A comment in reflection ...
One might ask me "Do I respect the
Filipino people?" Absolutely, I have traveled 23 countries and met none
If one is to really understand the
Philippines -- it is not to be found in
text books nor
the phrase "300 years in a convent, 50 years in Hollywood." It
comes from the heart. Meet
a Filipino for the first time and experience a grace no other
nationality duplicates. Who else, with a genuine smile, offers hospitality
and share all they have with a stranger -- yet may have nothing for
The taint of the word "corruption"
Once said, it takes many years to erase.
Like many nations the Philippines has had it's problems. The mandate from
the Office of the President is to prosecute even those in high
places to set the example for all levels.
Do not ignore Ms. de la
Cruz's past conduct. Her passport had far too many entries for a BIR
engaging manner with foreigners is well recognized. Her contact with
managers of companies in the tax free Special Enterprise Zones is
She comfortably exchanges fact and
fiction to suit her goal. The issues of ill gained
monies, properties, unexplained wealth, bigamy and estafa demands
an immediate suspension. She has earned her place in perdition.
As a country moving up in
world standing, prosecute those that violate standards of government ethical and professional conduct with impunity. To let their actions, even past actions, unpunished implies
corruption is normal and allowed.
I believe the
Philippines to be genuinely focused against corruption. In many ways a mentor for
other countries including my own.
Tim Gordon English
For those wanting to know more about me:
Maria Zorahaida de la Cruz so often bragged
to me "I am untouchable"... is she? Could be a yes or a no.
Success to RD Jonas Amora accepting
helm May 30 to steer RR 8 Makati.
Addresses of properties owned,
any unexplained wealth and/or assets will assist my case before the Office of
the Ombudsman-Visayas. All sources of information will remain