Archive for November, 2013

Someone posted a comment on what i wrote entitled “Remind me not to hate.”
And “the wife of DILG Secretary Korina Sanchez.”

My answer: puwede mo naman ibalanse ang pagtulong sa mga nabiktima, sa gobyerno at maging kritiko sa mga nangyayari. Ang masama ay kung pinipigilan mo ang isang tao para magpuna. Paano na lang kung ang kaya nya lang itulong ay ang maging kritiko sa mga nangyayari?

Tandaan po natin na ang pagtulong ay hindi kailangan na isapubliko.

Anyway, salamat po sa team. Sa mga nagdonate ng gamot, pagkain at iba pa… bitbit po ng team ang inyong mga binigay na tulong diretso sa Tacloban via C130.


Eto po ang picture ng pauwi from tacloban.


DSWD warehouse.


Living quarters. Bring your own tent. Nakakaligo ang team kapag may ulan. 🙂


Tarpaulins na gagamitin para maging tent






…Our Politicians who used the super typhoon as their chance to enhance their name.


We have a president who used the typhoon to make revenge. (Tacloban is the province of their family enemy), and who is also known for “noy-noying locally” now went “globally.”

We have a Vice President who gave away reliefs with his name on it. Whose wife with a case for graft and corruption. 

We have our cabinet members and officials who cannot admit their shortcomings and with questionable credibility.

We have our DILG Secretary who wanted to become a President.

We have our lawmakers  who are more concerned of unjustly enriching themselves at the expense of people’s lives.

We have  our Judiciary whose reputation are tainted with untruthfulness.

We have the local media and can be considered unreliable, bias and corrupt.

We have the religious sectors who bash each other  at the expense of insulting the dead.

We have the business sectors trying to abused employees and circumvent the labor laws.

We have the voters who kept on selling their votes and voting the wrong ones.

We have the people, wealth, pride and freedom but was misused and abused.

If we can no longer smile, we Filipinos will vanish by collective suicide.

While Super typhoon Haiyan plowed Tacloban, Some People plowed Gaisano Mall.

(Picture taken from the internet)

Robbing during a calamity is unacceptable. If it was food, perhaps i may understand them. But, REFRIGERATORS and BAGS?

Actually, i do not want to post statements to urge the public to donate. However, Tacloban is one of the smallest islands affected by the super typhoon Haiyan. We cant choose the people who we need to help. To put everything in place, we must understand them or some of them. Maybe they lacked food or may have really lost their properties.

The act of those who robbed the Gaisano Mall should not mean that all Tacloban locals should be classified as looters or robbers. Majority of them needs our help.