LG, shame on you!


by Fred

It is an indisputable fact; the Messianic Islamist regime ruling over Iran does not tolerate any dissent and is a police state. Selling enabling equipments to police states is morally wrong and reprehensible.

In an August open letter, UANI in part says:

“LG's sale of security products to regime-controlled entities is particularly concerning given the regime's history of misusing security and surveillance technology to monitor, track, apprehend, torture, and kill regime opponents.

For example, LG surveillance equipment, including the LT903N(P) Speed Dome Camera, is clearly advertised for sale on the website of IRANCCTV. IRANCCTV is a regime entity that operates under the auspices of Iran's Ministry of Culture, which has been described by Reporters Without Borders as "a censorship agency" and "all-out mechanism of control and repression" that violently interrogates journalists and activists in Iran.”

LG, stop enabling the Islamist regime which routinely rapes, maims and murders Iranian men, women and children. 

LG, if corporate responsibility and basic decency does not do it for you, what you're doing is against US law and as a US federal contractor you got a lot to lose.

ps. UANI letter to Bon-Joon Koo, LG's Chief Executive Officer here.

To send a message to LG, here.


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This is very interesting ...

by ayatoilet1 on

The South Koreans have very close intelligence links with the U.S.; and LG (Lucky Goldstar) Group is one of the most significant companies in South Korea with major operations in the U.S. During the past 30 years of 'superficial' sanctions - getting products to Iran via South Korea was a strategy that the U.S. would employ ...to assist the regime in Tehran. South Korea has been a conduit for U.S. technology and products - while sanctions were being superficially in place.

Despite everything American politicians say or indeed European politicians say, there is a constant stream of evidence that there is a plan to 'contain Iran' but to ultimately keep the regime in power. Containing Iran allows the west to run off with Iran's Caspian sea riches, forces Arabs to spend billions on Arms, and bottom-line has utility for U.S. and its partners in the region.

So, my point is if LG sold this equipment to Iran, it would have done so with 'full' U.S. support. If the IRI regime is using this equipment to repress Iranians it is being done with full support from the U.S. and its western allies.

South Koreans can't go to the bathroom without U.S. approval. There is no way LG would jeopordize its business in North America with the sale of security equipment in Iran.