Cho Kuk, a direct hit to Yun, “When I woke up, I felt like I was in the Japanese colonial era… It was completely backwards.”

On the 6th, former Justice Minister Cho Kuk targeted the Yoon Seok-yeol government and criticized it, saying, “I woke up feeling like I was in the Japanese colonial era, and I woke up feeling like a backward country.”

Former Minister Cho said this at the book concert for the launch of his new book, ‘Dike’s Tears’, held this afternoon at the Roh Moo-hyun Citizen’s Center in Jongno-gu, Seoul, hosted by Choi Kang-wook, a member of the Democratic Party of Korea.

Former Minister Cho mentioned President Yoon’s criticism of ‘communist totalitarianism’ at the end of last month and claimed that the President’s Office is mired in totalitarianism. He criticized, “Rather, isn’t Yongsan (the President’s Office) under the control of totalitarianism?” and “(the Yoon Seok-yeol government’s) policies are the totalitarianism we know from textbooks.”

Former Minister Cho said, “Communist totalitarianism토토사이트 is a word I have never heard of anywhere. Who suggested it? At first, I heard it wrong and thought it was ‘Yongsan totalitarianism.'” He added, “President Yoon used unfamiliar words such as ‘constitutionalist’ and ‘cartel’ at a certain time.” “There are times when people keep using words like ‘communist.’ This is a pattern of justifying their current goals and actions,” he pointed out.

Regarding the suspicion of preferential treatment on the Seoul-Yangpyeong Expressway, he said, “I have never heard of the prosecution taking action on criminal charges related to President Yoon’s individual, family, and close associates,” and claimed, “The prosecution’s investigative authority is privatized.”

He continued, “In my view, the rule of law that the current government talks about is completely fake.

Referring to Park Jeong-hoon, former head of the Marine Corps investigation team who was investigating the death of the late Corporal Chae Soo-geun, he said, “To use an analogy, Colonel Park is now showing the image of (prosecutor) Seok-yeol Yoon, who was applauded in the past, but President Seok-yeol Yoon is seeing Colonel Park showing himself.” “The intention is to investigate and inspect,” he said.

He said, “This means that what Prosecutor Yoon Seok-yeol showed in the past is one of two things. Either it was a lie and an illusion from the beginning, or Prosecutor Yoon Seok-yeol and President Yoon were different people at that time.”

In the Q&A that followed, when asked, ‘Do you have any advice for candlelight citizens?’, former Minister Cho said, “Under the Moon Jae-in administration, ‘we woke up and found ourselves a developed country.’ All indicators were that we were a top developed country in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), but now we wake up and look like an underdeveloped country . “It feels like the Japanese colonial era,” he criticized.

Former Minister Cho also said, “Assuming the full term is served, the Yoon Seok-yeol government still has three and a half years left. Also, no one knows what will happen after the next general election. I don’t think this gloomy reality will last long. Let’s go together hand in hand.” “If you look, things will change again,” he said.

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