• Emmanuel V. d'Aboville

Your right to politics




Your right to politics,

Politics is the art of living together.


Trough it you can influence what you want the future to be like for you and your children.


Our right to know about who is governing our town, our province or our country, is something to be enjoyed!


I don't want someone pocketing my taxes, when together we voted that person to lead our towns direction. I mean no way!


I don't want a guy up there, whose ambition has nothing to do with our towns future, but only how to use the time in office to get rich personally, no way!


Here in the Philippines we are blessed with many politicians, great !


I want an able person who cares about me, my family and my neighbors families, and about our rights and freedoms. Who protects and beautifies my environment, helps bring in money. Makes the rules good and simple. I want to know that as long as I'm not cheating anyone, I'll be safe. I want it to be easy to do things, to create some fruits for myself or to share ! I want someone who vows he will do his best in his given time for all this.

Someone who will care about the lives of everyone. So that it's nice to walk there, people are happy! There is peace! There is respect! Things work! The nature is protected, it is radiant! The parks are maintained, they are worth a regular trip! It's truly lovable,I am proud of my town!


{ Agenda 21 is the bomb. I love nationalism, but if your offering world citizenship, Yes please! Agenda 21 is a UN plan for the world written in 1992 on which the UN is basing future growth. }


Voting for your president in any country, is voicing out the future you want for the world, this planet.


Am I going to like my town in 1 year, 5 years, 50 years from now?

Yes please!

So politics, yes please, a decent serving please.


© In Mandala Art

Metro Manila

PHILIPPINES