Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia · South Korea

Three Russian Planes Enter S. Korean Airspace, Receive 360 Warning Shots, Which Russia Denies


Two Russian Tu-95 bombers and one A-50 airborne AWACS plane entered South Korean airspace, twice, and received 360 rounds of warning shots. South Korea fires 360 warning shots at intruding Russian military aircraft The Washington Post06:00 Russia denied that South Korea fired any warning rounds. S. Korea’s claim on warning shot firings disputed by Russia… Continue reading Three Russian Planes Enter S. Korean Airspace, Receive 360 Warning Shots, Which Russia Denies

China · Information operations · Information Warfare · Russia

Russia / Strategy Ad Hoc Media Update (76)


Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> Russia’s descent continues, as does its self-inflicted destabilization along ethnic and class boundaries. Curiously, China does not agree to support Russian games with the Yuan. Kazakhstan renames capital to Nur-Sultan honoring Nazarbayev. Russia seeks a second airbase in Kyrgyzstan. Much on Belarus – Lukashenko praising the EU,… Continue reading Russia / Strategy Ad Hoc Media Update (76)

Information operations · Information Warfare · Psychological Operations

South Korean Psyop Against North Korea


If this isn’t a strategic Psychological Operation against North Korea, I don’t know what is. There’s an interesting reason why South Korea is publicly talking about a ‘decapitation unit’ for Kim Jong-un A very public announcement by a South Korean Lieutenant General, where he admits, in the Business Insider article, that South Korea wants to make… Continue reading South Korean Psyop Against North Korea

North Korea · South Korea

Korea: Mind the Gap Between Rhetoric and Reality


Very thorough, fairly detailed, and insightful report.   Having spent more than one year studying North Korea along the DMZ and on all the corridors leading to Seoul, this report is very good.   The few flaws I did find were more cosmetic than game changers.  The only possible game changer was deep and buried artillery. … Continue reading Korea: Mind the Gap Between Rhetoric and Reality

Information operations · Information Warfare · North Korea · Propaganda · South Korea

Ppira: Women’s Bodies as Bait in Propaganda War Between Two Koreas


Published on July 20, 2017  by Jieun Choi A woman with curled up hair and enamel white pumps flashes her legs in an archetypal Marilyn Monroe posture — wind blows from below, ballooning up her flowing dress, which she pushes down just before revealing too much. “WHO’S STOPPING YOU?” “IF YOU RUN, IT TAKES JUST FIVE MINUTES!”… Continue reading Ppira: Women’s Bodies as Bait in Propaganda War Between Two Koreas

North Korea · South Korea

North Korean Drone Crashes In South Korea, ROK Fired 90 Shots After It Reconned US THAAD


A North Korean drone crashed in South Korea after infiltrating 160 miles, taking over 500 pictures along the way, including the US strategic air defense THAAD system Southeast of Seoul.  The drone was found crashed on the side of a mountain in a wooded area.  The below report from UPI has good detail about the… Continue reading North Korean Drone Crashes In South Korea, ROK Fired 90 Shots After It Reconned US THAAD

Korea

Korean conflict?


By Alan Wykes Speaking to toinformistoinfluence.com senior South Koren defence and intelligence officials have highlighted the likelihood of conflict between the two countries in the immediate future. A senior intelligence officer in South Korea, who has been working serious overtime over the last few weeks believes “We will go in. It is a matter of when not if.… Continue reading Korean conflict?