3 Decades: 2016 is Philippines’ Tipping Point


Few days ago I heard over a radio program a commentary from a woman regarding the bicameral meeting on PNoy’s emergency powers. She says, “Kung meron mang dapat ibigay kay Noynoy Aquino, hindi emergency power kundi emergency exit.”

I am not a fan of PNoy. I make no secrets of my disdain about how he handled national concerns. In 2010, soon after he sits in Malacañang, he blamed the media for the failure of the rescue operations during the Manila hostage crisis. His promise of justice for the victims of the 2009 Maguindanao massacre  is still unapparent.  The 2013 Pork Barrel Scam remains vague and unresolved. And recently, he opted to attend a car plant inauguration in Laguna over the Heroes’ Welcome for the victims of the Mamasapano clash.

I get it. We all get it. We don’t have an efficient president. But does it mean we need to…

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