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Thursday, September 19, 2013
How Calloused Public Officials Have Become
Now, it is coming to light that all these Malampaya
Funds worth over P23B were spirited from public coffer in the chaos that ensued
from natural calamities wrought by Typhoons Ondoy, and Pepeng.
The thieves, consisting of an elaborate net of
conspirators, exploited the tragedies, and hid behind ardent public sympathies
for the victims. Little did the public know that it was only a pretext to far
more insidious and sinister motives of plunder.
That bulk of the funds were ordered released by former
President GMA during the height of spending binge for the 2010 elections is of
no surprise. She had three terms, and this had been a familiar pattern, but
this was the grandest of all in terms of its sheer scale. This only confirms what many already had in
mind, but without proof.
Now all hands, though first to be hauled out are those
from the opposition, seem to have soiled and sullied by stolen public funds.
There’s really no way of euphemizing this, the public
officials stole taxpayers’ funds, and should be tried and punished if and when
It will be difficult, as the thieves, seasoned as they
are, have prepared and continuously conducted clearing operations as the crime
happened. They did away with any trail. If it was inevitable, they ordered
their staff to act for them. If it is yet imperative that they do the signing
themselves, I am sure they deliberately signed differently, so they could claim
forgery in the end. Everything else, that remained they had sweepers to make
sure they were destroyed.
Except the tucked memories of experiences and personal records of events of Benhur Luy, and
the rest of the whistleblowers, and Janet Napoles herself, if she finally
decides to do the right thing to save whatever is left of her muddy dark soul, and
bare all out.
It will be a long and risk-riddled trial. Each day,
the lives of the whistleblowers, including that of accused Napoles, hang in the
balance. One shot can change the course of the case. A few hitting their marks
could be a game changer.