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The Ateneo administration finally released an “official” decision on the bullying case of Taekwondo champ Joaquin Montesa. The letter was signed by its president Fr. Jett Villarin and published on Twitter… The question is, was it appropriate to add hashtags to what one would have thought is an official document issued by the institution? This…

Read More Is including a #NoToBullying hashtag in the Ateneo’s decision statement appropriate?
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This is the right thing to do. According to a Manila Times report, parents of the victim of Ateneo Taekwondo champ Joaquin Montes’s alleged bullying are taking appropriate steps… The victim’s parents accompanied their child to the Quezon City Anonas Police Station where they filed a report of the incident, Chief Supt. Joselito Esquivel told…

Read More Ateneo bullying incident a potential ASSAULT case and should involve the police
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Ahem…products of Ateneo who wreaked havoc in the Philippines: – Noynoy Aquino – Lourdes Sereno – Andy Bautista – Harvey Keh – Jim Paredes – Risa Hontiveros – Kris Aquino You have to wonder what is it about the school that produces sociopathic behaviour. Some say the name of the bully from the Ateneo should…

Read More Opposition attempt to POLITICISE Ateneo bullying scandal BACKFIRES badly!

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This is the bukang bibig of Yellowtardom today. People are not allowed to express outrage over the viral bullying video of Ateneo Taekwondo champ Joaquin Montes if they are “silent” on “the bigger bully in Malacanang”. Well, golly gee. It seems to fly over the pointed heads of Yellowtard “influencers” that this is the sort…

Read More New memo is out: Yellowtards OWN outrage over bullying
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Did you see how that Ateneo bully was fixing his hair before he beat the other kid? He was showing signs of narcissistic and psychopathic behaviour. To be fair, Joaquin Montes, the bully from Ateneo knew his Taekawondo moves, but he shouldn’t be using them against kids who can’t fight back. He should only be…

Read More Joaquin Montes was likely a victim of his own psychological issues
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If you are against bullying, then you should be against all bullies and acts of bullying. You don’t even realise you are also a bully for associating every issue with Duterte. Let me see, a lot of yellows are from Ateneo. A lot of bad things are coming out about Ateneo lately and exposing the…

Read More Dear yellows: You can’t keep bringing up Duterte every time there is an issue involving bullying!

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According to a post on the Facebook group Atenista, the victim of Ateneo Taekwondo champ Joaquin Montes suffered worse injuries than could be gleaned from the now-viral video that made him infamous. “The victim is now in the hospital. He suffered multiple nose fractures and requires surgery. 2 days na pala since the incident happened.…

Read More Victim of Ateneo Taekwondo champ Joaquin Montes’s alleged bullying requires surgery!
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So far we are aware of two Joaquin Montes Twitter accounts. One was featured in a previous post and goes by the handle @joaquinmontesjr which issues this tweet among others. The other is what a few Netizens are regarding as the real deal and that recently issued this gem… Which is the real one? Who…

Read More Will the REAL Joaquin Montes please stand up?

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The outrage rages on around Ateneo Junior High School student and taekwondo champ Joaquin Montes bloodying the face of a schoolmate in the boys’ room seemingly unprovoked. This, despite pleas from the Ateneo de Manila University to desist from spreading the now-viral video. Unverified reports of online chats supposedly participated in by Montes that suggest…

Read More Joaquin Montes bullying incident at the Ateneo highlights persistence of social cancer!

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It’s the predictable outcome following an athletically “underdog” university going up against a school with the resources and priorities to breed championship basketball teams. Alumni of the University of the Philippines (UP) go to the games to cheer their Maroons then watch as they get routed by the Blue Eagles. Then alumni of the Ateneo…

Read More Ateneans can’t help being “elitists” in the same way gay people can’t help being gay