Anyone who was a girl growing up in the 1980s recognizes the culture Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is talking about, and the plausibility that the events she is accusing Judge Kavanaugh occurred. Everything Dr. Ford and her fellow accusants have said rings true; about the era and party atmosphere, about the underage drinking and sick … Continue reading I Believe Her
I'm a big fan and supporter of multiculturalism. I myself am a person of colour, and am also western. I am a liberal as well. This doesn't change or contradict the fact that I fully support nations, such as South Korea, Italy or Israel for wanting to stay monocultural, or people in the west and … Continue reading Monoculturalism and Multiculturalism: The Right to Say No and The Way Forward
This hashtag trended number one on Twitter on August 18, 2018. There were lots of interesting, funny and some angry tweets on the subject. It shows that we all, of all the post WW1 generations, feel a great deal of generational pride and rightfully so. It also shows that there is anger and disconnect between … Continue reading #bragaboutyourgeneration
Today's sickness is sin, and good and virtue is the cure. Hate is born of sin and ignorance, and our daily lives have become a constant fight against these most unChristian, and unwestern values. Far political extremists and haters keep trying to sell us a status quo where anything goes, and its cool to be … Continue reading Today’s Sickness
There are really only two kinds of people in the world, the good and the bad. They can also be broken up into those who get, do and support bullies and those who don't. I have always fit into the last category, and it's something I can be proud of. In my life and even … Continue reading Ending Bullying
Recently it came to my attention that South Korea is getting close to making eating dogs and cats illegal, and establishing animal welfare guidelines for all farmed animals. This is great news and will make South Korea the second Asian nation after Taiwan to ban this cruel practice and industry. The news added to my … Continue reading Why Korea is so great
I read an excellent and informative article in the New York Times today about Casa Padre, the living center for illegal migrant children. As someone who spends alot of time on Twitter I have witnessed the debate about illegal immigration and Trump play out. It's pretty harsh on both sides, and both sides have used … Continue reading On Casa Padre and How to Help The Children of Illegal Migration.