Sunday, November 13, 2005


While the Japanese Government negotiates with madmen and mass murderers, a group of Japanese citizens take matters into their own hands.

Japanese to radio abductees in N. Korea
TOKYO, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- A Japanese citizens group will soon begin broadcast of a short-wave radio program for Japanese abductees living in North Korea.

The 30-minute Japanese-language program, "Shiokaze (Sea Breeze)," which will include messages from family members of abductees, will be broadcast daily at 11:30 p.m. starting in late November, the Asahi Shimbun reported Thursday.

The program will start with such messages as: "It won't be long. We will rescue you without fail." About 50 names of those believed to be held in North Korea will be announced each day.

With about 270 names on the list, the announcement of names will loop every five days.

The program also will tell listeners that many people in Japan are trying to rescue those snatched by North Korea, and that abductees should try -- with caution -- to send information to the outside world.
It is good to see the people acting independently of their government. This is a great American tradition and can only be done by people living in a free country.

More to follow on the story of Japanese (and others) abducted by North Korean agents.

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