Monday, June 16, 2008


In the morning of May 16, 2007 I went in front of the Thai Embassy in
Makati City. That was about 10:35 in the morning before lunch-break. I held a peaceful and lawful protest-action in front of the Thai embassy to persuade the Thai government to return democracy back to the Thai people. I was able to enter the lounge at the ground-floor of the embassy. I was miraculously allowed by the embassy's security guards and employees to deliver a "letter appealing for the return of democracy in Thailand". I was also allowed by the Thai embassy's security guards and employees to put balloons (which had slogans for democracy) at the front-side garden of the embassy. The slogans on those balloons were the following:
After putting those balloons at the front-side garden of the Thai Embassy, I burned some few incenses and prayed right there in front of such embassy for the return of democracy in Thailand. After some few minutes I took out all those balloons and gave all of those things away for free to the passers-by. That action was a peaceful and lawful one. I'm planning to repeat such type of peaceful and lawful action in front of other foreign embassies that are currently representing dictatorial and despotic national governments in the coming days. I already did only recently some similar actions to the other embassies of Southeast Asian countries which do need serious democratization-process now. Such were the embassies of Burma, Malaysia, Singapore and others. My advocacy is called "political abrogationism". Such advocacy wants to peacefully and lawfully abolish all the dictatorships, monarchic reigns and despotic regimes all over this world. Such advocacy wants every country, every social organization and every culture in this world to peacefully and lawfully embrace real, global and moral democracy.
You can view what I did at the Thai Embassy on May 16, 2007 by clicking this web page
now: . Or click this web page now: and select the video with the title:

The following were the contents of the letter that I gave to the Thai ambassador on that

said day:

"Thailand was once a shining example of a free and democratic country in Southeast

Asia. Thailand has once a democratic government that once was urging its neighboring

states, like the nation of Myanmar or Burma, to be democratized and allow the reign of

human rights among their peoples. But now Thailand has become a country of uncertainty-

its democracy was replaced with military rule. Thailand's military generals have formed a

junta that is currently governing the Thai people. Many civil liberties of Thais have been

suppressed. Human-rights' violations all over Thailand has become rampant once again.

I hope that the current Thai ambassador in the Philippines can urge the current Thai

junta to give way to democracy and allow the reign of human rights and civil liberties once

again among the Thai people. I hope that the Thai people can work peacefully and lawfully

for the democratization of Thailand and its neighbor- Burma. I hope that the current Thai

ambassador to the Philippines can urge the leadership of the U.N. to allow the

democratization and the holding of free elections in the whole U.N. Organization. I also hope

that the Thai government can help pressure the Burmese junta to release Miss Aung San

Suu Kyi, and, also, to give way to democracy.

I hope that the Thai people will once again have the privilege and responsible freedom

to elect their government leaders. The Filipino people have been successful in holding free

elections last May 14, 2007. I hope that the Thai people can have their free elections once

again in their own country. Best wishes to the current Thai ambassador in the Philippines!

Peaceful and lawful democratization for Thailand and for this whole world!

Human rights and civil liberties for all the humanity of this world!!!!!"

I believe in political abrogationism. It is an advocacy which preaches that all dictatorships, monarchic reigns and despotic regimes all over this world should all be abolished peacefully and lawfully. Political abrogationism also preaches that every country, every social organization and every culture in this world should peacefully and lawfully embrace democracy. Political abrogationism is just an advocacy. I know that the ultimate objectives of such an advocacy are nearly-impossible to achieve. I know that such an advocacy is some kind of a doctrine dreaming of a perfect world. I didn't create such advocacy to really make democracy become absolute all over this world. We know that most countries in this world right now are already democracies. And I know that some situations will occur on this planet that can give way to dictatorial rule in some parts of this world. I created the advocacy of political abrogationism for the main purpose of making the wise citizens of this world become always vigilant in their lifetimes in defending the importance of human rights, democracy, civil liberties, constitutional processes and responsible freedoms for all the humanity of this world. Such form of vigilance should always guide humanity in the march for global stability and progress. In such a way, the awareness of the importance of individual self-manifestations and self-expressions being coordinated to social harmony and pluralism among the humanity of this planet would always be safeguarded by the wise citizens of this world.
I once joined several on-line campaigns that petitioned Pervez Musharraf (the current President of Pakistan) to resign from his illegitimate presidency and give way to the return of democracy in Pakistan. We made several appeals to the many internet forums all over the world to make the whole international community pressure Musharraf to give way to the return of democracy in Pakistan. I did that starting 2003. This year the world saw Pakistan's democracy returning successfully. A newly-elected parliament came into existence in Pakistan. The democratic procedures and processes had returned back to normalcy in Pakistan. Pervez Musharraf's illegitimate presidency will naturally be overcome by such democratic procedures and processes. This time around I will stop appealing for Pervez Musharraf to resign from his illegal presidency. The reason is that Musharraf's illegal presidency will automatically crumble in due time because such illegal rule will be naturally and lawfully abrogated by Pakistan's democratic procedures and processes. In fact, Musharraf's illegal rule now is more like a ceremonial position which is seemingly without any significance to the duly-elected constitutional government of Pakistan.

Pres. Gloria Arroyo of the Philippines was once tagged as someone who had manipulated the year 2004 national elections in our country. I once joined the peaceful and lawful protest-actions in year 2005 calling for Mrs. Arroyo to allow the democratic processes to prove her legitimacy as the president of the Philippines. And the democratic procedures and processes in our country had now proven that she had really won the year 2004 presidential election. And I have to respect the natural and universal methods and procedures of democracy. Now Mrs. Glo Arroyo is now again involved in a graft and corruption scandal that has degraded her moral responsibility to govern the country. I wouldn't call upon Mrs. Arroyo to resign now from her presidency. I would just have to allow the constitutional process to take its own natural course on such issue and, then, just allow Mrs. Arroyo to decide on her own about clinging on to or resigning from her scandal-prone presidency. And such things are obvious. But the Arroyo admin should always respect the constitutional procedures and processes.
Political abrogationism is merely one of the many human affirmations that do express the reality that democracy is a guiding light for moral order and a necessity for the protection and securing of human rights, responsible freedoms and civil liberties of all human beings in this world. Hence, political abrogationism merely affirms the reality that democracy is a guiding light and a necessity for the humanity of this world.That is what the advocacy of global democracy means to me. That is what the advocacy of global democracy should mean to the whole humanity of this world. This world needs real, global and moral democracy. All the wise citizens of this world know such necessity. All the wise citizens of this world should champion political abrogationism now.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

Three Basic Reasons On Why Obama Has To Gain The US Presidency

I believe that the white American voters, whether pro-Democratic or pro-Republican, should now vote willingly for Barack Obama. What I mean is that this is a rare opportunity for the white American voters to prove to the world that American democracy can allow someone from a minority or underclass group to gain the US presidency. This opportunity is a one-in-a-million chance to be repeated again within this century. This may not happen again for the next 100 years. Strike while the iron is hot, so to speak. I have to say that white Americans must deliver the US presidency on a silver platter directly to Obama. No questions asked..... Just do it! It is just and righteous to do so!

Before I give out the 3 basic reasons on why WHITE AMERICAN VOTERS should deliver the US presidency on a silver platter to Barack Obama, the American people should re-read their national history once again. By doing so, the American people will understand the social injustices that the black Americans had endured throughout their history.

First, let us review the social injustices that the black Americans had received and endured throughout their history.

Read the following excerpts from to know how long slavery existed in the USA before it was finally abrogated:

"The first record of African slavery in Colonial America occurred in 1619.
The transformation from indentured servitude to racial slavery happened gradually. There were no laws regarding slavery early in Virginia's history. However, by 1640 the Virginia courts had sentenced at least one black servant to slavery.

In 1654, John Casor, a black man, became the first legally-recognized slave in the area to become the United States. A court in Northampton County ruled against Casor, declaring him property for life, "owned" by the black colonist Anthony Johnson. Since persons with African origins were not English citizens by birth, they were not necessarily covered by English Common Law.

The Virginia Slave codes of 1705 made clear the status of slaves. During the British colonial period, every colony had slavery. Those in the north were primarily house servants. Early on, slaves in the South worked on farms and plantations growing indigo, rice, and tobacco; cotton became a major crop after the 1790s. In South Carolina in 1720 about 65% of the population consisted of slaves. Slaves were used by rich farmers and plantation owners with commercial export operations. Backwoods subsistence farmers seldom owned slaves.

Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863 was a powerful move that promised freedom for slaves in the Confederacy as soon as the Union armies reached them, and authorized the enlistment of African Americans in the Union Army. The Emancipation Proclamation did not free slaves in the Union-allied slave-holding states that bordered the Confederacy. Since the Confederate States did not recognize the authority of President Lincoln, and the proclamation did not apply in the border states, at first the proclamation freed only slaves who had escaped behind Union lines. Still, the proclamation made the abolition of slavery an official war goal that was implemented as the Union took territory from the Confederacy. According to the Census of 1860, this policy would free nearly four million slaves, or over 12% of the total population of the United States.

Legally, the last 40,000 or so slaves were freed in Kentucky by the final ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution in December 1865. Slaves still held in New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, Maryland and Missouri also became legally free on this date. It took more than 200 years for the American nation to finally abolish slavery. "
After slavery, the black Americans went on to deal with racial discrimination, the Ku Klux Klan, racial segregation in the South, and the ghetto-settings for some of them in the modern times.

When Ku Klux Klan Became Powerful
The Ku Klux Klan became a powerful extremist organization right after the US Civil War. Such group became so abusive in its effort to bring back white supremacy in the South after the American Civil War. According to,
"the Civil Rights Act of 1871, also known as the Ku Klux Klan Act of 1871, is an important federal statute in force in the United States. Several of its provisions still exist today as codified statutes, but the most important still-existing provision is 42 U.S.C. § 1983. The Act was originally enacted a few years after the American Civil War, along with the 1870 Force Act. One of the chief reasons for its passage was to protect southern blacks from the Ku Klux Klan by providing a civil remedy for abuses then being committed in the South. The statute has been subject to only minor changes since then, but has been the subject of voluminous interpretation by courts."

Racial Segregation In The South And The Peaceful Civil-Rights Struggle
After the powerful-Ku Klux Klan episode, the blacks
have to deal with racial-segregation concerns in the South.
These excerpts from tell us how racial segregation ended in the South of USA:

"Institutionalized racial segregation was ended as an official practice by the efforts of such civil rights activists as Clarence Mitchell, Jr., Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr., working during the period from the end of World War II through the passage of the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 supported by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Many of their efforts were acts of non-violent civil disobedience aimed at disrupting the enforcement of racial segregation rules and laws, such as refusing to give up a seat in the black part of the bus to a white person (Rosa Parks), or holding sit-ins at all-white diners.

By 1968 all forms of segregation had been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court and by 1970, support for formal legal segregation had dissolved. Formal racial discrimination was illegal in school systems, businesses, the American military, other civil services and the government. Separate bathrooms, water fountains and schools all disappeared and the civil rights movement had the public's support.

Since then, African-Americans have played a significant role as mayors, governors, and state officials in both Southern and Northern states and on the national level have been on the Supreme Court, in the House of Representatives and the Senate, in presidential cabinets, and other known public offices."

I think it's high time now for the white Americans to voluntarily give the US presidency to Barack Obama. And it should be on a silver platter. Both Dems and Repubs should just give the presidency to Obama, that is through election, voluntarily and willingly. I have to say that white Americans must deliver the US presidency on a silver platter directly to Obama. No questions asked..... Just do it! It is just and righteous to do so! I have to state the following reasons why such should happen now in the US:

1.) As A Way To Recompense The Black Americans For The Past Social Injustices Done Against Them And Their Ancestors.....

It can not be denied that the blacks had suffered various forms of discrimination from the white majority in the US for a long, long time now. The above-mentioned articles, all of which are historical facts, have already enumerated the long list of various types of discrimination and the oppressions that the blacks had systematically suffered and endured during the past years, decades and centuries. Giving the presidency to Obama (that means voluntarily electing him to the presidency) should be seen as a way to recompense the black Americans for the past injustices that they had suffered systematically throughout US history. It would be some kind of a just and righteous reparation for black Americans if the white majority can voluntarily allow a black man, that is Barack Obama, to win the US presidency. It would be a one-in-a-million chance to have a black American become a US president now. Such one-in-a-million chance can only be repeated after a long, long time. Why would the white majority squander such rare opportunity now when it's high time for them to recompense the black minority for the past injustices that had been done against the black Americans on the basis of racial-superiority complex? Such one-in-a-million chance is already in front of the white American voters. Strike while the iron is hot, so to speak. Such rare chance of a lifetime should not be squandered.

2.) The US Should Set A Good Example For Democracy.....

The US really has to show to the whole world that its democracy is really working fine. And the US has to convince many nations of this planet that America really has the most efficient and practical democracy in the modern world. Such a notion would really be enshrined in the minds of many citizens of the world if the American people can elect someone who belongs to a minority-ethnic or minority-racial grouping. Why would the white Americans squander such opportunity when the US is leading a global campaign against terrorism and, also, patronizing pro-democracy movements all over the globe? The white Americans must voluntarily vote for Obama to prove to the whole world that American democracy is not discriminatory in anyway. The USA should have the moral ascendancy in fighting against extremist-Islamic terrorism that is now menacing the whole modern world.

One way of defeating extremist-Islamic fanaticism is to help democratize the whole Middle Eastern region now. The Middle East region is the main cultural center of Islam and the inspirational cradle and bastion of extremist-Islamic fanaticism in today's world. The USA must inspire all the peoples of the Middle East region to work hard in democratizing the whole region. The election of a black man to the US presidency would give the USA the moral ascendancy in proclaiming to the whole Middle Eastern region the urgency and need for its nations (the Middle Eastern countries) to embrace democracy now. With moral ascendancy the US, which is leading the global struggle to end extremist-Islamic fanaticism all over this planet, can easily defeat the global terrorism being waged by the extremist-Islamic fanatics from all parts of this world.

3.) As A Way Of The United States Reaching Out To The Many Oppressed Citizens Of This World.....

The American nation has to reach out its hands to the oppressed citizens of the world. The cousins of the black Americans are mostly residing in African states. Africa today is the world's poorest region. Africa's vast natural resources had long been exploited or used by the white-dominated Western countries of the world. But most black African nations are
impoverished and hungry. The US must have a black president now to prove to the oppressed citizens of this world that capitalism and democracy can work effectively without spewing out various forms of racial discrimination. The modern world is also being besieged by various forms of banditry and violent insurgencies. Such banditry and violent insurgencies often threaten the stability of many Third World and developing democracies. Such banditry and violent insurgencies often become training and breeding grounds for global terrorism. Some oppressed citizens of this world are often attracted to violent upheavals perpetrated by bandits and insurgents. Hence, many oppressed citizens of this world become recruits for banditry, insurgency and global terrorism.

One way of reaching out to such oppressed citizens of the world is to inspire them that democracy can really work justly and righteously for any society. Being inspired by a non-discriminatory and really righteous democracy, many oppressed citizens of the world would rather just gladly work out to struggle peacefully and legally for social justice under democratic principles than become bandits, insurgents and global terrorists fighting for the establishment of an ideological dictatorship. The US can inspire the oppressed citizens of this planet to become truly-dedicated to human rights and democracy by showing them that American democracy can catapult to the presidency someone who belongs either to a social-minority sector or an underclass grouping. And the US does have such opportunity now to catapult someone like that to the US presidency- in the person of Barack Obama. The US must show to the oppressed citizens of the modern world that peaceful and legal means can really work to reform a society. They (the oppressed citizens of this world) , too, can work out peacefully and lawfully to have a democracy that doesn't discriminate any human being on the basis of race, religion, culture, ethnicity, and social class.

I would say the same reasons if Barack Obama happens to be a Republican. It just so happened that Obama is a Democratic nominee for the US presidency. But the responsibility of electing Obama to the US presidency falls upon the shoulders of all the existing political parties in the United States. I have already stated the 3 basic reasons on why all white American voters and all sectors of the American society should support, endorse and vote for Barack Obama in the coming US presidential election. It's now up to the American people to make such presidential aspiration become a reality and success.
I've revised some minor portions of this article on June 11, 2008. Thanks.

Thursday, June 05, 2008



Obama is the new face of progress in American politics if ever he gets elected as US president this year. He symbolizes the aspiration of the American Blacks to really get racial equality to the fullest when it comes to opportunities and rights of individual human beings. His father came from the Third World..... so Obama does have some Third World roots. He also studied (about 3 elementary years) and partly grew up as a child in Indonesia- a Third World country in Asia. Obama knows how to live in a Third World country. Obama winning the White House would symbolically mean that the Third World would now be represented in the White House. That's why many citizens from the Third World see Obama as their champion and, to a certain extent, their new hope for global leadership. Obama also knows how it feels to be in ghetto situations, for he did social works in ghetto areas that do have Third World flavors (features). Obama knows what a ghetto looks like as compared to John McCain. The presidential race between Obama and McCain can be seen as a 'competition between 2 well-known progressives'. Such competition is really interesting especially if Obama would have Hillary as running mate and McCain would have Giuliani as his v.p. nominee. It would really be a 'competition among the progressives to gain the White House' if such tickets would really materialize now. And the prospect of Americans having more than 3 official presidential candidates this year would really make the US presidential race become more exciting. Whether it's McCain or Obama (Obama has the upper hand) who gains the US presidency, it would be certain that the next US president who will succeed George W. Bush would be a progressive, not a conservative. But it would be Obama who would be seen as the better champion of progressive causes in the US because he has Third World roots and he knows the ghetto sub-culture that dominates many Black American families. Obama's presidential campaign is a campaign for real racial equality in the USA and the championing of the aspirations of the citizens of Third World countries to improve their political and economic conditions. The peoples of Third World countries would gladly endorse Obama for the US presidency. The world would be much happier if Obama wins this year's US presidential election.

Obama has graduated from Harvard University, and he knows well that Islamic fanaticism -inspired terrorism is a major threat against the whole world. Obama, being a rational, empirical and pragmatic guy, would surely defend the American citizens all over the globe from the dangers of global terrorism. Obama's youthful energy would surely be a plus-factor in his policies against global terrorism if he gets elected in the White House.

Obama will overcome all those slanders and smear-campaigns against his presidential aspiration. His courage for global peace and harmony will make him succeed in his quest for the White House.

Obama is a modern-day Cinderella who can work efficiently and gladly with the peacemakers of the world. The imperialists are being viewed as bad step moms by most citizens of this world. Obama is really a new icon for the new generation.

The huge amount of urban legends against Obama that some of the supporters of John McCain are generating is actually helping Obama become more and more popular to the whole world. Up against Obama are the Ku Klux Klan, the racists, the neo-Nazis, the fanatics of White-rule doctrine, the imperialists, the hawkish elements, the elitists and the traditional politicians of the United States of America. All of those US supremacist-groups are financing, generating and inventing tall tales against Obama. Such would only make Obama the icon of the oppressed citizens of the world and an underclass hero for the Americans. Obama is really a great man of the modern world. Obama is the man.....