I Don’t Believe in Borders

I don’t believe in borders,  countries, nationalism,and governments. These are but artificial social constructs that separate humans from one another. This illusion pits humans against one another leading to the loss of lives, limbs, properties, and freedoms.

The war mongering on both sides of the Chinese and Filipinos does not benefit anyone at all except the military industrial complex of the parties involved. In turn, the profits that are generated from the sale of weapons and ammunition will just go to the banks, all paid for by individuals.

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The #Philippines Drug War is a Phoney

Are the the alleged PNP generals linked to drug cartels really the problem?

Are the pictures of alleged drug users and drug peddlers showing up en masse the measure of success?

Are the summary executions of drug peddlers really the solution?

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New King, Same Kingmakers, Same Slavery in #Philippines

Would it matter if the country had more wars whether in the domestic or international front?

It matters – to the merchants of death.  The profits from upgrading the armed forces are quite hefty not just for the merchants but also the people who will decide where to buy the weapons from.

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Politics is Theater

Politics is theater to mask the violent exploitation of people.

It doesn’t matter whether the politician is crowned in the forest or the city. Or that the politician fasted, ate plantains or splurged during the “inauguration”.

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The #Philippines 3 Weapons of Mass Distraction

Are most Filipinos any wealthier today? 

No they are not – Filipinos GDP per capita income remain stagnant. The Filipinos remain enslaved by an oligarchy that will leave no stone upturned to ensure that Filipinos have no choice except to buy products and services from the firms owned by the oligarchy.

How come Filipinos still don’t figure it out?

Because Filipinos are subjected to a steady stream of manufactured crises that keep them in a state of panic and confusion. In other words Filipinos are exposed to weapons of mass distraction.

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