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Korean Hostages will be freed; Price: Complete Surrender

Posted by Atilla89 on August 29, 2007

Just a bit of background, basically the Taliban kidnapped some South Koreans (I think they were missionaries) and have tried successfully to bargain them off for something with the Korean government. The Koreans have given in and guess what:

Under the terms of the agreement, South Korea agreed to stick by its previous decision to withdraw its 200 non-combat troops from Afghanistan, which work mostly in an engineering and medical capacity.

In addition, Seoul will halt all Christian missionary work in Afghanistan

Because the Korean government have not stood up to these terrorists, the Taliban will continued these tactics, and why shouldn’t they? As the saying goes, ‘Don’t change a winning combination.’

Hat tip: LGF

2 Responses to “Korean Hostages will be freed; Price: Complete Surrender”

  1. Scouse said

    You are quite right, give in and it is never over.

    Here is an extract from a poem that says it all for me.

    It is always a temptation to a rich and lazy nation,
    To puff and look important and to say:-
    “Though we know we should defeat you, we have not the time to meet you. We will therefore pay you cash to go away.”

  2. […] 9:58 am 3 days ago I warned what would happen if South Korea gave into the demands of the Taliban here, and guess what? I was right. Hat tip to LGF. The seven remaining South Korean hostages taken […]

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