This is pure evil. The Muslim Brotherhood-sponsored gangs (Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah and others) are now celebrating the death of innocent people in Boston, probably the most LIBERAL-DEMOCRATIC city in America.
Yet a few days ago Liberal-Democrat President Obama, who still has thousands of Bostonian supporters, delivered 140,000 canisters of tear gas to the MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD government of Egypt. The ruthless, murderous MB government used Obama’s latest delivery to kill or suppress anti-Islamist protesters. Aside from that, Obama also sent 20 (or perhaps more) F-16 fighter jets, plus hundreds of millions of American taxpayers’ dollars, to Egypt, which is now governed by an anti-American Islamic gang called Muslim Brotherhood.
This is why it i both immoral and suicidal to help– monetarily or militarily– a regime or society that hates you or has plans (if it had the means to do so) to exterminate you and your fellowmen.
- NOTE: I originally posted parts of this as a Facebook note.
A Facebooker named Bryan Gabriel, who described himself as an International Trade Law and Economics student at Busan National University in South Korea, posted a Facebook note titled “The Philippines a Fooled Nation”. Interestingly, Mr. Gabriel’s post was able to draw– or fool– thousands of Facebook ‘likers’ and supporters.
While I strongly agree with the mini-article’s title (that we are a fooled nation), I strongly disagree with its premise, unsupported assertions and content. Yes, we are a fooleld nation that’s why we allowed the passage of a protectionist, oligarchic, fascistic Charter in 1986, which I think is the biggest scam ever played on the Filipino people. This political document, described by its statist adherents as a historic social contract, is actually an insult to the intelligence of some Filipino citizens who understand and value reason and individualism.
We are a fooled nation, Gabriel claims. By whom? His article says: by the West and by the Wall Street people who feared our late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos. According to him, some unidentified people of the “West” had to “stop” Marcos because they were afraid our country “will take over Wall Street”. At the end of Read more…
A Facebooker named John posted a very interesting YouTube clip on my Facebook site. The video features a senatorial candidate named Greco Belgica, a pastor-businessman and Manila councillor, who is running on a somewhat controversial political platform. This senatorial bet proposes a 10-percent flat-tax to be imposed equally on all Filipino taxpayers regardless of income.
A flat-tax system is unknown to most Filipinos. The Philippines adopts a progressive tax system that imposes higher tax rates on– or penalizes– those who earn more. The more you earn, the more you are taxed, and the progressives call this system ‘just fair’.
In a televised ‘job interview’ hosted by GMA7, public economist and Keynesian Winnie Monsod cast doubt on Belgica’s flat-tax proposal, claiming “research” shows that the politician’s flat-tax bill would only benefit the rich who wouldn’t be obliged to pay capital gains tax and other taxes. So, basically Mrs. Monsod asked the religious senatorial bet how he plans to “reconcile his pro-poor stance with his pro-rich flat-tax bill”. Read more…