‘People should wake up to the incredibility of survey groups freely indulging with high satisfaction ratings of the President and his daughter in the midst of the huge and unresolved problems of the country.’
THE usually-sedate Isko Moreno is speaking strongly against the tarpaulins of Sarah Duterte mounted at many areas in Manila. He is not the only local executive who has lashed out against the tarpaulin splurge in many provinces while the much-needed vaccines are still nowhere in sight. The Manila mayor has also been provoked by the apparent challenge to his veiled presidential ambition which, he says, is nevertheless common to most local executives.
Some political sectors in Manila prefer Moreno to run as president next year and to step out of the way for their opportunity to again run city hall. The OCTA research group is part of the political spearhead for mind conditioning, especially of the majority of the national voters who do not seem to know any better. People should wake up to the incredibility of survey groups freely indulging with high satisfaction ratings of the President and his daughter in the midst of the huge and unresolved problems of the country. And why have the trusted ones grown eerily silent and regrettably unoccupied with the innumerable pressing issues?
From fellow broadcaster Kata Inocencio of the 700 Club. “A Philippine group is starting to openly talk in favor of abortion. A prominent lawyer connected with a US abortion group is drafting a proposed bill to decriminalize abortion. Success in passing this bill (or any bill) into law requires a lot of money for heavy promotions to the people and lobby support among lawmakers. Guess where the money is coming from. With the Biden presidency, money is starting to flow again from the US to finance the promotion of legalized abortion in the Philippines and other countries. Soon, the flow will turn into a flood. You don’t think it will ever be legalized here?
Think again. The once very Catholic Ireland has fallen. After many years of a heroic fight by the Church there and faithful Catholics abortion was finally legalized in 2018. And in December 2020, abortion was also legalized in Argentina, the home country of Pope Francis. Foreign funding for the promotion of abortion has been simply too massive to defeat.
Atty. Clara Padilla says, “This bill, when passed into law, can save women’s lives.” And also, “freely available abortion would help address the constant problem of high numbers of unwanted or abandoned children in the Philippines.” In other words, to “solve” the problem, children must be killed. Let us pray for our country. Above all, speak out for Jesus Christ. Let your voce be heard against it at every chance you get.”
Moral enlightenment should be reinforced with the spiritual and Biblical truths on the respect for life and to no longer foster the debate on the beginning of life of the unborn child and on the determination of the responsibility of unwed mothers. Materialism and wickedness should not continue to be demonic blinders.