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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on October 22nd, 2012 at 3:21 am

Roh Administration Sealed Records of Its Presidential Dealings With North Korea for 30 Years

It looks like that the Roh administration was eager to cover up their dealings with the North Koreans at the end of their administration:

No records of presidential summits during the Roh Moo-hyun administration are available for public viewing as they were sealed for up to 30 years at the state archive under a law established at the end of his presidency, the JoongAng Ilbo reported yesterday.

Transcripts of presidential summits have surfaced as a sensitive issue following a revelation by a lawmaker of the ruling Saenuri Party that Roh disavowed the western maritime border of the Northern Limit Line during his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang in 2007.   [Joong Ang Ilbo]

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  • Baek In-je
    3:02 am on October 22nd, 2012 1

    Why don’t we just ask Roh, Mu-hyun what the documents reveal? Oh…that’s right…he jumped off a f#$king mountain, just like George Washington did. No wait…American heros don’t commit suicide; only Korean cowards do.

  • Liz
    4:43 am on October 22nd, 2012 2

    This should be under a category for ‘news that doesn’t shock you’.

  • Tom
    5:38 am on October 22nd, 2012 3

    George Washington was no hero. :lol: He was a slave owner and he lost most of his battles. :lol:

  • Tom
    5:39 am on October 22nd, 2012 4

    Oh yes, he was a traitor also. :lol:

  • Teadrinker
    6:28 am on October 22nd, 2012 5

    Don’t forget, they also stole and probably destroyed the hard drives of every computer in the Blue House before leaving.

  • Glans
    7:19 am on October 22nd, 2012 6

    George Washington didn’t mess with no hard drives. Never.

    But he did something great, something very rare in a revolutionary leader. He voluntarily gave up power. Normally the leader becomes a dictator for life. He kills his old enemies, then his old friends, clings to power, and drags his country to ruin. ROK Droppers can think of some examples.

    But Washington resigned his commission after the war, and retired to private life. Later, he chaired the meetings that wrote the Constitution. To get the new system started, he served as President twice. Then he gave up his power and retired for good.

  • Tom
    7:40 am on October 22nd, 2012 7

    “George Washington didn’t mess with no hard drives. Never.”

    But he messed with the cherry tree, chopping it down and vandalizing it. :lol:

    Not only that he was a thief. He stole the land from the Indians and had African slaves. Not only that, he financially and militarily aided the French slave owners in Haiti. Americans falsely claim Washington was against slavery, but it’s a lie. The funny thing is that it was his wife who freed the family owned slaves. At least Roh didn’t have any slaves. :lol:

    That’s so typical of America’s founding fathers who were based on slavery and racism. :lol:

  • John in NY
    8:27 am on October 22nd, 2012 8

    You guys are so funny. Baek and Tom, get a room.

  • thomas lee
    11:15 am on October 22nd, 2012 9

    Tom, most of Korea’s “heros” cooperated with the Japanese during the occupation. That’s the true epitome of a traitor. Every single Chaebol was founded by men who helped the Japanese during the occupation.

    You don’t even know Korean history. You’re such a farce.

  • Flyingsword
    3:13 pm on October 22nd, 2012 10

    So, why not just repel the law???? To easy!

  • Baek In-je
    10:43 pm on October 22nd, 2012 11

    Roh had slaves. He had 45 milion slaves.

  • Kingkitty
    5:06 pm on October 23rd, 2012 12

    On day they will be sealing Obama’s conversations with the Russians if they haven’t done it already. We already heard a preview on an open mic moment.

  • Teadrinker
    7:13 pm on October 23rd, 2012 13


    What you don’t mention is that they wanted to crown him emperor. Yes, the US came this close to being a monarchy.

  • Teadrinker
    7:14 pm on October 23rd, 2012 14

    “At least Roh didn’t have any slaves. :lol:”

    I know a guy who worked in the Blue House during his administration who would beg to differ. He hated working for Roh.

  • Teadrinker
    7:18 pm on October 23rd, 2012 15


    …which brings the question, why was there an American Revolution? Simple, taxes on sugar, not tea. It was all about rum. Remember, they could have just as easily thrown barrels of rum and molasses overboard during the Boston Tea Party, but instead they threw the tea, a drink nobody really cared about. Yup, it was all about booze, not monarchy.

  • Baek In-je
    10:37 pm on October 23rd, 2012 16

    Your ignorance is shocking. No wait…this is KKKorea. Ignorance is part of the culture.
    Look, if you don’t know about the American Revolution, just shut up.
    No Taxation without representation.

  • Leon LaPorte
    11:33 pm on October 23rd, 2012 17

    16. American Revolution? I’ve never liked that term. It was actually an English civil war wasn’t it? :grin:

  • Leon LaPorte
    11:51 pm on October 23rd, 2012 18

    Strongly recommended for all history buffs. A sober view of the American Revolution without all the saint building, expected patriotic fervor, etc.

    Rebels And Redcoats: How Britain Lost America

  • Jinro Dukkohbi
    12:26 am on October 24th, 2012 19

    Leon – great link – I caught part of that show once before when I was back in the states just channel surfing – interesting stuff…

  • Kingkitty
    2:30 am on October 24th, 2012 20

    I understand that last year while digging in the basement at Mount Vernon they uncovered some old hard drives that Washington was using in his old Tandy 1000 computers….I wonder if they will allow us to know what secrets were to be revealed on these drives

    I also uncovered information G Washington was recording all his conversations in the Oval office via stenographer however a mystery 2 hour portion of the conversation between him and Ethan Allan on exactly what to call the war was misplaced…it has been suggested the war may been called up to a certain point WW1 but they decided to save that for a few years later…its also possible Allen was trying to sell furniture….We will never know without that missing tape.

  • Leon LaPorte
    4:04 am on October 24th, 2012 21

    20. It is obvious the Masonic plumbers sent in the cleaner.

  • Leon LaPorte
    4:30 am on October 24th, 2012 22

    Tom is right, George Washington was a scumbag. He still owes a fine to the New York Society Library for books he never returned. Over 200 years ago, he borrowed two books – a treatise on international affairs called “Law of Nations” and a collection of reprinted debates of the English House of Commons. Since the books should have been handed back within a month, the fine of the first US President has now reached $300,000. But the library would simply like the books back.

  • Kingkitty
    2:02 am on October 26th, 2012 23

    The problem was that it was a porn book and he was just too embarrassed to return it during daylight hours and at night he was trying to stratigize and win some war that was going on at that time. He tried to get a slave to return the book but Thomas Jefferson kept offering them rides in his buggy and they didn’t trust him…..Apparently TJ was on all the local daytime talk shows and court TV programs. G Dub was very concerned about Jefferson but man this guy sure could come up with some documents and door knobs


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