Filipino Professionals like teachers are sacrificing with the low salary compare to other professionals in other countries. Filipino Teachers paid every month a big amount of money for their tax but unknowingly where it goes. Some professionals expect that the money they paid to the government will be a good public service and welfare in return to the poorest of all poorest in the country. However, the beast of all beasts leaders except those who are in pure heart used the money for their own consumption.Indeed, this money is called the PORK BARREL budgeted and intended for country's development! But as of today, no development, no money but eaten by the Greatest Pigs! Stop PORK BARREL FOR EVERYONE'S GOOD!

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