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Tags: Blog Action Day, climate change, Environment, Mother Earth
Today, October 15th, bloggers around the web will unite to put a single important issue on everyone’s mind – the environment. Every blogger will post about the environment in their own way and relating to their own topic. Our aim is to get everyone talking towards a better future. – Blog Action Day
In my own little way, I am posting here my simple sketch that says something about our environment. This is my little contribution to this unique endeavor. I hope you get the message.
Sometimes I wish I was conscious about our environment since birth. In being so, I would have avoided adding burden to Mother Earth. But with its current state, I’d rather dream that I have not contributed to its destruction. One way or the other I did because I opened my eyes a little bit late . And we all are guilty, somehow.
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This is for you BIG ot Malu Fernandez from an OFW with wit and common sense.
Malu Fernandez is a columnist of The Manila Standard Today who had an article in People Asia Magazine titled “From Boracay to Greece“. This article smacks of bigotry, discrimination and elitist view of OFW’s “being trapped like a sardine in a sardine can with all these OFWs smelling of AXE and Charlie cologne while Jo Malone evaporated into thin air.“
In her response, she claimed that “the magazine got a few e-mails from people who didn’t get the meaning of my acerbic wit.“
Malu Fernandez is an unknown entity (in the net) until bloggers took notice of her bigotry. Google does not show any informations of who she is except now; all of which are from posts of Pinoy bloggers who are mad about her insensitivity and stupid view of OFW’s.
For more informations, please visit the following:
- SUPILIN SI MALU FERNANDEZ NG MANILA STANDARD TODAY
- Malu Fernandez – WordPress
- Malu Fernandez – Google
Notice (24080330hrs): I believe that we have said what must be said and we have expressed what must be expressed to the the woman who caused us hurt. And perhaps, she already learned her lessons the hard way.
This blog has been very open and liberal in accepting all types of comment because this blog does not believe in any forms of censorship BUT, as well-meaning bloggers said, there are other actions and other ways to let them know our sentiments. So, I am now closing the comment box.
Maraming salamat po sa inyong lahat. Mabuhay ang mga OFW’s at lahat ng Pinoy sa buong mundo.
Let us all move on.
Whoa, three in a row. This time, the crazy spark in my brain lighted up. I am seeing flames.