NLF; National Liberation Fronts: 1960/1970

By Robert Shanab Elias Abu; Donald C. Hodges | Go to book overview

interests, and the South Korean people have come to possess a reliable political general staff in their revolutionary battle for freedom and liberation.


CHAPTER TEN
South Korea: The Struggle Begins* Revolutionary Party for Unification (RPU)

RPU Manifesto

More than twenty years have elapsed since the downfall of fascism and the dawning of the regeneration of humanity. During this period a big leap forward has been registered in the history of mankind.

For a long time the three oppressed continents, as dependencies of European and American powers, have existed solely for the sake of the latter's prosperity. However, they have at last risen up in heroic resistance for national liberation, discarding the age-long history of oppression and humiliation. Nations, big and small, have finally set out to realize the cause of national self-determination and national restoration, shattering the shackles of imperialist tyranny.

In this great turbulence and powerful current of world history, our brothers in the North [of Korea] have made a great socialist change and amazing progress, standing definitely in the advanced ranks of the world nations. Under the tragic circumstances of the territorial division and national split, however, South Korea is still writhing in an unheard-of ordeal, unable to shake off the colonial, semifeudal backwardness.


Deception and National Humiliation

Here in this land, national sovereignty means nothing but a deceptive slogan and crafty lip-service of those in power: it is, in fact, no more than dependence on foreign forces, subordination, inequality, and national humiliation. "Freedom" and "democracy,"

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From Guardian, March, 1970/S-1.

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