Return of Kim Jong-un celebrated after Putin summit, 2019 (video)

I find videos of North Koreans feverishly celebrating Kim Jong-un to be rather unsettling. Have a look at this one for instance, where Kim has returned from a summit with Vladimir Putin…

What immediately caught my attention was the first few moments where he steps off the train:

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Kim Jong-un returning from a summit with Vladimir Putin, 2019, with his right hand partially hidden in his coat.

I'm not an expert in symbolism, but i have digested some of the work of Jorden Maxwell and others and this image screams 'Freemason' to me. Partially hiding ones right hand in their coat as Kim does here is apparently a Masonic symbol that is typically referred to as the 'hidden hand'. Many examples of prominent and powerful people displaying the 'hidden hand' symbol and other symbols of Masonry can be found in the article, Masonic Hand Signs Explained: Hand Signals of Freemasonry, as well as on the Vigilant Citizen website.

"This conspiracy of democratic Jews and Free Masons dragged Europe into war two years ago. — Adolf Hitler in a radio broadcast from Berlin to the German people, 1941 (source)

Act NOW to Stop the Zionist Anti-Free-Speech Plot – HR 336

From Jake Morphonios …

HR 336 is a terrible set of proposed laws being considered by the House of Representatives. This bill increases US tax funding for Israeli weapons, further obligates US troops to die for Israel & crushes free speech by those who choose to boycott Israeli goods over their mistreatment of native Palestinians. #BDS #Israel #HR336

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Yellow Vest Fever | RT Documentary

From the description…

Yellow Vests protests have been sweeping over France since November 2018. Priscillia Ludosky, who launched the anti-tax petition that sparked the movement; Ghislain Coutard, who came up with the idea of using warning vests as a symbol; and Jerome Rodrigues, who became the face of the movement after being partially blinded by a rubber bullet, explain why common people in small-town France are so angry.