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Open Discussion #6: Knowledge is relative, but acts are exact

Einstein theorized that space and time are relative and it seems to me that knowledge is the same. Yet we act with absolute confidence that what we think is what is real. It isn’t. Knowledge says we are better with earnest, civil leaders, but we elect people who for sure do not represent the best … Continue reading

Drug War deaths – the insult after the injury

By Chemrock Media says bodies from the drug war in Philippines are piling up in funeral parlours and if anyone say this is fake news, this photo tells a thousand stories. It’s from a UK media. Someone should tell Senator Cayetano that foreign media has all along been present in Philippines, there is no need … Continue reading

Open Discussion #5: What are we looking for in a Federalism proposal?

Federalism is proposed by President Duterte as a solution to the nation’s enduring problems, able to cure everything from poverty to bad governance to infrastructure development by ending Imperial Manila’s claim to power, resources, and importance and thereby allowing the joyful, harmonious, and efficient regions to cut through all the crap. I’m reminded of the … Continue reading

Open Discussion #4: What do people think when a life is rolled away?

  There is no joy on the mean streets of Manila. What do you think the bystanders in this photograph are thinking? Feeling? I ask knowing that the answers reflect more the thoughts and emotions of you the reader than the people watching the departed soul roll away, never to be accounted for, never to … Continue reading

The AlDub Phenomenon Revisited

   By Wilfredo G. Villanueva Dear Sir Wilfredo G. Villanueva, I’ve read long ago your take on Aldub Phenomenon entitled “The Social Significance of Aldub” written on September 22, 2015. I am currently doing a study on the impact of the Aldub Phenomenon; An Assessment and I would like to seek your views now about … Continue reading