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Walang Pagsisisi sa Simula

May 19, 2010

This current brouhaha which is a chopseuy of competing vested interests is nothing new. Ngayon nyo lang nalaman? Or dati nyo nang alam at kayo ay bagbubulag-bulagan? O talagang sadyang tanga? Whatever reason people had to vote for Noynoy Aquno – there’s no running away from the effect of their vote and the continuity of events leading to these endless soppy Hispanic telenovela called Philippine politics.

I so want to be wrong on how the Aquino administration will turn out, BUT the realities on the ground are telling a different story. Noynoy Aquino has not even been sworn in – and yet the shenanigans have already started – as previously predicted.

If you’ve heard of fictional novels that were mirrored later on in real-life or as they “life imitates art” – this is one of those.

Back to the Future

Do these sound familiar?

* Too much bureaucracy and delegation – operational paralysis through excessive committee meetings

* A “keep your head down” mentality – yan ang ating tadhana, dun tayo sa panalo

* Lack of relevant citizens initiative – more wowowee than comprehensive debates

* Reluctance to review what we do – that’s so antipinoy, why keep on mocking us

* Unclear vision and direction – platitudes, motherhood statements and more platitudes

* “Can’t do” attitudes – we are weak therefore we can’t think.. WTF

* Defensive attitudes – questions and concerns perceived as attacks

* Lack of clarity of roles – What exactly is a fiscalizer? What is the role of a voter in the value chain of governance?

* Public officials and employees don’t do their job

* Festering, chronic conflicts – Ampatuan, Nantes, Hyatt 10 and Kamaganak Inc.

Of course, they are familiar. That’s our current reality – and it’s not about to change for the better.

People voted supposedly for “change” and by looks of this, Kamaganak Inc will get the treasury notes, while the voters will get “change” – as in, loose change. Boo hooo hoooo... I TOLD YOU SO🙂

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Remember this folks?

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvIYzlplWxQ

Who is the loser now?

And now,  I am gloating, I am rubbing it in!!!😆

2010 Marks The Birth of the Failippines and the Failipino Shitizen

The yellow zombies boast that Pres.  Elect Aquino had 40% of the votes.  I am in the mood for nitpicking and let’s blow this sucker of a 40% out of the water.

Wikipedia lists the latest 2010 election results below:

While Noynoy has 40% of total valid votes cast, he actually has only 24% of total registered voters.

Let’s compare this to Erap’s win, which some experts say was topped off by Aquino’s win.

We then come up with the following table which compares the election counting results.

What the numbers tell us is this:

The 2010 elections had a low turnout – 57% compared to the 1998 elections at 79%.

Aquino may have the higher percentage of total votes versus total turnout BUT he has the lowest percentage of total votes versus total registered voters.

Estrada still has the highest percentage of total votes versus registered voters.

Suddenly the significance of the “overwhelming majority” isn’t that significant at all – the mountain is actually a molehill.

And we have yet to factor in the dismal results of the candidates voted for by said “overwhelming majorities”.

It is an epic performance failure – and we haven’t sworn in Aquino yet.

The best (in a bizarro Failipino sense)  is yet to come!

The yellow zombies, DeQuiros, Quezons, Tordedesillas, Buencaminos, Margallos, Gagelonia, Cugtases of the world… tough luck, walang pagsisi sa simula, suckers!

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19 Comments
  1. “We are a dysfunctional country…” – Richard Gordon.

    Ang hindi naniniwala, bulag at binge.

  2. Paolo permalink

    to add: tanga.

  3. Maria Palmera permalink

    * * *

    Here’s the current, albeit (to Catholics) blasphemous, ditty:

    Ninoy has died

    Noynoy has risen

    Peping will come again.

    * * *

    picked it up from the Tulfo article. LOLZ.

  4. bokyo permalink

    “Ninoy has died

    Noynoy has risen

    Peping will come again.”

    A big LOL coming from Tulfo😀

    Start the “i-told-you-so” campaign. Now😛

  5. bokyo permalink

    “The yellow zombies, DeQuiros, Quezons, Tordedesillas, Buencaminos, Margallos, Gagelonia, Cugtases of the world… tough luck, walang pagsisi sa simula, suckers! ”

    Didn’t you forget Shalani and Evangelista?

  6. Everyone in mind sure is included! LOL

  7. Kulang na lang gamitin ni Tulfo ang harsh language style niya…

    “Mga bobo’t-tanga ang mga Pinoy!”😆

  8. Maria Palmera permalink

    I still wish Pokwang would go for Central Bank governor. Bagay sya dun. Para ma legitimate yung mga nag pa five – six.

    Another alternative would be DTI. She can sell kulambo and payong all day long. “Bili na kayo kulambo kasya sampu kaya lang nakatayo.”

  9. WTF DUDE!!! permalink

    soo………….adam carolla will say again in another new podcast “PUT UR SHIT TOGETHER FAILAPINOS!!!”
    xD

  10. On 11 May, just when the presidential election results were coming in, I couldn’t help but tweet, “woke up sad.” That was just a moment when I felt so hopeless for my country. I didn’t think that millions, as in millions actually voted for NA (how very appropriate!) and coming in 2nd was former president Estrada. Gosh, how stupid can we get? Well, very stupid. And as if that wasn’t enough, I also read that the Marcoses are back in power… the old politicians are back in the Senate, topped by no less than Bong Revilla, closely followed by another Estrada and hey, even Lito Lapid got himself re-elected. And I don’t even want to go into the political dynasties reigning supreme forever in their own turfs.
    I wanted to weep for the future, for my children and grandchildren… What is wrong with us? Why do we keep voting for the same people who promise us so much and deliver so little? History is suppose to make us wise. And herein lies the answer, we don’t have a sense of history period. We easily forget, we are so focused on the short-term results, myopic-visioned people that we are.
    My daughter is entering college this school year and on that morning, I just had to tell her (again), to ask her, to please, please, study hard. You have got to help the Philippines when it’s your turn. Us? My generation ruined our chance, I hope the next generation will do a much better job in running this country.

  11. MaskmanReturns permalink

    hahhahahah Phil.will fail under the leadership of Noynoymon bwahahahhahahha.Yes boy defend noy now just u wait 4 6 yrs.of humiliation in da Phil.hahahhahaha

    And oh yeah great job 2 Tulfo although I haven’t read the Inq yet(i have to read it later)4 telling the truth 2 the what u say yellow zombies.

    And oh Noy’s win was by majority? Take a look at BongV last topic here:

    What the numbers tell us is this:

    The 2010 elections had a low turnout — 57% compared to the 1998 elections at 79%.

    Aquino may have the higher percentage of total votes versus total turnout BUT he has the lowest percentage of total votes versus total registered voters.

    Estrada still has the highest percentage of total votes versus registered voters.

    Suddenly the significance of the “overwhelming majority” isn’t that significant at all — the mountain is actually a molehill.

    And we have yet to factor in the dismal results of the candidates voted for by said “overwhelming majorities”.

    It is an epic performance failure — and we haven’t sworn in Aquino yet.

    haha and Comelec thinks that Phil.Elec.is credible?This year’s election is surrounded by controversy man.

  12. WTF DUDE!!! permalink

    yep here ya go

    see this xD

  13. vj alano permalink

    don’t forget Esposo, the Peping Cojuangco accomplice in COPA

  14. joey permalink

    This year’s election is depressing, I can’t move on, it’s worst than a break up because my country is at stake.

  15. boombox permalink

    Title: Trapo
    Album:
    Artist: Yano

    Jueteng at illegal logging
    May sideline, rape at kidnapping
    Dealer ng shabu at uzi
    Commander ng private army

    May ari ng subdivision
    Stock holder ng corporation
    Landlord na land robber pa
    Anak ka ng, bobong tanga!

    Ang hirap mong hulihin
    Lahat kaya mong bilhin
    Wala kang silbe
    Wala kang silbe sa amin!

    Trapo! trapo ka kasi
    Trapo! trapo trapo ka kasi!

    Di na binoboto pero nanalo

    May misis pero siyam ang kabit
    Naadik kaya sabik na sabik
    Ang kapal mo, hindi ka manipis
    Ginugudtaym mo lang ang aming buwis

    Mas maraming absent kesa sa present
    Di ginagawa, kanyang assignment
    Mula lunes hanggang biyernes
    Wala sa congress, panay beauty rest!

    Ang sarap mong ihawin! ipalamon sa mga pating
    Wala kang silbe!
    Wala kang silbe sa amen!

    Trapo! trapo ka kasi
    Trapo! trapo trapo ka kasi!

    Di na binoboto pero nanalo

  16. NotMasochisticFilipino permalink

    I know this is kinda off-topic here but, I’d like to see how El Barako and nuj_zurcaled will react about this.

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