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The International Criminal Court (ICC) is, well, a criminal court as its name implies. As such, by presuming to be an authority on what is “just” in the Philippines, it is, in effect, competing with Philippine courts for authority. But, see, there is nothing in the Philippine Constitution that allows any entity beyond a Philippine…

Read More The International Criminal Court should butt out of the Philippines’ internal affairs
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The Philippines’ Commission on Elections (COMELEC) has been caught out many times turning a blind eye to electoral fraud, tolerating crooked technology suppliers, and bending its own rules to favour specific candidates and/or their parties. Firstly, the COMELEC has a long track record of presiding over fraudulent elections. This is evident in the many incidents…

Read More The COMELEC is NO LONGER a credible and TRUSTED governor of Philippine elections!
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If the Yellowtard-led Philippine Opposition are building an entire campaign platform on the idea that Philippine democracy is “dying” then they are truly in big trouble. Many events have shown that this is not true. They have lied to Filipinos. They have lied to the foreign media. And they had lied to the International Criminal…

Read More The idea that Philippine democracy is “dying” is DEAD
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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?
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Funny the way “activists” in the Opposition now shriek about the “rights” mutineer-turned-senator Antonio Trillanes is now supposedly “entitled” to. Perhaps they should recall to a short time ago when Trillanes himself did not spare such similar thoughts to the Filipinos whose rights and very lives he put at risk when he sought to destroy…

Read More Trillanes did not think of Filipino citizens’ rights when he led soldiers to destroy a civilian government
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Having their cake and eating it too. The Yellowtards want it all. Many of their “activists” are now defending the embattled mutineer-turned-senator Antonio Trillanes on the basis of what they unilaterally declared a “patriotic duty” to “resist the corruption and bankruptcy of the Arroyo government”. That is just wrong and illegal at many levels. First…

Read More Only a JUDGE can rule on whether what Trillanes did was right or wrong
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Yellowtards should get over their shrill screeching fits and take stock of the real situation outside of their little echo chambers. Democracy is not “dead” as they would like all Filipinos to believe. One thing the arrest of Trillanes proves is that democracy is alive and kicking ass. The way things are going, it is…

Read More Trillanes’s arrest proves that democracy is NOT DEAD but is busy at work SERVING the Filipino people

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The Yellowtards are hailing the conviction of former Gen Jovito Palparan as a “bright spot” and a “victory” for human rights. Let us all remember this when they again say “democracy is dead in the Philippines”. This also proves the Yellowtards were wrong in going to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for help as this…

Read More Yellowtard slogan “democracy is dead” DISPROVEN by conviction of Palparan
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“People power” is nothing more than mob rule. It is an expression of the will of a crowd. But unlike a real election that is governed by rules, there is no way of determining at a reliable level of precision whether the outcome of a “people power” circus actually reflects the general will of an…

Read More Is “people power” democracy? No it isn’t!
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