11.29.2007

new rules

New Rule #1:
NO MORE HOTELS


If you are planning a military putsch but don't have the balls to try to take the queen in the palace, don't take a hotel. Try to take a significant installation, like say a petroleum depot or a TV station.

Why a hotel? So you have comfy beds and a kitchen staff? How soft are the underbellies of these adventurists? Why does it always have to be a hotel?


New Rule #2:
NO MEDIA INTERVIEWS AFTER AN ARREST


They should be frog marched out of there in hoods and chainlinks. No pussyfooting. No media plays. You wanted to be "heroes?" You wanted to "take a stand," suffer the consequences.

If they want to run for public office, they can use their frog march pictures.


New Rule #3:
YES TO DEADLY FORCE IF IT'S NATIONAL SECURITY


You know they want to topple the government, why negotiate? Send in the damned sharpshooters and take them out. If we're going to have a siege, then let's have a SPLENDID SIEGE! Blood on both sides. Let's see how popular adventurism gets in the barracks after they shoot each other.

What are you worried about? The national image? The morons already took it down.


New Rule #4:
ENFORCE THE DAMN OLD RULES


No more namby-pamby pardons. No more.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

God!Let's do that immediately!

IndioBravo

Marky said...
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Marky said...

i just want to point one very admirable strategy that the Arroyo administration employs during these times of crisis. To avoid massing people in Metro Manila, they choke the entry points SLEX and NLEX with the military and police. I dont know if this is done in past administrations but its certainly effective.

in this light, it seems that the chokepoints of Metro Manila has become useful after all for government. I just hope Metro Manila roads are not planned for political reasons :-)

Marky said...

just want to share a related perspective on the botched rebellion:

http://not-another-blog.blogspot.com/2007/11/strength-of-symbols.html#links

:-)

latte_boy said...

Very well said :)

Cheers,

drogzi said...

your right, i im wondering why is the philippines respecting criminals too much., maybe thats what holding the progress down.

the only thing not fair in this government is that the Arroyo administration have soft heart when it comes to whoever opposition.

whoever side someone is at, politician or not, everyone should be treated equally by the law, and for trilianes, hope he roth in muntinlupa,

no need for a trial for him, we've all seen all the evidence for ourselves on national tv already, the court hopefully was watching

drogzi said...

about chokepoints to manila, thats so true, my neighbor is a high ranking polic officer, and even i asked myself before if this is legal according to the book.

then i realized its not. but its for the good of the country.,

after all, paying protestors to get on busses and go to manila to riot is probably a crime too.

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