Cave Dwelling: Have You Heard about them Koreans?

He that rebels against reason is a real rebel, but he that in defence of reason rebels against tyranny has a better title to Defender of the Faith, than George the Third.

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Since the dawn of time every super power has been challenged. From Rome fighting the Saxons in northern Europe to the US taking up arms for a cause to fight Great Britain, to the Cold War, every time one nation is considered a world power, there has always been one if not more wanting to take the throne.

Unless you have been living in a cave the past fifty years, you are somewhat aware of what is going on in the South Pacific. I am going to shed some light for you if you aren’t. Since the death of Kim Jong Il in 2011, Kim Jong-un his son, was his successor to power. I guess they like to keep the names generally the same to we all think they sound alike. “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”

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Change can’t be had if your voice is silenced before you can speak.

Just bear with me here and read the set up, kind of lengthy but just truck through.

 

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The bar was dimly lit with candles half burnt out, the wax melting onto the wooden bar. The smell of tobacco spit on the ground and cheap cigars filled the bar, making it almost impossible to inhale deeply without gagging. The beer was warm, the only redeeming grace this seemingly hole in the wall establishment had was that the whiskey was strong. I ordered a glass straight up and took my seat in the corner of the bar facing the door so I could see who came and went. It was the end of September 1773, and America had just won it’sĀ independence and England recognized the sovereignty of the United States in the Treaty of Paris.

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