5 Reasons tensions at the Korean peninsula will not spark a Civilization-level war

As North Korean president Kim Jong Un announced his country's successful production of a thermonuclear device allegedly capable of being mounted unto an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), many countries such as Japan, the United States, China, South Korea and even Russia are in a state of panic. Many even believed that this is part of... Continue Reading →

Kian delos Santos murder and Bato dela Rosa’s defense– it does’nt add up

In a desperate attempt at easing public outrage over the dastardly murder of 17 year old grade 11 student Kian Lloyd de Los Santos, Philippine National Police chief Ronald "Bato" de la Rosa  held a press conference and presented a witness who said that the teenager was a drug courier for his father and uncles who... Continue Reading →

North Korea threatens US and its allies: ” We’ll nuke them if they join US in harassing us”

Like a boy with his new found toy, North Korea didn't mince words when it threatened the United States and its allies of a nuclear attack if the US starts moving against it militarily. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, described by Philippine president Rodrigo Roa Duterte as "crazy," is busy patting his generals in... Continue Reading →

On GRP-CPP-NPA-NDF Peace talks: Joma’s dilemma

Presidential Ernesto Abella, another old guy, has thrown his hat unto the verbal war between his boss, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, and Communist Party of the Philippines Founding chair and now consultant to the National Democratic Front (NDF) Jose Maria Sison. Abella accuses Joma of being "out of touch" with his Communist comrades, an accusation... Continue Reading →

Are we entering the calm before a World War 3 storm?

More and more states around the world have been reconfiguring their governments and staffing it full with generals and ex-military. In the Philippines, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has appointed more than sixty former high ranking military and police officials into highly sensitive bureaucratic posts. Several European states, with new administrations, have also seen changes in... Continue Reading →

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