When we speak of great souls or great leaders, surely everyone will raise eye brow as real leaders are becoming gradually rare. But, one name shines like eternal glittering star in the sky in the Pearl of the Orient as the rooster crow to give the signal of dawn, and that is late Ninoy the spark plug of EDSA.
The slay of the late Ninoy is considered as the turning point in the hard-fought battle of Filipino leaders like him to regain our country’s democracy from the shackles of two decade-long of martial rule imposed by the late Ilocano Apo Lakay. But ,his sacrifice to restore our country’s democratic institutions seemed to have been only the dream of Filipinos are worth dying for. Our country still suffers from grave social disparities and the increasingly opportunistic behavior of its political-economic elite.
Gloria’s immensely corrupt regime has destroyed a once democratic loving people country, leaving behind only the stench of decay.Right from her inauguration address as the president of our country, she has consistently pledged amongst many others to run a government , But as her regime’s days roll by and things unfold it is becoming obvious that those pledges were made merely to deceive Filipinos into accepting her, a woman who was fraudulently rigged into the highest office in the country by the worst President Philippines ever had.
Her capacity to wield unlimited power is something to suit her desires, She set herself towards getting more than she really need. She gets too much power in her hands, Her actions can easily be and most likely will be guided by whimsy. After all, since she have all the power in her hands, who can refute herself even over a whim? Such people who act in this fashion, allowing herself to be lured by whimsy and power, are not to be trusted nor are they to be loved. You can’t love someone, or even like them, if they have no love for anyone else but themselves. But, boy, you sure can fear them.
Now our country is facing another troubled Mindanao.Are we going to see a war? I believe the Mindanao wars were far more complex than we are led to believe by the political establishment, and I fear that we out of ideological blindness have come to support some pretty dangerous Muslim forces. My point is that you cannot understand recent history in Mindanao without taking the previous MILF and Abu Sayaff oppression into account.President Plan is to give them MOA but,it backfires on her arse because it is a risky proposition.
Jadunath Sarkar of India, wrote this about dhimmitude, the humiliating apartheid system imposed upon non-Muslims under Islamic rule: The conversion of the entire population to Islam and the extinction of every form of dissent is the ideal of the Muslim State. If any infidel is suffered to exist in the community, it is as a necessary evil, and for a transitional period only. A non-Muslim therefore cannot be a citizen of the State; he is a member of a depressed class; his status is a modified form of slavery. He lives under a contract (dhimma) with the State.In short, his continued existence in the State after the conquest of his country by the Muslims is conditional upon his person and property made subservient to the cause of Islam. This “modified form of slavery is now frequently referred to as the pinnacle of tolerance. If the semi-slaves rebel against this system and desire equal rights and self-determination, Jihad resumes. This happened with the Christian subjects of the Ottoman Empire, who were repressed with massacres.
The history of enslaved peoples is the same everywhere, or rather, they have no history. The years, the centuries pass without bringing any change to their situation. Generations come and go in silence. One might think they are afraid to awaken their masters, asleep alongside them. However, if we examine them closely we discover that this immobility is only superficial. A silent and constant agitation grips them. Life has entirely withdrawn into the heart.They resemble those rivers which have disappeared underground; if you put your ear to the earth, you can hear the muffled sound of their waters; then they re emerge intact a few leagues away. all these were a constant challenge to the instinct of survival and they defied every sense of human decency. Ninoy You are not alone!