Category Archives: China

Martin Luther King Visits Trump

Speeding in a golf court on a splendid golf course not far from presidential palace Mar-a-Lago, Martin Luther King steered toward the executive foursome and braked hard, skidding along the grass behind the fifth tee just as President Donald Trump began his downswing. Trump dribbled the ball about twenty yards and spun to scream, “Hey, […]

Also posted in Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Iran, Korea, Martin Luther King, Nuclear Weapons, Russia, Vietnam

Admiral Yamamoto in Korea

We’ll talk about North Korea in a minute but first you should know I love the sea and more Kawai especially when I’m in Tokyo out of uniform in her arms. I tell her about studying at Harvard two happy years, and likewise two incisive years as naval attaché in Washington, D. C. I like […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Isoroku Yamamoto, Japan, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Nuclear Weapons, Tripartite Pact, World War II

Manila Bulletin Posts “Nuclear Role Reversal”

Retired Ambassador Jose Abeto Zaide, now a columnist for the Manila Bulletin, has posted another of my stories about foreign affairs: “Nuclear Role Reversal.” Click here to read

Also posted in Donald Trump, Jose Abeto Zaide, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Mexico, Nuclear Weapons

Nuclear Role Reversal

Frankly and without self-pity I tell you that I have a dangerous and therefore stressful job as president of South Mexico, which for years, with the help of our Chinese allies, has been holding off communist hordes in North Mexico and the United States. To help you understand, let me briefly review essential events after […]

Also posted in Canada, Donald Trump, Hawaii, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Nuclear Weapons

Trump Scorches Balls

I’m sure you all read my vital presidential tweets and know I worried those three shoplifters from the UCLA basketball team were going to show me up and not tell everyone how much they appreciated that I intervened with President Xi and saved their asses from ten years in a Chinese prison. They should’ve said […]

Also posted in Basketball, Donald Trump, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, LaVar Ball, LiAngelo Ball, Xi Jinping

Trump at United Nations

It’s a great honor to be at the United Nations right here in my hometown of New York. I do think the building’s a little shabby and would’ve been a lot prettier if I’d built it but that’s okay. We’re here today to celebrate the fact that because of my leadership the stock market is […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Iran, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Nuclear Weapons, Russia, United Nations, Venezuela

Trump Calls Kim Jong Un

Donald Trump – President Kim, this is President Trump calling to tell you that it won’t happen. Kim Jong Un – It’s already happened. DT – I’m referring to North Korea actually deploying an ICBM. KJU – Consider them as good as deployed on quite mobile Chinese-built trucks you’ll never be able to track. DT […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Japan, Jose Abeto Zaide, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Muammar Gaddafi, Nuclear Weapons, Russia, Saddam Hussein

Trump Confronts Kim Jong Un

Far too busy to be troubled by an inconvenient personal meeting, President Donald Trump, entertaining swells at Mar-a-Lago, and President Kim Jong Un, salivating as soldiers and missiles pass before him in Pyongyang, take a break to offer a little TV time for Battle of the Big Shots. President Xi Jinping, the referee, prepares to […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Nuclear Weapons, Xi Jinping

Nuclear Trump

I worry about our nuclear triad because I’m a strategic thinker. I knew what the triad was last year even though political enemies tried to use my words to make it sound like I didn’t. I did and I do and warn everyone that the United States must greatly strengthen and expand its land-based missiles, […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, ISIS, Nuclear Weapons, Russia, Vladimir Putin

Hydrogen Man

I’m not short and pudgy. I’m taller and firmer than you think and in fact I’m a stud who watches professional basketball and lives like a god and beds any woman I want and the other night my current favorite swooned as I told her, “This morning I exploded a hydrogen bomb.” “Oh, Dear Leader.” […]

Also posted in Japan, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Nuclear Weapons

Rubio Warns China

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Air Force, Army, Campaign 2016, Defense Budget, Japan, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Marco Rubio, Navy

Great Wall of Trump

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Barack Obama, Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Economics, Immigration, Mexico, Republicans

Trump is a Scaremonger

I taught English as a Second Language for adults for twenty-four years. Eighty percent of my students were from Mexico. I would trust virtually all of them before I’d trust Donald Trump. He’s full of garbage and a shameless scaremonger and racist. For those old enough to remember the 1980s, he went around screaming how […]

Also posted in Conservatives, Donald Trump, Japan, Racism, Republicans

Indentured Servants

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in English, Immigration, Prisons, Short Pieces - GTC, Slavery

Foxxconn Opportunities

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Computers, Short Pieces - GTC, Suicide

World According to Americans

Don’t know if they were godless communists or radical Muslims but some outrageous critters emailed world map insulting Americans. On map they write we think Canada’s uninhabited. Bull feathers. We know few icy people live up there, and they sure as hell want to be like Alaska next door, which is now America except for […]

Also posted in Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, India, Japan, Mexico, Middle East, Russia, Short Pieces - GTC, South Africa

Conservative International Action Plan

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Afghanistan, Barack Obama, Bashar al-Assad, Cold War, Conservatives, Iran, Iraq, Middle East, Nuclear Weapons, Pacific Ocean, Republicans, Russia, Saddam Hussein, Syria, Taliban, Vladimir Putin

Muslim Analyst on Iran and the Nuclear Nation

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in England, France, India, Iran, Israel, Korea, Middle East, Nuclear Weapons, Pakistan, Terrorism

Foxconn Opportunities

May be secret some places but Chinese know many kids young as twelve leave no heat or plumbing villages and ride migratory buses to work for great technology firm Foxconn which gets several thousand applications daily from those anxious to be paid promptly albeit modestly and live in huge heated dormitories and enjoy promised spare […]

Also posted in Apple, Computers, Factories, Foxconn, Mental Health, Poetry - GTC, Steve Jobs, Suicide

Kim Jong-Il Attacks Again

Don’t dare celebrate Western exaggerations that my body’s withered by a stroke and my face twisted into a mask of fading comprehension. I’m still mighty Kim Jong-Il and determined to confront those who claim they’re blessed with freedom and nutrition but are in fact imperialistic criminals using economic sanctions to punish my starving North Korean […]

Also posted in Asia, Iran, Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-Il, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Nuclear Weapons

I Am MacArthur

This story is from the collection “The Bold Investor” <

Also posted in Alexander the Great, Asia, Australia, Dean Acheson, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight Eisenhower, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Japan, John Barrymore, Korea, Korean War, Napoleon, Nuclear Weapons, Pearl Harbor, Philippines, Short Stories - GTC, The Bold Investor, West Point, World War I, World War II

Highlights from the 2008 Olympics

I see many noble commentators have downplayed if not altogether ignored Olympic sports in order to rebuke China for a range of civil rights concerns and thereby imply the nation today is as ill as in the era of Mao, who shred at least as much flesh as Hitler and Stalin.  China has in fact […]

Also posted in Asia, Basketball, Gymnastics, Media, Olympics, Swimming, Television, Track & Field