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Sibling Rivalry: ‘Rocket Man’ Furious With Sister’s Global Popularity Surge

Kim Yo Jong, the pretty and popular sister of the infamous Kim Jong Un, has recently disappeared from the public. She had been gaining publicity and celebrity status in his absence.

Then she just vanished into thin air. Some media outlets were even speculating that she would be taking over for him and was considered ‘second in command.’ However, since she simply vanished, many have speculated that the paranoid dictator is to blame.

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Federal Authorities Warn That North Korean Hackers Are Ramping Up Bank Heists

The United States has alleged that sophisticated hacking operations sourced out of North Korea are becoming an increasing threat, and have claimed that Pyongyang is taking part in a rising number of cyberattacks.

A warning from the US government on Wednesday claims that North Korean hackers are tapping into banks around the world to make fraudulent money transfers and cause ATMs to spit out cash.

A technical cybersecurity alert commissioned by four federal agencies, including the Treasury Department and the FBI, wrote that the North Korean government has initiated new hacking efforts recently following decreased activity.

“Since February 2020, North Korea has resumed targeting banks in multiple countries to initiate fraudulent international money transfers and ATM cash outs”, the warning states.

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Kim Jong-un dead and sister poised for North Korea takeover experts say after clue spotted

His claim is the latest with respect to Kim’s health, with widespread rumours of his death surfacing in April when he was not seen in public for a fortnight.

Since then footage has emerged purportedly showing him attending official engagements.

However, Mr Calley, who chronicles his time spent in North Korea during the course of his book, Look With Your Eyes and Tell the World, has always been sceptical, pointing out it was impossible to say with any degree of certainty when they were filmed.

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Kim Jong-un dead and sister poised for North Korea takeover experts say after clue spotted

His claim is the latest with respect to Kim’s health, with widespread rumours of his death surfacing in April when he was not seen in public for a fortnight.

Since then footage has emerged purportedly showing him attending official engagements.

However, Mr Calley, who chronicles his time spent in North Korea during the course of his book, Look With Your Eyes and Tell the World, has always been sceptical, pointing out it was impossible to say with any degree of certainty when they were filmed.

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Kim Jong-Un Reportedly Orders North Koreans To Hand Over Pet Dogs So They Can Be Eaten

Heavy rain, widespread flooding and crop damages have left the country short of food supplies, leading the Stalinist regime to demand more wealthy North Koreans give up their dogs, which are considered “decadent” luxury and “a ‘tainted’ trend by bourgeois ideology,” according to South Korean news outlet Chosun Ilbo.

“Authorities have identified households with pet dogs and are forcing them to give them up or forcefully confiscating them and putting them down,” a source told the newspaper.

The pets are rounded up, with some of them being sent to zoos and others being sold directly to the restaurant trade.

What’s next, cannibalism?

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Photo: South Korea Unveils Design for New Aircraft Carrier That Will Carry F-35Bs

The South Korean Ministry of Defense has released an updated design for its upcoming aircraft carrier, now dubbed the LPX-II. Based on the Dokdo-class helicopter carriers, the LPX-II is far larger and reconfigured to accommodate the vertical takeoff-capable F-35B Joint Strike Fighter, like US amphibious assault ships do.

According to the plans revealed earlier this week, South Korea’s next aircraft carrier will be a dedicated light aircraft carrier, not an amphibious assault ship. However, it will be far larger than Seoul’s present assault ships, the Dokdo-class landing platform helicopters (LPHs), which have both a flat flight deck above for helicopters in addition to a well deck below, capable of disembarking landing craft carrying marines and their vehicles.

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Breaking: North Korean army threatens to invade Demilitarized Zone

The North Korean army released a statement threatening to invade the Demilitarized Zone between the dictatorship state and their South Korean neighbor.

The alarming statement was released Monday to the Korean Central News Agency.

“Our army is keeping a close watch on the current situation in which the north-south relations are turning worse and worse, and getting itself fully ready for providing a sure military guarantee to any external measures to be taken by the Party and government,” read the statement from General Staff of the Korean People’s Army.

The Demilitarized Zone was established in 1953 after the Korean War in an agreement between the communist forces in North Korea, China and the United Nations.

“We accepted from the United Front Department of the Party Central Committee and arms of the department in charge of the affairs with enemy an opinion on studying an action plan for taking measures to make the army advance again into the zones that had been demilitarized under the north-south agreement, turn the front line into a fortress and further heighten the military vigilance against the south,” the statement continued.

The army indicated that it would be awaiting approval from the Party Central Committee about what action to take.

The DMZ is about 160 miles long and 4 miles wide.

Hopes were high for a growing peace between the two nations when North Korean President Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met in the DMZ in April 2018, but hostilities have increased in recent weeks.

Here’s more about recent relations on the Korean peninsula:


President Moon urges N. Korea to remain open to dialogue

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Coronavirus death rates in South Korea reinforce a frightening pattern of how the disease affects older people

The report counts a total of 7,755 cases through March 11 and 60 deaths, for a total death rate of 0.77%. That is far lower than the reported death rates in several other countries. A major factor in that lower death rate could be the country’s extremely thorough coronavirus-testing policies: Many milder cases included in South Korea’s overall count might not be noticed in countries like the US, where testing is more sparse.

While South Korea reported 2,718 cases among patients under 30 as of March 11, there were zero deaths from COVID-19 among those younger patients. Only one patient between the ages of 30 and 39 had died, and only one patient in their 40s died.

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The Coming War On China (China Documentary) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History

The Coming War on China, from award winning journalist John Pilger, reveals what the news doesn’t – that the world’s greatest military power, the United States, and the world’s second economic power, China, both nuclear-armed, may well be on the road to war.

Nuclear war is not only imaginable, but planned. The greatest build-up of NATO military forces since the Second World War is under way on the western borders of Russia. On the other side of the world, the rise of China is viewed in Washington as a threat to American dominance.

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North Korea Launches Two Short-Range Ballistic Missiles

This is the third time the DPRK has launched missiles recently, following the launch of three unidentified projectiles into the Sea of Japan on 9 March.

North Korea has launched two short-range ballistic missiles towards the Sea of Japan, Yonhap news agency reported on Saturday citing the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS).

According to the military, today’s missiles were launched from the North Pyongan Province.

“This morning, the [South] Korean military captured two projectiles [believed] to be short-range ballistic missiles launched from the Pyongan North Island region over the East Sea”, the JCS said.

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Coronavirus is US psychological warfare operation: Ex-US military officer

Former US military psychological warfare officer Scott Bennett

A former US military psychological warfare officer has said that the coronavirus is probably a fabricated psychological warfare operation launched by the United States to spread fear, panic and intimidation in the Chinese economic markets.

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International Criminal Court Approves First Ever War Crimes Investigation Of US Forces, CIA

The US Military has a long history of war crimes.

The US is promising retaliation after top judges at the International Criminal Court gave the approval to move forward with the first ever war crimes investigation into the conduct of the US military and the CIA in Afghanistan.

https://www.globalresearch.ca/united-states-war-crimes/5561468 https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/1519608/Wo…

https://wikimili.com/en/Mahmudiyah_rape_and_killings

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https://www.toptenz.net/top-10-american-war-crimes.php

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FLASHBACK: The Long-suppressed Korean War Report on U.S. Use of Biological Weapons Released At Last

Written largely by the most prestigious British scientist of his day, this report was effectively suppressed upon its release in 1952. Published now in text-searchable format, it includes hundreds of pages of evidence about the use of U.S. biological weapons during the Korean War, available for the first time to the general public.

Download the full report here.

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Back in the early 1950s, the U.S. conducted a furious bombing campaign during the Korean War, dropping hundreds of thousands of tons of ordnance, much of it napalm, on North Korea. The bombardment, worse than any country had received up to that point, excepting the effects of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, wiped out nearly every city in North Korea, contributing to well over a million civilian deaths. Because of the relentless bombing, the people were reduced to living in tunnels. Even the normally bellicose Gen. MacArthur claimed to find the devastation wreaked by the U.S. to be sickening.[1]

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North Korea Fires Projectiles

In a potential setback for President Trump, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signaled his country could resume testing nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missiles. WSJ Korea correspondent Andrew Jeong explains what’s next for the U.S.-North Korea talks

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North Korea’s Kim sends ‘get well soon’ wishes for South’s coronavirus battle

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has sent a letter expressing hope for South Korea to overcome a coronavirus outbreak, President Moon Jae-in’s office said on Thursday, as the South battles the biggest epidemic of the disease outside China.

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Ready for a Cashless Society? WHO Says Contaminated Cash and Spread the Coronavirus

The World Health Organization is saying that cash could be contaminated with the coronavirus, and you should avoid using it if you want to stay healthy.

Instead of urging people to practice effective handwashing techniques and try to naturally and safely boost their immune system with proper nutrition and adequate amounts of sleep as a means to protect from the coronavirus, the WHO is saying cash is contaminated. Again, the simple fix here is a good hand washing routine, however, it seems like propaganda towards a cashless society.

People have been warned to wash their hands after using banknotes and if possible to use contactless payments instead. This warning comes after both China and Korea last month began disinfecting and isolating used banknotes as part of their efforts to stop the spread of the virus.

Prepping For The Coronavirus: Hand Washing Is Vital

Back in 2014, a website called PYMNTS wrote an article posing the question of whether or not “dirty money” can push us to a cashless society. It expressed that elitists are making sure everyone knows that cash is “dirty” and can carry germs that make us sick. But so can a plethora of other things. Unless you live in a bubble, you’re going to be exposed to germs.  Still, many are on board with not using cash.

MasterCard found that 39 percent of Europeans are open to the idea of using a credit or debit card or contactless payment instead of cash to be more hygienic. In terms of replacing cash, the majority of surveyed individuals – 63 percent – chose card payments, while 35 percent said that they would prefer to make online payments instead of using cash. –PYMNTS

Others say a market crash would be needed to usher in a cashless system.  If you’ve watched the news or read anything lately, you’d also already know that the markets aren’t doing well in spite of authoritarian interventions from the Federal Reserve.

The Rush To A Cashless Society Only Serves Globalist Interests

Warning: ‘They Need The Markets To Implode’ To Usher In Cashless System

 

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Death Toll From Coronavirus in South Korea Reaches 28, Over 4,800 Infected

The outbreak of pneumonia caused by a new strain of coronavirus originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan, Hubei province, last December and has since claimed the lives of more than 3,000 people worldwide.

600 new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-2019) have been confirmed in South Korea, bringing the total number of cases to 4,812, the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday. The total number of fatalities has reached 28.

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CEO Eun-Kyung Jung) said that 600 additional [cases of coronavirus] were confirmed from 2 March to 3 March 2020, and the total number of confirmed patients was 4,812”, the statement said.

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South Korea To Screen Passengers For Elevated Temperatures For All US Flights

With growing concerns about air travel due to the breakout of Covid-19 in Asia, South Korea’s transport ministry announced that all passengers bound for the US would have to undergo mandatory temperature checks before boarding planes starting March 3, reported Bloomberg.

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US, South Korea Postpone Wargames Over Coronavirus

The United States postponed its wargames with South Korea on Thursday as concerns continue to grow over the coronavirus. The combined command announced an upcoming “command post-training” conducted by members of the two militaries’ Combined Forces Command will be postponed “until further notice”, World News reported.

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US Military in South Korea Registers First Soldier Coronavirus Case

The first case of the novel coronavirus among the US armed forces has been registered in South Korea, according to the United States Forces Korea (USFK).

“A USFK soldier stationed at Camp Carroll tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first time a U.S. service member has tested positive for the virus. We’re implementing all appropriate control measures to protect the force”, USFK tweeted.

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Hyundai halts work at Korean plant after worker tests positive for coronavirus

SEOUL — Hyundai Motor shut down a factory in South Korea on Friday after a worker tested positive for the new coronavirus.

The factory in Ulsan builds the Palisade, Tucson, Santa Fe and Genesis GV80 crossovers.

The closing dealt a fresh setback to Hyundai, which has gradually resumed production at local plants hit by a Chinese parts shortage in the wake of the virus outbreak.

South Korea has the most infected people outside China, affecting companies like Samsung and Hyundai. South Korea on Friday reported 256 new cases, bringing the total number of infected to 2,022, as the world prepared for a global recession.

“The company has also placed colleagues who came in close contact with the infected employee in self-quarantine and taken steps to have them tested for possible infection,” Hyundai Motor said in a news release.

The automaker said it was disinfecting the factory. It did not say when production would resume.

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Hyundai halts work at Korean plant after worker tests positive for coronavirus

SEOUL — Hyundai Motor shut down a factory in South Korea on Friday after a worker tested positive for the new coronavirus.

The factory in Ulsan builds the Palisade, Tucson, Santa Fe and Genesis GV80 crossovers.

The closing dealt a fresh setback to Hyundai, which has gradually resumed production at local plants hit by a Chinese parts shortage in the wake of the virus outbreak.

South Korea has the most infected people outside China, affecting companies like Samsung and Hyundai. South Korea on Friday reported 256 new cases, bringing the total number of infected to 2,022, as the world prepared for a global recession.

“The company has also placed colleagues who came in close contact with the infected employee in self-quarantine and taken steps to have them tested for possible infection,” Hyundai Motor said in a news release.

The automaker said it was disinfecting the factory. It did not say when production would resume.

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Germany quarantines 1,000, stocks tumble: Virus update

– Confirmed cases worldwide pass 83,000; deaths top 2,800
– JPMorgan joins rush to curb global travel as virus spreads
– China is making progress in the battle to get back to work
– South Korea reveals 571 more cases
– Limited virus testing in Japan masks true scale of infection
– Hong Kong dog found to have ‘low level’ of virus

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South Korea seeks ‘speedy resumption’ of U.S.-North Korea nuclear talks

South Korea’s foreign minister called on Monday for a quick resumption of stalled U.S.-North Korean nuclear talks, adding that her government stood ready to engage with Pyongyang to facilitate dialogue.

Kang Kyung-wha, addressing the U.N.-sponsored Conference on Disarmament, said the goal remained complete denuclearisation on the divided Korean peninsula.

“A speedy resumption of the U.S.-DPRK negotiations is critical so that all stakeholders maintain and build upon the hard-won momentum for dialogue. We stand ready to engage with the North in a way that facilitates and accelerates the U.S.-DPRK dialogue,” Kang told the Geneva forum.

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