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Monday, July 4, 2011

Justified Anger

The Lady mayor of Davao City rest for a while after throwing punches to the daring Shrief  who thought he could man a cool demolition. Demolition always a tense situation. In the standard of the society throwing of punches of someone in authority is un ethical , but we can understand each one has a limitation. One can do it to abuse power and one can do it to exercise and to protect the good of majority. If we are going to trace  hours before it happened Mayor Sara was so busy personally monitoring the victims of floods in the city of Davao and asked thru Sheriff to wait her that she could personally witness the demolition and facilitate the residents of the area.  Here comes demolition started and chaos follows. Surely the mayor was not able to maintain her composure upon loojing the situation. Surely that demolition will turn into bloody if Mayor Sara  failed to come.

Was it evil or a virtue? The newly installed president of ADDU says, 
While it “would have been nicer" if the mayor did not attack Andres, Duterte-Carpio’s actions were correct because they were done “in defense of the people," Tabora said.

“When anger is provoked by wrong, anger is not only justified, it is a virtue," said newly-installed Ateneo de Davao University president Joel Tabora, S.J.

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