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PHL economy is sinking? Deal with trolls by citing these facts

This post was originally posted on Edwin Jamora's Facebook page.

HINDI AKO TYPICALLY NAG-RE-RESPOND SA MGA EX-FRIENDS NA RABID YELLOW BECAUSE THEY ARE UN-KUMBINSABOL.

But this time I have to respond dahil maling mali po ang sinasabi nang aking ex-friend na tiga Castilla, Sorsogon who is now in the Netherlands.

She claims bagsak na ang economy naten. WRONG. To those who thinks na bagsak na economy naten, present your data at kaya ko namang i-explain na walang awayan kung hindi nai-intindihan. Pero don't try to peddle lies dahil mali na yan ex-friend, ok? Our economy is actually doing very, very well. Sit down and let me explain.

THE CLAIM

The claim is that, dahil binoto naten si Duterte, bumagsak ang economy at nagka-leche leche ang mga mahihirap.

MY IBIDINS

Dalawa po ang source nang aking ibidins. One is from the Trading Economics. Mga statisticians po sila and they get their data from the Central Bank of the Philippines and the Philippine Statistics Authority. Second is from the CIA World Factbook. Opo. Hindi po ako naniniwala sa chizmiz pagdating sa economy. I don't know kung ano ang source nang CIA but I put the numbers side by side for comparison. I trust these two websites. If you don't trust them, pwes, present your own numbers and show them to me. Ok?

THE TRUE AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUE

GDP and ECONOMIC GROWTH

So if you notice from both slides, our GDP (timbangan nang ating kayamanan) has been growing vigorously. It expanded by 6.1 in 2015, 6.9% in 2016, 6.7% in 2017, and 6.8% in the first quarter of 2018, yan ang current estimates.

If you are following our economic growth, pers time po sa history nang Philippines pakatapos nang gyera to have an economic growth above 6.5% for 10 consecutive quarters. Inggit saten ang mga Latin American countries pati na mga countries sa Europe.

Imfak, yang bwisit na Netherlands na yan? Kakarampot lang ang growth nila! Ni hindi nga manga-lahati with that of the Philippines! Ang economic growth nang Netherlands is 2.3% in 2015, 2.2 % in 2016 and 3.1% in 2017. Compare mo naman yan sa 6.8% aver?!

Do you now understand baket kinaka-ibigan at importante tau sa Netherlands? Dahil they need us. Mga suwail yang mga EU na yan! Mga pa-dikta dikta pa sa Philippines, wala namang mga binatbat! Hindi lang yon! GDP nang Netherlands is $916 billion. Philippines? $875 billion. Oo. Malakas GDP naten. Ilang years na lang, luluhod ang Netherlands saaten!

Kaya wag kayong mag-mamayabang masyado dyan sa Netherlands ha? Chura nyo! Tse!

BALIK TAU SA PHILIPPINES AND LOOK AT THE GRAPH

I compared the Philippines economic growth vis-a-vis the increase in per capita. Oh ha? Sa mga tiga Netherlands dyan na hindi maintindihan ang PER CAPITA. Eto po yong kinikita nang average Filipinos.

Ang sabi sa graph na to, ang GDP naten eh andun sa 6.8% range indicated by the light blue color. Yong Per Capita naman ay patuloy na tumataas, lagpas pa sa economic growth. Ano ibig sabihin nito?

Dahil nga sa mabilis na economic expansion naten (over 6% growth taon taon) yung per capita income has increased correspondingly at tuloy tuloy ang increase. In other words, lumalaki pasweldo, lumalaki buying power nang mga Pinoys. In fact, kung tingnan nyo ang CIA numbers, ang average na kinikita nang mga Pinoy ay $6,875 in 2015 and improved to $8,229 in 2017. In other words, the average income of the Filipino increased by 20% over two years.

BENTE PORSYENTO OF INCREASE IN PER CAPITA FOR 2 YEARS!

Do you understand kung gano kalaki yan?! Ilang trak na tulisan den ang mabibili mo nyan! Yan ba ang bagsak ang economy?!

Bisitahin mo ang SM Legazpi City at hindi ka na makahinga. Na check mo ang concert ni Dua Lipa? Bagyo pa yon!

My ex-friend! Makinig ka!

HINDI PO BAGSAK ANG ECONOMY NATEN! GALIT LANG KAYO KI DUTERTE.

Pwes, if you can't accept Duterte until today, magdusa kayo!

Tse!

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