The Khazarian mafia is planning spectacular false flag terror operations between now and December 19th in a last minute attempt to prevent Donald Trump from being formally appointed as President of the United States, CIA sources say. However, the military forces of Russia, China and the United States are all working together now to remove the final vestiges of Khazarian control so these efforts will no more than the final thrashes of a dying beast.
There is also a very intense cyber-warfare campaign under way aimed to removing truth websites so that the Khazarian corporate media’s false world narrative can be reasserted, the sources say. This is what is behind the ongoing attempt to try to label the current truth revolution and the election of Donald Trump as being done by “Russia.”
The recent widely publicized Washington Post article that featured a list of so-called “fake news” sites cited information compiled by US State Department and Obama administration fronts like Voice of America, the Atlantic Council and the National Endowment for Democracy.
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Senior executives of South Korea’s eight largest corporations have appeared on Tuesday at hearings in parliament to give testimony on the corruption scandal, involving country’s President Park Geun-hye, local media reported.
via Top Managers of Eight South Korean Corporations Take Stand on Corruption Scandal — Sputnik International
South Korea’s opposition parties handed an impeachment motion against embattled President Park Geun-hye to the national parliament on Saturday.
via South Korean Opposition Files President Park Impeachment Bill to Parliament — Sputnik International
Faced with mounting protests against her rule embattled South Korean President Park Geun-hye is considering her resignation which can lead to drastic changes in country’s relations with North Korea and hamper US plans to deploy its anti-aircraft THAAD systems on the Korean peninsula.
via Park Geun-hye: President With No Country — Sputnik International
South Korean President Park Geun-hye could have been involved in one more case of corruption, Yonhap reported Sunday.
via From Bad to Worse: S Korean Leader Could Be Involved in Another Corruption Case — Sputnik International
Around 1.3 million protesters have gathered in Seoul demanding the resignation of the South Korean President Park Geun-hye. Organizers say they expect that number to grow to 1.5 million before the end of the night despite cold weather and snow and that a further 500,000 are gathering at various protests around the country. RT reports:…
via More Than A Million March In Seoul Demanding Presidents Resignation — Your News Wire
Over 1.5 million protesters are expected to attend the rally in Seoul on Saturday, in response to allegations of President Park Geun-hye’s involvement in the influence-peddling and corruption scandal linked to her confidante, local media reported.
via Over 1.5Mln Expected to Gather in S.Korea for 5th Week of Anti-President Rallies — Sputnik International