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Ang Pilipinas...tinitingala noon, inaalipusta ngayon....nirerespeto noon, inaabuso ngayon

Ang Pilipinas
…tinitingala noon, inaalipusta ngayon
…nirerespeto noon, inaabuso ngayon

Ni Apolinario Villalobos

Noong panahon ni Diosdado Macapagal, kinilala ang Pilipinas bilang isa sa mga nangunguna sa pag-export ng mga produktong tulad ng tabako, asukal, mga hibla ng abaca at pati lubid na yari dito, at lalong kilala dahil sa mataas na uri ng bigas na ini-export din. 929 more words

Apolinario Villalobos

Letter: So blessed to have found a home in Canada

I thank my lucky stars I ended up in Canada rather than in some Arab country where most Filipino labourers go to eke out a living.  336 more words

Quebec

#Throwback: The GOCC privatization

After the EDSA Revolution in 1986, when the Marcoses was ousted in power, and Cory Aquino assumed the presidency, the privatization was started in the Philippines (together with the International Monetary Fund-World Bank, although Marcos approves of that before his ouster in 1986). 327 more words

Philippines

Counting My Blessings

By: Ribomapil “Dodong” E. Holganza

My late uncle, Tiyo Dodong, died last  January 25. He was a proud and principled man who was incarcerated for 3 years during Marcos’ martial law era. 1,234 more words

Advocacies

One more time?

LUMABAS SA isang malaking pahayagan ang isang buong pahina na palatastas na ang pamagat ay “one more time!” Ito ay nagsasaad ng isang pagpapahayag ng damdamin at sentimyento umano ng mga Pilipinong nagnanais na palawigin pa ang termino ni Pangulong Noynoy Aquino. 7 more words

News

PRESIDENT AQUINO’S DILEMMA – KIN OR COUNTRY?

Pinoys, including about 10 million OFWs, may be in potentially big trouble come the 2016 presidential elections and beyond.

President Benigno Aquino’s three sisters and three uncles are reportedly supporting the presidential candidacy of Vice President Jejomar Binay because of the long-standing friendship between the two families. 1,438 more words

Philippine Politics