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South Korea computers suffer huge cyberattack


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  • JWB Kaysville, UT
    March 21, 2013 8:16 a.m.

    Having flown supplies and people into many various South Korean bases in the 1970-1980s with some on the border with North Korean, it is interesting to see they are still the object of attacks against their way of life. It is not the Inchon of the 1950s or the Tree-chopping in the 1970s or their airliner being shot down in the 1980s but it is an attack against their ability to grow and be an economic viable country when the North Korean government makes weapons of mass destruction and can't feed their people.

    South Korean abilities have brought durable and non-durable products to the world. They have shown tenacity in their fight for freedoms surrounded by nations that would love to have their lands. The South Korean lands don't make them a nation as much as it is the type of people they have become. They are sort of like Israel in their fight for freedoms of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It is the inward desire they have to be themselves and not forced by fear of what happens tomorrow.

    Cyber-attacks and terrorism won't win in Korea, the people will.