If I Were A Senator


A senator in my country formulates and proposes laws to be implemented by the executive department of the government.

If I were a senator, I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen. The first law I would propose is for the provision of free access to all media for all candidates in an elective position in government.

Why?

Let me explain this in detail.

Corruption is the main cause of poverty in my country, which was formerly considered one of the richest countries in Southeast Asia. In fact, the Philippines is the first country in that part of the world to have its own airline.

Philippine Airlines is the national airline of the Philippines. It is the first commercial airline in Asia and the oldest of those currently in operation. With its corporate headquarters in Makati City, Philippine Airlines flies both domestic and international flights. As of December 2006, it claims to serve twenty-one domestic airports and thirty-two foreign cities. Its main hub is Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport in the city of Parañaque with all its passenger flights involving Manila in Centennial Terminal 2. It has been awarded a 3-star rating by Skytrax. (Source: Wikipedia)

The Philippines was the largest producer of rice, coconut, and copra in that region, and was the number one supplier of sugar in the US sometime in the past. From being a rich country, the Philippines is now internationally tagged as a country of domestic helpers. Seventy percent of our people are living below the poverty line. These are all because of corruption!

From being exporter to importer of grains:

Twenty years ago, the Philippines was a net exporter of rice grains. During the Marcos administration, the country was still able to export a portion of its total produce while leaving the country with sufficient supply. (Source: Bulatlat.com)

Negros Revised: The impact of sugar substitution by HFCS in perspective

Although in the early 1980s the Philippines belonged to the top four world exporters of raw sugar, the country currently is not mentioned among the top ten. Before the crisis, the Philippine sugar industry was responsible for 8 per cent of the Country's total foreign exchange earnings. This percentage decreased to 1.4 per cent in 1984. (Source: Biotech-Monitor.nl)

Corruption starts at election.

Before a scheduled election during the campaign period, a candidate or a politician seeks the help of people to pay for airtime on radio and television and spaces in print media. Persons, juridical or individual, with criminal minds, begin to influence the would-be official if elected. Some look at this as an investment for “monkey business.”

Even religious groups are participants in this malicious and vicious cycle of corruption. Once elected, the official is expected to pay back the favor given in the form of cash or material considerations, or operations that advance one’s power.

The last includes influencing the members of a religious group to vote for the candidate in what is infamously called “bloc voting.” This, in turn, influences the elected official in matters of appointments and contracts which will benefit the religious group or its leaders. Imagine doing business with government without even the benefit of public bidding and a written contract! This is very much like what surfaced in LTO (Land Transportation Office).

Driver’s license printer has no contract with LTO 
By Neal Cruz | Philippine Daily Inquirer | 09/23/2010

Transportation Secretary Jose “Ping” de Jesus did right in canceling the bidding, scheduled for today, for the production of new drivers’ licenses. The fact alone that the Land Transportation Office (LTO) seems in a hurry to bid out the project (to favored bidders, according to critics) is a giveaway.

There are many mysteries going on at the LTO and De Jesus should look closely into its affairs. For one, it appears that the LTO is the private preserve of the Iglesia ni Cristo. Most contracts are awarded by the LTO to members of the INC. In fact, the present LTO chief, Assistant Transportation Secretary Virgie Torres, is a well-known INC member. The owner of the present printer of drivers’ licenses, Amalgamated Motors Inc. (Ampi), is Filemon Cuevas, a senior member of the INC.

By virtue of this bloc-voting practice, an influential religious leader may call upon a sitting president (by phone) to influence the decision of a magistrate or a judge either to dismiss or to judge on a case in favor of them and to the detriment of an innocent litigant.

EXODUS 23:8 
And thou shalt take no gift: for the gift blindeth the wise, and perverteth the words of the righteous.

Many more forms and consequences of corruption follow. The result? According to a survey titled, “THE MOST CORRUPT GOVERNMENT AND PRESIDENT IN ASIA.”

GMA (Gloria Macapagal Arroyo) found most corrupt president
Palace says media is to blame for survey results 
By Regina Bengco | Malaya | 12/12/2007

Almost one of two Filipinos believe that the President is the “most corrupt (president) in the history of the Philippines,” a survey conducted from Oct. 20 to 31 by Pulse Asia showed… (Source: EllenTordesillas.com)

Making a law to give free airtime and spaces for a politician to present his platform of government to the public may reduce, if not eradicate, this root of corruption.

Television and radio stations earn in every sort of commercials. It can be considered as truly a public service -- which is their “advertised advocacy” -- if they would give candidates ample time to discuss issues and debate on them freely, for the public to have a better choice of officials. In fact, it is the constitutional right of the populace “to know.” Minimize the expenses of a candidate and we are going to minimize also the ROI (return on investment) and the haste of greedy investors in an election!

250 comments:

  1. Na excite ako basahin ang blog na to. SsD.

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  2. "I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen." This would be a brillant Idea #CorruptedElection

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  3. Thanks be To God for this blog of Mr Controversy.

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  4. The best law to proposed must be based in the Holy Scriptures...

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  5. A very timely blog and a guide for a sensible vote.

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  6. AMEN ..DAPAT TALAGA IBATAY SA BIBLIA ANG BATAS NA GINAGAWA NILA.

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  7. A leader must be guided with the words of God.

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  8. These enlightens about what is the trend of corruption in the Philippines, I hope there will be a change, a change from a senator that will bring...

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  9. If I were a senator, I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen -Bro Eli

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  10. What a bright idea! We need senator this kind of thinking!

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  11. Napapanahong blog..wow..gracias a Dios

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  12. If I were a senator, I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen. - sana gawin ng mga Senator po ito...

    #CorruptedElection

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  13. Thanks be to God! Hope this served as an eye opener!

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  14. I definitely agree not to commercialize campaign ads for candidates. After all these tv and radio stations advocate public service. Very good observation indeed by Mr. Controversy.

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  15. Hoping all Senators, law makers, politicians in the Philippines and all over the world enact the propose law of Mr Controversy. #CorruptedElection

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  16. Bro.Eli Soriano is the best Senator the Philippines never had.

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  17. Thanks be to God for this blog Mr. ControversyX #TheTruthCaster

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  18. Growing up in Canada I often hear of reasons my parents immigrated from the Philippines. One of which is the corrupt government's practices. I'm hoping that this smart and justified suggestion will be heard: free access to all media for candidates. Thank be to God!

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  19. i agree with your proposition mr. controversy on provision of free access to all media for all candidates... maiiwasan ang pagtanaw ng utang na loob sa mga tao or relihiyon na namamantala at mananamantala afterwards... spsD for this blog 😊

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  20. I would turn to the Bible in formulating law -Bro Eli #CorruptedElection http://goo.gl/4qh2Ws pic.twitter.com/r8Lntbf5ma

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  21. "If I were a senator, I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen."

    If only more politicians in the Philippines shared the same thinking as Mr. Controversy X then perhaps our government wouldn't be so corrupted as it is now. Thanks be to God for this post, not only for teaching us a little history regarding the Philippines but most importantly for sharing true biblical wisdom! May God be with you always.

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  22. I absolutely agree that poverty is because of corruption. False religious sects is also to blame with corruption they convince their members to vote for a politician who their leader wants.

    Thanks be to GOD.
    TO GOD BE THE GLORY!!

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  23. Corruption starts at election, and the culprit are the false religious leaders.

    Thanks be to GOD for another biblical explanation.

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  24. "If I were a senator, I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen. The first law I would propose is for the provision of free access to all media for all candidates in an elective position in government.
    " ----napakaganda kung magkakaganito nga

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  26. #CorruptedElection

    To God be the Glory

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  27. Kailangan ng Pilipinas ang mga taong di takot sa impluwensiya ng mga taong nabubuhay at yumayaman dahil sa impluwensiya!
    #CorruptedElection

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  28. true. If the media would just allow these candidates to present their platform for free. One media outfit hosted a debate but I don't think it was really a debate but a question and answer.

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  29. this is very common in our country even before,but its getting worst now.lots of our countrymen are still unaware of what's really behind the motive of these corrupt politicians and religious leaders.

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  30. Piliin natin yong taong may takot sa Dios...

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  31. Bro Eli is right, if our system of election provide for least and generally affordable campaign expense for candidates. Allow me to take this opportunity to add that a Federal govt with a Parliamentary system may achieve what Bro Eli proposed. May our senators in the next Congress find the virtue of Bro Eli's proposal.

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  32. This make sense for those who are still rounding up their senatorial bets. A very good reference to choose.

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  33. "In fact, it is the constitutional right of the populace “to know.” - which is Mr. Controversy's advocacy ever since. Hence, Mr. ControversyX's blogs, youtube channels, television programs and all other social media avenues are God-given ways to make sure that every one has a chance, an opportunity TO KNOW.

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  34. Another eye opener from Mr. Controversy! Thanks be to God.

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  35. Well explained.One cause of corruption also is the ignorance and the unwillingness to obey God's law.They are not afraid to do so because there is no Holy Spirit guiding them.

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  36. hope corruption in the philippine government will end para umasenso ang bansang Pilipinas.

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  37. Part 2 of this Blog PLEASE.....

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  38. Pulitikong tunay na may takot sa Dios,Tiyak Hindi siya Manliligaw,Corruption sa kaniya'y walang Puwang,sana nga makita pa natin ito

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  39. this would be an eye opener for us to choose who would be the best to lead our country.. for the Philippines was once the richest countries in Southeast Asia. Let's not give those corrupts officials a chance to sit and ruin us again!

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  40. Vote wisely....,dont vote the politician endorse by religious organization, kasi sila rin ang kino-corrupt ng religious leader na mga corrupt...

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  41. "If I were a senator, I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen. The first law I would propose is for the provision of free access to all media for all candidates in an elective position in government.
    That is exactly a very brilliant idea. Million thanks to God for another very enlightening blog from Mr ControversyX.

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  42. If we base the laws of the land from the Bible, we can never go wrong. But with the current crop of senators we have, I doubt if one ofthem will do that. Thanks be to God for Mr. Controversy!

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  43. Mr Controversy has a point here.

    If a national candidate would not look for any sponsors for his media airtime (which is the most expensive campaign strategy), then the first step of corruption would have been stopped from the very beginning. Since every national candidate has equal and free opportunity to campaign his propaganda. And he will not have any means of indebted feelings for big and influential organizations that he may need to pay in future if he won the particular seat.

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  44. Corruption mga wala nang budhi mga yan dapat words of God will change pag tinamaan mga yan.Salamat sa Diyos for this blog.

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  45. Philippine Politics will be changed if the Politicians will inclined to the Word of God in the bible, specially in proposing bills. Thanks be to God for another blog published by Mr. Controversy. A blog worth reading for...

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  46. Kailangan natin na presidente na patas at hindi kayang makurap ng isang relihiyon. Presidente na tunay ang pagmamahal sa kapwa, presidente na may kakayahang makapamuhay tayo ng peace, safe & equal.

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  47. A million thanks to God for this very informative blog , To God be the Glory !

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  48. Kitam.. mayaman talaga yung Pilipinas noong panahon ni Macoy! Nambrabrainwash lang ang mga oligarchies today..

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  49. History repeat itself.. slow in progress, too much corruption

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  50. A Blog that Plainly & Honestly exposing Corruption.
    Salamat sa Dios!

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  51. With God's help, in turn, our country will always be the best place.

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  52. When our laws are guided properly with accordance to the word of God everything will run smoothly and peacefully just as what bro eli has been doing. To God be the glory

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  53. This is very timely blog for every Filipino to read. Thanks be to God

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  54. "By virtue of this bloc-voting practice, an influential religious leader may call upon a sitting president (by phone) to influence the decision of a magistrate or a judge either to dismiss or to judge on a case in favor of them and to the detriment of an innocent litigant."
    Truly,one of the roots of corruption is the influence of these wicked religious organizations upon politicians gaining their personal interests in exchange of bloc-voting imposed to their members.

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  55. The right to know...to arrive in a reasonable choice of public servants..fairness to people..Thanks be to God..very timely indeed..

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  56. hope that law maker will be enlighten by this wonderfull blog to create such law to give free airtime to discuss there platform free on tv's and radio

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  57. I believed such concept and perceptions by Mr. Controversy X is coming from God above.....

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  58. After reading this very wonderful blog, I'm still hoping for a clean & honest election. may our vote will not be wasted.

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  59. Another worthy blog from Mr.Controversy. To God be the glory

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  60. I hope that our politicians wil make this blog as their pointer.

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  61. We encourage every one to read and learn more about this awakening blog, so that many of our countrymen must be aware of what is really happening behind those corrupt politician and religious leaders in our country.Be wise and choose for the right one!!
    Thanks be unto God & TO GOD BE ALL THE GLORY!!

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  62. wake up call for public servant seeking electoral votes, and for a responsible voters

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  63. Reading that part that mentions our past rich econony makes me somewhat sad. Our countrymen, as well as our beloved country as a whole, suffered so much because of these corrupt government officials. I pray that we all be guided by your blog in casting our precious votes!

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  64. tsk tsk....such a pity on what is happening to our country. I am a Filipino and I am against bloc voting...I agree with all what is written. PEOPLE SHOULD READ THIS AND BE AWARE: BE WISE PLEASE. Thnaks be to GOD!!!

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  65. Please Never stop writing to influence the unjust and realised what is right.

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  66. With this opportunity of every candidate to air his/her platform of government to the general public, the voters will be given the privilege to hear and evaluate which candidates would be saying sensible programs, to choose intelligently and vote wisely, and eventually reduce the chance of electing someone who doesn't know much how to run the country efficiently and effectively.

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  67. Guidance from above is needed by humanity which is His words... the Holy Scriptures thru His son Jesus and follow it to succede in this life. To God be the Glory.!

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  68. Galing. Ganito yung klase ng mga batas na dapat ipatupad e. Thanks be to God for the new insight!

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  69. Fear of the Lord is the ultimate solution to stop corruptions.
    Thanks be to God for another wonderful blog from Mr. Controversy

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  70. "Corruption starts at election."

    So true! This is a must read! Thanks be to God.

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  71. Ang pagkatakot sa tunay na Dios ang tanging pag asa ng bansang Pilipinas, kung susunod lang tayo sa sinasabi at iniuutos ng Dios ng Biblia, giginhawa at uunlad ang ating bansa...

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  72. I do agree on the proposal for the provision of free access to all media for all candidates in an elective position in government if a senator would do so. Thanks be to God for this wonderful blog!

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  73. Very well said. Salamat sa Dios.
    To God be the Glory!

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  74. whatever happens in our country today,the total beneficiaries are God's children.Romans 8:28.To God Be The Glory!!!

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  75. tama po,there is no better way than the way the bible teaches, sana magkaroon ng maraming mambabatas na may takot sa Dios.

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  76. I hope and pray that this message will reach to the President... down to barangay leaders.... This will give light to the dark side of politics...

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  77. TO GOD BE THE GLORY TO HAVE A BEST INFORMATIVE BLOG.

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  78. TO GOD BE THE GLORY FOR HAVING A BEST IMFORMATIVE BLOG.

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  79. Very well said Mr. Controversy X. A leader of the country must have fear of God and not fear of their investors.

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  80. Making political campaigning free through pro bono media services, they are freeing candidates from the powerful influence of the "utang na loob" to patrons and sponsors who would only shell out money in exchange for vested interests. This is a nice law to put forward into the senate, if only one of the would be senators has the courage to do so.

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  81. Corruption the number one root of all poverties in our country! Without this there will be equall distribution of resources!

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  82. I hope, God willing, that Philippines at least may rise from its ashes someday.

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  83. Very timely is this blog, worth reading and sharing.

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  84. Once again a stunning and very timely blog. Salamat sa Dios!

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  85. church of manalo using bloc voting to expand there influences. and if the politician is elected. they expected to payback for what they business are.this is a the main reason why philippines is still in poverty

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  86. Nice blog. Salamat sa Dios ang ganda ng laman, wake up call talaga.

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  87. eksakto! iba talaga pag may aral ng DIOS!

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  88. This kind of leader is what the world need... Thanks be to God for having known him and the teachings he shared to us!

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  89. A very good analysis. very well said...

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  90. A very timely blog that should be read by politicians and media in the Philippines to somehow alleviate corruption.

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  91. Bright ideas come out from Mr. Controversy's blogs. Full of learning. All thumbs up!

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  92. What Mr. Controversy tells in this blog is true. I believe him. I hope it will materialize soon.

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  93. Precisely. Bloc Voting, by design, has always been intended to ensnare politicians into forcefully entering into a one-sided agreement that the politician himself did not know existed. The politician would scratch his head and think: "May ganun?" End result: Political favors. Corruption.

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  94. If every aspiring public servants will adhere to your advice bro Eli many of our countrymen will choose to stay in the Phillipines & number of broken families will definitely decrease.A million thanks to God for this wonderful blog!

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  95. Thanks be to God for another very informative blog! When our laws are guided by the Bible, there is simply no room for corruption!

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  96. Salamat po sa Dios Mr.Controversy without you or anybody to explain this in plain language sooner or later ang mga kababayan natin ay malulubog sa kahirapan. To GOD be the Glory.

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  97. Very timely... An eye opener. Thanks Mr. Controversy. Salamat po sa Dios.

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  98. Another sensible and informative blog of MrControversyX, i totally agree on passing a law for a free media acccess for a candidate running for a national position for the viewing and listening public to decide and thats make a fair playing field to all candidates...media now a days are powerful that they can make the innocent guilty and the guilty innocent by conditioning the mind of the masses...hoping that ourlawmaker will consider the Bible as their basis in formulating a certain law...More power to you MrControversyX

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  99. i wish this sensible proposal be read, appreciated, and done by majority of the Philippines Senators

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  100. If its bro. Eli, then its extraordinary!! thanks be to God.

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  101. Dapat may takot sa Dios upang maging tapat sa panunungkulan.

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  102. In God's help this Law would minimize the evil minds of the politicians.., kung may senador lang sana na kagaya ni Mr. Controversy..

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  103. Mercy and truth preserve.Proverbs 20:28
    #CorruptedElection

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  104. That is why my Driver's license and my car registration sticker takes a year and the other no more..but we paid it..where did the money went? such a corrupted mind of a influential allegedly a religious group..Thanks for this blog.Very informative.

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  105. If all of the gov't officials are God fearing individuals, this world will be a better place to live in. Thanks be to God for this wonderful blog, Mr Controversy.

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  106. If only politician will be a servant of GOD, corruption will be a thing of the past.... if only the politician will not receive anything from the government but rather give truthful service to their fellowmen, devotion will totally eradicate corruption.

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  107. True! indeed there is so many corrupt practices in our government because of the influence of this bloc voting religion they put their member on high government positions. such a shame so many qualified people for this positions.

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  108. This blog entry is very timely. I have never heard such suggestion that will truly benefit the entire country. One move that will have a big effect on election and corruption in the Philippines.

    Sadly, most if not all networks run for money. Good thing I know a network, a TV and Radio Station caring for people.

    Thanks be to God for a brilliant blog such as this.

    Thanks Mr. ControversyX

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  109. Having this Law's.... is truly help our Politician to avoid being corrupted, once he or she win in the election,also help the Pilipino voter's to choose the right candidate which of these politicians having the right & good flat form of government for those who aspiring the seat to govern our country. Now, politicians have guts to say "NO" to different Denomination Groups of Religion & Business Company who always protecting their own vested interest during election period.

    Thanks to be God, Bro.Eli.

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  110. Yes, instead of having the money in the government to be stolen by officials who will win in the elections so as to take back what they have spent in their campaign, the government should put it to law that every candidate will have access and ample time to discuss their platform on TV and also have them debate on them with the government shouldering all the expenses at the same time receving income from the would be sponsors for the airtime of the program that would surely be a hit. Also freeing the candidates from the greedy intentions of persons or groups of people who will become pain in their neck if they win in the elections to pay back for the support extended to them. A really great idea based on wisdom and taught by experience.

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  111. "I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen" - Thanks be to God for the blog which appropriate in this coming election days. We should turn to bible as our guide in formulating law. Bible is only book that tells truth. Bible which I believe is the most sensible and Source of Knowledge for the Wise which come from Almighty God that should be follow in every aspect of life.

    To God be the Glory.

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  112. making law for men guided by the Holy Scriptures.. what more can we ask for.. it's great to imagine if Bro. Eli would be a senator.. thanks be to God!

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  113. 100% Tamang pamamalakad sa gobyerno kung ang ipapatupad na batas at sistema ay base sa karunungan ng Biblia. At kung ang mga mamumuno ay may TAKOT SA DIOS!
    Salamat sa Dios, @MrControversyX

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  114. If the next pres. of the Philippines will have bro Eli or bro Daniel for an adviser, she/he will surely become a better leader of this beloved country. #CorruptedElection

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  115. Even better than what I had ever imagined. ^_^ Thanks be to God! No to #CorruptedElection

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  116. share po natin sa mga kaibigan at kapamilya.Salamat sa Dios.

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  117. Thank you Mr. Controversy for this blog. It's high time to open up such informative article.



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  118. Is there still a Man of Righteous in these last days?

    A Dream of Every filipino...

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  119. I agree with MR. CX! Let's give the candidates free airtime on media, free exposure to present their platforms! Let's be informed, help end corruption and make the Philippines rise again as a nation! Let's choose a leader with dignity and fear of the Lord.

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  120. A nation of God fearing people, if the leader guided by Almighty God...

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  121. I absolutely agree.Thanks be to God for this Blog.

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  122. "Minimize the expenses of a candidate and we are going to minimize also the ROI (return on investment) and the haste of greedy investors in an election!" - true

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  123. @MrControversyX very well said indeed,since the bible knows wats best 4 D poor! LAW MAKERS! Why not ammend the laws dis time from the bible!

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  124. This maybe a pattern for all those who would like to govern the nation especially presidents, senators, congressmen, governors, mayors and councilors and even small governing bodies of the government national and local...to cease the corruption.
    Must read and must shared blog of Mr.ControversyX...
    #CorruptedElection

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  125. I always feel excitement when I read your blog Brother Eli. Looking forward for your next blog. Thanks be to God.

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  126. Salamat po sa Dios! Nawa'y mabasa ito ng marami at magbukas ng isip sa mga nasa media.

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  127. Thanks be to God to this blog putting words to my thoughts...

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  128. "If I were a senator, I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen. " - Mr ControversyX

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  129. A very informative blog for those who are going to vote.

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  130. Fear of God is the end of corruption.

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  131. This blog awesome,reminding us what is the differences from the past and this time. If a senator has a fear of God, surely God will guide him implementing his works. Thanks be to God for this informative blog.

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  132. thank God for this blog of MR CONTROVERSY!!!!

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  133. Our Lawmakers should formulate laws using the Bible as a guide.
    I am hoping that this blog will be "AN EYE OPENER" to our Lawmakers.
    Thanks be to God.

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  134. a (problem) reality very well presented and a rightfull solution that was discussed by "a man of God"

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  135. Thanks be to God for a blog with full of wisdom!

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  136. I thought I already knew a lot about corruption, not until I read this blog. This is not simply a blog, but one that opens to us the many ill effects of corruption not only among us humans, but worst still, the crippling paralysis its causes our spirits. Thanks be to God for the wisdom and inspiration God has endowed Bro. Eli with.

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  137. another eye opener. thanks be to God.

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  138. Sana mabasa natin ang Blog an ito upang mabuksan ang ating mga isip kung bakit at kung ano ang naging pinaka dahilan kung bakit naghihirap ang ating bansa ayon sa Biblia. Salamat sa Dios at sa Panginoong Hesus sa blog na ito. To God Be The Glory

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  139. Thanks be to God.. Hope that all politician will read this blog...

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  140. "Making a law to give free airtime and spaces for a politician to present his platform of government to the public may reduce, if not eradicate, this root of corruption."
    Perfect advice Mr. Controversy...Thanks be to God!

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  141. Visit lng ng visit po para makarami.

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  142. sana magkaroon ng idia ang lahat bago bomoto

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  143. If only this wisdom is applied in human affairs, the world wouldn't be as terrible as it is now.

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  144. The Educational sectors have been formulating things to improve teaching but with regards to morality, it is given less importance. Our society are creating "intellectual monsters". Philosophers have their voluminous ideas but most of them lacks absolute Wisdom. Similarly, politicians often ignore Wisdom in the Bible ending to be corrupt. But, good thing we have Mr. Controversy. I am hoping politicians-wanna-be should've read this article to be better public servants equipped with the source of wisdom- Almighty God.

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  145. politician must afraid of bloc voting groups, You can get a good idea of leadership thru History found in the bible, how? ask Bro Eli Soriano the leader that can answer any questions the reference is the bible. Bible is the true book of everything. Thanks be to God.

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  146. Thanks be to God for that wonderful idea! (Free airtime for politicians)

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  147. If only senators and politicians have been taught by their religious leaders, there would be no room for corruption and as a result, better public service would be given to the people. Thanks be to God for this blog Mr. Controversy.

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  148. Salamat sa Dios sa isa na namang makabuluhang blog mula kay Mr.Controversy!

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  150. Salamat sa Dios. sa karunungan bigay ng Dios kay bro.eli

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  151. Good morning from Bahrain with love.
    Lets visit regularly to read words of wisdom

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  152. Knowledge of the bible and fear for the Lord is what the people looking in selecting a senator or a president. I think everything will make sense if all the laws done based in the bible. Judgement is fair and just. Thanks be to God.

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  153. Thanks be to God!!,Mr. Controversy for this blog..

    If I were a senator, I would turn to the Bible in formulating laws for the amelioration of my poor and depressed countrymen. The first law I would propose is for the provision of free access to all media for all candidates in an elective position in government.

    #CorruptedElection


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  154. Very true! Corruption is very rampant .Let us help eradicate this kind of system by voting the right leaders.

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  155. Thanks be To God for this blog of Mr Controversy.

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  156. Thanks be to God for another amazing blog from MrcontroversyX.

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  157. We should consider candidates who inculcate the values of ethics and morality of life. A person who believes in the word of God as being observed in their daily lives.
    Help eradicate corruption. Let us vote wisely.

    Thanks be to God for this blog, Mr. Controversy.

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  158. We should consider candidates who inculcate the values of ethics and morality of life. A person who believes in the word of God as being observed in their daily lives.
    Help eradicate corruption. Let us vote wisely.

    Thanks be to God for this blog, Mr. Controversy.

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  159. #TheTruthCaster
    bro eli soriano!!
    TO GOD BE THE GLORY!!!!!

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