This article was written because of the recent massacre of the 44 PNP-SAF and how President Noynoy handles it and his dealings with Islamic terror in the Philippines.
It’s solely from my own perception and observation in my readings of United States politics. So I just show similarities of Obama and Aquino. Obama is a Democrat which is a liberal party.
Most Filipino voters just choose the candidates based on popularity, experience and platform. But more on popularity. The Pinoy voters just don’t mind the political party’s name.
The Liberal Party is not just a party. It’s more than just a namesake to symbolize “freedom from oppression”. It’s not even “freedom of oppression”.
Liberalism is an ideology, a belief, a movement.
Barack Obama and President Pnoy has some similarities, especially in dealing with Islamic terrorists.
Giving money to terrorists
Pnoy admitted to giving P5 million to MILF in 2011 as “donation”.
Obama announced in 2014 that he would give annual donation of $400 million to the Palestinian Authority, but actually Hamas will receive it. Hamas is the terrorist group in Palestine fighting an arm resistance against Israel.
The recent death of 44 special police unit in Maguindanao.
Hamas launches almost daily rocket attack towards Israel, and the building of tunnels.
All of us would love to have peace. Arm campaign by previous governments against the terrorists seems to have no effect on them. So a liberal politician like Pnoy is playing nice to them.
I personally would not deal with adults with broken brains. These Islamic terrorists would just pile up weapons for the next war.
Gay marriage and abortion is a liberal agenda
I have nothing against the use of contraceptives among married couples. But the RH Bill is the precursor to the abortion law that might happen in the years to come. It was the Liberal lawmakers who authored the RH bill.
Why would we make another contraceptive law when we already have a law legalizing the use of condoms and the like? Back in the 1980s, we were already taught sex education.
Lawmakers don’t just pour out in one setting a controversial law, they do it gradually by passing a lighter version of the bigger one. An example is the Slavery law in the US. Before it there was Indentured Servitude, a labor system for an immigrant who came to America and was placed under contract to work for another over a period of time, usually seven years, especially during the 17th to 19th centuries.
Filipino liberal lawmakers would surely make a law that is a forerunner to gay marriage. I hope that wont happen in my beloved Philippines.
Read my article about homosexuality.