Friday, 24 February 2012 10:51
The Spanish colonizers who stayed in the Philippines for more than 300 or almost 400 years have implemented in the minds or the Filipinos that Spanish Public officials were masters of the Filipino people.
This mentality is still being entertained by most Filipinos that public officials are not public servants but the boss of the taxpayers.
There are public officials occupying significant positions is government who behave as if they are somebody whose salaries do not come from the people.
Regardless of one’s position in government, public officials are public servants and they have no reason to be arrogant, high-handed and demand respect from the people because of their titles or position because they are paid by taxpayers money.
People deserve to be respected because they are human beings and not because of their titles as public servants.
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