Here is what the popular Yellowtard social media personality said on Twitter… I’ve talked to a lot of priests, some include bishops. They’ve been telling how much they detest Duterte’s blatant disrespect & sacrilegious comments about the Catholic Church, his blanket accusations against all priests, & his cursing of the Pope. THEY ALL SAY DUTERTE…Read More According to @MrFrankBaraan, Catholic priests have authority to summarily JUDGE people as “evil”
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…
The reason Filipinos are poor is because they spend an inordinate amount of time and headspace praying rather than focus on the business of making money. An example is the crowds we see today queueing up for the privilege of catching a glimpse of the most recent Catholic hood ornament. One wonders how “hard” Filipinos…Read More Filipinos should stop praying and start making money
After years working hard to be a Ninoy Aquino lookalike, it seems Senator Bam Aquino is throwing in the towel on his “Laban” for Yellowtardom. This according to a report tweeted by ABS-CBN News quoting Aquino… Aquino: Early on, I’ve made a decision, I have to be independent; I have to be the independent voice…Read More From Yellowtard to “Independent”: Is it too late for Bam Aquino to rebrand himself?
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