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617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - The Chicken and The Eg... · 0 replies · +1 points

i agree with you on the point that to remove ethics isn't in the interest of the nation. i disagree on the ground that the norm is the unethical. It is patronage from the ground up. The system can't be cleansed because who is innocent to throw the first stone?

And i think you got my point. They and We may fail the ethics test, BUT the more important thing is really addressing the biggest issues: give our people the chance to earn a decent wage. give them jobs so they can have a fighting chance out of poverty. Build better roads. etc. etc. And then slowly through the years, we improve how the police investigate. we improve the speed by which our judges resolve cases.

617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - The Chicken and The Eg... · 1 reply · +1 points

Mutation is always good, imho. We should take it one step higher: clone the egg.

617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - Re-Imagining Capitalism · 0 replies · +1 points

thanks!

617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - Fortune Passes Everywhere · 0 replies · +1 points

thanks!

617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - Political commentary: ... · 0 replies · +3 points

While they never seem to run out of criticisms, they fail to realize that any criticism is only as good as the counter proposal it seeks to promote. Without that counter proposal – without that bright idea as to how things ought to be done – then, political commentary is nothing but huffing and puffing, a form of high brow entertainment, pseudo-intellectual masturbation or all of that.

indeed.

617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - Do You Remember Jun Lo... · 0 replies · +1 points

Political Bounty Hunter, huh?

617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - Do You Remember Jun Lo... · 0 replies · +1 points

i think there should be some sort of... "organized resistance". Which places are "vulnerable" for the taking. Is it better to take the House? Can it be done at all? How about the cities? Who do you field? No one is perfectly clean. What plan is there? these are the questions i think civil society fail to address. They're just angry. But there is no plan or no interest to do it themselves to fix things from the inside. That's just my impression.

617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - Do You Remember Jun Lo... · 0 replies · +1 points

Pampanga is a good place to start; it is a good example. it isn't perfect but the guy who won is much better than the alternative, wouldn't you say?

617 weeks ago @ Filipino Voices - Do You Remember Jun Lo... · 0 replies · +1 points

one thing is for sure... none of us are innocent.