WHY IS OUR ALLY SOUTH KOREA THANKING OR EVEN TALKING TO THE EVIL PRESIDENT BASHIR OF SUDAN? CONDOLENCES? WHERE ARE THE CONDOLENCES FOR THE THOUSANDS PRESIDENT BASHIR IS KILLING HIMSELF IN THE NUBA MOUNTAINS !!??!! AND HOW CAN SOUTH KOREA BE SO NAIVE AS TO FALL FOR THIS?

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Note to South Korea’s President:  President Bashir does not care.  He is full of hate.  He does not care about the people in South Korea.  Yes, I know — the niceties of diplomacy — but not with a killer like this.  

I realize that it is a message of condolences (see below)…but really, does our ally South Korea have to get this chummy with this mass killer, President Bashir of Sudan?  And does South Korea really take his message of condolences seriously?  He is a mass killer!  He hates his own people – so why would he care about South Korea!   He is under indictment by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for GENOCIDE….and South Korea’s President is now all chummy with him about his note of condolences!  Go figure, right?  

South Korea’s President should slap him around with a return note: how can you possibly act like you care about people here in South Korea when you are killing innocents in your own country of Sudan?  

This is so outrageous — Bashir gets thanked for his “continuous concern….and friendship etc.” Let me repeat, he is a MASS MURDERER, under indictment for genocide!  

What should South Korea have done?  If the country did not want to send a harsh reply then it should have just ignored him…not thank him or in any way make it appear he is taken seriously as a human being who cares about others. 

Call the South Korean Embassy in DC at (202) 939-5654 and tell them to study up on the evil Sudan’s President Bashir.  (And report back here what the response is.)  South Korea is a good country, with people with big hearts — this is just a big mistake.

Here is the email address if you want to drop South Korea’s Embassy a note: consular_usa@mofa.go.kr

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Al Bashir Receives Message from South Korea Counterpart

Khartoum – President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al Bashir, has received a message of thanks and gratitude from the President of South Korea in response to a condolence message that President Al Bashir has sent to him on the death passengers of a Korean barge when it drowned in Seoul.

 

In his message, the Korean President, Park Geun-hye, has appreciated the continuous concern of President Al Bashir with consolidation of the friendship and cooperation between Sudan and the Republic of South Korea.

 

 

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