Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Karapatan ng bawat Batang Pilipino


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Karapatan ng bawat Batang Pilipino

1. Maisilang at magkaroon ng pangalan at nasyonalidad.
Right to be born and be given a name.
**What will happen if the RH bill becomes a law?
Mass murder of the innocent will be legalized
The Philippine Medical Association, renowned embryologists, and the framers of the Philippine Constitution, all say that life begins at conception, when the male sperm fuses with the female egg cell. At that point, the number of chromosomes necessary to complete a human being (i.e., 46) is complete, resulting in the creation of a unique human being. However, for this human being to grow and develop to his/her fullness, he/she generally needs to be implanted on and stay inside the mother’s uterus, which serves as his/her source of sustenance and habitation. Since what most contraceptives do is to prevent this human being from being implanted on the uterus—thus depriving him of sustenance and habitation--the effect is to kill the human being through suffocation and starvation. In this sense, murder of the innocent is committed.

The Filipino race will become extinct
Notes: For a nation to continue its existence, it must maintain a Total Fertility Rate (“TFR”) of 2.1 per woman of reproductive age. This is the rate needed to replace inevitable human loss. In the 1960’s, the “TFR” stood at a healthy 7 per woman. By 2008, it had plummeted to a mere 3.1. Without an RH Law, the TFR will decline to just 2.1 by 2025, after which it will continue its downward spiral, resulting in the aging and eventual extinction of our race.

Sa aking pananaw:
Sa RH bill mamimiligro ang karapatang mabuhay ng mga pilipinong sanggol. Hindi na sila mabibigyan ng pagkakataon maaruga o mabigyan ng pangalan dahil sa unang yugto palang ng buhay ay nais na silang pigilan sa pamamagitan ng contraceptives. Mayaman man o mahirap ay may karapatan mabuhay. Ang karapatan na ito ay hindi lang para sa mayayaman dahil may yaman o pera sila kundi para din sa maralita dahil may pangarap din sila.
Nais din nitong kontrolin ang populasyon ng Pilipinas. Masyadong makasarili ang batas na to, iniisip lang nito ang ikaalwanan o instant comfort ng henerasyon na ito. Pero naisip mo na ba anong mangyayari sa pilipinas 20-50 years from now? Maunting bata, kaunting work force, at maraming maraming lolo at lola (na kabilang na tayo doon) Good luck sa pinakamamahal ninyong ekonomiya mga gahaman na mambabatas.
  
2. Manirahan sa isang payapa at tahimik na pamayanan.
Right to live in a clean, peaceful, and safe environment.
3. Magkaroon ng tirahan at pamilyang mag-aaruga sa akin.
Right to have a caring family

Parents will lose part of their parental authority
Notes: By compelling children to undergo sex education even against their parents’ wishes, Section 16 of the RH Bill forces parents to surrender their Constitutional right to raise and develop the moral character of their children (see Art. II, Sec. 12 of the Constitution) and their statutory right to care and rear their minor children for the development of their moral, mental and physical characteristics and well-being (see Article 209, Family Code). Moreover, Section 28  (a)(2) of the RH Bill removes the requirement on parental consent in cases where a minor is abused by another member of the family, e.g., brother. Finally, Section 28 (a)(3) of the RH Bill forces a health care provider to extend health care services, e.g., dispensing contraceptive pills, to a minor even without parental consent.

Parents will surrender the right to raise their children according to their faith and the law
Notes:  The Catholic Church prohibits the use of contraceptives. The RH Bill ignores and nullifies this prohibition by promoting the use of contraceptives (through mandatory sex education under Section 16) and by enabling a minor to demand reproductive health services even without parental consent under Section 28 (a)(3)(4)

Families will be divided
Notes:  By empowering children to decide for themselves matters of reproductive health without involvement from, and even against the will of, their parents, the RH Law will destroy the unity of the family by driving a wedge between the children and the parents. The law will promote the independence of children, ultimately resulting in their rebellion, disobedience and defiance.

Sa aking pananaw:
Ipinagmamalaki ko ang kultura ng pamilyang Pilipino. Ito ay natatanggi saan man parte ng mundo. Iba tayo magpahalaga sa pamilya lalo na sa ating mga magulang. Sa RH bill, nanganganib ang importansya ng magulang sa paghubog ng kamalayan ng kabataan. Mararamdaman natin lalo ang epekto na to sa future generations ng ating bansa. Kung kelan kami nang mga kabataan ang mga magulang o kami na ang nakakatanda. Naniniwala ako sa wisdom ng magulang dahil walang magulang naghangad ng ikakasama ng kanilang mga anak.


4. Magkaroon ng sapat na pagkain, malusog at aktibong katawan.
Right to be strong and healthy.

People will be exposed to higher risk of contracting deadly diseases
Notes: The International Agency for Research on Cancer classifies oral contraceptive pills as Group 1 carcinogens. This means that the use of these pills increases the consumer’s risk of contracting breast cancer.  Findings of the Women’s Health’s Initiative have confirmed this risk., and even added the conclusion that their use also increases the risk of cerevascular disease, myocardial infarction, and pulmonary embolism.

Advocates moreover say that the RH bill will prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. This goes against the grain of many available scientific data. In some countries where condom use is prevalent, HIV/ AIDS continues to spread. Condoms provide a false security that strongly entices individuals towards increased sexual activity, increasing likewise the incidence of HIV/AIDS.
“Safe Sex” to prevent HIV/ AIDS is false propaganda

Sa aking pananaw:
Kung ang milyong milyon o marahil bilyong bilyon na igagastos sa pagpapatupad ng RH bill na ito ay ipapagawa ng eskwelahan, ospital, pagpapaunlad ng work force ng pilipinas, May batang Pilipino pa bang magugutom? Lalaking mangmang? O mamamatay dahil sa sakit? Malamang WALA
  
5. Mabigyan ng proteksyon laban sa pang-aabuso, panganib, at karahasan.
6. Mapagtanggol at matulungan ng pamahalaan.
Right to be supported by the government.

The poor will lose the opportunity to have more jobs, public schools, public hospitals, and free medicine
Notes:  A significant segment of the poor population has no access to medical services. They cannot afford to see a doctor, buy medicine, or have themselves confined in hospitals. The funds that would otherwise go to the purchase of contraceptives would be better used for these purposes.
People will pay more taxes
Notes: The RH Bill requires enormous funding for the acquisition of contraceptives and the delivery of reproductive health services, running in billions of taxpayers’ money as provided in Section 30. The escalating financial requirement will inevitably translate to more taxes.

A new source of corruption will be created
Notes: Quoting Renaud Meyer, the United Nations Development Program country director, the Phil. Daily Inquirer reported that the Philippines loses P1.92 billion to corruption every year. In 2000, the cost of corruption was 10% of GNP. A more recent estimate put it at close to 20% of the national budget

Sa aking pananaw:
Paano ipagtatanggol ng pamahalaan ang mga bata kung busy sila mangurakot sa pondo ng batas na ito. Paano pa matutulungan ang mga mahihirap kung ang budget ng pamahalaan ay naka-channel sa pagpapatupad ng batas na to. Basic medicine versus Contraceptives, Isipin ng mabuti, may libreng paracetamol (simpleng gamot sa lagnat) na naproprovide ba ang Health centers NGAYON? Manood ka ng documentaries lagi to ang reklamo ng mga health centers, basic medicine wala silang supply DAHIL WALANG BUDGET tapos libreng condom, contraceptives at libreng pagpapatali o IUD mayroon sila? Kalokohan…


7. Mabigyan ng sapat na edukasyon at mapaunlad ang aking kakayahan.
Right to education, to enhance talents and interests
8. Mabigyan ng pagkakataon na makapaglaro at makapaglibang.
Right to play.
9.Karapatang matuto nang mabuting ugali at magandang-asal.
Right to learn proper and good behavior.

Morality will deteriorate
Notes: Seven years of continued exposure to contraceptives--and the notion that the use of contraceptives removes the natural deterrent to pre-marital sex (i.e., pregnancy)—inevitably erodes such traditional values as “virginity before marriage”, marital fidelity, and chastity. The sexual act becomes a mere biological necessity, devoid of its spiritual dimension.
 
Children will become “sex experts”
Notes: Section 16 of the RH Bill obligates students, starting in grade 5 until 4th year high school—a total of 7 straight years—to undergo sex education that will teach them about the purpose and use of condoms, pills, IUD, and other contraceptives, ovulation periods, and other aspects of sexuality. Bombarding them with these birth-control methods increases the risk of these children believing that it is okay to have pre-marital sex, especially if the natural deterrent to engaging in sex (e.g., pregnancy) is perceived to have been removed.  

Sa aking pananaw:
Anong values ang tinuturo ng batas na ito? May isang documentary akong napanood, pagkatapos padaluhin ang ilang kabataan sa isang sex education lesson sa isang Health center sa kanilang lugar tinanong yung isang dalagita kung anong natutunan nya sa araw na ‘yon. Sabi nya: Ngayon po nalaman ko kung hindi na kaya magpigil mag sex maari na kaming gumamit ng condom para di mabuntis o di magkasakit.  Huwaaaaaaaaat!!!! Kumbaga sampol pa lang yan sa matutunan ng isang dalagita sa isang sex ed lesson na pinipilit ng RH Bill na to. Ano na nangyari sa kulturang Pilipino? Pagpapahalaga sa kababaihan at pagpapahalaga sa mabuting asal? Hindi Safe sex ang solusyon sa pagturo sa kabataan para hindi mapasubo sa maagang pagbubuntis. Values education more on Chastity education ang kailangan. Turuan ng value ng paghihintay at pagrespeto sa sexuality ng bawat isa. Ituon ang pansin sa tunay nilang priority: Hubugin ang magandang asal, magtapos ng kanilang pag aaral, paghubog ng talento at talino at pagpapahalaga sa Diyos at pamilya.

10. Makapagpahayag ng sariling pananaw.

People will lose part of their right to free speech
Notes: Sections 28 and 29 of the RH Bill prohibit and threaten with imprisonment any person who “maliciously engages in disinformation about the intent or provisions of the law”, or violate any provision of the law.
People will risk imprisonment for voicing their opinion
Notes: Any person who speaks against or otherwise disobeys the law may be sued and thrown to jail under Sections 28 and 29 of the RH Bill.

Sa aking pananaw:
Igalang daw ang demokrasya, pikon na pikon na giniit ng congresswoman na nakarinig ng hindi pag sang ayon ng karamihan sa kanyang speech sa isang plenary session sa congress. Kung para siya sa demokrasya, bakit may makukulong kung may sumalungat sa batas na ito once na maipasa? Bakit may penalty kung itutuwid ng katotohanan ang binaluktot nilang information tungkol sa batas na ito? Sabi nga ng mga taong sumasalungat sa batas na to, baka magkulang ang kulungan pag natupad ang batas na ito, eh marami rami silang ikukulong. Oo nga naman!!! may kulungan ba silang kaya accommodate ung ganun karaming tao sa luneta nun MARCH 25? hehe 

Eto ang aking pananaw hindi lang galing sa kung saan saan ngunit may batayan. Naninindigan ako para sa BUHAY, naninindigan ako para sa aking DIYOS at PANANAMPALATAYA, naninindigan ako para sa KARAPATAN NG BAWAT BATANG PILIPINO ng kahapon, ng kasalukuyan at ng hinaharap.

Tayo ay lilikha 
Bayan na pinagpala
 
Bayan na may kalinga
 
Kinabukasang alay sa mga bata

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