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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on April 14th, 2014 at 9:56 pm

South Korean Political Left Claims North Korea Did Not Fly Drones Over South

It figures that the Korean political left would come up with yet another conspiracy theory to not blame North Korea for the recent launching of un-manned aerial vehicles over South Korea:

An opposition lawmaker clashed with the ruling party Monday after he claimed that the three unmanned aerial vehicles recently discovered near the tensely guarded inter-Korean border may not have come from North Korea.

Rep. Jung Chung-rai of the main opposition New Politics Alliance for Democracy made the claim last Friday amid an ongoing investigation into the origin of the three drones found crashed in separate areas near the border. He claimed that a South Korean font was used for the writing on the aircraft.

The defense ministry announced the interim results of the investigation the same day, saying it has tentatively concluded that the drones belonged to North Korea, though conclusive evidence has yet to be found.

The drones’ discovery prompted serious concerns about holes in South Korea’s air defense, especially as one of them was found to carry photos of key military installations in South Korea as well as its presidential compound.

On Monday, the ruling Saenuri Party attacked the opposition party as it highlighted the rival’s apparent weak sense of national security ahead of the June 4 local elections.

“Every time there has been a national security incident, such as the (sinking of the) Cheonan warship, the opposition forces have been the first to offer a conspiracy theory,” Rep. Hwang Woo-yea, the chairman of the ruling party, said during a party meeting.  [Yonhap]

You can read more at the link, but you have to wonder if the Korean political left all have some kind of mental illness?  I just amazes me how these people year after year makes excuses for arguably the worst regime in the world.

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  • Smokes
    10:52 pm on April 14th, 2014 1

    “He claimed that a South Korean font was used for the writing on the aircraft.”
    Because the DPRK would never think to using a RoK font because it’s impossible to fake things. :roll:

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    [Smokes] 18:54.19: wtf!? lol! who is this?

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  • ChickenHead
    11:26 pm on April 14th, 2014 2

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  • Bob
    2:35 am on April 15th, 2014 3

    ” He claimed that a South Korean font was used for the writing on the aircraft.”

    Knowing how conspiracy theorists tried to deny that the torpedo that sank the Cheonan by arguing that the markings on it didn’t seem North Korean, this doesn’t surprise me. I have two theories of my own as a result: 1) He’s making it up, and 2) North Korea used a “South Korean” font on purpose.

  • Bob
    2:36 am on April 15th, 2014 4

    Correction:…tried to deny that the torpedo that sank the Cheonan was North Korean…

  • Flyingsword
    3:34 pm on April 15th, 2014 5

    Seriously why don’t they ship all these politicians that love nK so much to nK? That way they can participate in the government they love so much.

    Fing idiots….

 

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