In this segment, Capt. Faeldon emphasizes that a political leader is supposed to understand that, "you are supposed to serve [the public]...you have no power over them, you are their servant".
In the most cryptic part of the interview (at least to me), Faeldon explains that restiveness in the military will be there as long as there are irregularities. However he observes as well that there is growing mistrust among the soldiers that they are just being used to further the personal ambitions of certain people which is why they do not participate "in order to play safe".
Faeldon also says that Gloria Arroyo has no authority to pardon him because she is not a legitimate President.
On the question of whether or not the Filipino people are ready for change, he gives what i think is the best piece of personal advice in this interview...
"...be aware of what you're thinking because it defines you as a person and it guides your action[s], so when you say that 'the people are not ready for change, the people are not ready to change values, the people are not ready to change their character,' that defines your actions"