South Korea’s New President Threatens US Interests in Korea

Posted: May 10, 2017 in Uncategorized

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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.

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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.

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  1. Uh oh! The U.S. isn’t going to like this! What to do! What to do! The plans for the empire seem to be falling apart! I can only hope!

    • Shelby, I think this is just more evidence of waning US influence in foreign affairs. After lots of popular protests, they impeach the US puppet Park Geun-Hye and install someone who favors Korean sovereignty over Wall Street and gets back on track with Korean unification.

      • YAAAAAY! I can’t tell you glad I am to read this! And even the shenanigans over the supposed ‘Russian interference with U.S. elections’ isn’t going to make a hill ‘beans worth of difference in the grand scheme of things. They are dragging out every dog and pony show they can to deflect from what’s going down, but nobody’s buying it anymore. That ship is sailing, thankfully!

  2. The times are a-changing. Hope lives.

  3. You betcha, Rosaliene. The election of this sideshow clown can no longer distract the world from the rapid US decline economically, militarily and politically. As more and more US vassal states exert their sovereignty things should happen pretty fast now.

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