Extra! Korea

June 29, 2009

Yonsei University professor wants another ex-president to commit suicide

Filed under: education, North Korea, politics, suicide — extrakorea @ 2:12 am

Kim Dong-gil, a professor at Yonsei University, is evidently going two-for-two, as far as progressive ex-presidents go. Earlier, he wrote that Roh Moo-hyun should commit suicide over a bribery investigation. Days later, ex-president Roh jumped off a cliff to his death.
Now professor Kim want Kim Dae-jung to kill himself because he believes that it’s the ex-president’s failed Sunshine Policy that has enabled North Korea to arm itself with nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missiles. The cherry on top of the icing on the cake is the way he phrased it: He told Kim Dae-jung “to throw himself off from the nearest cliff.” Very sensitive and empathetic.
I guess he doesn’t like progressives. One down (no pun intended), one to go, I suppose.

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2 Comments »

  1. […] Via Extra Korea, Yonsei University’s Kim Dong-gil is not satisfied with ONE leftist ex-president’s suicide: he won’t be satisfied until they’ve both jumped off a cliff.  He had made comments that Ex-President Roh should kill himself just days before the man actually did. […]

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