Monthly Archives: May 2016

The World Humanitarian Crisis Summit: One Humanity and Shared Responsibility

The World Humanitarian Summit was hosted in Istanbul in an attempt to tackle what the United Nations has described as the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II. An estimated 125 million people worldwide need humanitarian assistance. The summit was … Continue reading

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Corruption kills more people in the Philippines than drugs, typhoons, AIDS, and terrorism: President Elect Duterte should implement the death penalty for corrupt public office holders as well as other criminals.

Corruption is an incurable cancer that kills millions of Filipinos. It needs chemotherapy to stop the cancer. Corruption kills, and corruption is pervasive. It affects all dimensions of people’s daily lives from poorly building roads, high prices for electricity, business … Continue reading

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The Sun of Islam Will Rise from the West.

According to Islam, one of the signs of the Last Day is the rising of the sun in the West. Of course, throughout history many people have interpreted the glory of the sun and the stars according to their own … Continue reading

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Why Do Politicians Get Away with Lying?

  With this election season’s campaigns in the home stretch, the quadrennial in the US and in the Philippines, the quadrennial and sexennial, respectively, contest for lying, misdirection, fact bending, half-truths and lies in the challenge to win the hearts … Continue reading

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