This Atenean thinks Pnoy is going to go down as the worst President in history. Find out why!

Pnoy steps down from Malacanang at noon today. Netizens though have mixed feelings about his departure. But one netizen has a strong sentiment going against Pnoy.

If we go by the SWS survey, Pnoy ends his Presidency on a high note as he received a high approval rating to the tune of 52% from the survey respondents. The survey was released on April 2016.

Pnoy’s drum beaters have touted him as the best President ever since Magsaysay because according to his supporters, the Philippines have gained the respect of the world in many aspects especially in the economic front.

Meanwhile, not all Filipinos share the same enthusiasm as the Pnoy supporters.

Speaking of which, Mr. Orion Perez, the staunchest advocate for Constitutional Reforms on and off line have a different take on the Pnoy as the 15th president of the Philippines.

Let us check out his recent post below.

Noynoy Aquino is going to go down in history as the Philippines’ WORST PRESIDENT ever, having been the most anti-reform president who refused to make any progress towards causing absolutely necessary constitutional reforms to happen, and plus his riding on his predecessor’s achievements despite his constant badmouthing and blaming her.

And this takes the cake… He was also the worst when it came to dealing with hostage situations.

Just barely a few weeks into his term, he was hit by the Luneta Bus Hostage Crisis which turned into a massacre when it shouldn’t have! It should have been really easy to fix that issue… The hostage-taker wasn’t asking for money. He just wanted to know that his case was going to be looked into. That was it. Very easy to solve. Had Noynoy stepped in, he could have shown that he was looking into it and getting the ombudsman to check it out and issue the right paperwork, and that could have been very easily facilitated early on within the first 2 to 3 hours of the hostage-taking.

But because he was (still is) so incompetent, he clearly did nothing in terms of getting it solved. No one had to die. It was an easy case to solve —- the hostage-taker Capt. Mendoza just wanted to know that his case was being reviewed, that was it. It’s easy to show that with simple paperwork. Heck, had it been facilitated at the highest levels, the hostages would have all been freed. No one would have died. But no, he did nothing and in the end it descended into a bloody aftermath with lots of innocent tourists from Hong Kong killed/injured.

Then recently there’s the issue of the Abu Sayyaf’s killing of two Canadians. There was absolutely no gesture on the part of Noynoy to show that he cared about trying to save their lives and get them all free. Nothing like that whatsoever.

Duterte hadn’t taken office yet but he was able to secure the Filipina hostage’s freedom.

And there’s the brouhaha about how Typhoon Haiyan was handled and the SAF 44 too. And there are many more.
The guy really was the most incompetent person ever to become President of the Philippines and even Erap Estrada was way better than Noynoy because at least Erap tried hard to get the anti-FDI restrictions of the 1987 Constitution removed through his “CONCORD” (CONstitutional CORrection for Development) initiative.
And what’s ironic is that I USED TO BE A YELLOW. Yup. I used to be a die-hard Ninoy-Cory fan — who’d wear yellow and fanatically flash the Laban sign.

It was NOYNOY who made all that go away. Yes, Cory did a lot of crazy things too that diminished her standing in my eyes, like her anti-constitutional reform stance and a few other acts. But when she died, on the day of her funeral, I forgot all about that and remembered the euphoria of Feb 25/26, 1986. On the day of Cory’s funeral, for the last time, I wore yellow and flashed the Laban sign.

And then some idiots decided to float the idea of getting the incompetent Noynoy to run for office to capitalize on Cory’s passing.
That’s where the magic totally ended. No more yellow for me.

Now that a new and much better person is coming in as the incoming President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Roa Duterte, we can look forward to having CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM finally happening.

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Source: Orion Perez



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