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Saturday, March 1, 2008

Malaking Kalokohan (A Big Joke!): The CBCP Pastoral Letter on Moral Crisis

Sabi nga ni Perry Diaz sa kanyang isinulat na isang napakalaking katatawanan o kalokohan ang inilabas na "Pastoral Letter" ng Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines at nagsabi pa na hindi pa rin nawawala ang "moral ascendency" ni Gloria Arroyo. Wala rin silang panawagan para bumaba na sa pwesto si GMA.

Sabagay pag nga naman bumaba kahit sinong pumalit sa kanya ay maaaring wala pa ring mabago sapagkat ang may problema ay hindi lamang kung sino ang nakaupo kundi ang ating sistema at kulturang bumalot sa ating pulitika matapos na maibagsak si Marcos noong 1986. Ito ang kultura ng korupsiyon, cronyism at lagayan na pinauso ni McCoy.

Narito ang komento ni Perry Diaz:

Dear Folks,

The bishops huddled for 10 hours only to conclude at the end of the meeting that "Arroyo has not lost her 'moral ascendancy' to govern despite the mounting allegations of corruption in her government." Whoa! What a bunch of jokesters. From a group who should know the meaning of "moral," I can't believe that they turned a blind eye and a deaf ear to the people's clamor for Arroyo's resignation. I wonder if they could claim that they have the "moral ascendancy" to be the shepherds of their flock.

And to insult the intelligence of the Filipino people, the bishops said that they "wanted Arroyo to address concerns about allegations of corruption in government and wanted her to be part of the efforts to seek reforms to find the proper pathway for our nation to come to political maturity." This is like asking the "Godfather," Vito Corleone, to investigate allegations of criminal activities by his goons and tell them to go straight. Ha ha ha...

Best,
Perry

Eto pa ang isang artikulo...

Mindanao bishops `saved' Arroyo
Written by Aries Rufo
Newsbreak
Thursday, 28 February 2008

Bishops from Mindanao proved to be President Arroyo's saving grace in Tuesday's special meeting of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP).

The CBCP, acting as a plenary council for the second time this year, again refused to join the rising chorus calling for Arroyo's resignation in the face of fresh allegations of massive corruption by her administration.

Instead, the bishops wanted Arroyo to address concerns about allegations of corruption in government and wanted her "to be part of the efforts to seek reforms to find the proper pathway for our nation to come to political maturity."

A major disappointment for sectors seeking Arroyo's downfall was the CBCP conclusion that Arroyo has not lost her "moral ascendancy" to govern despite the mounting allegations of corruption in her government.

The bishops merely pointed out to Arroyo that questions are being raised about her moral ascendancy, which they said she should address.

It was, by far, the longest plenary meeting that was conducted by the CBCP in recent memory. It took them more than 10 hours to come up with a seven-paragraph pastoral statement.

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