MATTHEW 21:30 tells The Parable of the Two Sons which Jesus told the Pharisees. A man went to one son and told him to go to the vineyard and do some work. This son answered “I will not” but afterward he regretted it and went to do his father’s bidding. The man approached the second son to give the same order and this son answered, “Yes, sir, I will,” but he did not go. Jesus then asked the Pharisees, “Which of the two did the will of his father?” They said, “The first.” And Jesus said to them, “Truly I say to you that the tax collectors and prostitutes will get into the kingdom of God before you.…”
Our Lord spoke harshly to the Pharisees whom he knew to be hypocrites and liars—just like President BS Aquino and his collaborators in destroying the rule of law and the concept of morals and ethics.
Hypocrites are they who try to make you think they are upright and moral people, proclaiming that they are reforming our society and the government by treading the “Tuwid na Daan” (the Righteous and Straight Path) but in reality are liars and doers of corruption. They are like devils and the son who says “Yes, sir, I will” but did not do his father’s will.
Yesterday the European Union’s Ambassador Guy Ledoux called on the Philippines to strengthen its justice system to sustain its economic growth, alleviate poverty and to protect human rights. Mr. Ledoux spoke at the launching in Quezon City of the Justice Zone, an initiative of the Justice Sector Coordinating Council (JSCC), whose aim is to reform the judicial system by, among other things, shortening legal proceedings in our country by half.
Ambassador Ledoux said reforming our justice system needs honest analysis of the problems and confronting — not denying—the realities on the ground. He also called for accountability and made several other recommendations.
Because QC has the biggest residential population and accounts for a solid 5% of the entire country’s total of court cases, it was made the Justice Zone pilot area.
Expectedly the Palace’s response to this initiative was utter hypocrisy.
Through Deputy Spokesperson for the President Abigail Valte, Malacañang said it welcomes any move that improves or reforms the country’s justice system for the benefit of the people.
“The President has always held out judicial reform as one of the pillars of his platform. And, of course, we welcome any development that would strengthen the justice system and, in fact, one of the major actions of the President has always been to support judicial reforms,” Valte said over told dzRB Radyo ng Bayan.
So that is why, among many other acts to emasculate the justice system and the judiciary:
President Aquino bribed the entire Congress to ensure the impeachment and ouster of former Chief Justice Renato Corona.
He has ignored Supreme Court decisions declaring the pork barrel and his and DBM Secretary Florencio Abad’s invention of the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) as illegal and unconstitutional.
He has redefined “savings” and renamed pork-barrel lump sum funds in the 2015 General Appropriations Act to legitimize his illegal and unconstitutional acts.
Agreeing with Ambassador Ledoux, the Palace speaks like the devil and the hypocrites the Lord Jesus condemned.