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    • Generating a Transformative Mass Movement for Entrepreneurship
    • Culture of Corruption <<<<<>>>>> Culture of Poverty
    • Theoretical Basis
      • “Grasping the Principle of Revolutionary Mass Movements”
      • Published January 1978, Talamdan (Journal of the Mindanao Commission)
      • http://www.mda.ph/essays/building_mass_movements
    • 3 Concentric Circles Core Looser Grps Broad Masses
    • Without a vision, the people perish.
    • Past>>>Present>>>Vision
    • Why Christians?
    • Birthing Lupang Hinirang
      • Rick Warren’s Purpose-Driven Life
      • Cindy Jacobs’ Prophecy for the Philippines
      God has a purpose for our nation
    • The Land
      • An archipelago made up of 7,107 islands
      • Total area of 300,780 square kilometers
      • as large as Italy
      • larger than New Zealand
      • very much larger than Britain
      • Rivers and seas all around
      • A ‘crossroad’ in the migration and trade route
    • The Resources
      • extremely fertile agricultural land with potential of 18 million hectares, only 1/3 of which is currently cultivated
      • teeming biodiversity in flora and fauna on land and marine life on sea
      • inexhaustible sources of energy – oil, natural gas, deuterium
      • minerals for the technological age - gold, silver, copper, silicon, uranium
    • The People
      • Early Filipinos believed in a Supreme Being.
      • Each tribe had a deep sense of consensual democracy.
      • Women were the equals of men, and played a pivotal role in tribal society.
      • Tribes had no intent of expanding their territories or subjugating other peoples.
    • Rent-Seeking Economy
      • Manifested in politics as the use of public office for private financial gain
      • To demolish the rent-seeking economy: generate an entrepreneurial mass movement