More Of What Filipinos Are Best At: FAILING – Philippines Tops Worldwide Impunity Poll

We all know how the Failipinos love to claim they are the best in the world at whatever they can as they beat their monkey chests claiming Pinoy Pride. Well they have done it again as they topped a worldwide poll, this time the Global Impunity Index.


According to the Global Impunity Index, The Philippines has earned the dubious distinction of having the worst record in bringing wrongdoers to justice, according to a study of countries plagued by impunity. Even crime and corruption riddled countries like Mexico, Colombia and Nicaragua can’t seem to compete with the failipinos.

Philippines Tops Global Impunity Index





Published in Corruption, Crime


  1. Profile gravatar of Pinay Lover
    Pinay Lover

    Lazy good for nothing cops. Most of them to ignorant to do the job right, or too corrupt or a bit of both.

    I just talked to my co-worker about one of his family members who got murdered for money. Wow, it seems just about any Pinoy you ask, they’ll have some story of one of their relatives killed for greenbacks!

    1. Profile gravatar of Pinay Lover
      Pinay Lover

      Oh, and I forgot to get to my point of this rant. The man was shot and killed, money taken, and crooks got away with it, roaming around the streets free today. Pinoy pride for justice!

  2. Profile gravatar of snakebitbytheflip

    Of course, if some Westerner commits some wrongdoing, he will be brought to “justice” (and even if he did not commit any wrongdoing, but instead happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, he will be brought to their breed of “justice”). Double standard 🙁

    1. Profile gravatar of kalbo

      Remember what happened to the Dutch man who took part in the pork barrell protests a few years ago?

      He was arrested and then deported. Why? He broke his tourist visa terms by getting involved in a political protest!

      That will show those nasty Kanos, how dare they protest in the land of the saints!

  3. Profile gravatar of Spartacus_killingus

    Annnnnnnnnd it was exactly that which allowed me to OVERstay in the Philippines for two years illegally without fear of going to jail or being deported.

    I can safely say that for the first time and probably the last time in my life, I was able to live with complete impunity!
    You don’t get to say that everyday. LOL

  4. Profile gravatar of FAFI

    By recognizing justice means to recognize that something someone did was wrong, and when do pinoys ever see any wrong in their actions? They don’t believe in ‘wrong-doings’ (although they commit them) and they don’t believe in ‘problems,’ I think they made that ever so clear in this sorry excuse for a country.