Is justice "dead" in the Philippines? Yes it is. Has been since 1983.


The Yellowtards keep clucking about how democracy "died" after the dead-final decision of the Supreme Court to void the appointment of now Never-had-been-chief-justice Lourdes Sereno. But because they are so selective in their idea of what it means to be a "just" society, they fail to realise the injustice within their own ranks.

The most astounding slackery in the application of "justice" in the Philippines is how former President Benigno Simeon 'BS' Aquino III failed -- even as the most powerful man in the country at the time -- to solve the murder of his own father, the late former Senator and father of the Yellowtards, Benigno 'Ninoy' Aquino Jr.

So before these Yellowtards issue another shrill cry of mourning for the "death" of "justice" in the Philippines, they should first spare a thought of how a son could fail his own father like no other.

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