Let it be.
New set of leaders, now what?
Election has just ended. It was my second time to vote. I voted four out of twelve (4/12) candidates who won and took their senatorial seats. To be honest with you, I am quite disappointed. I’ve been very expressive on my dislike about Binay being able to be on top 5 on Twitter. A lot of people do, only that some are just trying to be on trend. I mean, does everybody really care? I don’t think so.
I don’t hate Binay as a person or as mother to her child or as a daughter to her parents.I don’t hate her for being a senatorial candidate or for claiming that she has enough experience just by being an on-the-job trainee to her mother and father for 20 years. I don’t really hate her for being her.
You know what I really hate about her? It’s about her being a BINAY. It’s about her and her surname and her fame and her being a public figure and her, again proving to the world how poor Filipinos are when it comes to politics. I hate her for again showing to the world that we are a hopeless race. That we are so fucked up. I hate her, I hate that she’s a living proof of our ignorance.
I hate our politics. I hate how it works in this country. I hate how important the nods of religious groups are in this government. Every eligible person has the right to vote. And every responsible voter has a say on who he/she wants to vote.
The only good thing about election is that, all the trending hashtags become sensible, all the KathNiel shits were gone. But that can’t last long, just like Filipinos’ concern and awareness— only when the topic’s hot. Dear God, why did you shower insensitivity in this country?
Election has just ended. And if you would ask me what I want now, there’s just one thing: I WANT TO BE PROVEN WRONG.