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Federalist questions

Federalist questions

  Part 3 A CONSTITUTION is one of the highest manifestations of an ordered and civilized society. A written document created as consensual repository of all a people’s social, cultural, economic, political traditions, values and ideals. Thus, juxtaposing present-day pocket campaigns supporting a federal form of government referenced from contextual historiography of Philippine constitutions, and […]

Federalist questions (Part 2)

  THE guile of current incantations supported by campaigns to educate and create a base of political chorus to imbed federalism, will not create required founding/settled history to plant what is synthetic and convenient events birthing a new form of government. A government alien to easy comprehension, bankrupt of any real national clamor, because it […]

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Federalist questions

Part 1 JANUARY 18, 1871 Germany transformed into a nation state when 39 states (except Austria and Switzerland) unified into the Prussian dominated German Empire in the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles in France. These were German speaking states in Central Europe. The United States of America was founded in July 4, […]

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Sustainable system?

  SHEN Yung captured the great dilemma applicable to communist governments faced with the inevitable peril of loosening ideological restrictions on the “means of production”, permitting private, albeit, limited enterprise and capitalism. So unlike traditional applications of totalitarian collectivism, as the cornerstone of socialism. Regimented welfare of the so-called masses arrayed against personal good and […]

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  “AN ordinary maritime traffic accident. If the relevant reports are true, regardless of the country from which the perpetrators came from, their behavior should be condemned”, Chinese Foreign Minister Spokesman Geng Shuang. Initial response to statements made by F/B Gemvil 1 Skipper Junel Insigne, “Umikot muna sila, binalikan kami sinindi yun maraming ilaw, nung […]

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Party-list System

  CURRENT cacophony of voices headed by militant leanings, cites the ‘Party-list System’ as subjected to grave abuse by political-dynasties, the well-to-do, and sectors accredited by Comelec to represent interests not in the ambit of the “under-privileged and under-represented”. We, however, need to feed on past events to comprehend distortions in the present state of […]

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