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Korean Superiority

August 4th, 2005 . by Matt

Truly we inferior foreigners should bow down to Korean Cultural, Linguistic and Racial Superiority, according to this Korean language book.

Eloquently put! I shall cease my obstinacy and admit Korean superiority poste haste!


Funny that the authors couldnt resist putting in an URINARA MANSE in there.

Bizarre and Absurd – Britain Fights the War on Terror

August 4th, 2005 . by Matt

The new British police guidelines leaked to World Net Daily mean, among other things, that police have to take off their shoes when raiding a Muslim home or Mosque, and cannot interrupt prayers. This is so whacked out that I will keep my commentary short and just post the text.

Police officers in England’s Bedfordshire county have been told to take off their shoes and not interrupt anyone praying during raids of Muslim homes, according to leaked guidelines.

The 18-point guide, under development before the recent London bombing attacks, says “the Muslim community feels victimized and suspicious of counter terrorist police operations and in the current climate a search at a British Muslim household has the potential to become a critical incident and come under intense scrutiny.”

It goes on –

“We take very seriously the culture surrounding all faiths and feel it is important to respect those beliefs, even while carrying out police business,” the spokesman explained. “We would like to reassure all communities that any current or perceived tensions, which might be heightened as a result of recent events, will not affect how police deal with Muslims or anyone else.”

The guidelines for police offers, according to the paper, include:

* Rapid entry needs to be the last resort and raids into Muslim houses are discouraged for a number of religious dignity reasons.

* Police should seek to avoid looking at unclad Muslim women and allow them an opportunity to dress and cover their heads.

* For reasons of dignity officers should seek to avoid entering occupied bedrooms and bathrooms even before dawn.

* Use of police dogs will be considered serious desecration of the premises and may necessitate extensive cleaning of the house and disposal of household items.

* Advice should be sought before considering the use of cameras and camcorders due to the risk of capturing individuals, especially women, in inappropriate dress.

* Muslim prisoners should be allowed to take additional clothing to the station.

* If people are praying at home officers should stand aside and not disrupt the prayer. They should be allowed the opportunity to finish.

* Officers should not take shoes into the houses, especially in areas that might be kept pure for prayer purposes.

* In the current climate the justification for pre-dawn raids on Muslim houses needs to be clear and transparent.

* Non-Muslims are not allowed to touch holy books, Qurans or religious artifacts without permission. Where possible, Muslim officers in a state of ‘Wudhu’ (preparation before prayer) should be used for this purpose.

It is this kind of Politically Correct nonsense that got Britain into this problem in the first place. Are the British deliberately trying to lose? I cant understand it.

All this reminds me of the Eloi from ‘The Time Machine’ by H.G Wells. The British are the Eloi that mindlessly march to their destruction.

eloi eloi
The Eloi (British) live well but do not react when their fellow Eloi are hurt.

Morlocks that feast on the flesh of the Eloi. Why dont the Eloi deport them?

Seriously, this is beyond crazy. Are there any British readers that can explain this?

Koreans – Original?

August 1st, 2005 . by Matt

I have assembled a number of things that originate in Korea, indisputably (like Dokdo). Here they are.

Screw you Starbucks, Starpreya is the best!

kittycat kitkat
The origin of Kitkat is Korea! Oops, I mean ‘Kicker’!

Japanese stole our prawns!

And our whales!

These chocolate mushrooms are grown on Dokdo, which is undisputed Korean territory. From 500 BC. Which is how long Koreans have been producing this product. 2500 years before the Japanese!

Surely Chocopie has to be a Korean original, right? Oh, bunk!

Yes, I am slow but I am starting to detect a pattern

caramel corn
Nothing better than a pack of caramel corn after a hard days work

Followed by a Bacchus. The Japanese even copied the number of spurs around the cog wheel exactly. I know this because Dokdo is Korean… Yes…

Ha! Mychew rymes with Hichew! Take that, Ilbon nom!

Forget the watered down Japanese Chu Hi! We have Korean Hi Chu! Made thousands of years ago on Dokdo. Did you know there were people on Dokdo? Yes, the Samguk Sagi tells us that. Common sense tells us that is referring to Ulleungdo, but still…

drink drink2
Seems to be happening to often to be coincidence. Maybe the Japanese are copying Korea again. Like they copied Korean Geisha, which is Korean, as you know

cal cool
Here is a picture of Japanese Calpis and Korean Coolpis. Korean Coolpis was invented by Koreans hundreds of years ago. All records of this were destroyed by Japanese, at the same time they destroyed the records of Korea ever ruling Dokdo. Koreans enjoy drinking Coolpis in the summer. It is very cool, this Coolpis

Japanese try to say that they introduced Calpis into Korea in 1919. But we dont believe our eyes, do we?

Same granny, different product

You want Puma? Try the original Korean ‘Pama’ instead!

astro boy1 astro boy2
Oh, even Astroboy…

song yuri and morning musume
More coincidences! Even Yuri Song from FINKL is wearing the same thing as the members of Japanese girl group, Morning Musume

morning musume and FINKL

morning musume and FINKL3
Sure but one group doesnt prove a pattern!

toshinobu pakuri band
This… Proves… Nothing… Kendo, Karate, Cherry Blossoms, Japanese pottery is all Korean bwahahaha

Hahaha, they have been shopping at the same place ^^

Glam is more glamorous than Glay!

Lee Hyori
Same fashion sense!

Lee Hyori2
Wow! Same two again!

Lee Hyori3
They must go shopping together! Or something…

Japanese textbooks distort history and deny the greatness of the Great Korean Race. However, technical books like this tennis book should be ripped off whenever possible

samurai samurai
‘TIME TRAVEL TO THE ROOT OF SAMURAI’? Now Samurai are Korean too? Good grief

The Korean claims are quite staggering, and although there are victims all over the world, they seem to favor ripping off the Japanese. Korean historical claims are extremely shakey, and should be looked at with a critical eye.

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