Leftist South Korean regime is not only far-left including the president Moon Jae-In but also communist. No Joke !

Leftist South Korean regime is not only far-left including the president Moon Jae-In but also communist. No Joke !

South Korea just like anywhere else has two political tensions, between the conservatives and the liberals.

The conservatives are fully with America. (Except for few who turned to Communist Chinese for dirty money)

The liberal South Koreans are not with America. They do not recognize America as their allies. They instead want American troops to go home shouting Anti-Imperialism. They are leftist-socialists.

The liberal South Koreans and politicians are being paid a lot of money from behind. They are behind massive Anti-American protests.

 

The Washington Post once wrote an article title “South Korea’s liberal president isn’t anti-American“.

NOT !, WRONG !, not only he is far-left, he chose an Ex-student activist, Pro-North Korean politician who even served prison sentences on account of a national security breach to be his secretary. Recently, he even met with the president of Lebanon who is catholic just like him and “a member of Hezbollah”. When he left for Lebanon, he went there without any announcement !. Because of his secret Lebanon trip, there are many speculations but one of the most population is that he went to Lebanon to send money to North Korea as it is struggling economically from UN actions. and why is this one the most convincing ? because Im Jong-Seok has been sending money to North Korea all of his life. Now that he can’t with striker international sanctions on North Korea, he want to Lebanon as it is famous for money laundering and terror financing.

 

Dear Washington Post, please get to know the communist past of a Pro-Korean Ex-student activist Im Jong-Seok, before even talking about the South Korean politics. And who picked this guy to be the secretary of President Moon Jae-In ? Himself !

The one on the left is Im Jong-Seok

 

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