• PDU30 is the right President at the right time

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    “It matters not how strait the gate,
    How charged with punishments the scroll, I am the master of my fate,
    I am the captain of my soul”
    –From Invictus by William Ernest Henley

    This is not an easy decision to make. It is not only surprising, it could be controversial. Since my life has always been colored by one controversy after another, I really don’t mind. One more controversy is nothing to cry about. Besides, one writer called me a maverick and a controversial man. I like the name because it defines me – now and always.

    During the presidential campaign, I wrote, based on what came from the irrepressible mouth of PDU30, that he was unfit to be President of our country – uncouth and vulgar language, behavior like that of a village bum or street corner bully, an uncivilized and ignorant person. Based on traditional standards, my judgment on DD was correct in describing him from what came out of his mouth. Any intelligent human being re-assesses his judgments or conclusion depending on changing circumstances. As they say, only fools don’t change their minds and I’m no fool.

    Extreme problems demand extreme solutions

    But my change in appreciation is not without lingering doubts since it is subject to a non-negotiable condition – PDU30 should stop the extra-judicial killings and hold answerable those who committed the murders. One cannot proclaim with the left hand that he loves the poor and powerless and kills them with his right hand. It is an unacceptable contradiction – one must choose one or the other.

    Who am I to make such a condition when I am nothing in the current political equation? Well, a citizen is important in the power game. Why? The beginning of national changes or the toppling of governments originates from the mind of one citizen. Did not Thomas Jefferson write the American Declaration of Independence? Of course he did.

    Is it not that his single solitary mind produced this ineluctable truth stating: “We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that, to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness”?

    The American Declaration of Independence has become the basis of strategic democratic provisions of many constitutions. The Philippines is one of those democratic countries influenced by this historic document when the following provision was imbedded in Section 1, Article II of the Constitution, thus:” The Philippines is a democratic and republican State. Sovereignty resides in the people and all government authority emanates from them.”

    The citizens of this country toppled Marcos and Estrada. That is how powerful the citizens of this country are. They can topple a government based on constitutional grounds. They can also build a country with the leaders of their choice and they don’t have to go through elections to put in place their chosen leaders.
    So it is in this spirit that I express my views.

    During the campaign and now

    When I heard that DD was running for President, I thought it was a joke. When I heard many things from his undisciplined mouth during the campaign, I thought the joker was wild and he was a fraud – unfit to be President. I have been listening to him from his inaugural speech to his speech before the Fifth Infantry Division in Cagayan de Oro City, I am afraid that I have rethought my previous assessment of the man.

    In my current view, PDU30 is serious about national reforms. He is intense and the language can be excused because they pale into insignificance in the light of his noble objectives. More than any President after Marcos, he has shaken the foundations of many of our traditional views and institutions – very revolutionary indeed, even if the institutions have not as yet been dismantled. In time though, they must be dismantled and demolished.

    It is not easy for anyone to get my agreement to a particular view or idea because I do not care what the world thinks of me. All I care about, in my work and writings, is to do what is good and right for God and country. Why God and country? If you do right for God and country they cannot repudiate you. You retain their continuing love and affection. But people? They are the continuing sources of ingratitude. I should know, I have met many ungrateful SOBs in my journey in this country – from Presidents to friends and clients.

    Some of them are dead, many of them are still alive. But I don’t take umbrage at the ungrateful ones; this is the law of life in this country. And I damn don’t care about their ingratitude. They can rot in hell or enjoy the blessings of heaven, for all I care.

    The row with the chief justice

    The row between PDU30 and CJ Sereno has tremendous possibilities for a constitutional crisis. But the whole damn thing is a product of misunderstanding. Every citizen, and the CJ is a citizen, has a right to ventilate her views to the President. Since CJ Sereno comes from the UP College of Law, I am sure that the letter was not intended to insult the President. It was a private communication. It was not meant to be publicized in media.

    CJ Sereno is correct in saying that the judges should be administratively investigated by the Supreme Court. PDU30 is also correct in holding that since the report involves violation of our criminal laws they should be investigated by the investigative agencies of government – the police and the agencies of the Department of Justice. Each department of government should perform its own functions. They should do their respective jobs because useless debates are like holes in the head. They lead to nowhere except mischief and serious troubles, which do not benefit the country.

    I do admire this move of the President to tell everyone that there is finally a President who could put these arrogant judges in the right places. Nobody is beyond the pale of the law when the laws are violated – judges, justices, congressmen, senators, governors, generals, mayors, members of the cabinet, moguls, oligarchs. We should all be grateful to PDU30 with this message that those who define and render decisions should not act as though they are untouchables.

    CJ Sereno should take this in mind and in stride. She should know now we have a President who knows his onions and has the balls to do what he threatens to do.

    Martial Law would be a mistake

    PDU30 should learn a lesson from President Marcos. FM declared Martial Law. It was a very serious mistake and it proved to be his undoing. Why? Martial Law does not allow Presidents to reshape Philippine society and institutions. The only constitutional power that is allowed with the declaration of Martial Law is to repel, pursue and destroy the rebels or invaders, “when public safety requires it.” But it is not necessary to declare Martial Law as it is the duty of the President to repel and destroy the rebels or invaders without the need for Martial Law. The suspension of the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus is not automatic with the declaration of Martial Law. As a matter of fact, the President has to make a choice between declaring Martial Law or suspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus.

    Civilian authority continues to function – Congress, the courts and other institutions of government. These institutions cannot be reoriented and reshaped. They are impediments to revolutionary solutions to our problems. As a matter of fact, these are the institutions, together with their officials, who constitute our problems – graft and corruption in epidemic proportions.

    More than during the time of Marcos, Martial Law now has constitutional limits that make the President beholden to Congress – congressmen and senators, many of whom deserve to be in jail or executed, if the death penalty is restored. The President is not only beholden to Congress but also to the Supreme Court.

    Why? Under section 17, with six paragraphs, Article VII of the Constitution, the limits are daunting. This is obvious because this provision is the extreme reaction to Marcos’ Martial Law. Note very well the limits. In paragraph one, the President may suspend the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus or declare Martial Law for the whole country or part thereof for a period not exceeding 60 days; within 48 hours of the proclamation, the President should report to Congress in person or in writing; Congress in joint session, regular or special, may revoke such proclamation by at least a majority of all the members of Congress; and once revoked the President cannot set it aside.

    Paragraph two provides that, if Congress is not in session, within 24 hours from the proclamation, it shall convene without benefit of a call. Paragraph three provides that any citizen may file the appropriate action before the Supreme Court questioning the factual basis of the proclamation and the Court shall promulgate its decision within 30 days from filing. Paragraph four clearly provides that Martial Law “does not suspend the operations of the Constitution, nor supplant the functioning of the civil courts or legislative assemblies, nor authorize conferment of jurisdiction on military courts and agencies where civilian courts are able to function, nor automatically suspend the privilege of the writ.”

    Paragraph five provides that “the suspension of the writ shall apply only to persons judicially charged for rebellion or offenses inherently in or directly connected with invasion.” Paragraph six provides that “during the suspension of the writ, any person thus arrested or detained shall be judicially charged within three days, otherwise he shall be released.”

    Declaration of Martial Law is not the solution to the problems of drugs, graft and corruption, the oligarchs, the senators and congressmen, the justices and judges, the crooks and corrupt, the criminals, foreign interference and what have you. It cannot be an instrument to build a new order, reform society, rebuild a country and bring better lives for our people.
    So what is the solution?

    Establish a revolutionary government

    The solution is plain and simple – establish a revolutionary government or to please those who are squeamish about doing away, constitutionally, the rule of the current powerful elements, constitute a constitutional transition government, as I have suggested over and over again without let-up since I started a column in The Manila Times.

    Why? By establishing a revolutionary or constitutional transition government, you get rid of all the impediments presented by the drug lords, smugglers, economic saboteurs, criminals, Congress, Supreme Court, oligarchs and all existing institutions. Why is that?

    When you organize a revolutionary or constitutional transition government, the government is the law and the leader or the leaders are the lawgivers. There are definitive limits to such a government – vision, human values, commitment to God and country, discipline, integrity and conscience.

    This is the only way to bring better lives to our people where equality, freedom and justice prevail. It has been long in coming.

    PDU30 was correct when he declared during the campaign that the moment he gets to be President he will declare and organize a revolutionary government. He became President but he has retreated from this commitment. I was greatly disappointed. Maybe he has not forgotten. Maybe he is biding his time. But he cannot wait too long. The opportunity is here. He must grab it by the forelock. The time is now so as not to give the counter-revolutionaries a chance to regroup and make their move first. A timely reminder from William Shakespeare, the same reminder I gave to General Angelo “Angie” in the presence of Generals Abenina amd Abat with Commodore Apari, when Angie told our group that he would cross his bridge when he came to it and I replied: “You know General, as William Shakespeare once said, ‘in the plains of hesitation bleached the bones of countless millions.’ So cross the bridge in your mind now so that when you come to that actual bridge, you will not hesitate. I hate to see your bones bleached with the countless millions.” The rest is history.

    With this reminder, I hope PDU30 listens. As I keep on saying since the days of President Cory, who was averse to unsolicited advice, the best advice to a President or any person is an unsolicited advice – given without motive except love of God and country.

    The right man at the right moment

    If PDU30 keeps his present course, minus the unjustified extra-judicial killings, he might just become a great President, not for himself but for God and country. With his determined efforts to pursue worthwhile goals and objectives, he cannot afford to fail. What a legacy that would be!

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    1. Julius Tolentino on

      It is yet timely indeed that PD30 was elected and I guess even before his term started, the oppositions have thought about their own game plan and what if’s in the event that PD30 wins. Knowing DD, he already has everything in placed and planned accordingly and it is just a game of minds at the moment where everything will soon fall into place according to Gods’s perfect plan.

    2. I admire your legal expertise and love of our country! We pray that President Digong and his advisers will see the wisdom of enforcing revolutionary government to clear all obstacles as effective way for the transition government to get rid of lawless drug syndicates,illegal drug pushers,drug lords and their protectors. Get rid or confiscates all illegal firearms of the terrorists,IS,ASG,Rebels,treasonous officials and fake nationalist posturing as makabayan. Im inspired to pray and love our nation as I read your column. We hope and pray that the young lawyers and youth will catch your patriotism. We hope that those promoting reforms from the Legislative,and Executive branch of the government as well as those in the Judiciary and Local government Units wiil catch the Noble cause of patriotism in order to see our nation be set free from bondage of corruption,injustices, bribery,lawlessnes,extortion,poverty,greed. We pray that the prime movers of reform will base their decisions on justice,righteousness,national interest protection and impeccable love of our nation! God Bless and protect our Nation! Proverbs 14:34;29:2; 2 Chronicles 7:14.

    3. this column is heaven sent! a must read for the political advisers of PD. this column really makes sense and brilliant!

    4. Yep, it’s understandable, uso naman ngayon ang sipsipan, palit ulo, dahil baka mapagbintangan pa na may connection sa mga ‘pusher’ o ‘adik’ at mapasama pa sa listahan.

    5. ang gusto laang naman ……na kung pede wa na foul/garbage-mouth tsaka wa arrogante medyo pino ng kunti….kasi pede naman maging tough and strong…inde pa gagayahin ng mga bata at magiging ehemplo pa…..at pede po ba PDU30 pakisabi sa bayan wag na magkalat at sumunod na sa batas trapiko………..pero wag magmu__ra :)

    6. Finally, I read a comment about our president truly came from a right and independent mind. Your opinion is without bias. A true journalist worth following.

    7. I agree.

      PRRD should declare a revolutionary government soonest.

      1. Declare all government positions in the executive, legislative and judiciary vacant.
      2. Incumbent officials and employees including justices and judges and LGU officials shall hold office in holdover capacity until replaced.
      3. Congress shall be transformed into a unicameral body comprised of the duly elected congressmen and senators. The party list system shall be abolished.
      4. Impose death penalty on all those convicted of heinous crimes including the drug lords.
      5. Immediately, undesirable BIR and BOC employees must be replaced to maximise tax collection and trade facilitation.
      6. Create a constitutional commission to revise the present charter, call a plebiscite for the purpose and implement the new constitution accordingly.

    8. I agree absolutely.

      On August 10, 2016 I posted this comment at PDI regarding the threat of PRRD to declare martial law.

      “PRRD should declare a revolutionary government soonest.

      1. Declare all government positions in the executive, legislative and judiciary vacant.
      2. Incumbent officials and employees including justices and judges and LGU officials shall hold office in holdover capacity until replaced.
      3. Congress shall be transformed into a unicameral body comprised of the duly elected congressmen and senators. The party list system shall be abolished.
      4. Impose death penalty on all those convicted of heinous crimes including the drug lords.
      5. Immediately, undesirable BIR and BOC employees must be replaced to maximise tax collection and trade facilitation.
      6. Create a constitutional commission to revise the present charter, call a plebiscite for the purpose and implement the new constitution accordingly.”

    9. Daghang Salamat! Mabuhay! Kana ang Bono sa Mindanao Alliance kaniadto nga waa mosibog sa mga pag pang hulga ning Macoy! I was right, you’ll get to understand and appreciate DU30, waa lang jud kang maanad sa mga left & right nga ‘pamalikas’ apan diha baya’y tumong Bon ag mga pagmumura. Diba? Revolutionary government it is! Join in, aron completo mong tulo ning Nene ug Ruben, homana ang inyong mga nasugdan alang sa nasod ug Filipino. Waa jud masayop ang nag tawag nga ang Mindanao: the Land of Promise.

    10. SUPORTA AT COOPERATION LANG ANG MAKAKATULONG KAY PDU30

      Lalu’t lalo na sa Media People

    11. I totally agree that Pres. Duterte MUST declare a revolutionary government, but I hope he drops that hare-brained idea called federalism because he will just be playing into the hands of Western powers who want to balkanize our country. Our system of government must make the BARANGAY its centerpiece and foundation, making our system uniquely Filipino and not a bastardized version of a western model. After 500 years, its about time we admit that western models will never work here.

    12. It is a wisdom that must be shared. Truly, the only way to really win against the drug war and extreme corruption is to win now, fast. That could be possible with revolutionary government. When the President said he will declare Marital Law, it is only an exageration. He knows there are limits by the constitution on declaration of such. For me, it is a warning that he will exercise his option he so said during the campaign. However, ti must be clear that the power will be supported by the majority of citizens, and that the lower or special courts will still function as a resort for those unjustly treated by authorities or by employers or agents of the government. This is the time for decision, the other side will soon regroup and build their own offensive. PRRD is in advantage. go for it; he love this country.

      • I agree with you 110%. He is the only president on this world has no fear and determination to crush these menace and no other options and no other equation, formulas to fast track, very immediate and urgent needs solutions. His first announcement of the 5 generals involve in the drugs trades proves he don’t fear any. The wide spread of drugs and involvement of highest govt officials e.g. judges, national & locals officials, police & military is a big shame…..and more will be announced soon, our country has a washed with ocean of drugs to the very least corner of the community…what the heck is going around? very very terrible situations…..will support the president’s causes and pray for the protection of his life and to all the police and military and his govt.

    13. “I am not afraid of an army of lions led by a sheep; I am afraid of an army of sheep led by a lion.”

      Quote by:
      Alexander the Great

    14. In my opinion, Duterte is an average lawyer with a foul mouth. The big difference is he knows how to run this nation. He has the political will. Hie is not afraid of the United States, Catholic Church, Drug Lords Drug users, Corrupt policemen and even the corrupt Supreme Court and corrupt judges. He is like Che Guevara and Fidel Castro rolled into one. The ultimate revolutionary. No Sacred Cow even the powerful oligarch Rodolfo Onpin. I hope and pray that he can finish his term and change this corrupt nation.

      • “””Hoping the blessings be with him and his team (minus one ..not all of them are with him)… praying may he knows SOON ..where is the toxic fumes coming from …”””

    15. I am with you Mr. Adaza Sir and hoping that the president will glance and read your writing and heed your unsolicited advice. I for one was also flabbergasted when I heard the president for the first time during his compaign. The used of foul languages is not the quality of a person we are looking for to be our president but there he is strong and love by the people. Now after all what I saw and heard about his dreams and for the love of his country my fear is we may miss the opportunity of uniting and unifying our fragmented society if he will not declare and organize a revolutionary government.

    16. Worried Investor on

      Duterte is moving mountains, but mostly in the wrong direction, and by now there must be many of the old families that control most of the wealth on the Philippines who are unhappy with his actions. He is unlikely to serve his full term because:
      a) he is shutting down mining in the Philippines, blaming large miners although small scale indigenous miners do the most damage;
      b) internationally, the Philippines is scaring the hell out of capital, and investment from abroad is grinding to a halt. Investment decisions are not made in Manila, but in the board rooms of New York, Toronto, Sydney, Beijing, and those places are pausing now, waiting and seeing what comes next.
      Traditional revenue earners have been repatriations, tourism, housing, agriculture and mining. With Duterte’s actions, tourism will slow slightly, mining investment will cease entirely, agriculture will grow, and housing will be steady.
      The pending cancellation of the Tampakan project by the radical Secretary of he DENR and her puppet Leo Jasareno is absurd beyond description – she prefers agriculture, she says, but she is cancelling a US$6 Billion income earner for a few million earned by agriculture! There is no way that the money behind the throne will tolerate this betrayal of the people, all of whom would benefit from the taxes and royalties and community payments that would be about US$2.5 Billion plus massive employment in Mindanao.
      Will Duterte be impeached? Probably. It will be interesting to watch this play out.

      • Iyan ang panakot ng mga investors- kuno, (na greedy opportunists lang pala sa totoo.).

        Kanino naman mapupunta yang billion billion na yan, baka sa iilan lang, malayong mangyari na mapunta sa tunay na gumagawa at tinatamaan ng side-effects nito.

        Kaya dalawang sides meron dito. Basta’t ang guiding principle sa ginagawa ng gobyerno ngayon, ay ang nararapat ay siyang gawin. Pag maymali man, itama lang kaagad, at hindi takot na umamin na mali tayo – at dyan sa humility at honesty na yan, makikita natin kung sino ang tunay na leader, na pwede nating pagkatiwalaan.

        At huwag nating gamitin ang decision ng mga taga New York at London, etc kuno, blindly, para sa pamamalakad ng economiya natin.

      • Typical capitalist schmuck!

        All you ever think about is MONEY MONEY MONEY!

        DU30 will demolish the establishment for good!

      • Mr. Worried Investor, have you seen that lead, nickel floating on see as presented by Ms. Lopez. I do not think small miners can do that.
        how about that virgin forests bulldozed in the Palawan,can`t be small miners do that too.
        You are a leech man… if you are a pinoy I`m ashmed of you, Mr. duterte is not moving in a wrong direction… and it will be a big chaos in phil. if he will be empeached.

      • Nice to know that all of what you said are baseless and fictional otherwise most who didn’t know the current status of our economic growth will believe you. Nice try though.

      • Your analysis of the current situation favors the mining industry. They have been in the business for so long and Philippines remains a third world country. What our country needs is correct implementation of our laws. Correcting lawlessness must start from somewhere. I am proud of Gina Lopez for taking such a strong stand against illegal mining. Anything illegal must be stopped. The president is correct in his assessment and understanding of the present problems of our country. The law of the land is must be followed regardless, rich or poor.

    17. I enjoy reading Mr. Adaza’s posts, just purchased the book From Marcos to Arroyo, and I need to wait to have it printed, but that’s ok. Unfortunately, it’s not Audible does not have it. Mr. Adaza, if you read commentaries, please consider working on audio books for all ages about PH political history.

    18. Yes! I actually agree with what the author have said. If I am not mistaken, this is also the very word of P-Duts when he was still campaigning “I will establish a REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT” to bring justice, order and correct the rotten government and amending the constitution to give way for Economic Reform, Evolving Federalism and shifting to Parliamentary System of Government.

      “ESTABLISH A “REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT” WILL BE THE CORRECT DECISION FOR P-DUTS INSTEAD OF DECLARING MATERIAL LAW.

      The solution is plain and simple – establish a revolutionary government or to please those who are squeamish about doing away, constitutionally, the rule of the current powerful elements, constitute a constitutional transition government, as I have suggested over and over again without let-up since I started a column in The Manila Times.

      Why? By establishing a revolutionary or constitutional transition government, you get rid of all the impediments presented by the drug lords, smugglers, economic saboteurs, criminals, Congress, Supreme Court, oligarchs and all existing institutions. Why is that?

      When you organize a revolutionary or constitutional transition government, the government is the law and the leader or the leaders are the lawgivers. There are definitive limits to such a government – vision, human values, commitment to God and country, discipline, integrity and conscience.

      This is the only way to bring better lives to our people where equality, freedom and justice prevail. It has been long in coming.

      PDU30 was correct when he declared during the campaign that the moment he gets to be President he will declare and organize a revolutionary government. He became President but he has retreated from this commitment. I was greatly disappointed. Maybe he has not forgotten. Maybe he is biding his time. But he cannot wait too long. The opportunity is here. He must grab it by the forelock. The time is now so as not to give the counter-revolutionaries a chance to regroup and make their move first. A timely reminder from William Shakespeare, the same reminder I gave to General Angelo “Angie” in the presence of Generals Abenina amd Abat with Commodore Apari, when Angie told our group that he would cross his bridge when he came to it and I replied: “You know General, as William Shakespeare once said, ‘in the plains of hesitation bleached the bones of countless millions.’ So cross the bridge in your mind now so that when you come to that actual bridge, you will not hesitate. I hate to see your bones bleached with the countless millions.” The rest is history.

      With this reminder, I hope PDU30 listens. As I keep on saying since the days of President Cory, who was averse to unsolicited advice, the best advice to a President or any person is an unsolicited advice – given without motive except love of God and country.

      link:
      http://www.manilatimes.net/pdu30-is-the-right-president-at-the-right-time/279585/

    19. Bono you did an about face on DU30. Majority is with him on his crusade on drugs that was not taken cared of by the previous administrations. It is a big question mark why is that so.

      I believe in what DU30 is doing. To strengthen and lessen his burden on crimes he need help from the Filipino who love the Country as he does.

      I believe in you too. You are from MINDANAO! I want to see you with other MINDANAOANS to take over the administration of the government. Give your unsolicited advise as you have the opportunity. It will be your humble contribution.

      We in the sideline knows what you do and who you are and other good Mindanoans.

      There are other things to be corrected and needs to be attended between the Judiciary and the Presidency. The Judges that were supplied by the he Intelligence to
      DU30 involved on Drugs. There should be a law on that.

      It is undeniable that the prisons are no longer enough to jail criminals since DU30 took over. Politicians, Judges, from Police Generals to the lowest police official are in the list of the Intelligence involved on drugs.

      I wish all the human right advocate will understand at with gravity of the drug problem
      to let DU30 do his job for 60 days for the good of the country.

      I hope the MNLF, MILF and the Communist will have peace with the Government. They have been fighting ever since until now that they got old and does not enjoy peace.

      Please do not stop writing good unsolicited advice.

    20. Bono, did you not watch the Senate’s investigation wherein Gen. Angie Reyes asked his detractor whether he (Gen. Reyes) was “swapang”? Didn’t you still understand what that question implied?

    21. Amen to that.

      Sir, konting paliwanag pa sa aming mga ordinaryong Pilipino, bakit po hindi ito masama, hindi ito nakakatakot, at wala namang talagang maiiwanan, at yong mayayaman medyo mabawasan lang naman ang mapupunta sa kanila, pero hindi naman sila magiging kapos, at hindi ito imposibling gawin. Bigyan ng pagkakataong maging matino ang nasa gobyerno, basta kasali tayo lahat papunta sa isang dereksyon, itayo natin ang “tahanan ng ating lahi”. At sikapin nating maiayos ang buhay ng nakararami, matuto ng disiplina, huwag sakim, huwag tamad, tanggapin ang kahinaan at gawan ito ng paraang maitama, at baka sakali magkaroon tayo sa huli ng kakayahang makipagsabayan sa ibang bansa.

      Huwag nating iwaldas ang resources natin, huwag natin ipanakaw ito, gamitin natin ito sa tama at pinakamabisa at efficient na pamamaraan. Ibig sabihin nakabantay tayo palagi at nag aaral. Kalimutan natin ang kultura ng consumerism na pino-promote ng mga negosyante, masamang media at edukasyon natin….sa ngayon masama sa atin ang mga iyon, dahil kailangan natin mag nakaw magkaroon lang ng ganong mga bagay.

      Konting pahayag pa galing sa responsible media, baka may mangyari ng pagbabagong totoo.