ORTIGOZA: Over – sex ang Pinoy dahil sa quarantine

April 23, 2020 at 4:54 am Leave a comment


Sabi ko na nga tama iyong kumentaryo ko sa radio at sa social media na isang social problem na maging bunga nitong mahigit  isang buwan na na lock down at quarantine kontra sa deadly Novel Corona Virus Disease – 19 (COVID-19) ay ang pagsabog uli ng mala rabbit nating population.

109,581,078 na po tayo ngayong year 2020 ayon sa United Nations.

Alam ito ni Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte. Kaya noong namudmud siya kasama ang mga kawani ng Davao City Hall ay kasama na doon sa relief goods ang mga di mabiliang na condom.

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Ayon sa newsreport kamakailan ng Super Radyo Davao, nanawagan si mayora na habang naka home quarantine ang mga mag asawa at mag partner ay huwag mag pa sobra (siyempre sa sex hihihi – author) at mag obserba ng family planning.

Natawa naman ako kasi iyong pinsan kung maganda na si Sachious ay nag comment sa Facebook sa Bisaya doon sa post ng Super Radyo:

“Bright jud ang taga Davao City sa safety first. Mayor Inday candles pud para sa mga single”.

Naintindihan kung bright iyong mga taga Davao City, pero iyong candles sa mga walang asawa hindi ko makita ang kuneksiyon sa birth control.

 Anyway, patuloy ninyo pong basahin ang sentiment ko.

Sa panayam sa akin ni T-Radio Mindanao 88.1 News FM.anchorman James Paciete sinabi ko na na ang enhanced community quarantine, police and military checkpoints, at lockdown ay nanganganak ng ibat ibang social problems sa Pilipinas.

Ito ay nagtutulak sa mga Pilipino na magnakaw, manghold up, at kung kinakailangan ay pumatay para lang makuha ang pag aari ng kapwa Filipino.

“Kaya ang tawag diyan sa batas ay Robbery Resulting in Homicide kasi ang intensiyon ay nakawan ang kapwa pero dahil umalma siya ay pinatay ng kawatan,” ani ko sa ilonggo sa aking “bunker sa Cotabato Province habang naka phone patch si James sa akin sa kanyang 4 to 5 P.M radio program sa Surallah South Cotabato.

Pero kaninang umaga pag gising ko sa malaking bahay na ang dingding ay gawa sa sulanggi (sliced bamboo), nakita ko ang isang lampooned video na kung saan ang isang radio announcer ay pinaunlakan na manawagan ang isang umiiyak na maganda at batang ginang sa kay President Rodrigo Duterte dahil sa quarantine.

“Kay Mister President ako po’y magtatanong lang. Kailan po matatapos iyon hong quarantine?”

Oo nga ano, ani ko. Hindi lang theft, robbery, at homicide ang social problems na naidudulot nitong phantom killer Corona Virus – 19 kundi ang paglubo ng population natin na na sa kasalukuyan ay nasa halos, Diyos na mahabagin, 110 million na.

Dahil na extend ng April 30, 2020 ang April 14, 2020 lifting ng lock down hindi lang itong inyong lingkod ang hindi na makakauwi sa Dagupan City ng maaga kung hinde dodoble’ or ti triple’ ang manganganak na mga ginang sa buong Pilipinas magbilang tayo mula sa start ng quarantine at lockdown noong March 16 at sa period kung saan ang babae ay mabuntis at manganganak.

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Hindi maganda ang madami ang population. Compare natin ang Thailand at ang Philippines.

Noong 1975 halos magkapareho lang ang population natin sa kanila dahil sa high fertility rate and the same population living under poverty rate.

Ayon sa United Nations ngayong year 2020 ang Pilipinas ay may 109,581,078 na population at may year 2018 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) na U.S $330,910,000.000 (countryeconomy.com) na kung saan ay lalabas ang $3,020.00 per capita income (PCI) bawat Filipino kung ito ay e divide sa population.

Sa mga mahilig pumunta ng C.R o nagbubulakbol noong college, sa Economics 101 tinuturo po ng professor natin na itong formula na sinasabi ko ay Population divided by GDP equals PCI.

Ang Thailand ay may GDP na $504,928,000, 000 at may 69.80 million population at may PCI na $7,309.

$7,309.00 ng Thailand versus $3,020.00 ng Pilipinas ay ibig sabihin mas marami ang pera ng Thailander sa theoretical na division of wealth through PCI.

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Remember in 1975 Thailand and the Philippines had roughly the same population, a high population growth rate, a high fertility rate, and the same number of the population living under poverty line.

But because the Thai government, just like the Marcos Administration in the 1970s, aggressively promote family controls for 35 years after 1975, the following results, according to Dr. Nibhon Debavalya, Thailand’s leading population expert, ensued:

* Thailand was able to radically reduce its population growth rate to 0.6 percent while the Philippines inched down to 2.04 percent in the period 1970-2010.

* During the period 1970-2008, Thailand’s GDP per capita grew by 4.4 percent, while the Philippines’ grew by 1.4 percent.

* By 2010, there were 93.6 million Filipinos, or over 20 million more than the 68.1 million Thais. This gap of 25.5 million is the demographic advantage enjoyed by Thailand – one that has made a vast difference in the economic performance and the quality of life of the people in the two countries.

(This resulted to more social services and agriculture subsidies in particular given by the deep pocketed Bangkok government to its population, more chances of employment from the jobs offered by the local and foreign investors – Author)

* By 2010, only 9.6 percent of Thais lived under the national poverty line while 26.4 percent of Filipinos

How can we uplift the standard of living of the Filipinos?

My Answer: Fight population explosion, change the foreign economic equity on the corporate ownership from 40 percent to 100 percent just like what Vietnam and Singapore had done to attract foreign investors, diversify our overseas foreign workers deployment as the dropped of the prices of oil in many states become an economic menace, and buttress the growth of our local industries like manufacturing and business outsourcing like call centers and medical transcriptionists.

On how to fight population explosion, here’s Debavalya.

“A final decisive factor was the national government’s durable commitment to a comprehensive program that systematically provided information and contraceptives, especially to the poor and in rural areas”.

He said that while non government organizations, such as Meechai’s Population and Community Development Association, were important in educating rural Thais on the different methods of family planning, it was the government that provided access to contraceptives in the grassroots.

Here’s the take of opposition stalwart Albay Congressman Edcel Lagman on the quarantine versus Convid19 and our runaway population:

He urged the national government to continue discharging its mandate of extending free condoms and other contraceptives as the Luzon lockdown will most likely be extended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Lagman, primary author of the Reproductive Health Law under Republic Act No. 10354, said as quoted by Pulitiko the level of “intimacies between couples who are locked down together break the barriers of social distancing” in the midst of the ongoing lockdown to contain the COVID-19 crisis.

(You can read my selected columns at http://mortzortigoza.blogspot.com and articles

at Pangasinan News Aro. You can send comments too at totomortz@yahoo.com)

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