Monday, September 1, 2014

The Possible Connection of a FLIPFAG's Desire for Perpetual Bliss With Some Common Wasteful Habits!


"I just want to be happy... I must make sure nothing spoils my happiness!"

One of the worst statements that a person can make is, "I just want to be happy, I must make sure nothing spoils my happiness!"  The idea of hedonism was a term invented in Greece in only seeking for pleasure.  The Spaniards influenced it on the Philippines for 400 years and they also carried on the same influence to anywhere they occupied.  South America's countries as I've heard are worse than the Philippines.  My American relatives tell me that a lot of South Americans are much worse than Filipino workers in the U.S., which I can't really relate too much.

Now it's time to understand the possible connection of the FLIPFAG's desire for perpetual bliss with some of these observed wasteful habits:


The idea of fiestas is one of the most common possible connections of the desire of eternal bliss.  Is it any wonder why that lechon is the national symbol?  Lechon is served during parties and feasts.  I mean, the Philippines could have chosen every other food for the national food but why lechon?  The fiesta mentality has been part of Imperial Spain's way of distracting the residents of the Philippines from what is going on.  Reading Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, They try to do some activities like scatter petals, dance with dancers, etc. to make sure that they are "happy", get drunk and all.  Worse money that could have been used for important stuff like road and infrastructure repair as well as relief operations, goes to useless fiestas!  But remember, the fiesta cannot last forever and they MUST still just be "happy".

Now for the other vices:

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Funny Video: President Nobita Serenades Everyone!

Now here's No Direction's band leader President Nobita as he serenades the public with his AWWWWFUL music... fortunately the Philippines is still in one place...

Who is the Failipino and Who is the Filipino?

Some people are thinking that the term Failipino is degrading all the citizens of the Philippines.  However I would like to clarify the huge difference between the FAILIPINO and the Filipino.  So let's get started shall we?  This is to clarify that if there are Muricans (bad Americans) and true Americans, if there are Sporeans (bad Singaporeans) and Singaporeans, if there are Chinkese (bad Chinese) and Chinese... there is also the Failipino and the Filipino:


It's time to define the Failipino first, before we define the Filipino.  The Failipino is one who is Filipino (by blood) and is the Filipino version of the Ku Klux Klanners or Nazis.  Such a person believes that only those who are Filipino by blood (never mind that the Filipino race descended from Malays, Indonesians, Spanish and in some areas, EVEN CHINESE) are the greatest.  He or she is not willing to change the bad stuff which he thinks make him "nationalistic" (at least in their own school of thought). To them, they must stand by their fellow Pinoys (which I think is better off again better used as a neutral term) which their Kapatid (sibling), Kamag-anak (relatives) and Kabayan (fellow countrymen) no matter what. They are lazy, arrogant, purposely ignorant, they are so stupid but think they are the smartest people around (while free riding on the success of Filipinos using it as a gloating card), apathetic and self-centered.  For them, it's all about their Pinoy pride.  For them, nothing is wrong with the culture and they love being FLIPFAG or Failipinos Loving Ignorance/Incompetence Purposely For All Generations.  In short the Failipino is one who is the bad citizen of the Philippines.


Meanwhile the Filipino is the different person from the Failipino.  He or she is the true patriot or really loves his or her country.  For the Filipino, they have awakened from stupidity and chosen to be wise even if it means swallowing one's Failipino pride for Filipino humility.  Such a person cares about his or her country enough to criticize what's wrong with the culture, what's wrong with the government, what must be done to solve the country's situation, he or she cares about uplifting the situation and changing it for the better.  He or she observes the wrongs of the country and questions it, even if it means being laughed at. The Filipino tries to think more rationally than being the emotionally driven one as he or she refuses to free ride on the achievements of successful Filipinos.  He or she may not be Filipino by blood, he or she may be Chinese by blood, but his or her heart is dedicated to improving the country, changing the negative stereotypes of the Philippines and to show the world that the Philippines is not a hopeless country.  In short the Filipino is the good citizen of the Philippines.