Communist spy was honored by Seoul’s anti-communist intelligence agency

Communist spy was honored by Seoul’s anti-communist intelligence agency

by WorldTribune Staff, June 7, 2022 In June of last year, the leftist administration of President Moon Jae-In honored notorious communist spy Shin Young-Bok. Moon was even on hand himself when Shin was honored as his calligraphy was enshrined on a large rock outside of Seoul’s National Intelligence Service (NIS), which is the South’s version […]

South Korea’s leftist leader pardons conservative predecessor, Park Geun-Hye

South Korea’s leftist leader pardons conservative predecessor, Park Geun-Hye

by WorldTribune Staff, December 24, 2021 Park Geun-Hye, the former conservative South Korean president who was impeached, thrown out of office and jailed in 2017, was pardoned on Friday by leftist South Korean President Moon Jae-In. Park had maintained her innocence from the moment embezzlement and other charges against her emerged, claiming she was the […]

35 members of Congress warn NSC against ‘one-sided’ Korean War announcement

35 members of Congress warn NSC against ‘one-sided’ Korean War announcement

by WorldTribune Staff, December 22, 2021 Team Biden’s National Security Council (NSC) should not endorse an announcement officially ending the Korean War that does not include a denuclearization commitment from North Korea or protect U.S. assets in the region, 35 members of the U.S. Congress said in a joint letter to the Biden administration. South […]

CCP, Team Biden hail proposal by leftist government in Seoul to ‘declare peace without peace’

CCP, Team Biden hail proposal by leftist government in Seoul to ‘declare peace without peace’

Analysis by WorldTribune Staff, December 3, 2021 As the reign of South Korean leftist President Moon Jae-In approaches its end with scant accomplishments, so-called “Sunshiners” have moved to salvage what they can of the Moon regime by drafting a “peace declaration” to end the Korean War. “The goal is to rope the U.S. in,” Nicholas […]

South Korea’s ruling party candidate advocated pro-North, anti-U.S. positions

South Korea’s ruling party candidate advocated pro-North, anti-U.S. positions

FPI / November 10, 2021 Geostrategy-Direct The presidential candidate from [U.S. ally] South Korea’s ruling Democratic Party of Korea (Deobureo Minjoo Party) is steeped in pro-China, pro-North Korea, and anti-United States political stances, an analyst said. Lee Jae-Myung, who was the governor of Gyeonggi Province (which surrounds Seoul) until late October of this year, is […]

Why a peace treaty poses a mortal threat to South Korea

Why a peace treaty poses a mortal threat to South Korea

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk Time is running out for President Moon Jae-In. He has barely more than half a year to leave a legacy in Korean and world history as the leader responsible for bringing permanent peace at last to Korea, North and South. He would like nothing better than to step down […]

Press not free in once-democratic South Korea; Now YouTubers are being jailed

Press not free in once-democratic South Korea; Now YouTubers are being jailed

by WorldTribune Staff, September 22, 2021 The South Korean courts and the government of leftist President Moon Jae-In have stepped up their crackdown on press freedom by imprisoning YouTube commentators who are critical of the regime or entities which support it, a report said. “Freedom of speech continues to be suppressed,” East Asia Research Center’s […]

Seoul’s leftist president humbled by crushing defeats in major mayoral elections

Seoul’s leftist president humbled by crushing defeats in major mayoral elections

by WorldTribune Staff, April 8, 2021 Leftist South Korean President Moon Jae-In is likely to rapidly lose his grip on state affairs following crushing defeats his ruling party suffered in mayoral elections in Seoul and Busan, analysts say. The main opposition People Power Party (PPP) won landslide victories over Moon’s Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) […]

Former ambassador: South Korean voters unwittingly enabled ‘quasi-communist’ takeover

Former ambassador: South Korean voters unwittingly enabled ‘quasi-communist’ takeover

by WorldTribune Staff, February 23, 2021 In last year’s disputed parliamentary elections in South Korea, leftist President Moon Jae-In’s Democratic Party of Korea won enough seats to give his party the legislative majority it needed to pass almost any law without the help of other parties. In doing so, South Korean voters may have paved […]

Eerie parallels between U.S., South Korean elections foreshadowed in September 2020 webinar

Eerie parallels between U.S., South Korean elections foreshadowed in September 2020 webinar

by WorldTribune Staff, February 15, 2021 South Korea’s April 15, 2020 general election gave leftist President Moon Jae-In’s ruling party enough seats to give his party the legislative majority it needed to pass almost any law without the help of other parties. In a Sept. 18, 2020 webinar for the KCPAC conference, Dr. Tara O, […]

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