j'ai vu le film (le jour après demain). i was afraid this was going to be anti-climactic which will leave me hanging at the end. i am glad i was wrong. it was very political. for instance. the gutenberg bible. an amusing irony. not only of what it stood for and also that of who was contemplating keeping it (for future generations) - an atheist. the sheep mentality and the clueless mass. including their leaders elect, who had a false sense of security until it was too late. the quick (360) turn of events of americans desperately crossing the borders over to mexico. i had a good laugh after the tv reporter announced all debts incurred by mexico were waived. after the movie, i was playing scenarios in my head in the event that if it did happen (1) the country is in a favorable position to have all debts waived (2) it wouldn't be strange for me to invite people to come over (quelque amis du premiere monde) (3) also considering what brought the 1st world in that position isnt just about the money, but also its persisting national policies (especially in civil liberties) would be found lacking - nothing's perfect.
this picture was taken from the front lawn a very large mansion/museum facing the atlantic. i thought the open window was an auspicious happenstance behind the facade that describes great contraint of high society l'amerique.
les gouvernement. the legislative is locked in a debate on how to proceed with the canvassing (of votes). the opposition is in denial over the inevitable. the fact that GMA has won, on the exit polls and namfrels quick count, is an indication. i have seen some of the opposition footages (FPJ supporters) and it doesnt seem to be about whats good for the country anymore but rather protecting their bruised egos at having (indicatively) lost the elections. i was glad Roco, who was my alternate favorite in the elections conceded early. it only emphasizes his sentiments about national unity. i believe he lost because he failed to provide a better alternative to GMA in terms of his platforms.
from the standing head of opposition (senator pimentel), he claims they are not delaying anything. even though they are overwhelmingly outvoted in the decision. now it appears to be just a pissing game. the clips show everyone desperately trying to get airtime (its pathetic). since the question lies in the constitutionality of the process, the debates has turned bicameral.
the circle is quiet about politics. maybe extra special these days that one of them is related to a political dynasty who lost the recent elections from what appears to be a classic underdog. the powers that be claim she was a terrorist and she won because the extreme left supported her, which i believe is short of sounding weak, self incriminating, and self deprecating (not in a good way), over the single fact that they have been people who held position(s) of power in the region for over three decades.