Top 10 Reasons Why The Philippines Remains a Third World Country

1. The Philippines was once a Colony of Spain.

2 . The Philippines Lacks in Advanced Infrastructure
3. The Philippines is Developing Economy.
4. The Philippines has Low Quality of Life .
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5. The Philippines suffers from Political instability such as Insurgency.
6. The Philippines has High Rates of Poverty Incidence.
7. The Philippines has Overpopulation
8. The Philippines Suffers from low level of Sanitation.
9. The Philippines generally doesn’t have access to Quality Health Care .
10.The Philippines is still a Low Income Country.
Note : Pictures wasn’t mine , credits to the owner . I salute to the person who captured this wonderful and meaningful photos.
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ASEAN

ASEAN unity is crucial, period. We can’t genuinely progress in political integration if we lack an institutional security architecture and political vehicles to better this security structure.

In the so-called ASEAN roadmap, we have the ASEAN Political-Security Community as the pillar for common political & security challenges in Southeast Asia, particularly the South China Sea disputes. The SCS fiasco’s commenced a de facto arms race among claimant states, and now we’re witnessing 100%+ increase in defense spending of some of them like Vietnam.

As an appendage to the dangerous arms race, the threats to fishermen are also equally concerning. In 2000, one Chinese fisherman was shot dead by the Philippines near Palawan Island, while for the last 3 years we witnessed Chinese naval ships deliberately attacking and sinking Vietnamese fishing vessels in both Paracel and Spratly Islands. Many of the claimants, despite their worries about their fishermen’s safety, encourage continued fishing activities in the most contentious areas of the disputed waters in order to reiterate firmly their sovereignty claims.

The seemingly unceasing onslaught against fishermen -who’re not all guilty of illegal fishing and poaching- is barely jointly tackled by ASEAN+3 summits. Although we have both the Fisheries Consultative Forum and the Strategic Plan of Action Cooperation on Fisheries 2016-2020, ASEAN still has no mechanism concerned about attacks on fishermen in South China Sea, most especially if the attacker’s from an outside state like China. We have to set ASEAN ad hoc committees concerned with all tangible activities in SCS, and the review that they will conduct must be submitted to ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting for serious discussion.

We need to have a common policy and approach on both the conspicuous militarization of SCS and armed threats against civilian life & fishing industry at large.

A Dreamer of this Era

         I am a simple man, who dream a lot. Dream,that I know,someday  I’m gonna obtain it and I want to  share it to the people who forget that they have a dream in their life . I want to ignite the fire in their dream to illuminate there mind and heart to  don’t stop believing in themselves and to don’t stop dreaming for their future self. And also to uplift their confident and  ego to face their predicament or dilemma in their life .  As a dreamer I want to implement in my mind and in my heart to become a goal oriented and positive self- starter. Because someday I’m gonna be the big thing in this era. Era that full of inconsistency , bias , discrimination , corruption , and prejudice that makes other faith down. I want to eradicate and to right the unacceptable things that already happening in our epoch. With my heart, mind, skills and vision I want to convince the other dreamer to grasp their torch of dream to amalgamate it , to form or generate a huge fire to melt the other frozen heart and to enlightenment their erroneous path and to illuminate and lucid their imperfect action and to restore their true fire in their heart and also build a extraordinary relationship to others. Because a tip-top fire can  change the misdoing of others. I know that one dream can prolong the fire in our heart .

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