The year 2011 was notably full of tragedies and controversies not only in the Philippines, but in different parts of the world.
Nevertheless, if there was one good outcome out of all these unfortunate events, it is that more people learned to stood up for what they believe and support worthy causes.
The Journalistic View became my instrument in speaking out my mind and heart, especially about the sizzling issues in the country.
One of the pressing issues that I recently berated was the inability of the incumbent President to consider the importance of the sense or urgency especially when it comes to helping the victims of the recent most deadliest tragedy in the history of the Philippines brought by typhoon Sendong. I am one of those who became furious upon learning that information that President Noynoy Aquino had attended a party while the nation is mourning.
I had experienced several incidents of harassment and others would have attempted to hack this site to prevent me from speaking more. The right of expressions is guaranteed by the Constitution thus give me freedom to say anything, responsibly.
In 2012, my dear readers would expect more fair views. Not just because it is part of my job but I aim to share unbiased presentations of current issues.
Also, everyone should see the coming year as a phenomenon where we all would speak out what’s inside our hearts. If we desire and yearn for change, we cannot achieve this by lying docile or keeping our silence. We need to take action and be in control.
We need to speak out for:
Actions against the effects of climate change thus prevent disasters in the future.
True governance and reforms against corruption.
Children’s rights and welfare. A fight against child abuse.
Fight against piracy, copyright infringement and plagiarism.
Cyber responsibility– against sharing unverified information.
What about you? What do you advocate and wants to speak out?