Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Friends of Korea Commemorative Meeting

Meeting to mark the first anniversary of the passing of Kim Jong Il,
leader of the Workers’ Party of Korea and of the Korean people.

Saturday, December 8, 2-5pm

Marchmont Community Centre, 62 Marchmont Street, London WC1N 1AB

(nearest tube: Russell Square)

All friends of Korea are warmly invited to participate in this meeting which will take a stand in celebrating the achievements of Kim Jong Il and of the people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) under his leadership.

With a memorial film-showing, together with a number of short presentations highlighting the importance and significance of Kim Jong Il’s life and work. Also highlighting the confident outlook of the Korean people whose sentiment is that Kim Jong Il still lives on in their advances.

Organised by the British Committee to Commemorate the Passing of Kim Jong Il

Monday, 12 November 2012

Free Ro Su Hui!

 By New Worker correspondent
NCP leader Andy Brooks joined a picket of the south Korean embassy in London last week to demand the release of the south Korean peace activist arrested in July after he returned from a visit to the north. Ro was arrested and detained by the south Korean puppet regime under the so-called "National Security Law" which punishes south Koreans for visiting north Korea or sympathising with it in anyway.
The 1st  November protest was organised by the International Committee for the Release of Ro Su Hui which is supported by the NCP and a number of Juche and Korean solidarity movements in Britain and abroad. Dermot Hudson, the secretary of the new campaign, read out demands for Ro Su Hui’s release throughout the picket as well as messages of support from the Swiss Korea Committee and the  Anti-Imperialist National Democratic Front of south Korea (AINDF).