Think about it. Why are all these “activist” rallies organised primarily in Manila. It’s because the “thought leaders” of Filipino activists are mostly Manila folk. Doesn’t that come across as a bit disturbing to Filipinos who come from the rest of the archipelago?
Indeed, located right smack at the centre of Luneta Park, right in front of the Rizal Monument is Kilometre Zero from which all milestones that mark Philippine highways are referenced. Indeed it is true. ALL ROADS lead to Manila — including Philippine politics!
Make no mistake. Like the EDSA “revolution” of 1986 and all the other “activist” circuses launched by the same all-too-familiar personalities, much of what dictates the Philippines’ political ebbs and flows emanates from Imperial Manila.
Elementary statistics teaches us that for a sample to be truly representative of a population, it should be comprised of randomly-selected elements. Manila rallies are anything but representative of the Philippine population overall. This means most Filipinos are being taken for a ride by Imperial Manila “activists”.