How Can the Philippines Achieve Progress If FLIPFAGs Ignore EVEN SIMPLE TASKS Such as Cleaning the Place Up?!
|Is too too much to ask those FLIPFAGs to clean up the place?!|
When I think about how the typical Pinoy or the FLIPFAG belittles menial work such as cleaning up the place or taking out the trash, it ultimately creates a generation that is rebellious and hardheaded. If they are allowed to refuse to do "dirty work" then how can they be entrusted with bigger things? Remember, whoever cannot be trusted in little cannot be trusted in much. Doing small jobs such as cleaning your room, fixing your bed, etc. gives one the necessary training to be a responsible person. I have noticed how these FLIPFAGs love to use the word "janitor" as a degrading word towards anyone they hate. For them, jobs like being a janitor, a welder, a waiter or whatever is never glamorous and they want easy jobs. I have observed how in one area, a Tagala (a reference to a Tagalog lady) was so rude she threw her garbage anywhere, she would look down at people in the service industry and once incident, she even splashed the juice at the waiter's face because the order was taken to the wrong table. I'm not here to demean Tagalogs but sad to say, a lot of Tagalogs are really very arrogant and dirty.
What is worse is that what accompanies this laziness is their spendthrift habits and worse, most of them have expensive tastes like wanting a VIP ticket to a concert even if it costs much or rejecting a Toyota in favor of a BMW never mind they are BWM or broke without money. Somehow, the lazier the person, the most spendthrift they tend to be which in turn, they want easy money. Such a very bad attitude makes them easy targets for illegal Chinese businessmen who are involved in any form of unethical business such as illegal weapons trade and drug trafficking. It reminded me of studies of OFWs with bad spending habits. While being a maid in Singapore means having much higher payment than being a maid in the Philippines but it's one week of scrubbing and sweeping before one gets the huge pot of gold right? On the other hand from what I heard, drug dealing may not always be an everyday transaction, which in turn it's very difficult to prove resulting to a three years investigation of the three Failipino drug mules prior to being proven guilty for execution.