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Old May 11th, 2010, 07:37 PM   #101
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di qua cai nay` moi thay' no to khung khiep ,chac la KS to nhat VN roi`
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PHilipin Mơi Bị kơn bão hôi` vưa rôi` ma` SAo nên kinh tê' no chưa tuột hậu hỡ KT minh thây Nươc no' show hinh` thãm lăm' nao la` ỗ chuột rôi ngập lụt Bị bão quêt' wa nhiêu nha` cữa tan tanh` ko biêt no xây dựng lại đông đỗ nat' ây chưa nhĩ kơn bão vưa rôi` COst nhiêu money lăm'
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Old May 12th, 2010, 01:07 AM   #104
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bọn Phi này v́ khắc phục bao nhiu trận băo lụt mà có khi hết sạch cả ngân khố chính phủ,phải kêu gọi viện trợ nước ngoài.
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PHilipin Mơi Bị kơn bão hôi` vưa rôi` ma` SAo nên kinh tê' no chưa tuột hậu hỡ KT minh thây Nươc no' show hinh` thãm lăm' nao la` ỗ chuột rôi ngập lụt Bị bão quêt' wa nhiêu nha` cữa tan tanh` ko biêt no xây dựng lại đông đỗ nat' ây chưa nhĩ kơn bão vưa rôi` COst nhiêu money lăm'
Philippin này nó phát triển kiểu giống bọn China nên thoáng nh́n qua tưởng nó giầu,nghĩa là nó tập chung phát triển mạnh Manila,éo cần quan tâm lắm đến các nơi khác,cóc cần quan tâm đến khoảng cách giầu nghèo càng ngày càng lớn

Việt Nam ta th́ khác,phát triển đều,Sài G̣n gần như bị "buộc" phát triển "chậm" lại để "đợi" Hà Nội và Đà Nẵng cùng phát triển,thứ hai là tỉ lệ nghèo khổ ở ta cũng giảm nhanh vào loại nhất Thế Giới,đấy là chủ trương của Chính Phủ,nghĩa là phát triển đều,vững chắc,dân chủ công bằng,văn minh Nói thẳng ra nếu thả phanh cho Sài G̣n hoặc Hà Nội phát triển th́ Manila chỉ xách dép theo sau thui,Bangkok hay Kuala lumper cũng khó sánh bằng

Chúng ta th́ khác mấy nước kia,chúng ta có tính dân tộc và cộng đồng nhân văn,không thể có những nơi thịnh vượng trù phú phát triển và giầu,khoảng cách giầu nghèo lớn khi mà đồng bào ḿnh c̣n khổ cực,đói rét,v́ thế mà phải phát triển toàn diện,đấy là đạo làm người của cha ông ta đă dạy từ xa xưa,chúng ta không được đánh mất

Nói như thế không có nghĩa là nơi nào cũng phát triển giống nhau,cào bằng được,Hà Nội và Sài G̣n được chỉ định phát triển trở thành thành phố tầm cỡ Thế Giới nên sẽ có những khác biệt
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Philippin này nó phát triển kiểu giống bọn China nên thoáng nh́n qua tưởng nó giầu,nghĩa là nó tập chung phát triển mạnh Manila,éo cần quan tâm lắm đến các nơi khác,cóc cần quan tâm đến khoảng cách giầu nghèo càng ngày càng lớn

Việt Nam ta th́ khác,phát triển đều,Sài G̣n gần như bị "buộc" phát triển "chậm" lại để "đợi" Hà Nội và Đà Nẵng cùng phát triển,thứ hai là tỉ lệ nghèo khổ ở ta cũng giảm nhanh vào loại nhất Thế Giới,đấy là chủ trương của Chính Phủ,nghĩa là phát triển đều,vững chắc,dân chủ công bằng,văn minh Nói thẳng ra nếu thả phanh cho Sài G̣n hoặc Hà Nội phát triển th́ Manila chỉ xách dép theo sau thui,Bangkok hay Kuala lumper cũng khó sánh bằng

Chúng ta th́ khác mấy nước kia,chúng ta có tính dân tộc và cộng đồng nhân văn,không thể có những nơi thịnh vượng trù phú phát triển và giầu,khoảng cách giầu nghèo lớn khi mà đồng bào ḿnh c̣n khổ cực,đói rét,v́ thế mà phải phát triển toàn diện,đấy là đạo làm người của cha ông ta đă dạy từ xa xưa,chúng ta không được đánh mất

Nói như thế không có nghĩa là nơi nào cũng phát triển giống nhau,cào bằng được,Hà Nội và Sài G̣n được chỉ định phát triển trở thành thành phố tầm cỡ Thế Giới nên sẽ có những khác biệt
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Cho ta phiếu bé ngoan làm ǵ chứ,cho số mobile chị gái kook đi
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Cho ta phiếu bé ngoan làm ǵ chứ,cho số mobile chị gái kook đi
kool chỉ có em gái đang học lớp 6 thôi.
chị họ có bạn trai rồi.
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kool chỉ có em gái đang học lớp 6 thôi.
chị họ có bạn trai rồi.
Chị họ là cái chị mà đang học,yêu đương sớm,ko kiềm chế được lỡ dính bầu đó hả??? Ui ui cho ta xin,ta xin
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Hello everyone
Iam not the newcomer but this is my first comment. Sorry i cannot contribute much to the forum since i am currently living abroad.
Pls check the col posted in PLP forum to see how they r talking about us

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By Barth Suretsky
Undated

My decision to move to Manila was not a precipitous one. I used to
work in New York as an outside agent for PAL, and I have been coming
to the Philippines since August, 1982. I was so impressed with the
country, and with the interesting people I met, some of which have
become very close friends to this day, that I asked for and was
granted a year’s sabbatical from my teaching job in order to live in
the Philippines.

I arrived here on August 21, 1983, several hours after Ninoy Aquino
was shot, and remained here until June of 1984. During that year I
visited many parts of the country, from as far north as Laoag to as
far south as Zamboanga, and including Palawan. I became deeply
immersed in the history and culture of the archipelago, and an avid
collector of tribal antiquities from both northern Luzon, and
Mindanao.

In subsequent years I visited the Philippines in 1985, 1987, and
1991, before deciding to move here permanently in 1998. I love this
country, but not uncritically, and that is the purpose of this
article. First, however, I will say that I would not consider living
anywhere else in Asia, no matter how attractive certain aspects of
other neighboring countries may be.

To begin with, and this is most important, with all its faults, the
Philippines is still a democracy, more so than any other nation in
Southeast Asia. Despite gross corruption, the legal system generally
works, and if ever confronted with having to employ it, I would feel
much more safe trusting the courts here than in any other place in
the surrounding area.

The press here is unquestionably the most unfettered and
freewheeling in Asia, and I do not believe that is hyperbole in any
way! And if any one thing can be used as a yardstick to measure the
extent of the democratic process in any given country in the world,
it is the extent to which the press is free.

But the Philippines is a flawed democracy nevertheless, and the flaws
are deeply rooted in the Philippine psyche. I will elaborate… The
basic problem seems to me, after many years of observation, to be a
national inferiority complex, a disturbing lack of pride in being
Filipino.

Toward the end of April I spent eight days in Vietnam, visiting
Hanoi, Hue, and Ho Chi Minh City. I am certainly no expert on
Vietnam, but what I saw could not be denied: I saw a country ravaged
as no other country has been in this century by thirty years of
continuous and incredibly barbaric warfare. When the Vietnam War
ended in April, 1975, the country was totally devastated. Yet in the
past twenty-five years the nation has healed and rebuilt itself
almost miraculously! The countryside has been replanted and
reforested. Hanoi and HCMC have been beautifully restored.

The opera house in Hanoi is a splendid restoration of the original,
modeled after the Opera in Paris, and the gorgeous Second Empire
theater, on the main square of HCMC is as it was when built by the
French a century ago. The streets are tree-lined, clean, and
conducive for strolling. Cafes in the French style proliferate on
the wide boulevards of HCMC. I am not praising the government of
Vietnam, which still has a long way to travel on the road to
democracy, but I do praise, and praise unstintingly, the pride of
the Vietnamese people.

It is due to this pride in being Vietnamese that has enabled its
citizenry to undertake the miracle of restoration that I have
described above. When I returned to Manila I became so depressed
that I was actually physically ill for days thereafter.

Why? Well, let’s go back to a period when the Philippines resembled
the Vietnam of 1975. It was 1945, the end of World War II, and
Manila, as well as many other cities, lay in ruins. (As a matter of
fact, it may not be generally known, but Manila was the second most
destroyed city in the entire war; only Warsaw was more demolished!)

But to compare Manila in 1970, twenty-five years after the end of
the war, with HCMC, twenty-five years after the end of its war, is a
sad exercise indeed. Far from restoring the city to its former
glory, by 1970 Manila was well on its way to being the most tawdry
city in Southeast Asia. And since that time the situation has
deteriorated alarmingly. We have a city full of street people,
beggars, and squatters. We have a city that floods sections
whenever there is a rainstorm, and that loses electricity with every
clap of thunder. We have a city full of potholes, and on these
unrepaired roads we have a traffic situation second to none in the
world for sheer unmanageability.

We have rude drivers, taxis that routinely refuse to take passengers
because of “many trappic!” The roads are also cursed with pollution-
spewing buses in disreputable states of repair, and that ultimate
anachronism, the jeepney! We have an educational system that allows
children to attend schools without desks or books to accommodate
them. Teachers, even college professors, are paid salaries so
disgracefully low that it’s a wonder that anyone would want to go
into the teaching profession in the first place. We have a war in
Mindanao that nobody seems to have a clue how to settle.

The only policy to deal with the war seems to be to react to what
happens daily, with no long range plan whatever. I could go on and
on, but it is an endeavor so filled with futility that it hurts me
to go on. It hurts me because, in spite of everything, I love the
Philippines

Maybe it will sound simplistic, but to go back to what I said above,
it is my unshakable belief that the fundamental thing wrong with this
country is a lack of pride in being Filipino. A friend once remarked
to me, laconically: “All Filipinos want to be something else. The
poor ones want to be American, and the rich ones all want to be
Spaniards. Nobody wants to be Filipino.”

That statement would appear to be a rather simplistic one, and
perhaps it is. However, I know one Filipino who refuses to enter a
theater until the national anthem has stopped being played because
he doesn’t want to honor his own country, and I know another one who
thinks that history stopped dead in 1898 when the Spaniards
departed!

While it is certainly true that these represent extreme examples of
national denial, the truth is not a pretty picture. Filipinos tend
to worship, almost slavishly, everything foreign. If it comes from
Italy or France it has to be better than anything made here.

If the idea is American or German it has to be superior to anything
that Filipinos can think up for themselves. Foreigners are looked up
to and idolized. Foreigners can go anywhere without question. In my
own personal experience I remember attending recently an affair at a
major museum here. I had forgotten to bring my invitation. But while
Filipinos entering the museum were checked for invitations, I was
simply waived through. This sort of thing happens so often here that
it just accepted routine.

All of these things, the illogical respect given to foreigners
simply because they are not Filipinos, the distrust and even
disrespect shown to any homegrown merchandise, the neglect of
anything Philippine, the rudeness of taxi drivers, the ill-manners
shown by many Filipinos are all symptomatic of a lack of self-love,
of respect for and love of the country in which they were born, and
worst of all, a static mind-set in regard to finding ways to improve
the situation.

Most Filipinos, when confronted with evidence of governmental
corruption, political chicanery, or gross exploitation on the part
of the business community, simply shrug their shoulders,
mutter “bahala na,” and let it go at that. It is an
oversimplification to say this, but it is not without a grain of
truth to say that Filipinos feel downtrodden because they allow
themselves to feel downtrodden. No pride.

One of the most egregious examples of this lack of pride, this
uncaring attitude to their own past or past culture, is the wretched
state of surviving architectural landmarks in Manila and elsewhere.
During the American period many beautiful and imposing buildings
were built, in what we now call the “art deco” style (although,
incidentally, that was not a contemporary term; it was coined only
in the 1960s). These were beautiful edifices, mostly erected during,
or just before, the Commonwealth period.

Three, which are still standing, are the Jai Alai Building, the
Metropolitan Theater, and the Rizal Stadium. Fortunately, due to the
truly noble efforts of my friend John Silva, the Jai Alai Building
will now be saved. But unless something is done to the most
beautiful and original of these three masterpieces of pre-war
Philippine architecture, the Metropolitan Theater, it will
disintegrate. The Rizal Stadium is in equally wretched shape.

When the wreckers’ ball destroyed Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial
Hotel in Tokyo, and New York City’s most magnificent building,
Pennsylvania Station, both in 1963, Ada Louise Huxtable, then the
architectural critic of The New York Times, wrote: “A disposable
culture loses the right to call itself a civilization at all!” How
right she was! (Fortunately, the destruction of Pennsylvania Station
proved to be the sacrificial catalyst that resulted in the creation
of New York’s Landmark Commission. Would that such a commission be
created for Manila…)

Are there historical reasons for this lack of national pride? We can
say that until the arrival of the Spaniards there was no sense of a
unified archipelago constituted as one country. True. We can also
say that the high cultures of other nations in the region seemed,
unfortunately, to have bypassed the Philippines; there are no
Angkors, no Ayuttayas, no
Borobudurs. True.

Centuries of contact with the high cultures” of the Khmers and the
Chinese had, except for the proliferation of Song dynasty pottery
found throughout the archipelago, no noticeable effect. True.

But all that aside, what was here? To begin with, the ancient rice
terraces, now threatened with disintegration, incidentally, was an
incredible feat of engineering for so-called “primitive” people. As
a matter of fact, when I first saw them in 1984, I was almost as awe-
stricken as I was when I first laid eyes on the astonishing Inca
city of Machu Picchu, high in the Peruvian Andes.

The degree of artistry exhibited by the various tribes of the
Cordillera of Luzon is testimony to a remarkable culture, second to
none in the Southeast Asian region. As for Mindanao, at the other
end of the archipelago, an equally high degree of artistry has been
manifest for centuries in woodcarving, weaving and metalwork.

However, the most shocking aspect of this lack of national pride,
even identity, endemic in the average Filipino, is the appalling
ignorance of the history of the archipelago since unified by Spain
and named Filipinas.

The remarkable stories concerning the Galleon de Manila, the
courageous repulsion of Dutch and British invaders from the 16th
through the 18th centuries, even the origins of the Independence
movement of the late 19th century, are hardly known by the average
Filipino in any meaningful way.

And thanks to fifty years of American brainwashing, it is few and
far between the number of Filipinos who really know - or even care -
about the duplicity employed by the Americans and Spaniards to sell
out and make meaningless the very independent state that Aguinaldo
declared on June 12, 1898.

A people without a sense of history is a people doomed to be unaware
of their own identity. It is sad to say, but true, that the vast
majority of Filipinos fall in this category. Without a sense of who
you are, how can you possibly take any pride in who you are?

These are not oversimplifications. On the contrary, these are the
root problems of the Philippine inferiority complex referred to
above. Until the Filipino takes pride in being Filipino these ills
of the soul will never be cured.

If what I have written here can help, even in the smallest way, to
make the Filipino aware of just who he is, who he was, and who he
can be, I will be one happy expat indeed!*****
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Old May 13th, 2010, 03:48 PM   #117
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Philippin này nó phát triển kiểu giống bọn China nên thoáng nh́n qua tưởng nó giầu,nghĩa là nó tập chung phát triển mạnh Manila,éo cần quan tâm lắm đến các nơi khác,cóc cần quan tâm đến khoảng cách giầu nghèo càng ngày càng lớn

Việt Nam ta th́ khác,phát triển đều,Sài G̣n gần như bị "buộc" phát triển "chậm" lại để "đợi" Hà Nội và Đà Nẵng cùng phát triển,thứ hai là tỉ lệ nghèo khổ ở ta cũng giảm nhanh vào loại nhất Thế Giới,đấy là chủ trương của Chính Phủ,nghĩa là phát triển đều,vững chắc,dân chủ công bằng,văn minh Nói thẳng ra nếu thả phanh cho Sài G̣n hoặc Hà Nội phát triển th́ Manila chỉ xách dép theo sau thui,Bangkok hay Kuala lumper cũng khó sánh bằng

Chúng ta th́ khác mấy nước kia,chúng ta có tính dân tộc và cộng đồng nhân văn,không thể có những nơi thịnh vượng trù phú phát triển và giầu,khoảng cách giầu nghèo lớn khi mà đồng bào ḿnh c̣n khổ cực,đói rét,v́ thế mà phải phát triển toàn diện,đấy là đạo làm người của cha ông ta đă dạy từ xa xưa,chúng ta không được đánh mất

Nói như thế không có nghĩa là nơi nào cũng phát triển giống nhau,cào bằng được,Hà Nội và Sài G̣n được chỉ định phát triển trở thành thành phố tầm cỡ Thế Giới nên sẽ có những khác biệt
FIlipin co mỗi Manila NGẸt thỡ rôi ko biêt' wa chỗ khac' ma Phat' triễn
cac nươc chung wanh ta cũng co 1 thanh phô' để phat triển thôi Bangkok Kulalumpur nên thây tụi no' bê` ngoai hoanh trang' hơn minh` la phai

nươc ta cư' tư` tư` phat triễn hêt' cã 3 thanh phô' sẽ ok hơn
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FIlipin co mỗi Manila NGẸt thỡ rôi ko biêt' wa chỗ khac' ma Phat' triễn
cac nươc chung wanh ta cũng co 1 thanh phô' để phat triển thôi Bangkok Kulalumpur nên thây tụi no' bê` ngoai hoanh trang' hơn minh` la phai

nươc ta cư' tư` tư` phat triễn hêt' cã 3 thanh phô' sẽ ok hơn
VN ta phát triển đều nh́u lém,ko chỉ có Đà Nẵng đâu,c̣n Vũng Tàu,Nha TRang,Vinh,..........
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Đê` ngị kool Buy mỗi em 1 cuôn' HỌc tiêng dân tộc cấp tấp
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Old May 14th, 2010, 03:16 AM   #120
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Filipin bọn nó chỉ chú trọng mỗi cái Manila thôi, bao nhiêu tiền đổ vào đó hết, dân th́ kéo lên city, cho nên mấy thành phố nghèo nó bỏ hoang đâu có ai ở
nh́n Manila nhà ổ chuột th́ biết )
ko đếm hết đc bao nhiêu
nói thật nếu so sánh với các thành phố VN
th́ bọn này chả có nghĩa địa ǵ hết

bọn Fi này cũng ḱ thị dân VN lắm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cA-uKsvgzFI
ḿnh cũng ghét nó ko kém

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