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Tag Archives: Rolando Mendoza
What a year it has been! 2010 is the year I and many other like-minded people will never forget. As a Filipino, I never thought it was still possible to learn many new things about the culture I was born … Continue reading
Esteemed blogger BetterPhilippines (henceforth referred to as just “BP”) raises some good points in his latest blog to question the sincerity of Undersecretary Vicente “Enteng” Romano’s resignation letter, particularly his taking “full accountability” for the fiasco, when in fact (as … Continue reading
There is enough evidence to suggest that Filipinos in general are preoccupied with the desire to be on a permanent state of euphoria or at least with being perceived to be a “happy-go-lucky” society no matter what circumstances they are … Continue reading
Life can be so unfair. Some people will hate you just for being ugly. Then again, some people will still hate you just for being beautiful. But if you believe the recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) report on the satisfaction … Continue reading
Within the last couple of weeks, President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III had exhibited an astounding capacity for giving the softly-softly treatment to people accountable for rebellion and needless loss of life. One is his dithering on how to interpret and … Continue reading
There was not much about the first report of the Incident Investigation and Review Committee (IIRC) regarding the August 23, 2010 Rizal Park Hostage-taking incident that we didn’t already know or suspected. The report did give us specifics and an … Continue reading
For me, the recently released report of the Incident Investigation and Review Committee (IIRC) headed by Justice Secretary Leila de Lima spelled out culpability at the operational level — breakdown in the chain of command, non-performance and lack of prudence … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered why there is a website called Good News Pilipinas? People keep sending me links to that website but every time I visit it, most of the stuff I find there consists of news items about superficial … Continue reading
For a nation that I’ve asserted so many times is motivated by nothing more noble than a culturally-ingrained sense of hiya (a Filipino concept that is a bizarrely convoluted complex of shame and face), it seems like extracting even a … Continue reading
In the aftermath of the August 23 Mendoza hostage massacre that resulted in the deaths of eight foreign tourists, Filipinos had plumbed new depths of collective shame as a people. The on-going investigations notwithstanding, the drama revealed to the world … Continue reading