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, […]

Can an impeached conservative president go to prison? Ask South Korea’s Park Geun-Hye

Can an impeached conservative president go to prison? Ask South Korea’s Park Geun-Hye

Analysis by WorldTribune Staff, January 29, 2021 As the impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate of former President Donald J Trump looms, his 75 million voters are wondering why contesting the 2020 election is an impeachable offense. After all the ruling Democrat Party continues to contest Trump’s 2016 election with all legal (and/or extralegal) means […]

Coming to America? Imminent one-party rule in South Korea shocks U.S. congressman

Coming to America? Imminent one-party rule in South Korea shocks U.S. congressman

by WorldTribune Staff, December 15, 2020 Democrats in January will have a chance to take control of the U.S. Senate with victories in two runoff elections. Analysts say all signs point to a repeat of the November election in which massive fraud and irregularities were alleged. Democrat leaders have vowed to fundamentally change the country […]

Disputed April election in South Korea paved way for eliminating counterintelligence

Disputed April election in South Korea paved way for eliminating counterintelligence

FPI / December 13, 2020 Geostrategy-Direct.com South Korean leftist president Moon Jae-In and his ruling Democratic Party are close to achieving a long-desired goal of dismantling the country’s counterintelligence capability. Similar laws in the past had been rejected by South Korea’s parliament. However the April 15, 2020 general election, the results of which were disputed […]

U.S. ally in Seoul syncs up with CCP on ‘security’, bans patriotic rally

U.S. ally in Seoul syncs up with CCP on ‘security’, bans patriotic rally

by WorldTribune Staff, October 6, 2020 While bolstering its security ties to China, the administration of leftist South Korean President Moon Jae-In has clamped down on patriotic and anti-government demonstrations in Seoul. The Moon administration coordinated with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on a high-ranking security forces training class in November of 2019, a report […]

Fraud ‘probably happened’ in decisive S. Korean election, empowering pro-CCP party

Fraud ‘probably happened’ in decisive S. Korean election, empowering pro-CCP party

by WorldTribune Staff, September 28, 2020 The April 15, 2020 South Korean election resulted in an overwhelming victory (180 out of 300 seats) for leftist President Moon Jae-In’s ruling Democratic Party (DP) over the main opposition UFP. The DP majority is enough to pass any legislation Moon desires and could revise the country’s constitution if […]

Wall Street Journal op-ed: U.S. should confront South Korea on ‘its suppression of freedom’

Wall Street Journal op-ed: U.S. should confront South Korea on ‘its suppression of freedom’

by WorldTribune Staff, September 11, 2020 The American public is largely unaware of the deteriorating freedoms in heretofore staunch U.S. ally South Korea. Only WorldTribune.com has been chronicling this story. Now the Wall Street Journal is also paying attention. In one recent major development, Kim Yo-Jong, the powerful sister of dictator Kim Jong-Un, on June […]

Covid politics: Seoul cracks down on church following mass demonstrations

Covid politics: Seoul cracks down on church following mass demonstrations

by WorldTribune Staff, August 23, 2020 A church in Seoul which has been a gathering place for conservatives and whose pastor openly criticizes leftist President Moon Jae-In was raided by police on Friday after Moon’s government accused the church of being the epicenter of a recent covid outbreak, reports say. A court issued a warrant […]

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