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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Rappler analyst predict protest, instead Duterte is treated like a RockStar ~Share Video

This video will make you proud of our president.

Political analyst Dewi Fortuna Anwar, who serves as Director for Program and Research at the Habibie Center admits that Duterte is vey popular in Indonesia and  is widely talked about.

However, Dewi also told Rappler that Duterte might be met with a protest.

As it turned out her analysis was very wrong.  In a visit to Tanah Abang textile market in Jakarta, Indonesia, Duterte was met by a huge crowd of Indonesians some of which screaming  “Duterte, Duterte, Duterte”

The Tanah Abang market is the most popular public market in Indonesia which considered to be similar to Divisoria in the Philippines.


Because of Duterte, consumers’ confidence index finally lands in the positive territory


Yellowtards will never post or share this. If they had their way, they would probably hide this bit of news from you.

Why would they do that?  We because they are immature and bitter and want the country to collapse under Duterte. Everything they post is bad news, and even if it is good news they want to make it bad.

Because the Yellowtards feel bad, they want the rest of the country feel bad. Isn't that childish behavior of spoiled brats?

Please read the article written by Lee C. Chipongian of the Manila Bulletin titled Consumer confidence turns positive – BSP published last September 9, 2016.

Consumer confidence turns positive – BSP 
Finally, Filipino consumers’ confidence index landed in the positive territory and at its highest since the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) first conducted the survey in 2007 on perceived improvement in peace and order situation, availability of more jobs, stable commodity prices and expected increase in salaries.

The BSP said that Filipino consumers’ confidence index (CI) was highest at 2.5 percent in the third quarter versus the previous quarter’s -6.4 percent.

In presenting its third quarter Consumer Expectations Survey (CES), the BSP noted that this is the first time that the optimists outnumbered the pessimists since they first conducted the survey in 2007.

The BSP said the optimism stemmed from the perceived improvement in the peace and order situation, availability of more jobs, stable prices of commodity and an expected increase in salaries.

The survey report also highlighted effective government policies, the new administration and its war on drugs, and continued assistance from the government conditional cash transfer or the “4Ps” (Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program).

The BSP said consumers’ positive outlook extends to the fourth quarter this year and in the next 12 months.

This is shown with a CI of 27.3 percent for the next quarter versus 5.6 percent in the last survey, and for the year ahead the CI was 43.8 percent compared to 26.6 percent in the previous survey.

“Consumers anticipated that improvements in the peace and order situation, availability of more jobs, salary increases and good governance would continue over the next 12 months. They also expected possible decrease in prices of goods, lesser household expenses as well as an increase in household income and savings which could translate to growth in real income and higher purchasing power of the household,” said the BSP.

The survey also said that for most Filipinos, they think inflation rate would continue to decline over the next 12 months and this “indicates that inflationary expectations are likely to moderate over the next 12 months.”

“In the meantime, fewer expected interest rates to increase as the CI dropped to its record low. (They) also view that the peso would continue to appreciate against the US dollar over the next 12 months,” said the BSP.

Consumers also see positive movement in the unemployment index in the year ahead which could “translate to improved labor conditions.”

The current CES was conducted July 1 to July 12 and covered 5,810 households nationwide. About 3,002 or 51.7 percent were from the National Capital Region (NCR) and 2,808 or 48.3 percent from areas outside of the NCR.

The BSP said 46.9 percent of survey respondents were from the low-income group, 38.8 percent from the middle-income group and 14.2 percent from high-income group.

Do yellowtards love our country? If yes, why do they spread bad news even if there is good news. Share

The goal of the Yellowtards is not to help our country progress, but to make us look bad so Duterte will fail.

Shown below is an article written by MJ Quiambao Reyes.

ON PHIL STOCKS & DOUBLE STANDARD

Did you know that for the 1st time in 24 years, Phil Stocks soared and rose by 23.78 points after Duterte delivered his 1st SONA?

When the PSEi went up very significantly that time, his critics were quick to dismiss and said: "That's not because of Duterte. That's normal. Stocks always go up after every SONA!"
Ang tatalino nila eh!

BUT did you know that PSEi consistently went down after initial SONAs of Aquino, Arroyo, and Estrada--contrary to what they said?

(please check the photos)
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When Phil Stocks dropped the other day (which for those who really know stocks is but normal), the bleeding hearts, propagandists, & yellow journalists went to town and had an early Christmas! They cheered and filled their walls with PSEI reports blaming Duterte left and right and yes, even taunting his supporters.

Someone even tried to challenge me to refute his statements about that drop and Duterte being the reason behind it according to his reliable source-- a "reputable tourist guide". Sorry for him but I do not engage in a battle of wits with high and mighty people who think they have the monopoly of knowledge and whose intention is just to discredit the new govt.

Instead, I am sharing these info to you, my friends, so that YOU are equipped with the right and necessary information and not be easily swayed by misleading and distorted reports and misinformed opinions. Like I always say to you guys, it is always better to be more informed than merely opinionated. Wag nyo po gayahin ang kabila na puro banat lang at paninira--sabay proclaim themselves as disente.

Friends, wag na po tayong makipagmurahan at bangayan pa. Just be more informed and be the better man. We do not need to proclaim ourselves as the decent or intellectuals--let's just think, and act, and talk, and show them how to be one.

P.S. The Stocks rose again today! ;)

(Pakihambalos na lang po sa pagmumukha ng ilan nating mga kapwa Filipino na sa halip makipagtulungan sana muna sa bagong gobyerno ay pilit nilang pinababagsak agad! At hayan, lumabas na naman ang aking pagka-Amazona! Nyahaha! Tao lang po. Now you guys have to remind me too, sometimes! :-) :-) :-) )
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#mediawatch #mjquiambaoreyes

Thursday, September 8, 2016

While Pangilinan questioned "state of lawlessness" ISIS Philippines released a recruitment video.


Above, ISIS Philippines recruitment video, will Filipino Muslims head the call?

While Senator Francis Pangilinan questioned the "state of lawless violence" declared by Duterte, the ISIS Philippines released a recruitment video.

The senator's question came about when the PNP reported that crime had gone down 49 percent during the first two months of the new administration and somehow Pangilinan forgot that Duterte’s declaration of a state of emergency came after the bombing in Davao City on Friday (Sept. 2, 2016) last week that left 14 people dead and dozens injured.

Please leave a comment to share your thoughts

Netizen J. Marnelli was asked if she regrets voting for Duterte. Her answer is unforgettable. Share


Netizen Jean Marnelli was asked if she regrets voting for Duterte and her answer is unforgettable.

From Jean Marnelli's post:

I was asked if I am experiencing buyer's remorse, having voted for such an uncouth president.

Fine. I am embarrassed.
Because it had to take this crass and ill mannered man for me to finally see:

  1. The jobless and maltreated OFWs stranded in the UAE finally coming home. News broke out on this as early as 2009. There are 9000 of them. First batch flew in August this year.
  2. A one-stop-shop established for the OFWs and the ending of Tanim-Bala.
  3. A government branch that finally implemented the FOI. 
  4. A crack down on mining malpractices with 4 mines suspended to date and more coming as the government has just completed its audit.
  5. Centralized and nationwide Emergency Response Team (911) and Citizen Complaint Hotline (8888) 
  6. The gates of the DAR opened after being shut for more than a decade. 
  7. A signed indefinite ceasefire agreement. 
  8. An actual war against drugs. Say what you want about it but for every politician that said they were fighting it, this is the first time I can actually see it happening.
  9. An increase in the allowance of Filipino athletes representing us in the Olympics. 
  10. A president that has command responsibility and is willing to take the hit for his men which is driving increased morale in our police and military forces. Remember the lack of ownership during SAF44 and the HK Tourist Bus Hostage Crisis? 
  11.  A president who is arrogant enough to lead this small archipelago like it was the best country in the world and stand up to the powers that be. If you've travelled outside, you'd know that the Philippine Passport is an almost powerless passport. I do not know where he gets his nerve. I think in his heart and mind, he really believes this is the best country in the world. That's crazy. We all know we're not.

You know what's most annoying? His potty-mouthed presidency is just 69 days old.

Now, being a well-mannered big fan of perception management and word choice, I am now asking myself--

What did I actually DO for my country in the last 69 days aside from grudgingly pay taxes and post commentaries like this on FB?

Nothing.

Damn you, Duterte. Why can't you just be lip service like everyone else?

Embarrassing.

What do we do when the institution that is suppose to protect us betrays us? Share

What do we do when the institution that is suppose to protect us betrays us?

The media which is controlled by the elite has been twisting the truth to make sure Duterte fails. For once in our history, we have a President who wants to make real change and his enemies are making sure his every move is blocked.

I am so frustrated that sometimes I want to cry in anger, however if I feel this way; I wonder how the president feels.

Another Filipino who is equally frustrated is MJ Quiambao Reyes who posted on her Facebook wall and wrote the following:


By MJ Quiambao Reyes
Shame on all the pseudo-journalists, editors, & publishers who are giving journalism a bad, bad name!

Shame on all the papers & news agencies who allow the gross prostitution of what should have been a noble profession!

Stop calling yourselves journalists when all you're obviously after for is to bring down Duterte and this new government.

Wag kayo magtanga-tangahan just so you can continue to mislead people and scare them and sow hate for the new President!

Why give such a headline and make it appear that State of Lawlessness grants Warrantless Arrest when all these that you mentioned are in fact existing standard clauses for warrantless arrests?

In layman's term, dati na itong procedure or standard clauses kung saan kahit sino pa na kasakuyang gumagawa ng krimen (kasalukuyang pumapatay o nangri-rape halimbawa) ay maaring arestuhin. Dati na ito! Mga gago kayo!

What is your agenda in coming- up with such malicious and highly misleading news report? Scare the Filipino people and turn them against the new government?

I'm curious, how much is the cost of your newspaper these days?

Those papers who have been using distorted and malicious headlines placing at risk our diplomatic relations with other countries---

Those papers who are coming up w/ misleading reports like this just to turn the public against the government--

You are a disgrace to your country & fellowmen. You should be sanctioned for Malice (if not, inciting to sedition or other more appropriate charges).
Ang aga aga nakakataas kayo ng presyon!

Kayong mga klase ng yellow journalists, kayo dapat sini-Senate Hearing at pinu-front sa mga Police Operations!

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/…/proclamation-allows-arrest-w…
#MediaWatch #MJQuiambaoReyes

Obama was lucky he had an excuse to cancel the meeting with Duterte. Find out why & share


Video of Duterte's rant about Obama & the US' human rights record
First of all, let me touch on the alledge insult that was not an insult.

If you listened carefully to what Duterte said, he never mentioned that Obama's mother is a whore, as a matter of fact Duterte never swore at Obama.

What Duterte said was a conditional statement or also known as an "if" statement.

Let's put it this way, if I said that I will punch you in the face if you disrespected my daughter, does it mean I have already punched you? When Duterte said that he will curse Obama if he brings up the issue of human rights, did it mean he cursed Obama already? Definitely not.


So now let's discuss Duterte's rant.

Imagine if Duterte did not rant.

Instead he met Obama face to face, and then when Obama raised the issue of human rights all of a sudden KABOOM!!!  Duterte unleashes his lecture about human rights and exposing the hypocrisy of the US for the world to see.

If this happened, who would have been embarrassed, Duterte or Obama?

Whether you like it or not Duterte was right about the US human rights record. We start out with the genocide of the American Indians. It is said that when Columbus arrived in the Americas there were over 10 million of them but at the end of the 19th century only 300,000 survived.

Then we look at the Philippines where 600,000 Moros where killed by the Americans. Then the Vietnam war where 1.1 million Vietnamese were killed when the US invaded Vietnam.

Finally, we have Iraq, Libya, and Syria were hundred of thousands have died and a country has been left in ruins.

If that is not human rights violation then what is? At the end of the day, the US does not have a right to lecture anyone about human rights because their hands is covered in blood.


Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Will we still love the USA if the PH turns into a narco state like Mexico because of US interference?


If our country turned into a narco state like Mexico because of US interference ,will our love for the US turn sour?

I have always been pro-US ever since I can remember but now my sentiments are starting to change. For once we have a leader who is fighting the scourge of drugs which threatens to turn our country into a narco state like Mexico. Unfortunately, the most powerful country in the planet wants us to fail.

Under the pretext of human rights, the US has put pressure on our president to halt its war on drugs, however if they were really sincere about human rights abuses why don't they put pressure on repressive governments like Saudi Arabia?

Bringing the issue of human right closer to home, the US supported Marcos whose human right record is said to be covered in blood because it guaranteed that the US interest were protected.

The way I see it, the human rights issue is being used against Duterte because he is not an American boy. Duterte is too nationalistic and what he wants is for the country to get the best deal from the US, Japan, China and even Russia.  And I don't think the USA likes that.

The basis of my comment is the PhilStar article titled US stands firm on human rights issues in Philippines.  Please read the full article shown below.

US stands firm on human rights issues in Philippines
By Patricia Lourdes Viray (philstar.com)
September 7, 2016 - 11:33am

MANILA, Philippines — The United States maintained that it will not soften its criticism about human rights concerns and drug issues in the Philippines.

US Department of State Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner said that Washington is willing to have a conversation with the Philippines regarding its concerns about human rights.

"President [Rodrigo] Duterte may disagree with us strongly on that, and that’s part of the conversation of – between allies and partners that take place on – with a number of countries around the world," Toner said in a press briefing on Tuesday.

Toner added hat expressing such concerns is a part of a healthy bilateral relationship between two nations.

"So that’s part of what we believe to be a healthy bilateral relationship, where we can express those kind of concerns, as we do with countries around the world and governments where we believe there are credible reports of human rights abuses," the US State Department official said.

The Philippine president has expressed regret over his tirade against Obama which came out as a personal attack.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Prepare to cry - This is the way our kababayans in Laos welcomed & showed love for Duterte

Special thanks to the anonymous guy who uploaded this video. Thank you for sharing the joy.

I have never seen a Filipino leader get this so much love and I hope and pray that Duterte will succeed in delivering his vision for us Filipinos.

VIDEO-Duterte's Obama rant provoked by disrespectful tone of voice of Reuters reporter Morales?

Some people say Reuters reporter Jerome Morales' tone of voice was disrespectful towards Duterte and the condescending way he said "human rights" may have irked Duterte and fueled his rant at Barack Obama.

If you listen to the way Morales said "human rights", he seemed to insinuate that Duterte didn't know what his question was all about.

Do you think Jerome Morales was disrespectful? Please share your thoughts by leaving a comment.

Shown below is the full video.

VIDEO-Duterte will lecture Obama if US Pres. mentions human rights

Video of Duterte answering a reporter who asked about Obama bringing up the human rights issue.

Obama will be embarrassed if he brings up the issue of human rights.

When Reuters reporter, Jerome Morales asked Duterte about being questioned by Obama regarding extra-judicial killings, Duterte replied by saying "The Philippines is not a vassal state. We have long ceased to be a colony of the United States." Duterte continued by saying "I do not respond to anybody except to the people of the Republic of the Philippines."

For the first time in my life, never have I felt so much pride in being a Filipino. Watch this video and find out why.

Please leave a comment to share your thoughts.

Monday, September 5, 2016

Duterte to Obama: Don’t lecture me on rights, PH not a US colony (Show respect Obama)

The Philippines has always been a US ally but the pro-US sentiment can quickly change if the US interferes with our politics.

During the 2016 Philippine election season, the US Ambassador to the Philippines Philip Goldberg made a remark that could have affected the course to the elections; his comments did not sit well with Duterte who saw Goldberg's pronouncements as an effort to interfere with our politics.

At this point in our history, 91% of Filipinos feel that Duterte will be the leader who can make the country great and enter the league of first world nations.  Any effort of the US that might destabilize the Philippines' economic growth will surely make Filipinos hate the country they once loved.

Below is an Inquirer.net article which is the basis on my comments. Please read it and share your thoughts.

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Duterte to Obama:  Don’t lecture me on rights, PH not a US colony
By: Germelina Lacorte
Inquirer Mindanao • 06:55 PM September 5th, 2016

DAVAO CITY – President Duterte said any lecture about human rights and extra-judicial killings during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) Summit in Vientiane, Laos, would be a disrespect to him and the Filipino people.

“You must be respectful. You just don’t throw question and statements. Putangina, mumurahin kita sa forum na yan (Mother-whore, I’ll curse you in that forum),” Mr. Duterte said in a pre-departure press briefing when asked about how he would deal with questions about the issues.

“The Philippines is not a vasal state. We have long ceased to be a colony of the United States,” he said, apparently referring to reports about US President Barrack Obama talking to him about the human rights situation and extra-judicial killings in the country.

“I do not respond to anybody but to the people of the Republic of the Philippines. Wala akong pakialam sa kanya (I don’t care about him). Who is he?” Mr. Duterte said.

The President said America “has one too many to answer for the misdeeds of this country,” citing the 600,000 Moro people killed during the American colonizers’ pacification campaign at the turn of the century.

“Hanggang ngayon hindi pa tayo nakatikim ng apology (We have not heard any apology until now),” the President said.

“Can he explain the 600,000 Moros massacred on this island? We have a recorded history of that sordid period of this national life,” he said.

“Who is Obama to ask me that? I will tell him ‘who are you?’” he added.

“I do not, I said, I do not kneel down before anybody else, except for the Filipinos in Quiapo walking in misery and in extreme hunger and poverty,” the President said.

He then stressed that the campaign against drugs would continue “until the last pusher is out of the streets, until the last manufacturer is killed.”

“We will continue, and I will continue and I don’t give a shit about anybody observing my behavior,” the President said.

“Masyadong kayong bilib sa America, sipain ko pa yan sa harap mo e (You people are too impressed by America, I won’t hesitate to kick him in front of everybody),” he added.   SFM

Urgent Airport Security: Petition Pres Duterte to adopt this scanner ASAP. Agree or laugh?


Airport security is very important, let's petition President Duterte to adopt this kind of airport check. This is a very urgent matter.

Please watch the video and leave a comment if you agree or disagree.

VIDEO- Victory for our troops, Abu Sayyaf scamper for safety as AFP shower them with hot bullets

Actual footage: AFP shower Abu Sayyaf with bullets as the terrorist scamper for safety.

Sen. Alan Cayetano's open letter to Barack Obama (A call for open-mindedness) Share


Senator Alan Peter Cayetano's open letter to Barack Obama

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An Open Letter To President Barack Obama.

The White House

With A Prayer for a successful meeting between him and President Duterte.
Dear President Obama,

As a Citizen of the world and a believer in Change, allow me to write you an open letter to attempt to articulate the audacity of the Filipino people to hope for a better future and to aspire for a nation that is secure,peaceful,law abiding and prosperous.

While we are still mourning and recovering from the Davao Bombing, while our law enforcers are sacrificing and doing their duty everyday to reclaim communities from narcotics and criminality (many police officers have died in the line of duty), while our President is pursuing peace and fighting corruption, powerful forces are working against us (locally and internationally).

I write to you because more than any other person, you know how it feels to have the weight of the world on your shoulders.

To have the burden of fixing the problems of your own country but having to constantly live up to the expectations of the entire world.

To be called on, and depended on but at the same time to be hated and cursed at.

To be pulled and torn in every direction and at every crossroad.

I ask myself where does President Obama get the strength to see this through? It can only have come from the grace of GOD and a deep love of one's people and of all humanity.

Despite all the challenges, you have persevered and have accomplished so much.

Now it is our turn. Our turn to experience Change we can believe in.

We finally have a President who has faith in GOD, who has a deep love for our people, who is willing to sacrifice even his life and honor to see that change comes to all Filipinos.
President Duterte and our entire nation is now fighting 3 wars simultaneously.

  1. The War against poverty (which includes leveling a playing field that by and large only oligarchs grow and prosper while the greater majority struggles just to survive);
  2. The War against crime, illegal drugs and corruption, and;
  3. The War on war. The quest for a just and inclusive peace and an end to the decades-long communist insurgency as well as other rebellions in our country.

After decades of hopelessness and up to 10 million Filipinos leaving our country to find work in foreign lands and after an entire generation exposed to the perils of illegal drugs, we finally have a President who is trying to get the country back on the right track.

Mr President, how many times have you been misjudged, prejudged or judged unjustly because of your nationality, Party affiliation, stand on issues or even your skin color?

Yet despite all these, you persevered. You never gave up! If there were mistakes along the way, you learned from those mistakes and you spawned an entire generation of people around the world saying "Yes We Can!"

Will you now allow us to lose hope and fail? Will the West deny us the "Change we can believe in?" Just because some people have misjudged our beloved President based on how he speaks. Aggravated by an obvious misinformation campaign about the human rights situation in the country.

Does he not deserve to be judged on his record and his actions? On facts and not manipulated statistics? On where he wants to bring the country rather than his sometimes politically incorrect words?

We Filipinos will always be your brothers and sisters. Your allies and friends. But we also deserve our own national identity and a chance for an independent foreign policy.

A foreign policy for Filipinos by Filipinos. A balanced friendship with our oldest ally and big brother the United States of America on one hand and a friendship of mutual respect with our neighbor China on the other.

You have tried at every turn to avoid war and done everything for peace! Can't we work on a win win win situation for the U.S.A, Philippines and China?

Over the last 7 years you have patiently addressed concerns of pessimists, critics and hardliners and pushed your peoples agenda forward inch by inch.

Well now the pessimists, critics and hardliners in the West, the United Nations, and the Philippines want us to continue to bicker and disagree. To let disagreements escalate into fights. And for what? So that no one wins?

Hardliners fear the Philippine government will make peace with the communist rebels. Critics Fear that CHRISTians and Muslims can't build communities and a Nation together? Pessimists say that we can't be a drug free Country.
Will we let the pessimists and hardliners win Mr President? Or will we persevere and try to understand each other, so we can wake up one day to a peaceful, prosperous and progressive Philippines.

Can't we give the Philippines and President Duterte a Chance?

As We Pray that GOD Blesses America, We ask The Americans to be used by GOD To Bless The Philippines.

GOD Bless You President "Yes We Can" Obama!
GOD Bless President Rody Duterte!
GOD Bless The Philippines!
Respectfully,
Senator Alan Peter S. Cayetano

My God, the Abu Sayyaf terrorist are just children, how can they be so brutal! Share


It is heartbreaking that the Abu Sayyaf leaders recruit young impressionable innocent minds and turn them into monsters.

This is an actual footage of Abu Sayyaf fighters in an actual battle. Although they try to show bravado and courage, their fear is betrayed by their trembling voices.

Please leave a comment to share your thoughts.

Netizen MJ Reyes declares: Let me make this very clear: RODRIGO DUTERTE IS MY PRESIDENT!

Netizen MJ Reyes is making a stand! I won't say anything more because she has said it better than I could.

Let me make this very clear: RODRIGO DUTERTE IS MY PRESIDENT.

As long as I continue to see his genuine concern for the people and his actions are in accordance with the very principles I hold dear, I am with him. I will keep writing and keep posting in his defense. I will fight for him and for the people he care for. Today more than ever.

As long as there are evil forces who are out to overthrow him and bring my country down, I will keep writing and I will keep posting in his defense. I will fight for him and for the people he care for--in every way I can and in every way I know how. Today more than ever.

Should any of you take advantage of the tragedy in Davao to mock my President and advance your politicking, I cannot and will not tolerate it. I will move heaven and earth and I will use my energy and my skills to ensure that for every attack you make, it will come back to you and the party you serve twice as hard.

To all my friends who are rabid LP supporters, I respect your right to support the political party of your choice. I would appreciate if you extend me the same respect for choosing to support our new government.

I have not unfriended any of you despite all the mudslinging during and even long after the election. I respected your choice and I accepted our differences in opinion--and yes, I kept my mouth shut and tolerated your ignorance. I have never invaded your wall or asked you to stop as you continued to promote BS Aquino and put him on a pedestal while relentlessly criticizing the new government. I ask you to do the same--otherwise, if you cannot stand my posts, please unfollow me.

Now, is that clear or is that clear?