Tuesday, March 29, 2011
On Death Penalty and Summary Executions
Some Filipino oppose death penalty to be metted by regular court in China; but are not interested in the WEEKLY summary execution in Metro Manila. Ang mga victims ay naka masking tape ang buong mga mukha at may nakasulat na message: "Huwag Tularan ang mga Pusher", merong mga marks ng torture bago pinapatay. The frequency of these killings is even more than the pattern of a serial killer. They are not even bothered about having a mayor who is popularly known as "Berdugo ng Maynila" (means Summary Executioner of Manila), plain hypocricy, what a shame.
Moralists and Humanists endlessly debate on abortion and contraceptive issues. Some even consider the poor sector as a large pool of unwanted children, and they use this perception as a reason of wanting full government subsidy on artificial contraceptives. In my opinion, they don't see the bigger picture on pupulation size issues. If population size is really a big problem already, I believe death penalty is the best form of population control program because it gets rid of those persons who are already judged as menace or unwanted in society. Ang kabataan ang pag-asa ng bayan (children is the hope of society) because they replace the older generation.
Moral Lesson sa DEATH PENALTY sa China. Pag mag-travel kayo, huwag kayong mag-tiwala sa mga friends and kamag-anak na nag-papadala ng mga kung ano-anong nakabalot na bagay. Huwag din tanggapin ang alok na pahihiraman ka ng luggage bag. Okay?
Kung nabitay ka dahil talagang totoong drug mule ka, ehhh okay lang yan, buti nga sayo. Pero kung innocent ka at nahuli ka dahil pa-tanga-tanga ka sa panghihiram ng luggage, ehhh okay lang din yan dahil at least mabawasan ng isang tanga ang mundo, population size control na rin yan.
I dedicate this blog to my FB friends who celebrate their birthdays today. Angela De Taza Raagas, Anthony Joseph, Cindy Lison, Eden Areola-amper, Franco Macion, Gladys Ibasan, Ivan Lilles, Jhelly Ace Reyes, Jossie Remollo Bernardo