For some reason, 2018 really does feel like it’s going to be different. That feeling deviates from my normal New Years vibe. In all likelihood, that’s because 2018 will be different for me. But, is it only for me? I’m not sure, yet.
Korea faces reunification, mainly from a combination of pressure, threats, “caught in the acts”, and open diplomacy from the new South Korean president. Just remember, diplomacy alone wouldn’t have solved anything. Strength win wars; communication wins peace—never underestimate the importance of both. Once Korea unites, political polarities elsewhere will shift.
Then, there’s the moral issue.
I see more and more stories of nudism and hedonism among the wealthy and well-to-do. Dirty parties are a “thing” in Silicon Valley, apparently. But, it’s becoming a trend across the globe. That crowd argues “a natural” and “openness to new ideas”. I myself find a slight contradiction: Tech programmers understand the need for rules on some level, including code formats and tech security protocols. · · · →
N Korea now led by Kim Jong Un, American troops being planted all over Pacifica, Chinese all angry about it, and election season in US and Taiwan is fast approaching. This is about to get really interesting.
America, now not being in Iraq, has to find SOME place to “further America and her interests”—we just don’t know how to live in time of Peace, with each other or with others, we can at least agree on that much regardless of political affiliation. Just think.. all those troops in Iraq, and the Seventh Fleet has quietly remained at China’s doorstep the whole time. Now they are looking for a Naval Base in Singapore—why do we need another Naval Base, unless the Military knows something we don’t.
And we all know military smack-action when we see it. “Hey, China, we’re going to place 2,500 troops really close to you, in Australia. There’s no problem, however. · · · →