Friday, November 14, 2014

The Philippines - Still Sick as a Nation under Catholicism

Britain and Spain once dominated sheep production and trade. In the early twenty-first century, dominance has shifted to former British colonies of the Southern Hemisphere. Australia ranks first in wool exports. Second-ranked New Zealand is a big exporter of carpet wool, mainly from its Romney breed, a native of English lowlands. Both nations are also top exporters of lamb. At the end of the twentieth century, Australia had 115.8 million head of sheep, slightly behind the world's largest flock, 131 million head in China (where they are mainly for domestic use). New Zealand was third with 45 million sheep, followed by South Africa and Turkey. China is a leading importer of wool for its mills. . . Such industries are for the sake of the economy of such countries... with us Filipinos, however, instead of producing more cows, horses, ducks, turkeys, goats, pigs, chickens, sheeps, and cloning more shrimps, crabs, lobsters and crocodiles for export, we produce 1.5 million babies every year for the sake of the wealth, power, glory, and authority of the Catholic church in charge of a sick system of education keeping us poor as a people and backward as a nation. Poch Suzara Twitter# Facebook# Google#

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