Marcos opened the door, Harris stormed through, whats next?

Analysis and Opinion By Joe America Big nations push. Small nations are pushed. True independence is Cuba. Other nations are pushers, dancers, or beggars. The Philippines was a beggar under Duterte and is becoming a dancer under Marcos. Aquino was a dancer, and skilled at it. President Marcos opened the door to the US, Vice … Continue reading

PBBM, join the SCO already!

Analysis and Opinion By LCX The Shanghai Cooperation Organization is ascendant! And the Philippines has a big role to play in it. The Philippines can seize all the opportunities which were never opened to it by the West. The West will be jealous and worried and will entice it with more opportunities. So by the … Continue reading

Should the Philippines deal with Russia?

Analysis and Opinion By JoeAm Philippine President Marcos was interviewed by Bloomberg during his visit to New York. He said the Philippines was looking at dealing with Russia to help solve pressing energy and food needs. He said the domestic needs for these essentials were more important than the political engagement between Russia and Ukraine. … Continue reading

Who exactly is the Philippines defending against?

Analysis and Opinion By JoeAm Color me confused. I don’t know who the Philippines is defending against. Setting global warming aside for now, there seem to be four main forces attacking the nation and her interests. I hope the fourth one wakes DepEd up.   Muslim terrorists Peace with domestic Muslims has been pursued by … Continue reading

Amending the National Defense Act

Analysis and Opinion By Karl M. Garcia     The Vice President Elect and Concurrent Education Secretary wants to bring back ROTC and make it mandatory for Senior High School students. President Marcos reiterated this in his SONA. Now we have House Bill No 11 or the National Defense Act Bill refiled by four congressmen. The bill has a provision for Mandatory Military service with its registration … Continue reading