If the United States of America has its own brand of fishwrap called the National Catholic Reporter and a Hell's Bible called the New York Times, we here in the Philippines has the worst of both in one paper, called the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
If its bad news, it makes the headlines.
If its something good, look for it at the Internet.
Then after the publicity stunt of that publicity hungry anti-Catholic pervert in the Manila Cathedral-Basilica, the similarly twisted minded anti-Catholic columnists of the Philippines' Satan's Paper, Conrado de Quiros and Rina Jimenez David, praised the stunt of the pervert.
Seems they were educated from the same school, eh? Gutter University?
Here is a brilliant response from Atty. George C. Dee of the Couples for Christ-Foundation for Family and Life Laguna District.
We have to take note the Ms. David is pro women's right which is veiled as "pro-choice" or "pro-contraception" or...yup! PRO-ABORTION.
It is only a matter of time before the war on secularization in the Philippines goes full blown.
Remember that passage in the Gospel wherein Christ illustrates the folly of a blind leading the blind?
How will you expect writer's of Hell's Bible in the Philippines react to whatever the Catholic Church does?
They are barking their heads off for the Catholic Church's meddling in politics?
Did you hear them say anything about what Cardinal Sin did in the People Power Revolution?
...in the illegal gambling campaign of Archbishop Emeritus Oscar Cruz?
...in the fight for agrarian reform?
The problem with most of these journalists...is that they spend more time in front of their computers, collecting PR money, but not even spending more time actually experiencing what they write.
Don't get me wrong. I was a journalist myself being trained in the Inquirer myself.
But believe me when I say...the most terrorizing authority in the face of the planet is a desk editor. HIS WORD IS LAW! The greatest irony of it all...Journalists are the guardians of democracy but there is no such thing in a news room.
And you expect these columnists to tell you how to live your lives, morally upright?