What would it be?

@edujccz (929)
Philippines
March 12, 2007 12:44am CST
If you want to contribute or change for the good of the country Philippines, What would it be. I ask this question since many of the things i've read are critism. Would you like to share and tell me why?
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7 responses
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
A change in the political system would be welcome. It has to go with changing corrupt politicians as well. However, who are these politicians? Really... A change in the mind set of some Filipinos would be good as well. There are some who rely on the government to live without pondering how they could help themselves.
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@edujccz (929)
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
First is politics, two is corrupt politicians and mind set of people. I like your choice which seems to be the ills of government and the people in the government are enjoying for in favor of them. The political system seems very strong at this point in time that they think they ae invinsible where as the people seems not to care anymore. Changing the mind set of people is the solution , but how?
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• Philippines
12 Mar 07
Education. I, for one, do not believe that you have to be a degree-holder to get "somewhere" and be financially stable - which is the answer to most of the Filipinos' problems. But education is one of the ways to make these people realize that they can do something to alleviate their situation and not leave everything up to the government.
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@edujccz (929)
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
All the politicians are highly educated , and who are the corrupt in the government? It looks like not education anymore but morality in life.. What can you say..
@juliefaye (1214)
• Philippines
15 Mar 07
Well, If i were to contribute for the good of our country, i think it's strengthening our moral values. Raising our kids with good moral values will somehow help a lot. We cannot change the rotten system in our govt unless we start from ourselves. Let's not blame others on the negatives, problems are all started in our household and ourselves.
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@edujccz (929)
• Philippines
15 Mar 07
I agree with you, Japan is the best example to that,making the country ss prosperous and they were noted for morality all over the world. If everyone will start it now, result can be observe in twenty years time. Thank you very much julie faye, God bless you
@juliefaye (1214)
• Philippines
15 Mar 07
really? I did'nt know that Japan is into that. somehow, they recovered from what they did to the moral of our oldies (comfort women) here. Thanks for sharing it..god bless u too..
@edujccz (929)
• Philippines
15 Mar 07
That is the past and they did paid for that, i understand they give reparation for it,one thing, did you notice , the japayukis are no longer famous because their government is doing something to stop this act too, the problem is, it is our filipinas who wish to work in japan just because of money and again not thinking of their moral value. I dont know if i am rigth, this is just my idea.
• Philippines
22 Mar 07
I do noticed that all of you noticed the Politics or the leader of the philippine government. And that is really the main problem of the country that's why Philippines cant go on bcoz of those corrupt gov't official. I hope and I wish that these people will make up their mind and think of the people around them.
@edujccz (929)
• Philippines
23 Mar 07
Today ,the budget of the philippines was approved , a trillion budget so far in history ,the senators and congressmen was afforded with 11 billions of pork barrel, no doubt why everybody wants to run that position to include their sons and daughters. But im still positive that they use it for the benefit of the people and not corruption with their relatives....
@g_aileen09 (1354)
• Philippines
22 Mar 07
I'll start with myself and will later on try to influence my family. We can never change things that are beyond our control. If we want changes, we must reflect on what we can manage to change for the better. If all Filipinos would think like this, there is nowhere to go for our beloved Philippines other than progress. What a beautiful country would ours be :) And I do believe everything is still possible for our beloved country.
@edujccz (929)
• Philippines
22 Mar 07
I like your thinking, and i wish every Filipino love the country, May God bless you
@jean_rose (416)
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
Criticizing the leaders is like barking at the moon...no matter how much noise we make, we won't be heard. I will be a law abiding citizen...I just hope everyone will be doing it.
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
Although it's kinda hard to change the Philippines with just one person, I guess li'l ol' me can make an itty-bitty difference with the itty-bitty things that I can do. 1. Our country is in too deep with a lot of problems especially with our so-called leaders. So this coming May 2007 elections, I'll make sure to vote for the right people. I just hope GMA & her henchmen wont be in for a major cheating spree. 2. I'll try to be a more responsible citizen by following traffic rules & regulations, not littering, and taking good care of public property. 3. I'll promote the beauty of our tourist spots to my foreign friends.
@edujccz (929)
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
Rigth, the country is in too deep the problem, although people love change but many few love that power struggle. In our simple way we follow rules and not to add up with the current situation of the philippines. Littered plastic everywhere are real eye sore.
@fake_you (391)
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
a change in our country's political and educational system should be first. everything else will follow. but, it could be just a wishful thinking. it can happen only in our dreams... our country's too invaded by evil people.
@edujccz (929)
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
Right, we can only do is wishful thinking for the educated person will not mingle to those who are ready to kill once you intervene.