Save Jeju Island, Save Peace

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on Mar 27, 2012

If you want to know more about what is happening in Jeju island, please visit savejejuisland.org.

제주 강정마을에 대해 더 많은 정보를 원하시는 분은, 다음카페 ‘구럼비야 사랑해’를 방문해주세요.

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The Threat of Warships on an ‘Island of World Peace’ by Noam Chomsky

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by Noam Chomsky
In These Times
Oct. 6, 2011

Jeju Island, 50 miles southeast of South Korea’s mainland, has been called the most idyllic place on the planet. The pristine, 706-square-mile volcanic island comprises three UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites.

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Yang sprung from jail by growing pressure on South Korean government by Bruce Gagnon

by Bruce Gagnon
featured writer
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Organizing Notes
June 1, 2011

Jeju Island, South Korea

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Professor Yang was released from jail today. He was sentenced to one and one-half years in jail with a suspended sentence but with two years probation. There can be no doubt that the international outcry on his behalf has helped spring him from the jailhouse.

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My Friend Sung-Hee Choi Arrested On Jeju Island by Ariel Ky

by Ariel Ky
Guest Writer
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Peacevisionary’s Blog
China
May 29, 2011

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A friend of mine, Sung-Hee Choi, a sister peace activist in South Korea, was recently arrested May 17, along with seven other leaders protesting construction of a navy base on Jeju Island.  I have linked my heart in solidarity with her in this struggle because I understand that a line has to be drawn in the sand at Jeju Island, stopping further construction of military bases for the U.S. to threaten Asia.

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Who will speak for the fish, who will speak for the coral? by Bruce Gagnon

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by Bruce Gagnon
featured writer
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Organizing Notes
May 27, 2011

Six seems to be my lucky number. I was able to hand out six leaflets at Bath Iron Works (BIW) yesterday. But I found a way around the road block though. I sent the leaflet language to the local newspaper as a Letter to the Editor and it was printed yesterday. Continue reading