Unbalance belief to Philippine Economy
27-Jul-2009 10:16 AM
The opposition said that the Philippines are still a poor country.
The administration says other wise that the Philippines are in good economy.
Who among the two thoughts are true?
We always hear the word truth, finding the true meaning of this notion is our topic today.
Unbalance belief to economy is what it's all about, let's examine.
If you go to the squatter's area you will surely find hard ship, no food, no jobs. It's the worst ever condition for a human to be. In the other side of the barangay you will find malls, high rise buildings, and subdivisions. These are the true face of the Philippines.
But is there hope for the people living in the squatter's area?
Yes there is hope. On the contrary, there are confirm "turn around" situations of which former squatters dweller now live in subdivisions. One of them is reportedly running for the presidency this 2010. Another is now a know reporter, and a number of them are in show business.
The BIG question now is the poor people in the Philippines decreasing?
Is there any improvement in the lives of the Pilipino?
The answer will depend on who are you talking to.
If you ask the oppositions, they will say none.
If you ask the administration they will say yes.
"But if you ask me, this is my reply, let's analyze.
Think about this:
How in the world does a poor country sustain its rising malls?
Who among the Filipino have not eaten at the famous Fast-food chain?
Who is your neighbor now? If you have rich neighbor chances are you live in a subdivision or renting an apartment, the place where you eaten burgers are at the fast-food chain in the mall. If you can go to the mall, most probably you have money to spend and are not jobless.
Do you have an ATM card? It only means that you have money to withdraw.
When is the last time you walk to a place you want to go? Can't remember? It only means that you have money for transportation.
Where are you reading this article? If your in a computer café you have money for rent, if not you have an internet connection using own PC.
Upon analyzing the true facts, what will it be?
Does there any improvement in the lives of the Filipino?
On the lighter side:
A businessman says; "you must go thru red tape to survive in this business."
I said "yes indeed it's hard to go thru red tape, better to use masking tape instead."