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    May pag-asa pa ba tayo?

    May pag-asa pa ba ang Pilipinas para umunlad at maging isang Singapore kunware? Simula sa kagawad hanggang presidente corrupt. May mga pailan-ilan na lumalaban sa corruption pero di hamak na mas madameng corrupt. Ang mga politiko. Walang vision. Mi ultimong pagplano ng Metro Manila palpak. Pumunta ka sa mga ahensya ng gobyerno at siguradong mahihirapan ka dahil bulok ang sistema. Laganap ang krimen. Hinde na lang sa Tondo hinde safe ngayon. Lahat ng lugar hindi na safe.

    Napagisip-isip ko ano ba solusyon? May nabasa ako sa dyaryo na kelangan ng Limang sunod-sunod na matitinong presidente para maiahon ang Pilipinas. Imposible ata mangyare na magkaron ng matinong presidente.

    Isang military junta? Gusto ko sana ang idea na to. Tipong kamay na bakal. Lilinisin ang lahat ng kaguluhan at kapalpakan naten pero masyadong prone sa abuse. Baka maging North Korea pa tayo.

    Sa eleksyon na to. Naniniwala akong si Bayani Fernando ang may pinakamalakas na Political will para ayusin ang Piipinas. Pero kahit anong gawen nia hindi yan mananalo. Noynoy? di ako bilib sa record niya. Chiz, anak mayaman. Baka may interes? Gibo, parang kay chiz na ren..

    Di ko masisisisi ang mga nagsisi-ibang bansa para dun na tumira. Kayo sa tingen nyo may pag-asa pa ba tayo?

    Isang kabataan lang po na mahirap ang pamilya. Just thinking out loud.

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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?

    Habang may buhay ay may pag-asa. Pero ang tanong nasaan or kanino ang ating pag-asa? Madami ang pag-asa nila ay nasa pag-asa din or faith in faith. Dapat ang ating pag-asa ay may object.

    http://renewedpath.blogspot.com/2008...god-offer.html

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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?

    I'd like to say na may pag-asa pa tayo. But seeing that the reaction of the powers that be is to deny every time someone brings up the fact that corruption is rampant in the country, medyo I find things bleak to say the least. Hindi ba in any drug or alcohol withdrawal program the first step is for the person to accept the fact that he or she has a problem? Only when this occurs will progress take place. Unfortunately sa bayan natin, even this first step is close to impossible to occur.

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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?


    Hangga't may Pilipino na buong pusong nagmamahal sa bayang Pilipinas, may pag-asa pare.


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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?

    wala na siguro

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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?


    Meron naman. Pag-asa lang naman pala.

    Let me lower people's expectations about the coming election.

    China has been exhibiting double digit growth for the past two decades, yet it is still considered a poor nation based on per capita income. Now, China's long term growth prospect is in big trouble because they will eventually be forced to let the Yuan rise vs. the dollar and thus making it much harder for their goods to be sold to an already doomed American economy.

    In the meantime , 12% the Philippines GDP can be attributed to foreign remittances which are used mainly for consumption rather than savings nor capital formation. Where is our future in a globally deteriorating economy? Surely the export-oriented growth model of Asian Tigers is long dead. 1997 dead. The rising protectionism of fortress America and Europe is not helpful either.

    Where should we look for growth? Internal consumption and import substitution again.

    There is still hope. Hope for a Third World War and the world will rebuild anew. This time we might be able to take recall how we made good after the Second World War. Or not.

    :D

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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?

    Of course 'me pag asa. Ang tanong: Gaano kalaking pag asa? Para sa akin ..... maliit. Uunlad man tayo,' it will be not Singapore, but more like other Catholic countries like Brazil.

    Brazil is a country with a space program, and yet with millions of people living in slums. In other words, a country where there is a big gap between the rich and the poor, and a big population of poor people.

    As far as I am concerned, the country needs to do two things: Control the population growth rate, and continue to focus on improving the economy.

    The Catholic Church hates artificial birth control methods, hence this country has one of the highest population growth rates in Asia. Every year, two million people are being added to the population. People that will have to be educated, provided homes for and jobs in the future.

    Economic growth needs to be as high as possible year in and year out for it to keep up with the population growth. Even with a high economic growth, though, it will still take decades for this country to reach the level of, say, Thailand.

    Gloria has been able to keep the economic growth high, but has been unable to control the population growth rate.

    The next President has to be able to do both.

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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?


    ^^^

    And they have to do these two things in two decades just like China. One child policy and 10% annual growth for the next 20 years.

    May pag-asa pa naman.
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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Schortsanitis
    Of course 'me pag asa. Ang tanong: Gaano kalaking pag asa? Para sa akin ..... maliit. Uunlad man tayo,' it will be not Singapore, but more like other Catholic countries like Brazil.

    Brazil is a country with a space program, and yet with millions of people living in slums. In other words, a country where there is a big gap between the rich and the poor, and a big population of poor people.
    I beg to disagree. Brazil is one of the pillars of an emergent power bloc which includes China, India and Russia. BRIC is the term used for this group.

    Becoming the next Thailand or Vietnam is more appropriate. WE may not be at the bottom of the pyramid but for sure we are way behind the likes of India and Brazil. No contest. Not just in the economy, but even in intellectual and technological aspects.

    However, our western haughtiness and pretensions, ahhh, way ahead of the pack.

    Brazil is hosting the Summer Olympics after the UK. We are hosting the US Military in their perpetual global war against terror in the South Asian Region. :D
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    Re: May pag-asa pa ba tayo?

    a very jarring case -- small in the greater scheme of things -- but jarring nonetheless: the gunning-down of a young man behind the wheel, apparently by an ADB professional staff from the UK. the dead man is of no meager means either -- the son of a malacañang official. it will be interesting to see how this plays out, whether the philippine government can bring the full force of the law to bear on this foreigner who decided it'll be fun to join filipinos in their "wild, wild west" and shoot down some no-good hombre who so much as cuts into your lane.

    Vehicle in Palace exec son slay traced to British national
    11/20/2009 | 12:12 AM
    The vehicle used by the suspect in the killing of the son of a Malacañang official is in the name of a British national who works for the Asian Development Bank (ADB), police said Thursday.

    Quezon City police director Chief Superintendent Elmo San Diego said in a radio report that the vehicle used by the suspect in chasing Renato Ebarle Jr. just before he fatally shot the victim on Wednesday night is registered to a British national named Stephen Pollard.

    Police identified Pollard as a resident of Mandaluyong City who works for the ADB, according to the radio report,

    Investigators have already asked the ADB to turn over the British national for questioning about his possible involvement in the killing.

    read the rest of the article here: http://www.gmanews.tv/story/177398/v...itish-national
    ============================

    ironically, the ADB itself came out recently with an article calling attention to asia's having the highest number of road-related fatalities of any region in the world. little did they know that, perhaps, one of their own staff would help add to that frightening statistic.

    19 November 2009
    ADB Joins Global Effort to Reduce Mounting Death Toll on Roads
    MANILA, PHILIPPINES - A majority of the world's fatal traffic accidents occur in the Asia-Pacific region and concerted regional and country responses are needed to address the issue, Asian Development Bank (ADB) Vice-President Ursula Schaefer-Preuss said today.

    Speaking ahead of the first Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety – taking place 19-20 November in Moscow, Russia – Ms. Schaefer-Preuss cited recent World Health Organization (WHO) data showing that the Asia-Pacific region accounts for about 60% of global road deaths, despite having only 16% of the world's vehicles.

    "Asia's accident rates are among the world's highest, and with vehicle fleets in many countries expected to double every five to seven years, these numbers will continue to grow unless immediate action is taken," Ms. Schaefer-Preuss said.

    read the rest of the article here: http://www.adb.org/Media/Articles/20...oads-safeties/
    When a religious scheme is shattered (as Christianity was shattered at the Reformation), it is not merely the vices that are let loose. The vices are, indeed, let loose, and they wander and do damage. But the virtues are let loose also. - G.K.Chesterton, Orthodoxy
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