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Like Manny, do you also support President Duterte? Yes or No
Yes 67%  67%  [ 18 ]
No 33%  33%  [ 9 ]
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listerine wrote:
Subversive wrote:
duterte is a Bisaya version of Ferdinand Marcos. except Marcos was Pro-USA while Digong is anti-USA

so did u mean katay digong is rich and corrupt just like apo marcos? pls explain




DUTERTE CORRUPTION 1994:
• In 1994, San Miguel Corporation wanted to put up a big brewery in Davao City. This would have generated thousands of employment for the people of Davao. However, SMC decided to relocate in the adjoining town of Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur because of alleged extortion by members of the city council. Duterte was not named in the attempted extortion but as mayor, he simply looked the way and never reprimanded the members of the City Council, all of whom are his political allies. Extortion has become a normal practice among members of the City council particularly the so-called DLBM Gang who are all staunch allies of Duterte.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 1996:
• In 1996 the Davao City government under Mayor Rodrigo Duterte built a two-storey Sangguniang Panlungsod building for P150-Million. During that same period, the management of the nearby Apo View Hotel was built a nine-storey building that only cost P140 Million. How can a two-storey government building be more expensive than a nine-storey hotel?

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2000:
• In 2000, Duterte claims that he only had P2Million in assets in his Statement of Assets Liabilities and Networth. His registered income was his salary as mayor and part owner of the Honda showroom in General Santos City. That was the time when the marriage of Duterte and his wife Elizabeth Zimmerman. But in 2007, upon their entry to politics, his son Paolo declared in his SALN that had P20 Million and Sarah also had P18M. Both were jobless before they decided to enter politics. When asked where they got their money, Sarah said in public debate that they got the money by way of the so-called advance legitim (inheritance) as a result the annulment of their parents’ marriage. So how can Duterte, whose net worth 7 years before was only 2 Million, raise a minimum of P38 Million which was shared by Sarah and Paolo as part of their inheritance from their father?

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2006:
• In 2006 his son Paolo Duterte managed to corner the city’s advertising contract for all of Davao City’s center islands. Paolo’s Genesis Advertising which is co-owned by his smuggling partner Glen Escandor was able to secure the advertising deal for FREE! Under the agreement, the Genesis Advertising was allowed to build and operate decorative lamps with advertisement spaces purposely for the Asian Tourism Forum in 2006 at no cost to the city government but they would be given the option to maintaining these ad spaces even after the event.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2007:
• In 2007, the Davao City Government under Mayor Rodrigo Duterte bought garbage cans for P200 Million. The small garbage bin which City Hall bought from Duterte’s favored supplier for P6,295 per piece would only cost P2,199 if bought from Department Stores and Hardwares. The bigger bins which Duterte bought for P11,000 a piece is only worth P5,150 if purchased from Department Stores and Hardwares.

• In 2007, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte decided to demolish Davao City’s only sports facility called the Kapitan Tomas Monteverde Sports Center and build a “tree park” instead. For simple concrete walkways and trees that were planted in a 7-hectare lot, the Davao City government had to spend P87 Million! With that amount, you can already reforest an entire mountain!

• Based on Commission on Audit’s annual report from December 31,2003 up to 2007, Mayor Duterte and the City Council headed by his daughter Sara have yet to account for P2.9 Billion worth of equipment and properties which were procured by the City Hall. The COA reported that a colossal 82% of Davao City Hall’s declared assets valued at P2,933,909,784.17 could not be ascertained because of the failure of the city government to conduct physical count and for failure to prepare and submit a reports of such physical count.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2008:
• Based on the 2008 audit report by CoA, the Davao City government collected some P180-million for Special Education Fund. The amount is a percentage of the real estate taxes being collected by City Hall from businessmen and real property owners. SEF is a required by law to help public schools. Instead of using the money solely for improving public school facilities, Duterte spent nearly P11 Million in just one month for lavish restaurant parties and groceries. CoA revealed that for just one month, City Hall used the SEF to pay Ayang Food Caterer (P975,000), Yellow Fin Seafoods & Restaurant (P487,000), Lola Maming Restaurant & Catering Services (P487,000), Metro Plaza (P1,603,660) and NCCC (P7.8-million). That 11 Million would have been enough to build 22 new classrooms!

• In 2008, the entire City Council then headed by daughter Sarah was rocked by a pay-off scandal involving a property developer Interbev Philippines Davao which allegedly paid P300,000 to secure a zoning approval. The issue generated a lot of public uproar that Sarah admitted publicly that there was indeed an attempt to bribe the city council. The tough-talking Duterte was silent all throughout and never took any action even just to investigate the issue.


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dalseg7 wrote:
I took a same poll around the same period last year. Shockingly, it was something like 59-41 against Duterte. I want to see if there's a change. Everyone knows Manny Pacquiao supports President Duterte. I just want to know how many of Manny's fans also supports Duterte and how many don't. I'm more interested to know how many percent of fans go along with their idol.


ALL D WAY!!!

REVOLUTIONARY GOVT. TOO!!

To see how tough d yellow barking dogs was

and other annoying group!!

:lol: 8)


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dalseg7 wrote:
I took a same poll around the same period last year. Shockingly, it was something like 59-41 against Duterte. I want to see if there's a change. Everyone knows Manny Pacquiao supports President Duterte. I just want to know how many of Manny's fans also supports Duterte and how many don't. I'm more interested to know how many percent of fans go along with their idol.


ALL D WAY!!!

REVOLUTIONARY GOVT. TOO!!

To see how tough d yellow barking dogs was

and other annoying group!!

:lol: 8)


Them Yellow nutts are just jealous as hell because they couldn't continue their corruption any longer.
Typical of LOSERS gripe :throwup:


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listerine wrote:
Subversive wrote:
duterte is a Bisaya version of Ferdinand Marcos. except Marcos was Pro-USA while Digong is anti-USA

so did u mean katay digong is rich and corrupt just like apo marcos? pls explain




DUTERTE CORRUPTION 1994:
• In 1994, San Miguel Corporation wanted to put up a big brewery in Davao City. This would have generated thousands of employment for the people of Davao. However, SMC decided to relocate in the adjoining town of Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur because of alleged extortion by members of the city council. Duterte was not named in the attempted extortion but as mayor, he simply looked the way and never reprimanded the members of the City Council, all of whom are his political allies. Extortion has become a normal practice among members of the City council particularly the so-called DLBM Gang who are all staunch allies of Duterte.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 1996:
• In 1996 the Davao City government under Mayor Rodrigo Duterte built a two-storey Sangguniang Panlungsod building for P150-Million. During that same period, the management of the nearby Apo View Hotel was built a nine-storey building that only cost P140 Million. How can a two-storey government building be more expensive than a nine-storey hotel?

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2000:
• In 2000, Duterte claims that he only had P2Million in assets in his Statement of Assets Liabilities and Networth. His registered income was his salary as mayor and part owner of the Honda showroom in General Santos City. That was the time when the marriage of Duterte and his wife Elizabeth Zimmerman. But in 2007, upon their entry to politics, his son Paolo declared in his SALN that had P20 Million and Sarah also had P18M. Both were jobless before they decided to enter politics. When asked where they got their money, Sarah said in public debate that they got the money by way of the so-called advance legitim (inheritance) as a result the annulment of their parents’ marriage. So how can Duterte, whose net worth 7 years before was only 2 Million, raise a minimum of P38 Million which was shared by Sarah and Paolo as part of their inheritance from their father?

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2006:
• In 2006 his son Paolo Duterte managed to corner the city’s advertising contract for all of Davao City’s center islands. Paolo’s Genesis Advertising which is co-owned by his smuggling partner Glen Escandor was able to secure the advertising deal for FREE! Under the agreement, the Genesis Advertising was allowed to build and operate decorative lamps with advertisement spaces purposely for the Asian Tourism Forum in 2006 at no cost to the city government but they would be given the option to maintaining these ad spaces even after the event.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2007:
• In 2007, the Davao City Government under Mayor Rodrigo Duterte bought garbage cans for P200 Million. The small garbage bin which City Hall bought from Duterte’s favored supplier for P6,295 per piece would only cost P2,199 if bought from Department Stores and Hardwares. The bigger bins which Duterte bought for P11,000 a piece is only worth P5,150 if purchased from Department Stores and Hardwares.

• In 2007, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte decided to demolish Davao City’s only sports facility called the Kapitan Tomas Monteverde Sports Center and build a “tree park” instead. For simple concrete walkways and trees that were planted in a 7-hectare lot, the Davao City government had to spend P87 Million! With that amount, you can already reforest an entire mountain!

• Based on Commission on Audit’s annual report from December 31,2003 up to 2007, Mayor Duterte and the City Council headed by his daughter Sara have yet to account for P2.9 Billion worth of equipment and properties which were procured by the City Hall. The COA reported that a colossal 82% of Davao City Hall’s declared assets valued at P2,933,909,784.17 could not be ascertained because of the failure of the city government to conduct physical count and for failure to prepare and submit a reports of such physical count.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2008:
• Based on the 2008 audit report by CoA, the Davao City government collected some P180-million for Special Education Fund. The amount is a percentage of the real estate taxes being collected by City Hall from businessmen and real property owners. SEF is a required by law to help public schools. Instead of using the money solely for improving public school facilities, Duterte spent nearly P11 Million in just one month for lavish restaurant parties and groceries. CoA revealed that for just one month, City Hall used the SEF to pay Ayang Food Caterer (P975,000), Yellow Fin Seafoods & Restaurant (P487,000), Lola Maming Restaurant & Catering Services (P487,000), Metro Plaza (P1,603,660) and NCCC (P7.8-million). That 11 Million would have been enough to build 22 new classrooms!

• In 2008, the entire City Council then headed by daughter Sarah was rocked by a pay-off scandal involving a property developer Interbev Philippines Davao which allegedly paid P300,000 to secure a zoning approval. The issue generated a lot of public uproar that Sarah admitted publicly that there was indeed an attempt to bribe the city council. The tough-talking Duterte was silent all throughout and never took any action even just to investigate the issue.


If these allegetion are true and correct

why no one else file a case since it happened

long time ago??!!

Or just tell this bedtime story

to d marines!! :lol:

Nice troll!!


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Navy Blue wrote:

If these allegetion are true and correct

why no one else file a case since it happened

long time ago??!!

Or just tell this bedtime story

to d marines!! :lol:

Nice troll!!


Just because it happens a long time ago doesn't mean it didn't happen. In other countries, people are being convicted even 30 years after the wrong doing was commited; it doesn't matter if the accused has already past away. That's the way to eradicate a culture of wrong doing, may it be any kind of abuse or in the case of the Philippines, corruption. In my opinion, erap and gloria should have not been allowed to get out of jail, and binay should be behind bars by now. If there's a case for pnoy as well, then lock him in too. Actually we should jail all these politicians. Para matakot lahat yan at wala ng magnakaw. This way, the next generation of politicians will get a career in politics merely to serve the public and not to accumulate wealth. We should stop to idolise politicians. Ginagawa lang nila tayong mga tanga, di nyo pa ba gets? Let them throw mud amongst themselves until all their dirts come out, and them we lock them all away. Please stop being fanatics, it won't help the country as the history has already shown us. The very least we can do to help the country is to be a good citizen regardless who sits in malacanang. Being good citizen means following the law, being vigilant and look after the welfare of yourself and your family. Change is painstakingly a long process. It takes generations to see the manifestation. I don't see that the philippines will be like singapore in my lifetime, but i am very optimistic that my children's children will be living in a first world country. But only if we start to be a good citizen now and distance ourselves from partisan politics.


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Total waste of time that affects the economy. Poor Philippines :oops: :oops:


Philippine financial markets close due to transport strike

Philippine financial markets are closed on Monday, October 16, as a two-day transport strike in protest of the PUV Modernization Program got underway.

Over the weekend, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) suspended clearing operations on the heels of a work suspension order in government offices issued by Malacañang to avoid the negative impact of the transport strike.

With the clearing operations suspended, trading at the Philippine Dealing System (PDS) was also suspended.

The Philippine peso firmed up against the dollar on Friday as investors cashed in on gains from the greenback's strength ahead of US inflation data. The local currency gained 4 centavos to close at P51.390:$1 from 51.430 on Thursday.

The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) also suspended trading on Monday. The benchmark PSEi closed at 8,447.94 on Friday, the highest so far on record.

The Pinagkaisang Samahan ng Tsuper at Operator Nationwide (PISTON) is opposing the government's Public Utility Vehicle modernization program (PUVMP), which they claim is a jeepney phaseout plan that would require operators to buy newer, more expensive models.

Among the groups supporting the nationwide transport strike are Kadamay, Migrante, League of Filipino Students, and Kilusang Mayo Uno. — VDS, GMA News


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A big NO. They can’t function well as a senator and a president becuz they don’t have actually that mission in mind that would really benefit all Pinoy, they are there for their own self-serving agenda. The Philippines deserves better public servants.

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A big NO. They can’t function well as a senator and a president becuz they don’t have actually that mission in mind that would really benefit all Pinoy, they are there for their own self-serving agenda. The Philippines deserves better public servants.

That's their right. Just like your right to display your idiocy in this forum. :D


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Keep Punching wrote:
A big NO. They can’t function well as a senator and a president becuz they don’t have actually that mission in mind that would really benefit all Pinoy, they are there for their own self-serving agenda. The Philippines deserves better public servants.

That's their right. Just like my right to display my idiocy in this forum. :D


:lol: :lol:


Huh :shock:

Okay.


:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Keep Punching wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Keep Punching wrote:
A big NO. They can’t function well as a senator and a president becuz they don’t have actually that mission in mind that would really benefit all Pinoy, they are there for their own self-serving agenda. The Philippines deserves better public servants.

That's their right. Just like your right to display your idiocy in this forum. :D


:lol: :lol:


Huh :shock:

Okay.


:lol: :lol: :lol:

Ok just continue. :clown: :lol:

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FearNoEvil wrote:
Navy Blue wrote:

If these allegetion are true and correct

why no one else file a case since it happened

long time ago??!!

Or just tell this bedtime story

to d marines!! :lol:

Nice troll!!


Just because it happens a long time ago doesn't mean it didn't happen. In other countries, people are being convicted even 30 years after the wrong doing was commited; it doesn't matter if the accused has already past away. That's the way to eradicate a culture of wrong doing, may it be any kind of abuse or in the case of the Philippines, corruption. In my opinion, erap and gloria should have not been allowed to get out of jail, and binay should be behind bars by now. If there's a case for pnoy as well, then lock him in too. Actually we should jail all these politicians. Para matakot lahat yan at wala ng magnakaw. This way, the next generation of politicians will get a career in politics merely to serve the public and not to accumulate wealth. We should stop to idolise politicians. Ginagawa lang nila tayong mga tanga, di nyo pa ba gets? Let them throw mud amongst themselves until all their dirts come out, and them we lock them all away. Please stop being fanatics, it won't help the country as the history has already shown us. The very least we can do to help the country is to be a good citizen regardless who sits in malacanang. Being good citizen means following the law, being vigilant and look after the welfare of yourself and your family. Change is painstakingly a long process. It takes generations to see the manifestation. I don't see that the philippines will be like singapore in my lifetime, but i am very optimistic that my children's children will be living in a first world country. But only if we start to be a good citizen now and distance ourselves from partisan politics.


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Subversive wrote:
listerine wrote:
Subversive wrote:
duterte is a Bisaya version of Ferdinand Marcos. except Marcos was Pro-USA while Digong is anti-USA

so did u mean katay digong is rich and corrupt just like apo marcos? pls explain




DUTERTE CORRUPTION 1994:
• In 1994, San Miguel Corporation wanted to put up a big brewery in Davao City. This would have generated thousands of employment for the people of Davao. However, SMC decided to relocate in the adjoining town of Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur because of alleged extortion by members of the city council. Duterte was not named in the attempted extortion but as mayor, he simply looked the way and never reprimanded the members of the City Council, all of whom are his political allies. Extortion has become a normal practice among members of the City council particularly the so-called DLBM Gang who are all staunch allies of Duterte.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 1996:
• In 1996 the Davao City government under Mayor Rodrigo Duterte built a two-storey Sangguniang Panlungsod building for P150-Million. During that same period, the management of the nearby Apo View Hotel was built a nine-storey building that only cost P140 Million. How can a two-storey government building be more expensive than a nine-storey hotel?

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2000:
• In 2000, Duterte claims that he only had P2Million in assets in his Statement of Assets Liabilities and Networth. His registered income was his salary as mayor and part owner of the Honda showroom in General Santos City. That was the time when the marriage of Duterte and his wife Elizabeth Zimmerman. But in 2007, upon their entry to politics, his son Paolo declared in his SALN that had P20 Million and Sarah also had P18M. Both were jobless before they decided to enter politics. When asked where they got their money, Sarah said in public debate that they got the money by way of the so-called advance legitim (inheritance) as a result the annulment of their parents’ marriage. So how can Duterte, whose net worth 7 years before was only 2 Million, raise a minimum of P38 Million which was shared by Sarah and Paolo as part of their inheritance from their father?

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2006:
• In 2006 his son Paolo Duterte managed to corner the city’s advertising contract for all of Davao City’s center islands. Paolo’s Genesis Advertising which is co-owned by his smuggling partner Glen Escandor was able to secure the advertising deal for FREE! Under the agreement, the Genesis Advertising was allowed to build and operate decorative lamps with advertisement spaces purposely for the Asian Tourism Forum in 2006 at no cost to the city government but they would be given the option to maintaining these ad spaces even after the event.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2007:
• In 2007, the Davao City Government under Mayor Rodrigo Duterte bought garbage cans for P200 Million. The small garbage bin which City Hall bought from Duterte’s favored supplier for P6,295 per piece would only cost P2,199 if bought from Department Stores and Hardwares. The bigger bins which Duterte bought for P11,000 a piece is only worth P5,150 if purchased from Department Stores and Hardwares.

• In 2007, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte decided to demolish Davao City’s only sports facility called the Kapitan Tomas Monteverde Sports Center and build a “tree park” instead. For simple concrete walkways and trees that were planted in a 7-hectare lot, the Davao City government had to spend P87 Million! With that amount, you can already reforest an entire mountain!

• Based on Commission on Audit’s annual report from December 31,2003 up to 2007, Mayor Duterte and the City Council headed by his daughter Sara have yet to account for P2.9 Billion worth of equipment and properties which were procured by the City Hall. The COA reported that a colossal 82% of Davao City Hall’s declared assets valued at P2,933,909,784.17 could not be ascertained because of the failure of the city government to conduct physical count and for failure to prepare and submit a reports of such physical count.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2008:
• Based on the 2008 audit report by CoA, the Davao City government collected some P180-million for Special Education Fund. The amount is a percentage of the real estate taxes being collected by City Hall from businessmen and real property owners. SEF is a required by law to help public schools. Instead of using the money solely for improving public school facilities, Duterte spent nearly P11 Million in just one month for lavish restaurant parties and groceries. CoA revealed that for just one month, City Hall used the SEF to pay Ayang Food Caterer (P975,000), Yellow Fin Seafoods & Restaurant (P487,000), Lola Maming Restaurant & Catering Services (P487,000), Metro Plaza (P1,603,660) and NCCC (P7.8-million). That 11 Million would have been enough to build 22 new classrooms!

• In 2008, the entire City Council then headed by daughter Sarah was rocked by a pay-off scandal involving a property developer Interbev Philippines Davao which allegedly paid P300,000 to secure a zoning approval. The issue generated a lot of public uproar that Sarah admitted publicly that there was indeed an attempt to bribe the city council. The tough-talking Duterte was silent all throughout and never took any action even just to investigate the issue.



Ridiculous!


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FearNoEvil wrote:
Navy Blue wrote:

If these allegetion are true and correct

why no one else file a case since it happened

long time ago??!!

Or just tell this bedtime story

to d marines!! :lol:

Nice troll!!


Just because it happens a long time ago doesn't mean it didn't happen. In other countries, people are being convicted even 30 years after the wrong doing was commited; it doesn't matter if the accused has already past away. That's the way to eradicate a culture of wrong doing, may it be any kind of abuse or in the case of the Philippines, corruption. In my opinion, erap and gloria should have not been allowed to get out of jail, and binay should be behind bars by now. If there's a case for pnoy as well, then lock him in too. Actually we should jail all these politicians. Para matakot lahat yan at wala ng magnakaw. This way, the next generation of politicians will get a career in politics merely to serve the public and not to accumulate wealth. We should stop to idolise politicians. Ginagawa lang nila tayong mga tanga, di nyo pa ba gets? Let them throw mud amongst themselves until all their dirts come out, and them we lock them all away. Please stop being fanatics, it won't help the country as the history has already shown us. The very least we can do to help the country is to be a good citizen regardless who sits in malacanang. Being good citizen means following the law, being vigilant and look after the welfare of yourself and your family. Change is painstakingly a long process. It takes generations to see the manifestation. I don't see that the philippines will be like singapore in my lifetime, but i am very optimistic that my children's children will be living in a first world country. But only if we start to be a good citizen now and distance ourselves from partisan politics.


Singapore was just a city-state of 719 km² of land area. Davao has 2,444 km² and the entire Philippines has 300,000 km². Singapore once a corrupt state before Yew came to power. Yew made his biggest dream to eliminate corruption and succeeded. Why? because Lee Kuan Yew like Duterte has political will and that the state he reshaped was 430 times smaller than Philippines. Its not about asking every Filipino to do good and abide the law, expect no positive outcome with that, but its how a leader implement the law with grip. Duterte successfully converted Davao from a weird condition, if one instance in the past had Davao separated from the Philippines, most likely, DaVAO would have been what Singapore is achieving today. He may have loop holes, but he is more accurate that anybody else of today's so-called leaders.


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rjunz1 wrote:
FearNoEvil wrote:
Navy Blue wrote:

If these allegetion are true and correct

why no one else file a case since it happened

long time ago??!!

Or just tell this bedtime story

to d marines!! :lol:

Nice troll!!


Just because it happens a long time ago doesn't mean it didn't happen. In other countries, people are being convicted even 30 years after the wrong doing was commited; it doesn't matter if the accused has already past away. That's the way to eradicate a culture of wrong doing, may it be any kind of abuse or in the case of the Philippines, corruption. In my opinion, erap and gloria should have not been allowed to get out of jail, and binay should be behind bars by now. If there's a case for pnoy as well, then lock him in too. Actually we should jail all these politicians. Para matakot lahat yan at wala ng magnakaw. This way, the next generation of politicians will get a career in politics merely to serve the public and not to accumulate wealth. We should stop to idolise politicians. Ginagawa lang nila tayong mga tanga, di nyo pa ba gets? Let them throw mud amongst themselves until all their dirts come out, and them we lock them all away. Please stop being fanatics, it won't help the country as the history has already shown us. The very least we can do to help the country is to be a good citizen regardless who sits in malacanang. Being good citizen means following the law, being vigilant and look after the welfare of yourself and your family. Change is painstakingly a long process. It takes generations to see the manifestation. I don't see that the philippines will be like singapore in my lifetime, but i am very optimistic that my children's children will be living in a first world country. But only if we start to be a good citizen now and distance ourselves from partisan politics.


Singapore was just a city-state of 719 km² of land area. Davao has 2,444 km² and the entire Philippines has 300,000 km². Singapore once a corrupt state before Yew came to power. Yew made his biggest dream to eliminate corruption and succeeded. Why? because Lee Kuan Yew like Duterte has political will and that the state he reshaped was 430 times smaller than Philippines. Its not about asking every Filipino to do good and abide the law, expect no positive outcome with that, but its how a leader implement the law with grip. Duterte successfully converted Davao from a weird condition, if one instance in the past had Davao separated from the Philippines, most likely, DaVAO would have been what Singapore is achieving today. He may have loop holes, but he is more accurate than anybody else of today's so-called leaders.


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Subversive wrote:
listerine wrote:
Subversive wrote:
duterte is a Bisaya version of Ferdinand Marcos. except Marcos was Pro-USA while Digong is anti-USA

so did u mean katay digong is rich and corrupt just like apo marcos? pls explain




DUTERTE CORRUPTION 1994:
• In 1994, San Miguel Corporation wanted to put up a big brewery in Davao City. This would have generated thousands of employment for the people of Davao. However, SMC decided to relocate in the adjoining town of Sta. Cruz, Davao del Sur because of alleged extortion by members of the city council. Duterte was not named in the attempted extortion but as mayor, he simply looked the way and never reprimanded the members of the City Council, all of whom are his political allies. Extortion has become a normal practice among members of the City council particularly the so-called DLBM Gang who are all staunch allies of Duterte.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 1996:
• In 1996 the Davao City government under Mayor Rodrigo Duterte built a two-storey Sangguniang Panlungsod building for P150-Million. During that same period, the management of the nearby Apo View Hotel was built a nine-storey building that only cost P140 Million. How can a two-storey government building be more expensive than a nine-storey hotel?

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2000:
• In 2000, Duterte claims that he only had P2Million in assets in his Statement of Assets Liabilities and Networth. His registered income was his salary as mayor and part owner of the Honda showroom in General Santos City. That was the time when the marriage of Duterte and his wife Elizabeth Zimmerman. But in 2007, upon their entry to politics, his son Paolo declared in his SALN that had P20 Million and Sarah also had P18M. Both were jobless before they decided to enter politics. When asked where they got their money, Sarah said in public debate that they got the money by way of the so-called advance legitim (inheritance) as a result the annulment of their parents’ marriage. So how can Duterte, whose net worth 7 years before was only 2 Million, raise a minimum of P38 Million which was shared by Sarah and Paolo as part of their inheritance from their father?

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2006:
• In 2006 his son Paolo Duterte managed to corner the city’s advertising contract for all of Davao City’s center islands. Paolo’s Genesis Advertising which is co-owned by his smuggling partner Glen Escandor was able to secure the advertising deal for FREE! Under the agreement, the Genesis Advertising was allowed to build and operate decorative lamps with advertisement spaces purposely for the Asian Tourism Forum in 2006 at no cost to the city government but they would be given the option to maintaining these ad spaces even after the event.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2007:
• In 2007, the Davao City Government under Mayor Rodrigo Duterte bought garbage cans for P200 Million. The small garbage bin which City Hall bought from Duterte’s favored supplier for P6,295 per piece would only cost P2,199 if bought from Department Stores and Hardwares. The bigger bins which Duterte bought for P11,000 a piece is only worth P5,150 if purchased from Department Stores and Hardwares.

• In 2007, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte decided to demolish Davao City’s only sports facility called the Kapitan Tomas Monteverde Sports Center and build a “tree park” instead. For simple concrete walkways and trees that were planted in a 7-hectare lot, the Davao City government had to spend P87 Million! With that amount, you can already reforest an entire mountain!

• Based on Commission on Audit’s annual report from December 31,2003 up to 2007, Mayor Duterte and the City Council headed by his daughter Sara have yet to account for P2.9 Billion worth of equipment and properties which were procured by the City Hall. The COA reported that a colossal 82% of Davao City Hall’s declared assets valued at P2,933,909,784.17 could not be ascertained because of the failure of the city government to conduct physical count and for failure to prepare and submit a reports of such physical count.

DUTERTE CORRUPTION 2008:
• Based on the 2008 audit report by CoA, the Davao City government collected some P180-million for Special Education Fund. The amount is a percentage of the real estate taxes being collected by City Hall from businessmen and real property owners. SEF is a required by law to help public schools. Instead of using the money solely for improving public school facilities, Duterte spent nearly P11 Million in just one month for lavish restaurant parties and groceries. CoA revealed that for just one month, City Hall used the SEF to pay Ayang Food Caterer (P975,000), Yellow Fin Seafoods & Restaurant (P487,000), Lola Maming Restaurant & Catering Services (P487,000), Metro Plaza (P1,603,660) and NCCC (P7.8-million). That 11 Million would have been enough to build 22 new classrooms!

• In 2008, the entire City Council then headed by daughter Sarah was rocked by a pay-off scandal involving a property developer Interbev Philippines Davao which allegedly paid P300,000 to secure a zoning approval. The issue generated a lot of public uproar that Sarah admitted publicly that there was indeed an attempt to bribe the city council. The tough-talking Duterte was silent all throughout and never took any action even just to investigate the issue.


are these just allegations? or these allegations can be substantiated with proof...

for the first "allegation" about the SMC plant...
Correct, SMC was going to build a plant a 4-hectare wide plant, the company wanted it situated along Toril going to Bayabas where most of the lands are for agriculture (rice and corn field). There was also an option to have it built somewhere in Calinan or upper part of Mintal, since most of the land there are also agricultural but are coconut fields. That was not feasible due to movement of goods going in and out from Calinan or Mintal going to the city proper. SMC opted to build the facility in Sta. Cruz because at that time the value of land in Davao is four-times higher than what in Sta. Cruz

as for the comparison between Apo View and the New Sanggunian bldg... what it failed to mention that the former is for renovation while the latter is a new construction. The government also paid a huge amount for the property because the owner knew that the land is expensive, because that is the only property left which is not owned by the government.

as for the claim about the People's Park... being only a "tree park". this also means that luneta park is also a "tree park" only. :lol: :lol: :lol:
yes, it was donated by the Monteverde's to the government but you again failed to mention that, that piece of land is in dispute within the Monteverde clan. The government provided tax relief to the Monteverde's because of the donation.

dito na lng muna...

nung buhay pa si Miriam Santiago, nagalit sya sa isang article ksi mali ung ranking. Nakita ksi nya na number 3 ang Pilipinas sa pagiging korap sa mundo... ayun nagalit... Mali sabi nya... Dapat daw #1 tyo...

which means, IMHO, sa lahat ng ahensya ng gobyerno, tatlong tao lng ang matino...

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