Monday, 27 May 2019

Swiss KFA condemns NKNews Attack on UK KFA


of the Swiss Korea Committee for condemnation
the attacks  against the KFA
May 26 Juche 108 (2019)

Recently, the Korean Friendship Association (KFA) and its UK national organization, the UK KFA, and its president, Drs. Dermot Hudson attacked and slandered by traitor Alex Meads.
Meads was a member of UK KFA. He was expelled from her on April 22 for giving an interview to NKNews, a Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) hostile to the US CIA-controlled website, in which he cursed the organization and its president.
During his participation in the delegation of the UK KFA to the DPRK in September 2018, Meads was struck by racist statements about other cultures.
In Beijing, he insulted the Chinese people as "all looking the same" and behaved disrespectfully and racially towards the Chinese hotel staff and the Air China crew.
There is no place for racists and fascists in the KFA.
During his stay in Korea, he tried to play delegation against each other.
In an interview for NKNews, he alleged, among other things, that the members of the UK KFA would be forced to do this or that. And the UK KFA is a "cult".
Meads skillfully played the role of the "disappointed and abused" and the "victim."
He also tried to play the membership list of the UK KFA to the NKNews. In revenge for his expulsion, he illegally published internal discussions of members and even threatened officials of the UK KFA by force.
It has to be stated that all this traitor claimed in the interview is a lie, slander and libel.
The summit is that he insulted the DPRK and its supreme leadership and denigrated the KFA as a "dangerous organization".
The betrayals of Meads and his evil accusations are exploited by the enemies to slander and smear the socialist Korea and KFA. Meads is an agent of the enemies.
Our committee condemns indignantly the outrageous attacks on the KFA.
As the Swiss member organization of the KFA we are talking about the KFA, the UK KFA and its president Dermot Hudson expresses our full solidarity.

Swiss Korea Committee

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