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Saturday February 08 2014
02:00 PM

Korea Friendship Association (KFA) - Public Meeting

category dublin | anti-capitalism | event notice author Saturday January 25, 2014 19:02author by KFA Ireland - Korea Friends Association Ireland Report this post to the editors

KFA Ireland and Ireland Juche-Songun Ideas Study Group invites all genuine anti-imperialists to this public meeting.

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KFA Ireland and Ireland Juche-Songun Ideas Study Group invites all genuine anti-imperialists to this public meeting, to discuss various topics related to the ongoing and heroic struggle of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea to maintain its sovereignty and Socialist form of society in the face of constant aggression from the imperialist force of the USA and its southern Korean lapdog rgime. Speeches with discussions and questions will be held. Meeting begins 2pm sharp at the Teacher's Club, Parnell Square, Dublin. Saturday, 8th Feb.

author by KFA Ireland - Korean Friendship Associationpublication date Fri Jan 31, 2014 15:08Report this post to the editors

Members of KFA Ireland will be providing information about the KFA and the anti-imperialist struggle of the DPRK, this Saturday at lunchtime, along with information about the KFA Public Meeting next Saturday, February 8th, at the Teachers Club. For more information, please see our Facebook page, go raibh maith agaibh.

Related Link: https://www.facebook.com/KfaIreland?ref=hl
author by Henrypublication date Wed Feb 05, 2014 16:22Report this post to the editors

I suppose the KFA if it gets going here will post colourful images of the dear leader urging on the workers and peasants of North Korea. Proletarian art of the '50s and '60s vintage had its aesthetic aspects. I suppose too that members of KFA will be known as Esteemed Comrades? That's what members of a Workers Party delegation to North Korea were called sometime in the 1970s. The Phoenix magazine and Hibernia magazine had short articles on the topic at the time.

author by KFA Irelandpublication date Wed Feb 05, 2014 18:25Report this post to the editors

Well, I guess if it was in Phoenix or Hibernia magazines, it must be true. Of course, Irish Communists and Republicans do address each other as comrade, or a chara.

author by Contrarianpublication date Thu Feb 06, 2014 23:22Report this post to the editors

I suppose the KFA if it gets going here will post colourful images of the dear leader urging on the workers and peasants of North Korea. Proletarian art of the '50s and '60s vintage had its aesthetic aspects.

No need, it's been done already. http://cedarlounge.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/a-series-of...43040 You couldn't make this stuff up and further comment would be superfluous so I won't even try.

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author by KFA Irelandpublication date Fri Feb 07, 2014 02:11Report this post to the editors

That is a beautiful and inspiring collection of images of the beloved Generalissimos and the armed and resolute Korean Workers. One can only feel one's heart fill with pride when one sees such images of happy Workers, working for peace, but ready for war - if the imperialists are so foolhardly as to start any trouble. Of course, it's difficult for Irish Workers - beaten down, atomized and comsumerized - to even sense of joy of defending one's national sovereignty and honour. And the Mis-Leaders of the Irish Left betray Irish Workers at ever step, by holding up consumerist models instead of true Marxist-Leninist models.

Related Link: https://www.facebook.com/KfaIreland?ref=hl
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