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Former President Noynoy Aquino is still parroting the same 1980s vintage script and it is coming across like a sign of some sort of mental illness… QUEZON CITY, Philippines — In commemoration of the 33rd anniversary of EDSA Revolution, former President Benigno Aquino III encouraged the public to use their right to vote so that…

Read More Using “Martial Law” AGAIN in campaign rhetoric is an insane strategy that is DOOMING the Opposition
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Debates in the time of election campaigns are a means to help voters get better informed about their candidates’ positions on important and relevant issues. Of late, however, no such informing has happened in the “debates” organised for this year’s elections. Rather than use these debates as opportunities to showcase intelligent platforms, the Philippine Opposition…

Read More “Debating” with the Yellowtards means putting up with Martial Law Crybabyism
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Former First Lady Imelda Marcos is not in jail because “the Supreme Court’s Third Division denied for lack of merit the petition for certiorari filed in 2008 by the late Solicitor General Frank Chavez.” Furthermore… “Petitioner having failed to establish the basis for this court to evaluate and review the facts in this case the…

Read More Why is former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos not in jail?
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Yellowtard “investigative journalist” Raissa Robles finally went there. She is challenging Manila Times columnist Bobi Tiglao to explain why he hasn’t filed charges against his own torturers during his imprisonment in the 1970s. Bobie [sic] Tiglao blames human rights victims for not filing cases against their abusers. He should ask himsrlf first – why did…

Read More “Investigative journalist” Raissa Robles’s puny attempt to challenge Bobi Tiglao on Martial Law matters
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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”?

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You know that loser who, years after a breakup, continues to check out what his or her ex is up to? Specially now in the age of social media, it has become easy to continue to keep tabs on your ex. More interesting is how it becomes easy to post and tweet mean blind items…

Read More Martial Law Crybabies are like dumped people stalking their ex-lovers
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The Yellowtards had made a small intellectual mistake and turned it into a colossal case of intellectual dishonesty. By implying that those who challenge their account of the “Martial Law Years” and slapped the label “revisionist” across their faces, they have elevated their Martial Law narrative of superstitious fear and loathing into no less than…

Read More Yellowtards have turned Martial Law Crybabyism into a national religion

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Ironic that on the anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law, much of what makes the Yellowtards such a laughable bunch of confused dimwits emerged. One notable one is the way they now gang up on elder statesman Juan Ponce Enrile. Thing is, Enrile is as much a creation of the Yellowtards as he is…

Read More Dear Yellowtards, #NeverForget that Juan Ponce Enrile was an ORIGINAL Yellowtard “hero”!
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All of a sudden, Yellowtards are making a big deal about stuff Juan Ponce Enrile is saying. Dudes, you all had EVERY opportunity to throw him in jail for good back in 1986. Him and the other Martial Law villain Fidel Ramos. See, this is the whole trouble with virtue signalling. The late former President…

Read More That Juan Ponce Enrile and Fidel Ramos are free proves that the Yellowtards CANNOT be taken seriously
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Think about it. Why are all these “activist” rallies organised primarily in Manila. It’s because the “thought leaders” of Filipino activists are mostly Manila folk. Doesn’t that come across as a bit disturbing to Filipinos who come from the rest of the archipelago? Indeed, located right smack at the centre of Luneta Park, right in…

Read More Luneta is in Manila. The Sept 21 #NeverAgain rally is at the Luneta. This rally is an IMPERIAL MANILA thing!
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