- It is the System, not Corona - December 13, 2011
- Ang Pinoy Nga Naman - December 12, 2011
- Filipinos are NOT rude to foreigners unless, we have to be. (In response to Mr Steven Macon) - November 29, 2011
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You said,” we are dependent on two things to keep our economy afloat,” well, our economy might be in its worst but certainly we have people who are in the Philippines who work in offices, who pay taxes and contribute to the country’s annual budget, do we? We have professionals, yes we produce intelligent Filipinos, working in the Philippines who are far more excellent than some Americans can ever be. So please, if you do not like the Philippines pack your bags and leave. I think foreigners especially Americans have stayed long enough in our country they should stop interfering with our affairs and let us solve our problems our own way. We do not need more Americans in the Philippines. You have done us enough damage.
We are one of the poorest countries in the world. Our success is overshadowed by our failures. But you know what makes me proud being a Filipino? In spite of our circumstances, the problems we have with our corrupt government, our desperation to get out of poverty and our constant but silent fight against people who judge us, we still manage to smile and see the brighter side of things. We believe in the good, we stand up and carry on after a fall. We are resilient to the adversities being thrown at us. We are not perfect and we will not insist we are better than any other race.
There is a saying, “Respect begets respect.” Maybe we are treated with respect because we know how to respect other culture’s values. What I find most shocking is not what you have said Mr. Macon but how you have said it. Your article is full of hatred and disgust of us Filipinos that I suggest you divorce your wife then. Leave the Philippines and never come back because I think nobody would miss you. I would not flinch if you call me rude.