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May, June, July?

May, June, July?

  POSSIBLE months when the Luzon lockdown may (or should) be lifted? The wise paradigm of “Hope for the best, but prepare for the worse” never far from policy-makers peering into worse case scenarios, brain-storming several options to address fluid events affecting domestic survival. The temptation to relax (partial lifting) of strict protocols for business […]

Adopting a ‘psychology of war’

  WAR footing was the terminology I first used in a previous column in properly addressing the pandemic coronavirus. Part of the solution is cascading to the general public the necessity for adopting a “psychology of war” in order they be in the proper frame of mind in terms of comprehending the seriousness of the […]

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US Defense Production Act 1950

    PART of the crisis in our communities is the lack of alcohols and hand-sanitizers, as protocols for “personal hygiene” and public/ private establishments (restaurant, business enterprise etc.), government offices providing said necessities, as visibly available, and ideally located at door entrances, tables, front desks, etc. We learn from observing the psychology of our […]

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Highest level of precaution

  GLOBALIZATION and “think global” was mantra in our post graduate course in 1997 for the country, stepping into liberalized markets for trade and commerce etc. as add-on to former or traditional trading partners. A world-community, interconnected also at various levels, political, science, technology, culture etc. Philippine products with export standards, was the way to […]

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Deliverance and exorcism

  THIS should have been started, a long time ago. A grape-vine commentary by Archbishop Jose Palma on the “First Lay Collaborators Diocesan Conference on Deliverance and Exorcism” for Cebu held last February 24-28. An offshoot of the creation of the Archdiocese of Cebu Exorcism Office (ACEO), the theme of said activity is based on […]

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Industrialize Philippine economy

  ROUGHLY 75 years after WWII, how did Japan rise from the ashes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, with an American sponsored (Douglas MacArthur) Constitution, as one of the wealthiest economies in the world? Long dissertation required, however, the short of it may be summarized in the cardinal question government posed the Japanese people. “With determinate […]

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