IT’S TIME: PHILIPPINE CURRENCY REFORM

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  • #161633


    adorme
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  • #146126


    muriel
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    Ed, ….thanks for your comment ………my only answer to you is: I grew up in Olongapo …….where the day is the night and the night is the day …….

  • #146107


    Ed
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    You can change it to dollar, yen or beans. It still won’t do anyone anygood.Only thefew, the powerful and greedy rich people would take advantage. You still need to have good paying job and basically need the money to exchange for new currency. Take a look @ Europe, they have the wealth and jobs and industry. They went from individual countries economy, into one giant economy. They all converted to Euro,It work for awhile, until the last few years. It’s not about currency.Weneed a sustaining industry and employments. Also work ethics and punctuality. We need to open new ideas on creating business. Until 1992, the largest employer in the country was the US Navy the US Airforce.It also spun and created hundreds and thousands of jobs. Ironically, it weren’tvery descent jobsand it was short lived. When a fleet groupor Aircraft carrier tied up or dropped anchors, bus loads of women were off loaded, almost every 30 minutes. Pimps, vendors, pick pockets, thieves, maids, singers bands dancers, photographers, more jeeps and drivers and etc. swarms the streets of Olongapo. Crowds filled the sidewalks and hallways, buses and jeepneys were bumper to bumper moving by inch. When these bases shutsdown, Olongapo was a ghost town. Magsaysay drive rows of 100 bars clubs were padlocked, apartments andtownhouses vacated. Even my parents 3br/2 bath rental property was empty. We should be able create a better business ideas.We need to diversify and be creative. Have long range goal and plan, not just an ambition. Self discipline is a big plus, what to do when you get a job, how to liveyour lives. And know your politicians officials, do your own research and not a yes man. Vote for childrens future.

  • #146059


    Jing-jing
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    if you’d like to change the currency of the Philippines , then,
    change also the name of the country….iyo man sana, gustong bara’guhon halos gabos kan kadaklan….
    baad pati mapa, puwedeng maba’go?
    Thanks to GB!!!

  • #146035


    ©παςΗ
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    Parang eto sa baba si Mr. Muriel oh. I have this handheld toy “20Q”
    where the thing ask you to answer YES or NO, and it will guess what’s on your mind, hahaha!Q19. I am guessing that it is the Philippines? Right, Wrong, Close
    18. Does it have a high crime rate? Yes. 17. Is it home to more than one team? Yes. 16. Is it popular with teenagers? Yes. 15. Is it known for its festivals? Yes. 14. Is it a part of an important discovery? Yes. 13. Is it associated with politics? Yes. 12. Is it known for its folklore? Yes. 11. Is it a honeymoon destination? Yes. 10. Are monkeys seen there? Yes. 9. Is it associated with a team sport? No. 8. Is it located on an island? Yes. 7. Is it respected? Yes. 6. Is it outside? Yes. 5. Is it located in the southern hemisphere? Yes. 4. Is it located in the western hemisphere? No. 3. Is it a structure? No. 2. Is it located in the United States? No. 1. Is it a city? No.

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  • #146029


    Rod
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    How about presenting some facts to support your argument. Since you started this post, you haven’t presented anything to support your claim. You even failed to answer probing questions from inquisitive minds and merely gave us semantics. TALK IS CHEAP! Show us stats, figures, charts, list of countries who have successfully transitioned and you may attract allies on your side. Until then people will think you’re just full of HOT AIR.You seem to vilify people working overseas. Let me ask you a question: IS THERE ANY DECENT PAYING JOBS IN THE PHILIPPINES? Will this monetary change you’re advocating create 10 million jobs for our OFW’s? If so, I’ll join your bandwagon. Statistics shows that OFW’s would gladly go back home and take drastic pay cuts if they can find secured jobs back home. Families comes first to us Pinoys and we will do whatever it takes to support our families regardless of where we earn that money. I will agree with you that this trend should stop as the moral fabric of our society is eroding because of these phenomena. The absence of one (and sometimes both parents) adversely affect the child’s upbringing especially during their formative years. But sacrifices they must make for the sake of their families and loved ones back home and we should applaud them for that. Give them a secured job and most (if not all) will gladly stay put. Ayaw lang nila ng PACQUIAO-WAN.

  • #146027


    muriel
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    Gentlemen, welcome back! Glad t hear from you again. Key points that we have learned from this brainstorming:
    a.) OWF’s (new hero of the country): The argument: it’s sad our export are human beings b.) Our discusion needs to go out … out to bigger population and sell this idea c.) No matter what we do, we are always behind because it’s the peso that brings the economy down
    z.) The rest are just …… hot air …..going nowhere …. like the studies we’re waiting from Mr. Master and the people who left country now wears sunglasses.

  • #146025


    hamdulila
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    Mr. Muriel, pansin ko parang galit na galit ka sa OFW, di mo ba alam na kaming mga nasa labas ng Pinas ang may pinakamalaking ambag sa ekonomiya ng Bansa, Iyan ang naitulong namin sa aming pamilya at sa ating Bansa, Ikaw kaya ano ba ang iyong nai-ambag? Kung uuwi ba kami lahat kaya mo ba kaming mabigyan ng magandang mapagkukunan ng kabuhayan? halos lahat sa amin dito mas gustong tumira sa sariling bayan at makasama ang aming pamilya, Kung magsalita ka para kang makabayan subalit maka-banyaga naman ang iyong mga tinuran at iyong gustong tahakin (gaya-gaya). Ano nga ba ang kailangan baguhin at ereporma? hindi kaya ang iyong isipan????? 😕

  • #146024


    muriel
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    aaaayyyyyyy …….. and yes the next day is Sunday and …. for those people who have to earn a living …back to work again ……… so, cheynne, let me ask you this one question: not without this project, what can you do for your country other than you left and immigrated leaving them alone with all kinds of problems?

  • #146022


    Cheyenne
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    Project?…what project?… never heard about that project. Muriel doesn’t even know what he is talking about. I think he is high on”meth,” (in low language – drugs! ) when he entered this room.
    having say that, when confronted with questions, such as : “what currency he would like to change the philippine peso to?”he suggested no answer, or he has repeatedly ignored the questions. from that point, he seems to be clueless…he has no idea whatsoever -NONE..
    yet, he has been saying, “this has been tested before and. bla…bla…bla…” which makes no sense as he has not offered any definitive explanation as to what kind of currency he would like to change the philipine peso to.
    his answer should have been either US dollar, EURO dollar, DINAR, etc. but, he has not mentioned anything…this leads me to the question of…
    ano ka, mr. muriel, BONGOG?
    ay, yayay!…dios marhay na aga po saindo gabos, sabado nin aga na naman, mag orogma sana po kita!…

  • #146017


    Rod
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    Mr. Muriel,
    Goodluck on this project and pls. keep usabreast onevery latest development. You don’t seemneeding help ‘coz you always use the words “We” or “Our” in all yourcorrespondences albeit you never divulge who your cohorts are. When can we expect the changes to take place? Will it be benign or drastic? I want to make sure that I’m back home so I don’t miss the boat when the big turnaround on the economy takes effect. Lintian….makakapot man lamang ki Dolyar bago matigbak.

  • #146014


    muriel
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    Gentlemen: This project is moving forward and have one goal and objective …… we know that this is the solution …….we knew that this will prevail ………thus, in this process of change and clean house …..it will be difficult for those who left the country and forgot where they came from …… including those who wears sunglasses…….

  • #146012


    hamdulila
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    Kung itoy hindi pumasa sa panlasa ng GB sa senado pa kaya… drawing lang ito walang magandang patutunguhan…. Gusto nyo daaanin natin sa botohan, gaya ng botohan sa senado bago pa man maging isang ganap na batas, Testing lang baga…LOLs ika nga in a democratic process majority always wins…

  • #146009


    muriel
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    Mr. Master:
    With the same profession you where, now currently called In formation Technology …. what we got here is just another ………………. however, clearly with now worsenig economic situaton in our country, it’s time to do change.

  • #146008


    ©παςΗ
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    That’s right. I still remember when I started computer programming in the ’90s. I was using GWBASIC to program an artificial intelligence loop where you ask questions and the answers will be in random. It was like a robot, a computer generated logic – like this thread, hahaha!

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