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  • Wife of Washington Post Columnist Who Spent Almost a Decade Calling Trump a Foreign Agent Gets Indicted for Being an Unregistered Foreign Agent

    07/18/2024 7:07:04 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 21 replies
    The Liberty Daily ^ | JULY 18, 2024 | Cactus Williams, Discern Report
    Federal authorities have indicted the wife of Max Boot, a deranged leftist who works for the Washington Post, for operating as an unregistered foreign agent for South Korea. Which is honestly kind of hilarious given how Boot is one of those TDS morons who accused Trump of being a foreign agent without any evidence. He’s also one of those Zelensky simps who begs the American government to send even more countless billions to Ukraine, which isn’t a surprise given how his unregistered foreign agent wife used to work for the CIA.
  • Former CIA official charged with being secret agent for South Korean intelligence

    07/16/2024 3:35:05 PM PDT · by CFW · 25 replies
    Yahoo news ^ | 7/16/24 | Eric Tucker
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A former CIA employee and senior official at the National Security Council has been charged with serving as a secret agent for South Korea's intelligence service, the Justice Department said. Sue Mi Terry accepted luxury goods, including fancy handbags, and expensive dinners at sushi restaurants in exchange for advocating South Korean government positions during media appearances, sharing nonpublic information with intelligence officers and facilitating meetings between U.S. and South Korean government officials, according to an indictment filed in federal court in Manhattan. She also admitted to the FBI that she served as a source of information for...
  • Russian Spy Hunter, Max Boot, was married to a real life foreign spy while he pushed the debunked Russian collusion hoax in the page of the Washington Post

    07/18/2024 6:50:34 AM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 7 replies
    X (formerly Twitter) ^ | 07/18/24 | amuse
    Russian Spy Hunter, Max Boot, was married to a real life foreign spy while he pushed the debunked Russian collusion hoax in the page of the Washington Post. Evidently he never noticed all of the expensive luxury goods his wife, Sue Mi Terry, was bringing home.
  • Wife Of Notorious Never Trumper Max Boot Indicted In Foreign Spying Scheme

    07/17/2024 5:29:48 PM PDT · by blueyon · 17 replies
    daily caller ^ | 7/17/24 | Mariane Angela
    Sue Mi Terry, a former CIA analyst and a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, is accused by federal prosecutors of acting as a secret agent for South Korea. Terry, whose husband Max Boot regularly falsely accused former President Trump of being a Russian asset, reportedly used her position and access to U.S. officials to provide sensitive information to South Korea in exchange for luxury items and other lavish benefits, according to the indictment, New York Post reported. The allegations state that from Oct. 2013, Terry engaged in activities that compromised her role as an independent foreign policy...
  • Up to One Million Kilometers: Revolutionary Single-Crystal Synthesis Boosts EV Battery Lifespan

    07/12/2024 5:29:18 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 30 replies
    Scitech Daily ^ | JULY 11, 2024 | POHANG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (POSTECH)
    Researchers at POSTECH, led by Professor Kyu-Young Park, have developed a new single-crystal synthesis technology for nickel-based cathode materials in electric vehicle batteries, demonstrating significantly enhanced lifespan and durability. Their work, published in ACS Materials & Interfaces, highlights the critical temperature needed for synthesizing robust single crystals, contributing to more durable and efficient batteries. =================================================================== POSTECH researchers have advanced electric vehicle battery technology by developing a method to synthesize durable single-crystal cathode materials, extending battery life and efficiency. Could high-temperature single crystals enable electric vehicles capable of traveling up to one million kilometers? A team from Pohang University of Science...
  • South Korea: Politician blames women for rising male suicides

    07/11/2024 8:56:09 PM PDT · by anthropocene_x · 28 replies
    BBC ^ | 9 Jul 2024 | Jean Mackenzie
    Seoul City councillor Kim Ki-duck argued women’s increased participation in the workforce over the years had made it harder for men to get jobs and to find women who wanted to marry them. He said the country had recently “begun to change into a female-dominant society” and that this might "partly be responsible for an increase in male suicide attempts”. South Korea has one of the highest suicide rates among the world’s rich countries. The report, published on the city council’s official website, showed that the number of suicide attempts along the river had risen from 430 in 2018 to...
  • Gov. Abbott Visits East Asia to Boost Trade Relations

    07/11/2024 10:44:22 AM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 10 replies
    DeSoto Tribune ^ | Jul 10, 2024 | Joshua Carter
    In efforts to bolster foreign trade relations between Texas and East Asian countries, Governor Greg Abbott delivered remarks at the U.S. Embassy in the Republic of Korea on Wednesday. His trip to South Korea marks the second day of his three-nation economic development mission to Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan. Abbott met with Cho Tae-Yul, Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Republic of Korea, to discuss strengthening economic and trade ties between Texas and South Korea. Abbott and Tae-Yul spoke on innovation in emerging industries such as artificial intelligence and semiconductor manufacturing. South Korea is a global leader in semiconductor...
  • Pyongyang Says It Will Send Troops to Ukraine Within a Month

    06/26/2024 9:05:26 AM PDT · by hardspunned · 60 replies
    Kyiv Post ^ | 6/26/24 | Kyiv Post
    Last week, President Vladimir Putin made an official state visit to the Democratic Peoples’ Republic of Korea (DPRK) – North Korea, his first for almost a quarter of a century. As part of that visit Putin and Kim Jong Un signed a so-called defense pact in the North Korean capital on June 19. The military treaty states: “In the event that any one of the two sides is put in a state of war by an armed invasion from an individual state or several states, the other side shall provide military and other assistance with all means in its possession...
  • Another Boeing Planes Suffers Mid-Air Emergency, Plunges 27,000 Feet

    06/26/2024 11:09:00 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 29 replies
    Daily Fetched ^ | June 26, 2024 | Jason Walsh
    A Korean Air Boeing 737 Max 8 experienced a sudden emergency shortly after taking off from Incheon International Airport, plummeting 26,900 feet before making multiple erratic loops before stabilizing. The plane, which departed from Incheon International Airport at 4:45 p.m. local time on Saturday, suffered issues with its pressurization system while flying over South Korea’s southern resort island of Jeju. According to data from Flight Radar, the plane began descending sharply, dropping nearly five miles in 15 minutes. Commercial jet airliners typically cruise at altitudes ranging from 30,000 to 40,000 feet. So, assuming the aircraft was flying at the upper...
  • 13 hospitalized after Korean Air flight’s rapid 26,900-foot descent

    06/25/2024 1:02:03 PM PDT · by libh8er · 54 replies
    AeroTime ^ | 6.25.2024 | JEAN CARMELA LIM
    ....50 minutes into the flight, the B737 MAX experienced a sudden uncontrolled decompression. According to FL360aero, the message “pressure s ystem (pressure control function of the aircraft) abnormality” was displayed while flying over Jeju Island. As per standard procedure during a sudden loss of cabin pressurization, the flight crew made an emergency descent. According to data from the flight tracking website Flightradar24, the aircraft dropped about 26,900 feet in around 15 minutes. The aircraft, carrying 125 passengers, was able to return to ICN Airport at approximately 19:40 local time. One of the passengers onboard the flight captured footage inside the...
  • Blaze at South Korea lithium battery plant kills 22 workers

    06/25/2024 2:23:25 PM PDT · by Steven Scharf · 16 replies
    Reuters ^ | June 24, 2024 | Daewoung Kim, Hongji Kim and Hyunsu Yim
    Blaze at South Korea lithium battery plant kills 22 workers By Daewoung Kim, Hongji Kim and Hyunsu Yim June 24, 2024 Victims likely succumbed within seconds Most of the victims foreign workers Fatal industrial accidents persist despite new law HWASEONG, South Korea, June 24 (Reuters) - A lithium battery factory in South Korea was set on fire after multiple batteries exploded on Monday, killing 22 workers, most of them Chinese nationals, fire officials said. The fire and a series of explosions ripped through the factory run by primary battery manufacturer Aricell in Hwaseong, an industrial cluster southwest of the capital...
  • It's ON: South Korea May Arm Ukraine Amidst New Russia-North Korea Pact

    06/20/2024 7:21:59 AM PDT · by RandFan · 47 replies
    X Trends ^ | June 20 | grok
    South Korea is reconsidering its policy on providing lethal weapons to Ukraine in response to a recent defense pact between Russia and North Korea. This shift comes after South Korea condemned the agreement between Russia and North Korea, which pledged mutual defense assistance in the event of war. Previously, South Korea had only provided non-lethal aid to Ukraine, but the new development could see South Korea supplying artillery shells and possibly other lethal weapons to support Ukraine in its conflict with Russia.
  • North Korea and Russia's deepening ties prompt South Korea to reconsider ban on supplying weapons to Ukraine

    06/20/2024 5:09:41 AM PDT · by McGruff · 17 replies
    CBS News ^ | June 20, 2024
    Major weapons exporter South Korea will "reconsider" a longstanding policy that bars it from supplying arms directly to Ukraine, a presidential official said Thursday, after North Korea and Russia signed a defense deal. Russia's President Vladimir Putin was in Pyongyang Wednesday for a high-profile state visit that underscored his growing ties with leader Kim Jong Un, as the two signed a "breakthrough" agreement that included a pledge to come to each other's aid if attacked. Hours later, Seoul said it was "planning to reconsider the issue of providing weapons support to Ukraine," a presidential official told reporters. Seoul has a...
  • Russia-North Korea pact includes mutual defence clause, Putin says

    06/19/2024 5:24:21 AM PDT · by hardspunned · 32 replies
    Reuters ^ | 6/19/24 | Reuters
    MOSCOW, June 19 (Reuters) - A strategic partnership pact signed by the leaders of Russia and North Korea on Wednesday includes a mutual defence clause under which each country agrees to help the other repel external aggression, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. "The comprehensive partnership agreement signed today provides, among other things, for mutual assistance in the event of aggression against one of the parties to this agreement," Putin said.
  • News Summary-Intelligence Report Monday 5/27/2024 Memorial Day Newsdump*Reaction To Israel's Deadly Strike In Rafah*Egyptian-Israel Clash Reported*US Congressional Delegation In Taiwan*

    05/27/2024 7:15:39 PM PDT · by Nextrush
    Nextrush Free ^ | 5/27/2024 | Nextrush/Self
    A UN Security Council meeting tomorrow on the Memorial Day Weekend attack by Israel in the southern Gaza city... In Israel's largest city Tel Aviv tonight a clash between Eritreans who support and oppose the country's government... US Central Command says a drone launched from Yemen was destroyed... An alert over Israel's southern port city of Eilat tonight... Canada's Immigration Minister saying five thousand people from Gaza will be allowed to enter Canada... In the British election campaign the Conservative Party suspending MP Lucy Allan. Allan endorsed a Reform UK... In Amsterdam riot police stopping an effort by Pro-Palestinian demonstrators...
  • Video: Explosion seen in the sky after Japan issued J-alert due to projectile launch from North Korea

    05/27/2024 7:40:35 AM PDT · by janetjanet998 · 15 replies
    Explosion seen in the sky after Japan issued J-alert due to projectile launch from North Korea Video was shot by NHK in Liaoning Province, northeastern China. The North Korean missile had a malfunction and exploded, according to current media reports
  • South Korea, with World’s Lowest Birth Rate, Prepares Complete Overhaul of Fertility Policy

    05/19/2024 2:59:11 PM PDT · by Morgana · 30 replies
    Breitbart ^ | May 17, 2024 | Frances Martel
    Conservative South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol ordered his officials to begin a “complete review” of all federal policies to encourage Koreans to have children on Friday, following his announcement of the future establishment of a “low birthrate response planning ministry.” Yoon announced the planned creation of a new ministry to address the nation’s birth rate collapse on May 9 during an extended press conference filled with newsworthy moments, including an apology offered for a corruption scandal involving First Lady Kim Keon-hee. The scandal, in which Kim was reportedly caught accepting a $2,200 Dior handbag as an illicit gift, peaked right...
  • East Tennessee Linked to North Korean Identity Theft Scheme Involving Thousands of It Workers

    05/17/2024 10:52:17 AM PDT · by TennesseeGirl · 12 replies
    WATE.com ^ | 05/17/2024 | Hannah Moore
    JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. (WATE) — A scheme designed to let foreigners do information technology work as if they were actually in the United States has been unraveled by federal investigators. The investigation claimed that Jefferson City was home to one of several “laptop farms” that helped make the scheme possible.According to court documents, the schemes involved defrauding over 300 U.S. companies using U.S. payment platforms, online job site accounts and proxy computers located in the United States. The Justice Department shared that two people have been arrested and search warrants were executed in Jefferson City, Washington, D.C. and other jurisdictions.Federal...
  • US soldier detained in Russia on charges of criminal misconduct: US Army

    05/13/2024 7:03:02 PM PDT · by AmericanInTokyo · 7 replies
    The Korea Herald (South Korea) ^ | 7 May 2024 | Yonhap News Agency (South Korea)
    An American soldier was detained on charges of criminal misconduct in the Russian Far East city of Vladivostok last week while on leave after finishing his tour of duty in South Korea, officials said Monday. US Army spokesperson Cynthia Smith said that the soldier, whose name was withheld, was detained Thursday, and that the US Army notified his family of his detention. The soldier was on leave in Russia following the completion of his tour of service in South Korea, a US official told Yonhap News Agency. He was in the process of returning to the United States for his...
  • Korean Muslim YouTuber Daud Kim’s Plan To Build Mosque In Incheon Cancelled After Locals Resist

    05/02/2024 6:57:37 AM PDT · by Cronos · 5 replies
    News 18 ^ | 24th April 2024 | Shankhyaneel Sarkar
    Korean Muslim YouTuber Daud Kim’s plans to build a mosque in the western port city of Incheon has come to a grinding halt after it received backlash from local residents. Following the backlash, the land purchase contract he signed has been cancelled upon the request of the landowner, according to a report by the Korea Times. YouTuber Daud Kim, or Kim Jae-han then agreed to cancel the contract with the property owner. The property owners wanted the contract cancelled and said that he did not know about Kim’s plans to build a mosque. Kim posts about living as a Korean...