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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 12:29 am 
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You don't believe in the study conducted by THE World Bank? The biggest bank? The one that caters to different countries?

kaya pala mahaba diskusyon dito


I do , and that is why I believe that the economy was doing so well in 2016, don't you?


no


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This was your answer , NO, because you refuse to acknowledge the year 2016. Kanya humaba ang diskusyon. When you found out that the year on which the study was based on was 2016.
Ngayon sino ang skewed ang assessment. So you probably know now where the blinders are more apt.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:25 am 
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hihihihihih me mahilig talaga magbaligtad ng ginagawa niya, nawala lang ako ng sandali parang nakawala na sa kural ang bobong bozo hihihihih :lol:


napahiya kasi ng todo :lol:




stupidity knows no bounds pa daw oh!...:shock: tapos dedma lang sa stupidity knows no bounds niya hihihihih


nagkumahog kasi sa pagsagot na kulangkulang pa rin, nung nabroadcast ang style niya wahahahahahaha

ang mga ni-raise na issues, lahat nasa Q's na, panay cheer pa nung hindi naman kasali wahahahahaha gustong gusto mapabilang sa listahan parehong mga kawawa :lol: :lol: :lol:


saan daw nag-umpisa pala ha...e saan ba nagsimula ang kahihiyan ng demanding na poser na yan?.....e di sa pagmamagaling palyado naman ang utak wahahahahahaha


kaya, let's do it again hihihihihihih :bounce1:

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:26 am 
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reposting the final recap meron kasi ginugulo ang mga pangyayari dalawa yan sila hihihihihihih :lol:

yung isa poser :biglaugh:

yung isa hindi naman kasali talaga hihih :lol:


so...isa lang pala talaga wahahahaha :lol:

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wahahaha I see you missed the logic there :lol:

Who the hell cares what drama the Cojuangcos and Cory's nuclear family had going on? They can engage in in-breeding for all I care (actually, from the looks of some of them, er... :lol: ), it does not change the fact that Santa Cory prevented her "precioouusss" Hacienda from being subjected to agrarian reform when she had the unitary power to do so. Didn't you at the very least know this fact? :shock:


I am ambivalent on the matter - but the fact remains that the SC ruled on this during the time of Pnoy http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news/nat ... ers/story/

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Dedmang dedma lang ako dito obvious ba hihihi :lol: ano pa ba maisasagot ko e pinagmalaki ko pa yung SC decision sa Hacienda Luisita nung term ni idol Panot, tanga kasi ako hindi ko alam kung bakit na-impeach si CJ Corona hihihihih :lol:

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nagmamagaling yung poser tungkol sa pledge ng China, demanding talaga ang pulpol :lol: ano naman kaya ang iiiyak mo kung napautang na ang gobyerno ng malaking percent ng pledges ng China? Magiging heavily indebted tayo na baka ma-compromise ang political independence at foreign policy? Mark these words iyan ang mababasa mo sa mga Google searches mo if and when China delivers on its pledges :lol: So ano ang gusto mo mangyari ngayon, awayin ang China? Singilin ang sinabi nilang ipapautang? Wahahaha ano gusto mo gayahin ka ng Pilipinas, demanding e mangungutang lang :lol: ikaw demanding ka pa e poser ka lang naman hihihihih

just to check your credibility, nag-ingay ka naman ba nung wala man lang solid, deterrent military response na ginawa ang US nung nag umpisang mang-usurp ang China sa WPS na yan? Alam mo ba ang official stand nila habang nangyayari yan, when we were desperate for military help from our “ally” the United States? Yung China na financial pledge, you’re quick to make a ruckus about their seeming nonfulfillment, and yet hindi pa naman halfway through ang term ni Duterte so still possible China will make good on a reasonable portion of their pledge....while the US being our ally, left us twisting in the wind at precisely the exact moment we needed their military might….hmmm financial pledge vs military response from an "ally", night and day ang contrast....kung nag iingay kang hinayupak ka ngayon tungkol sa financial pledge, aba e yung ally na hindi tumugon with a deterrent military response, even a symbolic one, should have merited more than pag-iingay sa yo, tama ba?

Let us see if you really call it as you see it or, if you are merely selective in which issues to criticize or make noise about…….in other words namumuntos lang

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after endless hours of Googling hindi ko pa din ma-gets ang isasagot ko hihihihih kaya, assert our WPS rights at demand the pledged financial assistance, ayos ba ang pagkakakontra ng stance na pinost ko, hindi naman siguro yan mahahalata ng China :lol: yung iba pang issues na ni-raise ng nakakaimbyernang PeluB na yan sa Q2, as usual no pansin ulit, I hope may "long and winding" ulit na post si himuderong huklubang poser at iba pang "fans" ni Pelu para mapagtakpan hihihihihih :lol: :lol: :lol:

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me nalalaman pa tong “And for this pittance - we have practically ceded our rights to the WPS” :shock: biling bili mo ang storyline na ginawa ng mga me vested interests diyan sa WPS and not merely by coincidence had more to gain had Roxas won the 2016 polls….alam mo ba yan? Dalawa lang ang possibility, alam mo nga and you just chose to ignore it in your dumb post, or worse, bobo ka talagang bozo ka
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Google Google Google pero wala pa din tsk hihihihihih :lol: :lol: :lol:

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what happens daw if the sh!t hits the fan? bakit, diyan ba sa pag ngawa-ngawa mo mag-iimprove ang inflation? :shock: …………nag-iilusyon ka ba na sa pag-cite mo ng articles, kesyo ang current account deficit is this and that, it will make a difference in the economy, na ikaw ang magsasalba ng kung ano man ang pinapangarap mong salbahin? ano ba yang ginagawa mo sa tingin mo? na isa kang armchair economist ? bwesit na to talagang poser na poser lang wahahahahaa :lol:

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pangarap ko kasing maging wheelchair economist :biglaugh: poser nga kasi ako diba, na nag-iilusyon me nakikinig sakin na mga tutoong economists at binabasa ang mga pinost kong economic articles haaay hirap na hirap ako sa pag-intindi at pagpost niyan tsk, baka kasi hindi pa nila alam yan maski tutoong economista sila e mabuti na i-remind sila hihihihih yung mga hindi ko kapanalig mga lapdogs lang kayo kasi dapat wag kayo sumuporta sa admin ni Katay Digong dahil basta, look at the articles di ba hihih solid Santa Cory at Panot lang woohoo! yung hindi matangay wala kayo mga blind fanatics lang kayo hihihihihih :lol: :lol: :lol:

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siyempre kasama pa rin ang ............. :shock:

BONUS
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Here comes the trolls.



huklubang poser wrote:
capitalize capitalize Beatles Beatles kailangan kong ipagtanggol si idol huhuhuhu aylabyu man!



:lol: :lol: :lol:

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:lol: :lol: :lol:



:combo: <-- tambol mayor

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kailangan ko tabunan ang record ng kahihiyan ko sana me magpost na naman na "fans" ni PeluB na kakampi ko hindi naman siguro halatang awang awa na sa akin huhuhuhu :cry:



:bounce1:


hihihihihih I love this game :lol:

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hihihihih Tita Nanie, paglampasuhin mo na si.... :?





hindi nga pala kasali wahahahaha :lol: :lol: :lol:

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ala wentang mga paliwanag.


lampaso pa rin. :biglaugh:

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Kawawang pedoboy pati sarili pinipilit maniwala na me sustansya ang kanyang sinasabi. He he


Bwaaahahaahaha :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Mod, paki IP ban si seven sigma
Multiple handle yan ni blitzky :lol:

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hihihihih Tita Nanie, paglampasuhin mo na si.... :?





hindi nga pala kasali wahahahaha :lol: :lol: :lol:


As usual wala na sa hulog ang mga response, tinanong mo ang US stand sa WPS , sinagot ng maayos, walang rebuttal, pilit idinidivert ang issue sa Hacienda Luisita which is not relevant to the present economy, or the WPS situation which are the most pressing issues at present

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Rather than quitting, Duterte should rally the nation to action
BY YEN MAKABENTA


“Deliberation is the work of many men. Action, of one alone.”
Charles de Gaulle, Memoirs

First word
I SAW up close two of the republic’s 16 presidents at work — Ferdinand E. Marcos and Fidel V. Ramos. I stuck around in low-key roles through the length of their presidencies. But all that time, I never saw either of them consider at any time the idea of laying down their charge, for reasons of frustration, setback, fatigue or whatever.

I have hastened to study the subject of presidential resignation after reading about President Duterte’s declaration on Tuesday that he is prepared to step down from office, and to give way to a military junta or a more competent successor.

This is unsettling and incomprehensible. Duterte is weighing resignation at a time when his approval ratings are nearly in the 80s, and when his principal programs—economic strengthening, foreign policy resetting, infrastructure modernization, resolution of rebellion and insurgencies, poverty alleviation and development—are meeting with success and picking up steam.


National leaders do not quit when they are at the top of their game, or simply because they cannot have their way. They know that when they lose the reins of power, it is awfully hard to get back in the game.

The only leader in memory who quit office and was able to do things his way is the legendary and incomparable Charles de Gaulle of France.

Why Duterte could quit
Duterte expressed his thoughts during the launch of the Pilipinas Angat Lahat Alliance in Malacañang on Tuesday.



His first thought was to show that he has no illusions about staying longer in office or becoming a dictator. “For those who are dreaming that I will extend my term and be a dictator, you must be the lowest ***** in this country even to suggest that I have such a plan.

“For all of you, no illusions about extension, about dictatorship. At this time, I’m telling you, I’m ready to step down and retire.”

Which brings us to his second thought. He is tired and would be happy to go home to Davao City.

Third, he would give way to a military junta or a more competent successor.

DU30 said he would even administer the oath to military officers who want to install a junta to replace him. “I would suggest to the military, if you want a junta, or if you want yourselves to be in the junta, I say line up here, I’ll put you in your proper place.”

DU30 also said he was ready to be replaced by a “more competent” leader. “If you think there is somebody more competent, then by all means, put him in place. Or a group of persons who you think could bring prosperity to this nation.”

Finally, DU30 said he is opposed to a constitutional succession in case he vacates his office, and reiterated that he does not believe in the competence of Vice President Leni Robredo. “Were it not for the fact that I do not believe in the competence of the Vice President, I’m ready to go anytime,” he said.

Drugs and corruption getting worse
Duterte admitted that he has become “exasperated” since corruption and illegal drugs appear to be getting worse despite his unsparing efforts. He noted that illegal drug transactions have increased from millions to billions of pesos.

“Drugs will not end at the end of my term. The problem could worsen,” he said.

Finally, DU30 lamented his other huge frustration. In seeking to clean up graft in the bureaucracy, he realized that corruption had become “endemic” in government.

“My case against graft and corruption seems to be endless and it has contaminated almost all government departments and agencies,” he said.

“I said I will try to stop corruption which I’m doing and still I cannot succeed during my term.”

From Duterte to De Gaulle
For very significant reasons, the current mood of President Duterte impelled me to review something remarkable that I had read about the great General Charles de Gaulle of France in his memoirs.

The bare facts of his remarkable life is exciting reading. Consider this concise summation by **** Morris of the highlights of his story: “No leader of democracy since George Washington has had the uncontested political power to shape his country that General Charles de Gaulle enjoyed when the Allies liberated France in 1944. De Gaulle was not merely the nation’s leader, hero or great hope. Determined to purge France of the divisive and ineffectual political structure that he believed led to humiliating defeat by Hitler in just six weeks in 1940, de Gaulle called on the nation to rise above petty political parties and come together in spirit. Yet it didn’t work out that way, and de Gaulle would be forced to retreat and wait more than a decade for his time to come again.”

Despite having all the power and prestige of a war hero, de Gaulle was unable to defeat the French party system, at least at first.

Initially in 1946, when he realized that he had become a Gulliver tied up in procedural knots by parliamentary politicians, de Gaulle resigned as president, abrogating all his power, and returned to his country home to lick his wounds.

For 12 long years he waited, until he was finally summoned to avert a military coup d’état in 1958.

Having regained the power he had lost, he could proceed to accomplish his mission — dismantling the political parties that earlier forced his resignation.

He returned to witness the vindication of his vision of a France returned to greatness.

During WW2, alone among French leaders, de Gaulle unilaterally proclaimed himself the leader of the French government in exile. From London, he broadcast to the French people, calling on them to continue the fight against Germany by every means in their power. De Gaulle’s audacity was breathtaking.

One question haunted post-war France. What had gone wrong? How had the nation grown so weak that it could fall so swiftly to the German onslaught in 1940? France had been one of the most powerful nations in the world. During World War 1 it resisted the German army for four years, and then defeated it. But in World War 2, the nation was so rotted from within it collapsed in six weeks to Hitler.

De Gaulle attacked French weakness, wrote of their decadence, and warned that turning over to the political parties could result only in impotence.

Da Gaulle wanted the old republic to be replaced by a new and radically different form of government. He proposed a new constitution for France, in which the chief executive would not be chosen by a parliamentary party, but would serve only the national community.

In July 1945, he was elected as France’s president. But even as he took office, the party system tried to shackle his power. He opted to resign his office than accept the restrictions. He thought that France would recall him quickly after he resigned. But the country did not do so at once; it waited several years — indeed 12 years.

Rather than presiding over a process that would have eroded his reputation, de Gaulle opted to withdraw from events, before they withdrew from him. He said: “I prefer my legend to power.”

In 1947, he established his own political party. But there was no immediate success. In the wilderness, he went among his people. In the process he found his enduring message to postwar France – the greatness or grandeur of France.

De Gaulle returned to power in 1958 to lead the Fifth Republic. His presidency lasted until 1969. The Fifth Republic lasts to this day and shows every sign of continuing.

De Gaulle’s is a fascinating story that should bear insightful lessons for Duterte who seeks to bend the nation to his will and his vision.

Morris summed it up this way: “Ousted from power by a nation unprepared for the political changes he found necessary, De Gaulle left the stage; let the flawed political system run its course; and then, when the inevitable crisis loomed, he charged forward to save the day.”

Winning the case for reform
Today, Duterte probably feels a little dejected that the nation is not rushing to implement his chief reform mantra of federalism. The people are asking questions.

The people are also not buying wholesale his deadly campaign against illegal drugs; many are appalled by the killings. He is equally sullen about the problem of corruption, as his firing spree has not scared away the grafters, even among the people he appointed to office.

DU30’s threat to resign will appall most Filipinos, because he is indisputably a success so far. But losing him does not mean that the nation should give him everything he wants. Duterte must still rally and win the people behind his agenda of reform.

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nagtanong sila nasaan si Digong ???? pero kay PNOy party party lang ......tawag dyan Hypocrazy :lol:

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