Moon says patriotism goes beyond class, occupation and ideology in his Memorial Day address


President Moon Jae-in attended the Memorial
Day service at Seoul National Cemetery on Thursday. There he emphasized when it comes to patriotism
there isn’t a gap between conservatives and liberals. “As long as we avoid extremes and define patriotism
within the realm of common knowledge, no matter how we view ourselves – conservative or liberal
– we can move closer to an integrated society. I believe that is what is required to provide
patriots and veterans with genuine support in our time.” Moon added that patriotism transcends class,
occupation and ideology, and highlighted that sacrifices made for the nation are honorable
acts that should be repaid.

2 Replies to “Moon says patriotism goes beyond class, occupation and ideology in his Memorial Day address

  1. PATRIOTS AND LIBERALS HAVE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN COMMON WHATSOEVER. LIBERALS ARE THE PERFECT EXAMPLE OF ANTI- PATRIOTS. AND YOU, FUCKTARD MOONBEAM, ARE ONE OF THE MOST PATHETIC LITTLE YELLOW LIBFUCKS ON THE PLANET.

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