Is the Korean War Over Yet?

09/23/201823 Comments

So the Korean War ended this week. Or so you would believe if you scanned the headlines of the British tabloids.

"North and South Korea have finally ended the Korean War after 65 years!" blares The Mirror.

And reading from the article:

North Korea's williingness to abolish its missile facilities and close its main nuclear complex has been hailed as the end of the Korean War.

Speaking at their summit talks in Pyongyang, South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said they agreed to turn the Korean peninsula into a "land of peace without nuclear weapons and nuclear threats."


A spokesperson said: "Leaders of the South and the North have in fact announced the end of the war on the Korean Peninsula by their agreements."

Well, will you look at that! Who woulda thunk it?

As everyone knows, the Korean War didn't really end in 1953. Instead, that's when the US (representing United Nations Command) co-signed an armistice with North Korea and China to bring about the formal ceasefire that has held ever since. So it's pretty amazing that the war officially ended this week, isn't it?

Well, it would be, if it were true. Which of course it isn't.

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    It added some color to my read of this article, by, at the same time listening to Corbett’s “Just For Fun”.

    I wasn’t aware of OPCON, but it makes sense that The Powers That Should Not Be would have that in place. Part of the ‘Control and Dominate’ mantra.

    I was astounded when I read the article about the Lawmaker treason arrest.
    I get the picture…
    Here are these anti-war, anti-American Imperialism folks drinking and joking around. Then the goons come and blow everything out of perspective.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I really enjoyed the Mu Carzi “Tempus Fugit Music Video”.
    My kind of sound.
    At the beginning is footage of driving around the downtown area of Dallas…and Oops!…turning around after crossing the bridge into notorious west Dallas.

  3. HomeRemedySupply says:

    A great way to promote The Corbett Report…

    There is a certain target audience which enjoys Joe Rogan.
    And, of course, Joe Rogan recently made headlines with the Elon Musk interview.

    This 6 minute video from Corbett’s “Recommended Viewing” (via attention by “AnimalsArentFood”) is a wonderful, graceful tool to get the word out.
    History of the Rockefellers told by Eddie Bravo to Joe Rogan

    A fellow employee last week was talking to me about Joe Rogan and Eddie Bravo. I will be bringing this (similar) video up to him the next time I see him.
    …the last ten minutes of #771 Joe Rogan.

    • pearl says:

      Call me crazy, but watching Eddie Bravo inform Joe Rogan about Rockefeller reminded me of the comedy radio classic where Cheech informs Chong of Santa Claus.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        It does, doesn’t it.
        I remember when that “Santa Clause” played on the A.M. radio KFJZ back around the early 70’s. My brother and I were trying to get my Dad to listen to it.

    • mkey says:

      I’m not sure why is this resurfacing again in the comments section, but this is quite an old video and it has been referenced in the past already. Oh well.

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        It was a first time for me to see the Rogan-Corbett video.
        I never really knew who Joe Rogan was until a fellow employee, younger than some of my grandsons, started talking about him. Evidently, Rogan is somewhat popular with certain crowds.

        Then came the Elon Musk headlines which brings Rogan into the limelight. Trends are fleeting. This is a nice window for promoting the Corbett video. I like the video Corbett placed here, because it doesn’t have some of the profane descriptives.

  4. FlyingAxblade says:

    Fighting for Peace.

  5. dekker says:

    Finally logged in for once. I always click on the free link, because I don’t know the password from the top of my head πŸ˜‰

    Had never heard of OPCON and CFC. Interesting stuff.
    Thank you James.

  6. mkey says:

    Possible #propaganda watch:

    A single father from Syria looking for help finding his five-year-old daughter!

    This story is mostly local so most of these links won’t mean much to anyone. It’s bad reporting, anyway.

    “SeverMaja” twitter account is supposedly owned by Maja Sever who is a relatively known journalist on the state run TV.

    “adrie” – I have no idea who owns this twitter account. From their history it looks like they mostly follow various migrant topics.

    “” is a relatively immaterial local news site.

    “” is a completely immaterial local news site, a “portal” featuring everything from bullshit to state ran propaganda bullcrap.

    This story starts when [2] tweeted on 22nd followed by a video recording of the man supposedly looking for his daughter, whom he apparently left with some migrants on 12th of September during an illegal stay in Croatia. Local police picked him up when they found him in the store to which he went to purchase water and food. They didn’t listen to his pleas, locked him up for a few days and then deported him back to Bosnia.

    [3] picks up the story from [1] and uses a misleading title, stating that the father has been separated from daughter on the border which isn’t mentioned anywhere else. But of course, people only read article titles

    [1] picks up the story from [2] and apparently adds an interview of their own, along with some video editing. While in the first video the father does show some emotion, in the second one he’s significantly less credible in my opinion

    [5] follows with a story from a “UN translator” about how the Bosnian police have notified the Croatian police

    [1] tweets about how Bosnian police confirmed they have been informed about the case and have reported it to the Croatian side

    [4] comes out with the story about how the Croatian police knows nothing about the case since nobody reported anything

    The Syrian man appears to be in Bosnia right now. Nobody seems to be interested in this group of migrants whom have probably left this part of Europe several days ago since they obviously haven’t been deported. Had there been a 5 year old girl wandering a mostly rural area somebody would have found her during these 12 days and notified the police, of that I’m pretty sure.

    None of these articles I referenced have been signed by a journalist, they are all “editorials.”


  7. mkey says:

    James, the first zerohedge link from your recommended reading section should probably be pointing over here

  8. manbearpig says:

    Derived both immense gratification and considerable annoyance from Steve Goddard/Tony Heller’s video included in the recommended viewing section. I’m starting to feel profoundly and conveniently helpless in front of so much institutionalized, largely unchallenged and thus hugely effective cynicism and non-chalant adjustment of facts.

    Gotta find a more satisfying way to concretely act against this BS…

    Wish me luck.

    Good night Gracie…

    • candlelight says:

      Then I for one, manbearpig, wish you good luck; for if anyone can fight the good fight, well, it may be you! πŸ™‚

  9. mkey says:

    5G is just the tip of the iceberg

    Scotty has apparently declared war on EMF and has been doing some research into various studies concerning EMF effects on health in general. It’s a rather ugly business, stuff like calcium overload. Oh yeah.

    What you can do about 5G, WiFi, etc.

    Scottie also did a follow up video talking about what can be done to lower exposure. Spoiler: you lose some “convenience.”

  10. mkey says:

    Reuters Plays Dumb About Iran/Israel Nukes

    Jimmy comments on a reuters article running circles around Israels nuclear capability. Flying colors for presented cognitive acrobatics.

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