Archive for the ‘philippines’ Tag

BBC News: Philippine Abu Sayyaf militants free Norwegian hostage

Philippine Abu Sayyaf militants free Norwegian hostage – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-37396675

BBC News: Philippine President Duterte curses Obama over human rights

Philippine President Duterte curses Obama over human rights – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-37274594

Well.. the comment about Obama made me laugh.. have to hand it to Duterte, he’s coming across as a man not to be manipulated by the USA and although I don’t agree with outright killing of people … He has a point.. and it’s working. .. so if he’s man enough and passionate enough to stand up to these parasites that are feeding the addiction of others…. well then. . good on him for doing so. . And shame on the UN for being such a pack of useless twats as are they always. 

Time to sit back and watch the fun…

That and North Korea firing more missiles into Japanese waters… This is going to be an entertaining year :p

Babies, The Future, and Population Statistics

An interesting couple of documentaries by the bbc about the changing population of the world with two extreme examples, the massive population decline in Japan and the massive increase in the Philippines. Two different countries at the two different ends of the economic boom.

Statistics trending both ways, as Japan declines and the older generation are too many for the working generation to support (much like what’s happening in NZ) and in the Philippines where it’s the other way around.

Watching the documentary, you can see, that what happened with the boomers in Japan and how its effected the country, will happen to the Philippines or any growing economy. India and China no doubt will be no different.

The third documentary is the statistic one, really interesting to see the world as a whole population wise.

 

no sex please, we’re Japanese, BBC documentary

 

The Definitions of Lower, Middle, and Upper Class–BBC Documentary

 

OVERPOPULATED – BBC Documentary

 

 

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