Wednesday, December 21, 2011

An Open Letter to The Communist Party of Canada

It should be the North Koreans writing this but they are too busy pretending to care that some fat b@$+@rd has finally kicked the bucket.

But some people apparently do care:

The Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) is deeply saddened to inform you of the untimely death of Kim Jong Il, leader of the Korean people and General Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea, Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army.

On this occasion, Comrade Sandra L. Smith, First Secretary of the Central Committee of CPC(M-L) sent a letter to the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea expressing the deepest condolences of the Party and its members. CPC(M-L) also extends deepest condolences to his successor Kim Jong Un, Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea and now the Supreme Leader of the Korean People.

The death of the leader of the Korean people, Comrade Kim Jong Il, is a great loss to the Korean nation to whom he dedicated his life and work. To fullfil the striving of the Korean people to control their own destiny, he worked tirelessly for Korean reunification and to achieve the prosperity of the DPRK. His death comes at a time when the DPRK is achieving important economic developments to improve the people’s well-being and standard of living. The untimely passing of Kim Jong Il is also a great loss to the world anti-imperialist and democratic forces and the world communist movement in which the role of the DPRK to uphold principle and oppose preparations for imperialist war has been decisive to ensure peace in the region.

 What can I say?

You people are the limit. You not only fail to see how communism is a political, economic and moral failure, you have completely overlooked the atrocities this man for whom you now mourn is responsible. Your sorrow is born of idiocy and total lack of empathy for the human condition.

Where does one begin?

Could we talk about....

The cult of personality that saved the masses from respecting a true leader who rules through charisma, sound policies and fairness rather than fear (something that has served your other heroes quite well):

In the wake of Kim Jong Il’s recent death, the oppressed people of North Korea are faced with a rare, extraordinary opportunity to break free from the chains of communist slavery, and from the cult-like regime built on the grand delusions of a megalomaniac.

Kim Jong Il’s reign was a bizarre, hypocritical, Stalinistic empire. An estimated 20,000 political prisoners languished in re-education camps, and children starved in out-of-sight areas while the communist dictator annually imported $650,000 worth of Hennessy’s finest Cognac, and flew in chefs from Tokyo and Italy. His regime was a cardboard, papier-mâché empire that only allowed the free world an extremely limited glimpse of staged city areas of Pyongyang, the forbidden city, while the rest of the country was rumored to be in poverty and ruins.

The racism that sprung from the Dear Leader's Juche philosophy:

Nationalism, especially this kind of race-based nationalism which we see so little of in the rest of the world these days, is, psychologically speaking, an enormously appealing doctrine. It is just as well suited to good economic times as to bad ones, because when things go well you can say it's because your race is so great, and when things go badly you can blame them on foreigners. This worldview gives every North Korean citizen a role to play in this sacred racial mission of kicking the Yankees out of South Korea and reunifying the peninsula.  ....

That's what they believe. Because the Korean people are racially, inherently good, it follows that the South Korean people are born just as good as the North Korean people are. But the North Korean propaganda apparatus makes a lot of the contaminating influence of the American presence in South Korea, the contaminating influence of American morals. The media in Pyongyang is also very critical of intermarriage between South Korean citizens and foreigners, especially between South Koreans and Americans. The North Koreans believe that South Koreans' racial purity is in danger.

The bombing of Korean Air 858 which killed 115 people.

The sinking of the Cheonan.

The shelling of Yeonpyeong Island.

The kidnapping of Japanese nationals.

Where is Megumi?

And who could forget the mass starvation?

This young woman starved to death.

The concentration camps.

In the remote north-eastern corner of North Korea, close to the border of Russia and China, is Haengyong. Hidden away in the mountains, this remote town is home to Camp 22 - North Korea's largest concentration camp, where thousands of men, women and children accused of political crimes are held. 

Now, it is claimed, it is also where thousands die each year and where prison guards stamp on the necks of babies born to prisoners to kill them.

The butchery and persecution of Christians.

The sexual enslavement of women.

This is Kim Jong-Il's legacy. This was his "life's work" as you put it. Abject poverty. Starvation. Brain-washing. Concentration camps. Terrorism. Violence. I fail to see how the lot of his people was ever improved. He did have money in various bank accounts in the event he ever needed to flee (but why would he need to do that?). All he worked for was aggrandising his ego and his figure.

That you would defend this piece of excrement is not too unexpected as you cannot see how Stalin or Pol Pot were similarly evil, as well. However, none of it is excusable.

If you feel so strongly about Kim Jong-Il's brave vision for North Korea, do emigrate there. Stay there. Roll up your sleeves and work along side the starving masses who have no contact or idea of the outside world. Drop a line (if you can).

Let me know how it works out.

Sincerely disgusted,




Anonymous said...

You forgot one thing.

Since when does the CPC-ML endorse dynastic succession?

Osumashi Kinyobe said...

Since democratic elections are sooooo imperialist!