As long as the squatters remain where they are and are allowed to flourish, the Philippines will not reach its full potential as a business hub that finds favor in the eyes of foreign investors. No amount of volunteer cleanup initiatives will fix this underlying problem. Squatters indiscriminately dump waste onto Manila’s waterways. In other words, the…Read More In order to keep Manila Bay clean, Manila’s squatter infestation needs to be eradicated
Yellows are now saying it’s so easy to clean up Boracay and Manila Bay. Then why didn’t former President Noynoy Aquino do it? Perhaps Noynoy didn’t think it was that easy. He didn’t do much during his term except use public funds to bribe members of Congress and to fund his party’s election campaign. I’m…Read More Yellow Opposition now say cleaning Manila Bay is “easy”. Why didn’t PNoy do it?
Manila is not just a city. It is the seat of the Philippine government, and the cultural and financial capital of the country. If Filipinos are to take pride in being Filipino, they necessarily need to be able to take pride in their country’s premiere city. The Philippine Opposition, unfortunately, are, as usual, going for…Read More Why cleaning Manila Bay is important to ALL Filipinos
Filipino “Netizens” are supposedly at arms over the latest littering scandal to make the rounds — this year, specifically, the mounds of rubbish left by Christmas revelers at the Luneta this year. Again. But this just follows a long tradition of slobbery as evident in these search results. Yellowtard senatorial candidate Florin Hilbay went as…Read More Tradition of slobbery in Philippine public places mars Christmas 2018. Again.