Category Archives: North Korea

Hollywood: When Evil Triumphs

Tweet The most popular and durable Hollywood character is the lone hero. The man, or woman, who against all odds, confronts and defeats evil. In the old days, there was usually a shoot out, a duel on the dusty street of a frontier town between the forces of darkness and the forces of decency. From […]

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Bombing the Syrian Reactor: The Untold Story

Tweet Commentary has just published a fascinating excerpt from Elliot Abrams’ new book, Tested by Zion: The Bush Administration and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, a memoir of his service at the National Security Council from 2001 to 2009. There are several valuable take-a-ways from this excerpt, but for Seraphic Secret, the most important is the author’s […]

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The Idiot’s Guide to North Korea

Tweet Here’s a peek into the gulag known as North Korea. Part One: Part Two: Part Three:   With the death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il, American, Chinese and South Korean forces are on high alert, worried that internal frictions in the hermit kingdom might spark instability and lead to a flood of […]

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Massacre on the High Seas

Tweet South Korean Navy patrol combat corvettes stage an anti-submarine exercise off the western coast of Taean. (Reuters) It is true. There was a massacre on the high seas. Innocent men were murdered by a terrorist regime. Of course, Seraphic Secret is talking about the 46 sailors, aboard a South Korean submarine. It has been […]

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North Korean Medicine: Bad News, Good News

Tweet North Korean propaganda poster. Nothing to Envy, by Barbara Demick is an astonishing and eye-opening book that takes us inside North Korea, a hermit kingdom. Demick follows the lives of six North Koreans over fifteen years, and chronicles the government induced famine that killed one-fifth of the North Korean population. North Korea is the […]

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