Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines

Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines

Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines
Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines



Stealing  money from expats
, and now from desperate Filipinos you try to lure them as “trainees” to your “BPO 24 HOUR SERVICE” promising them a job. What job? In a bikini bar or a porn movie in your friend Christopher Bennetts and Guenther Vomberg sadistic porn sites.  Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines

Readers, see below what he’s saying on his blogs about the expat community. He has snitched to the Philippines National Police every single foreigner came close to him, including partners in scams and porn business, he was thrown once in a cliff but miraculously survived. Abandoned by anyone, I’ll be not surprised if he makes the headlines as Michael Turner recently. Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines

Matt Wilkie said:
” I have been out in the Philippines full-time now for getting on two years and over that time I have to admit the Expat community is somewhat bizarre in certain ways. Not all by the way as often the business community doesn’t fall into the same categories and often the 20+ crowd don’t either. Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines

But there is a huge number of retired or semi-retired people here or wanting to be here, which are suffering with mental health issues on medication or borderline cases. I can take for example an internet forum guy called MrLee allegedly an ex New York policeman, which with his actions I very much doubt as his mentality is somewhat similar to that of someone with severe mental problems. Unless that’s why he took early retirement maybe?

I quit his forum over a year ago as I found nearly everyone there just went round in loops with conversations as simply most aren’t in the Philippines but either approaching 60 or above it already. Got an opinion on everything yet anyone with solid advice they ignore. Either way departed from the forum for these reasons as I could see it wasn’t helpful to me and pretty much what I like to call real expats ie those doing business or working not retired.

Matt Wilkie said:

“For over a year this guy sends messages of abuse on a regular basis, doesn’t really bother me except my concern of his mental state thinking this is acceptable behaviour by a guy nearly 60. But its not the first time I have seen one of these guys here and they seem to wake up in the morning and have it as they’re drive for the day to try and annoy someone else.

Wish I had that much spare time on my hands to have nothing better to do but then again I would be looking for something positive to do with the time. Just puzzled as to what makes these people the way they are and more importantly why are there so many of them in the Philippines”. Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines

And you moron? When you are in the Middle East working as a security guard 18/24 hours you have limited access to a computer you are getting pills to calm you down, so hooked you are on the computer.

When in the Philippines you stay on the computer 18/24 maintaining more than 20 blogs foul of lies and deceits that you get 150 US dollars in a good  month. That’s what you call I would be looking for something positive to do with the time?  All you do is satisfying your border line side of your brain as soon as you finished with the other side that is schizophrenic. 

You have been annoyed more than one blogger by stealing his domain name one letter less or more to get close.  Matt Wilkie Mental Health And Expats In The Philippines

The biggest copy cat on the internet!