As we have reported a while ago, cryptocurrencies are the brainchild of the CIA and it doesn’t want anybody to trample on them. Aside from disobeying the Deep State by reengaging the North Koreans to a peaceful resolution of the more than half a century crisis, the South Korean government is cracking down on CIA cryptos, too. Continue reading South Korean Cryptocurrency Crackdown Head Assassinated
The US-South Korea alliance is breaking up. The idiots of the zero-sum game just don’t know when to shape up and accept geopolitical defeat gracefully. Continue reading US-South Korea Alliance is Breaking Up
It was highly anticipated that the assumption of Moon Jae-in in South Korea last year, would usher in a different trajectory for Korean politics and in its relationship with Japan. True enough, the recent high-level diplomatic interaction between the two Koreas left the Deep State in further isolation. Continue reading US Just Lost Asia to the BRICS
The constant exchange of war rhetoric between the US and North Korea is working for the US military industrial complex. South Korea has decided to build its own nuclear submarine fleet and a network of spy satellites. Continue reading US Warmongering Works, South Korea Building Nuclear Subs & Spy Satellites
Some American analysts are now asking why the North Korean missile was allowed to pass by a Japanese island with ringing alarm bells as the only response. Continue reading Is the US Really Capable of Shooting Down North Korean Missiles?
Donald Trump was reported to have halted the Chinese purchase of a US chipmaker last week. This is, of course, in line with his America First campaign speech. But there is also a grand plan to start a “mini nuke war” with North Korea, if only that is even possible.
The ultimate objective, of course, is China. Continue reading A US-China Trade War will End US Financial Monopoly | Jim Rogers
You’d have to laugh – if it were not so grave. The Trump administration says that it is running out of patience for a diplomatic solution to the Korea crisis.
This pseudo piousness comes from a US government that continually refuses to enter into direct negotiations with Kim Jong-un, the leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Continue reading Why Peace is Alien to the US
The South Korean President Moon Jae-in revealed his true color by threatening the North Koreans with “destruction beyond recovery,” in conjunction with allowing joint military drills with the United States. This latest statement will surely not bode well with the North Koreans especially with the latest UN sanctions against them. Continue reading SK President Moon Threatens to Destroy North Korea beyond Recovery
At the plenary session of the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed confidence that there would not be another large-scale military conflict on the Korean peninsula. Russian political observer Anatoly Wasserman explains what it is that the Russian president knows that many observers don’t. Continue reading ‘There Will Be No New Korean War’ | Putin
The people of North Korea have, a long time ago, decided that they cannot be subservient to any foreign power without a fight. Rhetorics of war are not enough to shut down this long standing idea that only an independent nuclear program could put the West at bay. Continue reading China & Allies Prove that North Korea Can Be Tamed If Need Be
Bomb shelters are selling like hot cakes in Canada, and not surprisingly, in Japan, too. This started out when two of the biggest egocentrics on the planet are hyping out a nuclear war that would end all the problems they certainly were all a part of. Continue reading This Industry is Booming on North Korean Nuclear Threat
Amid the thick fog of (rhetorical) war between Washington and Pyongyang, it’s still possible to detect some fascinating writing on the (unbuilt) wall. Continue reading Is North Korea Showing the Emperor is Naked?
In another sign that the West is losing geopolitical influence in East Asia, a North Korean ferry has completed its first cruise from Rajin port to Vladivostok, effectively defying the economic sanctions levied against it by Western economies.
Ferry service opens between N. Korea & Russia’s Vladivostok | RT News
18 May, 2017 00:25 Edited time: 18 May, 2017 07:16
A tourist ferry has completed its first cruise from the North Korean port of Rajin to the Russian city of Vladivostok. The route’s opening marks Pyongyang’s bid to develop trade and tourism ties with Russia amid growing tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Representatives of Chinese and Russian tourism companies were on board the ferry that arrived in Vladivostok on Thursday, RIA Novosti reports, citing the route operator. The first tourists on the first-ever passenger connection between the two countries are expected next week, it added.
The route’s launch is slated to “contribute to the development of regional tourism and bilateral trade,” the Russian consul general in the city of Chongjin, Yuriy Bochkarev, told TASS news agency.
The passenger ferry will make the trip four times a month. The Mangyongbong ferry is also said to carry up to 200 passengers and around 1,500 tons of cargo, according to TASS.
… Speaking in Beijing on Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin underscored the need “to return to dialogue with North Korea,” calling on world leaders to seek diplomatic solutions. He then stressed that Russia remains firmly opposed to the expansion of nuclear powers’ club with nukes on the Korean peninsula.
Following one of Pyongyang’s latest missile launches on Saturday, the UN Security Council threatened North Korea with a new raft of sanctions, urging it to suspend its nuclear and ballistic missile activity…
For this defiance, Russia will continue to suffer from its own set of EU sanctions that is forcing its industrial and agricultural sectors to grow organically in recent years, and from the cooperation of Asian countries, most notable of which is the $400 billion energy agreement with China.
Another factor that warrants attention is that in every Russian intervention, there is always that unique characteristics of it being decisive and sustained, such that the West is left murmuring in one corner in defeat.
The sheer size of the Eurasian economy and its population that are now asserting its true worth and power is putting the old paradigm where it should be. There’s no sense and value in confronting the emerging paradigm of win-win cooperation head on.
The Korean Peninsula will have its peace soon.
In order to end the tension in the Korean Peninsula, the ruling Democratic Party of Moon Jae-in is scrapping the THAAD installation, which was rammed into the country during the last days of the US puppet regime of Park Geun-hye. Continue reading South Korea Ruling Party Mulling Return of THAAD System to US
With Moon Jae-In’s victory in South Korea, the period of tension on the Korean Peninsula is likely to end. With the rise to power of the new president, South Korea can expect a sharp decline in hostilities with North Korea as well as a resumption of dialogue with China. Continue reading Major Developments Strongly Suggest the End of Unipolar World Order
Donald Trump has added a new title to his presidential resumè – war profiteer, after he provoked North Korea with his “powerful armada,” and forced his THAAD installation into South Korea because the latter needs it right now more than anytime in the past. Continue reading From Dealmaker to Butcher, to War Profiteer Trump
We were shocked yesterday hearing VP Mike Pence made threatening remarks against North Korea, and a trip to the most militarized border on the planet, knowing that any nuclear war with the latter would certainly spill over its borders with China, Russia, and the rest of East Asia. Continue reading Trump is Coward Enough to Use VP Pence in Threatening Nokor with Nuke War
Newly baptized Deep State puppet Donald Trump continues to court a nuclear war by “ordering the US Navy” to send the Carl Vinson Strike Group towards the Korean Peninsula, to deal with Pyongyang’s “nuclear threat.” Continue reading Rogue US Military Wants to Poke on Rogue North Korea Anew