Despite the Aquino administration effort to beautify its Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Program on the public that its implementation will benefit many Filipinos especially the poor ones, its main agenda stinks and smells selfish increasement of wealth of the capitalists in the Philippines whether Rich Filipino Businessmen or Rich Foreign Investors, rather than benefiting the poor sectors in the Philippines, financially, among those organizations who support and advocates the welfare of the poor in the Philippines especially the Urban Poor Resource Center of the Philippines, Inc. (UPRCP).And moreover, these pro-poor organizations tagged PNoy’s Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) programs as an “anti-poor” and “pro-capitalist” program that will just wipe out the urban poor sector within and outside Metro Manila.
According to Urban Poor Resource Center of the Philippines, Inc.(UPRCP),at least 360,000 poor families will face eviction and will experience dark future under Aquino administration once PNoy’s Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) programs will be implemented and this is already happening on the continuous demolition jobs happening on poor areas in the Philippines. PNoy’s Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) programs as well as PNoy’s other economic policies, according to pro-poor organization favors NOT the poor sector in the Philippines but rather PNoy’s economic policies are inclined more to give favor and help Big Businesses, Landlords and foreign capitalists in the Philippines instead.
This is obviously not new since the Aquino family is an Oligarch that seeks to protect selfishly their own family owned businesses and properties and wealth in the Philippines yet hypocritically showing to the public eye that they are pro-poor.
The poor sector of the Philippines have always been duped by a lying politicians when they covet for a government seat in the Philippine government during election times by promising and showing they are pro-poor. And the poor sector in the Philippines never learns because some poor were not inclined to gain knowledge and wisdom to depend and protect themselves from being exploited by the rich ones and knowledgeable ones whether a traditional politician or a traditionally religious person or group, but just satisfied to have bread and water on their table.
Some traditional politicians uses sweet promises and cold cash to allure the poor sectors to vote and support them on their selfish pursuit, while traditional rich religious people uses religion and god and the fear of hell to allure the poor sector to donate their money.
This is how the poor sector in the Philippine has always been exploited by those who have authority, power, wealth and knowledge in the Philippines.