Debates in the time of election campaigns are a means to help voters get better informed about their candidates’ positions on important and relevant issues. Of late, however, no such informing has happened in the “debates” organised for this year’s elections. Rather than use these debates as opportunities to showcase intelligent platforms, the Philippine Opposition…Read More “Debating” with the Yellowtards means putting up with Martial Law Crybabyism
The Philippine Senate today passed a new bill creating the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development. SB 1578 became law Monday, November 12, 2018. Almost on queue, Yellowtards and Martial Law Crybabies are quick to point out the historical connection between this department and that of “The Marcos Regime”. Here is Yellowtard “economist” JC…Read More Infantile thinking: Yellowtards like @JCPunongbayan slam newly-passed Human Settlements Department bill just because of its association to Imelda Marcos
Yellowtard “investigative journalist” Raissa Robles finally went there. She is challenging Manila Times columnist Bobi Tiglao to explain why he hasn’t filed charges against his own torturers during his imprisonment in the 1970s. Bobie [sic] Tiglao blames human rights victims for not filing cases against their abusers. He should ask himsrlf first – why did…Read More “Investigative journalist” Raissa Robles’s puny attempt to challenge Bobi Tiglao on Martial Law matters
You know that loser who, years after a breakup, continues to check out what his or her ex is up to? Specially now in the age of social media, it has become easy to continue to keep tabs on your ex. More interesting is how it becomes easy to post and tweet mean blind items…Read More Martial Law Crybabies are like dumped people stalking their ex-lovers
The Yellowtards had made a small intellectual mistake and turned it into a colossal case of intellectual dishonesty. By implying that those who challenge their account of the “Martial Law Years” and slapped the label “revisionist” across their faces, they have elevated their Martial Law narrative of superstitious fear and loathing into no less than…Read More Yellowtards have turned Martial Law Crybabyism into a national religion
A former soldier who served during the “Martial Law Years” begged to differ to traditional emo historians in a tweet he issued the other day… I was a soldier during martial law days. ‘Was a member of the GHQ patrol watching part of Metro Manila on curfew hours (1974-1980). Never we’ve abused anyone, in fact…Read More Yellowtards and communists DISHONOR Filipino men and women in uniform by demonizing their jobs in the 1970s
We can see today just how virulent Filipino communists could be. They have once again successfully infiltrated mainstream Opposition politics, evident in the way left-of-centre liberals amongst the Yellowtard-led Philippine Opposition are comfy in bed with commies and their crooked terrorist sympathisers. They keep harping about the “Martial Law Playbook” of the Duterte administration. But…Read More Martial Law “playbook”? How about that FAMILIAR communist infiltration strategy CLEARLY evident today?
Ironic that on the anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law, much of what makes the Yellowtards such a laughable bunch of confused dimwits emerged. One notable one is the way they now gang up on elder statesman Juan Ponce Enrile. Thing is, Enrile is as much a creation of the Yellowtards as he is…Read More Dear Yellowtards, #NeverForget that Juan Ponce Enrile was an ORIGINAL Yellowtard “hero”!
What exactly does “never again” even mean? The typical Yellowtard “activist” will of course insist that they are “fighting” for a future where the “Martial Law Years” never again happen. Now it is quite interesting to note that an entire “activist” movement is premised on an assumption about the future based on imagined “historic parallels”…Read More “Activists” who have nothing to offer and are “united” for the wrong reasons can only scream “#NEVERAGAIN”!
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