Some Pinoy Public Servants Don't Take Their Jobs Seriously Enough

Jun 21, 2012 | Posted by: Philnews | Full story: www.philnews.com

On May 25, 2012 the Syrian military began bombarding the town of Houla located north of Damascus in the Homs region of Syria with heavy artillery. The town had become a stronghold of the Free Syrian Army and rebel forces seeking to overthrow the brutal regime of President Bashar Assad. After shelling the town for hours "government militia then went house to house slaughtering entire families without compassion or mercy" according to British Foreign Secretary William Hague who had earlier spoken with United Nations observers as well as independent witnesses inside Syria. 108 civilians were killed that day, 34 of those women and 49 were children.

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hmmmmm well on one hand you say the gov should be giving unemployment to people w/o jobs and then on the other hand you say it will make everyone lazy and they wont want to work. its confusing.
additionally gov cant just give free money to the unemployed or the gov would be broke tomorrow.
as you know unemployment benefits are for people who have been working , but have lost their jobs. those people and their employers paid into the unemployment fund in order to receive the benefit in case they lose their jobs.
my experience here is that the people that want to work are working. the people that dont want to work dont. those people outnumber the working people by probably 20 -1 in this barangay. at least.
welfare is out of the question in the filipins and look what its done in the U.S.? same situation with generations of families on social welfare and never worked a day in their lives.
i would guess the situation is national here in the fils.
give them free money and they wont work. dont give them money and they still wont work.
worst problem i see now is that none of the younger people want anything to do with working.
I have a lot of sympathy for many of the young of all countries. Here in the UK youngsters are not prepared to get out of bed to work for the minimum wage and why should they? When they see the obscene wages paid to actors, sportsmen and fat cats of industry and government. They know they are nothing but modern day slaves and with nothing to lose they get their revenge and fun by the recent riots. Rioting is unacceptable but so is treating people so differently.
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thumper -your supervisor just called he said to tell you the toilets will not wait and the dusting needs to be done -after that could you please mop the floors and remove the cig butts from the urinals -thanks .
whats the matter ? you had no problem putting up what you saved from that other forum

kenny how many guns did your brother in law give you ? i thought we had a well trained body guard among us doing what he can to watch over the 3 gagos

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Kiwi Thumper wrote:
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whats the matter ? you had no problem putting up what you saved from that other forum
kenny how many guns did your brother in law give you ? i thought we had a well trained body guard among us doing what he can to watch over the 3 gagos
So it is true you missed the bus -hope they dock your meager salary lol.

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I have a lot of sympathy for many of the young of all countries. Here in the UK youngsters are not prepared to get out of bed to work for the minimum wage and why should they? When they see the obscene wages paid to actors, sportsmen and fat cats of industry and government. They know they are nothing but modern day slaves and with nothing to lose they get their revenge and fun by the recent riots. Rioting is unacceptable but so is treating people so differently.
Civil disobedience against the rich and powerful goes back thousands of years. Were returning to those old days when British land barons basically enslaved the working population.

LOL!!! Whats going to happen in the future, some politician gets first choice of screwing your new wife on your honeymoon????
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Don the American wrote:
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Civil disobedience against the rich and powerful goes back thousands of years. Were returning to those old days when British land barons basically enslaved the working population.
LOL!!! Whats going to happen in the future, some politician gets first choice of screwing your new wife on your honeymoon????
.........and if elected i promise to deflower each and every new bride in the barangay (shire):)

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Don the American wrote:
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Civil disobedience against the rich and powerful goes back thousands of years. Were returning to those old days when British land barons basically enslaved the working population.
LOL!!! Whats going to happen in the future, some politician gets first choice of screwing your new wife on your honeymoon????
One day the 99% will realise that is a bigger number than the 1%.

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I have a lot of sympathy for many of the young of all countries. Here in the UK youngsters are not prepared to get out of bed to work for the minimum wage and why should they? When they see the obscene wages paid to actors, sportsmen and fat cats of industry and government. They know they are nothing but modern day slaves and with nothing to lose they get their revenge and fun by the recent riots. Rioting is unacceptable but so is treating people so differently.
Although not to the extent of the UK yet, Australia is heading towards that direction where politicians, sportmen and corporate leaders are enjoying the splendors of life with their mansions, luxury holidays and honorary dinners and the average worker is finding it tough to even pay off daily bills. The Carbon Tax is about to be implemented and electricity bills will rise to $400.00 more. Our politicians just don't know the growing struggles average Australians are facing. Prime Minister Julia Gillard is such an idiot who thinks that the Carbon Tax will benefit all Australians. More and more politicians here are becoming buwaya as they are now in it only for themselves.

It is evident that the middle class is shrinking and poverty will continue to grow here in Australia. The egalitarianism here will disappear and the term "fair go" will only be a memory.

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