Camille Cacnio Please Wipe That Smile Off Your Face
UBC student Camille Cacnio can be seen in this Youtube video at the 1:30-1:33 mark. She is an example of a privileged young adult that in one thoughtless action, she has thrown so much away. She is a member of the Enspire Foundation. The slogan at the top of their page is “Empower, Educate, Encourage”, something Camille Cacnio seems to have ignored. Further down this page she states, “As cliché as it sounds, I really do try to make the world a better place – which is why I am so excited that I am taking part in the Bulacan Community Project as an Ambassador. Life is hard back at home, but through our dedication that can slowly change.”
This athlete is part of the UBC Rowing Team and is a member of an intramural championship team seen in this photo. I know that at some point I will post up photos of the “angry men”, “hoodlums”, “anarchists”, but a person like this flies in faces of our media and politicians.
In comments I have read, defending people like Camille Cacnio, they often state how they’re good people and they just made a mistake. The last time I checked the news and read about white-collar crime and bankers committing fraud, or businessmen upstanding in their community embezzling funds, they too were described as good people. We all make mistakes, and we’ve all done things in our past that we regret. Captain Vancouver is no angel. However, at some point in our development of character we know the difference between right and wrong. Some never learn thru various reasons up for discussion. That is how “good people” can actually have flaws in their character that allow for poor decisions to be made.
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