Friday, September 21, 2007

ZTE Broadband; what's the deal?

This had been the issue since the past weeks and I can't help myself from stating my opinion here. It seemed that the infamous country, the Republic of the Philippines, is yet again dragged into another catastrophic situation by the officials that was governing it. How come I said so? As the senate inquiry of the infamous country progresses, it was found out that the said broadband deal that would connect all of the major government firms was over-priced by more than a hundred million dollars!

Where in God's grace would the Philippine government get a huge amount of money amounting to more than 300 million dollars (read news here) for the said project, when it's still under fiscal crisis for the debts made previously were still unpaid up to now! You can just imagine that even the unborn residents of the infamous country, the one's still in the process of being sperminated, already had huge amount of debt on their shoulders. Even if the country exports more domestic helpers, it isn't enough to satisfy the GNP (Gross National Product) and GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of the said infamous country because half of the entire national budget would just end up in paying off national debts previously incurred, and one-fourth of the said budget will end up in the pockets of the so-called corrupt officials. So how in the world are they going to facilitate the country with a tight budget? Pass all of the expenses to the poor majority?

Gosh! Why in the world does Philippine Government officials so corrupt? Didn't they know that instead of making the lives of the whole community better they're making it even worst! I just can't comprehend why they need to over-price the said project, and ask a broadband company, that had prevalent criminal issues, according to Sen. Lacson in other countries, instead of choosing capable local companies that had also expertise in the said project at a cheaper cost.

1 comment:

cobreloa said...