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The Painful Truth To Philippines Brain Drain

Wasted years of time and thousands of pesos for education, for what? Crappy work?! Crappy pay?! Nothing that the Philippines can offer better among other countries. That’s why the OFW industry is booming every year. The only reason new graduates stay in this country is for a year or two of experience before heading out.

Now it shows that this country doesn’t have anything to offer, so sad seeing the truth, so many scientific inventions and discoveries (fluorescent light, Hydrogen-powered car, etc.) has been lost to other countries due to lack in support to Research and Development, Information Technology, Engineering, etc.

And the other and main problem of our country is the responsibility of every Filipino to correct. The corrupt politicians are in power because the people put them there. But this politician and its cohorts continue to steal because the people continue to allow them to do so and do not struggle to put them in prison.

When I was young I used to think that Marcos was the cause of our country’s woes. But 32 years, 5 administrations and 2 Popes later, I realized that it is We the people who are really at fault, the problem, because we have allowed it to happen to us and to our children.

You may dislike, hate me or call me unpatriotic or traitor but that’s the painful truth of our country.


Goodbye… Bring home the bacon!


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One thought on “The Painful Truth To Philippines Brain Drain

  1. If only the Philippine political authorities would heed and implement the ideas of Niall Ferguson, our economy would grow like the countries in the west. To explain Niall Ferguson’s ideas, I quote a blog post:

    If developing countries could implement ideas as quickly as a smartphone downloads data, they may choose to upload historian Niall Ferguson’s six killer apps for prosperity. Ferguson’s “apps” are philosophies gleaned from Western culture that he asserts promote wealth, stability, and innovation, ensuring steady growth over long periods of time.

    These six ideas (fully outlined in Ferguson’s book Civilization: The West and the Rest)are competition, a scientific revolution, property rights, modern medicine, a consumer-oriented society, and a strong work ethic. According to Ferguson, these “apps” answer the questions as to why, beginning in 1500, small European polities eventually began to dominate the globe, both through colonialism and economics.

    Ferguson’s central premise is that colonialism has not been a bad movement on the whole and that his killer “apps” can explain why the West rose quickly in dominance and continue to be on the forefront. He believes that these “apps” can be shared with developing countries to provide a roadmap for continued economic improvement. (Source:

    Then, the brain drain will be history.

    Posted by borrico1965 | August 26, 2012, 7:43 PM

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