EP 26 – Necessity (2)
Few young people are interested in politics. It’s not only a bit old-fashioned at first, but it’s because our society is a little taboo on him.
However, the case of Yoo Jae-young was different.
This is because the conversations at the head of the table were a little different.
“It seems that the situation in the second quarter is also bad. I like 1.1% because it’s all a base effect. It’s a political high school, and the supplementary budget bill doesn’t have to be passed. … .”
“Jaeyoung’s father. Just pretend you’re crazy and raise interest rates. Is it because there is no way monetary easing is possible in Korea’s sentiment? Can’t you find an answer when you see the PBR mess?”
“Is it that easy? Then, if you do it wrong, you hear a rattlesnake. Next year is the general election, and the president does that because he thinks he is crazy?”
“Or, ask Yeonjun after pouring water on it.”
Maybe it’s because he has a father, a high-ranking public official at the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, and a mother, a university professor. Or is it because the story we hear at the head of the table is ‘the supplementary budget plan following the central bank’s interest rate cut and the prospect of next year’s general election’?
Yoo Jae-young has often talked about politics at school since middle school, a kind of intellectual vanity. Isn’t that age when you want to brag about what you know?
She went around pretending to be a bit of a sloppy professional. In fact, it was a bit unlucky for other people to hear.
“Ugh. Guys. What does this issue look like to me? The most problematic thing is that it doesn’t make sense to distribute disposable income after reducing it, right? Credit currency itself is an object that melts and disappears as much as the base rate, so why do you keep choosing distribution instead of growth?”
“Yes… … But what does that mean?”
“You are saying that raising the hourly wage is not the best!”
It was an instant that a middle school girl’s nickname became ‘Ilbechung’.
After that, Yoo Jae-young stopped talking about politics.
Instead, I started writing on the Internet.
Of course, the article written by a girl who peers into the back of state affairs at the dinner table became a cult following in line with the impeachment process. So 10 years of posting went on.
She got a master’s degree in political science, and when the gates opened and interest in politics exploded, it was no wonder she became a power blogger that attracted hundreds of thousands.
Thus, ‘San Butterfly’ was born.
in other words,
Wild Butterfly was Yoo Jae-young’s dark self-expression,
So even her parents didn’t know that she was a wild butterfly.
* * *
hello. It is a wild butterfly.
In one day, the country was turned upside down. Yes. you’re right. It is also ‘the minister’.
This time, he declared war on the entire paranormal industry. It’s getting more and more confusing whether the president of this country is Yang or Han, and I’m afraid that it will be like that in a few years.
[Last election poll graph. Han Seung-moon is in third place with 13% approval rating. I was unable to register as a candidate because of the age limit.]
I’m really afraid of Han Seung-moon’s sudden acceleration, which comes out when I forget. This is because, in a democratic society that has adopted a bureaucracy, it is not very good for only one minister to control state affairs.
Han Seung-moon is a character that can be described as a war hero, a gamer, and a gambler. It’s also a vice that overturns the board if it’s misguided.
So far, it has been miraculously successful, but you can’t predict when and how it will fall. Aside from Ho-oh, it’s just that person’s inclination itself. So, isn’t that why our people who like meanderings like him?
However, this time around, they came up with a policy that was satisfactory. It’s so satisfying that it’s impossible to realize.
[News report of ‘Han Seung-moon Law’. While the live broadcast was in progress, the FKI’s condemnation statement was reported as breaking news.]
There is such a thing as ‘the gold-acid separation method’. Simply put, it is a law that prevents ‘businesses’ from owning ‘banks’.
Usually, banks lend money based on the creditworthiness of the company, because if a company goes out of business by borrowing unlimited money from its own bank, the people (depositors) suffer damage.
The ‘Gunsan Separation Act’ proposed by Han Seung-moon as a member of the National Assembly is in the same vein. The plan is to limit the privatization of PMCs by large companies.
[Three major guilds in Korea. GS Aegis – Samsung Hunting Agency – SK Hunters. It is leading not only in the PMC field but also in the Maseok energy business.]
In the future, large corporations must report to the government if they own more than 5% of a private military company (PMC), and if they want to hold more than 10%, they will need to obtain permission from the Ministry of Portrait Management. Also regularly.
In addition, considering that it is an industry directly related to national defense and security, it is said that all PMCs will be supported by changing them to entrusted-execution-type quasi-governmental organizations rather than purely private companies.
Virtually all PMCs will be made semi-public enterprises, and will be made available by the Inspector General of the Portrait Management Department at any time.
It is convenient to think that the inspection authority of Samsung Electronics is given to the Ministry of Science and Technology.
[Announcing a statement of condemnation by the Federation of Korean Industries. It is unusual for the chaebol general supply and demand to directly deliver a statement to the National Assembly.]
Naturally, from the perspective of a company that operated PMC, it is a ploy to open their eyes and lose the company. And in fact, it’s a socialist policy to the point where it’s impossible to even hear the rednecks.
However, I am in favor of the military-industrial separation from the point of view of a single citizen.
Because the PMC is an armed organization.
It is also an armed organization that has the potential to defeat the military. And the more they act for profit rather than the public interest, the more the basic rights of the people are affected in some way.
Of course, not all PMCs are considered as coup d’état candidates and are not executed. As mentioned earlier, the separation of military-industry shares the same juridical context with the separation of industry and finance.
[CEO Cheon Geum-soon comes out of the court after being sentenced to probation. During the trial, he overturned public opinion by concluding large-scale food aid.]
Korea is clearly returning to the magic stone produced by PMC, and PMC is currently the primary industry supporting all industries. Of course, if you control the primary industry, you can influence the secondary and tertiary industries.
This means countless creative and versatile exploits.
If a large corporation PMC immediately purchases a large number of potions from the same group affiliates, accounting fraud or accounting transactions between affiliates is easily possible. There is an opinion that potion price fixing is actually done in that way.
Or, the magic stones acquired by the company’s PMC can be stolen from affiliated research institutes without going through the government. In this case, tax evasion and outflow of strategic resources are easily possible.
Whoever controls the PMC controls the economy.
[Capture of the famous slam dunk scene. Whoever controls the rebounds controls the game.]
It would have been something that the government would never tolerate. Those who play with the market economy to their heart’s content can even cause a coup d’etat?
In the United States, large corporations PMCs took advantage of the weakened government to completely dominate the market, and in Europe, PMCs took advantage of the weakened government to dominate the political power.
In Japan, Yakuza hunters gather and wage a semi-civil war with the government forces, and in the 3rd world, hunters have already established a main training forest.
As you can see, the moment the democratic public power collapses, society returns to the logic of power. From the point of view of ordinary people, this is no different from living hell.
But fortunately, the Minister of Portrait Management in our country is a person who cares for, loves, protects, and is wary of Hunters more than anyone else.
[International PMC Market Capitalization Ranking. First place is Armada from Spain. The second to fourth places are large American companies. The fifth place is occupied by the GS defense agency.]
Of course, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not declare that it would destroy the growth engines of Korean conglomerates amid fierce international competition.
The current measure is to fill the leash, but it is vague to see it as a regulation. Rather, we decided to support PMC with the national budget.
In other words, the current system of embezzlement, breach of trust, collusion, exploitation and abuse will be allowed, but the moment the line is crossed, the government will immediately blow up the earthenware with a mace.
I also monitor it on a regular basis. It can’t be ‘the spectacular’ way indeed. It reveals its unique paranoid side without filtration.
The question is, who is willing to give up their heads?
[Photo of a protest against the Hunter Association for not condemning the government. Military and police surround the area in case of emergencies.]
Just because the names are similar, you should not think that this is a political battle similar to the Kim Young-ran Act. The Han Seung Grammar is a major reform that twists the foundation of the industry.
The war has begun.
As Minister of Portrait Management, Han Seung-moon revealed his ambition to invade the industry as a whole that supports the portrait society, and all private companies are exceptionally united against the government.
If you look at the current situation, both the Kuomintang and the National Defense Party were engulfed in chaos. The fact that the spokesperson is arguing around means that the party is undecided, and that means that Han Seung-moon suddenly drew his sword, as usual.
Frankly, it is impossible to predict how a minister will break through the situation at this point. Failure to do so can seriously damage your political life. There is no answer.
But why do you keep looking forward to how Han Seung-moon will handle the situation this time? Maybe now I’ve already stopped thinking that he’s going to lose the fight.
* * *
Yoo Jae-young covered the laptop.
After working all night, my eyes hurt. It seems really difficult to write something that sucks while pretending to be offended.
“… … ha.”
It’s been several months since I found out that it was a wild butterfly. Although I got up from intern to level 6, becoming an aide to Han Seung-moon is far from being.
“This isn’t even a comment… … .”
There is a difference between writing something you love and writing something you like. Even when an advertisement was placed on the blog right away, the article was ruined because of money. I haven’t received any ads since then. Because it was a gold spoon.
Yoo Jae-young went down to the first floor to drink a cold can of beer from the refrigerator.
And I open the refrigerator in the corner of the living room and stand on my feet to get the beer on top-
“Don’t drink at night.”
“Ah! It’s a surprise!”
Yoo Jae-kyung, who was sitting on the sofa, was staring at her. I didn’t know he was sitting there because he was so small.
“… … Dad? sit down?”
“Dad doesn’t sleep.”
“It’s already 4 o’clock, so why aren’t you sleeping… … ?”
“… … I can’t sleep.”
Yoo Jae-young looked at his father with worried eyes. The thought of drinking beer is already gone.
She asked cautiously as she closed the refrigerator door.
“Dad, it’s okay… … ?”
“Yes… … .”
It was a soulless answer. The figure of Prime Minister Yoo Jae-kyung, lying on the sofa, was more like green onion than a person. Did you say that this is usually a rice cake?
Unlike in society, Yoo Jae-kyung was bubbly at home, but was not so helpless. But these days, when I look at it, it always feels like it’s wilting and withering.
So, from the standpoint of the daughter who is watching, there is no choice but to worry.
Yoo Jae-young put her hand on the refrigerator door and asked her father,
“Would you like some milk? Would you like soy milk?”
“… … Do you have apple juice? Jaeyong Lee gave it to me last time.”
“Mom ate the one leftover.”
“She’s a girlfriend to this guy… … .”
Prime Minister Yoo Jae-kyung put beans and chestnuts on the temple of his wife who fell asleep on his knees. Of course, so soft that she can’t wake up.
Yoo Jae-young, who was watching the scene, smiled and started to put milk in the microwave, but in reality, her heart was very nervous.
“… … .”
To be honest, Yoo Jae-kyung’s lifeline was getting more and more anxious. It was a natural procedure as Prime Minister, but it became even more so after Won Ok-bun, a powerful political opponent, ascended to the Jeonbuk branch.
In addition, in the last local election, while glancing around for mayor of Busan, he was entangled in a few remarks and bled a little. During the interview, he briefly mentioned Busan as the ‘capital’.
Naturally, the ‘Honam monopoly theory’ popped up in Jeolla-do, and Seoul refugees pushed Prime Minister Yoo Jae-kyung, saying that they would give up on retaking Seoul.
To be honest, there was no big impact on my status as an administrator because it was an image created by Unflow, but as a politician, I suffered a rather heavy blow.
Perhaps only Won-ok and that old devilish woman are smiling… … do. Yoo Jae-young carefully guessed it.
“… … ha.”
Meanwhile, Han Seung-moon suddenly turned the country upside down. I don’t know what the hell he’s thinking this time, but he’s trying to get the whole hunter industry in his hands.
The industry is affected by the PMC, and the PMC is affected by the large corporations.
“… … Oh, I’m hot.”
As a saying goes, the more Han Seung-moon insults the Prime Minister, the more insulted he gets.
The Minister is a member of the State Council, and the middle manager of the State Council member is the Prime Minister, but there is a picture that the Prime Minister cannot directly control one Minister.
Right now, Won Ok-bun, Yoo Jae-kyung, and Kim Doo-shik are being mentioned as the next big three.
“… … Dad, did Han Seung-moon buy another without a word? What kind of spirit are you talking about?”
“… … .”
“I, indeed. I didn’t know that a talented kid could be so terrifying. All of a sudden, there’s a rush, a riot, a riot-“
“… … no.”
“uh. uh… … ?”
Yoo Jae-young, who had deliberately raised his voice for his father, felt like a stone had landed in his chest at the sound of his father’s powerless voice.
“What is it?”
“… … Without a word, I didn’t do it.”
Prime Minister Yoo Jae-kyung stared blankly into the air. He looked like someone who had lost all his fortune in a gambling hall.
“I came to meet you. you already know It looks like the story is over.”
“Ahh! okay? All, I’m glad! It wasn’t done without measures-“
“I already knew the National Party floor leader and the super-high standing chairperson.”
“Uh, um… … . It doesn’t seem like it’s too much of a problem if you mobilize your left and right arms, right?”
“Governor Won Ok-bun. You already knew.”
“… … .”
Yoo Jae-young was not an outsider to the extent that he did not know what this meant. She had a gut feeling what it meant for his father to be left behind in the intelligence war. It also meant that they were excluded from such a large country.
“… … .”
He was far from the heart of power.
Moreover, the moment the next presidential power passes to Won Ok-bun, Yoo Jae-kyung is highly likely to face political retaliation.
Although she pretended not to know in front of her father, she was well aware that Yoo Jae-kyung betrayed Won Ok-bun during the last presidential election.
This was not just a matter of the level of civil servants being fired, it was a matter of the fate of their families.
“… … .”
Yoo Jae-young closed her eyes tightly, bit her lips tightly, and clenched her fists to the point of standing blood vessels.
Now, there was no way for her to save her father except for her to become Han Seung-moon’s entourage.
The story of the head of a girl who half-joked when applying to Han Seung-moon’s office has become a reality.
Now that this has come to pass, the time has come when you must spare no effort in any way to help your father.
“… … Dad, I actually wrote on the internet-”
Yoo Jae-young was silent. The old voice of his father, the first he had ever heard in his life, was incomparably terrifying to his shouts.
“… … Dad is not a very nice person.”
Yoo Jae-kyung bowed her head. The daughter was afraid to see the expression on her father’s face and bowed her head together.
“… … My dad was a bit too selfish, so he hurt others a lot. Sometimes I hurt without knowing it was hurting.”
The daughter wanted to cover her ears, but her father would not wait.
“Maybe, I may have to pay the price for it.”
“… … What else do you mean?”
“But I will work hard until the end.”
Prime Minister Yoo Jae-kyung cautiously rose from his seat.
Then she wore an old suit, multi-million-won glasses, and mid-range luxury shoes given to her by her favorite daughter.
It is now six in the morning. It is when the sunlight seeps through the frozen glass windows in the cold frost.
Yoo Jae-kyung saw the bright sunlight from the standpoint of Seo-ri. The ice slowly melted and flowed down, wiping the dust off the window.
“… … Daddy goes to work.”
It was a lonely commute.
* * *
[…] … around 7 this morning. Prosecutors re-investigated Hunter Min Jung-gi, who was arrested in May. Prosecutor Yoon-seon Park of the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office, the prosecutor in charge, kept quiet in an interview with the media-]
[…] … Ah yes. Did the prosecution start a re-investigation somewhat unusually? It’s usually people who don’t do that because they’re shy. But considering that Prosecutor Park Yun-seon is a close aide to Governor Won Ok-bun, and that Governor Won and Minister Han are potential allies since the last branch, I wonder if there is something more here-]
[…] … Hunter Min Jeong-gi is known as a serial killer who killed 7 North Korean civilians in the past. There was a time when he only murdered a boy under the age of 8, which caused an outrage. In an interview, he proudly revealed that he was a pleasure killer-]
[…] … In fact, I had a lot of questions at the time. Was it a surprise rather than a question? Why did they kill children under the age of 8? Someone who has a wife and children. At the time, some thought that this was not a pleasure killing-]
[…] … Ahaha, isn’t organ trafficking too far? Anyway, it seems that Governor Won Ok-bun moved the prosecution for Rep. Han Seung-moon. Perhaps I am just touching Hunter’s morality issue to support the Military-Industrial Separation Act.]
[…] … Ah yes. Next news. The FKI withdraws its accusation against Minister Han Seung-moon, and asks him to come out as a forum for dialogue and communication-]
The radio is off. All that was left was the sound of quiet breathing and the white breath that spreads gently.
“… … .”
when dawn dawned
The politician stood quietly by the window, looking at the cloudy and cold world.
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