Michael Brown is a great man. He's a caring father to my girlfriend and awesome grandfather to our daughter. When he retired from the U.S. Air Force and wanted to start a business in the Philippines that helped Filipinos succeed and open up more doors for them career-wise, it made me see just how selfless and benevolent he was. He could've got a good-paying job in the U.S. Instead, Michael--who is American-born, an Oklahoma native, and son of a retired U.S. military veteran as well, chose to stay in the Philippines after retirement with the goal of helping the people there. Usually, most Filipinos, with no ties to a higher social class, can't wait to leave the Philippines since they know that there are better opportunities abroad. In other words, most Filipinos know that they can only get so far in the Philippines--so they usually make every attempt to leave their country, pursue opportunities somewhere else, and then either send back money to their families that are still in the country or help them get out of the country as well. Despite that, Michael figured that he could contribute his experience, his knowledge, and his abilities to support Filipinos in their own country. Therefore, it is sad to see him struggling to maintain his business after having it snatched from him by a person he once called his friend and who did it purely based on greed. Please read his story here and support him http://www.change.org/petitions/mylene-morillo-buijs-return-the-company-that-rightfully-belongs-to-me
So tingin nyo mga kabayan sino kaya nagsasabi ng totoo? Ang Pinay o ang Puti? I've heard stories like these before, its not the first time an expat got conned out of his biz. Pero baka naman meron 'rights' si Pinay sa kompanya like sha ang nag-manage nito kaya nag succeed? Oh well, dyesebel!
Ayan sila during happier times bago nag-gulangan, nag jumpshot muna!
Mag-post ang mga nakakaalam or uzi sa isyu, after all viral na nga eh! Di na matatago yan. Parang gelpren lang ni James Yap yan, its outta the bag... keverloo...