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Members of the community of cluckity Netizens that orbit the cult of personality of Maria Ressa, CEO of “social news network” Rappler are up in arms. As I write this, agents of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) are reportedly serving a warrant of arrest and taking Ressa to custody for offenses related to libel.…

Read More Arrest of Rappler CEO Maria Ressa is NOT an “attack on press freedom”. Not at all!
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No exception. All politicians claim to be and promise to be honest and truthful during election campaigns. This, of course, changes when they win, but what is important is the perception of impeccable integrity they bring across in that all-important campaign leading to the elections. In that sense, the Yellowtard camp is in trouble. Their…

Read More Yellowtard #OtsoDiretso politicians cannot be trusted as long as they are silent about @PinoyAkoBlog’s LYING ways

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Perjury. This is the legal “nuke” PR personality Franco Mabanta was “saving” for last and will now be going after Yellowtard blogger Jover Laurio with according to his recent Facebook post… WHAT YOUR LAWYERS DIDN’T TELL YOU IS THAT YOU COMMITTED SEVERAL COUNTS OF PERJURY BY LYING UNDER OATH ON TWO SEPARATE OCCASIONS. AND MY…

Read More Franco Mabanta to @PinoyAkoBlog: “I WANT YOU BEHIND BARS” for lying under oath!

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Read this idiotic TIME Magazine article. It presumes to “report” on Fake News Crybaby and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa claiming that “the looming threat of tax evasion charges against prominent Philippine journalist Maria Ressa has prompted an outpouring of support” mainly coming from (who else?) “journalists around the world”. But of course. “Journalists” are the…

Read More According to @TIME Magazine, Rappler CEO Maria Ressa is being harassed for being a Tax Evader!
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Last we heard Yellowtard “activist” Carlos Celdran has left the Philippines. Or shall we say, fled? In a recent tweet, he confirmed he won’t be back for “a long long while”… Perhaps this “long long while” means about 13 months, right Mr Celdran? Do recall… Celdran faces imprisonment for 2 months and 21 days at…

Read More Is Carlos Celdran a fugitive?
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