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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 5:23 pm 
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sa Class D lang :)

so hindi ka naniniwala nga na corrupt sina makoy at melding? :)

Unless may conviction... Hindi

True , unless they are convicted which never happened, these are all accusations by the Aquino admin.
But see how bad the Aquino admin now ?

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 5:25 pm 
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for those asking for a link to download, try this: https://sites.google.com/site/yjqebny/T ... lda-Marcos

Di ko ma-download. Wala akong credit card. Free , ba't ganoon?

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 5:25 pm 
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Marami pa ring bobo at tanga sa Pilipinas. The fact that Bongbong Marcos nearly won the Vice Presidency is a testament to this. People, especially from the younger generations, need to be re-educated about the horrors of Martial Law and how this evil couple managed to loot the Philippine economy and enrich themselves.

Malaki ang pagkukulang ng Department of Education dito. Apparently the yearly commemoration of Edsa Revolution isn't enough. So now we are in a situation where the Marcoses were able to worm their way back into Philippine politics and now have a real chance at winning the presidency after Duterte's term.



Buti ng eh nearly won lang.
Karamihan naman kasi ng nabola ay mga bata.
Esp yung mga active sa facebook.
Lagi pang nakabandera ang mukha ni Sandro kaya laglag ang panty ng mga batang babae.
Binoto ng karamihang batang babae si BBM ng mga active sa FB at dahil kay sandro.

Yan ang mga ipinagmamalaking miyembro daw ng class ABC na bumoto kay BBM. Mga walang muwang sa pinaggagawang krahasan at pangungurakot ng Conjugal Dictatorship. In short, anak mayaman pero bobo naman dahil alang inatupag kundi mag FB mag hapon. :D


:lol:

This from someone na walang ginawa kung di mag cut and paste?

What a joke

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 5:28 pm 
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platinum wrote:
Gamby Sucaldito wrote:
so hindi ka naniniwala nga na corrupt sina makoy at melding? :)

Unless may conviction... Hindi



He he he
Ginawang parang religion o kulto na lang... dinaan na lang sa pani-paniwala at feelings without high court decision.

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 5:30 pm 
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wooks425 wrote:
platinum wrote:
Gamby Sucaldito wrote:

so hindi ka naniniwala nga na corrupt sina makoy at melding? :)

Unless may conviction... Hindi

True , unless they are convicted which never happened, these are all accusations by the Aquino admin.
But see how bad the Aquino admin now ?


Exactly...

The aquinos ladies and gentlemen:

Benigno I - Arrested for treason
Benigno II - Arrested for conniving with his best buds, the NPA
Benigno III - La naman, mukhalang engot.

:lol:

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 5:33 pm 
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Marcoses lose US appeal
Contempt case involves $354-M award to human rights victims

A US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld on Oct. 24 a contempt judgment against
Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos Jr., his mother Imelda and the estate of Ferdinand E. Marcos
for violating an injunction that barred them from dissipating assets of the estate.

The judgment amounting to $353.6 million is believed to be the largest contempt award ever
affirmed by an appellate court
.

Read more: http://globalnation.inquirer.net/54454/ ... z49esUDOWi

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 5:37 pm 
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AnTararatan wrote:
platinum wrote:
Gamby Sucaldito wrote:
so hindi ka naniniwala nga na corrupt sina makoy at melding? :)

Unless may conviction... Hindi



He he he
Ginawang parang religion o kulto na lang... dinaan na lang sa pani-paniwala at feelings without high court decision.

:lol:


:lol: Hirap isipin kung pano nanyari

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 6:13 pm 
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at nagpyesta ang mga bobo :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 6:15 pm 
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Marcos Convictions-

-Marcoses Lose Paoay Property
-Marcos Jewels Could Be Sold After Sandigan Rules Malacanang Collection ‘Ill-Gotten’
-Singapore Court Awards $23M in Marcos Money to PNB
-US Judge OKs Payment of $7.5M to Marcos Victims
-SF Court Awards Damages To Marcos Victims

Read the decisions and ful details-
https://yesferdinandmarcosruinedthephil ... nvictions/

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 6:15 pm 
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di talaga maamin ng mga bobo ang kabobohan nila. iyak na lang yan para maibsan ang hinanakit sa pagkatalo dahil sa daya hahahahhaha :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 6:16 pm 
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zorro05 wrote:
Marcos Convictions-

-Marcoses Lose Paoay Property
-Marcos Jewels Could Be Sold After Sandigan Rules Malacanang Collection ‘Ill-Gotten’
-Singapore Court Awards $23M in Marcos Money to PNB
-US Judge OKs Payment of $7.5M to Marcos Victims
-SF Court Awards Damages To Marcos Victims

Read the decisions and ful details-
https://yesferdinandmarcosruinedthephil ... nvictions/

:)

bro hearsay lang daw yan sabi ng mga bobong shungaers..gawa gawa lang daw nga mga aquino hahahahha :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 6:30 pm 
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platinum wrote:
Gamby Sucaldito wrote:
so hindi ka naniniwala nga na corrupt sina makoy at melding? :)

Unless may conviction... Hindi


Here's your proof:

Senator Bongbong Marcos confirmed he had a direct hand in trying to withdraw US$213M from a Swiss bank in 1986
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The Marcoses are fond of saying that neither Ferdinand Marcos nor Imelda Marcos has ever been convicted of any crime.

The truth is that Ferdinand Marcos avoided any court suit by pleading ill health.

The reason why the anti-racketeering case in New York never prospered against Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos was that they successfully blocked at that time the release of documents from Swiss banks showing the money trail.

Later, the Philippine government obtained these documents and used them to build a civil forfeiture case against the Marcoses. It was Associate Justice Renato Corona who issued the landmark decision on this case where he traced the money trail from Manila to Switzerland.


Quoted below is a text explaining the Swiss Federal Court ruling on the Marcoses’ ill-gotten wealth:
Quote:
Philippines given access to over USD 683 million

Confiscation ruling closes Marcos case

Press Release, FOJ, 05.08.2003

Zurich/Bern, 5 August 2003. Satisfaction with the positive conclusion of the Marcos case was expressed by the Swiss and Phillippine authorities at a meeting in Zurich on Tuesday. Following the confiscation ruling of the Supreme Court in Manila, the Phillippines may now dispose of the Marcos assets that were deposited in a frozen account in 1998 and have since grown to approximately USD 683 million. The only matter still outstanding is the issue of assets worth USD 10 million in the names of those associated with the Marcos regime.

The Marcos case began in 1986 when the Federal Council ordered bank accounts to be frozen. In 1990, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court approved the handover to the Phillippines of bank documents relating to the Marcos family, but ruled that the actual return of assets would be conditional upon a final and absolute judgment by a Phillippine court. In 1997, the Court established that the majority of the Marcos foundation assets were of criminal origin and permitted their transfer to a escrow account in Manila, even though no Phillippine court ruling had yet been issued.

The Swiss Federal Supreme Court set two conditions for this advance transfer, however. The Phillippines had to provide an assurance that the confiscation or repayment of the assets in question would be handled through judicial proceedings that complied with the principles of the International Civil and Political Rights Pact, and the Phillippine government also had to undertake to brief the Swiss authorities regularly on the judicial confiscation and repayment proceedings, as well as on the precautions and procedures pertaining to compensation for victims of violations of human rights under the Marcos regime.

No further decision required from Swiss authorities

Once the Federal Office of Justice (at the time: the Federal Office of Police Matters) had declared the guarantee given by the Phillippines to be satisfactory and the Swiss Federal Supreme Court had dismissed appeals against the ruling, the assets could be transferred in 1998 to a escrow account with the Phillippine National Bank in Manila. Following the confiscation ruling of the Phillippine Supreme Court on 15 July 2003, which confirmed the view of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court with regard to the criminal origin of the monies seized, the Phillippine government may now dispose of the assets, worth some USD 683 million. No further decisions are due on the part of the Swiss authorities. The Phillippine parliament is currently debating legislation under which the Marcos assets would be used for land reform and to compensate the victims of human rights violations.

USD 10 million still frozen

On Tuesday, representatives of the Office of the District Attorney IV of Canton of Zurich, the Federal Office of Justice, and the Phillippine Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) met in Zurich to discuss the outstanding legal assistance proceedings against others involved in the Marcos case, i.e. former ministers and other individuals. In 2000, bank documents were handed over to the Phillippines and a portion of the frozen assets (USD 5.5 million) transferred as an advance payment. The Office of the District Attorney IV for Canton of Zurich subsequently released assets worth approximately USD 30 million because the Phillippine authorities were unable to provide evidence that they were still pursuing criminal proceedings against the individuals concerned. Around USD 10 million remain frozen in Switzerland. The Phillippine judicial authorities will therefore have to issue a ruling on the confiscation of USD 15.5 million in the names of persons associated with the Marcos case.
Source: Philippines given access to over USD 683 million

I suggest everyone to visit Raissa Robles' website.


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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 6:39 pm 
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zorro05 wrote:
Marcos Convictions-

-Marcoses Lose Paoay Property
-Marcos Jewels Could Be Sold After Sandigan Rules Malacanang Collection ‘Ill-Gotten’
-Singapore Court Awards $23M in Marcos Money to PNB
-US Judge OKs Payment of $7.5M to Marcos Victims
-SF Court Awards Damages To Marcos Victims

Read the decisions and ful details-
https://yesferdinandmarcosruinedthephil ... nvictions/

:)


Great link!


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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 6:46 pm 
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zorann wrote:
platinum wrote:
Gamby Sucaldito wrote:
so hindi ka naniniwala nga na corrupt sina makoy at melding? :)

Unless may conviction... Hindi


Here's your proof:

Senator Bongbong Marcos confirmed he had a direct hand in trying to withdraw US$213M from a Swiss bank in 1986
Quote:
The Marcoses are fond of saying that neither Ferdinand Marcos nor Imelda Marcos has ever been convicted of any crime.

The truth is that Ferdinand Marcos avoided any court suit by pleading ill health.

The reason why the anti-racketeering case in New York never prospered against Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos was that they successfully blocked at that time the release of documents from Swiss banks showing the money trail.

Later, the Philippine government obtained these documents and used them to build a civil forfeiture case against the Marcoses. It was Associate Justice Renato Corona who issued the landmark decision on this case where he traced the money trail from Manila to Switzerland.


Quoted below is a text explaining the Swiss Federal Court ruling on the Marcoses’ ill-gotten wealth:
Quote:
Philippines given access to over USD 683 million

Confiscation ruling closes Marcos case

Press Release, FOJ, 05.08.2003

Zurich/Bern, 5 August 2003. Satisfaction with the positive conclusion of the Marcos case was expressed by the Swiss and Phillippine authorities at a meeting in Zurich on Tuesday. Following the confiscation ruling of the Supreme Court in Manila, the Phillippines may now dispose of the Marcos assets that were deposited in a frozen account in 1998 and have since grown to approximately USD 683 million. The only matter still outstanding is the issue of assets worth USD 10 million in the names of those associated with the Marcos regime.

The Marcos case began in 1986 when the Federal Council ordered bank accounts to be frozen. In 1990, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court approved the handover to the Phillippines of bank documents relating to the Marcos family, but ruled that the actual return of assets would be conditional upon a final and absolute judgment by a Phillippine court. In 1997, the Court established that the majority of the Marcos foundation assets were of criminal origin and permitted their transfer to a escrow account in Manila, even though no Phillippine court ruling had yet been issued.

The Swiss Federal Supreme Court set two conditions for this advance transfer, however. The Phillippines had to provide an assurance that the confiscation or repayment of the assets in question would be handled through judicial proceedings that complied with the principles of the International Civil and Political Rights Pact, and the Phillippine government also had to undertake to brief the Swiss authorities regularly on the judicial confiscation and repayment proceedings, as well as on the precautions and procedures pertaining to compensation for victims of violations of human rights under the Marcos regime.

No further decision required from Swiss authorities

Once the Federal Office of Justice (at the time: the Federal Office of Police Matters) had declared the guarantee given by the Phillippines to be satisfactory and the Swiss Federal Supreme Court had dismissed appeals against the ruling, the assets could be transferred in 1998 to a escrow account with the Phillippine National Bank in Manila. Following the confiscation ruling of the Phillippine Supreme Court on 15 July 2003, which confirmed the view of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court with regard to the criminal origin of the monies seized, the Phillippine government may now dispose of the assets, worth some USD 683 million. No further decisions are due on the part of the Swiss authorities. The Phillippine parliament is currently debating legislation under which the Marcos assets would be used for land reform and to compensate the victims of human rights violations.

USD 10 million still frozen

On Tuesday, representatives of the Office of the District Attorney IV of Canton of Zurich, the Federal Office of Justice, and the Phillippine Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG) met in Zurich to discuss the outstanding legal assistance proceedings against others involved in the Marcos case, i.e. former ministers and other individuals. In 2000, bank documents were handed over to the Phillippines and a portion of the frozen assets (USD 5.5 million) transferred as an advance payment. The Office of the District Attorney IV for Canton of Zurich subsequently released assets worth approximately USD 30 million because the Phillippine authorities were unable to provide evidence that they were still pursuing criminal proceedings against the individuals concerned. Around USD 10 million remain frozen in Switzerland. The Phillippine judicial authorities will therefore have to issue a ruling on the confiscation of USD 15.5 million in the names of persons associated with the Marcos case.
Source: Philippines given access to over USD 683 million

I suggest everyone to visit Raissa Robles' website.

gawa gawa lang yan nga mga aquino!

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 6:53 pm 
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Gamby Sucaldito wrote:
gawa gawa lang yan nga mga aquino!

- bobong mga loyalista

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Ganun talaga e, maraming spin-doctors na nabayaran ang mga Marcos gamit ang nakaw na yaman. Kitang-kita naman ang ebidensya sa YouTube, Facebook at Twitter. :biglaugh:


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