A South Korean activist linked to globalist foundations says he will send balloons carrying DVDs of Sony’s “The Interview” into North Korea.

The Associated Press reports today:

Activist Park Sang-hak said on Wednesday he will start dropping 100,000 DVDs and USBs with the movie by balloon in North Korea as early as next month. If carried out, the move is expected to draw a furious response from North Korea. The two Koreas traded gunfire in October over propaganda balloons.

The move is little more than a publicity stunt designed to irritate Kim Jong Un and exacerbate tensions between South and North Korea.

The vast majority of North Koreans do not have access to DVD players and computers.

The annual GDP per capita in the authoritarian police state is $1,800 and approximately half the population of 24 million live in extreme poverty.

Activist Linked to Globalist Foundations and CIA

Park Sang-hak, a North Korean refugee, is linked to globalist foundations.

He is the chairman of the Democracy Network against North Korea Gulag and Fighters for a Free North Korea.

The Democracy Network against North Korea Gulag is closely linked to the Defense Forum Foundation, a tax-exempt organization funded by the Sarah Scaife Foundation. The late Richard Mellon Scaife, the heir to the Mellon banking fortune, was reportedly linked to the CIA.

Fighters for a Free North Korea is partnered with the Human Rights Foundation, an NGO that concentrates on “closed societies.”

It takes money from a number of globalist foundations, including the Sarah Scaife Foundation.

The organization was founded by Thor Halvorssen, a 37-year-old Venezuelan-Norwegian. The Halvorssen family is linked to large transnational corporations and Thor’s father was linked to the CIA through Duane Clarridge, a former top CIA official in Latin America who was indicted during the Iran-Contra affair.

The foundation holds the Oslo Freedom Forum which, due to its internationalist association, is called the “Davos of human rights.”

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