Divorce should be LEGAL in the Philippines

Kung sino man ang tututol sa’kin, mga puking ina niyo, hindi niyo dapat imudmod sa’kin ang personal niyong isyu. Pwede ba!?

Kaya takot na takot ang mga Solon sa pagiging legal ng divorce bill sa ‘Pinas ay dahil:

1.) Masisira daw ang pamilya
2.) Kung legal ito, a-abusuhin ng mga Pilipino ito
3.) Most Solons base their arguments on divorce rates and matters in the USA alone
4.) They say, “I love my wife.” (Uhh… isipin niyo muna kaya mga kapatid niyong may marital woes)
5.) Sabi daw ng CBCP mapupunta daw tayo sa impiyerno
6.) Mawawala daw ang sanctity of marriage kapag maging legal ang diborsyo

LOL!

What a pathetic, lame and defeatist excuse, indeed!

As per someone, “Happiness is success.” Well, dito sa Pinas, they value homogeneity, image preservation due to social pressures and of course, traditionalism based on the Catholic faith–and they base most of their belief arguments from the VATICAN, not from the Bible itself.

Well, hindi lang din naman mga elitistang Solon ang ayaw sa diborsyo. Actually, pati rin ang mga elitistang conservatives na sanay na sa pagiging “normal” ng pangangaliwa’t pang-aagaw ng mga tao.

Philandering, cheating, womanizing, homewrecking and being a mistress is ADULTERY. ADULTERY wrecks the marriage itself. Even those who excel in theology know better than the conservatives who do not truly understand the Bible.

Umuunlad tayo ng pa-urong. Masakit pero totoo.

nakakahiya

Kaya hindi kayo dapat PROUD na ang Pilipinas lang ang bansang walang divorce, bukod pa sa Vatican.

Itigil na kasi natin ang pagiging sarado ang isip at ang pagkakahon ng ating kaisipan sa apat na sulok ng tradisyon. Tandaan, ang mga turo ng simbahan ay hindi naman para sa lahat iyan. Kung patuloy parin tayong tumutol sa diborsyo, tandaan niyo: Binabastos niyo ang sarili niyong dignidad, and I highly doubt that lack of divorce promotes strong marriages.

To be honest, if divorce is legal in the Philippines, it actually promotes strong marriage. KAYA kung magiging legal ang divorce, ganito ang mga provisions:

1.) Libre lang dapat ang annulment. Declaration of nullity? Please, it should be merged to the definition of annulment. Pwede ba, ang pagkakahon ng isip eh, outdated na!?

2.) Kung magiging legal ang diborsyo, it should be with reservations. Common sense naman, oh! Hindi dapat gawing “Vegas-style” ang diborsyo, kumbaga, dapat may certain provisions.

3.) We should promote the likes of Gordon, Belgica and Hagedorn. Also, give chance to Hontiveros and Pia Cayetano (I will always prefer Hontiveros over Nancy Binay, to think that the latter is more “maka-masa”–elitista man si Hontiveros, ngunit ang mga advocacies niya ay progresibo).

No wonder, MSP quit law school. In law school kasi, you are bound to think inside the box. Kung nakaka-inis maging weirdo, pwes, mas nakakainis parin ang pagkakahon ng pag-iisip. There’s something wrong with you if you don’t liberalize yourself and think outside the box of tradition.

Conclusion ko pala sa mga Solon: Masyadong tradionalistic ang mindset nila. I don’t see them as good Solons, I don’t know why they HATE to make divorce legal? Are they really bigoted? Do they really value their marriage as sacred? Or simply because they choose to turn a blind eye towards human dignity, all they care is traditionalism and image preservation?

To be honest, conservatism in the Philippines is outdated. As per Dakilang Mandirigma, “Kung nakakainis makarinig ng mga BAD WORDS, mas nakakainis paring makarinig ng mga sermon galing sa mga conservatives gaya niyo!”

Real Talk: Most (if not all) Filipinos are NOT YET ready to accept divorce, for now

To be realistic, for the fucking Nth time, Article II, Section 6 of the Constitution is violated–mostly by its own Solons. They allow CBCP to meddle with their affairs, esp. when it comes to divorce. No wonder, dito pumapasok ang Kaya Di Umuunlad Pilipinas syndrome.

And it’s not only the Solons who have an ego problem–it’s also the elitist men who think that their tyrant ways will make them more handsome.

Kaya pala tahimik ang gobyerno sa isyu ng mga garapal na demonyo gaya ni Sheldon Arcenas at Dalia Pastor–these two infidels are actually ELITES. However, the government chose to turn a blind eye towards these two is because, they know to themselves that they see Sheldon and Dalia when they look at themselves in the mirror.

Am I right!?

When will the Filipinos open up their minds and think outside the box of tradition? When will they accept divorce maturely? Truth to be told, Filipino society is still immature when it comes to saying YES to divorce, and then convincing the Solons to make it legal. Papano naman kasi, they only care about what society is dictating to them, while in fact, the elitistas are the ones who really impose social norms.

Kaya minsan, inisip ni MSP na mai-renounce ang kanyang Filipino citizenship upang mag-rebelde laban sas gobyerno ng Pilipinas.

Lastly, the infidelity teledramas that you see on TV? That is to normalize infidelity, preventing divorce to become legal.

This is even an uncomfortable topic in Filipino Freethinkers [Updates and Announcements]

Well, not only in FF–basta, any forum that is dominated by elitistas, your freedom of speech is in reality, suppressed. Elitistas will call you weird and will stare at you from head to toe because you think outside the box of tradition.

#RealTalk: Filipino Freethinkers is dominated by active members with the “otaku” mentality. Kung sa GirlTalk, maraming kababaihan ang mga elitista, dito sa FF naman, karamihan sa mga lalaki, mga elitista. Until now, they’re still misogynist, sexist and still objectify women. They fantasize women, esp. East Asians, and think that divorce is actually a threat.

I bet, they have no say on Sheldon Arcenas and Dalia Pastor is because, they see themselves being Sheldon or Dalia, only in a different version.

That is why I would like to react, “Democracy my ass!” Actually, Filipinos do not deserve any form of democracy at all, if they still continue to think inside the box of tradition.

I guess, the elitistas in Filipino Freethinkers, when they have girlfriends, they often tend to cheat, to philander and to womanize behind their girlfriends’ back. I don’t see them as good husbands, either. Like what I said, they have a high tendency to be like Sheldon Arcenas.

As per Kat Viola, “We should drag the Philippines into the 21st century, screaming and kicking!”

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2 thoughts on “Divorce should be LEGAL in the Philippines

  1. Ihatephilgovernment

    i just wanted to add some words for this anti divorce people especially the law makers.. mga putang ina nyo mga garapal kayo babalik din sa pamilya nyo pagkakupal nyo!!!

    Reply
    1. pilosopongkomikado Post author

      Correct! Also, I just want to tell them that their personal matters shouldn’t be involved in the lives of Filipino citizens. (: Nakakatawa, duwag naman sila kapag hinarap na nila ang isyung diborsyo.

      Reply

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