Moon Jae-In promises 50 North Korean defectors with a new Chinese bitcoin to finance his own election campaign
An insider from a secret meeting promising North Korean defectors with a new Chinese bitcoin worth $1380 USD speaks out
On April 4th 2017, a group made of 50 North Korean defectors in support of Moon Jae-In for the 19th president election of South Korea gathered at the National Assembly’s meeting room at 10 am. A speaker at the meeting promised the North Korean defectors in support of presidency for Moon Jae-In with bitcoin worth of $1380 USD while giving out “LCFHC Registration forms”. However, some of the insiders who attended the meeting raised a concerning voice about violating the laws of elections.
LCFHC Registration forms given out to North Korean defectors supporting Moon Jae-In for Presidency says “Free Registration”, and at the same time “With free registration, $1380 USD direct deposit to your account”.
As the source of LCFHC Registration forms were later discovered to be from a pyramid scheme online trading firm called “LCFHC” from China promoting a new Chinese bitcoin called “LCF Coin “ which was planned to be launched on May 3rd, people are speculating that President Moon Jae-In’s election campaign teams were making shady deals with an illegal Chinese online trading firm to finance their own election campaign in exchange for sale of the new Chinese bitcoin to 50 North Korean defectors.
According to an explanation of an investor in the pyramid scheme bitcoin, LCFHC is a firm set up by the British Rothschild family members to do business with China which has big cryptocurrency volumes. The firm LCHFC is also based on development of cryptocurrency markets in China presented by Xi Jinping who is the leader of the Chinese communist government.
People are speculating that there is a close relationship between President Moon Jae-In’s election campaign and the Chinese government, given the fact that the LCFHC is tied with the Chinese government institutions, and was also promoted numerous times on CCTV of China.
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