"Why is Mar Roxas suddenly speaking out about the Yolanda disaster of 2013?" -GRP Blogger - The Daily Sentry

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

"Why is Mar Roxas suddenly speaking out about the Yolanda disaster of 2013?" -GRP Blogger



Mar Roxas (Photo credit to GetRealPhilippines)
GetRealPundit, part of the popular blog site GetRealPhilippines, then again published a very remarkable opinion, this time regarding the recent exclusive interview of a broadcasting television network to Former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, where the latter allegedly defended himself from claims that funds allotted for supposedly government response in the aftermath of Supertyphoon Yolanda were misused.

According to the site's prominent writer, Ilda Ignacio, Mar Roxas and the former president Noynoy Aquino administration had actually turned the Yolanda into a historic disaster.


Former President Noynoy Aquino together with Mar Roxas ( Photo credit to Rappler)
These words she uttered because as per the blogger, everybody assertedly saw how disrupted Roxas and his team were amid the typhoon Yolanda, where more individuals passed away needlessly just because of slow response and unfeeling mentality of the govt authorities then.



"Mar cannot accept facts. The results speak for themselves. Everyone saw how disorganised they were during the Yolanda typhoon. The PNoy government turned the tragedy into a disaster. More people died unnecessarily in the aftermath due to slow response and callous attitude of govt officials.", Ilda wrote.

Likewise, the GRP blogger bravely said that the former interior secretary allegedly could not appear to do the right things, thus, bad at responsibilities and could never have made a good boss.

"Mar Roxas did everything he thought he could do except for the right things. He didn’t need to direct traffic himself, for example. He could have asked the traffic enforcers to do it. He just wanted the cameras showing him doing something. He sucks at delegation and therefore would never have made a good manager or administrator.", she uttered.


The Yolanda aftermath (Photo credit to Corbis)

Ilda also asked why, that so suddenly, Roxas is talking about Yolanda tragedy. She then answered her own question, saying that it is probably because Yolanda crushed the bogus facade of ability that he allegedly wanted to characterized, hence, messed up what could have been a preventable disaster.



"Why is Mar Roxas suddenly speaking out about the Yolanda disaster of 2013? It is likely because Yolanda was the straw that broke the back of the camel that was the false veneer of competence he cultivated. It was his chance to shine but, instead, came out of it the goat. He will be remembered forever for botching what could have been a preventable tragedy.", the blogger added.

Ilda thereupon ended her post by saying that regardless of Roxas trying to reject the accusations against him in his inept administration of the Yolanda catastrophe, the certainties are part of the history and will dependably be there for the public to analyze.

"No matter how much he tries to dismiss the allegations against him in his incompetent management of the Yolanda disaster, the facts are part of the historical record and will always be there for all to examine." the blogger ended.

Read her full article below: 

"Mar Roxas turned the Yolanda disaster into a monumental tragedy"

"Mar Roxas did everything he thought he could do except for the right things. He didn’t need to direct traffic himself, for example. He could have asked the traffic enforcers to do it. He just wanted the cameras showing him doing something. He sucks at delegation and therefore would never have made a good manager or administrator.

Mar cannot accept facts. The results speak for themselves. Everyone saw how disorganised they were during the Yolanda typhoon. The PNoy government turned the tragedy into a disaster. More people died unnecessarily in the aftermath due to slow response and callous attitude of govt officials.

Why is Mar Roxas suddenly speaking out about the Yolanda disaster of 2013? It is likely because Yolanda was the straw that broke the back of the camel that was the false veneer of competence he cultivated. It was his chance to shine but, instead, came out of it the goat. He will be remembered forever for botching what could have been a preventable tragedy.

No matter how much he tries to dismiss the allegations against him in his incompetent management of the Yolanda disaster, the facts are part of the historical record and will always be there for all to examine."



Source: GetRealPundit