Why Not Bayanihan Instead Of “Blame Game”?

Rebuilding the severely affected provinces by Typhoon Yolanda is no doubt the most difficult challenge the country is currently facing.

With electricity still down and with no definite timetable on its restoration in places like Tacloban and Ormoc, one could only wonder how will people resume their normal day-to-day life.

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Aerial footage of Leyte as taken by AP/ Wally Santana — http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/photo/48369/more-leyte-towns-show-extent-of-destruction

Reports on the slow delivery of relief operations on affected areas make the situation even more complicated as thousands of typhoon victims cry out every day for help as seen on the news on TV.

And while there seems to be no relief in sight due to the numerous complaints of slow delivering of relief goods, and numerous other barriers, Filipinismo believes this is not the time to play the blame game.

Yes, the PNoy administration already admitted its shortcomings in its preparation and response to the post-Typhoon Yolanda, but blaming and criticism without taking positive action will only exacerbate the situation.

At this point, what we all need to do is work together to ensure that the thousands of Filipinos affected by Typhoon Yolanda will get all the help they need. And hopefully, by extending help, the victims of Yolanda would eventually  recover and resume normal lives.

Bilib sa Pinoy! Buhayin ang Bayanihang Pinoy!

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