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
The formula is the same. In the case of General Douglas MacArthur, the promise was explicit. “I shall return.” In the case of the Yellowtard cause, it is “Tuloy ang Laban” — doublespeak for “we plan to seize power again someday by hook or by crook”. In the case of Patricia Fox who had been…Read More In Sister Patricia Fox, Filipinos latch on to yet another Jesus Christ figure and her prophet is Leni Robredo
Credit goes to student “activists”. They manage to attract a lot of media coverage and are a convenient moral crutch for the social-climbing virtue-signalling folk that infest social media. Thing is, much the same way as Tito Vic and Joey and folks like Kim Kardashian also attract a lot of eyeballs, being a media figure…Read More Message to incoming University students: Student “activism” is a COMPLETE waste of time
Lately, the Opposition has been undergoing an existential crisis and are divided over how to define the broader community of rabid critics of the government of President Rodrigo Duterte. It used to be clear in the past. Yellowtards = Everything that is Good. Everyone Else = Bad (“evil” even, if one asks the most rabid…Read More Is a Duterte critic automatically a Yellowtard? Here’s the lowdown…
If it does, then it is a sad day for Philippine democracy. It is, indeed, ironic that the Yellowtards shriek over their imagined “death” of “democracy” for it is in the manner with which they mount an “opposition” to the popular administration of President Rodrigo Duterte that we see a much more horrible, slower, more…Read More Does the Yellowtard-led “coalition” represent everything the Philippine Opposition’s got?
Think of the word “dissent” from a global perspective and you imagine the art of Banksy and the poetry of Bob Dylan. Focus this perspective into the tiny pinhole through which the entire intellectual and cultural landscape of Philippine society can be spied and you will see no more than the shrill whiney crybaby voices…Read More Yellowtards now OWN “dissent” and have perverted it beyond recognition
Opposition “activism” in the Philippines seems to be suffering from a bad case of Lechon Manok Syndrome. Like those other business fads like Shawarma, milk tea, and, yes, the jeepney, Lechon Manok businesses sprung up all over Manila in price-crushing numbers that eventually doomed a once lucrative enterprise. In the same way, the lack of…Read More Marcos this Marcos that. Martial Law this Martial Law that. Is that all there is to Filipino “activism”?
According to “human rights” guy Caloy Conde, it is “shocking” that a survey revealed that Filipinos trust soldiers more than “human rights advocates”. In a tweet issued recently, Conde laments… A jarring info I learned just now: the Filipino public trusts soldiers more than human rights advocates to have “true respect” for human rights. That’s…Read More Filipinos have lost confidence in “human rights” advocacy because the Yellowtards weaponised it for their political ends
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?
You know what is even dumber than allowing yourself to be recruited by campus communists? “Denouncing” so-called “red tagging” while flying the Anakbayan banner. But that is exactly what a bunch of student “activists” from various universities did! Perhaps, indeed, these students should focus more of their time as university students learning how to think…Read More Organising an “anti Red tagging” campaign under the Anakbayan banner ain’t very smart