philippines: topped iraq

Philippines
November 25, 2009 6:46pm CST
What can you say about the Philippines topping Iraq and the rest of the world for being the most dangerous country for media men. This is really not a good thing to have. Imagine, topping the Iraqi nation, considering that Iraq is in a chaotic state as of now. What have become of our nation? The Maguindanao Massacre have put the country in its, yet another, shame. What are these people thinking? That they can do whatever they can, up to the extent of killing men and women just because they decided to fight against them? I could say something more about this, but because I am busy right now at my work, I'll reserve them for the moment. What can you say about this?
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@borg_queen (2535)
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
This is a distraction. If look at the news I think last week, the Senate is planning yet again to investigate Gloria. The same thing happened in June 2007. GMA is about to be investigated, Greenbelt explosion. The supposed investigation was forgotten. Same thing in July of last year. An investigation was forgotten yet again because of the MOA with MILF. And now this. The Philippines is one massive NWO country.
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• Philippines
26 Nov 09
If this is a distraction, then enough is enough. They have killed many people already. Don't they believe in God anymore? They are powerful now in this lifetime but haven't they thought of the last judgment?
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
You should really do your research on the NWO. The Illuminati, Rothschild and Rockefeller banking cartels, Freemasonry, etc. These people run the world. They will stop at nothing to achieve their goals.
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• Philippines
27 Nov 09
Hi borg_queen! What is NWO?
@jlamela (4909)
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
That's sounds very appalling and disturbing. It is true that there are number of media personalities already slain in the Philippines, personalities who were very outspoken in criticizing corrupt, malicious politicians. This is very alarming and the government should make actions to this before our country will put in an uncomfortable situation abroad for having the dirtiest image when it comes to freedom of expression.
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• Philippines
26 Nov 09
Press freedom is very important to any "democratic" country. They say this country's type of government is "democratic", then why this? Even the innocent media men were not spared from the hands of the killers. They were just there to cover the news, nothing more, and nothing less.
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@angelajoy (1839)
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
Those journalists are just collateral damage to those murderers. I've seen this kind of thing happen. It's so horrible. Why do some people don't have a conscience? They don't have feelings at all. Having feelings is something that I think people should learn, so we need to teach our children to have compassion and love for others.
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• Philippines
26 Nov 09
Collateral damage or not, I hope the killers will rot in hell.
@danitykane (3192)
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
It's really crazy! I am so sad.....really sad about it. It is hard to imagine how it happened. I am not really thinking about us being the most dangerous country for media men but more of those lives that were lost. I cannot blame International media to tag us that (dangerous) for it is really insane and it is so crazy that such thing happened in here. We do know how our election has been but not as severe as we have right now. Knowing it only happened on a very small community in Maguindanao, it affect our whole nation even the rest of the world. I am so sad... I just hope and pray for peace and unity in our nation... and may God guide us through.
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
If that's the case, I want to make a plea to the citizens of Maguindanao to not vote to any relatives of the suspected elected official. It is not wise to vote them again in power, ever.
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@angelajoy (1839)
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
Yes, I wouldn't want those politicians to win either. But I think many people will be afraid to not vote for those killers because there might be bad consequences for them. What can be done here? The government really has to do something about this.
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• Philippines
26 Nov 09
I'm not convince that if the government do something, it would end and solve the killings in Maguindanao. I don't trust in the government, really. Especially if the one who will do the solving are those that cuddle criminals, cheat in the elections, and do stuffs that are unfair.
@rsa101 (14893)
• Quezon City, Philippines
26 Nov 09
Yes that is really true. Killing 50+ people in one day and about a bunch of mediamen, civilians, and even women(one of them is even pregnant) is just really gruesome and very inhumane. I really think that these people are not really human anymore and thinks like animals already. This should not be allowed in our so called "civil society".
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
And to think that the suspects and the names that keeps popping-up are elected officials of that province. And even an ally in politics of the current president. Is that why they are very aggressive to their political opponents? It is just an elective position, for crying out loud. One can think that they are really ready to kill to whoever wants to oppose in their leadership.
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@rsa101 (14893)
• Quezon City, Philippines
26 Nov 09
Yes the backhoe that was even used in digging up and burying of the bodies bore the mark of the provincial government of Maguindanao. I think its pure greediness that exist in the blood of this people.
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• Philippines
27 Nov 09
what can i say? Philippines always sets world record. We have everything, good and bad setting world records. It is very shameful at times to be a filipino, nevertheless lets be proud of the good things we have and lets do our best as a nation to rebuild the image we wanted for our beloved philippines.
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• Philippines
28 Nov 09
Yeah. I agree on what you said. It is difficult for us to really concentrate on the good things when all of a sudden there would be bad things that happen in our country. Not only bad thing, but a really bad thing for that matter. Up to the extent of staging our country to the world.
• Philippines
26 Nov 09
I heard that in the news and it is very frustrating. All of us are still in shock about this news. It sad that thing has to happen just because of other people's greed over power. Who would ever think that this massacre can be done in just one day!
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• Philippines
27 Nov 09
And to some innocent men and women too at that matter. Some are just passing through in that way. They don't even have any clue on what's happening there. They were killed too.