I am a US military veteran that has served all over the world to include in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Korea. I have been blogging about Korea, Northeast Asia, and the US military for over 10 years.


  1. Was it personal? Or just business?

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother Kim Jung-nam was killed, in what appears to be an assassination, local media reported Tuesday.

    TV Chosun, citing government sources, reported that the 46-year-old Kim was killed by two female assassins at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia on Monday.

    Almost seems like an 80s movie. 2 female assassins kill China’s choice for Backup Ruler of North Korea, should Fatty Kim stumble and fall down the stairs of his palace.

    Middle brother doesn’t want it (and is a pole smoker, according to reports, thus a non-starter by DPRK standards), oldest brother is dead, and Kim Jong-un believes his own propaganda.

    ~Scoops McGee, after a short vacation.

  2. With KJU – seems like anyone who could even remotely be considered powerful has a target on his back.

  3. If it was understood that he was under the protection of China, was the assassination also an indirect message to China? Will China have a response?

  4. “The Korean embassy has warned against visiting the migrant-dominated Paris region of Seine-Saint-Denis after thugs terrorised a coach of tourists.

    A group of around forty South Korean tourists were ‘slapped’, threatened, and robbed by five men who climbed aboard their coach as it was stuck in traffic near Bobigny, where anti-police riots were taking place.”

    Oh, Trump, by your graces, allow us to avoid these corner which Europe has backed itself into and allow us to overcome the leftist idealists who would see America destroyed to chase their impossible dreams.

    Oh. Wait. Concealed carry. We can do this together.

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