Thursday, December 21, 2006

Abductee’s Family in South Korea

“In South Korea the abductees to North Korea and their families are criminals, not victims.”

“During the dictatorship years they made use of us in their anti-communism campaign for a while, but soon shifted to oppressing us that [the kidnapped] might return as a spy, and after democratization they neglected us, fearing the mood of North Korea. Whatever is the state of those kidnapped to North Korea and their families?” Se-cheol cried out.

I don't understand it.
Koreans are said to be nice to victims---it is the other side of their victim mentality.
But abductee's family are victim, then why do they treat them as criminals??

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