Trust the renowned Reverse Midas Touch of the Yellowtards to turn an otherwise benign term such as “Netizen” into a concept associated with self-entitled millennial snowflake brats. That is exactly what they did in being baldly selective with how they brand anyone who dares criticise or challenge Yellowtard orthodoxy. When a social media user toes…Read More When you’re with the Yellowtards you’re a “Netizen”, otherwise you are a “troll”
It seems being an apologist for a terrorist enemy army such as the communist New People’s Army (NPA) has become not just an acceptable position to take in polite society, it’s also become fashionable amongst snowflake “activists” like Inday Espina Varona as she demonstrates in a tweet today… Well, there you go. The tyrant Duterte…Read More People seem to forget that the New People’s Army are an armed ENEMY force that kills Filipino soldiers
As if they haven’t been burnt enough yet, it seems Jover Laurio of Pinoy Ako Blog and a certain “Mrs Unlawyer” of [what’s her claim to fame nga ba?] remain locked in a mutual back-patting Twitter soiree of sorts. Quite flattering too as they revel over the fact that they had earned respective distinctions as…Read More Yellowtard social climbers unite under @PinoyAkoBlog and @MrsUnlawyer!
Yellowtards are quick to attack journalist Ina Reformina for her religious and personal beliefs. This is another example of the selectiveness with which the Yellowtards apply their nebulous “principles”. They’ve demonstrated this with feminism and human rights. Now they are using religion and personal choices as weapons to shame another person. Ironic, right? It’s no…Read More Yellowtards attack @InaReformina for her religious beliefs but give FAKE NEWS peddler @CBCPnews free pass
Maria Ressa is supposedly incensed by a protest activity instigated by activist Mark Lopez who visited the office building of Rappler to express outrage over her global campaign to vilify the government of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (watch video on Twitter and on Facebook). Ressa claims that online trolls paid for and directed by the…Read More Maria Ressa in BIG TROUBLE for falsely accusing Duterte supporters of being “paid trolls” who are under “marching orders”!
“Attack on press freedom”. Seriously? If that notion even remotely made sense, then there’d be an industry-wide backlash. The fact is, there isn’t one. It’s really just Rappler CEO Maria Ressa raising a big stink about this mythological “attack”. Why does Maria Ressa believe “press freedom” is “under attack”? Perhaps it is because her failed…Read More #DefendPressFreedom is just the latest snowflake fashion statement
If one uses Twitter to sample the general sentiment of the Filipino public, you’d think “press freedom” is top of mind for the majority of Filipinos. With the shrillness of the rhetoric of “activists” that populate social media, one would be forgiven in thinking that “press freedom” is the game-changing issue that will determine this…Read More “Press freedom” is not the Philippines’ most important issue. It really isn’t.
If I were a shareholder of “social news network” Rappler, I’d be really pissed. You hire and pay a CEO big bucks and what does she do? She gets my company into a heap of tax trouble and exposes it to a big libel case. Worst of all, she gets arrested and spends most of…Read More Maria Ressa needs to take a break from #DefendPressFreedom — because she is the CEO of Rappler!
Dressed in black, not in their traditional yellow for some reason, the usual faces representing the usual “activism” is fired up once again. But, really, what are they on fire about? That’s the million-peso question. The sheer volume and shrillness of the noise surrounding what is essentially the vacuous notion of some sort of “attack…Read More #DefendPressFreedom “activists” shriek “stop the attacks”. But no such “attacks” exist!
If #DefendPressFreedom was the burning national issue Maria Ressa makes it out to be, why aren’t politicians making it a cornerstone of their campaign? The fact is, it isn’t relevant because it is a non-issue. Maria Ressa was arrested for charges related to her conduct as leader of a news media organisation. Her case has…Read More The “movement” to #DefendPressFreedom is all about Maria Ressa and not much else