S. Korean prosecutor who sent former president to jail on bribery charges without evidence, accused of bribery

S. Korean prosecutor who sent former president to jail on bribery charges without evidence, accused of bribery

by WorldTribune Staff, July 9, 2021 A universal pattern with political forces of the Left — accusing foes of its own sins — has been evidenced in a once anti-communist U.S. ally in Asia. The special prosecutor who sent conservative South Korean President Park Geun-Hye to prison for 22 years on charges of bribery has […]

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 […]

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 […]

Angry conservative demonstrators in Seoul manhandle police, demand president’s resignation

Angry conservative demonstrators in Seoul manhandle police, demand president’s resignation

BREAKING . . . Special to WorldTribune, August 15, 2020 [Editor’s Note: We have added ‘Breaking‘ as a new feature because . . . Drudge has gone away.] SEOUL, South Korea — Tens of thousands of demonstrators defied a government ban of large rallies on “Independence Day”, Aug. 15. The ban had been imposed ostensibly […]

YouTube revolution: Koreans who remember the war tune out mainstream media

YouTube revolution: Koreans who remember the war tune out mainstream media

by WorldTribune Staff, January 1, 2020 Distrust in the mainstream media is not limited to the U.S. but is said to be more intense in South Korea which lacks conservative alternative media and is facing what earlier would have seemed impossible: the threat of a left-wing dictatorship. For many, YouTube is the only platform for […]

Seoul scraps intelligence-sharing pact with Tokyo in blow to U.S. alliance

Seoul scraps intelligence-sharing pact with Tokyo in blow to U.S. alliance

by WorldTribune Staff, August 23, 2019 South Korea’s government on Aug. 22 announced that it was scrapping a military-intelligence sharing pact with Japan weeks after being urged to do so by communist North Korea. Japan had sought an extension of the General Security of Military Information Agreement (GSOMIA) despite increased tension between the two countries. […]

Unreported: Liberation Day in Seoul marked by massive demonstrations calling for president’s ouster

Unreported: Liberation Day in Seoul marked by massive demonstrations calling for president’s ouster

by WorldTribune Staff, August 16, 2019. Updated August 17 A massive flag rally in Seoul on Aug. 15 to mark the 74th anniversary of Korea’s liberation from Japan was mostly ignored by South Korea’s mainstream media while foreign media reported on a smaller demonstration dominated by anti-Japan sentiment, observers say. Protesters from conservative groups filled […]

Report challenges legal, factual basis for impeaching South Korea’s conservative president

Report challenges legal, factual basis for impeaching South Korea’s conservative president

FPI / July 16, (updated July 21), 2019 More than two years after conservative South Korea President Park Geun-Hye was impeached, questions remain on whether the charges against Park were baseless or whether they were worthy of impeachment and a prison sentence, a report said. “Most people do not know exactly what happened or how […]

Violence in Seoul as workers hired by leftist mayor destroy conservatives’ tents

Violence in Seoul as workers hired by leftist mayor destroy conservatives’ tents

by WorldTribune Staff, June 25, 2019 Tents erected by conservative activists calling for the release from prison of former President Park Geun-Hye were demolished by government workers deployed by the Seoul’s Mayor Park Won-Soon, according to video and news reports. The government and judiciary under President Moon Jae-In has jailed journalists, controlled social media and […]

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