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The Next Government Will Inherit P10 Trillion Debt


The Filipinos know what's happening, thanks to social media. Filipinos just don't care enough about the Philippines anymore. Our country is continually raped again and again by the same people and these offenses are continued by their sons and daughters.

Why should I care for the Filipinos? Why should I care for the Philippines?

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My Unborn Children's Grandchildren are already in debt...they are not even born yet hehehee

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Will the next set please let me in on how you plan to control this 

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The next set of people with high chance of winning the next election have already made up their minds. I do not see any of the presidentiables as a solution. I hope I'm wrong.

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wala naman naging matinong president, lahat may issue, lahat may di kayang iresolba kasi ang problema dinadagdagan pa at ang realidad ung kapwa pinoy din wala nang iba un ang problema. kahit sino umupo dyan lahat may burning ambition sa position lahat gagawin makuha lng ang pwesto, 

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If I'm not mistaken, the total debt stock has reached its current level because of the borrowings of multiple administrations.

Economic managers of the current administration has stated that the debt level is manageable and I hope they're right about it.  This country has potential.  If we play our cards right, paying off the debt shouldn't be a problem.

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Yes my corruptn tlg at my mga kpalpkn ang gobyrno.  Negatibo kaagd. Ciempr tumaas utng dhl wala msydong collectionMy ratio yan s utang at gdp, kya positive outlook p rn ang evaluation. Andali kc pumuna at hnd nmn alm yng nangyyri.. Bago at tuwing my eleksyn my dayaan, sakitan, patayan at ngbenta nang boto.

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The debt could have been managed better. Kaso hindi eh. Wala naman mali sa pagutang o utang mismo. US nga may utang din eh. Pero at least, sa kanila may pinupuntahan kahit papano. Satin ramdam mo ba?

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So far, OK pa ang level ng utang ng Pinas kumpara sa ibang bansa. Nararamdaman ko ba na may improvement? Oo. Noong 2013-2015 sa Ortigas ako nagtatrabaho, every week meron nahoholdap, nasa-saksak - withdraw Lang sa ATM. Noong mga 2010s, sobrang lala ng trapik sa EDSA at C5, tumigil na ako sumakay ng MRT kasi sobrang dami Tao at lagi nasisiraan. Mas mababa income tax na binabayaran ko ngayon. Mas mabilis na internet... Kahit papaano may improvement naman. 

Php 10 trillion na utang ng Pinas - OK pa tayo. Ang USA $27 trillion utang. 

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On 3/1/2021 at 11:04 AM, Cloudsolv said:

So far, OK pa ang level ng utang ng Pinas kumpara sa ibang bansa. Nararamdaman ko ba na may improvement? Oo. Noong 2013-2015 sa Ortigas ako nagtatrabaho, every week meron nahoholdap, nasa-saksak - withdraw Lang sa ATM. Noong mga 2010s, sobrang lala ng trapik sa EDSA at C5, tumigil na ako sumakay ng MRT kasi sobrang dami Tao at lagi nasisiraan. Mas mababa income tax na binabayaran ko ngayon. Mas mabilis na internet... Kahit papaano may improvement naman. 

Php 10 trillion na utang ng Pinas - OK pa tayo. Ang USA $27 trillion utang. 

What improvement are you talking about?

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On 3/1/2021 at 11:04 AM, Cloudsolv said:

So far, OK pa ang level ng utang ng Pinas kumpara sa ibang bansa. Nararamdaman ko ba na may improvement? Oo. Noong 2013-2015 sa Ortigas ako nagtatrabaho, every week meron nahoholdap, nasa-saksak - withdraw Lang sa ATM. Noong mga 2010s, sobrang lala ng trapik sa EDSA at C5, tumigil na ako sumakay ng MRT kasi sobrang dami Tao at lagi nasisiraan. Mas mababa income tax na binabayaran ko ngayon. Mas mabilis na internet... Kahit papaano may improvement naman. 

Php 10 trillion na utang ng Pinas - OK pa tayo. Ang USA $27 trillion utang. 

The US and PH are two very different countries to be compared. One is a first world, the other is a third world. If you compared Vietnam and Philippines then your statement could make more sense. As for things being "OK", did the funds from what we loaned from other countries really went to the betterment of our nation, especially during this pandemic? All the improvements you mentioned are pre-pandemic.

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