President Obama returns Korean national treasures to South Korean

President Park Geun-hye. The nine items were turned into the U.S.

government by the family of a deceased Marine lieutenant who had

served in the Korean War.



Pro-U.S. 'Sycophants' Use Cultural Treasures to Insult DPRK (Korea Central News Agency, North Korea)


Was South Korea President Park Geun-hye too polite to President Obama when he returned nine cultural artifacts to the country during his recent visit? According to Pyongyang's state-run Korea Central News Agency, the North's Bureau of Guidance for the Preservation of National Heritage accuses Park of 'kowtowing' to her master Obama when he returned the items, and then 'insulting' her fellow Koreans by asserting they were 'plundered' by the North.


May 6, 2014


North Korea - Korean Central News Agency – Home Page (English)

This column from Kim Jong-un's state-run media was rather polite compared to a few days earlier, when the North Korean regime called South Korea President Park Geun-hye a 'crafty prostitute' in thrall to her 'pimp' Barack Obama.


KCNA NEWS VIDEO, NORTH KOREA [STATE-RUN}: The USA is a 'living hell,' and the 'kingdom of crimes,' Apr. 29, 00:03:31RealVideo

Pyongyang: The Park Geun-hye group let loose provocative remarks about how the cultural treasures south Korea received from U.S. President Obama during his junket to Seoul had been "looted by north Korea."


[As a form of linguistic protest over the nation's separation and as a way of insulting South Korea, Pyongyang's state media has long used lower case letters to spell "south Korea." Doing the same for "north Korea" is a new development.]


Even after the great length of time it took Seoul to take the treasures back from the United States, Park failed to utter the proper words to her master. Even now, she repeatedly kowtowed to him and expressed gratitude.


On Thursday [May 1], a spokesman for the Bureau of Guidance for the Preservation of National Heritage said in a statement that the Park group's abuse of national treasures for the sake of its confrontation with their fellow countrymen is unpardonable.


The statement continued:


Despite the fact that even their American masters admitted that the treasures were taken by the United States, the Park group was hell-bent on a confrontation with their fellow countrymen. Sycophantically and traitorously, it malignantly hurled mud at their compatriots, floating a story about the north's "plunder of treasures."


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[Editor's Note: The Korea Times reported in Nov. 21, 2013: According to Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), the cultural artifacts were turned over to HSI special agents by the family of a deceased Marine lieutenant who had served in the Korean War. In 1950, the lieutenant had found the seals in a ditch near the Deoksugung Palace, which had just been ransacked by Chinese and North Korean soldiers.]


This is an intolerable insult, which mocks our inviolable national cultural treasures, and is an unpardonable provocation to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.


The most valuable of the nine cultural artifacts received from Obama included the Hwangjejibo Seal of the Emperor, a national seal made to mark the establishment of the Korean Empire [1897]. This and other state seals and stamps are just a few of the many cultural treasures looted by the U.S. imperialist aggressors.

The nine seals include three national seals of the Korean Empire, one

royal seal of the Korean Empire, and five signets of the Joseon Royal

Court of the Joseon Dynasty. The Korean Empire (1897-1910) followed

the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910)

[Click Here or Click Photo for Jumbo Version]


Though belatedly, the U.S. was obliged to apologize to the Korean nation for its brigandish and illegal plunder of cultural treasures, returning all of them.

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Yet Park Geun-hye allowed pro-U.S. stooges of Chongwadae [the Blue House or Presidential Office] claim shamelessly that "the treasures were looted by the north." This is clear demonstration of what a wicked and despicable U.S. servant she is.


People all walks of life in south Korea should never pardon the Park group for diminishing the dignity and interests of the Korean nation. Keen on confrontation with the DPRK, the Park group serves its American master. For playing games with these national treasures, people in south Korea should hurl this horde of traitors onto the trash heap of history.


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Posted By Worldmeets.US May 6, 2014 1:09pm