Wednesday, November 23, 2005


mabuhay kayong lahat mga kabataang makabayaan na siyang tunay na pag-asa ng ating nalulugmok nang bansa.

Hanggat patuloy na nakaupo sa kanyang trono ang pekeng pangulong si Arroyo ay walang patutunguhan ang ating bayan kundi bilang isang pinakahamak na lipunan sa ibabaw ng mapag-api at mapang-busabos na daigdig na ito.

Sapagkat si arroyo ay wala nang ginawa kundi magpayaman ng magpayaman at busugin ang kanyang mga alipores at ihandog ang yaman ng Pilipinas sa mga ganid na dayuhang mangangalakal.

Tingnan nyo na lamang ang kanyang kalokohan, bago pa lamam ginahasa ang isang dalagan pilipina ng mga amerikanong marino ay nakipagkasundo na naman siyang ipahintulot na makapasok ang mga sundalong ng ilang asyanong bansa sa ating kalupaan. Para ano, para ipagahasa na naman ang iba pa nating kababaihan.

Wala ring naitulong ang vfa na iyan sa ating bayan, gumagastos ng milyon-milyong salapi ang ating pamahalan mula sa kaban ng taong Bayan upang bigyan ng daan ang pangbubusabos ng ating lipunan ng mga dambuhalang sundalong dayuhan na walang ring maitutulong sa pagtatanggol ng mahal nating Pilipinas.

Tandaan, walang tutulong sa Pilipino kundi tayong mga anak ng Inang - Bayang Pilipinas

Alex Argote

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Bagong umaga, bagong pag-asa

A people long enslaved and lost in the darkness of the macabre past could only hope to be delivered and rescued from their poverty and destitution by well-meaning individuals and entities. For despite great advances in technology and other aspects of society, it can not be denied that millions, countless masses of society still live in sub human standards and suffer the brunt of crime, pestilences, unemployment, and deceases. While a few, spoiled members of the Philippine elite enjoy themselves in worldly opulence and abundance, millions of the long-suffering Filipino masses struggle for grim survival at the brutal ground-level places of our country.WE are not children to be fooled by pretenses to national prosperity. Our cities and towns may be bathed in colorful lights, still, in the dark alleys and bleak streets, hopelessness and hunger lurk and wait for the poor citizens whose cries are drowned by the false declarations of the state and the wild orgies of the rich.

The true state of our long-suffering slave nation-the Philippines

"Wake! For the Sun,who scattered into flight
The Stars before him from the field of night,
Drives night along with them from Heav'n and strikes
The Sultan's turret with a shaft of light."
-from the Rubaiyat of Omar Kyahham

-Otherwise known and often ridiculously branded as the mail-order-bride country of the world, the nation of prostitutes and thievs, the sex capital of the world, the playground of worshippe-foreigners, an of people who would rather serve and slave away in other countries than work for the welfare of their own, and many other less-flattering titles; it is a baffling nation of many odds and surprisingly strange conglomeration of cultures that seems to celebrate its own misfortunes and tragedies.By all standards, the entire Philippines is mired in grinding poverty. Notwithstanding the grim facts of life in the less-fortunate recesses of the archipelago and a very weak economy that is at the mercy of foreign manipulation, the Filipino elite reveles in the glittering lights of fantasy and make-believe world of show business which tend to ignore the pitiful cries of agonizing masses. What can instead be seen are outrageous copy-cat productions of western programs such as the capitalist American Idol and other decadent practices of the sinful west.

Filipinos' giant leap toward national energy self-reliance

I found this news to be very encouraging and heartening. Soon we can turn the tables on those arrogant and petrol-spoilded arab brats who have been raping filipina nurses and beheading Filipino preachers there in saudi arabia.
I just copied the following news article from an online issue of Philippine Star(
Fed up with the high cost of gasoline? Why not try lambanog or basi, which can cause drunk driving but which can also power your car or SUV (sport utility vehicle)? With the rising cost of crude oil-based fuel, the House of Representatives envisions that in a few years’ time, the country is likely to shift to local fuel substitutes that can be derived from sugarcane and coconut like lambanog and basi - intoxicating drinks that can easily be processed into alcohol and used to power vehicles. On Monday night, the House approved a bill meant to jumpstart an alcohol production program. Bukidnon Rep. Juan Miguel Zubiri, the bill’s author, said yesterday the proposed Bio-fuels Act aims to replace within four years "a tenth of national gasoline consumption with cheap clean fuel that is exempt from the expanded value-added tax (EVAT) and can be produced from the likes of cane and coconut. "The approval of the bill brings the nation closer to the mass production of renewable energy that will create jobs, clean the environment and boost the economy," he said. Zubiri estimates that the country would save P32 billion in oil import costs if 10 percent of national gas consumption were replaced with alcohol or ethyl alcohol (ethanol). He based his computation on last year’s total imports of 115.6 million barrels of crude oil, a $50-per-barrel price and an exchange rate of P55 to the dollar. He said ethanol could be extracted from what he called the "five Cs" - cane, coconut, corn, camote and cassava. "The lambanog (extracted from coconut trees) and basi (derived from sugar cane) that can cause drunk driving can run cars. Cassava is best not just as pie, but petrol. And corn that can be made into health breakfast can also fuel our cars," he said. He said any food that contains sugar could be processed to yield ethanol.

Sunday, November 06, 2005

the start of hell for the lowly Filipino masses

the start of hell for lowly Filipino masses
Finally, after heated debates, temporary restraining order from the Philippine Supreme court and several bloody street protests, the controversial and deadly EVAT or simply the expanded value added tax that had been endorsed for so long by President Arroyo took effect Nov 1. Ironically, this very unpopular tax measure of the Arroyo regime which is supposed to make our very poor country suddenly rich(according to lower house of congress speaker De Venecia) was launched right on Halloween's day so it clearly underscores the horrifying havoc EVAT will cause on desperate lives of poor Filipino people