October 2016…

I’m getting old. My hair is becoming white. I’m 32 years old and I already feel like 75 years old. Nasty, really. I feel like I became old and mature last September 2016.

So many things happened in October 2016, and you just realize them now… Like, this is a well-orchestrated turn of events… by Fate, by God, by the people, by the resistance… by whoever wishes to own it all up…

My mind runs and shoots everywhere while typing, feeding the dogs, eating… This is why you can’t trust me when you ask me to watch out for the battery of your cellphone or tablet, if it’s fully charged or what… You know I will fail to look at it…

October 18, 2016 — Jee Ick Joo, a Korean businessman residing in the Philippines, was killed by the fake Philippine National Policemen right inside the area of the main office.

You know what else was happening? The political turmoil slowly brewing in South Korea…

Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte visited almost all countries located in East Asia. In North East Asia, he visited China and Japan. He did not visit South Korea and we could all agree why.

Wait, what is the post about? Well, it’s about the future South Korea-Philippines’ relationship, or more like, the relationship between the two leaders.

Last Tuesday, I came upon this news, that the leading presidential hopeful Moon Jae-in was criticizing Pres. Duterte’s move(less) in regards to Chief Bato’s position.

And this news, very stupid. “Anger is growing in South Korea after Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte attended the birthday party of the national police chief ultimately responsible for the murder of a Korean businessman.” This is UPI.com, United Press International, where lovable Lucien Carr used to work (forget Lucien Carr, let’s go back to the post).

Pres. Duterte may be friends with most of East Asian leaders… but there may be this one person you really can’t be close with.

Moon Jae-In… a (former?) human rights lawyer…

I really can’t tell whether he’s good news or bad news but… better watch out for the possible new guy in town, at the round table…

I truly hope the fake policemen are punished as soon as possible...

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