Monday, August 23, 2010

The hostage drama that recently happened to our dear country was really heart breaking,.

I cant help but react too on some comments I've been reading on polls and Facebook,. So I just wanna repost my Facebook shoutout,...

Quite a many people are calling "Where's PNOY on this hostage drama, why didn't he stand at Luneta to make negotiation end",. C'mon it's not a president's job to negotiate with this crazy person,. Comparable to chess board game, ang KING ay hindi ipinapain sa Pawns,.


Many people are also condoning the PNPs on how crappy they handled the situation. At the end of it all I still commend them for not thinking the same way as some commentators think,. Open fire and throw teargas to end the hostage taker's drama. Had they done that no one would have survived.

Wala daw kwenta ang SWAT natin, kulang sa training,. blame that on the previous administration. Puro corruption ang ipinamanang value sa lahat ng sangay ng ating pamahalaan. I cannot blame them. I pity them instead, I hope our soldiers and policemen get the right training they need and deserve to hopefully allow them to serve our country better. As PNOY said, lets do everything PARA SA PAGBABAGO. I did not vote for him last election, but since he's there already, I give him my support and pray that he will really lead our country the better way...

I still have high hopes for our country. Kaya kung sama-sama..

2 comments:

THE BEAUTY JUNKEE said...

this whole thing broke my heart. there are a few good men in the country, and I can't understand why justice itself would oppress these people (capt. mendoza). I do believe that he was provoked. for a good man to do something bad, he must've been really oppressed.

I pray for the foreigners who died, Capt. Mendoza, and the justice in this country.

Askmewhats said...

me too, I do feel bad about what happened but I can't blame the SWAT team too, what's for them to do if they don't have ample training nga di ba? Sana everyone learns from this