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Disappointing judgment (South Korea)


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I know it's not that simple, but given that a war with heavy casualties could erupt at any given moment in Korea, wouldn't you prefer to go to prison for three years and face stigmatization afterwards than to be in the South Korean military?

 

Just saying. I have a feeling Jehovah has yet to vindicate his name in this issue. This is not the last we have heard from it.


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I discussed this point with the brother in charge of the legal department of the Bethel of South Korea last week.

 

I think that this was expected : the Constitutional Court has no real power in the end. It's not like the Supreme Court. The problem is that the ones (and the ONE... Satan) in charge don't like us and our neutrality.

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