Corrupt media, irresponsible journalist and economic ‘Hit Men’ destroyed the Philippines during the Marcos regime, and eventually led to 30 years of Oligarchy rule. Now, they are doing it again, having started a media based terrorist attack to discredit and label Philippine President Rodrego Duterte as a new dictator, even going so far, as to assume he will eventually declare Martial Law. The overall goal is the continual “scare & divide” tactics of the Filipino people.
The Filipino people must not allow this to happen again! Either they put aside their differences, and unite together to support their new leader. Or simply remain divided and continue to watch their nation destroy itself ever further. They’ve been divided and fighting for decades now. Years of which resulted in a form of Oligarchy control. A global enslavement of its people through the OFW (Overseas Filipino Worker) program. The endless proliferation of illegal drugs, Narco politics, unemployment, poverty, etc. If they could just unite and support their current leader, the Philippines and her people might stand a chance at better and safer future overall.
Responsible journalism has already been long dead for these media practitioners and corporations. In particular, ABS-CBN, GMA-7, The Philippine Daily Inquirer and Rappler. Shame on them. These seriously biased media giants are the primary reason why their country is deeply mired in negative issues, and still suffering from a long ago derailed and abusive political system.
News media has a social responsibility to make the Philippines, and the world, a better place through promoting positive influence, and building a more intellectual society. Leave a lasting, positive impact upon the people. It isn’t all just about the kickbacks from their respective political and corporate masters. Or businessmen whose sole purpose is to discredit specific individuals, or pursue profit from news makers at the expense of making people dumber through brainwashing.
Born of a comment by: Dale Gozar
Thanks for giving us something to work with brother.