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Grammatically correct but, in intent, baldly misleading. A Rappler report headlined “Senators praise judge’s ‘courage’ in junking Trillanes arrest” seemingly aims to lead its readers to believe that a majority of Philippine senators harbour favourable sentiments to the plight of their embattled colleague “senator” Antonio Trillanes. The report, however only cites the statements of two…

Read More Dishonest Rappler headline misleads readers into thinking Philippine Senate supports “senator” Antonio Trillanes
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Text messages sent to ABS-CBN News anchor Gretchen Fullido and published in a Manila Times report reveal the selective nature with which Filipino feminists regard sexual harassment. Forget for a moment that the person involved is Fullido and the alleged perps are executives at a media organisations known to be disturbingly cosy with the Yellowtards.…

Read More Deafening silence amongst #BabaeAko “activists” despite lewd text messages to Gretchen Fullido revealed!

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In light of recent hints of a toxic corporate culture of sexual harassment at ABS-CBN News following charges of such filed by news anchor Gretchen Fullido, starlet Bianca Gonzalez issued this non-opinion on Twitter… Yes, women should support women. But when its women involved in both sides, nawawala ang “babae ako” at nagiging “babae tayo”.…

Read More Is Bianca Gonzalez saying that “Girl Power” means girls sticking together to cover up sexual abuse at ABS-CBN?
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I’ve been with ABS-CBN News for the past 17 years so I know the history of [Cheryl “Chair” Favila’s] rise to power. It started when @maria_ressa promoted Chair to take over the job Maria’s married partner @bethfrondoso vacated. Chair was different from Beth because she rubbed elbows with the anchors and upper management, while Beth…

Read More “All the allegations of Gretchen Fullido on Chair and Maricar, who is Chair’s partner are true”
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Nobody seems to be holding their breath waiting for the Philippines’ monopoly feminist “movement” #BabaeAko to raise a stink over embattled ABS-CBN News anchor Gretchen Fullido. Fullido recently filed sexual harassment charges against several ABS-CBN execs in a move that rocked a bastion of Opposition media propaganda. The trouble with the community of #BabaeAko “activists”…

Read More Will the #BabaeAko feminist “movement” support Gretchen Fullido?
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It is easy to call upon one’s constituents to reject or condemn an enemy personality in politics. But it is harder to set someone up to compete in a popularity contest. At the end of the day, democratic politics is a popularity contest. The candidate who wins the most votes gets to be in power.…

Read More The Yellowtards have taken down Mocha Uson, but are they able to set someone up to win?
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The Opposition led by the Liberal Party (a.k.a. the Yellowtards) would like Filipinos to believe that they are also on a crusade to “protect” the public from “fake news”. Their real agenda, however, is to be seen to be the singular authority on what to see/hear and what not to see/hear. Thus, under the guise…

Read More Here’s why the Yellowtards are so obsessed with “fake news”…
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It seems Rappler “reporter” Pia Ranada is bent on not only maliciously mixing facts to skew her “news reports”. She also injects inappropriate inuendos in these. Writing about a visit to Malacanang by some Cagayan local government officials, Ranada opines… The Cagayan local chiefs enjoyed their Malacañang trip as their province was placed under Storm…

Read More Rapplerette @PiaRanada editorialises maliciously in “report” on Cagayan officials’ visit to Malacanang
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Evidently Raissa Robles was on the receiving end of widespread outrage over an offensive tweet she issued meant to mock the Visayan diction of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte… …otherwise she wouldn’t have gone on to write this apology. It is by no means unconditional as Robles goes to lengths to spell out the terms of…

Read More Why Raissa Robles’s “apology” for mocking the Visayan accent is insincere and self-serving