|Fr. Tito Abuda Talking to Mayor Duterte|
By Alon Calinao Dy: It is not a promise but to fulfill Filipinos' dreams to have a crime free community all over the Philippines. That's a dream of every Filipino who wants to live a peaceful life without someone who is trying to kill you for no known reasons.
Duterte is the man who does not promise something he can't achieve. He has plans that none other presidential candidates seem to have for the good of our country. To give you an idea who is Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, read these 10 Things You Need To Know About Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.
Here is a blog I wrote a few days ago why Presidential Aspirant Duterte is the last card. He is what Filipino people need to bring a real change in our country. These are the reasons why I support Davao City Mayor Rodrigo and why some politicians are afraid of him if he wins in the coming 2016 Presidential elections.
Enough is enough. The issues of several unsolved murders, corruption, illegal drug, poverty, prostitution, human trafficking, and many others are not new problems in the country. The outcry of Filipinos for a real change against old and corrupt system of the government is now in their hands if they'll vote Duterte for president a few months from now.
Fr. Tito Abuda, who's talking with Mayor Duterte, was my former prefect of discipline when I was in a high school seminary in Seminario De Jesus Nazareno, Borongan, Eastern Samar. I think he also supports Duterte because I believe what a country needs to develop is discipline more than democracy. Too much freedom can lead to an abuse of power by some people without the benefits of the majority.
If many people know how to play by the rules, then I'd say that Philippines would have less problems with its people. With a proper discipline, people would have respect, responsibility, and selfless act for others. This means that everyone is involved to prevent criminality so that people are afraid to commit crimes because of a fear of punishment.
Discipline is not something you develop overnight, but it takes time to work for someone who wants to change for the better. It's possible for everyone who plays by the rules or abides the rule of law. It's good if all people are law-abiding citizens who obey the law and respect everyone.
I think Duterte is the right presidential candidate that Filipino people need right now. As what I've said before, if he will not win in the coming 2016 Presidential Elections, I don't think my fellow Pinoys have voted wisely and there's no point to stay in the Philippines if the country is back to the old and corrupt system of the government.