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Highlights of Pnoy’s Inaugural Speech (personal point-of-view) July 6, 2011

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Highlights of Pnoy’s Inaugural Speech (personal point-of-view)

June 30, 2010 

1. “Many of our countrymen have already voted with their feet – migrating to
other countries in search of change or tranquility. They have endured hardship,
risked their lives because they believe that compared to their current state
here, there is more hope for them in another country, no matter how bleak it may
be. In moments when I thought of only my own welfare, I also wondered—is it
possible that I can find the peace and quiet that I crave in another country? Is
our government beyond redemption? Has it been written that the Filipino’s lot is
merely to suffer?”

*he is right…we (OFWs) are indeed risking our
lives. i do hope that in the end it will all be worth it”

2.”To our
impoverished countrymen, starting today, your government will be your champion.”

*high hopes on this promise…may the Lord bless you to fulfill this.”

3.”Our goal is to create jobs at home so that there will be no need to
look for employment abroad. However, as we work towards that end, I am ordering
the DFA, POEA, OWWA, and other relevant agencies to be even more responsive to
the needs and welfare of our overseas Filipino workers.”

* praying that
the above-mentioned organizations willl take the lead in supporting the OFWs.
it’s really daunting more so demoralizing to see and experience justice hidden
from OFWs….hoy mga nanunungkulan sa nasabing gobyerno…GUMALAW NAMAN
KAYO..WAG NIYONG HAYAANG PATULOY NA BINABABA ANG MGA PILIPINO. ipaglaban ang
karapat dapat ilaban!

4.” there can be no reconciliation without
justice. When we allow crimes to go unpunished, we give consent to their
occurring over and over again”.

*this is a must read for the officials
of phil embassy in abu dhabi.*

 

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