Ateneo community calls for removal of John Gokongwei’s name from its School of Management

The administrator of ADMU Freedom Wall, a large community group on Facebook seemingly open to students and alumni of the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU), recently posted a petition to remove John Gokongwei’s name from the School of Management. The post cites a tweet issued by the Inquirer on its official Twitter account that features […]

LP bloc led by Bam Aquino moved to scrap the War on Drugs budget Leni Robredo now desperately needs

Ironic that “vice president” Leni Robredo who had recently been appointed by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to co-lead his War on Drugs would now complain about what she considers to be inadequate funding. Below translated to English in a CNN Philippines report is Robredo’s lament on the measly budget of the operation… Funding set for […]

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Now that Leni Robredo leads the War on Drugs, will media still report the “killings”?

The Philippines’ news media industry is in a conundrum now that “vice president” Leni Robredo has been given the reins of the government’s War on Drugs. Together with their cronies in the foreign media, they had been highlighting what they had referred to as “the killings” they took liberties to sensatoinalise in their “reports”. What […]

PR firm Campaigns & Grey LIED about being “non-partisan”, links founder @YolyOng to Robredo campaign!

According to Campaigns & Grey Philippines, a PR firm supposedly founded by embattled social media personality Yoly Ong, they are a “non-partisan company”. This they claimed on a Facebook post dated the 2nd November 2019, a screenshot of which was posted by Netizens on Twitter. Interestingly enough, the post seems to have been edited since […]

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Will “vice president” Leni Robredo STEP UP to the challenge to lead the War on Crime?

Game on! Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has reportedly issued an official statement that grants “vice president” Leni Robredo the resources to mount her own crusade against crime her way. [Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo] said Duterte has ordered all state agencies to “support and cooperate” with Robredo as co-chair of the Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs […]

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Poverty is a CHOICE

News flash: governments don’t care if you live or die. It’s not the government’s job to fix your life for you. Don’t have an education? Read books instead of watching retarded teleseryes. Browse Wikipedia instead of Facebook. Nobody wants to employ you? Take a good hard look at yourself. Perhaps you’re unreliable, tardy, entitled, or […]

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Leni Robredo proved that the Opposition has no plan for the Philippines

It’s now obvious that the Philippine Opposition led by the Yellowtards offer no solutions nor alternatives to the Filipino people. Given the chance by Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to lead the charge against drug crime, “vice president” Leni Robredo could only respond with the usual lame vindictiveness that the Yellowtards have become renowned for. Robredo’s […]

If I were Leni Robredo, here’s how I’d respond to Duterte’s challenge…

I’d make a counter-offer rather than waffle on with some lame chickenshit excuse the way she is doing today. At least ask for a longer period than six months. Then set out the terms. Propose that I be given power to revamp the police force, sack its top officials and implement measures to professonalise it. […]

President Duterte’s death will NOT solve the Philippines’ problems

The Philippines’ “woke” community and the Opposition “activists” and “thought leaders” who pander to them give too much credit to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte by wishing him to die. In clamouring for his death, the Opposition are, in effect, suggesting that Duterte holds so much of the Philippines’ future in his hands. This is the […]

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Philippine Supreme Court shows a lack of balls in its inability to decide on the Great Electoral Fraud of 2016

The Supreme Court, final arbiter of all legal debates of the land, seems to be stepping back from its important role in Philippine government. After weeks of delaying its decision on whether to dismiss or continue hearing the electoral protest of former senator Bongbong Marcos, it finally came up with a decision to not decide […]

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