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KIM JONG UN SISTER'S REPORT

By Michael Wilson
Mr. Wilson offers some very interesting, even intriguing, analytically-derived thoughts about  what Kim Jong Un's sister may have witnessed in South Korea and how she may have influenced Kim as she reported her observations upon her return to N. Korea after the Winter Olympics. Mr. Wilson is a person who has exceptional analytical thinking ability as well as compelling capability to express results of his analyses. He is a veteran, one who sustained life-threatening injuries, of the Vietnam War. His knowledge base is broad and his understanding of national and world affairs is profound. He permits me to post some of his work and this one is, in my opinion, not only interesting but compelling to ponder.  Michael Wilson's thoughts:
Has anyone else considered the possibility that when Kim Jong-un's sister, Kim Jo-long, came back from her visit to South Korea during the recent Winter Olympics, the conversation went something like this?

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SCHOOL SHOOTINGS -- ROOT CAUSE

This article was published in the Virginia Gazette, a Tribune paper, on April 28, 2018. It focuses on root cause of school shootings. It was presented to draw attention to true cause, as opposed to an earlier op-ed that focused on demonstrations, especially by young people with focus on the NRA as the cause of the problem. So wrongheaded and biased! Determination of root cause is absolutely vital in any problem-solving action. Demonstrations, as presented by the opinion writer do not solve any problems! The writer did present an emotional, well-composed essay, but offered no solutions. Principle problem cause is mainstreaming mentally ill on psychotropic drugs. Let's take a look.
Seldom do we read an opinion piece in our papers as well composed as the April 21 article, “Out of the Pain, Hope Arises in Our Young People.” I read it once to understand the writer's introspection, her emotions, and thoughts. Her reaction to school shootings was enlightening, sensitive. A second rea…