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PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:44 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:29 pm 
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selpe-selpe lang talaga ang libangan ni vp bong go bilyonaryo. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:40 pm 
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walang wentang senate hearing. sayang lang daw oras at pera ng taumbayan. nagpauto kasi sila sa magsyotang Trillanes at Alejano. Eh parang kwentong EDAP at Adme lang yan. masyotang ayaw umamin.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 1:48 pm 
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ang tanong na hindi pa nasagot, ba't kelangan mag intervene ng Malacanang at Bong Go kung ang gusto ng Navy ay yung Tacticos Thales instead yung gusto ng Korean supplier, Hanwha Thales. merong paper trail where Malacanang and Bong Go were very much involved in pressing the Navy to choose Hanwha Thales instead of Tacitcos Thales, the result of which was the firing of one Navy admiral.

And why would Malacanang and Bong Go pressure the Navy to follow a contract wherein a mysterious copy was found inserted in the contract but not reviewed by the Navy, saying the Korean shi builder has the last say on which system to use.

And again, why would Malacanang go on the extra mile to push one lie that the decision on the Navy frigate system has been decided by the previous administration, when the paper trail (again) showed otherwise.

Billion peso ang involved na pera dito, like the Billion peso worth na droga na napuslit in the past two years.

kaya siguro nakuha sabihin ni Duterte na Bilyonaryo si Bong Go, kasi bilyon na naman ang involved sa transaction na ito.

what a scam, this government is...

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 4:27 pm 
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Maglabas ka muna ng ebidensya dr. Puro ka chismis e. Lahat ng involve dineny na may kinalaman si bong go. Kayo lang dalawa ni alejano ang ayaw maniwala. Magpatawag ka na rin ng hearing sa sarili mong senado.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 4:53 pm 
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don robert wrote:
ang tanong na hindi pa nasagot, ba't kelangan mag intervene ng Malacanang at Bong Go kung ang gusto ng Navy ay yung Tacticos Thales instead yung gusto ng Korean supplier, Hanwha Thales. merong paper trail where Malacanang and Bong Go were very much involved in pressing the Navy to choose Hanwha Thales instead of Tacitcos Thales, the result of which was the firing of one Navy admiral.

And why would Malacanang and Bong Go pressure the Navy to follow a contract wherein a mysterious copy was found inserted in the contract but not reviewed by the Navy, saying the Korean shi builder has the last say on which system to use.

And again, why would Malacanang go on the extra mile to push one lie that the decision on the Navy frigate system has been decided by the previous administration, when the paper trail (again) showed otherwise.

Billion peso ang involved na pera dito, like the Billion peso worth na droga na napuslit in the past two years.

kaya siguro nakuha sabihin ni Duterte na Bilyonaryo si Bong Go, kasi bilyon na naman ang involved sa transaction na ito.

what a scam, this government is...


mahilig ka talaga sa fake news ano?

http://www.facebook.com/krislamjunsay/videos/2038717886410767/

yang tanong mo, sinagot na yan sa hearing... inulit pa ni Roque...

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 2:03 am 
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pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
don robert wrote:
ang tanong na hindi pa nasagot, ba't kelangan mag intervene ng Malacanang at Bong Go kung ang gusto ng Navy ay yung Tacticos Thales instead yung gusto ng Korean supplier, Hanwha Thales. merong paper trail where Malacanang and Bong Go were very much involved in pressing the Navy to choose Hanwha Thales instead of Tacitcos Thales, the result of which was the firing of one Navy admiral.

And why would Malacanang and Bong Go pressure the Navy to follow a contract wherein a mysterious copy was found inserted in the contract but not reviewed by the Navy, saying the Korean shi builder has the last say on which system to use.

And again, why would Malacanang go on the extra mile to push one lie that the decision on the Navy frigate system has been decided by the previous administration, when the paper trail (again) showed otherwise.

Billion peso ang involved na pera dito, like the Billion peso worth na droga na napuslit in the past two years.

kaya siguro nakuha sabihin ni Duterte na Bilyonaryo si Bong Go, kasi bilyon na naman ang involved sa transaction na ito.

what a scam, this government is...


mahilig ka talaga sa fake news ano?

http://www.facebook.com/krislamjunsay/videos/2038717886410767/

yang tanong mo, sinagot na yan sa hearing... inulit pa ni Roque...



sinagot ba base dun sa link mo? :lol:

clearly from your link, the government is playing 'semantics' on the word "intervene".

I am not siding with Rappler, but if we base our discussion on facts, you can use the word "intervene" in the case of Bong Go.

First, Lorenzano himself wrote the name Bong Go. Of course, we now know he chnaged his tune, kesyo nag assume lang sya na galing ke Bong Go yung instruction. I don't know with you but hindi naman tayo ganun ka tanga para outright maniwala sa sinasabi ni Lorenzana. Kasi a DOCUMENT will prove that it was Bong Go, kasi naka address sa kanya at sa presidente ang reply ng Navy, as per request of Lorenzana in the "post it" paper. It is so hilarious now that Lorenzana wanted to pass it off as nothing but 'informal' yung note nya. Pero like I said, base sa evidence thru the response of the Navy, which was again DOCUMENTED, bore the name of Bong Go as one of the addressee.

Second, there is another DOCUMENT coming from the office of Bong Go, inviting the Navy to attend a meeting. There were a total of THREE DOCUMENTS where Bong Go was directly or indirectly linked.

It is now clear that the issue was to force the Navy to accept the Korean system instead of the one the Navy preferred was confirmed with the relief of then Admiral Mercado.

The only defense that Bong Go and Lorenzana can say is to deny that Bong Go himself was not involved when it is FACTUAL his name appeared on THREE DOCUMENTS involving the Frigate system.

Of course, it follows that it was not all Bong Go. Him being a "special assistant" to the President. Both are involved, Bong Go and Duterte.

Hindi mo lang matanggap yan kasi ang pagka fanatic mo, malalim na. Kahit kumain ng ebak si Duterte, sasabihin mo na tinapay yun. :banghead:

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 10:09 am 
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Sayang yung excitement ni trililing bokya na naman. :whistle: :lol:

Di bale abswelto naman sila ni leila sa ethics complaint sa senado. :roll:


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 1:42 pm 
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Gusto pala ni digong na magpadala ng sundalo natin sa China para magtraining o schooling. Magandang pagkakataon to para matutunana ng mga sundalo natin ang kultura ng China at paigtingin ang ugnayang pambansa ng Pilipinas at China. May balak din daw magpadala sa Russia. Paraan na ito para makakuha ng armas pandigma sa China at Russia. Mahirap din umasa sa Tate. Kapag hindi na nila mapasunod ang Pinas ay baka hindi na sila magbenta ng armas sa atin. Kahit yung ibang western suppliers pwede rin diktahan ng US na huwag magbenta sa atin. Kailangan ng alternatibo.

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Duterte hits 'stupid' Canada over botched chopper deal
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MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday slammed Ottawa over a $233-million chopper deal that did not push through after some Canadian politicians questioned the purchase amid reported human rights violations in the Philippines.

Canada orders review of deal to sell helicopters to Philippines
"Tingnan mo how stupid the Canadians are, very stupid. Pumayag sila na mapagbili. Noong ma-deliver na sabi nila, 'Ah but you cannot use these for military or punitive actions by the police. This is only good for evacuation and 'yung mga humanitarian... You cannot use these against your own citizens,'" Duterte said.

(Look at how stupid the Canadians are, very stupid. They agreed to sell the helicopters. But when these were due to be delivered, they said, 'Ah but you cannot use these for military or punitive actions bu the police. This is only good for evacuation and humanitarian operations. You cannot use these against your own citizens.')

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"My God, you Canadians how stupid can you get? Our citizens are joining the ISIS so we have every right to kill our citizens because we do not want to destroy the community with apathy," he added.

Duterte made the remarks in a speech during the general assembly of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines.

Ottawa in February signed the deal to sell 16 Bell helicopters to Manila on the understanding that these would be used for search-and-rescue missions, Canada's International Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne earlier said.


A Philippine defense department spokesman, however, said its air force would use the aircraft for disaster response and humanitarian missions, but also for "anti-terrorism".

Major-General Restituto Padilla, the military's deputy chief of staff, later said this did not mean they would be used as "attack helicopters".

Canada nonetheless ordered a review of the deal, prompting Duterte to cancel the purchase.

The Bell 412EPI helicopters were due be delivered early next year as the Philippine military prepares to step up operations against Islamist and communist rebels.

Asked whether he was concerned the helicopters might be used against Filipino citizens, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had said: "Absolutely."

Canada has very clear regulations about to whom it can sell weapons and how they can be used, he said during a question and answer event at the University of Chicago.

In November, Duterte publicly criticized Trudeau at a regional summit in Manila for raising questions about his war on drugs.

Some 4,000 Filipinos have been killed by police in the campaign since June 2016. Human rights groups accuse police of carrying out illegal killings, staging crime scenes and falsifying reports, a charge they deny.

-- with Vivienne Gulla, ABS-CBN News; Reuters, Agence France-Presse


http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/03/21/18/d ... opper-deal

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tinanggap naman pala ng Duterte administration ang bigay ng big bad US...

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:55 pm 
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Hindi naman ipokrito ang admin gaya mo dr. Basta walang strings attached pwede lalo na kung libre.
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