Islamic terrorist “retirees” rewarded MILLIONS by Philippine Government!

One wonders what the families of the soldiers and civilians killed by the “fighters” of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) now that the Philippine Government is reportedly doling out enormous reward packages to their “retirees” are thinking.

Each retired fighter will receive a million pesos’ worth of cash, scholarships, health insurance, and training to become productive civilians.

It seems not just crime but terrorism pays well in the Philippines. One couldn’t be blamed in thinking that the 2015 deaths of 44 Special Action Force officers at Mamasapano, all coldly massacred by these “fighters”, were all in vain.

We’d like to think the deaths of the 44 SAF troopers meant something — that their deaths will not have all been in vain. Sadly, we will have to face the truth that their deaths were utterly senseless. Nowadays, the MILF leadership happens to be in bed with the Philippine government. Baffling indeed!

For that matter, the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Filipino soldiers and police officers who fought these Islamic terrorists could be said to have all been in vain. The enemy was not beaten. Though they died serving their country as heroically as Jose Rizal did, they did not really change anything.

Communist “activists” are quick to condemn the Philippine Army and police but are SILENT on NPA terrorism!

Communist “activists” that infest the Philippines’ university campuses are a bunch of hypocrites. Going by downright misleading names like “Anakbayan” and “League of Filipino Students”, they try to convince everyone that Filipino soldiers and police officers are evil and crooked. They make it sound like a police patrol car entering the premises of a school is an outrage to be condemned to kingdom come.

The question is, if not the police and if not the Army, who should Filipinos rely on when their safety and security are threatened? The New People’s Army? It seems these communists are suggesting either that or Filipinos take up arms and take matters into their own hands!

See, the Communist Party of the Philippines contribute no skin in the game when it comes to protecting Philippine democracy. Their goal is to destroy it in a “people’s revolution” that aims to install a “dictatorship of the proletariat”. That’s not such a nice thing to be aspiring for, isn’t it?

When will commie activists say something about the murderous and anarchic ways of their terrorist arm, the New People’s Army? Don’t hold your breath. They are a dishonest bunch of people who will move heaven and earth to hide their true colours and continue their mission to LIE to Filipinos.

Irresponsible ABS-CBN headline ignites mass social media hysteria to “news” of ex-Calauan Mayor Sanchez “release”!

Members of the Yellow Opposition are blaming Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte for a law former President Noynoy Aquino signed during his term. They are mixing up timelines and the order of events. Noynoy’s law allowing criminals like former Mayor Antonio Sanchez early release is self-serving. Noynoy was likely thinking of his own jail term and how to get out sooner.

Where did the yellows get the information that the former mayor and convicted murderer Sanchez is going to be released earlier? It seems to be another one of those shrill boy-who-cried wolf circuses again.

Showbiz personality Bianca Gonzalez was one of the more influential people who first spread word that the Duterte government was supporting Sanchez’s release citing a statement issued by the Department of Justice in a petition she launched in Change.org

On August 21, 2019, The Department of Justice announced Sanchez will likely walk free after just over 20 years in jail.

The hysteria seems to have been started by a report published by ABS-CBN News under the irresponsibly-worded headline “Ex-Calauan mayor Sanchez, convicted for 1993 rape and murder, set for release”.

But whereas the headline made it sound like his release was certain, the actual statement made by jail officials merely expressed the probability of his release.

“Maaaring makakasama siya (Sanchez) sa more or less 11,000 na mga person deprived of liberty (PDL) na makakalabas in the next 2 months,” [Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) Director General Nicanor Faeldon] told radio DZMM in an interview.

(He may be released along with more or less 11,000 person deprived of liberty within the next two months.)

This of course didn’t stop social media “experts” like Noemi Dado from linking what is essentially a lie to the government of Philippine President Rodrigo and then fanning the flames of social media hysteria.

Convicts will always try to apply for early release. Even one of the killers of Sharon Tate, a cult member of Charles Manson recently applied for parole, but was denied. I don’t understand why the yellows think it was Duterte’s idea to release Sanchez. They keep making stuff up.

Rappler hires EXPENSIVE lobbying firms to help Maria Ressa in “foreign relations campaign against Duterte”!

A CNBC report reveals that Rappler CEO Maria Ressa has engaged the services of “lobbying juggernaut” Covington & Burling to boost her PR campaign against Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Ressa is currently being charged in the Philippines with a number of offenses in relation to her management of media firm Rappler.

The United States’ Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 requires that any engagement of lobbying services in the US be disclosed as a matter of public record. The CNBC report cites one such disclosure filed on the 16th August 2019 documenting the hiring of Covington & Burlington partners Peter Lichtenbaum and Kurt Wimmer to “build awareness and concern about the unfounded charges brought against Rappler and its CEO and Executive Editor Maria Ressa in the Philippines.” Ressa is indicated as the “client” in this engagement.

“We anticipate that in addition to providing U.S. legal counsel, our role will include briefing U.S. policymakers who are concerned with freedom of expression and the rule of law so that they understand all of the facts surrounding the Philippine government’s treatment of Ms. Ressa and Rappler,” Wimmer said.

Ressa and Lichtenbaum did not respond to requests for comment.

This confirms the extent to which Maria Ressa and Rappler are going to employ all means possible to slander the Philippine government and invite the intervention of a former colonial master into the Philippines’ domestic affairs.

It seems Rappler continues to draw from a deep pool of financial resources to fund endeavours like this. It would be interesting, indeed, to find out where those resources are coming from.

Leni Robredo incites to sedition whenever she publicly undermines President Duterte

Current Philippine “Vice President” Leni Robredo is quite often in the news criticising President Rodrigo Duterte. People who support Duterte can’t get past the fact that all she does is criticise him.

“Robredo questions this and that”.

“Robredo recommends this and that”.

“Robredo criticises govt policy on this and that”.

Robredo is telling everyone she can do a better job than the President. Her lack of delicadeza is always on display. She has no sense of propriety!

Have you ever heard of any Vice President or second-in-command who routinely questions the decisions of the President or leader in public? It only happens in the Philippines and is only because Leni Robredo is too dense to realise she shouldn’t be undermining the President. What Leni is doing is called sedition.

Article 142 of the Revised Penal Code states…

Inciting to Sedition. – The penalty of prision correctional in its maximum period and a fine not exceeding 2,000 pesos shall be imposed upon any person who, without taking any direct part in the crime of sedition, should incite others to the accomplishment of any of the acts which constitute sedition, by means of speeches, proclamations, writings, emblems, cartoons, banners, or other representations tending to the same end, or upon any person or persons who shall utter seditious words or speeches, write, publish, or circulate scurrilous libels against the Republic of the Philippines…

Just recall how Robredo, in a video addressed to the UN in 2017 made so many unfair and unfounded remarks about the Philippines government — her own government that she is a part of!

Even without the testimony of “Bikoy” or any other so-called whistleblower, clearly there are grounds to accuse Robredo of seditious acts.

Should universities ban communist fronts like the League of Filipino Students and Anakbayan from their campuses?

Recent stories about parents losing their kids possibly to the terrorist New People’s Army (NPA) have prompted Filipinos to apply closer scrutiny to communist front organisations operating with impunity on university and high school campuses. Many fear that these organisations serve as recruitment agents supplying the NPA with young indoctrinated combatants and support personnel.

The plights of some of the parents of these lost youths were on exhibit in a recent Senate hearing

Three of the missing were senior high school students of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, while one was from the Far Eastern University and one from the University of the East Manila. All of them are allegedly recruited by Anakbayan.

Jovita Antoniano said her Grade 11 daughter was an obedient and happy child before she joined the group. She said it has been a year since she lost communication with her daughter.

A parent shows a photo of her daughter participating in a rally holding a Kabataan Partylist placard.

Under the spotlight is Kabataan Party-list Rep. Sarah Elago who was expected to show up in the hearing to help shed light on the matter.

“We were disappointed with the absence of Rep. Sarah Elago during the Senate hearing called by Senator (Ronald) dela Rosa. We wanted her to explain how her organization, as well as the other Kamatayan (Makabayan) bloc organizations mentioned by the crying parents like Bayan Muna, are being patriotic (Makabayan) by causing the disappearance of their children, who are supposed to be in school,” Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Deputy Chief-of-Staff for Civil-Military Operations, Major Gen. Antonio Parlade, Jr., said in a statement sent to the Philippine News Agency Wednesday.

It is becoming increasingly evident that these are dangerous organisations that threaten the well-being of Filipino students. It is baffling, indeed, that they are allowed to continue to infest the campuses of institutions of learning and exploit the impressionable minds of young people.

Elago, for now, remains resolute in the righteousness of her “cause” and that of the militant communist front organisations she seemingly represents.

It remains to be seen whether Elago will remain as cocky as she is now when more information about the shady operations of these organisations come to light.

Anti-government “activists” spotted VANDALISING public property!

A video posted on Facebook featured a number of youthful “activists” spray painting anti-government graffiti on a pillar of an elevated highway.

Terms being splashed on the surface included “Oust Du30” and “Du30 supot!”

Offenses related to vandalism attract hefty fines in the Philippines. An example is an existing ordinance in Bacolod City…

It provides penalties for such violations, which include a fine of P1,000 for the first offense, P3,000 for the second offense, and P5,000, plus imprisonment of not less than 30 days, but not more than six months, depending on the gravity of the infraction, to be determined by the court, for the third offense.

For violators aged 15 and below, civil liability will be shouldered by the parents, but those 15 to 18 years old, will be made to restore the property and be required to render service to the school, if enrolled, or render community service to the barangay, the ordinance further stated.

Street “activists” have long been notorious for the impunity they exhibit whilst defacing public property. Most notorious amongst them are communist elements in campus organisations like Anakbayan.

It’s high time Rule of Law be applied consistently to all Filipinos rich or poor.

The only way to commemorate Ninoy Aquino’s “martyrdom” FOR REAL is to find out WHO murdered him

Despite two big Aquino presidencies, that of the late Cory Aquino from 1986 to 1992 and then her son’s, Benigno Simeon ‘BS’ Aquino III, from 2010 to 2016, the brains behind the murder of former Senator Benigno ‘Ninoy’ Aquino Jr had never been identified. Despite several inquiries through the Cory Aquino administration, only a handful of underlings were convicted. This led Inquirer columnist Ma. Ceres P. Doyo to ask as recently as August 2018, Who killed Ninoy?

But who were the brains? They could only have been persons with massive power and resources. The convicts were mostly underlings who could only have acted in obedience, in an elaborate plot they knew little about.

Since the beginning of the term of current President Rodrigo Duterte, “thought leaders” of the Yellowtard-led Opposition have been screeching about a lack of any big-time drug personalities being brought to justice in Duterte’s so-called War on Drugs. This makes it all the more laughable that they presume to “honour” the “martyrdom” of Ninoy Aquino considering that they too had failed to bring the Big Guns that shot Aquino to justice and had, instead, satisfied themselves with jailing the little fall guys.

The Yellowtards, in short, are hypocrites. They are people who pepper their rhetoric with lofty words like “justice” and “accountability” yet routinely do their own “hero” a shameful disservice — commemorating him yet leaving every stone unturned in their lazy quest for justice for a murder that will likely remain unsolved forever.

Ateneo de Manila implicated by “Bikoy” in Duterte ouster plot!!

Star whistleblower Peter Joemel Advincula, a.k.a. “Bikoy” flagged officials of chi chi Jesuit school Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) as possible accomplices in alleged ouster plots against Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.

In his sworn statement to the Philippine National Police-Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), Advincula reportedly related how he had access to key ADMU facilities presumably at the time the plot was being hatched…

The 30-year-old ex-convict said he still had the keys to Bahay Dagani in Ateneo de Manila Residence and a house in Dela Costa Homes in Marikina City, and the access card to a unit in The Grove Residences in Pasig City where he was given sanctuary by the Jesuit priests and opposition supporters.

Advincula also cited as evidence text messages with a certain “Fr. Albert Alejo of Ateneo de Manila University.” A statement released by Alejo on the website Philippine Jesuits was rich in citing his academic credentials but was utterly lacking in any information or arguments to support his supposed denial of any involvement in said ouster plot. Indeed, scratch that last one, Alejo’s statement did not mention any explicit denial of involvement at all!

Advincula, as part of his sworn statement also mentioned the use of the Jesuit Residence at the Loyola Heights campus of the ADMU as venue for a meeting where he “claimed that [Archbishop Socrates Villegas of Lingayen-Dagupan and former head of the CBCP] was present”.

At what level of the ADMU management hierarchy does the endorsement of an illegal change in leadership begin? The fact of Advincula’s attest to such astounding access to ADMU facilities begs a deeper investigation into the matter.

It is Leni Robredo’s 2017 UN video — not “Bikoy” — that CRUSHED the Philippine Opposition

The Philippines’ Yellowtard-led Opposition continue to whine about their troubles and go on a blaming rampage rather than compete for success. Despite the error in their previous “Bikoy” viral video stunt, they continue to harp about the consequences they now feel following the failure of that dishonest initiative.

No less than the Inquirer editor elaborates on this idiotic position today…

Authorities had an interesting reaction to the videos’ allegations. Instead of investigating the veracity of Bikoy’s claims, law enforcement set about seeking to unmask the hooded figure…

When will these Yellowtard “thought leaders” get it into their heads that the police cannot simply act on the dubious information presented in a set of sketchy YouTube videos!

Perhaps then if they prefer to see things that way, we should look back to 2017 when their supposed “leader”, Leni Robredo, so-called “vice president” of the Philippines, released a far more official video where she aired — in front of delegates of the United Nations, no less — far more astounding slanderous lies about her own country.

Click here to view video.

Why not investigate that?

Perhaps to shore up their credibility, the Philippine Opposition need to rethink their irrational loyalty and deference to the Yellowtards. It’s time they join the rest of us in the 21st Century and turn their backs on that primitive victimhood-stoking ideology.