Vote Out the Useful Idiots And Their Comrades!
What Villar and Noynoy Aquino committed when they allied with leftist politicians is not a legal wrong, but a moral wrong.
Evolution not revolution. This is the strategy that is being used by the Marxists to take control of the nation’s political and
economic powers through the help of our Constitution and the “useful idiots” in politics. We have been witnessing the advance of socialism in this country since the New Constitution, which was founded upon the anti-concepts of progressiveness, political correctness and egalitarianism, took effect in 1987.
Lest I be misunderstood, the original “useful idiots” of this country since the fall of the Marcosian dictatorship in 1986 were those progressive and politically correct politicians and intellectuals who drafted the New Charter when revolutionary President Corazon Aquino assumed power more than two decades ago.
Now there are new “useful idiots” in politics who help accelerate the disgusting, disturbing advance of socialism in the name of political cooperation or integration, tolerance and open-mindedness. This new breed of “useful idiots” are none other than presidentiables Sen. Manuel “Manny” Villar and Sen. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino and their ilk who included well-known socialists or Marxists in their respective political tickets.
Party-list Representatives Satur Ocampo and Liza Maza, both avowed Marxists in Congress, are running for Senate under Manny Villar’s Nacionalista Party. Both Ocampo and Maza are self-confessed socialists whose goal is to change the country’s status quo, from a semi-Republican constitutional state to a Maoist-Leninist slave pen that rejects ownership of private property, political dissents, free thought, liberty and individual rights.
Villar, who used his political influence and connections to profit from the infamous C-5 Road project despite the existence of a privately-funded MCTEP or the Manila-Cavite Toll Express Way Project which is a BOT (build-operate-and-transfer) project, admitted he allied with Bayan Muna or Makabayan coalition.
Call it an act of political desperation, but Villar, who is running under his “Sipag at Tiyaga” political motto, is determined to sell his soul to the Devil only to win the presidency.
Liberal Party’s standard-bearer Noynoy Aquino, on the other hand, added Marxist politician Risa Hontiveros to his senatorial lineup. Hontiveros, who heads Akbayan party-list, joined Ocampo and Maza’s struggle to deliver this country to socialism through political “evolution.”
However , this does not mean that other presidential candidates like Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro are worthy of our votes. Gibo
Teodoro showed his socialist/populist tendencies when he revealed his plan to implement a “universal health care system” if he is elected president in May 10.
“And I want to experiment also legislatively with universal participative health care, if it is feasible. Meaning to say, everybody participates. I mean, what’s for a rich person to contribute 100 or 200 pesos per month to a participative delivers on health care so there’s more for everybody, not merely in terms of buying medicine and providing care but for providing reimbursements for doctors and nurses, so there’s an incentive to stay and participate in the system and I want also a legislative proposal for student loan program rather than scholarships,” says Teodoro. But this is the most dangerous experiment a president could ever make. A universal health care system is essentially anti-poor, anti-innovation, anti-business, and anti-life. Along with the socialist RH bill and the Cheaper Medicines bill, this single-payer system and its proponents must be rejected by the people.
Meanwhile in an inquirer report, Sen. Manny Villar denied television reports quoting the military as claiming he was among the politicians who had paid campaign fees to the communist New People’s Army (NPA).
“I haven’t paid any (rebel group),” Villar said at a press conference here. “Why should I still pay when they are already with
us—they are our friends.” He explained he was referring to his alliance with Bayan Muna Rep. Satur Ocampo and Gabriela Rep. Liza Maza. Both militant party-list lawmakers are running for the Senate as NP guest candidates.
“Let’s clarify that we are with Bayan Muna or Makabayan (coalition). We are not (allied) with whoever is violating the law—they are not with us,” he said, referring to the NPA rebels.
“Those who are with us belong to the group within the system of government that also fights for human rights and the welfare of the poor,” Villar added.
Here’s part of the news report:
Citing a report from an academic group, Election Commissioner Rene Sarmiento last week said fees being collected by the NPA this year to allow candidates to campaign unmolested in the rebels’ rural strongholds could amount to between P2 billion and P5 billion.
Villar said the allegation that he was on the list of candidates supposedly paying the NPA for campaign permits was part of a demolition job against him.
“There are many lists that you can see … but I pay no one,” he said.
Villar said that as Election Day approached, “throwing black propaganda … would become heated. It should be expected that many lies will be thrown at you, hoping that the voters will believe them and so shave (your) votes.”
Villar also said that he believed no one among the national candidates was finding it hard to campaign “because, normally, we go to cities.”
“In fairness to all of us, I don’t think there’s any presidential candidate who is having problems about it,” he said.
Senatorial candidate Gilbert Remulla, the NP spokesperson, said the party would never comply with the rebels’ demand.
“Senator Villar has not paid and has no intention of paying a single centavo for any permit-to-campaign from any armed group,” Remulla said.
Form of extortion
The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) has slammed the reported NPA practice.
“The ‘permit to campaign scheme’ which, in plain language, is a form of extortion being perpetrated by the New People’s Army and other non-state actors, is repugnant in all possible ways to (the) valued human rights principles and standards, not only of candidates and political parties, but of the individual voters as well,” the CHR said in an advisory.
“This practice arrogates to the requiring group the powers rightfully belonging to the people and lawfully designated authorities. It disregards the rule of law, and scoffs at the principles of free, fair and genuine elections,” it said.
It is true that by forming an alliance with the communists in Congress, Villar neither committed any legal wrong nor violated any law. There is no law penalizing political alliance with the Left, but there is a moral law that demands rational human beings not to support their own destroyers or the enemies of liberty and individual rights. What Villar and Noynoy Aquino committed when they allied with leftist politicians is not a legal wrong, but a moral wrong. These “useful idiots” and their ilk must look at the current situation in The Netherlands, a formerly free country that has been hijacked by the liberals and socialists. After being taken over by the liberals and socialists, The Netherlands is now collapsing from within for being too politically correct and for accepting such anti-values as multicultural relativism and idiotic open-mindedness.
I stated the following in my previous blog:
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and the socialists in Congress offer a social system that would guarantee purportedly economic equality, prosperity and unity. In reality, the only way for the socialists to achieve social or economic equality is through redistribution of wealth, force, progressive taxation and slavery. The unity which they offer can only be achieved with the use of brute force, repression, censorship, and state surveillance, while prosperity consists in enslaving those who are able to work and produce for the benefit of those who aren’t. The National Democratic Front of the Philippines through Sison enumerated the evils of the current system: “Social discontent is widespread and intense among the toiling masses of workers and peasants and the middle social stratra due to the rising mass unemployment, the sinking real incomes, the soaring prices of basic commodities and services, the growing tax burden, the lack or inadequacy of social services and other socio-economic problems.” There is no need to decipher the meaning of this statement since it is clear that they seek to establish a Maoist/Leninist regime in this country. Their only strategy is to fool the people that it is their system that can only solve “social discontent,” “mass unemployment,” among other economic social and economic problems that we face today. Their goal is to abolish private property, man’s rights and turn men into slaves. And now, they are using our remaining freedoms and objective laws against us.
Despite clear evidence and proof that socialism or communism failed in almost all slave pens on earth, the Leftists claim that the system is perfect but not the murderous dictators. They try to evade the fact that it is the system, which demands everybody’s enslavement and the use of brute force, which corrupts men. A system that abolishes individual rights and makes men the means to the ends of others and the state would only lead to the rise of a dictator. The Leftists were also heavily hypnotized by Karl Marx’s evil lie that communism is different from socialism. The only difference between these two great lies is the number of deaths and the degree of man’s enslavement.