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Crush Them!

August 16, 2011

All insurgency and rebel groups like the New People’s Army (NPA), the Abu Sayyaf group (ASG), and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) must be crushed, purged and pulverized by the government at all cost. However, it is very much unfortunate that we have pseudo-intellectuals, pressure groups and leftist politicians in Congress who are trying their best to divert the attention of the government. Instead of urging the government to solve national security issues, these groups demand that the government focus on welfare issues. They strongly, passionately demand that the government instead spend more money on education, health care, transport, and other kind of welfare, and cut the national budget on defense.

These welfare groups are so politically naive. Now it’s very much important to look at reality before yielding to the socialist, welfarist demands of these people. Last month a group of NPA rebels attacked a bus terminal in Mati City. A CCTV camera captured the moment a lone cop was murdered by these rebels.

Here’s a news report on the incident:

A close circuit television camera captured an attack of the New People’s Army rebels at a lone policeman posted at a bus terminal in this city in the evening of June 7, 2011.

The CCTV showed how the six rebels ganged up on Police Officer 3 Alfredo Salva who was at the outpost around 7:40 in the evening of June 7. Six rebels armed with handguns approached and shot him.

The victim however returned fire using his M16 rifle hitting the two assailants. PO3 Salva sustained shots in his body causing his death. Ramil Sallenes alias Bunso from Front Committee 18 also died from the wounds he sustained.

The wounded suspect was meanwhile identified as Ariel Manuray alias Commander Gary. Commander Gary is now recuperating at a hospital in Davao City.

This incident also reminds me of the video below:

The following are my previous commentary on the NPA issue:

While the Aquino government is determined to maintain its futile peace talks with the communist rebels, many companies and businessmen complain of extortion demands and threats. While President Aquino fiddles with his reconciliation efforts, a number of soldiers were murdered by the leftist rebels and other separatist groups. What an irresponsible regime! There should be no peace talks with the communist rebels!

It is no secret that the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) employs extortion and threats to finance its revolution to turn this country into a freedom-less, property rights-less socialist slave pen. President Aquino should shun peace talks and do everything under his power to end insurgencies. Peace talks simply strengthen the rebels and other separatist groups. Peace talks give them the legitimacy they’re clamoring for. Peace talks are a threat to other sectors of our society like the mining companies in Mindanao that are being forced to pay P20 million in revolutionary tax per year and telecom companies whose cell sites are targets of bombing and sabotage.

Why Are the Communists Advancing to Take Away Our Freedom?

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, that corrupts men. A system that abolishes individual rights and makes men the means to the ends of others and the state would logically lead to the rise of any potential 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. We are now in an age of mediocrity ruled by the country’s intellectual mystics and collectivists. Unless the collectivist trend is reversed, the coming of a dictatorship of the left (communists) or the so-called right (fascism) is just a matter of time. The socialist members in Congress, who found a way to pursue their collectivist goal under the party-list system, are now advancing, as they take advantage of our mediocre Constitution that compromised our liberty and freedom to temporary unity and security. This creepy collectivist trend also takes a fillip from schools, religious institutions and the intellectuals that are preaching the value of altruism, self-sacrifice and the evil of self-interest. Unknown to them, the common denominator between communism, religion and our dominant mediocre culture is altruism.

“Right to Education” Advocates: Evil Enemies of Individual Freedom!

However, protesting public school students claim they’re merely asking for the proper allocation of our national budget. How much share in the national budget do our public schools need? More than P500 billion? How about the other sectors of the government that need welfare state funding? How about the military? Most point to the military or defense, which receives most of the share in the pie. The advocates of “right to education” argue that the government must focus on education and de-prioritize our national defense. I say: TREASON! We are currently at war on various fronts: the communists, the Abu Sayyaf, and the Moro separatist group. Without a doubt, the country needs to prioritize our national defense because this is one of the proper roles of the government: to protect its citizens against invasion or internal threat. Those who would like to sacrifice our national defense in favor of the so absurd “right to education” are either stupid or have sinister agenda. With this, I say that the advocates of this ‘fiat’ freedom are morally guilty for their refusal to think or for harboring a sinister political agenda. The government must put more premium on our national defense. The solution to our economic crisis is free-market capitalism. That is, the government must guarantee economic freedom, privatize government-owned and controlled corporations, abolish redundant government bureaus, agencies, and offices, cut our taxes, guarantee less government spending, and abolish or privatize public schools, colleges, and universities.

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13 Comments leave one →
  1. BAYAN permalink
    August 18, 2011 3:38

    ..kahit mag-issue ng all-out war against communists, meron at meron pa ring isisilang na bagong mga pwersa. bakit sa halip na puksain sila ay hindi sila bigyan ng opurtunidad na muling makabangon? wala silang pinag-aralan, walang magandang trabahong maghihintay sa kanila sinasabi mong kapitalismo sa pilipinas. hindi ‘redistribution’ of wealth ang magaganap kung sakaling ipamimigay sa kanila ang mga lupang matagal na nilang sinasaka, sapagkat noong una pa man lamang, kanila na ang mga iyon na naangkin lamang ng mga crony CAPITALISTS.

    • August 18, 2011 3:38

      You leftists seek to abolish property rights. Any group or gang that seek to abolish property and individual rights must be crushed at all cost…

      • BAYAN permalink
        August 19, 2011 3:38

        sino ba ang maghahari kung sakaling matupad ang sinasabi mong full, unregulated capitalism? sila at sila rin, ang mga panginoong maylupa, malaking burgesyang komprador.

      • August 19, 2011 3:38

        “sino ba ang maghahari kung sakaling matupad ang sinasabi mong full, unregulated capitalism? sila at sila rin, ang mga panginoong maylupa, malaking burgesyang komprador.”

        — How? Sige nga?

        So gusto kayo lang maghahari kasi i-abolish niyo property rights ganun?

  2. nyancat permalink
    August 19, 2011 3:38

    @Bayan Dre, nabasa mo na ba yung 1984 ni George Orwell?

  3. ayayay permalink
    August 19, 2011 3:38

    @Bayan: So kayo nalang maghahari noh?

  4. BAYAN permalink
    August 21, 2011 3:38

    ..OO. tayo ang dapat makinabang sa yaman ng bansa at hindi ang mga Amerikanong kapitalista, hindi ang mga crony capitalists na matagal ng naghahari. tayo, ang masa, ay dapat mabigyan ng pagkakataon na magtayo ng sariling industriya. We do not need to be taught how to farm. we need the land and the implements to farm. we do not need to be taught how to fish. we need the boats and the nets and access to shore frontage, bays, and oceans. we need industrial plants to cease dumping toxic effusions into the waters. we do not need to be convinced that we should use hygienic standards. we do not need a Peace Corps Volunteer to tell us to boil their water, especially when we cannot afford fuel or have no access to firewood. we need the conditions that will allow us to have clean drinking water and clean clothes and homes. we do not need advice about balanced diets from North Americans. we usually know what foods best serve our nutritional requirements. we need to be given back our land and labor so that we might work for ourselves and grow food for our own consumption.

    • August 21, 2011 3:38

      Saang lupalop ka ba galing at napaka-bobo at ignorante mo.

      Sabi mong BOBO ka: “OO. tayo ang dapat makinabang sa yaman ng bansa at hindi ang mga Amerikanong kapitalista, hindi ang mga crony capitalists na matagal ng naghahari. tayo, ang masa, ay dapat mabigyan ng pagkakataon na magtayo ng sariling industriya. We do not need to be taught how to farm. we need the land and the implements to farm.”

      ‘Yan ay namumutiktik sa kamangmangan at kawalan ng alam sa mga bagay-bagay na nangyayari sa loob ng bansa natin. Alam mo bang may limitasyon ang foreign equity sa bansa natin ayon sa konstitusyon? Naiintindihan mo ba, bobo, kung ano ang ibig sabihin ng “foreign equity” at kung ilang porsiyento ang dapat na pag-aari ng mga dayuhan.

      Lumang tugtugin na yang kabobohan mo ukol sa mga Amerikanon kapitalista, BOPOLS. Simula noong natatag ang 1987 Constitution, mayroon na tayong PROTECTIONIST policy, BOPOLS. Ang nangyari? Wala! Mas lalong nag-hirap tayo at ang mga bobo at tangang makakaliwa ay walang naitulong sa pag-unlad ng bansa natin.

      Alam ko na. Gusto mong tanggalin ang property rights at gawing community ownership lahat ang mga lupa, ari-arian at mga establishment sa bansa natin. Gusto mong parang North Korea.

      Puwes, BOBO, mag-migrate ka sa North Korea!

      • August 23, 2011 3:38

        Hoy! Kung makapagsalita ka parang nde ka nakapag-aral. Kanya kanya tayo ng opinyon ha. tsk

      • BAYAN permalink
        August 23, 2011 3:38

        ..patuloy tayong naghihirap dahil sa IMPERYALISMO. marahil bobo nga ako, sino ba naman ang hindi mabobobo sa sistemang IDEOT (import-dependent, export-oriented) sa agrikultura natin? patuloy tayong nagluluwas ng mga raw materials sa Amerika at ibinabalik nila iyon sa atin bilang finished goods sa sobraang taas na halaga! lahat ng iyon ay dahil sa semi-feudalism, bureaucrat capitalism at imperialism na patuloy na pumupuksa sa atin.

  5. August 23, 2011 3:38

    “import-dependent, export-oriented.”

    Bakit ba tayo nagi-import, BOBO? Kasi hindi mo alam na mas mura ang mga imported products dito. Anong mangyayari ngayon kung hindi tayo mag-import ng produkto eh wala namamg nagpo-produce ng mura at de kalidad na bilihin dito sa pinas?

    Ahhh! Alam ko na. Gusto mo gayahin yung ginawa ni Mao sa China sa palpak niyang Great Leap Forward. Lahat ng lupa pag-aari ng mga tao (kuno), pero gobyerno naman ang mamamahala at lahat ng negosyo at ari-arian ay i-nationalize.

    Tsk! Tsk! May sakit ka na nga sa utak, bata.

    Wag mo nang sisihin ang mga Amerikano dahil matagal na silang wala dito, bobo!

    Anong gusto mong mangyari ngayon? Sige nga? Alin sa mga sumusunod, BOBO?

    1. Abolish property rights

    2. Nationalize all industries

    3. Central planning

    4. Lahat ng kaylangan ng tao kagaya ng edukasyon, kalusugan, gamot, transportasyon, atbp. ay manggagaling sa gobyerno.

    SAGOT!

  6. BAYAN permalink
    August 24, 2011 3:38

    ..oportunidad. yun lang ang gusto kong maibigay sa atin, lalo na sa mga mahihirap na magsasaka dahil alam natin lahat na hanggang ngayon “backwards” ang sistema sa agrikultura. walang masama sa pag-import, ang masama ay yung ipangkukunsumo (basic commodities) na lang natin, kelangan pa nating iimport, na kayang kaya naman sana nating i’produce.

    • August 24, 2011 3:38

      “.oportunidad. yun lang ang gusto kong maibigay sa atin, lalo na sa mga mahihirap na magsasaka dahil alam natin lahat na hanggang ngayon “backwards” ang sistema sa agrikultura.”

      LMAO!!! Nakasinghot ka ata ng katol, iho! Paano mo nga ibigay ang “oportunidad” na yan sa mga mahihirap?

      Sa pamamagitan ba ng mga sumusunod?

      1. Abolish property rights
      2. Nationalize all industries
      3. Central planning
      4. Lahat ng kaylangan ng tao kagaya ng edukasyon, kalusugan, gamot, transportasyon, atbp. ay manggagaling sa gobyerno.
      SAGOT!

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