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Video of Virginia Tech U. Killer, Jo Seung-hui

April 18th, 2007 . by Gerry-Bevers

Here is a link to a video made by the Jo Seung-hui, the 23-year-old Korean student who recently went on a killing spree at Virginia Tech University.

Video of Cho Seung-hui


121 Responses to “Video of Virginia Tech U. Killer, Jo Seung-hui”

  1. comment number 1 by: yungbe

    @… GarlicBreath (once again… wow)
    Um… where in the article does it talk about Cho sharing his plans with the Korean student community at VTech?

    And how twisted do you think we are? You think the Korean students found out about the plan, told Cho “Well, try not to shoot Koreans and get as many Japanese students as possible.” and got out? Is that the kind of scenario you were envisioning, GarlicBreath? I kinda got the whole jist of your opinion on my people (from your name, for one), but come on. That doesn’t even sound real.

  2. comment number 2 by: GarlicBreath

    That is a good one Koreanjeff. You don’t think that the police should be investigating this? Or is it one big joke to you?

    By the way, there has still been no backlash, other then a few name callings, against Koreans (sorry to dissapoint you). This is going to make it very hard for Korean to rally around their victimhood as they did during “sa i gu”. . Take a good look at that link. You man notice something familiar? Yes a Korean with a gun shooting at people. Like poor poor “ed” lee, who was murdered by a korean.

  3. comment number 3 by: GarlicBreath

    Hi yunbe, thanks for the comment. let me ask you something, Did you read the article? when the article said:

    ABCNews has obtained new court documents that show police are probing the possibility that Seung-Hui Cho may have confided to someone else his plans to unleash a bloody campus massacre that left 32 victims dead earlier this week

    Who do you think he would tell? Eric and dylan, as Koreanjeff sarcasticaly joked (not funny Koreanjeff)? Korean tend to only hang out with other Koreans. Maybe as a korean you know about this as Cho was one of your “people”. I talked about this rumor a few days ago. Now the police are finally looking into it.

    By the way, when you say “my people” I assume that you don’t mean American, right? You are not American but Korean (one blood right Koreanjeff). Or are you just proving that Koreans stick together and even kyopos americans dont identify with being American, just kyopo.

    As far as my name? What is your issue?

  4. comment number 4 by: HanComplex

    Speaking of the LA riots that resulted from the Rodney King case, it’s curious to note that only Koreatown was burned down while other Asian towns were left untouched by the rioters. This despite Chinatown, Little Tokyo, and Thai Town just nearby. Even Little Saigon (in Westminister) was left alone. I wonder why it was as such.

  5. comment number 5 by: GarlicBreath

    Good questions hanscomplex. If you ask the paper citizens that dont speak English from Koreatown , they will tell you it was the racist whitey that pitted blacks and innocent Koreans against each other.

    By the way, Sa i Gu is comming up. You can expect a lot of yelping that coreans are the real victims.

  6. comment number 6 by: ponta

    Correct me if my interpretation of Korean article is wrong.
    linklink
    Some Korean Netizen claim that Cho showed them a dignified figure of Korean, he revenged the US for the two girls run over by the US tanker, he is a real patriot, and might become a hero like Ahn Junguen 30 years later. Of course, these Netizens are criticized by Korean people.

    Ahn Jung-geun was not a hero at the time, he was blamed by king and people at the time . Later he became a national hero.
    A hero may be relative to people and the times.

    There are Japanese morones, and there are Korean morones.
    I hope they are minority.

  7. comment number 7 by: kjeff

    GarlicBreath…GarlicBreath…GarlicBreath…
    You’re just one fascinating fellow, aren’t you? I have a few suggestions to make yourself less interesting. Feel free to disregard them because honestly, I kind of enjoy the way you are. As I hit that reload button, I found myself crossing my fingers, hoping that I see your name, more than anyone else, on that top-right corner. Your insights are so refreshing that really, some might say they are out-of-this-world. Anyhow,

    By the way, there has still been no backlash, other then a few name callings, against Koreans (sorry to dissapoint you).

    1. As far as I know, there’s only one kjeff here, koreanjeff if you so prefer, and I can’t remember saying that there’ll any backlash(too lazy to scroll up to confirm though). Actually, I may have given one that was an almost exact opposite in nature.

    This is going to make it very hard for Korean to rally around their victimhood as they did during “sa i gu”. . Take a good look at that link. You man notice something familiar? Yes a Korean with a gun shooting at people. Like poor poor “ed” lee, who was murdered by a korean

    2. I’m guessing that you didn’t read my earlier comment(#97). Please read point number 2. It’s soooo you.

    Who do you think he would tell? Eric and dylan, as Koreanjeff sarcasticaly joked (not funny Koreanjeff)? Korean tend to only hang out with other Koreans.

    3. This time, please read no. 7, and read what I wrote again, hopefully, you’ll fare better this time. Hint: A. Some of us actually think first before they write. I know that must be a concept that’s a lit-tle difficult for you to understand. Hmmm…how about doing what I sometimes do when it’s kind of ‘hard’, memorize. Other people…think…then write…other people…think…then write. B. As far as I know, there’s only one infamous(and, a bigger hint, Seung-Hui actually mentioned them) ‘Eric and Dylan’ duo in the U.S., look them up.
    Looking forward to hearing(well, reading) from you.
    .
    Your unlikely admirer.
    P.S. I tried to picture you in my head, and a football(the American version) came up. You know it’ll always bounce back, but you’ll never know where to.

  8. comment number 8 by: kjeff

    Ponta,
    Jesus, my wife was right next to me when I opened your first link. Anyhow, both links didn’t work.

  9. comment number 9 by: ponta

    Kjeff

    http://www.heraldbiz.com/site/data/html_dir/2007/04/19/200704190212.asp

  10. comment number 10 by: ponta

    Kjeff

    Sorry about the first link.If you click the link on the top of the site, it will bring you the site.
    The seoncond link works, but it takes time.
    And the comment 109’s link surely works.
    Anyway, I hope I didn’t give a crack on your relationship with your wife.

  11. comment number 11 by: crypticlife

    You’re a piece of work, GarlicBreath.

    For what it’s worth, I had no idea your name was intended to be offensive. I thought you were just describing yourself.

    I can agree there are problems with Korean society. But you seem to want to come off demeaning at every turn. Sad style of rhetoric, it is.

  12. comment number 12 by: GarlicBreath

    hi Crypic, for what its worth, I had no idea my name is offensive to you. But actually, I am not clear if your post is meant as a question or a statement. Would you elaborate?

    As for the rest of your comments, it seems that some Koreans disagree wtih you. They argue that Korea is heaven on Earth (suprisingly, both North and South Koreans say this for different reasons) and it is I that am all wrong. But if there is “problems” as you say, please tell me about a few.

    If I sound demeaning at every turn, then can I ask you, how should I improve my style.

    I look forward to your responce, but I suspect that like clair, yungbe and a few others, you are just doing a drive by. Making some throw asay insult and trolling me.

  13. comment number 13 by: GarlicBreath

    Koreanjeff, you are married? Damn, I thought you were 15.

  14. comment number 14 by: Matt

    Koreanjeff, you are married? Damn, I thought you were 15.

    OK, enough GarlicBreath. Take a couple of days break voluntarily, or I will have to compel it. Thanks.

  15. comment number 15 by: kjeff

    GarlicBreath,

    Koreanjeff, you are married? Damn, I thought you were 15.

    LOL. Damn, I only wish I were 15, which btw was when I met my wife, a very good age. Anyhow, take Matt’s advice, for your sake. I wrote earlier, in one of the first few postings on the shooting, that this was gonna separate the ‘casual’ from the ‘hardcore’, and it’s not that hard to see where you’re at. You know, you’re probably gonna have dozens, if not hundreds other topics that you can exercise your Korea/Korean-bashing impulses; this is just not of them. If you go on, I’m affraid, you and your opinions are just gonna be ‘that’ guy, ‘that’ opinion, “Aaahhh, it’s just GarlicBreath.” For me, personally, it’s just gonna be ‘that’ much less fun.

  16. comment number 16 by: yungbe

    Listen, Cho was a complete loner, at least he is described that way from the people around him. And I, a Korean (since I don’t have citizenship in U.S., I’m a Korean. Right?), don’t hang out with only other Koreans.

    Yes, I’ve seen Korean international students move in their clusters around the campus. Why do they do that? Because a lot of them still have trouble with English, and they find comfortable support system from other Koreans (since they can actually communicate with them). But in that circle, no one would be isolated like Cho was… And besides, Cho moved to U.S. when he was 8, so he doesn’t even fit that profile anyway.

    Once again, I’m a Korean because I don’t have U.S. citizenship. If I choose to get it (and INS lets me… god… INS… ugh), then I would be Korean-American. But even if I was Korean-American, Koreans would still be my people right? Or am I supposed to renounce my heritage when I sign up for U.S. citizenship?

    I assumed “GarlicBreath” was a derogatory term for Koreans. I don’t think it’s an unfair assumption… If I saw someone named “Refried Bean Breath” in a blog/forum where they discuss illegal immigration in U.S., what am I supposed to think? (And yes, a lot of Korean cuisine has garlic in it… it’s okay. Garlic’s good for you;-))

    And I’m not trolling you.. or doing an internet drive-by. Gee, you do make a lot of generalizations.

  17. comment number 17 by: egg

    kjeff
    Though I have a reservation about7, In general I agree with your post 97.
    And I would like to take your proposal below.

    I’ll make two more Japanese friends, if you make just one more Korean friend, how about that?

    But as there is no Korean around me, it might be hard for me to practice it right now. But I will try.

  18. comment number 18 by: Phil2Musashi

    Egg, you are pretty cool. If you are ever in Vancouver, I will let you practice with my Korean friends (one of them even speaks some Japanese!). Peace.

  19. comment number 19 by: egg

    Phil2Musashi, thank you.

    If you are ever in Vancouver, I will let you practice with my Korean friends (one of them even speaks some Japanese!).

    I would love to meet you and your Korean friends. But alas, it will still take a couple of years to achieve my life plans here in Japan. Till then, I think I cannot afford visiting other countries.
    I wish the time will soon arrive and I can visit your country though.
    By the way can you invite him/her here? I would love to discuss with him/her.

  20. comment number 20 by: Phil2Musashi

    Sounds cool, I will keep you updated on my travels.

  21. comment number 21 by: egg

    Phil2Musashi
    Please don`t take my words bad, but on my second thought, I became a little bit anxious.
    I thought inviting him/her here must be fun and still the same now, but is there no fear of braking friendships between you?

    I think my ideas about history must be quite different from his/hers. That is not a probrem at all. But when your opinions differ, will it not effect to daily life?
    (Is he/she calm enough to seperate the debates and daily life?)
    I hate to say this because it sounds so arrogant but I do not have the skills to express in other words. And I do not wamt to see your relationship braking by all means.
    I am still looking forward to talk with your friends, but at the same time I have a little anxiety. I hope what I am anxious about is totally groundless.

    I am so sorry to have made a thoughtless proposal.