If you read Popular Mechanics some years back, you would remember the fanciful ads for “X-ray Vision glasses” that would give one the power of seeing through flesh and clothing.  That sort of wishful technology (fakery) would also come in handy when reading through newspapers or watching TV news.  Imagine if we had “Truth-O-vision” glasses that would show us how things really are, what could be seen.

I thought, considering the recent news about South Korea’s Democratic United Party and their strange version of reality and short memory (the Uri Party promoted this base to begin with), what would we see if we looked at pictures of their protests in Jejudo over the naval base and a slanderous tweet from a Unified Progressive Party candidate calling the naval base on Jejudo a “pirate base”.