In the middle of the global warming debate if it is really in existence or a big lie, have you ever examined yourself if you have something to do with it or not? Perhaps you can give it a try by just going through the checklist below and see how you score. You might be surprised that part of your daily routine is actually hazardous to the earth. If you have a No answer to the following questions, you are definitely a contributor:
Do you segregate your garbage?
Do you use reusable bag when buying groceries?
Do you own only one car or none at all?
Have you ever planted a tree in your life time?
Do you turn off your refrigerator when there’s nothing inside?
Do you unplug your appliances when not in use?
Have you not thrown batteries into the garbage?
Have you not sprayed chemicals in your garden?
Have you picked up a trash from the beach?
Are you saving water in any way you can?
The list will go on and on but let’s start with these 10 questions first. We intended to update this list as we go along so, please send us some comments together with your questions that we can add on the above checklist. The idea for this effort is to establish an awareness campaign to help save the earth. After all, it is our responsibility to take dominion over this. Hope to hear from you at the soonest possible time!
Yes, it is quite understandable that Sultan Bolkiah of Brunei’s state visit to the Philippines is for discussions over the ASEAN Summit where Brunei is the host country; but if the President is really concerned about the Sabah conflict, he will take the initiative to insert in the agenda the Sabah issue – even just to get the side of the Sultan of Brunei, since they originally owned the ancestral domain – and their royal ancestors were the ones bestowing it to the Sultanate of Sulu. What is he trying to prove for not lifting a finger over it – and instead just lifting an eyebrow? This is definitely a missed opportunity as per this news:
We can surely feel the sentiments of Sultan Jamalul Kiram’s people – asking what kind of President do we have who will just give a cold shoulder when many Filipinos are already slaughtered in Sabah – plus the sufferings of the regular deportees who will remain homeless whether they are in Sabah or in the neighboring islands of the Philippines. Mr. President, where is your heart?
It may be true that there are crime syndicates masterminding the abduction of children in Manila for some gruesome reasons – but they will not be that successful if some Filipinos have not lost their family values. Yes, we can blame it to poverty but note that, it happens because of our own doings! Why make more babies when you can’t even take care of one? The RH bill was passed to educate people on family planning methods but a major religious group took it as anti Christ and senators who voted for this policy have been named Team Patay or Death Team! We’ll this case is a solid proof of ignorance despite living during the computer era:
John Gabriel was the latest on the growing list of young children who had been reported missing—some allegedly abducted—in the metropolis over the past few weeks, prompting speculations that a human trafficking or an “organ-harvesting” syndicate was prowling the streets. Police have allayed such fears but nevertheless formed Task Force Sagip Angel to intensify the search and look for any pattern. http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/389411/good-samaritans-return-lost-qc-boy
Prior to this, another young boy was found dead after disappearing for more than 2 weeks just beneath the creek of the nearby property. At 4 years old, he could have easily fall off from the elevated land down to the bottom of the creek fracturing his skull. Now, after discovering the decomposing body separated from its extremities by neighbors, his aunt who happened to burn the trash near the location – was suspected by some of the family members to have something to do with the killing. When will we realize that it is a clear sign of ailing parental abilities instead of looking for someone to blame for our misfortunes?. It is a huge social problem when there are parents who have no choice but to leave their fragile offspring in the care of aging grand parents that cannot cope with the energy of the child – thus leaving him prone to accidents!
The Iron Lady’s recent death from stroke triggered some mixed feelings contrary to the usual overall mourning when a popular former leader dies. Margaret Thatcher – who was also known to the world as the first ever woman Prime Minister certainly did not please everybody. Although she has led Great Britain well according to Conservative Prime Minister Cameron – a liberty and freedom champion said, Barrack Obama, President of the United States various groups are actually celebrating her death – and marked her demise as the end of a tyrant ex-head. Like the street parties based on this announcement:
Despite what other people might think, Margaret Thatcher would go down to history as the very effective peacetime Prime Minister of her country and a great contributor to the world’s welfare. She is already a legend in her own rights with a very long list of achievements -whether they like it or not. However, they are free to show their sentiments despite being so bitter about her. Hoping that someday, they will learn to forgive in their hearts if she happened to hurt them because of the way she was. At least, she has done exceptional things for the majority of her people. May she rest in peace…
War break outs seem to be rampant these days – but the most serious move against the United States and South Korea is North Korea’s nuclear threat. Despite being directed to the two countries only, the world will be affected because its radiation effects are airborne – so, the damages can reach other neighboring countries and beyond. People will be killed, birth defects can ruin the whole generation and physical damages will be immeasurable. This should not be taken lightly although aggressiveness can only trigger the anger of North Korea. UK’s Foreign Secretary Hague has this to say:
British Foreign Secretary William Hague has called for calm over the North Korean crisis. Despite the “paranoid rhetoric” from Pyongyang, it was important to remain “firm and united,” he, said warning of the dangers of a “miscalculation” by North Korea. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-22056797
Every leaders of relevant countries must be united so as to prevent making the wrong move. Damages can never be undone – so, this is the right time to call on the experts in war as well as the peace makers and see if North Korea can be pacified and get into serious talks as per their intentions or quest for that matter. No country will go for war if they are not taken for granted. What could they be fighting for?