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hihihih US apologist na talaga ang demanding na poser :lol: :lol: :lol:

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ano yan? serious ka ba na naniniwala ka sa arguments mo? wahahahahaha


puro ka kabobohan, kaya ko nirerepost ang posts ko dahil hindi mo naman sinasagot, sayang ang oras at pagtype sa style mo...but your "cheerers" lap it up hihihihihih :lol:

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akala mo pag nag-label ka ng "long and winding posts" ligtas ka na sa kabobohan mo? :shock:



hindi po hihihihihihihih :lol: :lol: :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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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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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 11:14 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
hihihih US apologist na talaga ang demanding na poser :lol: :lol: :lol:


US apologist??

Anong kinalaman nito sa US response, reposting -

Read - The United States does not take sides on the sovereignty questions underlying the territorial disputes in the South and East China Seas, but we have an interest in the behavior of states in their management or resolution of these disputes. We want countries, including China, to manage or settle claims through peaceful, diplomatic means. For example, the Philippines and Indonesia have just done so in connection with their EEZ boundary. Disputes can also be addressed through third-party dispute resolution processes. Where parties’ rights under treaties may be affected, some treaties provide for third-party dispute settlement, as is the case of the Law of the Sea Convention, an avenue pursued by the Philippines in an arbitration with China currently being considered by an Arbitral Tribunal constituted under that treaty. The United States and the international community oppose the use or the threat of force to try to advance a claim, and view such actions as having no effect in strengthening the legitimacy of China’s claims. These issues should be decided on the basis of the merits of China’s and other claimants’ legal claims and adherence to international law and norms, not the strength of their militaries and law enforcement ships or the size of their economies.”

This is the avenue pursued by the Philippines - now after winning the landmark case, what has Duterte done?


E pati date nga ng decision ng International Tribunal clueless si Duterte. Ngayon sinagot mo ba ng maayos? Or puro ad hominem ka lang.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 11:20 am 
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Emmanuel53 wrote:
PeluBoy wrote:
hihihih US apologist na talaga ang demanding na poser :lol: :lol: :lol:


US apologist??

Anong kinalaman nito sa US response, reposting -

Read - The United States does not take sides on the sovereignty questions underlying the territorial disputes in the South and East China Seas, but we have an interest in the behavior of states in their management or resolution of these disputes. We want countries, including China, to manage or settle claims through peaceful, diplomatic means. For example, the Philippines and Indonesia have just done so in connection with their EEZ boundary. Disputes can also be addressed through third-party dispute resolution processes. Where parties’ rights under treaties may be affected, some treaties provide for third-party dispute settlement, as is the case of the Law of the Sea Convention, an avenue pursued by the Philippines in an arbitration with China currently being considered by an Arbitral Tribunal constituted under that treaty. The United States and the international community oppose the use or the threat of force to try to advance a claim, and view such actions as having no effect in strengthening the legitimacy of China’s claims. These issues should be decided on the basis of the merits of China’s and other claimants’ legal claims and adherence to international law and norms, not the strength of their militaries and law enforcement ships or the size of their economies.”

This is the avenue pursued by the Philippines - now after winning the landmark case, what has Duterte done?


E pati date nga ng decision ng International Tribunal clueless si Duterte. Ngayon sinagot mo ba ng maayos? Or puro ad hominem ka lang.


ano dito ang hindi mo maitindihang poser ka? ad hominem ba ito? paulit ulit ko na ito pinopost ah, hindi mo ba talaga ma-arok sa kabobohan mo? hihihihih :lol:

para sa bobong demanding na poser hihihihih wrote:
It [US] has rebuilt traditional alliances with the Philippines, continued the increasingly close relationship with Vietnam, built a de facto alliance with Singapore, and even wooed Cambodia and Myanmar, countries long alienated from the United States.

In the longer run, however, simply shifting the United States’ focus to Asia and staking out a clear position favoring international negotiation over the disputed South China Sea claims may not mollify other Asian nations and sufficiently push back against China. Right now, Vietnam, Singapore, and others are unwilling to make a clear choice between the United States and China, which is becoming the center of Asian economic integration.

But if not bu!lding a Cold War-style alliance structure, the United States will have to make clear not only to treaty allies like the Philippines but also partners like Vietnam, Singap0re, Indonesia, and Malaysia that--while hoping for a written mult!lateral code of conduct for the South China Sea dispute--the United States will bolster its presence in and around the South China Sea. This would include transferring naval assets from the Atlantic to the Pacific, h0lding regular exercises with partners near the S0uth China Sea, and building up basing c@pacity in Asian partners like Australia and Singapore. It also means encouraging the ASEAN nations and India to improve their naval-naval communications with China so as to avoid any deadly mistakes in the S0uth China Sea.





you're trying to be a US apologist, dine-deny mo ba? so why did you bring up the removal of the US bases by the senate?

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 11:23 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
up para sa gustong magpalusot sa kabobohan niya hihihihih :lol:
para sa bobong demanding na poser hihihihih wrote:
It [US] has rebuilt traditional alliances with the Philippines, continued the increasingly close relationship with Vietnam, built a de facto alliance with Singapore, and even wooed Cambodia and Myanmar, countries long alienated from the United States.

In the longer run, however, simply shifting the United States’ focus to Asia and staking out a clear position favoring international negotiation over the disputed South China Sea claims may not mollify other Asian nations and sufficiently push back against China. Right now, Vietnam, Singapore, and others are unwilling to make a clear choice between the United States and China, which is becoming the center of Asian economic integration.

But if not bu!lding a Cold War-style alliance structure, the United States will have to make clear not only to treaty allies like the Philippines but also partners like Vietnam, Singap0re, Indonesia, and Malaysia that--while hoping for a written mult!lateral code of conduct for the South China Sea dispute--the United States will bolster its presence in and around the South China Sea. This would include transferring naval assets from the Atlantic to the Pacific, h0lding regular exercises with partners near the S0uth China Sea, and building up basing c@pacity in Asian partners like Australia and Singapore. It also means encouraging the ASEAN nations and India to improve their naval-naval communications with China so as to avoid any deadly mistakes in the S0uth China Sea.



.....so yung tanong tungkol sa credibility mo, ano na? nag-ingay ka ba nuon? poser poser tsk tsk :lol: :lol: :lol:


Research pa more ha - The Philippine defense chief said Friday that he had suspended participation in any joint patrols with the U.S. of the disputed South China Sea, the first concrete sign of a crack in the military alliance following the election of President Rodrigo Duterte.

After the WPS ruling came out, shouldn't this be the opportune time for the joint patrols to be conducted more vigorously , anyare

https://www.wsj.com/articles/philippine ... 1475826120


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 11:27 am 
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e bakit nga ba sinuspend, bakit umabot sa ganyan ang alliance ng RP at US?


research research daw ha? pwe!


hihihihih 2011 pa ito bobo! :lol: :lol: :lol:
para sa bobong demanding na poser hihihihih wrote:
It [US] has rebuilt traditional alliances with the Philippines, continued the increasingly close relationship with Vietnam, built a de facto alliance with Singapore, and even wooed Cambodia and Myanmar, countries long alienated from the United States.

In the longer run, however, simply shifting the United States’ focus to Asia and staking out a clear position favoring international negotiation over the disputed South China Sea claims may not mollify other Asian nations and sufficiently push back against China. Right now, Vietnam, Singapore, and others are unwilling to make a clear choice between the United States and China, which is becoming the center of Asian economic integration.

But if not bu!lding a Cold War-style alliance structure, the United States will have to make clear not only to treaty allies like the Philippines but also partners like Vietnam, Singap0re, Indonesia, and Malaysia that--while hoping for a written mult!lateral code of conduct for the South China Sea dispute--the United States will bolster its presence in and around the South China Sea. This would include transferring naval assets from the Atlantic to the Pacific, h0lding regular exercises with partners near the S0uth China Sea, and building up basing c@pacity in Asian partners like Australia and Singapore. It also means encouraging the ASEAN nations and India to improve their naval-naval communications with China so as to avoid any deadly mistakes in the S0uth China Sea.

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wahahahaha kawawa :bounce1:

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google google :lol: :lol: :lol:

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"you're trying to be a US apologist, dine-deny mo ba? so why did you bring up the removal of the US bases by the senate?


Who's trying to be US apologist, on the contrary I"m trying to say that the country should protect it's national interests, - I brought it up because I was in favor of removing the US bases , and I laud the Senate for making the decision despite entreaties coming from Cory Aquino to do otherwise.


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Go get 'em man! :whistle: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PeluBoy wrote:
e bakit nga ba sinuspend, bakit umabot sa ganyan ang alliance ng RP at US?


research research daw ha? pwe!


hihihihih 2011 pa ito bobo! :lol: :lol: :lol:
para sa bobong demanding na poser hihihihih wrote:
It [US] has rebuilt traditional alliances with the Philippines, continued the increasingly close relationship with Vietnam, built a de facto alliance with Singapore, and even wooed Cambodia and Myanmar, countries long alienated from the United States.

In the longer run, however, simply shifting the United States’ focus to Asia and staking out a clear position favoring international negotiation over the disputed South China Sea claims may not mollify other Asian nations and sufficiently push back against China. Right now, Vietnam, Singapore, and others are unwilling to make a clear choice between the United States and China, which is becoming the center of Asian economic integration.

But if not bu!lding a Cold War-style alliance structure, the United States will have to make clear not only to treaty allies like the Philippines but also partners like Vietnam, Singap0re, Indonesia, and Malaysia that--while hoping for a written mult!lateral code of conduct for the South China Sea dispute--the United States will bolster its presence in and around the South China Sea. This would include transferring naval assets from the Atlantic to the Pacific, h0lding regular exercises with partners near the S0uth China Sea, and building up basing c@pacity in Asian partners like Australia and Singapore. It also means encouraging the ASEAN nations and India to improve their naval-naval communications with China so as to avoid any deadly mistakes in the S0uth China Sea.


O di lalong dated yong rebuttal mo, bonehead. Ipinagmalaki pa ng 2011 yong date ng source niya, e the WPS ruling was handed down in July 2016 ,and the order to suspend the joint patrols was made in Oct. 2016


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ikaw magmula kailan ka pa uto-uto ng US? mula ng pinanganak ka, so mga 70+ years ago ba? wahahahaha :lol: :lol: :lol:


Paanong nauto, di ba the US military bases were kicked out by the Senate
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Who's trying to be US apologist, on the contrary I"m trying to say that the country should protect it's national interests, - I brought it up because I was in favor of removing the US bases , and I laud the Senate for making the decision despite entreaties coming from Cory Aquino to do otherwise.


hihihihih ikaw ba ang nag-kick out sa US bases? are you now trying to grab credit from the Phil Senate that voted to kick them out :shock: ......you're trying to rationalize US' inaction on the WPS issue, dahil gusto mo iblame ang Duterte admin.....when the actions or rather inaction of the US was brought up, pinagmamalaki mo pa nga paulit ulit ang "post" mo about their vacillation on the WPS territorial dispute di ba? tapos magsisingit ka pa ng US bases eviction hihihihihih so hindi ka ba US apologist ano sa tingin mong poser ka?

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Emmanuel53 wrote:
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e bakit nga ba sinuspend, bakit umabot sa ganyan ang alliance ng RP at US?


research research daw ha? pwe!


hihihihih 2011 pa ito bobo! :lol: :lol: :lol:
para sa bobong demanding na poser hihihihih wrote:
It [US] has rebuilt traditional alliances with the Philippines, continued the increasingly close relationship with Vietnam, built a de facto alliance with Singapore, and even wooed Cambodia and Myanmar, countries long alienated from the United States.

In the longer run, however, simply shifting the United States’ focus to Asia and staking out a clear position favoring international negotiation over the disputed South China Sea claims may not mollify other Asian nations and sufficiently push back against China. Right now, Vietnam, Singapore, and others are unwilling to make a clear choice between the United States and China, which is becoming the center of Asian economic integration.

But if not bu!lding a Cold War-style alliance structure, the United States will have to make clear not only to treaty allies like the Philippines but also partners like Vietnam, Singap0re, Indonesia, and Malaysia that--while hoping for a written mult!lateral code of conduct for the South China Sea dispute--the United States will bolster its presence in and around the South China Sea. This would include transferring naval assets from the Atlantic to the Pacific, h0lding regular exercises with partners near the S0uth China Sea, and building up basing c@pacity in Asian partners like Australia and Singapore. It also means encouraging the ASEAN nations and India to improve their naval-naval communications with China so as to avoid any deadly mistakes in the S0uth China Sea.


O di lalong dated yong rebuttal mo, bonehead. Ipinagmalaki pa ng 2011 yong date ng source niya, e the WPS ruling was handed down in July 2016 ,and the order to suspend the joint patrols was made in Oct. 2016

wahahahahahaha ang tanga tanga talaga :biglaugh:

what did the US do, with their stance that you cited na poser ka? pinagmamalaki mo pa yung "official stand" ng US not to meddle with localized territorial disputes ha hihihihih gullible ka pag dating sa US, pero sa current admin very discriminating :lol:


what was the point of my post? nakuha mo ba? I won't explain since you're posturing to be an "intellectual" na hindi naman kasi poser lang nga, so I'll let you talk yourself into further embarassment hihihihihih :lol:

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PeluBoy wrote:
Emmanuel53 wrote:
PeluBoy wrote:
ikaw magmula kailan ka pa uto-uto ng US? mula ng pinanganak ka, so mga 70+ years ago ba? wahahahaha :lol: :lol: :lol:


Paanong nauto, di ba the US military bases were kicked out by the Senate
Emmanuel53 wrote:
Who's trying to be US apologist, on the contrary I"m trying to say that the country should protect it's national interests, - I brought it up because I was in favor of removing the US bases , and I laud the Senate for making the decision despite entreaties coming from Cory Aquino to do otherwise.


hihihihih ikaw ba ang nag-kick out sa US bases? are you now trying to grab credit from the Phil Senate that voted to kick them out :shock: ......you're trying to rationalize US' inaction on the WPS issue, dahil gusto mo iblame ang Duterte admin.....when the actions or rather inaction of the US was brought up, pinagmamalaki mo pa nga paulit ulit ang "post" mo about their vacillation on the WPS territorial dispute di ba? tapos magsisingit ka pa ng US bases eviction hihihihihih so hindi ka ba US apologist ano sa tingin mong poser ka?


Uy, who's trying to grab credit from whom - agreeing with the decision or taking up a position is not synonymous to grabbing credit , e next time when you use a quote , just be certain that it's not dated , lakas ng loob mong magquote ng source na 2011 , when the WPS ruling and the suspension of joint patrols happened both in 2016.


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