Yellowtards keep yammering about “weaponising” stuff. According to these whiners, “sinister forces” are out to “weaponise” the Internet. Lately they have latched on to a new notion… “weaponising” the law. This they apply, in all ironies, to the voiding of the amnesty granted by former Philippine President Benigno Simeon ‘BS’ Aquino III to “senator” Antonio…Read More Trillanes not just “weaponised” something to threaten a CIVILIAN govt, he used a REAL weapon!
The trouble with Trillanes is that he got too cocky. Recall that he was pardoned by then President Benigno Simeon ‘BS’ Aquino III despite a clear recognition of the gravity of the offenses his renegade mob had committed in the early- to mid-2000s — rebellion, the deliberate endangerment of civilian life, and damage to private…Read More The LONG overdue reversal of the “pardon” of the rebellion CONVICTION of “senator” Antonio Trillanes! 😀
A Yellowtard bozo tweeted today: “35 days left in the De Castro term as the first ampalaya Chief Justice.” On that one’s gotta ask, how’s that even relevant? And if so, who do these bozos propose as an alternative? More importantly, the irony of calling De Castro an “ampalaya Chief Justice” escapes the pointed heads…Read More Rather than monitor Teresita De Castro’s stint as CJ for results, Yellowtards focus on a countdown to her retirement
Even Leni Robredo’s fans are baffled as to why she does not take concrete action against her so-called “bullies” on social media as well as people who supposedly “besmirch” her character. If only these fans of hers step back and take stock of the facts. From Day One, Robredo has showed little promise in the…Read More Leni Robredo is unable to take on her alleged “bullies” because she is incapable of ACTION to begin with
The idea that Filipinos are the “boss” of public officials became a fad slogan during the administration of former President Benigno Simeon “BS” Aquino III. Not surprisingly, that idea is complete horseshit. BS Aquino’s “kayo ang boss ko” is now being perverted to the partisan ends of today’s Yellowtard-led Philippine Opposition. They use this moronic…Read More Just because public servants are “paid using taxpayers’ funds” does not mean Filipinos are the boss
The way the Yellowtard-led Philippine Opposition issue their shrill “commentary” on the on-going visit of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to Israel, you’d think that their government is up to something “evil”. Some of this speculative commentary even revolves around the possibility that Duterte’s government is procuring arms from Israel because the US had “frozen arms…Read More Nothing wrong with Philippines procuring arms from Israel the way Singapore did in the 1960s
Isreael’s Tel Aviv International Airport where Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte landed today is named after their first Prime Minister, the eminent David Ben-Gurion. Who is Ben-Gurion? Here is a brief background on this great man… Ben-Gurion led Israel during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, and united the various Jewish militias into the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Subsequently, he became…Read More Think of how Tel Aviv David Ben-Gurion airport was named and realise: We must rename NAIA back to Manila Int’l Airport!
It takes discipline to be a productive contributor to the democratic process. This is because it is people who apply a disciplined mind to thinking through the nation’s issues systematically that are more likely to vote wisely during elections and regards their leaders with a critical eye. Unfortunately, the Philippine Opposition prefer that Filipinos remain…Read More Yellowtard-led Philippine Opposition is exploiting Filipinos’ lack of discipline
The Philippines’ “vice president” Leni Robredo is renowned for starting every statement with the phrase “ang sa akin lang naman” (in my humble opinion). As in something like this, for example… Ang sa akin lang naman, Martial Law in Mindanao won’t be effective… Blah blah blah… And more of that to the same effect. What…Read More Leni Robredo is incapable of taking a position on CRITICAL national issues
[Public post by Facebook user Benedict Exconde] Four things: 1. Basic supply and demand. If your country has 100 million (and increasing, no thanks to Roman Catholic Church meddling, lobbying and politicking) mouths to feed and your local food production cannot keep up with demand, how do you plan to address the supply gap? 2.…Read More Why is an agricultural country like the Philippines now importing rice and fish?