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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 10:23 pm 
:shock: ang yabang nung huklubang poser tsk



tapos nagagalit pag yun namang kabobohan ng lodi niyang demanding na poser at mismong sarili niyang kabobohan ang pinakita dito :?


may nalalaman pa tong English English, panay himud naman sa kabrokeback niyang demanding na poser, na ang ingles ay mali, fundamental error pa wahahahahahaha......."Here comes the trolls" o ano diba panay pa gawa mo ng excuse sa kabobohan na yan para hindi masyado mapahiya ang hinihimuran mo ng puwet na yan :lol:



teka, alam mo na nga ba kung bakit katangahan na hangaan mo si Conrado de Quiros habang aminado kang ikaw ay isang Martial Law era Human Rights Victim?

o parang style mo din yung sa idol mo, dedma lang kinapalan lang mukha hanggat matitiis hihihihih






...................meanwhile, habang patuloy ang pagsasaliksik mo sa bagay na yan................








hello again, Conrad :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
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Wala lang....

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May nagpapapansin e ayaw naman siyang kausap. Kawawa ang Engot. :biglaugh:

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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
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Alive na alive ang huklubang poser

Effective talaga ang viagra sa kanya :lol:

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Biased mainstream media



This anti-Marcos sentiment went into full gear in the reportage on the recent resolution released by the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) on the election protest of Bongbong Marcos against Leni Robredo. Almost all news networks, including even the Philippine News Agency, bannered that PET had upheld the 25 percent minimum shading threshold as demanded by Robredo. A close perusal of the actual resolution in fact reveals that the PET did not. On the contrary, it reiterated its finding that there is no legal basis to change the threshold. In addition, the PET even took note of the fact that Comelec, even without a promulgated resolution providing such legal basis, changed the threshold of 50 percent not just to 25 percent but to a range of 20 percent to 25 percent.

Any thinking journalist worth his or her mettle would have simply realized the idiocy of any claim that would make PET uphold the 25 percent threshold in the face of such findings. A thinking journalist would even have zeroed in on the anomaly of having a range as a threshold in an automated election.

But apparently, many journalists in mainstream media appear to be no longer concerned about the thinking part. They probably hate fakers in social media because the latter are simply better in the art of peddling lies.

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uhaaaa uhaaaaaa :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2018 3:05 pm 
Conrad o ayaw ka daw kausap :shock:


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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
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Where’s the beef, Mr. Enrile?
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Of all the possible responses to the “retelling” of martial law history by former senator Juan Ponce Enrile, the most improbable would have to be the boycott of a brand of canned meat products.

The Enrile family happens to own the Delimondo brand of canned meats—luncheon meat, liver spread, and most famously, corned beef. By many accounts, Delimondo happens to be the purveyor of some of the tastiest canned meats locally. And some avid patrons heaved a sigh of dismay on hearing news that a boycott of the brand had been launched to “punish” Enrile for his revisionism. He was, after all, the enforcer of the more dreaded and sinister expressions of military and police power during those years. And, certainly, he knows or remembers more than he lets on today.

The story peddled by Enrile, however, has set off a far more primal and important reaction: the provocation of many survivors of martial law arrest, detention, torture and other human rights violations. Years, decades after surviving incarceration and all the indignities inflicted on them, ex-detainees, including their families and the surviving loved ones of the “disappeared,” have found once more the courage to come out in the open and retell the suffering they endured at the hands of soldiers and police. This, years and decades after they had hoped to put the nightmare behind them.

The reason they have had to revisit that horrible time was the two-part video interview conducted by losing vice-presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos of Enrile, whose rehashed, warmed-over version of the events preceding and during martial law provoked the pushback we see today.

If, by the interview with Enrile the younger Marcos hoped to revise the people’s largely negative view of martial law—and by extension that of the Marcos family—he has instead produced the opposite effect.

People have begun remembering again, and telling young people who have but blurry memories of martial law or who know nothing about it, how things were really like during those days of darkness.

Timed for the anniversary of the declaration of martial law, the staged interview played out like an inane take on the theater of the absurd. This theater form has been described as “employing disjointed, repetitious, and meaningless dialogue, purposeless and confusing situations, and plots that lack realistic or logical development.”

How else to characterize Enrile’s assertion that no one “was arrested because of political or religious beliefs”? Or that no one “was arrested simply because they criticized President Marcos”?

The responses of many who were indeed arrested, detained, interrogated and repeatedly tortured—some of them prominent political figures—give a lie to Enrile’s account. And if one were to look for written records of their suffering, one need search no further than the volumes of paperwork painstakingly compiled by the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board. A total of 75,749 claims were filed, but only 11,103 were indemnified due to lack of “substantial evidence” from the other claimants.

Still, 11,000 is certainly a far cry from zero. And whether he gets his comeuppance by way of the failure of his family’s canned meat business or the eternal fires of hell, Enrile certainly has a lot to answer for.

To be sure, the former Senate president, under whose term in that office the law creating the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board was passed, has had many chances to tell the “real” story. These range from the press conference over which he and then Vice Chief of Staff Fidel Ramos presided at the opening salvo of the Edsa People Power Revolt, to his published biography. He has peddled so many versions of the role he played during martial law, his involvement with the failed coup d’etat of his RAMboys, and the extent of his knowledge of the subsequent coup attempts against President Cory Aquino, that maybe his own mind has been addled by having to keep so many balls in the air.

And so, Mr. Enrile, we wish you a clear mind, a clear conscience, and the guiltless enjoyment of corned beef before you shuffle off this mortal coil.

Following is a typical story of one out of 10,000 Martial Law Victims who was approved by the HRVCB and awarded P1.2M (equivalent to 7 points) last May 2018.

Can the Marcos Loyalists match the determination of 10,000 HRVs to keep the Marcoses out of Malakanyang? Never. Again. :chainsaw:

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Note that one of the horrors of Martial Law is the resurrection of Japanese Occupation styled Makapilis. Exemplified in this typical victims' example where a former co-worker who was caught asking for money among local people by impersonating an NPA Commander. Remembering the victim is from the same locality, he implicated the victim just to escape further punishment, not knowing that during those times he said he was meeting the victim, the latter was out of the country on training.

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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2018 3:13 am 
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walang pagbabago si engr torotoy ...parang yung amo nya lang na si boy recto..talunan ...ahahhaha


uhaa uhaaaa :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
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JPE: Name me one person who was arrested because of religious or political belief during that periodf? None
VP: Only criminal acts
JPE: Name me one person who was arrested because he criticized President Marcos? None


Ang sinasabi lang ni JPE dyan ay walang inaresto at nakalagay sa papeles eh “against FM” o “anti gov’t”. Tama sabi ni roque, may abuses na ginawa nung martial law and the victims have to be compensated… Dapat din bigyan ng compensation mga mendiola victims eh hanggang ngayon wala. Pero it still stands, walang inaresto dahi lang kontra gov’t… Inaresto sila because of criminal acts na nakasulat sa martial law.

Nakasulat sa article tungkol kay Pimentel...

He was jailed again for leading a demonstration against the farcical Interim Batasang Pambansa elections in 1978, and again in 1983 on charges of rebellion. In 1985, he was arrested anew, this time for allegedly participating in an ambush in Cebu City.



O ngayon? Anong reklamo Nene? May mga kaso naman pala eh… Aren’t those acts pinag babawal ng pd 1081?

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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2018 9:44 am 
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kumpirma ko lang ah...



Meron bang casualty during a rally nung martial law? Alam ko yung Mendiola lang nagkaroon ng patayan.

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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTg4xHHMV2o



If Marcos did a Cory... Hindi lalaki yan

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Same thing happened kay Gen Tadiar Philippine Marines nung edsa... They were waiting and insisting mag bigay si MArcos ng order to do action sa mga nag pro protest habang konti pa. Marcos did not want... Kaya nanaman lumaki.


Again, kung si cory yan, duguan nanaman yan

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‘PET voted to do away with ballot-shading thresholds’ 0


The Supreme Court (SC) en banc, sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), has voted to do away with ballot-shading thresholds in an electoral protest over results of the 2016 elections for Vice President.

This revelation by sources of The Manila Times in the high court came after it was reported that the PET has lowered the threshold to 25 percent in the protest filed by former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. against Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo.

According to the first source, the electoral tribunal’s real ruling is that there is no need to decide the correct percentage because what will matter is ballot appreciation by revisors.

The source said it is inaccurate to say that the Robredo camp already won the protest after the PET reportedly gave its nod to the 25-percent shading threshold.



This means that it shall neither be 25 percent as claimed by the Vice President’s supporters or 50 percent as claimed by the Marcos camp.

The second source said the real proof that the 25-percent threshold did not win in the PET votation is the fact that the original draft resolution by the ponente of the case, SC Justice Benjamin Caguioa, was amended and was not adopted by the electoral tribunal.



Marami na naman na uto si FAKE VP sa mga Uto-utong DIlawan :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:

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 Post subject: Re: BBM for president
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kumpirma ko lang ah...



Meron bang casualty during a rally nung martial law? Alam ko yung Mendiola lang nagkaroon ng patayan.
Nun period ng Martial Law ay may pinapayagan bang mag-rally si Marcos? Kung walang rally, paano magkakaroon ng casualty? Noong panahon ni Cory ay di na bawal mag-rally kaya nagkaroon na naman ng casualty. Ang BOBO mo na pala talaga hangga ngayon mula pa nang sabihin mong wala pang "tightpants" noong panahon ng mga rally bago Martial Law.
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