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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 9:05 pm 
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We have been too patronizing to a fault to foreigners, colonial slave mentality at its worst, that we tend to be taken for granted and even disrespected even in our home turf! Well f* that! It's good that we have to show these idjits our ugly side from time to time. We are not known fighters for nothing...


If you noticed itong gagong Kickert after dropping Pogoy was just standing there not expecting retaliation. Puro nga kasi masyadong sipsip mga Pilipino sa puti. Ramdam nila na special trato sa kanila. Pero imbis na magpasalamat e tatratuhing unggoy ang mga Pilipino. Hindi lahat pero obviously itong mga gagong ito.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 9:35 pm 
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from a journalist from australia

I Call Bullsh*t On Australia Claiming Victim Status In Philippines Basketball Brawl
By Chris Graham on July 3, 2018

https://newmatilda.com/2018/07/03/call- ... all-brawl/

Australia’s response to an ugly brawl overnight during an international basketball match says something pretty important about our nation, writes Chris Graham.

I don’t know a lot about basketball. I used to play a bit, but I’m no expert. But you don’t have to be an aficionado to know what very bad sportsmanship, violence and shithouse, partisan sporting commentary looks like.

Welcome to last night’s World Cup qualifier basketball match between Australia and the Philippines, which has made global headlines this morning after a particularly ugly brawl.

The commentary in Australia is overwhelmingly that we were the victims in the fracas. I don’t think it’s stretching the imagination to think that the rest of the world won’t be so sympathetic, in large part because there’s these things called ‘television cameras’, ‘slow motion replay’ and ‘simple common sense’, which, when applied, will leave the viewer in no real doubt about who the bad guys are.

Long story short, it’s us.

You can view the footage here. Or watch it below and make your own mind up.

But if your mind does happen to come to the conclusion that Australia is not at fault – and the commentary is not spectacularly inaccurate and willfully blind – then watch it again… and if you’re still not convinced, then maybe accept you’re part of a very long sporting tradition in this country of accepting exceptionally bad behaviour, followed by a general refusal by Australians to accept said behaviour, unless, like in the case of the recent ball tampering scandal in cricket, the behaviour is so obvious and bad that there’s simply no other way out.

Which is what clearly should be the case on this occasion. Let’s break it down shall we.

Ten seconds into the video, a Philippines player commits a clear offensive foul on an Australian defender. The referee calls the foul.

A few seconds later, Australian player Daniel Kickert rushes in and unleashes a flying elbow on the Filipino player. Yes, a flying elbow, like you might see in an MMA match.

If you want to see the actual force of Kickert’s strike, skip ahead to 2:40 for the overhead shot. It’s quite something to behold.

So is the behaviour and commentary that followed.

After assaulting at least two other Filipino players, and then turning and running as he’s chased across the court, Kickert manages to escape to the safety of some officials, but not before turning and dancing and gesturing at the Filipino players to come and have another go.

Again, it’s there on video… clear as day, right there at the 30 second mark. The instigator of the brawl became the first to flee the fight, only to turn around from a safe distance and try and restart it.

Notably, Kickert’s behaviour goes largely unscrutinised by the Australian commentators, save for a few benign remarks.

“Cheap play from Kickert whose come in from the sideline…” That was a line delivered as Kickert elbowed the Filipino player in the jaw. But then followed by this: “That’s cheap from the Filipino’s to start with. Kickert’s come in and stuck up for his team-mates.”

Well what he’s actually done is committed a criminal assault. The ‘cheap’ play from the Filipino was a pretty common offensive foul on a player who was shaping up, and who was preparing to make contact. Kickert’s strike, however, was a blindside elbow to the jaw of a player who wasn’t expecting it.

And yet, the commentators continued: “[A Filipino] player should be fined for throwing such a soft punch anyway.”

And then this, which accompanied a slow motion replay from another angle which shows Kickert’s flying elbow again: “So, an uncalled for response from Daniel Kickert…. but that was after it was instigated by the contact by the Filipinos on Chris Golding.”

Apparently undeterred by reality, the commentators continue: “Have a look at these flying punches and kicks that come from the Filipinos…” As the line was being delivered, an Australian player literally came flying into the brawl with a kick, and then out again with another as the commentator pauses.

And then this: “That’s followed by what can only be described as coward attacks on people looking the other way.”

Yes. By both teams. Having been started by a ‘coward attack’ by an Australian player on a player looking the other way.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVgeD4p2NXg

Proof that the Aussies had no respect whatsoever for the hosts.
Unless nauna iyong patid ni Abueva.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 10:14 pm 
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Mga pinoy talaga sakit na ang colonial mentality.

Kung 'yang Kickert na yan e halimbawang may lahi palang Pinoy, biglang sasambahin na yan ng mga Pinoy.

Susunod niyan tatanungin kung paborito niya bang pagkain e adobo, pancit at lumpia.

At dahil karamihan ng puti e tinitingala ng Pinoy sa pisikal na kaanyuan, gagawin na rin silang modelo, singer at artista.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 11:22 pm 
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This right here is for "shame of the nation" and "class."

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*the tweet had been hid for viewing lately, and may have even been deleted...

That nation of kangaroos didn't start with European garbage-dumping of ex-cons for nothing...



Alanis would say...
Isnt it Ironic, don't you think... I little too Ironic...


Nothing "ironic" about getting a measure of what was thrown (and then some). In fact in a mechanistic-deterministic world, it is to be expected as logical and called-for.

Unless of course from some undignified incognitos with a colonial slave mentality that want to do an osculum infame on a white man's behind. ;)


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 11:23 pm 
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from a journalist from australia

I Call Bullsh*t On Australia Claiming Victim Status In Philippines Basketball Brawl
By Chris Graham on July 3, 2018

https://newmatilda.com/2018/07/03/call- ... all-brawl/

Australia’s response to an ugly brawl overnight during an international basketball match says something pretty important about our nation, writes Chris Graham.

I don’t know a lot about basketball. I used to play a bit, but I’m no expert. But you don’t have to be an aficionado to know what very bad sportsmanship, violence and shithouse, partisan sporting commentary looks like.

Welcome to last night’s World Cup qualifier basketball match between Australia and the Philippines, which has made global headlines this morning after a particularly ugly brawl.

The commentary in Australia is overwhelmingly that we were the victims in the fracas. I don’t think it’s stretching the imagination to think that the rest of the world won’t be so sympathetic, in large part because there’s these things called ‘television cameras’, ‘slow motion replay’ and ‘simple common sense’, which, when applied, will leave the viewer in no real doubt about who the bad guys are.

Long story short, it’s us.

You can view the footage here. Or watch it below and make your own mind up.

But if your mind does happen to come to the conclusion that Australia is not at fault – and the commentary is not spectacularly inaccurate and willfully blind – then watch it again… and if you’re still not convinced, then maybe accept you’re part of a very long sporting tradition in this country of accepting exceptionally bad behaviour, followed by a general refusal by Australians to accept said behaviour, unless, like in the case of the recent ball tampering scandal in cricket, the behaviour is so obvious and bad that there’s simply no other way out.

Which is what clearly should be the case on this occasion. Let’s break it down shall we.

Ten seconds into the video, a Philippines player commits a clear offensive foul on an Australian defender. The referee calls the foul.

A few seconds later, Australian player Daniel Kickert rushes in and unleashes a flying elbow on the Filipino player. Yes, a flying elbow, like you might see in an MMA match.

If you want to see the actual force of Kickert’s strike, skip ahead to 2:40 for the overhead shot. It’s quite something to behold.

So is the behaviour and commentary that followed.

After assaulting at least two other Filipino players, and then turning and running as he’s chased across the court, Kickert manages to escape to the safety of some officials, but not before turning and dancing and gesturing at the Filipino players to come and have another go.

Again, it’s there on video… clear as day, right there at the 30 second mark. The instigator of the brawl became the first to flee the fight, only to turn around from a safe distance and try and restart it.

Notably, Kickert’s behaviour goes largely unscrutinised by the Australian commentators, save for a few benign remarks.

“Cheap play from Kickert whose come in from the sideline…” That was a line delivered as Kickert elbowed the Filipino player in the jaw. But then followed by this: “That’s cheap from the Filipino’s to start with. Kickert’s come in and stuck up for his team-mates.”

Well what he’s actually done is committed a criminal assault. The ‘cheap’ play from the Filipino was a pretty common offensive foul on a player who was shaping up, and who was preparing to make contact. Kickert’s strike, however, was a blindside elbow to the jaw of a player who wasn’t expecting it.

And yet, the commentators continued: “[A Filipino] player should be fined for throwing such a soft punch anyway.”

And then this, which accompanied a slow motion replay from another angle which shows Kickert’s flying elbow again: “So, an uncalled for response from Daniel Kickert…. but that was after it was instigated by the contact by the Filipinos on Chris Golding.”

Apparently undeterred by reality, the commentators continue: “Have a look at these flying punches and kicks that come from the Filipinos…” As the line was being delivered, an Australian player literally came flying into the brawl with a kick, and then out again with another as the commentator pauses.

And then this: “That’s followed by what can only be described as coward attacks on people looking the other way.”

Yes. By both teams. Having been started by a ‘coward attack’ by an Australian player on a player looking the other way.


This is the most objective and realistic take one can ever read about the whole fiasco. Kudos to this man Chris Graham!

"Australia already has an international reputation as a pretty bad sporting nation. Bad in the sense of our behaviour. This latest incident doesn’t do much to dissuade the world of that notion. More importantly, it looks like we’ll miss another opportunity internally to have a reasonable discussion about the behaviour of our sporting icons." (Graham). Truer words have never been written!

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 12:02 am 
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Im expecting Philippine will get banned and Aussies will continue.

These fockers!

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Yes, on a more serious note, this is Digong's fault becuz he has been spewing dirty words most of the time and this produces negative vibes...Everything turns into misery, that is why that game got fcked up



Alam mo ba history ng australia? Saka off topic ka sa comment mo blitz

Sana ma ban to uli e nang magsimula uli ng posts :D


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 1:24 am 
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Yes, on a more serious note, this is Digong's fault becuz he has been spewing dirty words most of the time and this produces negative vibes...Everything turns into misery, that is why that game got fcked up


Ay salamat lumabas din ang totoong tapang ng mga pinoy. Pero bakit sa mga intsik tameme tayo :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:10 am 
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Nabitin ako sa suntukan nila.
dapat hinayaan muna sila ng mga apat na minuto
bago inawat. :D sarap panoorin.
nakita nyo iyong pormahang bruce lee ni abueva
noong nasa harap nya ang higanteng si thon maker? :lol: :lol: :lol:


mas may angas naman yung flying kick ni Abueva na tumama dun kay Goulding kesa flying kicks ni Thon Maker (tumalon lang yata yung si Thon Maker), parang walang snap. hindi pa nakatama kay Terrence, ang galing talaga ni Terrence sa crossovers... :) :D :lol:

yung Kickert naman, kalaking tao, pero takot kay CBC... :banghead: :lol: :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:12 am 
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Yes, on a more serious note, this is Digong's fault becuz he has been spewing dirty words most of the time and this produces negative vibes...Everything turns into misery, that is why that game got fcked up


Anong connect ni Digong sa Gilas game against Australia? :shock:

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Yes, on a more serious note, this is Digong's fault becuz he has been spewing dirty words most of the time and this produces negative vibes...Everything turns into misery, that is why that game got fcked up


Anong connect ni Digong sa Gilas game against Australia? :shock:



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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:46 am 
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Racism was the culprit in that Gilas - Australia basketbrawl & here to stay on earth.
The Aussies like many white people think that their race is superior than brown people.
Hence their players are no exemption calling our Gilas players as monkeys during the game.
But not only the whites are guilty of this perception, some of the Middle East countries are also guilty.
Maraming taon akong nagtrabaho sa UAE at doon ay nasaksihan ko na karamihan sa mga Arabo,
ay mababa ang pagtingin sa mga Pinoy, Indonesians, Intsik, Indiano, Pakistani, etc.
Pero napuna ko din na pag ang kaharap ng mga Arabong ito ay Amerikano at Brittish, tameme sila.

That's what transpired i think in that Gilas - Aussie fracas,
The visitors came thinking that they're a supercilous race than us Filipinos,
One proof was they removed the stickers on the arena court's flooring without asking
permission from the SBP & other gov't. authorities,
During the game, as some reports say, the Aussies taunted, bashed & insulted the Gilas players,
These gangsters dressed in basketball uniforms were still hurt & wounded with their Japan's loss.
So, they decided to use their race superiority (according to them ) to bully & beat the Filipinos.

But they were mistaken. Pinoys will not just accept & smile their arrogant words & acts,
Goulding & Kickert learned their lessons. Those two continously trashed talk the Gilas players
during the game thinking that the Pinoys will be meek as lambs with their bullying.
So, the rest is history. Because of the Aussies racist attitudes, the sad incident happened.

Regarding this TS & if he's a Filipino, he's either a crab or nagpapapansin lang,
But if he's sincere in criticising us Pinoys in his post, i advice him to read Terence Romeo's tweet,
The ending part says - " Kung embarrassing kami sa mata ninyo bat di kayo magconvert ng australian."
So TS, proceed now to Australian Embassy & start your application. :shock:


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Racism was the culprit in that Gilas - Australia basketbrawl & here to stay on earth.
The Aussies like many white people think that their race is superior than brown people.
Hence their players are no exemption calling our Gilas players as monkeys during the game.
But not only the whites are guilty of this perception, some of the Middle East countries are also guilty.
Maraming taon akong nagtrabaho sa UAE at doon ay nasaksihan ko na karamihan sa mga Arabo,
ay mababa ang pagtingin sa mga Pinoy, Indonesians, Intsik, Indiano, Pakistani, etc.
Pero napuna ko din na pag ang kaharap ng mga Arabong ito ay Amerikano at Brittish, tameme sila.

That's what transpired i think in that Gilas - Aussie fracas,
The visitors came thinking that they're a supercilous race than us Filipinos,
One proof was they removed the stickers on the arena court's flooring without asking
permission from the SBP & other gov't. authorities,
During the game, as some reports say, the Aussies taunted, bashed & insulted the Gilas players,
These gangsters dressed in basketball uniforms were still hurt & wounded with their Japan's loss.
So, they decided to use their race superiority (according to them ) to bully & beat the Filipinos.

But they were mistaken. Pinoys will not just accept & smile their arrogant words & acts,
Goulding & Kickert learned their lessons. Those two continously trashed talk the Gilas players
during the game thinking that the Pinoys will be meek as lambs with their bullying.
So, the rest is history. Because of the Aussies racist attitudes, the sad incident happened.

Regarding this TS & if he's a Filipino, he's either a crab or nagpapapansin lang,
But if he's sincere in criticising us Pinoys in his post, i advice him to read Terence Romeo's tweet,
The ending part says - " Kung embarrassing kami sa mata ninyo bat di kayo magconvert ng australian."
So TS, proceed now to Australian Embassy & start your application. :shock:


Thank you!


nakabaon na sa mentalidad specially ng AUSSIES yan.. dahil mga KRIMINAL mga ninuno nila ( sempre hindi lahat karamihan lang :) )..

etong ROYALTY ng BRITAIN since angat sila sa gera panay ang kamkam ng mga lupain mid 2nd millenia.... at yung mga UNDESIRABLES or mga me kaso nung 18th century eh dyan sa present day AUSTRALIA pinag tatapon....

kaya ganyan utak nila utak Kriminal ( again hindi lahat karamihan lang )..

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Di nyo ba napansin except maybe for INDIA who has strong connection with its history ( ancient temples )... halos lahat ng ni colonize the BRITAIN eh halos ubusin nila ang mga natives.

The reds of North America numbers in tens and upward of a hundred million people... halos ubusin yan ng mga BRITISH at itago sa history to create the U.S.A .

etong AUSTRALIA ganun din.. halos inubos yung mga aborigenes.

now compare that to SPAIN.. and SPAIN aalipinin ka. etong BRITAIN uubusin kayo tapos kukunin ang LUPA ......

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karamihan sating mga pinoy na brain washed na ng mga puti .. ang kultura na infiltrate... kapag PUTI special ... wala silang visa dito pero tayo kahit me pera pwede pa ma deny.


this is REALITY. does people see this? ......


ramdam din ng mga puti yan kaya tong si Kickert feeling superyor.

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miron_lang wrote:
Bolo_Punch wrote:
Racism was the culprit in that Gilas - Australia basketbrawl & here to stay on earth.
The Aussies like many white people think that their race is superior than brown people.
Hence their players are no exemption calling our Gilas players as monkeys during the game.
But not only the whites are guilty of this perception, some of the Middle East countries are also guilty.
Maraming taon akong nagtrabaho sa UAE at doon ay nasaksihan ko na karamihan sa mga Arabo,
ay mababa ang pagtingin sa mga Pinoy, Indonesians, Intsik, Indiano, Pakistani, etc.
Pero napuna ko din na pag ang kaharap ng mga Arabong ito ay Amerikano at Brittish, tameme sila.

That's what transpired i think in that Gilas - Aussie fracas,
The visitors came thinking that they're a supercilous race than us Filipinos,
One proof was they removed the stickers on the arena court's flooring without asking
permission from the SBP & other gov't. authorities,
During the game, as some reports say, the Aussies taunted, bashed & insulted the Gilas players,
These gangsters dressed in basketball uniforms were still hurt & wounded with their Japan's loss.
So, they decided to use their race superiority (according to them ) to bully & beat the Filipinos.

But they were mistaken. Pinoys will not just accept & smile their arrogant words & acts,
Goulding & Kickert learned their lessons. Those two continously trashed talk the Gilas players
during the game thinking that the Pinoys will be meek as lambs with their bullying.
So, the rest is history. Because of the Aussies racist attitudes, the sad incident happened.

Regarding this TS & if he's a Filipino, he's either a crab or nagpapapansin lang,
But if he's sincere in criticising us Pinoys in his post, i advice him to read Terence Romeo's tweet,
The ending part says - " Kung embarrassing kami sa mata ninyo bat di kayo magconvert ng australian."
So TS, proceed now to Australian Embassy & start your application. :shock:


Thank you!


nakabaon na sa mentalidad specially ng AUSSIES yan.. dahil mga KRIMINAL mga ninuno nila ( sempre hindi lahat karamihan lang :) )..

etong ROYALTY ng BRITAIN since angat sila sa gera panay ang kamkam ng mga lupain mid 2nd millenia.... at yung mga UNDESIRABLES or mga me kaso nung 18th century eh dyan sa present day AUSTRALIA pinag tatapon....

kaya ganyan utak nila utak Kriminal ( again hindi lahat karamihan lang )..

---
Di nyo ba napansin except maybe for INDIA who has strong connection with its history ( ancient temples )... halos lahat ng ni colonize the BRITAIN eh halos ubusin nila ang mga natives.

The reds of North America numbers in tens and upward of a hundred million people... halos ubusin yan ng mga BRITISH at itago sa history to create the U.S.A .

etong AUSTRALIA ganun din.. halos inubos yung mga aborigenes.

now compare that to SPAIN.. and SPAIN aalipinin ka. etong BRITAIN uubusin kayo tapos kukunin ang LUPA ......

--

karamihan sating mga pinoy na brain washed na ng mga puti .. ang kultura na infiltrate... kapag PUTI special ... wala silang visa dito pero tayo kahit me pera pwede pa ma deny.


this is REALITY. does people see this? ......


ramdam din ng mga puti yan kaya tong si Kickert feeling superyor.

` `proud sa ating GILAS..''

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