1.5 Million South Koreans Protest, Call for President to Resign
In the latest development of the South Korean protests that have been taking place for several weeks now, the number of people in Seoul’s Gu...
President Park has just apologized publicly for the third time to the nation, but still refuses to step down.
She has however, stated that she will allow the Parliament to decide whether she should stay or be impeached.
For South Koreans, this is not good enough as they want her to resign herself based on the corruption scandal that has rocked the President’s cabinet.
Two of President Park’s aides have been formally charged in the corruption case, which has shown that the President has been involved in extorting millions of dollars from South Koreans businesses with the help of a friend.
However, since South Korea’s constitution doesn’t allow a sitting president to be prosecuted, President Park has remained elusive on stepping down.
In the four weeks since the protests began, the numbers have continued to increase. It is likely the trend will continue until the people’s voices are heard.
Park’s supporters have dismissed the accusations and claim the investigation is a witch hunt.
While we’ll soon find out the truth either way, it has been reported back in July that President Park has remained defiant of the globalists attempting to steal from the global collateral accounts.
If true, this would serve as a stand for humanity against the globalists and their agenda for a new world order.
In short, the global collateral accounts were intended for humanitarian projects and have been abused by the major banks (The Federal Reserve, IMF, World Bank, Bank For International Settlements, etc.) as well as many different nations and corporations.
John F. Kennedy was in a deal with Indonesia to legally use these accounts to create a U.S. Treasury note backed by gold, which would have legally exposed and ended the Federal Reserve. Days after JFK signed the Green Hilton Memorial Agreement, he was assassinated.
Will Park remain the president? Will she resign or will she be impeached? We’ll see.
However, the tides of freedom and truth have turned and all that no longer resides in truth is being swept away. What stands in truth is remaining.
By Lance Schuttler