Friday, 1 December 2017

The truth about Korea in Stoke

Shaun Pickford at the lit table
By New Worker correspondent

The Staffordshire branch of the UK Korean Friendship Association (KFA) held a successful meeting on the Korean crisis in a Stoke-on-Trent hotel last weekend. Chaired by Shaun Pickford from the local branch, the meeting heard a report from national KFA chair Dermot Hudson on the reality of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), which he said was “the most demonised and abused country on earth, with lies about the country being produced on an industrial scale…the DPRK is a stable and harmonious unified society based on single hearted unity so there is no terrorism and no riots.”
“It is time to take a real stand and defend People's Korea from the threat of US aggression,” Dermot said in his opening – a theme taken up during the discussion that followed. Shaun Pickford made the closing address, saying that this had been the first meeting of Staffordshire KFA. It had been a success and the local branch would be working for more meetings like this in the new year.

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