Best Korea Mocks Other Korea’s Ousted Criminal President

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
Match 10, 2017

You know, South Korea is in the middle of a massive scandal. Their President just got forced out of office for corruption, and is probably going to prison.

The Samsung exploding battery scandal is even bigger and still ongoing. You still can’t take these phones on planes, they’re still blowing up.

They have no moral authority to make accusations against North Korea.

Fox News:

North Korea wasted no time in bashing South Korea’s ousted president Friday, calling her a “common criminal” – and signaling that the countries’ decades-long war was no close to ending.

The South Korean leader, Park Geun-hye, “had one more year left as ‘president’ but, now she’s been ousted, she will be investigated as a common criminal,” North Korea’s central news agency reported. It was an unusually quick response from the rogue nation, which typically waits days to report international news, according to Reuters.

South Korea’s Constitutional Court removed Park from office in an unanimous ruling earlier Friday over a corruption scandal that plunged the country into political turmoil and worsened an already serious national divide. The decision capped a stunning fall for the country’s first female leader, who rode a wave of lingering conservative nostalgia for her late dictator father to victory in 2012, only to see her presidency crumble as millions of furious protesters filled the nation’s streets.

Two people died during protests that followed the court ruling. Police and hospital officials said about 30 protesters and police officers were injured in the violent clashes near the court, which prompted Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn, the country’s acting head of state, to plead for peace and urge Park’s angry supporters to move on.

The ruling allows possible criminal proceedings against the 65-year-old Park – prosecutors already have named her a criminal suspect – and makes her South Korea’s first democratically elected leader to be removed from office since democracy replaced dictatorship in the late 1980s.

Park’s “acts of violating the constitution and law are a betrayal of the public trust,” acting Chief Justice Lee Jung-mi said. “The benefits of protecting the constitution that can be earned by dismissing the defendant are overwhelmingly big. Hereupon, in a unanimous decision by the court panel, we issue a verdict: We dismiss the defendant, President Park Geun-hye.”

Lee accused Park of colluding with longtime confidante Choi Soon-sil to extort tens of millions of dollars from businesses and letting Choi, a private citizen, meddle in state affairs and receive and look at documents with state secrets. Those allegations previously were made by prosecutors, but Park has refused to undergo any questioning, citing a law that gives a sitting leader immunity from prosecution.

Yeah, that was the daughter of her cult master she was working scams for. This wacky bitch was raised in a cult, then ran the entire country on behalf of a cult pyramid scheme.

Has the leader of North Korea ever been in a cult?

Do people die in protests in North Korea?

Is North Korea shipping bomb phones all over the planet?


South Korea has no moral authority.

North Korea, on the other hand, has righteously called-out Barack Obama as a “wicked black monkey” and a “dirty fellow,” and noted that he is “a crossbreed with unclear blood” and that he “still has the figure of a monkey while the human race has evolved through millions of years.”

They also distributes copies of Mein Kampf.

North Korea has moral clout to throw around.