In summary, Korean propaganda demonstrated in the Olympics field was a systematic campaign.
Most of Korean players enjoyed the propaganda by Park Jong-woo together with a smile, and never stop him
A Man who handed a sign with a political message to a Korean soccer player, Park Jong-woo, was wearing a small chest barge which shows a member of the Korean Association of Athletes or something.
In addition, Korean President Lee Myung-Bak decided to visit the volcanic outcrops in the Sea of Japan just before the match between Japan and Korea.Moreover, Many Korean media reported the korean team prepared "Dokdo is korean territory" ceremony. According to many korean media, at first, the korean team prepared "Dokdo is korean territory" ceremony but Korean players themselves gave up this ceremony because they thought "Dokdo is Korean territory" was nothing special. In an interview after the game, Korean forward Koo Ja-Cheol said definitely,"I planned to perform "Dokdo is Korean territory"ceremony but I thought it childish to perform "Dokdo is Korean territory"ceremony because "Dokdo is Korean territory" was nothing special so we gave up this ceremony." Without a doubt,there was not the slightest doubt that The Korean team had political intention to send out Korean political message that "Dokdo is Korean territory" from the first through the use of the London Olympics.
Taken together, the propaganda is organized crime, and all Korean team members must be sued for joint responsibility for it.
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1, http://static.news.zum.com/images/9/2012/07/11/NISI20120711_0006648080_web.jpg 2, http://s1-05.twitpicproxy.com/photos/full/635394351.jpg 3, http://photo.sankei.jp.msn.com/~/media/essay/2012/08/0811korea/20120811korea_3.jpg 4, http://imgnews.naver.net/image/076/2012/08/11/2012081101001082800088961.jpg
Both are putting a small chest barge which shows a member of the Korean Association of Athletes or something. Is that a coincidence? Are they giving the political message to the soccer player? Oh... Organized crime...
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