We all know that the REAL poor are in rural areas, they do not have bank accounts, and their little children help work. Why is DSWD lazy in reaching out to these REAL poor people? Why is the Aquino Administration's Conditional Cash Transfer Program (CCTP) deliberately using the criteria that the beneficiary MUST have a bank account and schooling children? It appears that his CCTP is not intended to be benefited by the REAL poor.
Let me tell you how oligarch leaders steal money from the government. The circle of friends of oligarchs are big utility companies selling electricity, telecommunication, real estate, airlines, petroleum. These companies increase prices at the highest possbile profiteering level. When the noisy poor people complain, oligarch leaders gives away conditional cash transfer program (CCTP) to "soften" the volume of noise.
Bahala na si "companies" magbigay kay ologarch, walang government audit trace eto, kaya walang makaka-alam.
You can find many articles in the internet showing these companies contributed to the campaign fund of the oligarch.
The real poor are the silent ones in the rural areas. When CCTP is not targetted to the silent rural poor, it means it is only intended to "soften" the volume of noise of people who could probably turn out to make a noise.
Competent or Not right now, we will protect his stay and ensure he finishes his term. So, everyone must help in guiding his administration to the right path. We the people can see what's going on around, we tell PNoy about what we see, we tell him what we want, and we hammer him to do it fast.
The Philippines is now a smorgasbord of corruption scandals. EAT ALL YOU CAN! We are already satiated. The next thing to expect is when glutony will burst stomachs of crocodiles. I was first to use the term CULTURE OF CORRUPTION in Philippines, and you can feel now right through your bones. The next term to watch out is COLLAPSE OF THE PHILIPPINE SYSTEM.