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President Arroyo’s Infamous Legacy Is the Making of the Philippines Into a 3-D Country PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Saturday, 26 December 2009 10:36


P resident Gloria M. Arroyo is way ahead of American movie-and-television producers in making their films and TV programs incorporate the latest three-dimension (3-D) technology.


Mrs. Arroyo has made the Philippines a 3-D country. But in her case, 3-D means “Death, Desolation and Destitution” in the style of Idi Amin of Uganda and other infamous despots of the world. And the whole world will remember her as the first woman infamous tyrant of a President whose status can be compared only to the sandals or shoes – but not the stature – of great woman leaders of the world like Golda Meir, Margaret Thatcher or Indira Gandhi.


She has allowed “Death” to rule the country by letting her security forces and some rouge elements in the Philippine military and national police commit thousands of human-rights violations. The abuses resulted into the disappearances and/or confirmed deaths of more-than a thousand (and counting) civil-rights advocates and activists, students, journalists and broadcasters. The missing Jonas Burgos is the poster boy of the Arroyo Death Squad’s cruelty. The recent Maguindanao Massacre represents the tip of Mrs. Arroyo’s proverbial iceberg of coddling warlords whom she protected (and allowed to loot the public treasury). She tolerated her warlord-supporters to arm themselves and steal public funds simply because they could cheat in elections that saw her and her candidates emerge victorious even if the poll results were statistically improbable. In fact, some of the people say that “M” in Gloria M. Arroyo is actually for “Murder.”


President Arroyo has made the Philippines the “Land of Desolation” by failing to build infrastructures that would have lessened dramatically the effects of typhoons, floods and other natural calamities. She has allowed her political allies and kin to pocket public funds meant to be spent in serving and protecting the public. She has presided over an Administration of desolation, if not of anguish, despair, despondency, sadness, unhappiness and wretchedness. More proof? Just read Ado Paglinawan’s series on A People Caught in Its Own Dung and judge for yourselves the sins and omissions of Gloria M. Arroyo insofar as building infrastructures needed to prevent damage, destruction and death from natural calamities.


Gloria M. Arroyo has turned destitution into a national policy, if not an international scandal. The Filipino people are not only suffering from more hardship and impoverishment since the height of World War II but also the national government is actually insolvent. Mrs. Arroyo’s government is propped by more foreign-and-domestic loans and the national economy is kept afloat only by the remittances of Overseas-Filipino workers and immigrants. Mrs. Arroyo has turned the Philippines into a perpetual place of penury. And she has also turned the country into the international symbol of “poverty of low expectations,” to borrow the phrase coined by a Los Angeles Times’ writer. In fact, some individuals say that “M” in Gloria M. Arroyo also stands for “Misery.”


A nd now Gloria M. Arroyo wants to continue her “public” (sic) service by becoming a member of the House of Representathieves, oops, Representatives. She should not be in Congress, where she dreams to become its Speaker and eventually Prime Minister (if her plan for the Philippines to adopt the parliamentary form of government prevails). People should turn her dream into a nightmare by sending her to jail. Better yet, the new President of the Philippines who would be elected on May 10, 2010, should just permit her and her clique’s extradition to the United States for stealing American military-and-economic aid. Because no Filipino President can pardon her for violations of American laws on corruption, money laundering, etceteras, etc. Readers may like to read again this fearless forecast of an article, Why the Arroyo Family and Its Rasputins Will Meet General Noriega’s Fate


All things – good or bad – have to come to an end. For the natural law of the “Alpha and the Omega” says that if there is a beginning, there is an end. Filipinos must increase their prayers so that the end of the Gloria M. Arroyo’s Administration will come soonest and peacefully at that. Readers may like to read again this article, Why Gloria and Mike Arroyo, Et Al, Perhaps Are Not Even Christians But There’s Hope for Redemption


Amin, oops, Amen. # # #



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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2009 10:50
Comments (1)
1 Saturday, 26 December 2009 12:01
Thanks Bobby for sharing your article. Yes malapit na ang ating halalan at ang aming nais ay mayroon bagong Filipinas na at ang mga kahidwa-an sa ating pamahalaan ay tumigil o masugpo. Ang palantutunan ni Ginoong Panlilio sa makabagong Filipinas kahit ito lamang ay sa kanyang lalawigang Pampanga ay mainam.

Ang panalangin ko lang sa ating Poon Maykapal katulad ng marami dito sa atin sa pahatid kawad ay sana'y magbago ang ating bansa at ating inihalal na manunungkulan ay mabuting mga tao.


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Dear Dr. Eddie:

We in Southern CA share your and Governor Panlilio's wishes for our people. Please read this latest article that I have written about President Arroyo:

President Arroyo’s Infamous Legacy Is the Making of the Philippines Into a 3-D Country



Lolo Bobby M. Reyes

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