In front of President Moo-hyun Roh's Blue House (37)
July 07, 2006
I remember vividly that one of agents of president Kim Dae-Jung who denied
the value of republicanism and treated this value as a creature passed away.
Mr. Kim Dae-Jung was the president of Republic of Korea.
What was the fundamental reason that supported the denial of republicanism
of an agent who followed president Kim Dae-Jung who was the president of a
President Roh Moo-Hyun Special lecture in Yonsei University on "Let us cut off
the politics-economics and politics-press adhesion." On 27th, the President
said, "We have
to get rid of the exclusive and privileged 'gangster culture'
that remains in our political power." "In the gangster culture, they have strict
laws established for themselves. They don’t respect any law toward the outside
world. Internally, they have powerful rule, and have strict relations of loyalty
and compensation. It is an exclusive privilege group. People in general suffer
because there are unfair transactions among them. This is the reason why I am
trying to cut off the connection between political and economic powers." May 27,
“The ultimate responsibility of diplomacy is with the President, and I am
responsible for implementing the diplomatic philosophy or directions of the
President.” April 19, 2005, Minister Ban Ki-Moon, Diplomatic Immunity and
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon. Under
President Kim Dae-Jung and President Roh Moo-Hyun. You did not hesitated to employ terrifying
methods such as confinement and physical violence in the Ministry,
clandestine attempt to intoxicate a citizen with psychotropic drugs in the
Ministry, bioterrorism, fabrication of pro-Kim Jung-il anti-American
communist and anti-Kim Jung-il pro-American extreme right-winger and
numerous attempts to kidnap and murder in European Union.
Principle IV, The fact
that a person acted pursuant to order of his Government or of a superior
does not relieve him from responsibility under international law,
provided a moral choice was in fact possible to him. Nuremberg