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Special Present From the National Democratic Front of South Korea!!!

The Workers Party of Korea's Theoritical Journal "Rodongsinmun" recent published an essay of mine Entitled " Nations of Periphery Have a Right to Weapons of Mass Destruction " on March 26th.

Below is the account sent to us by the National Democratic Front of South Korea Mission in Pyongyang. It is part of an E-certificate they sent to me as a gift, as well as various resources for the Songun Politics Study Group (USA), in its efforts to study the Juche Idea of President KIM IL SUNG, and the Songun Idea of Dear Leader KIM JONG IL. The e-certificate includes a picture of my statement in the Korean, and will soon be added to the website of the Songun Politics Study Group (USA). The statement in question was the March 7th editorial of the Iraqi Resistance Solidarity Network


The NDFSK account follows below

The statement carried by the March 26 issue of "Rodongsinmun"

Congratulations to SPSG USA!

The statement "Nations of Periphery Have a Right to Weapons of Mass Destruction" of John Paul Cupp, Chairman of the Songun Politics Study Group USA, was featured by the March 26 issue of "Rodongsinmun", authoritative organ of the Workers' Party of Korea.
Congratulations to Comrade John Paul Cupp and members of the Songun Politics Study Group USA and the Anti-imperialist Solidarity Committee USA, genuine Kim Jong Il-type communists fighting for independence of mankind as well as true and worthy life of the people of the USA.

The NDFSK fighters will stand by you forever!
Glory to the Juche and Songun followers of the world!
Victory to the genuine communists and the toiling masses of the USA!
Victory to the anti-imperialist, anti-US resistance of the oppressed peoples of the world!
Death to the US imperialism!

homepage: homepage: http://www.geocities.com/songunpoliticsstudygroup

While North Korean Children Starve SPSG receives generous payments from DPRK 05.Apr.2004 01:16

John Paul Cupp’s conscience

Dear John Paul,

You might feel clever to make some money just for publishing DPRK propaganda and hosting events.
But did you ever think about the fact that each $ that you receive from DPRK is a bowl of rice that a North Korean children does NOT get. So you take the money away from the starving North Korean people and contribute to their suffering.

Songun Politics means that the military and the worker's party and all people who support Kim Jong Il get benefits, while the other people in North Korea suffer from starvation and human rights violations.

Read this information by amnesty international on North Korea: Starved of Rights

JC Cupp's Happy Future! 05.Apr.2004 10:16

Happily Licking The Boots Of Dear Leader!

If JC is taking money from North Korea, I do hope he has registered with the Feds as an agent of a foreign country. Otherwise, it will be a very easy bust at some point...

Who said anything about taking money? 05.Apr.2004 12:09

john paul cupp

They sent a e-mail attachment thanking me for my article, were does that go to taking money.

I am swooning JPC 05.Apr.2004 21:08

Robotic subserviant drone

John Paul, you are a visionary on the cutting edge of the new World order. STALINISM.
Once the muslims and christians kill each other off what will be left are the Stalinists. And I want to join up.
What say you to a meet and greet Stalinist sewing circle? or Koffee Klatch?
Mr. Cupp I want and need to follow you comrade.

DPRK Reality is Torture and Starvation 06.Apr.2004 02:22


Dear John Paul,

How do you feel distributing Kim Jong Il propaganda while knowing he is responsible for horrible human rights abuses in the DPRK?

North Korean people in DPRK Kwan-Li-So's (prison camps) live in inhuman conditions. Torture, starvation, humiliation and death are daily experience.

Read this illustrated first-hand testimony by Lee Sun Ok (as just one example):

Overview on North Korean prison camps:

Google for North Korea and Human Rights to learn more.

Do you think all this is fabricated?

If there would be no such prison camps at the described areas in North Korea, why does the DPRK leadership not invite Amnesty International or the UN Human Rights Commission to check this and prove these reports false?

Thanks for a serious answer on this question,