Why Bad Things Happen to “Good” People – Especially in the Philippines

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Tragedy strikes again! Another gruesome ASG-sponsored beheading just took the life on an “innocent” Canadian visitor guilty of the crime of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, and buying into the “it’s more fun” advertising peddled around by the creative national tourism promoters of the land of gullible’s troubles.

Well, as much as I wouldn’t want to glorify the worthless ragtag scumbags projecting themselves to be freedom fighters in Basilan when they are nothing but common criminals with an insatiable desire for blood in their never-ending pursuit of money and attention, there are actually some very good lessons to ponder on with this (yet another) sad chapter of the national drama.

There are no good people – we all deserve to be punished

First and foremost, there really are no good (sinless) people in the world, let alone our country. By the laws of karma at work in the universe, sowing what we reap is as universal as failing an exam for not studying well. We can all argue that there are kind and loving people who have not murdered anyone (mother Theresa), but still by the standards of moral perfection (hitting the bulls eye), we are all guilty of breaking laws (big or small). We all have missed the mark. And it’s not even about frequency: remember it only takes one kill to be branded a murderer for life.

We have all lied, cheated, hated, failed to forgive, and stepped on others as we succumb to selfish pursuits and desires. That Canadian who just died may be as guilty as the ASG when measured up against the yardstick known as the 10 commandments. In effect, we all deserve to be punished. Some may argue that a punishment may not fit the crime (like how Ananias and Sapphira were divinely executed on the spot in the early church for the seemingly harmless white lie of mis-declaring their “SALN”).

So if you lie by asking your little sister to say to the annoying suitor on the phone that you are not at home, then you are guilty and deserve to be beheaded? Technically yes. Because lying in a small thing is no different than lying about witnessing a person murder another which eventually leads to the falsely accused person’s unfair execution.

We cry foul and call out government officials for corruption when we ourselves don’t even have second thoughts about stealing a ball pen from the office supplies in our work place, and we have the gall to ask why our society is in a state of dismal appalling dysfunction?

People around us suffer needlessly when we fail to understand the value of  proper maintenance

One major cause of unnecessary suffering is the fact that many don’t understand that the second law of thermodynamics (movement from order to disorder; acting with dust, heat, friction, evaporation, etc.) takes place like another unstoppable natural force of the universe. And they wonder why their car stalled in the middle of rush-hour traffic causing inconvenience and loss of time (gold) for thousands of motorists behind them.

Why some wise people prefer public transportation to get around rather than driving their own tin can with wheels is that it can actually be one risky high-maintenance bitch to own something that requires you to check the tire pressure, change oil, vacuum and wash on a regular basis. Actually, having a car is like having one extra child in your family. So unless you keep things and even your body in tip-top shape, expect them to break down along the way.

I recall riding the MRT some time ago. When the doors opened there stood a passenger holding up a falling section of the ceiling to keep from hitting people’s heads. Doesn’t the MRT undergo maintenance checks? And on one local trip to an exotic island, I saw a rat pass by near the cockpit of the plane prior to takeoff. Now what if those wires that connect to the actuators on the plane’s wings get chewed up during the flight?

Things break down and fall apart. There are whole industries built just addressing this. If you happen to have a large billboard fall on your head while walking down the street, you probably are just unlucky; but many bad things that happen to nice friendly people are actually preventable. Like there wouldn’t have been that many deaths during super-typhoon Yolanda if we only fielded less Mar-functioning and more competent and preparedness-aware officials to handle disaster situations.

Evil spirits cause millions of deaths

Yes, like Chaplain Grimwald, I do believe in evil spirits, especially the ones that deceive people into thinking they can fly and convince them to jump off the top of a 10 story building. Evil spirits are behind the most gruesome inhumane massacres and brutal murders fueled by hate or some twisted religion/ideology.

What is an evil spirit but a depraved debased mind that is convoluted into thinking abnormally? These spirits can possess you. Read too much of a strange book or delve into the wrong ideology and you can turn yourself into a monster without you being aware of it.

Wandering evil spirits exist looking for victims to possess and control because they are minds that wish to attach to a physical body. Yes, minds can exist outside a physical brain (like how NDE survivors recount watching their death scene in detail while hovering above their lifeless body), because they actually work like software, in contrast to hardware (CPU). Load software into a new laptop, and the machine doesn’t get an ounce heavier. That’s because software and information are not really physical entities, but more of “spiritual” in nature – of the realm of the mind and abstraphysics.

Philippine dysfunction really is just a case of bad programming of its citizens, leading to the high-jacking of their minds by demons. So just a warning to all: be careful of what you read and watch what you watch. The spirit behind Hitler or Pol Pot may be exactly what might enter unsuspecting clueless you if you are less than virtually vigilant.

Similar points were identified by Walter Hallam, who struggled with the same question when he lost his promising daughter in a senseless plane crash. You too may feel you are a victim of an undeserved bad event, situation or punishment in your life. The answer really is quite simple: repent and mend your ways or something worse than becoming a captive of ASG may befall you. How about NOT stealing items in office, cheating in a pop quiz, or uttering white lies for a start?

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Zealous revolutionary advocate of bringing back common sense for the common good in a land of dysfunctional and delusional zombies.

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TheVoiceofReason
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Wow. Seriously just wow. Firstly within your insane rant you state that all people deserve to be punished because of sin. Then you just to continue ti rant and rave about things completly unrelated to build up your straw man enemy. Its about time you consider your need for proffesional help. Telling People evil spirits exist? Just so you are aware and more in line with the scientific reality whom live in reality not some fantasy land of faith and belief that are trotted off as facts instead of delusional indoctrinated opinions, evil spirts are not real. No more real… Read more »
Jerry Lynch
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I disagree with your assessment of this site in general; but I do think this particular article and this particular writer are disjointed and do not bring much logic to the table.

The commenter I am replying to probably should join the Facebook page that can be found by typing these 4 words into the Search bar of Facebook. League of Logical Atheists (or LOLA).

Chris Kochesky
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I love this site but I’m lost for words in regards to this article. Terribly disjointed and random and completely unbecoming of this site.

Ren Car
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for a moment there, I thought I was reading a lampoon, lol. This guy is so friiggin’ clueless – a pseudo-intellect indeed. I will post my rebuttal later and provide hard solid facts why this article is a hodge podge of BS and ignorance

Robert Haighton
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“zaxx
Zealous revolutionary advocate of bringing back common sense for the common good in a land of dysfunctional and delusional zombies.”

I also do miss the common sense in this article.

d_forsaken
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When karma comes back to punch Failipinos in the face, I wanna be there. Just in case it needs help.

marius
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Karma is already holding them down with one hand and beating their faces to a pulp with the other. The Filipino is grinning and saying “more please!”.

Aeta
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No such thing as Heaven and Hell. We create those delusions according to the dictate of our egos.

Sarsuelaa
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This not the about “Evil Spirits” guys. Please read.

Aeta
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You’re right. It’s not about “evil spirit”; but it’s not about “sin” either. It’s about ego and selfishness why we do what we do. Everything we do in this world, we eventually do for ourselves.

Ren Car
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Okay, now it’s time for me to point out the sheer absurdity of this article. When I first glimpsed on the title of this Article, I literally laughed out loud. I started to wonder if Zaxx had been to any Third World Countries such as Brazil or Mexico. What struck me most about this title is “especially in the Philippines.” It sounded like Zaxx have travelled to many countries around the globe to BOLDLY conclude that the Philippines is ESPECIALLY BAD – talk about grandiose display of sheer ignorance, lol. First, it is a fact that the Philippines did not… Read more »
marius
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So the Philippines doesn’t have a murder rate as high as Mexico or Brazil. Wow. Well done! Give yourselves a big pat on the back and shout Pinoy Pride! In my part of town, murders aren’t even investigated. There’s a guy down the road from me who has killed two people. Nobody cares, least of all the police. You think those murders have made it into the national statistics? In any case, murder isn’t a yardstick of social failure. You only have to look around you to see how badly the Philippines has failed. If Norway and Sweden can sort… Read more »
ren car
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If Norway and sweden can sort themselves out, why can’t filipinos? Well, why can’t columbians, brazilians, Venezuelans, and even the Americans can’t sort themselves out? You missed my point – it just went swoosh over your head. Zaxx wrote that why bad things happen to good people, especially in the Philippines. Do you even know what he is insinuating?? It is as has a monopoly on bad things happening to good people. Had he said that bad things happen to good people – period – that woul be a logical and factual statement but especially in the Philippines? Really? I… Read more »
marius
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>> You missed my point – it just went swoosh over your head. Zaxx wrote that why bad things happen to good people, especially in the Philippines. Do you even know what he is insinuating?? You had two points. On this point, we are in agreement, as I commented below. I think zaxx is way off the mark here. Your second point was “the Philippines isn’t as bad as the worst 27 countries on the planet”, to which my response was: whoop-de-doo. That means you’re worse than the top 160-odd. Not much to be proud of there, I’m afraid, and… Read more »
marius
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And incidentally, I’d say the reason Columbians, brazilians, Venezuelans, etc can’t sort themselves out is because they’re all Catholics. That poisonous ideology has polluted every culture it touched.

ren car
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lol, Chinof. Hear! Hear! 🙂

ren car
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zaxx – an evil spirit possesed me when i wrote my posts, hahahahaha!

Robert Haighton
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Guys, I am sure that Zaxx will come out soon and will tell us that we all miss(ed) the point(s). And because of that we all are yellowtards. Even foreigners are yellowtards.

marius
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Yup, zaxx, I think you’re way off the mark here by suggesting that that Canadian guy somehow deserved to be punished. For one thing it’s not for Abu Sayaf to mete out such punishment: “Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.”. Secondly, you don’t know who Hall is; you don’t know his faith or what he did with his life. Purely on balance of probabilities, it’s a safe bet he is neither a Satan-worshipper or a murderer like the ASF. Bad things happen because God gave us the free will to decide to be bad. His solution to… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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“I once met someone who genuinely believed she was possessed by Satan (she had invited him in because she thought it would be cool). She was in the worst mental torment you could imagine. This shit is real whether you believe in it or not.” I really hope you dont believe that shit ^^^. Atheistic Satanism, most commonly referred to as LaVeyan Satanism, holds that Satan does not exist as a literal anthropomorphic entity, but rather as a symbol of a cosmos which Satanists perceive to be permeated and motivated by a force that has been given many names by… Read more »
marius
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>> I really hope you dont believe that shit. Whether I believe it is not the point. What matters is that she believed it, and was suffering as a result. You could say the same about idol-worshippers and demon-worshippers here in the Philippines. It’s the worshippers mindset that matters. It’s clear as day that an idol has no supernatural powers. Demons may or may not exist. Yet people who indulge in such things will arrange their behavior around such belief, and that has huge repercussions. All that metaphysical waffle you quoted about Satan basically says the same thing. Take the… Read more »
TheVoiceofReason
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Your “friend” suffered from a mental condition.
Just because something is real to someone does not make it real.
Regardless of what spin one puts on it.
For centuries people believed the world was flat.
Does that make the world flat because they believed?

Ofcourse not.
with the state of mental health in this country i doubt she got the help she needed.

ren car
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Robert, Many of our kababayans (even in other cultures) think that the church of satan or satanism worship satan, lol. Heck, some still believe in mangkukukalams, dwendes, tiktik, and goblins alike. Some believe in lucky charms and astrology yet they proclaim to be religious. I do not know if they are aware that religion, or the catholic church, forbids their followers to believe in such B.S. There have been murderes in the U.S. who claimed that the devil made them kill people but psychiatrists said they are psychotic fks. A logical person would not buy such crap. These are disturbed… Read more »
Dave
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You haven’t read much about Mother Teresa (sic) if you think she was “kind and loving.”

Robert Haighton
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TheVoiceofReason
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Yeah i did not even want to go into the lies about her.
People in pain are closer to God?
That was her belief.
One of the biggest lies of the current age.
Now one has to wonder why anyone would believe in Jesus when they can see with facts how easy it is to make soneone into a saint and a martyr, now consider 350 years of lies and tall stories about jesus lol.

ChinoF
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Either much satire, or just emphasizing the simple fact that, when bad things happen to good people…. a lot of these bad things are caused by people, not by any “magical” forces.

ren car
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marius, The reason that people can’t sort themselves out are predominantly Catholics. All religions have their fair share of atrocities committed against each other as well as atheists. When two opposing radical ideologies collide – all hell would break lose. I never said nor implied that the Philippines is better than the other 27 countries on the highest crime rate. My point was bad things happen to good people especially in the Phlippines is factually false and misleading. How can someone possibly boldly claim that the Philiipines is ESPECIALLY a violent culture, or as zaxx put it, bad things happen… Read more »
ChinoF
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Zaxx isn’t only claiming that violence is an especially profound thing in the Philippines. Perhaps you need too look around, not just news, and tune in to so many word-of-mouth stories and other things going around about people getting killed left and right. I remember meeting a friend somewhere near welcome rotonda. He pointed to a pedicab driver. “That guy is a contract killer. Give him P15,000, he’ll kill someone for you.” I could not substantiate that claim, but it’s not farfetched either.

ChinoF
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..isn’t the only one claiming…

ren car
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Chinoff, I heard so many stories like that when ilI was living in the slums of Manila and most, not all, of them are just talk. Here is my point. I would feel safer walking in the slums of tondo than in the slums of Rio de Janeiro or acapulco Mexico where murder is the norm. There are violent and senseless murders in the Philipines but not “Especially” in the Philippines. To say “especially in the Philippines gives the readers an idea that it is the worst in the world – which is factually false based on studies and statistics.… Read more »
ChinoF
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The thing is, when you say “we’re not the worst in the world,” it could contain the between-the-lines message of, “leave it alone, there’s no problem, let’s not do anything….”

marius
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>. My question to you is do you view our society as a violent and lawless culture? Is killing and murder the norm in our country? Is it acceptable in our country for its cituzen and law enforcement to not care? The answer is, absolutely, yes. Just to be quite clear: Philippine society is violent and lawless. Killing and murder is both accepted and normal. Human life has no value in this country. If you or your family haven’t experienced it, it could be because you live in a nice gated community and only mix with awfully nice people. For… Read more »
ren car
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how do I know that there are miore serial killers in the US than in the Philippines? Well, for one thing, it is pretty much documented. Here is a partial list. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_serial_killers_in_the_United_States Now, can you give me a list of serial killers in the Philippines, hmmm? what about mass murderers? Are you going to refute my claim that there are more mass murderers in the U.S. than in the Philippines? The Philippines is a lawless soceity? Really? Here is the problem with your argument. You have not set foot in other third world countries. If you get a chance to… Read more »
marius
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All you’ve proved here, ren car, is that Filipinos have appallingly low standards. >> The Philippines is a lawless soceity? Really? Here is the problem with your argument. You have not set foot in other third world countries. What does that have to do with anything? Aren’t we talking about the Philippines here? But since you want to compare, here is the difference between civilized countries and the Philippines: Civilized country: “One murder is one murder too many. We must do what we can to make sure such things don’t happen. Whatever we are doing today, we must do better… Read more »
Greg
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If there is an implication that the girl died in a plane wreck because she/ her family sinned; well I believe that is sick. Many bad people do bad things and bad things don’t happen to them. Moreover, if there is an implication that the Canadian was beheaded because he sinned; well, he was beheaded for not being Muslim; nothing to do with Christian sin. Actually, everyone is ‘sinning’ according to the terrorists in Mindanao, so no repentance will stop that.

Aeta
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Religion doesn’t work for the Failippines and Fliptards.

Greg
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I have to agree. Having faith has meaning to people; my Filipina wife is Catholic and her faith gives her support. The problem is the Vatican is sitting there with gazillions of dollars, while the street children I have seen in Manila and Cebu City starve and live in filth. The church has done nothing about corruption, poverty, disease, child abuse; however the poor in the Phils. continue to believe their faith will help them.

Robert Haighton
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Greg,

“while the street children I have seen in Manila and Cebu City starve and live in filth”

Pls blame the parents of those street children. They were the ones who procreated while at the same being those parents were as poor as shit.
Sensitive parents wont procreate in such situations even if they are religious (or not religious).
You cant blame the Vatican for something 2 mature adults (the parents) did and do. Nobody put a gun to their head and ordered them to fuck/procreate. No matter what, but we all have something called “free will”.

Greg
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Robert, Yes the irresponsible parents are to blame for their actions, and I have been saying birth control is absolutely necessary in the country. I was in the Philippines a week ago and, frankly, I don’t like visiting because of the many nasty things I see, such as pimped street kids ( saw one begging at SM in Cebu City). The article is about the major religious faith in the country, so the crux of my argument is that Filipinos praying for things to improve there is futile. However, the children are not to blame for being born into poverty;… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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Greg, I enjoyed visiting your country (USA) always. Never felt scared or afraid. Great nature, interesting buildings and parks. Back to PH. Birth control is a sensitive topic in the Philippines. Either its not available despite the RH law, or it is expensive or they are against using it. Welcome to a religious poor 3rd world country. I only experienced one begging boy (maybe 8 or 10 years old) in Cebu City (while my GF and I were having lunch) and I told him something I probably cant repeat here on this website. I agree, Gregg, we cant blame those… Read more »
434Hyden007toro9999.9999
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434Hyden007toro9999.9999
Whatever you believe, I respect it. As long as you respect my belief or unbelief, also… Maybe, there are really “evil spirits”…some “evil spirits” possessed: Aquino; Mar Roxas; Porky Drilon; the Liberal Party; COMELEC Bautista; SMARTMATIC; etc… these “evil spirits”, induced these evil people to cheat in the 2016 election. I am now beginning to believe that Aquino, is being possessed by “evil spirits”…who told him to steal thru:DAP, PDAF, Pork Barrel; etc…who told him to hide, during the Luneta Chinese hostage massacre… I think we need an EXOCIST, who can exorcise most of our political leaders, and the Philippines,… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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Hyden,
does that mean it is impossible to NOT respect one’s belief?
How can you expect me to respect BS? (BS stands for bull shit).

We were not raised that way and we were not educated (in school) that way. To respect BS. We will never respect BS and not respect stupidity. And believing in an imaginary thing is indeed BS.

Even to ask to be respected is already BS.

444Hyden007Toro999.99
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444Hyden007Toro999.99

@Robert Haighton:

We think differently. We see things differently. We taste things differently. We are all unique in this universe, and in this creation. So, we leave everything, as they are…

I respect your belief…you respect mine. So, there is no conflict.

There are many things in life, we cannot understand yet. To debate those things is nonsense. I just want to live in peace !

Robert Haighton
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Hyden, we are not that unique; we all are human beings with all the same drive and goals. We want to live in peace (no war zone), we want to live comfortably, we want to travel; we want to be happy. Unless of course your desire is for the exact opposite. Then you are indeed unique. I will never ask you (or anybody else) to respect me nor to respect my belief. And I will never respect somebody is believes in ´dog shit´. To only thing I believe in is myself. Not a stupid book (bible), not a stupid imaginary… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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Hyden,
In my neck of the Woods, the definition of respect goes as follow:

You have to earn and deserve my respect based on your personal achievements in life.

I have to earn and deserve your respect based on my personal achievements in life.

If and when I achieve(d) nothing, nobody will respect me.
Whatever my achievements are or may be, they are not achieved to get that respect but to make my own life more comfortable. I am not working nor living for others to get their respect.

555Hyden007Toro999.99
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555Hyden007Toro999.99
@Robert Haighton: The life in you…can you understand it? Why you were born, and why you die ? Why is your heart beating? Can you understand it ? Respect is what you view on people. If you don’t respect me , because of my belief. Then, I cannot help you…I will continue to follow my belief, even if you don’t respect me. It is your problem, not mine. Many things we cannot understand. We don’t know many planets yet in our galaxy. There are many galaxies…Many stars, novas, quarks, black holes, white holes, etc…existing. We do not know. if there… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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Hyden, me not respecting you is not my problem. I just wanted/want to share that the PH definition of respect is of a nediocre standard. Our definition lies much higher. Just because you are older or you are a parent doesnt earn you any respect. While in PH you are getiing more respect than someone who is younger and maybe achieved more in her/his life. That is something that I really dont get. I did the mano to my pinay GFs parents but it felt quite humiliating. So it was done with an empty heart and an empty head. Examples… Read more »
777Hyden007Toro9999.999
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777Hyden007Toro9999.999

@Robert Haighton:

It is the culture of the Philippines. Mano, Kuya, Ate, etc…like your Dutch culture, also…

The things , I cited , we don’t understand yet. Even those who studied in the best universities, with the best degree.

Many things in this world, life, reality…we cannot/don’t understand.

Ask any of the best Doctor in Holland : “Why your heart is beating?”…”Why you were born and why you die?” Those other questions, I ask, ask them…see how they answer.

Robert Haighton
Member

“Why you were born and why you die?”
I was born bec my parents made love deliberately because my mom wanted a son after having 2 daughters already.

Why will I die?
Because human cells do age. If we can stop (cell) ageing then we will live longer and eventually have eternal life on earth. And they are already busy with doing that research as we speak.

So dont get surprised when we will be able to live forever within a few decades.

222Hyden007Toro9999.99
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222Hyden007Toro9999.99

@Robert Haighton:

You did not understand my question…people making love, do no assure that they will produce a child. Why was not other people born, instead of you?

Who created those cells in your body ,that age? Did they come out and made themselves?

Where did these things began? Big Bang, and all the magic of life came out?

If magic was there…who was responsible for the magic?

Robert Haighton
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Hyden, I understand where you wanna go. You want me to say that GOD is responsible for all that. Sure, I dont mind. He was the great inventor of everything. Okay, so can we leave that behind us now and move on? Do you know who was the first person who invented the cassette tape? Do I care? Thank god, another person invented the CD. Do I worship those guys that invented the cassette tape and CD? Hell, no. They got paid for it. So please, again, can we move on. And appreciate all inventions that came after your buddy?… Read more »
Aeta
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Fliptards keep using religion as a prop to feel good about themselves and justify what they do; but, it hasn’t done a damn thing to end poverty and corruption in their country. if anything religion only magnifies the problems. The Fliptards don’t need religion; it needs to overhaul its corrupt culture.

Greg
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I believe that Duterte is unique for wanting to introduce family planning/ birth control into the country; without it there will be perpetual poverty/ desperation/ overpopulation / child pimping/ prostitution. Many corrupt politicians around the world want people to remain poor, so their votes can be bought. In America you see this with Obama/ Clinton/ Democrats promising free everything and making people ‘feel’ like victims. Socialists do this because they have little of value to offer, other than victimhood, free handouts, political correctness and death. On my mutiple trips to Phils over the years I have observed the culture. People… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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Greg, I dont know that very much about immigrants coming to America. Do they work what Americans themselves dont wanna do or is it just keeping them (the immigrants) busy and ‘from the streets’? What I do know is that (North) America was build on immigrants in the first place; the Irish, the Italians, the other Europeans. For most of them it was ‘the promised land’. What you say about the Mexican immigrants I see today with those Syrian immigrants coming to Europe. I see footages on TV with a woman having a young child. Every time when I see… Read more »
Greg
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Robert, Well some Mexicans do jobs that Americans don’t want to do, specifically because millions of Americans don’t work, and are on welfare. In past times Americans did those jobs. Numerous people here, for instance, tradesman, have lost their jobs because illegals work for half( or less than half) the pay; they also, as a result, drive down wages of citizens. Americans cannot compete if 3rd world wages are offered. The government does not enforce the laws. I cringe when I see Muslim migrants flooding into Europe. The situation in Sweden, Germany, Netherlands is being created by globalist politicians who… Read more »
staser
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Mexico itself is not the cancerous parasite, it is the change in US policy and attitude towards Mexican migrants. In the past Mexicans were only allowed in through work on temporary stays without promises of immigration through employment, a contract which could be renewed every year. This slowly got relaxed, culminating in the termination of the Bracero Program followed by the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965 (aka the Hart-Celler Act), which literally opened up the flood gates to illegal immigration the US inherits today. The reason why the Western world suffers from illegal immigration of this magnitude today (along… Read more »
Robert Haighton
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Greg,
The (Dutch) political party I usually vote for has the same outlook on immigrants as I do. They are ‘conservative’ when it comes to the number of immigrants allowed to enter the Netherlands. Unfortuneely, we also have to deal with EU regulations.

“These migrants’ values are not compatible with our more liberal western values.”
I am sure they even hate us for that (liberal western laws).
But both Zaxx and Grimwald probably hate my country too for having too liberal laws (same-sex marriage; abortion; divorce; euthanasia – to name just a few).

Greg
Guest
What you say is mostly true; however, no, Mexico is a cancerous parasite. The Mexican government, including former and current president, come here and lecture Americans about how it would be bigoted to erect a border wall. Then, hypocritically, they arrest and imprison illegal Guatelamans, Hondurans, etc., who break into their country. Mexico likes the billions of dollars in remittances from Mexican workers in the U.S.; it’s one of their top GDP sources. Mexico is happy to rid itself of its trash, which the U.S. pays for via welfare, crime, etc. Poor people are not trash( class has nothing to… Read more »
staser
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It makes no sense to call a foreign entity a parasite for things that the host knowingly and deliberately allowed them to do. Mexico started to behave this way because the US softened up like a marshmallow and gave them the means to do so. Big mistake. Neighboring countries in other parts of the world are deporting or punishing migrants who enter illegally and they have nowhere near the same kinds of immigration problems, so what’s the US’s excuse? If the West stopped being so liberal and started being more strict, conservative, and valued the principles and heritage their nations… Read more »
Greg
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The Mexican illegals and government would be parasitic regardless of the Quisling U.S. Government’s actions. If America’s non-existent government was against illegals they would still try to come for their handouts. Yes, the Quisling U.S. Government represents foreign interests over those of America; which is why I stated the U.S. no longer exists. The illegals themselves and Mexican gov knowingly parasitize millions of U.S. taxpayers without their consent. The people run the government with tax money. As far as conservative and liberal are concerned, those words have no meaning; they are misused. Bush was not a conservative( although the average… Read more »
staser
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All this US handout culture is the reason for their own demise. And forget about Mexicans for a minute. Where I live in the US there are boatloads of Koreans, Chinese, and Filipinos working illegally. Just imagine if these countries also shared a border with the US. They’d all be taking advantage of the country and its bizarre neurotic PC/handout culture like crazy. US citizens are too defeated to do anything about it and have been silenced in fear of being labeled bigoted. Other countries parasitize US taxpayers because they know they can without fear of being ousted. Like I… Read more »
Camara
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Higgs Boson discovery of the God particle that suggest before big bang that everything is nothing became no thing, evolutionist suggest that the “thing” is the God particle. Even this discovery can’t disprove God existence, since God is impervious to reasoning. This idiot gene of man is for self preservation understanding corruption and righteousness.

vagoneto rieles
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To Zaxx… First off, I would like to congratulate and applaud you for ‘baring your soul’ to a readership that you know are made up of agnostics, cynics, (real and put-on)… as well as like minded individuals. Given that the country is in a flux…with politicians of all stripes making nice to the new ‘sheriff-in-town’; to policemen going on a killing binge to prove their zeal in crime-fighting; and,the President-elect himself making the rounds to ensure that everyone is forewarned of the imminent ‘reckoning’…you might have written along these lines and, have been spared some grief. At the risk of… Read more »
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