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Author:  reigncourts [ Fri Jan 17, 2020 9:58 am ]
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JABEZJ wrote:
Isa sa pinakamagaling mag ENglish si Pacstorm...
Parang si mang pelu din yun sa englisan... :lol:


Sa akin ang pinakamagaling sa Englisan na naka debate ko ng matindi at matagalan ay si Helven. Next ay si Emmanuel. Magaling din yung isa dito parang si Tiglao/Locsin , kaya lang masyadong malaki tae kaya sa tingin ko di magbibigay ni katiting na pagkatalo yan sa lahat ng issue. At dahil diyan madalas pumalpak ang logic ng kumag (ad-hominem). :biglaugh:

Author:  reigncourts [ Fri Jan 17, 2020 10:18 am ]
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CCP dinner for Imelda is glorifying corruption
ACT Teachers solon, ex-CHR head Rosales

LLANESCA T. PANTI,GMA News

The Cultural Center of the Philippines’ (CCP) hosting of a dinner for former First Lady Imelda Marcos to mark its 50th founding anniversary is as good as glorifying corruption, according to ACT Teachers party-list Representative France Castro and former Commission on Human Rights chairperson Etta Rosales .

“I don’t think it is appropriate. Her founding of the CCP had nothing noble in her heart for the Filipino people. We should not glorify the leaders of a brutal and bloody dictatorship under Martial Law,” Rosales, one of thousands who was tortured and jailed during the dictatorship of Imelda’s husband, former President Ferdinand Marcos, told GMA News Online in a text message.

“It is the same as burying Marcos in Libingan ng mga Bayani [just] because he was a past President. But we protested because his Presidency was anchored on plunder and greed. Imelda was his partner in this plunderous quest,” Rosales added.

Castro echoed Rosales, stressing that CCP is well aware of Imelda’s corruption.

In November 2018, the Sandiganbayan convicted Imelda of seven counts of graft for having pecuniary interests and participating in the management of several non-government organizations in Switzerland from 1978 to 1984, a time when she was prohibited to be involved in such business since she was the incumbent Minister of Human Settlements, Metro Manila Governor and a member of the Interim Batasan Pambansa.

Imelda, who was sentenced to spent six to 11 years in prison for every county of graft conviction, was never arrested.

“The CCP board knows about the corruption record of Imelda Marcos. Bagaman may mga kasong nadismiss, marami pa ring pending cases. Ang pagbibigay ng honor sa kanya ay katumbas ng pagkilala na pinararangalan ang kurap, o kaya ok lang magkurap at ok lang ang kurapsyon,” Castro said in a separate talk.

Castro was referring to at least 15 pending ill-gotten wealth cases against Imelda Marcos and her children, former Senator Bongbong Marcos, Jr., Senator Imee Marcos and Irene Marcos-Araneta.

Moreover, at least five ill-gotten wealth cases worth around P300 billion lodged against Imelda and the rest of her family have been dismissed by the Sandiganbayan due to lack of evidence in 2019 alone.

The biggest of which was the P200 billion forfeiture case that included bank deposits, real properties, companies, radio and television stations and aircraft located here and abroad.

The PCGG has already recovered at least P171 billion worth of ill-gotten wealth that the Marcoses acquired when the family was in power from 1965 to 1986.

In 2019, there were also two ill-gotten wealth cases won by the government against the Marcoses.

Last December 5, 2019, the Sandiganbayan ordered at least 19 Marcos cronies to return their assets off their shares in Eastern Telecommunications Philippines, Inc. (ETPI) to the Philippine government after these were found to part of former President Marcos’ ill-gotten wealth.

In addition, the Sandiganbayan ordered Aerocom Investors and Managers, Inc. and Manuel Nieto, Jr., substituted by his legal heirs, to pay the government P68,167,610.93—the value equivalent to the value of its Eastern Telecommunications, Philippines, Inc. shares it had transferred or conveyed to ISM Communications Corporation in July 11, 2005.

On December 19, 2019, the Sandiganbayan Special Division also ordered the forfeiture of $20 million paintings illegally acquired by the late President Ferdinand Marcos and his family in favor of the government. —LDF, GMA News

Author:  The.Equalizer [ Fri Jan 17, 2020 10:36 am ]
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may sumasabay ng alboroto sa Taal hihihih.. :lol:







pati si Etchas este Tae oops Etta Rosales :cry:





ano kaya dinner na inihanda ng CCP kikikik...

malamang formal yan...baka white-tie dinner pa, sarap ahh... :biglaugh:



:bounce1:

Author:  IceColdBeer [ Fri Jan 17, 2020 10:42 am ]
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The.Equalizer wrote:
may sumasabay ng alboroto sa Taal hihihih.. :lol:







pati si Etchas este Tae oops Etta Rosales :cry:





ano kaya dinner na inihanda ng CCP kikikik...

malamang formal yan...baka white-tie dinner pa, sarap ahh... :biglaugh:



:bounce1:

Bakit laging kaliwa itong mga sources nito brad? :biglaugh:

Author:  The.Equalizer [ Fri Jan 17, 2020 10:48 am ]
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IceColdBeer wrote:
The.Equalizer wrote:
may sumasabay ng alboroto sa Taal hihihih.. :lol:







pati si Etchas este Tae oops Etta Rosales :cry:





ano kaya dinner na inihanda ng CCP kikikik...

malamang formal yan...baka white-tie dinner pa, sarap ahh... :biglaugh:



:bounce1:

Bakit laging kaliwa itong mga sources nito brad? :biglaugh:



radical daw brad hihihihih :lol:


mga komunistang ang founder dito ay ang landowner na si Joma at tinulungan mabuo ng isa pang landowner na si Ninoy at palihim na sinusuportahan ng CIA hanggang ngayon :biglaugh: tapos isinusuka daw ang sinumang maging "tuta" ng kano pero may simpatiya sa pang aabuso ng yu es ey sa atin at galit na galit sa China na inidolo ng founder nilang si Joma "Manunusok ng Nars" Sison wahahahahaha :bounce1: aguy aguy aguy :lol:

Author:  IceColdBeer [ Fri Jan 17, 2020 10:50 am ]
Post subject:  Re: BBM for president

The.Equalizer wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
The.Equalizer wrote:
may sumasabay ng alboroto sa Taal hihihih.. :lol:







pati si Etchas este Tae oops Etta Rosales :cry:





ano kaya dinner na inihanda ng CCP kikikik...

malamang formal yan...baka white-tie dinner pa, sarap ahh... :biglaugh:



:bounce1:

Bakit laging kaliwa itong mga sources nito brad? :biglaugh:



radical daw brad hihihihih :lol:


mga komunistang ang founder dito ay ang landowner na si Joma at tinulungan mabuo ng isa pang landowner na si Ninoy at palihim na sinusuportahan ng CIA hanggang ngayon :biglaugh: tapos isinusuka daw ang sinumang maging "tuta" ng kano pero may simpatiya sa pang aabuso ng yu es ey sa atin at galit na galit sa China na inidolo ng founder nilang si Joma "Manunusok ng Nars" Sison wahahahahaha :bounce1: aguy aguy aguy :lol:

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

Author:  dan44 [ Mon Jan 20, 2020 10:38 am ]
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CG Lang BBM and Marcoses asarin mo itong natitira pang Dilawan fanatics :lol:

Author:  The.Equalizer [ Tue Jan 21, 2020 9:41 am ]
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Marcos statue beside Ninoy's in Tarlac a 'visual' attempt to end their family rivalry — solon
Published January 20, 2020 11:05pm
By ERWIN COLCOL, GMA News

GMA News wrote:
The statues of former President Ferdinand Marcos and former Senator Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr. placed near each other at a plaza in Paniqui, Tarlac are visual representations of the town's attempt to put an end to longstanding conflict between the two political families.

This was according to Tarlac City Representative Charlie Cojuangco in reaction to a report published on Monday stating that people have been curious that the statues of the two icons in Philippine politics were placed in one area.

At the town plaza, the statues of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, national hero Jose Rizal, Katipunan founder Andres Bonifacio, and the late Senator Benigno Aquino, Jr.

In an interview with GMA News Online, Cojuangco said one reason the statues of Aquino and Marcos were put up in the plaza was because the former is a "son of Tarlac" and the latter is "one of the Ilocano favorite sons."

Paniqui is geographically near and has a historical connection to Pangasinan, a province in the Ilocos Region. The town is also the Ilocano-speaking side of Tarlac, according to Cojuangco.

The other reason, Cojuangco said, is that the local government wanted to have a "real reconciliation" between the names Aquino and Marcos.

"We keep talking about reconciliation. Pero every time you hear the name Ninoy Aquino or Ferdinand Marcos, we always want to pit them [against each other]. Pero kami, we are thinking, why not put an end to it and practice real reconciliation. That's a visual aid," he said.

"It's a visual aid that even if we had differences before, it's high time we come together. Let's focus on the good, not always on the bad," he added.

Cojuangco admitted that he spearheaded the project, but only after consulting with the local government unit.

"Before we did that, may mga sound-off kami, wala namang negative. Bago namin ginawa, may parang konting pulong-pulong, wala namang [kontra]," he said.

"So far there is no negative. So if there's no negative, what is the issue? There is no issue," he added.

Cojuangco also expressed frustration over the fact that a lot of Filipinos have not moved on from what happened at the time when both Marcos and Aquino were still in politics.

"The generation today, the millennials, when you ask them ano bang ginawa ni Marcos, ano bang ginawa ni Aquino, they will recite to you bits and pieces. But they're not in touch anymore with what these two did during their era," he said.

"So it is not there to make all of us forget as if we have amnesia. Whatever bad or good happened, nangyari na yun, it's part of our history. It's just a symbol in Tarlac," he added.

Aquino was a staunch critic of Marcos during the years of his authoritarian regime. He was assassinated on August 21, 1983 upon arrival at the then-Manila International Airport, now Ninoy Aquino International Airport, after a three-year exile in the United States.

Aquino's death sparked various protests leading up to the first EDSA People Power Revolution in 1986, during which Marcos family fled the Philippines to Hawaii and Aquino's wife, Corazon, was catapulted to the presidency. — BAP, GMA News

Author:  zuma [ Tue Jan 21, 2020 10:29 pm ]
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Di kaya magsuntukan yung dalawang statue? :lol: :lol: :lol:

Author:  The.Equalizer [ Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:19 am ]
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zuma wrote:
Di kaya magsuntukan yung dalawang statue? :lol: :lol: :lol:


pag nagsuntokan yan may tutulong agad kay Ninoy...yung huklubang poser kaway kaway hihihih :lol:

Author:  IceColdBeer [ Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:31 am ]
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The.Equalizer wrote:
zuma wrote:
Di kaya magsuntukan yung dalawang statue? :lol: :lol: :lol:


pag nagsuntokan yan may tutulong agad kay Ninoy...yung huklubang poser kaway kaway hihihih :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Author:  Romy Nabas [ Thu Jan 23, 2020 9:22 pm ]
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Kumusta na kaya ang talunang graduate ng hoaxford university? :lol:

Author:  The.Equalizer [ Fri Jan 24, 2020 7:51 am ]
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pwede siya mag-VP to Sara's presidential candidacy..




nangangako na daw siya hindi pipikit sa gabi ng bilangan :lol:

Author:  zuma [ Fri Jan 24, 2020 9:00 pm ]
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The.Equalizer wrote:
pwede siya mag-VP to Sara's presidential candidacy..




nangangako na daw siya hindi pipikit sa gabi ng bilangan :lol:


Ke pumikit o hindi, wala silang magagawa sa "SmartMagic" :lol: :lol: :lol:

Author:  The.Equalizer [ Sat Jan 25, 2020 3:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: BBM for president

ano kaya ang feeling ni madam Leni na nag aambisyon sa 2022..





knowing fully well how Smartmagic "helped" her overhaul BBM's lead in a matter of hours :banghead:

and now realizing the same machinery is POSSIBLY at the disposal of the admin :lol:

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