An entire community of nations maybe as of the moment are closely watching the events that are unfolding in this tiny group of islands that lay across south east of asia. In history this little nation stands proud as amongst the few that a peaceful take over of government occurred. Its has been one moment in history that has been envied.
Today that event has slowly rising again. As if a dead wave of hatred resurfacing from its grave. Marching from every corner of every street thousands of people from all walk of life. Shouting protest, asking for, again a change of government.
But, way back from the time of its born, the so called People''s Power uprising, has it prove that it bury dead the cause of its nemesis, corruption? Maybe you will ask the same. If you walk along a crowded street among its main city and you recognize tagalog as your own language you will hear the famous infammy of corruption. It has rooted deep into the mainstream. From the lowest to the highest member of the society of leaders this phenomena that has been hated by the whole wide world is the common norm.For example an application for a sligthly small business venture would require a "padulas", a tagalog term for a substance or something that would help a thing to be inserted into a hole with ease.
So common the norm that today it grows big and turned into culture.