Alright, apologizing for being focused on Tumblr, but I really cannot get over with the shit about the 5D Mark III and worse, the frustrations. Kidding aside, I never fit in the social groups. I always thought I was someone very, strange: Someone who cannot whistle or maybe balance a two-wheeled bicycle– that’s what made me think that I’m meant to “fall.” Well, it’s a week of suffering for all of us, but don’t make this a reason why you’re “suffering.” It’s not always suffering every Holy Week; truth is, most people go on real “vacation” rather than going to the church to confess their sins. Well, truth is, I’m not a devout Catholic. I don’t go to confession anymore (and I swear, I won’t ever confess my sins to a servant of God; like what? Ironically, why confess your sins to a servant of God if their only advice would be pray this and that if… my granny’s right, after all).
Alright, there’s something I’d like to share with you… again.
The Truth Hurts by David Pagulayan: Reactions
So lemme start with James Soriano, someone who praised the English language for being the language of the learned. It is actually a misunderstanding that he was only sarcastic against the educational system of the Philippines (well, side note: K-12 won’t include Philippine History in college, which sucks dick since according to a historian, the government is very selfish and wanted the Filipinos to only concentrate in three subjects. One word: BOO). Take note: Sarcastic. That is because everything in the government is written in English, and unfortunately, my parents were also miseducated with the fact that English should be more given attention to than Filipino. Now let me explain the historical details (Warning: Read @ yer own risk)…
Y’know why the Americans invaded us? Go to Emilio Aguinaldo’s grave and ask him! His stupidity led the Americans to invade the Philippines, and hamper development. Well, American invasion shouldn’t be really a factor, since it was during the reign of the “Mother of Democracy (kuno)” that led the Philippines to poverty. That’s right. It’s oligarchy that held hands with imperialism (of the American invaders) which shattered the Philippines… and look what happened. Going back to the Aguinaldo thing, it was Mabini who advised Aguinaldo NOT to welcome the Americans, but Aguinaldo refused to listen. Well, to make the story short, in most American war films, Americans always win– but to think that the Americans defeated the Filipinos? Well, they really cannot capture Aguinaldo after all… which of course, worsened history itself. We all know that Aguinaldo is a traitor, since he was the mastermind under the death of Bonifacio. So, yes. Unfortunately, everything is reserved for the elites. Almost everything that you see… is only for the elites. Nothing. It’s only the stupidity of Aguinaldo that made the Philippines a wailing lady that is hoping for her “true love” to come… now who’s that true love? It’s no other than freedom itself. We may be free for some instance, but in our minds, not really. Imperialism and oligarchy ruined it. These two factors are very lethal because one country won’t prosper at all if we continue to let these two evils flow… and with that, it’s the end of the Philippines, and when that happens, it’s the end of the world.
So now y’know why the elites exploit the mass people, eh?
With regards to Mideo Cruz’s Poleteismo, it is like a message to the RH Bill, and of course, to the current situation that, in the Bible, it was said, “Go forth and multiply,” and that was Jesus, covered in condoms to represent birth control. Now why get offended, Filipinos? All right, since the Philippines is a predominantly Catholic country, we get insulted. It’s like dissing God and the angels. If we know the deeper perspective, it is because the Church interferes the state’s decisions. Like, c’mon, divorce, abortion? NO? Divorce may be legalized, but only provided if women are battered by their spouses. Abortion may be legalized if you’re either raped… everything should be modified. It’s like, “We’re not devout Catholics, so please, leave us be.” One joke that I made was this…
Rather than, “Leave us alone, so Noli Me Tangere!”
It might turn out to be, “Leave us alone, so laissez-faire!”
Feisty People are well-admired: Shut up!
Being feisty, according to New Oxford American Dictionary means, “touchy and aggressive.” Touchy means, “oversensitive and irritable.” This may be true in the case of the likes of AA Klenk, but why is she respected? For being frank and feisty!? For God’s sake, why is Miriam Defensor-Santiago slammed for being a psycho? For me, Madame Senator deserves more respect, it’s only that her way of being feisty is due to her over-intelligence as a person, thus, losing a certain amount of EQ. Annabelle Rama? Well, for most people, she’s misunderstood. She is only fighting for her beliefs. However, the media would depict her as someone monstrous, but good news is that, she has a good side, and that’s her sense of humor. Also, Cebuano people are known for being feisty.
There are many more feisty people like Katrina Halili, although not frank. Katrina Halili is really feisty and like what I said before, she shows off her bitchy side. People look up to her with respect because she doesn’t really care about the issues surrounding her. I also did admire her because she always admit her mistakes and she IS the real fighter.
To quote Roxy:
Katrina Halili is sexy, but she was looked up to with respect. But Cristine? Even her career went succesful than Katrina, most people do not feel it because of her behavior and continued objectifying herself than proving her worth.
Katrina Halili knows how to carry herself, in some ways. Compared to the cunt, although she had her nose and tittays done, she admits it. But for AA, she never admitted that she had nip-tucks, because she always claims about her German ancestry. Like, seriously? Germans have a big body built, unlike AA, who is obviously petite and at the same time, her arms are overly-liposuctioned. Katrina Halili looks healthier and more on-the-go, unlike AA. (Gah, compare and contrast mode na naman ako!)
Posted on April 8, 2012, in Department of Liberal Arts, Fearless Forecast, Free Elective, Opinion, Photography, Photography Memoirs, The Historian and tagged frank, photography, thoughts, truth hurts. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.