“The Truth Commission was put to a halt by the Supreme Court.”
The people and PNoy’s team should have seen this coming. There is a silent rumor that Gloria Macapagal- Arroyo has her own “solid” backers in the government and these backers could actually help her dodge the arms of justice. The justification provided by the SC basically argues that the Truth Commission blatantly goes against the Philippine constitution. It was stated that it violates the equal protection clause of the Constitution. I accept their justification but I do not and will never find it real that they just want to be “noble and righteous” by defending the Philippine Constitution.
If the Truth Commission violates the Constitution then how does GMA’s (allegedly) corrupt and vicious ways violate the Constitution? Now, if the SC can not be bended to approve the Truth Commission then PNoy and his team should start collating ideas to build a “constitutionally legal” group that will investigate the past government’s works and to assure and deliver to the public that this team has indeed obligingly and honestly done their job.
As of the moment, anyone who has clearly seen the Philippine politics arena would know that the SC was being hypocritical and it was being a defender of an evil-minute personality. This just confirms that GMA indeed has her own group of (disgusting psychopathic) minions in the judiciary system.
GOD HELP US.
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I was awaken by a loud knock on my door and when I stood up to see what was the knock all about I heard sirens outside our house. I went out to my room’s balcony and what I saw seriously scared the hell out of me. There were a dozen and more firetrucks outside, there were policemen and PSG (Presidential Security Guard). Obviously there was a fire! I ran back inside and woke up my Lurve, we immediately looked out my window which faces a different direction away from my balcony. There we saw a huge fire upon seeing it we rushed outside my room to check-out my brothers. We even heard a loud explosion which we guessed as the sound of a gas (LPG) explosion.
When we went down astonishingly my brothers were still asleep, my parents, the 2 kasambahays and our security guard (malamang!!) were on their feet. So I no longer panicked. Besides the fire was far from our place, it only seemed near because the smoke was too big. We went back to my room to watch the action from below.
The fire lasted for about 30 minutes, thanks to the dozen and more firetrucks, two dozens and more fire fighters, to the coordinated teamwork of the policemen and PSG and most importantly thanks to God he did not allow anyone to get hurt by the fire.