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Saturday, October 30, 2010


Erle Frayne D. Argonza
October 2010

Good day to you all!

For this month, which was captured by the celebratory mood of the German Octoberfest, the world went through both tumultuous and celebratory moods.

I began this month with a publication of an article on “Fitness Program & Capacity-Building.” Being athletically and fitness-inclined, I began reflections with fitness & wellness as a way of reminding people about the supreme import of de-toxifying the body through a regular fitness program.

This analyst actually got sick by late September, an ailment that over-flowed till early October. I often get sick of severe allergic rhinitis, with the severity moving to acquiring inflammations with fevers.

So starting the month with physical wellness was also a way to remind myself to get back to the fitness game pronto, and go back to the gym as early as possible. By October the 5th I was back on the gym, back on a 4-day gym regimen, and back to long walks in the alleyways and nature sites of my work home south of Manila.

To reverb the times, storms hit the planet as usual, with Indonesia going through another flood episode. Indonesia seems to have solved its forest haze that was an issue sometime back, so we say our own kudos to the environmental precautions implementors in Jakarka and the ASEAN. Finally, there was the powerful 260 KPH typhoon that struck Luzon island of the Philippines.

The anti-terror campaign up North had found renewed vigor after the USA’s own celeb of the 9/11 event. This prompted me to write about concealed truths regarding the terrorist-makers of the USA and Europe, truth that trace such terror-makers right inside the Establishment of the two continents.

Meanwhile, we all watch as the North’s economies continue to flounder, with a 2nd recessionary dip threatening America altogether. Europe continues to wallow in the Jurassic flaks of the financiers (IMF-led) to institute austerity measures in the form of wage cut-backs, social services budgetary cuts, health benefits cuts, and so on.
Asia continued to kept the world in awe though, which is the positive side to the month. Asia’s stock markets continue to move up, defying patterns set in old fogey New York stock exchange (Dow Jones, Nasdaq). Asia’s growth patterns continue at sustained paces, with China on the lead, thus sustaining the global growth amid the downturns of the North.

In my own country, the patterns of growth have so far indicated the positive side. G.I.R. was at all time-high of $49.6 Billion (9-10 months imports), Balance of Payments or BOP stood at past $3B, exports & imports are back to high-growth times, unemployment remains checked at past 8%, and it was identified as the top investment area for Europeans to go to (per British financiers’ assessment).

The only black mark in RP’s growth pattern is the inability to meet the UN MDG target of cutting poverty by half by 2015 (poverty remains at 33% or more of the labor force). Aside from that, there’s the corruption low standing of the country in international yardsticks, something that chief exec Aquino should address very positively.

For the spirit of Octoberfest, Brazilian samba, and Asian world music, let’s celebrate our own growing sense of global brotherhood, peace and cooperation.



Mitra Salardono said...

Pls don't forget the strong quake that struck my country Indonesia too. Thanks!

Helen Tiamzon said...

Sir Erle, too much fiasco has been done by Aquino's aides. Like the palace girl who said derogatory words in Vietnam using twitter, very shameful! Disgusting!

Henzel Gracioso said...

Prof, in case you read about the NWO, that powerful storm Juan that hit your country and is now slamming China could be the handiwork of the NWO/Illuminati.

Li Pang Ang said...

ASEAN is doing real good,this month was an ASEAN month. Meeting in NY, meeting in Vietnam, full of optimism.

Cruzando Pereira said...

Germany's Octoberfest surely hit good across the planet. We respect that here in Rio.

Androti Tatiana said...

Church prelates are saying bad things about Holloween. They should leave the folks alone.

Love McBride said...

We're preparing for the polls in the USA. I'm from Wyoming and I can already smell another victory for mediocre politicians here whatever their parties. Sad for my country!

Ravi Makenda said...

For Uganda, a nice month. My country is now moving away fast from the pains of Idi Amin catastrophe.