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Payag ka ba na ibalik ang mandatory ROTC?
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:04 pm 
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Pabor ako sa rotc.


Alangan naman ako lang nakatkatan ng bangs nun ng 4 na linggo :lol:

Taena kasi kala ko pag college wala na pakialam, yun pala 2 years pa ako magtitiis.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:42 pm 
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genetophile wrote:
Yung makabayan bloc na ayaw sa ROTC, magagamit nyo rin naman ito pag kayo namundok at umanib sa armadong pakikibaka. :lol:


Ayaw nila ng ROTC pero ang immersion nila dun sa bundok kung saan maraming NPA...
Mas mahirap yun kesa sa mag ROTC...

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:05 pm 
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genetophile wrote:
Payag ako. Alangan namang tayo lang pinahirapan. Dapat sila din. :lol:


Babawian nyo mga wala naman ginawa sa inyo? Pinoy talaga... :lol: :lol: :lol:

What if medical training naman ipa-mandatory? As in, hindi yung basic first-aid lang... Mukhang mas may pakinabang pa... Or sports training? Pang-Olympics...

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 8:21 am 
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thedarkdragon11 wrote:
genetophile wrote:
Payag ako. Alangan namang tayo lang pinahirapan. Dapat sila din. :lol:


Babawian nyo mga wala naman ginawa sa inyo? Pinoy talaga... :lol: :lol: :lol:

What if medical training naman ipa-mandatory? As in, hindi yung basic first-aid lang... Mukhang mas may pakinabang pa... Or sports training? Pang-Olympics...


Expound further...paki explain yung proposal mo na medical training gawing mandatory....

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 10:25 am 
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kami yong last batch ng nag ROTC..

:D

swerte na nong sumonod sa amin..


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 11:08 am 
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theboxer69 wrote:
kami yong last batch ng nag ROTC..

:D

swerte na nong sumonod sa amin..


Maswerte kami box, NSTP na ang inabutan namin...

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 11:13 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
theboxer69 wrote:
kami yong last batch ng nag ROTC..

:D

swerte na nong sumonod sa amin..


Maswerte sana kami box, NSTP sana ang inabutan namin...

:shock:













:lol:

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

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JABEZJ wrote:
Expound further...paki explain yung proposal mo na medical training gawing mandatory....


Yung halimbawa, paano ang tamang paglagay ng Catapres... Di kasi pwede basta kung sino lang naglalagay nun... Basta yung mga basic ng mga nasa medicine field na pwedeng gawin ng civilians other than first-aid...

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sa Israel military compulsory service is currently two years and eight months for men (with some roles requiring an additional four months of service), and two years for women. :shock:
Conscription in Israel
wikipedia wrote:
Conscription exists in Israel for all Israeli citizens over the age of 18 who are Jewish, Druze, or Circassian; Arab citizens of Israel are not conscripted. Other exceptions are made on religious, physical, or psychological grounds. The normal length of compulsory service is currently two years and eight months for men (with some roles requiring an additional four months of service), and two years for women.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 12:19 pm 
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I-abolish na yan.
Wala naman gano pakinabang yan sa future ng students.
Very susceptible to corruption pa.

WHY ROTC IS ABSOLUTELY THE WRONG IDEA ABOUT WHAT THE PHILIPPINES NEEDS
Posted by The Society of Honor on December 4, 2018

President Duterte has proposed making ROTC mandatory for grades 11 and 12 in the Philippines. A number of notables like Senators Ejercito and Gatchalian have signed onto the idea, citing it as a good way to instill patriotism and discipline among the youth of the Philippines.

Excuse me!

You mean the rote instruction method whereby students are required to recite back canned lessons has not taught discipline? And all the flag ceremonies, anthems, and parades have not instilled patriotism?

Maybe we have a shallow idea about what patriotism and discipline mean, eh?

Patriotism and discipline for democratic states does not mean obedience.

It means responsibility.

Patriotism is our responsibility to the nation and fellow citizens.

Discipline means giving of ourselves, sacrificing a little of our personal comforts, for the unity that makes a nation safe and strong.

My impression is that the nation’s youth are not lacking in the ability to follow orders or work diligently. They are lacking the ability to motivate themselves in a way that benefits the State. ROTC is an attempt to use obedience (marching and shooting) to instill patriotism and discipline.

Imposing obedience does not instill patriotism. It instills boredom and lack of imagination and sloth. Patriotism requires inspiration and ingenuity and effort.

Imposing obedience does not instill discipline. It instills trickiness to get around the punishments. It inspires corruption and cheating and other ways to avoid the hassles. It inspires double-dealing and demanding that others do what we want or we will call them unpatriotic.

Patriotism and discipline are the people’s willing gifts to the State. They cannot be petulant demands by the State to follow the dictates of leaders who can’t do what they preach. I mean, the absurdity of leaders conceding Philippine Seas to China while demanding patriotism from youth is mind-boggling.

It is so mind-boggling that we can know for sure that the idea of ROTC is meant to ensure people do not disagree with such lunatic thinking. They will remain quiet if the Commander in Chief does crazy deeds because . . . well . . . because he is their Commander in Chief.

The whole approach is off the mark . . .

If the leadership truly wants patriotism and discipline, it should do two things:

Clean up the State’s nonsensical, unpatriotic, undisciplined acts. Set a good example.
Teach kids to read and think on their own.
They will quickly come to the realization that life is as much giving as taking, and the greater riches are in the giving.

The last thing Filipino youth need is more rote instruction as if they were little more than bots being marched around the football field by their masters.

If you want to extract two years of sweat-equity in the nation, require public service, built along a peace corp line-up of projects that students organize, fund, and carry out. Clean up the town. Recycle the plastic. Manufacture road signs. Organize book fairs. Go out and read to younger classmates and excite them about thinking for themselves, and giving, and solving problems.

Teach them to be giving souls rather than self dealers like the current batch of legislators and much of the nation.

But marching around the quad in spit-shined shoes and holding a straight salute whilst looking ‘eyes right’?

Absolutely the worst thing for Filipino kids at this time of the nation’s development. Or lack of development, as the case may be.

That’s my view.
Here is a nice (more calm) synopsis of the pros and cons of the matter by young Filipino historian Al Ropasas: “Reserving the nation: ROTC in the Philippines”
Please feel free to add your own thinking in the comment section of the blog that follows the article.


https://joeam.com/2018/12/04/why-rotc-i ... nes-needs/


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 12:22 pm 
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Hindi nga makaporma sa China ih. si lolo mayor talaga o


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hindi na talaga nakatiis hihihihihihihihih




nilalangaw lang kasi ang sariling thread :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:












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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 1:19 pm 
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Ano ba ang mga pros and cons ng ROTC?
Paki lista mang Pelu...

Ililista ko rin ang pros and cons ng NSTP...yun lang kasi ang inabutan ko...

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 1:26 pm 
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JABEZJ wrote:
Ano ba ang mga pros and cons ng ROTC?
Paki lista mang Pelu...

Ililista ko rin ang pros and cons ng NSTP...yun lang kasi ang inabutan ko...

wahahahahaha di ko alam di ko kasi inabot yan brad, I'm a millenial hihihihih :lol:











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