A Dangerous Geopolitical Situation
By Benjamin J. Butler
Seoul, South Korea
[We are facing ] "a geopolitical situation perhaps as dangerous as any we have faced since World War II." Jacob Rothschild, in his recently released investor report for 2014
When I heard the news of the American Ambassador to South Korea, Mr. Lippert, being attacked by knife this morning, I had some goosebumps. For a number of weeks now, I have been suggesting that something was going on in Korea. I couldn’t exactly put my finger on it, but change – even reunification – could happen. Readers might recollect that I thought it was highly significant that Obama sent one of his close confidants as Ambassador last year. This is no mere coincidence. Back in 2007, Ambassador Lippert received an email from then-Senator Obama saying, "I miss you, brother." I think he was dispatched to the Korean Peninsula in anticipation of something. When I say to friends of ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.
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