das Mondlicht stürzt in dieses seltsam schöne Haus überhaupt niemand Dunkel die Mitte eines alten Traums von meinen verdrehten Gliedern zerquetscht von der Münze die rollt rund im Mond ist dunkel und auf der Straße die führt weg von mir der ich sterbe im blaugefärbten Gehirn überhaupt niemand Three South Korean civilians about to be exectuted by the South Korean national police Kim Chi ha Gelbe Erde Straße Die Straße entlang durch die gelbe Erde folge ich den herabgefallenen Tropfen Bluts Vater Wo du starbst Schwärze jetzt Es brennt nur die Sonne Schweiß Tränen und die die Gerste versengende Sonne In der Hitze draußen Vater unter den Bajonetten und den Mündungen der Geschütze gehe ich zu dem Ort wo du starbst in einem Reissack während Meeräschen hüpften und sich wanden am Ufer des Altvaterbachs Jede Nacht stiegen Leuchtfeuer auf über m Op o Berg bis eines Tages Licht fiel auf das Land über diese gelbe Erde die beharrlich ist wie die Kraft die Erneuerung bringt für die Milchorangen für ihr einziges inneres Blatt das grün ist wie das salzige Wasser der See Laß uns die Demo Rufe ausstoßen die so

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  • Ishikawa Takuboku, Soldiers --------------------
    after the company of soldiers my heart ached How carefree they went jc SOLDATEN Als ich der Kompanie Soldaten nachsah ward mir weh wie sorglos sie gingen transl by Günther

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  • Urs Jaeggi, Non sfuggirai ----------------
    weniger und noch immer noch Am wenn das En minderhinunter ge minder und langsam langsamer unterge Alles Jetzt Wir waren die Männ die ihr am Tabor erschlagen habt wie Go back to Art in Society 14 Contents NON SFUGGIRAI Back upright hands head down Torn up prostrate Not without by the grace of If In fixed gaze Covered by flies parts of corpses strewn about in The house was Not

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  • Bob Dylan, Masters of War, new transl. into German
    in die hand mir und geht mir aus dem blick dreht euch um und rennt weg wenn man kugeln schickt Wie Judas damals lügt ihr und täuscht Man kann n weltkrieg gewinnen wird mein glauben erheischt Doch ich seh eure augen seh in euren kopf seh hindurch wie durch wasser das vom dachfirste tropft Ihr entsichert das gewehr die andern solln schießen lehnt euch zurück und seht zu wenn die opferzahl n sprießen Ihr verkriecht euch in villen wenn der jugend blut weg rinnt aus den leibern und versickert im dreck ihr verbreitet die schlimmste der Ängste die je ward kreiert Angst ein kind zu gebären in der welt geviert Denn ihr bedrohet mein baby das die welt noch nicht kennt seid das blut nicht wert das in den adern euch rennt Was weiß ich denn schon dass ich s maul aufmach Sagt ruhig ich sei jung verstünd nix von der sach Doch eines das weiß ich bin ich auch jünger als ihr Selbst Jesus hätt niemals vergebung dafür Eins laßt mich fragen Ist euer zaster so toll dass vergebung ihr findet dass es tilgt euer soll Ich schätz daß ihr rauskriegt wenn der tod euch abholt das geld das

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