The Philippines: The Problem is Poverty (Inquirer)

I’ve been accused of being too positive about this administration. But after the ineffectual rule of the last one, someone who promised decisions was a relief. And anyone who’d break the “trapo” mold was earnestly needed.

I have traveled a lot, and read extensively. What is happening around the world is this rejection of the way democracy has been hijacked by elected officials who believe promise is action, and talk gets things done. It doesn’t. READ MORE

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