We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget.
The people of the Cordillera are struggling to make ends meet. Prices are going up, but salaries remain the same. This is making it difficult for them to afford basic necessities, such as rice, water, and shelter.
The rising prices of basic goods are a serious problem. The inflation rate in the Cordillera has been consistently higher than the national average, making it difficult for people to afford basic necessities. For example, the price of a kilo of rice rose from 35 pesos to 50 pesos in just a few months. This has had a disproportionate impact on minimum wage earners, who are often forced to choose between buying food and other essential items.
The government has done little to address this problem. They have not provided any subsidies to farmers or fisherfolk, and they have not taken any steps to regulate the prices of basic goods. This has allowed businesses to take advantage of the situation and raise prices to their own benefit.
The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), a conditional cash transfer program, has been criticized for being a temporary solution that does not address the root causes of poverty. Some people have raised concerns that the program is not reaching the poorest families in the Philippines, as some members were recommended by local officials.
Some government "ayuda" programs have also been criticized for being used as election campaign tools. These programs can be helpful in the short term, but they do not address the underlying causes of poverty. They also risk being used as election campaign tools, rather than as genuine attempts to help people in need.
The government needs to provide more sustainable solutions to the problem of rising prices of basic goods. This could include providing subsidies to farmers and fisherfolk, regulating the prices of basic goods, and increasing the minimum wage. These are just some of the things that the government can do to help the people of the Cordillera afford the food they need to survive.
We, Anonymous, will not stand for this. We will not allow the government to continue to ignore the plight of the people of the Cordillera. We will take action to address this problem and hold the government accountable.
We will not be silenced until the government takes action. We will continue to speak out until the people of the Cordillera are able to afford the food they need to survive.
We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.