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Is marcos ferdinand actually chinoise?
« on: September 15, 2021, 10:14:34 PM »
Look at how chnky his eyes are at certain angles.

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Re: Is marcos ferdinand actually chinoise?
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2021, 12:26:38 PM »
Well...he does look like that evil guy fighting Bruce Lee, so he must be CHinese.

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Re: Is marcos ferdinand actually chinoise?
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2021, 08:25:32 AM »
some of his photos, he has Chicky eyes but in his other photos no no

and yes that's the guy responsible for destroying the philippines

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Re: Is marcos ferdinand actually chinoise?
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2021, 10:45:18 PM »
Two of the wealthiest countries in Asia (Singapore and Japan) both have a parliamentary type of government similar to that of Western Europe, which makes corruptions very difficult, if not impossible. In a parliamentary system, the prime minister chairs the Cabinet and selects its ministers, but functions mainly as a spoke person for lawmakers as a group, and all of his/her decisions is based on group consensus. The members of the Parliament can also vote to censor their spoke person, or even elect a new one if his/her actions doesn't reflect the group's interests. In a Republican type of government, similar to that of the Philippines, it's more tricky due to the sharing of power between the 3 branches of government, namely, the Executive, the Legislature, and the Judiciary, and each of the 3 branches has to be impeccable in their integrity so that legislations that get passed are fair, beneficial, and most important of all, reflective of public's interests. For example, the executive branch of the government, i.e. the President can veto grafts and frivolous pork-barrel spending bills from Congress to become law. The check and balance then comes with the Supreme Court, which can overrule any of the president's policy proposals if they're out of line or unjust. So you see, there's a lot of vested interest in each of the 3 branches to carry out their duties impeccably , and in accordance to their prescribed roles, and as such personal integrity is very important. Candidates who wish to run for the top office in a Republican type of government, are often heavily scrutinized and screened through debates and also their voting records on pertinent issues. But for all of this to work, it's important that there is a free press to inform the public. In the US, freedom of the press is actually written into the First Amendment of the Constitution. When a country's press is unbiased and impartial, and get to do its job properly, the whole country benefits, and what you have is a well-functioning government that's for the people, and reflective of the will of the people. The best example of the press's role in conveying information to the public is at the Presidential debates. Here's Jim Lehrer at his best:

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