Looks Like This Is Something Filipinos For Economic Reforms Should Do

Every Filipino who's demanding and fighting for the Philippines to enter into economic liberalization and constitutional correction may consider reading this post's rather extreme alternative. They want to know what I really think should be done to those economic protectionist lovers who cry out, "FOREIGN INVASION!" towards foreign investors or continue to insist that self-industrialization is 100% achievable never mind they haven't tested that theory on an uncharted island? With the move to liberate the Philippine economy from the stupidity of 60/40 there's going to be a lot of idiots who are going to keep shouting that invaders are coming. This may sound crazy but I think this may be one alternative to help the Philippines become a better country.

My proposal isn't going to be easy but I think this is what every Filipino who supports economic liberalization should do. It's time to exile those Filipinos who are economic protectionist idiots to North Korea and Venezuela. Those two countries are made worse than the Philippines no thanks to their ultranationalistic policies that have restricted the flow of investments. If they say protectionism works then let them go to North Korea and Venezuela to show how their ideologies work for the better. They should go ahead and show how those countries "prospered" with such idiotic polices. Let's see them if they can have as much fun in North Korea as they would in South Korea. Let's see them have fun in Venezuela than in the more progressive areas in South America.

Some people who I believe we could exile there are members of Bayan Muna, Akbayan, Gabriela, Anak-Pawis, Migrante International or just anybody who keeps fighting to maintain economic protectionism. After all, there's no progress without a real hard battle right? Lee Kwan Yew didn't need to exile Singaporeans who kept fighting for economic protectionism but I think the Duterte Presidency may need to do it now since the Philippines has fallen way behind Singapore. I guess the problematic Singapore before wasn't that bad or was it? I can't really tell but I guess the founder of modern Singapore didn't have much of a problem that time! But Duterte's quest is just beginning and I don't think many Filipinos are happy with it. 

Unless of course, other Filipinos who want to fight for progress have better alternatives than the proposed massive exile. It's not like as if every Filipino has that capability to exile those Filipino ultranationalists with whatever means they have. There's only a few airlines in the Philippines though there are still shipping services to exile them. Neither do local airport services have it nor would it be feasible to call for other airline services from the Philippines' allies to help in the propaganda. Maybe I'm just kidding at the end of the day but I've dreamed of massive exile of Filipinos who want the country to remain in protectionism out of the country for good. 

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  1. "It's not like as if every Filipino has that capability to exile those Filipino ultranationalists with whatever means they have. There's only a few airlines in the Philippines though there are still shipping services to exile them. Neither do local airport services have it nor would it be feasible to call for other airline services from the Philippines' allies to help in the propaganda." - Then how about making makeshift boats for them? Of course, they should be made from "100% Filipino" materials only. The twist is they will start sinking after a few nautical miles away from the Philippines. Good luck if they will survive it, though. And should they return to the Philippines, they shall be executed on the spot. >:D

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  2. Protectionism only feeds the Philippine oligarchs who takes hold of Philippine economy. So these ultranationalists are the ally of the oligarchs

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