Saturday, April 7, 2018

South Korea. The Women's Cult That Almost Was.

This sounds eerily similar to Hillary and Huma, doesn't it? Thankfully, we dodged that bullet.
South Korea's first female President was sentenced to 24 years in prison for bribery, abuse of power and coercion. She was leading the country toward a Shamanistic all-women’s cabal based on the influence of her closest friend, Choi Soon-sil. Choi runs two non-profit foundations that boasted of ties with the President to collect more than $70 million in donations from the country'smajor conglomerates.
Park Geun-hye, 66, who became South Korea's President in 2013, was convicted of pressuring companies, including Samsung, to give her tens of millions of dollars in exchange for Government support. The money was used to fund her friend Choi’s non-profit organizations, which included a Shamanistic women’s cult. Park is the daughter of Park Chung-hee, South Korea’s former dictator who ruled the country from 1961 until he was assassinated in 1979.
Park was impeached and arrested last March. Park was not present in court for her sentencing, claiming she was sick. Park has shown "no sign of repentance," and has instead pinned the blame on her associate, Choi.
The media referred to Park as the “Queen of Elections” for always managing to lead her party to victory. I wonder what they call her now?

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