Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Is NARCO-POLITICS alive again?

The celebratated case of "Alabang Boys" who were caught in buy-bust operations by PDEA is a classical example that the Philippine Justice System is really far behind all other developing countries.

In our country, you can buy your freedom as long as you have connections and money. I remember my American friend who teased me about our judicial system. He said, in the Philippines, "it's better to drive without license, than to drive without money." Funny, but true! Maybe, for some "onion-skinned" Filipinos, they might be offended. But come on, guys, let's be real!

If the buy-bust operations happened to "Talayan Boys" or "Payatas Boys", would the hullabaloo that beseiged DOJ happen? I don't think so! Immediately, these "Talayan Boys" or "Payatas Boys" would be annihilated. There'll be no intervention from influential people from down abyss, or even from high-heavens. These fucking people who intercede on behalf of "Alabang Boys" must be prosecuted, or even burned to death. They don't deserve to be in the government, they're doing great diservice to the people. Putang ina, wala kadikadecalideza ang mga hayup na ito. Eh si Zuno nga madalas kong makita sa Cafe Adriatico at kung sino-sinong kameeting na babae dun. Pati din si Blancaflor madalas din sun. If both of them are really guilty, let their heads roll!

I really wonder why the "narco-politics" seems to be alive again, and this time, they're kicking very strongly. Is it because of the election is already at hand? We're not in South America where "narco-politics" is very prevalent and brazen. But it seems, we want to make some world breaking records ala "Guiness Book of Records", that is, first, to be the "narco-politics" in Asia; and second, to be the country is Asia that sets free guilty parties as long as they've money and are in power.

Gen. Santiago and the PDEA have been working hard to eliminate drugs. But with these misplaced people in the government, who lawyered for the accused instead of prosecuting them, the country is indeed going to the dogs. Putang ina nyo, mamatay na sana lahat ng mga sangkot sa cover ng Alabang Boys.

What makes me angry is the fact that on mere "technicality" the people in DOJ tried everything to mitigate the case against Alabang Boys. Bakit kaya? May porsyento ba sila o sangkot kaya sila. Well, your guess is good as mine!

If I were Zuno and Blancaflor, magreresign na lang ako at magkakape sa Cafe Adriatico kasama ang mga kamag-anak ng Alabang Boys!

2 comments:

protoenigma@fsmail.net said...

Well, said Mr. Pinoy Politics.

Only in the Phils you can find that flawed justice system. No wonder a lot of people have become indifferent and insurgent because of this.

Kudos to you!

Mighty Mart said...

I think these injustices will continue esp. if the ones in the power now are still in Malacanang. What really breaks my heart is the fact that our justice system seems to have "double standard", one for the rich & one for the poor. Most of those who commit drug related problems are rich people. The poor people are just used as courier. Sadly, the law enforcement agencies do not nip them on the bud. Couriers will continue to take risk because this is an issue of survival. Certainly, the rich will continue to do wholesale & retail trading because they know they can't get away from the short hands of the law because they have connections and will always be protected. It is so disgusting. Hope it ends soon.