|President Aquino III|
Philippine President Noynoy Aquino is seemingly on a right track to combat corruptions. He clings strongly to his election battlecry campaign, "Kung walang corruption. Walang mahirap". That's one of the reasons why he won in the election aside from the change which the electorate wanted.
Now one by one, conscience-bothered Filipinos courageously come out in public and tell the truth even though their lives are endangered.
Is it true that it takes a thief to catch a thief? Just asking! I'm not insinuating that those whistle-blowers, truth-tellers are accomplices in the recent hullabaloo in Armed Forces of the Philippines.
Anyway, the Catholics are apt to present "solutions" to deter corruptions to vastly grow. And some of their activities are: "Human chain" The nuns and priest claim that this is a strong message against corruption especially in the AFP.
There would be a "renewed unity for quest for truth, accountability and justice." They are going to "hang banners" with statements of solidarity to publicly manifest support for truth-tellers.
Another one is "christian conscience." Educating students academically on corruption so that they could be in the situation to be "in truth, [with] integrity and courage."
And a support for whistle-blowers for they dare to speak the truth and come out in the open to save the agency or the innocent from injustice or the country from shame.