The US THAAD installation in South Korea is being threatened by the election of Moon Jae-in as president. He is also expected to reestablish fresh contacts with the leaders in North Korea, and bring South Korea into the Multipolar Century spearheaded by the BRICS. Continue reading South Korea’s New President Moon Jae-in Easing Tensions in the Korean Peninsula
The Washington DC puppet government of South Korea under Park Chung-hee has just been impeached, and local politicians are now forming alliances and blocs to facilitate their assumption to power over the country that has just been under an intensified pressure from the Pentagon to host its THAAD missile system and create an atmosphere of nuclear fear across the region. Continue reading US Puppet Park Chung-hee Impeached, NK-friendly Progressive Moon Jae-in Rising
This is probably the highest number of protestors ever demanding a leader to step down, in recent memory. An estimated 1.5 million hit the streets in the capital of South Korea to demand the resignation of the US puppet President Park Geun-hye.
At the moment the number of founding members of the Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has reached 41 countries, according to the Chinese Finance Ministry. The United States and Japan have refrained from joining the bank.
Japan is now entertaining the idea of joining the China-led World Bank 2.0, while Australia, with its well established economic cooperation with China, is already showing positive signs since its mother corporation, i,e, United Kingdom, has already decided to join in.
Without interference from the Jesuits and Western warmongers, China can attain peace with its neighbors here in Asia. The presence of the Jesuits and US banksters exerting undue influence upon governments of Japan, Philippines and South Korea created a psychological division among Asians.
The new China-led Asian investment bank, a potential rival to institutions such as the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank, has enlisted more US allies as members after Britain decided to join last week.
If left alone the two Koreas would have reunited long ago. It is only when a third party keep sowing political intrigue that a division is sustained.
Just like a persistent bacteria that hinders the complete healing of a wound, the West keeps its “democratically” infested colonies from working together towards mutual progress.
(A video update by Neil Keenan)
BY ROBERT J. MILLER, NEIL KEENAN & THE KEENAN TEAM
Since arriving here in Jakarta nearly two weeks ago – both the pace and developments have been relentless. The past two weeks seem more like two months, as the scope and magnitude of what we do here appears to expand, not by the day – but by the minute!