Trillanes = Coup d’état
What the fuck is going on around here? Christian in his Twitter this afternoon said that he saw a possible coup d’état as he was going home. True enough, there were no other news on TV when I arrived at the dorm from the court. I have no single idea of what it’s all about and why it happened blah, blah, blah. Before, when I was younger (shoot, I’m not yet that old, okay?), I never remembered anything like this happening in the country. I don’t know. Maybe I was just way too passive. Well, actually, I still am up to now. It never comes to me to bother too much when it comes to national issues. But why is it that it doesn’t seem so right now?
When I was having dinner I asked my Political Science student dormmate Zeny on what the commotion was all about. She comments that it would’ve been better if the military exchanged shots immediately with the group-that-I-don’t-know-but-for-certain-is-the-government-side. Prior to that, I received a txt message from a former dormmate who idolizes — and crushes — the legendary (ugh) Trillanes.
“We have enough will-power and fighting spirit to bring this government down. Gloria o Pagbabago?” -Sen. Trillanes- *idol tlg!*
Just what the heck? I absolutely hated the last sentence. For me, she sounded as if Trillanes is a god or something. *sharpshooter aims — BANG!* I don’t know how this will have its end. Media people have been handcuffed and kept in a bus, tear gas being used to halt things, nah, I think Zeny’s idea is right after all. In the end, this may be all a mere Pakitang Tao.