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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Paralysis of Evil----Boycott!

Just posted this from a YouTube message of ryebosco

Is it morally wrong to "boycott"? Is this illegal and violent as a form of protest?

Perhaps Filipinos should unite starting on the anniversary of People Power by sim Is it morally wrong to "boycott"? Is this illegal and violent as a form of protest?

Perhaps Filipinos should unite starting on the anniversary of People Power by simply staying home to start the "moral revolution." The majority of Filipinos must end corruption by refusing to serve their corrupt masters--in government or businesses. We, the Filipino workers and consumers are aiding and abetting the greed of the corrupt few in control of the Philippines by going to work everyday and purchasing their products everyday.

Instead of street protests, we Filipinos should stay home and pray (however long it takes--1 day, 1 week, 1 month) and paralyze the corporations of corruption. What better way to peacefully attain "moral revolution" by being with our family at home--teaching our children what is right from wrong. Let us boycott and suffocate the evil greed of the various government institutions and business entities plundering this country.

If Rizal and Ninoy were able to protest in jail against injustice, why not do it with our families at home? We gave birth to the non-violent method of People Power in the streets. Let us show the world another form of peaceful revolution--the moral revolution at home.

Corruption and greed cannot function without the people. Let us simply "boycott."

I hope the church can lead us once again toward idealism and self-sacrifice.

Is it possible to revolt by protesting in our own homes? Will our government and business leaders finally address our grievances and change for the better if we, the people, create an even bigger "bukol" in our economy?

What do you think? Please pass this on to our lawmakers and religious leaders.

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