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Unsettling Korean War Facts

Learn the Korean War Facts as They Relate to How the CFR-led U.S. Government Stopped General Douglas MacArthur From Winning in Korea at the Price of American Lives.

Let’s examine the Korean War facts that relate to World War II hero, General Douglas MacArthur. When you’re done here, you can read our article, Disturbing Facts About the Korean War, for more on the so-called ‘police action’ in Korea.

A look at MacArthur’s role in Korea is extremely interesting. It’s a story of a man thwarted from doing his job correctly. It’s a story of a man thwarted by those who had ulterior motives regarding the Korean conflict.

Korean War Facts. the CFR
Here’s a quote from the above-mentioned, Disturbing Facts About the Korean War.

‘A 1952 Foreign Affairs (CFR publication) article explained, ‘The meaning of our experiences in Korea as I see it, is that we have made historic progress toward the establishment of a viable system of collective security.’

So Korea was another step forward in realizing the CFR goals of One-World Government backed by a unified military command as with the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO).

CFR member Dean Acheson later admitted, ‘The only reason I told the President to
fight in Korea was to validate NATO’. ‘
In order to put Korean War facts into the proper perspective, you must understand the
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).

Since we’ve already written extensively on the CFR, we won’t rehash it here. However, you can learn more by reading.

Council on Foreign Relations conspiracy

CFR Shadow Government

CFR Trilateral Connection

The Attack on Pearl Harbor Was a CFR Set-Up

CFR and North American Union Videos
The quotes below come from Rule By Secrecy, by Jim Marrs, (pp. 142-144)

Facts About the Korean War. 1ST Macarthur Warning Ungeeded
You can learn how the Korean War was rigged by the U.S. State Department and United Nations in Disturbing Facts About the Korean War.

Once in the war, General MacArthur helped push the North Korean army back across the 38th Parallel (the dividing line between North and South Korea).

When China’s Mao Tse-tung gave a warning to the UN forces not to make a move on the Yalu River that bordered China, General MacArthur knew that Chinese troops were gathering north of the Yalu.

This is when the Korean War facts begin showing an ‘allied’ force working against MacArthur. When MacArthur told the U.S. State Department this information, he was ignored.

Finally, on November 25, 1950, about

‘…200,000 Chinese ‘volunteers’ crossed the Yalu and smashed into the unprepared UN troops. Another 500,000 followed in December.’

Korean War Facts. Macarthur Stopped by Truman & Marshall
General MacArthur tried to take out China’s supply and communication lines by bombing the bridges on the Yalu River. He also wanted to have the Nationalist Chinese help the American cause by attacking China from Taiwan.

‘The official response to MacArthur was swift. MacArthur’s bombing orders were canceled by General George Marshall (. a CFR member who had been called out of retirement by President Truman to serve as Secretary of Defense). This was the same Marshall who. reportedly received advance word of attack on Pearl Harbor.

MacArthur was ordered not to bomb key Chinese supply bases and to order pilots not to chase fleeing enemy aircraft.’

War Facts. Washington Assures Lin Piao
‘Chinese commander General Lin Piao was to say later, ‘I never would have made the attack and risked my men and my military reputation if I had not been assured that Washington would restrain General MacArthur from taking adequate retaliatory measures against my lines of supply and communication’. ‘

Korean War Facts. Macarthur Dismissed, Replaced by Future CFR Member
General Douglas MacArthur made a public appeal to Congress for help on the matter and was subsequently dismissed from his duties on April 10, 1951.

‘He was replaced by General Matthew B. Ridgeway, who later became a CFR member.

The MacArthur plan for a diversionary attack by Taiwan was never to be. This plan had been blocked by an order from Truman only two days after the North Koreans attacked. General Marshall also rejected an offer by Chiang Kai-shek to send Nationalist Chinese to aid Americans in Korea.’

Korean War Facts. Macarthu’s Later Comment
‘MacArthur, noting that for the first time in its military history, the United States had failed to achieve victory, was later to state,

‘Never before has this nation been engaged in mortal combat with a hostile power without military objective, without policy other than restrictions governing operations, or indeed without even formally recognizing a state of war.’

This set a precedent in the United States which continues to haunt us to this day.’

Korean War Facts. the Banking Link
Our goal is to expose all aspects of Globalization. The preceding Korean War facts are representative of how the CFR has influenced U.S. foreign policy ever since. This policy has steadily moved mankind closer and closer to being ruled by banking and corporate tyrants.

Our money and banking are the keys to the New World Order. More education on this is available at Federal Reserve banking history and Money Creation.

Once you understand that the elite cabal funds its Global Community through illegal taxation and fraudulent debt creation, you can begin to see that one solution is to go after that funding. By blindly buying into federal taxes and a mountain of debt, Americans are unwittingly funding the elite and their totalitarian plans.

It doesn’t have to be this way. If the people are educated on the fraud, the fraud falls apart.

We suggest you allow Aaron Russo to educate you on the fraudulent tax issue.

1 Comment on - Unsettling Korean War Facts

  • Donald Wooton June 10, 2023 Reply

    When I was in school I did not learn anything about history I had history about 2 weeks out of the 12 years I was in school I got sent to I help School I learned how to read when I got out of school the past year or a little less I’ve been reading so much it’s unreal learning a lot though I’m here to learn everything I can

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