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When asked on Q&A site Curious Cat why he is a communist, commie “activist” Tonyo Cruz fails to give a straight answer… But when asked a dumb question, the answer flows forth like a deep river… But that’s no surprise of course. 😉

Read More “Activist” @TonyoCruz evasive when asked if he is a communist but is quick to answer dumb questions
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Back a few days, I noted the sudden mysterious disappearance of a noted Yellowtard Twitter user who goes by the handle @MiaMagdalena. This Twitter user is a member of an active mob of Yellowtard Twitter accounts renowned for their ferocious attacks against the government of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and their gang-bullying of Twitter users…

Read More The mystery of the Yellowtard @MiaMagdalena’s sudden disappearance from Twitter… #PABoost casualty?

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In a November 2018 interview with Kara Swisher, technology business journalist and co-founder of Recode, Maria Ressa admitted: “I think we’ve been forced to be activists now.” This is exactly the problem with journalism today which I laid out in my recent article, “What does Maria Ressa’s participation in New York City’s #NYE2018 festivities mean?”…

Read More Maria Ressa in an interview with @karaswisher admits that journalists are now “forced to be activists”!
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Filipino environmental “activists” are up in arms over a plan to drop thousands of balloons as part of an event to mark a “record-breaking welcome to 2019” for beach resort Cove Manila. An online petition set up to protest this activity asserts… It’s 130,000 plastic/rubber balloons we are talking about here — at a single…

Read More SJW “outrage” over Cove Manila balloon stunt a case of too little too fake

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I don’t get effigies. Does, say, displaying a painting of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sporting the same styled moustache worn by Adolf Hitler necessarily make him the same as Der Fuhrer? And by burning this effigy, does that make one’s committing these “symbols” to flames akin to casting a spell or hex on the people…

Read More What good are effigies? What NEXT after you burn them?
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The Opposition led by the Yellowtards should improve the way they co-ordinate their “activism”. After an impassioned call for basketballdom to wear black during Game 1 of the UAAP match between the University of the Philippines and the Ateneo, nobody seemed to have heeded the ill-thought-out “urge”. Not even Yellowtard senatorial candidate Florin Hilbay could…

Read More Did the Yellowtards who called on fans to “wear black” walk their talk during the game?
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Yellowtards are now claiming that they were “misinterpreted” in their ill-thought-out initiative to get fans to wear black when they watch the UAAP basketball match between the University of the Philippines (UP) and the Ateneo de Manila. According to these “activists”, they were merely “urging” and not commanding basketball enthusiasts to wear black during the…

Read More UP iskos should wear maroon, Ateneans should wear blue, and Yellowtards should wear black
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Trust millennial “social justice warriors” to take the edge off a basketball game between two top institutions of learning vying for domination of the Tall Man’s Sport. I mean, who goes to a basketball game expecting a love-in, right? Unfortunately, with a political discourse dominated by SJW snowflakes, even the erstwhile cutthroat sport of Pinoy-style…

Read More Lame forced “unity” colour mars spirit of cutthroat UAAP basketball
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So suddenly there are Filipino-Chinese, Hong Kong Chinese, Taiwanese Chinese and Mainland Chinese. This comes as hating the People’s Republic of China has suddenly become a fashion statement for the Philippines’ chi chi “activists” who presume to protest the visit of its president Xi Jinping this week. The interesting thing with this sudden specificity when…

Read More Why categorise Chinese people as “Filipino-Chinese” and “Mainland Chinese”? They are ALL Chinese!

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Poor Yellowtard “activists”. They reckon they’d “protest” the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping this week. Twitter users among them are even changing their profile avatars to images of Winnie the Pooh as an act of solidarity with their comrades in virtue signalling. Thing is, the Chinese invasion of the Philippines has long been a…

Read More Xi Jinping is not coming to takeover the Philippines. He’s coming to inspect the results of a COMPLETED takeover. #XiJinPoohPH
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