South Koreans are celebrating her removal, and now they want her to be locked in prison for her crimes and corruption.
By: Living Resistance Now-former President Park Geun-hye faces at least 13 charges after having businesses donate to a fraudulent Foundation in exchange for political favors.
She also shared highly classified State secrets with a female aide with whom she had an intimate relationship. Police arrested her before she could destroy or tamper with the evidence.
Via the use of subtle propaganda, she had the people of South Korea convinced she was a champion of progress and human values. When they uncovered the truth, however, millions of people took the streets and demanded she step down and be arrested.
Thanks to the people’s determination, the now-former South Korean President has indeed been arrested, reports say.
The arrest took place today and a convoy of black vehicles was observed transporting her to jail.
The people of South Korea began celebrating upon hearing the news.
“Finally we see that it can happen. Justice is real,” said one commenter.
The disgraced politician was found to be involved in numerous instances of high-profile corruption which resulted in over two million people taking to the streets to protest against her.
It was also reported that she was involved in occult activity or rituals during which she believed entities were taking “complete control” of “her body and mind.”
The Seoul Central District Court gave prosecutors permission to proceed with the arrest now that she has been impeached.
Despite her crimes against people, some of her die hard supporters (mostly elderly people who may not have been aware of the news) were still calling her “president.”
They tried to block the convoy of cars so that she couldn’t be taken to jail. Police pushed those people aside and continued with the arrest.
Now that she’s behind bars, official charges are expected to be filed within 20 days and a sentencing is expected by Winter.
She is expected to be charged with several counts of bribery and abuses of power. Just one bribery conviction can result in life imprisonment in some cases.
She was reportedly taking millions in “donations” from businesses, though the businesses said they felt forced to give it to her.
She was also letting the daughter of an occultist see highly classified information, and that daughter would then make policy decisions despite being unelected.
She was South Korea’s first female president and also the first president to be impeached and locked up with the possibility of life imprisonment.
South Korean police are being hailed as heroes for doing the right thing. They wasted no time arresting her, as they feared she would try to destroy the evidence.
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It’s official. A South Korean constitutional court has permanently removed President Park Geun-hye, according to reports.
The disgraced president was impeached after millions of South Koreans took to the streets demanding that she step down.
The protests were a supreme show of force against the president, and she had no choice but to leave.
The rebellion started brewing when it was uncovered that the president had been involved in a secret occult organization. Evidently she invited her body to be under the control of “spirit” entities.
Many people allege that political elites would never be involved in dark spiritual activity or rituals, but in this case, at least, that is precisely what occurred.
Choi Soon-sil is the daughter of a cult leader who was involved in what some are calling “satanic rituals” in the 1990s. It would be more accurately described as occultic shamanism
Choi Soon-sil developed an intimate relationship with the South Korean president, where she began invoking spiritual beings to possess the president’s mind and body — and the president, at any rate, believed it was real, took it seriously, and welcomed it.
It is important to understand that the media in South Korea largely downplayed the occult aspects. But that did not stop the protesters, for it also turned out that the president was sharing classified information and state secrets with Choi Soon-sil during their relationship.
Courthouse News Service reports as follows:
Lee accused Park of colluding with longtime confidante Choi Soon-sil to extort tens of millions of dollars from businesses and letting Choi, a private citizen, meddle in state affairs and receive and look at documents with state secrets. Those allegations were previously made by prosecutors, but Park has refused to undergo any questioning, citing a law that gives a sitting leader immunity from prosecution.
Choi Soon-sil would then instruct the president on what decisions to make, making the president a mere puppet.
Essentially the South Koreans were being governed by an unelected cult practitioner.
Corruption and bizarre occult beliefs were enough for the Sourth Koreans to flood the streets.
Moreover, they are deeply dissatisfied with the impeachment. What they really wanted was for the president to be arrested for her crimes, not merely impeached.
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The perspective on addiction presented by Gabor Maté is recognizant of a simpler, more intuitive understanding of the condition. The specialist in neurology and psychology gave a talk in Vancouver, B.C. as part of the
World renowned physician Gabor Maté offers a perspective on drug addiction and a culture that has created the need to escape.
The perspective on addiction presented by Gabor Maté is recognizant of a simpler, more intuitive understanding of the condition. The specialist in neurology and psychology gave a talk in Vancouver, B.C. as part of the program Beyond Addiction: The Yogic Path to Recovery. While his outlook is timeless, it is especially relevant today as we fight for the lives of family and friends who have fallen victim to the most severe wave of drug addiction in the history of the United States.
In this context, it is important to narrow in on pitfalls of modern society that have created a population trying to soothe emotional pain, and searching for relief from a bleak consumer-driven culture based on superficial, temporary relief. Big pharma racks in billions of dollars annually by offering solutions that may get us through another day, but ultimately prohibit personal growth: anti-depressants and Xanax being the most prevalent. This article does not deny the severity of mental conditions and addiction but strives to communicate that many current forms of treatment fail to promote sustainable, individual change.
Daily, we experience a new form of extremity: the media is teeming with news of tragedy and deception at every level. And while this type of information may initially elicit reactions of shock or indignation, we largely have come to ignore and repress the emotional burden imposed by the haunting knowledge of overwhelming, unstoppable crimes against humanity. For example, our president is a sexual predator, and scientific research is funded by industries who knowingly poison us. Some might argue that anxiety, depression, and addiction is a quite reasonable response.
Maté insists, the wanting is structural, and it takes vigilance not to be an addict in this society; if you are not grounded, present and positively self-regarding, this is not a failure— this is the culture we live in. Furthermore, “the suffering [addiction] imposes, is an attempt to wake us up, and if we wake up, we’ll have a reason to be grateful”. The egoic, small mind that craves validation and comfort, ends up creating a barrier between ourselves and others, nature, our real personal and global truths.
We all experience addiction on different levels. Maté categorizes four tell-tale symptoms of addiction: craving and wanting, temporary release, and the inability to stop despite negative consequences. But we can change our perception of these things, the things that drive us to madness, stop us from reaching our potential and keep us in limiting, small-minded patterns of thought. According to Maté, the key is to see these problems as solutions, a positive experience that pushed us to become a version of ourselves that we could never have achieved otherwise.
Maté’s philosophy is centered around empowering and supporting people. It is crucial that we do not identify ourselves with the addiction, the trauma or loss. About these hardships, he says,
“But for those experiences, they were too stubborn to learn. They were just going to stumble along life, living an alienated existence, and they were never going to wake up to who they really were”.
When we overcome these inherent challenges, such as addiction, we see our amazing capacity as humans, and we are able to help others and make an impact on a grand scheme.