You people make me curse the day I was born a Filipino

It completely perplexes me that people, by the hundreds are coming out to condemn, malign, and even threaten personalities like Jim Paredes, Aiza Seguerra, and Lea Salonga because of comments they made against Willie “oh my god I’m so goddamn important in my own fantasy world where I think I’m doing people good by making them expose their own stupidity by insulting them while giving them wads of cash so they keep watching my show that is rapidly degrading the standard of intelligence in this already intellectually immobile country” Revillame.

Before this I already question the lack of brainpower some people have by actually liking the show he’s on but now I’m completely convinced that all the gray matter that they may have formerly possessed are now completely incinerated and their skulls are now occupied by cheese hungry crabs that pinch their severed brain stems into motion as they drool and chant to motion and ministrations of their dick headed master.

To praise one that causes nothing but face palms and embarrassed smiles whenever he’s mentioned on the news and to simultaneously lambaste other personalities who are sources of pride for the Filipino people by asking them what they’ve done for the country is something to marvel at simply because of the utter lack of sense capable in the modern world, previously thought impossible because of the evolution of the human persona to value dignity.

Seriously, do these people even have the slightest clue as to who they’re talking to?! Jim Paredes was part of the (rightly so) legendary singing group the APO Hiking Society who spurred on hundreds through the actual hard times of the EDSA Revolution. Aiza Seguerra was a child star who through her fame became a role model for acceptance and tolerance for homosexuals. A group that though in great abundance in the Philippines is until now prejudiced against (though not openly) by the Catholic Church. Lea Salonga, do I really have to say it?! She’s a freakin’ icon for Christ’s sake! If anyone deserves our admiration it’s her. Not knowing her would be a crime against Philippine history. It’s tantamount to not knowing what Biak-na-Bato is or who Gregorio del Pilar is. (On a side note do you know what Biak-na-Bato is and who Gregorio del Pilar was?)

The people who stood for freedom, tolerance, class, and international recognition. These are the people who you are maligning. These are the people you are asking what they ever did for the country. These are the people you so haplessly compare to your unfunny lip syncing sycophant of a role model. These are the people you wish death threats on. These are the people who make me proud to have under various circumstances been born a Filipino. But you, you are epitome of why our Asian neighbors mock us. You are the reason why we as a nation are an international laughing-stock. You hate me for looking down on you when there’s nothing about you to be proud of. Clean as a sewage line, dumber than a rock, arrogant as if you own the damn street feeling free to pee anywhere your bladder decides to let out. Is it any wonder why our politicians are a bunch of morons? It’s because they identified themselves with you. You are nothing but a blighted curse on anything and everything Filipino.

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2 Tugon to “You people make me curse the day I was born a Filipino”

  1. “Lea Salonga, do I really have to say it?! She’s a freakin’ icon for Christ’s sake! If anyone deserves our admiration it’s her. Not knowing her would be a crime against Philippine history. ”

    I love that line…

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