Korean Unification or Killing Sunshine: Flashback to Flight 858 and the Summer Olympic Games of 1988 in Seoul

by Scott Creighton

(the following is part one of a two part series on the current reunification effort taking place in Korea formerly known as the Sunshine Policy.)

What’s old may be new again.

Representatives from South Korea and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) have met and agreed to allow a delegation from the DPRK to attend the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea next month. It is being reported they also may have begun negotiations to reopen their shared free trade zone and start to allow relatives separated by the split between the two Koreas to visit one another again.

Representatives from the DPRK wanted to broadcast live the entire meeting between the two sides but the South Korean delegation apparently didn’t want that much transparency so they only opened part of the discussion up to the press.

This website (American Everyman) has a long history of supporting the renewal of the Sunshine policy in Korea and calling out the powers of the Deep State in their long standing efforts to keep such a unification from ever happening.

Today, with the prospect of peace breaking out on the Korean peninsula so near, it’s appropriate to look back at the Deep State’s history of destabilizing and sabotaging previous efforts in the past.

Because if we have learned one thing over the years it’s that the Deep State isn’t very creative and can always be counted on snatch war out of the jaws of peace whenever possible… where ever possible. But don’t take my word for it. Here’s a neoliberal apologist for the Deep State voicing his opinion about how this will probably work out:

“We know how this ends, even if that ending is so horrifying we dare not even think about it.“

Unfortunately, if history is any indicator, we do know how this ends…

via Korean Reunification or Killing Sunshine: Part One – Flashback to Flight 858 and the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul


Cult of Enlightenment and the Conspiracy Culture

The proverbial “conspiracy theorist” slur more often than not hits the mark. But does this exculpate the one throwing it about from further investigation? We think not. In this podcast we’ll take a dip into history of conspiracy theories, beginning with Augustin Barruel, to offer an opinion why modern academics, journalists and pop intellectuals tend…

via Cult of Enlightenment and the Conspiracy Culture — Kali Tribune English


The Logic of Occupation

“The logic of occupation”: (1) Shoot a boy in the face, leaving him gravely injured, and shoot tear gas into the family home, breaking several windows. (2) Arrest his 16-year-old female cousin who angrily slapped an Israeli soldier (for the shooting her cousin and attack on her home) and told him to leave their property. (3) Make the arrest in the middle of the night, using about 30 soldiers.  (4) Arrest the girl’s mother. (5) Arrest the girl’s female cousin. (6) And then say that they deserve to spend the rest of their lives in prison.


Newsbud Exclusive- DOD Spent $1,301,715,000 + ($1.3 Billion+) on 14 Contracts Pertaining to Drones in December 2017 — Newsbud

The Pentagon issues a jumbled list of contracts every business day around 5:00PM local time. Below we highlight all of the transactions from December 2017 related to remotely piloted vehicles, commonly known as drones. The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) spent at least $1,301,715,000 on 14 contracts pertaining to drones during December 2017. Alessi-Keyes Construction […]

via Newsbud Exclusive- DOD Spent $1,301,715,000+ on 14 Contracts Pertaining to Drones in December 2017 — Newsbud

Letter from a reader of “The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome” — On the Contrary

Letter from a reader of the book, The Occult Renaissance Church of RomeThe Church of Rome’s Kabbalistic Christ (from p. 351)New Year’s greetings, Michael,We wish you and your family a happy and prosperous 2018.I am writing basically to inform you that we did receive your latest book in the mail, and want to thank you again…

via Letter from a reader of “The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome” — On the Contrary