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The BNP In South Korea

by | 5th, December 2008

THE BNP is not the only political moment ot have its members exposed.

The Korea Herald reports:

“Conservative civic groups yesterday disclosed the names of some 5,000 members of a progressive teachers union in Seoul, in a bid to tame what they call biased education and leftist activism.

Yeah, the left can be exposed, too:

The Korean Teachers and Education Workers’ Union reacted angrily, suggesting it may take a legal action, as the move possibly violates privacy and libels its members…”KTU teachers’ biased education and actions that are inappropriate for teachers are one of the reasons the education sector is so troubled,” the People’s Coalition Against Antinational Education said yesterday at a press conference”.

Differnce is that the people on this list have nothing to be ashamed of…

Posted: 5th, December 2008 | In: Politicians Comment | TrackBack | Permalink