People,watch and listen to this!
He is such a shrewd businessman and once he becomes the president, his billions might turn into thrillions. Only those who is instrumental in his attaining his dreams will benefit from his money, the poor will remain poor. This is so obvious and I hope people will be awakened when they fill out their ballots.
Yes, Villar is a shrewd (definition: clever, intelligent) businessman. He has grown his P10,000 capital in his first business to billions. And there’s nothing wrong with that. His company, having been recognized as largest home builder in the Philippines, just shows that Villar is not just good in business; he excelled in it.
I don’t know where you are basing your assumptions that “the poor will remain poor” and that “only those instrumental in his attaining his dreams will benefit from his money”. You’re jumping to your own conclusion without setting your premises, dear. Let us know first why you said that. Let’s be logical here. Anyway, let me tell you this: First, Villar is not indebted to anyone, unlike other presidentiables who have tycoons behind them as their financiers. Like you said,
Villar has billions, and he is spending his own money for his campaign.
Second, if Villar just wanted money, he would just stay in business and not enter public service. For me, what is obvious (but people like you conveniently ignore) is that he has been helping the poor in many ways since he was a Congressman.
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