|Yes they exist... in Narnia.|
Senator Miriam Santiago was in her own element scolding Kaya Natin! leader Harvey Keh, who apparently filed a complaint against Chief Justice Renato Corona on the basis of anonymous hearsay, while trying to summon as much media attention as possible.
In the administration’s and their allies’ zeal to condemn opposition forces, they get careless, and it is right for such carelessness to be exposed to the public. But to have someone like Miriam as the representative of dignity and prudence is another matter. Her overbitchy tone in itself is an indication that Keh, foolish as he may have acted, is not her problem.
(Indeed, I have learned that criticisms reveal more about the critic than the criticized. You can read through this blog’s 300++ entries and you will understand more about me than the issues I discuss.)
FUCKED UP IN THE HEAD
Miriam, being part of the state, is deranged. You can say the same about the other jerks who berated Keh, such as Juan Ponce Enrile and Jinggoy Estrada.
|Cover your ears, moron!|
It takes some degree of psychological illness to lie and steal your way to positions of political power. But even the faith of regular people in such coercive institutions as government is unhealthy.
To believe that social conflict is necessary for the prosperity of one’s class, and to be unable to comprehend that the state is essentially the universalizer of conflict, is sick.
FUCK THE GOVERNMENT
All these corruption allegations flying around during the spectacle known as Corona’s impeachment trial, do not get to the heart of the issue, which is that these clowns in Congress, the executive and the judiciary shouldn’t be bestowed such control over the (sick) public at all.
Keh, instead of rhetoricizing about ‘good governance,’ should be chanting “Die Government!” instead. Not that I’d hold my breath.