Pilipino.org.ph and Civil Disobedience

Is it possible to politically influence Filipinos via a web site?

Capt. Nicanor Faeldon put up www.pilipino.org.ph and this is what he hopes to achieve: "I hope to help change government. To show people that it can be done, to keep them from giving up hope, both in themselves and in their fellow Filipinos."

When I first saw the site after reading about it in INQ7, I noticed a number of posted comments against Capt. Faeldon.

If you visit the Pilipino.org.ph comments page now, however, you'll find more positive responses. I wish they would post both positive and negative comments, but hey, it's his web site.

Question: Can a web site politically motivate Filipinos? Let's see... Can Conrado De Quiros move readers enough to take action? Hmmm. Have I just answered a question with a question?

I saw this old movie about Gandhi where people displayed civil disobedience. You might want to watch it again. From there you will be able to discern whether civil disobedience will work in the Philippines.

[ First posted on 01/11/2006 by Manuel Viloria ]



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