Philippine President Blames
The Blame Game of the New Philippine President
Since PNoy political campaigns, the theme of his would be administration is already showing, that is “I am the righteous one, they are evil”. In short, political hypocrisy!;to find fault from the former administration and exalting oneself to be righteous rather than focusing on the needs and necessities of every Filipino and to bring peace and harmony in the Philippines.
On his first days of work, his administration already start the blame game they plan to do and behind this political hypocrisy and self-righteousness are the so-called “Hyatt 10” or the “Black and White Movement” whose suspicious major agenda is only to take a personal revenge against the former administration for axing them from their respective former government seats during the former administration. They keep on criticizing and maligning the former administration for such this and that without showing a very solid convincing proofs, which is already becoming annoying and provokes nothing but contentions and strife again, rather than peace and true change (of Philippine political landscape, for example).The legacy of useless political bickering still continues and never have changed as his promise on his political campaign. You can expect more of this political blame game at his first State Of the Nation Address or SONA, as he says in the news that his SONA will “shock” the Filipino.
How the Filipino has is always victim of political hogwash and ear candy promises in choosing their leader? Has PNoy do something that will produce change when he was senator? Nothing! He just “blames and blame”.
However, to be just, let us give the new Philippine president a break, but if these blame games continue, I don’t think the Filipinos have finally chosen a right leader for their country.