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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:53 am 
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Duterte story on touching maid normalizes abuse, Robredo says

Rosette Adel (philstar.com) - January 6, 2019 - 4:38pm


MANILA, Philippines— Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday criticized President Rodrigo Duterte’s latest controversial anecdote anew, saying it normalizes abuse.

On her weekly radio program, Robredo said Duterte should not have made his claims on touching a sleeping helper in public for it normalizes rape and sexual abuse.

“Sana iniisip na... hindi naman masama magbiro pero may mga biro na hindi talaga dapat ginagawa,” Robredo said on “BISErbisyongLENI.”

(I hope it was thought through… It’s not bad to joke but there are jokes that are not meant to be made)

“Yung pahayag na yun... nakakatakot na hindi naisip na napakarami nating mga kababayan na ang trabaho ay kasambahay sa ibang lugar at napakarami nang naitala na pang-aabuso sa kanila,” she added.

(That remark… It’s frightening because it seems to have been said without considering many Filipinos work abroad as domestic helpers and there have been many cases of abuse)

Robredo said many Filipinos have been raped and sexually abused by their employers, and for Duterte to use the narrative as a joke only places them at greater risk.

“Parang ginagawang normal... Parang ginamit mo ito bilang isang biro o pahayag, parang nano-normalize yung isang bagay na napakasama,” Robredo said.

(It’s like it makes it seem normal. Using it as a joke or a statement normalizes a thing that’s evil)

“Sana hindi na ito mangyari muli (I hope this won’t happen again),” she added, while acknowledging that making jokes isn't prohibited.

In June 2017, in response to another controversial remark from the president, the Commisison on Human Rights said that "jokes" about rape and abuse should not be brushed aside as harmless.

"Even in the context of a joke, the statement is a step-back to the advancement of human rights, particularly for women," the CHR said then, adding that the president's remark about rape, normalizes the objectification of women.

The statement was issued in response to Duterte saying: "What I don't like are kids (being raped.) You can mess with, maybe Miss Universe. Maybe I will even congratulate you for having the balls to rape somebody when you know you are going to die."

The Palace said then that "as far as the public is concerned, and they are the ones who really approve of him, they find the president as somebody who understands them, who has their common interests, their common good, at heart."

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 1:05 pm 
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Duterte story on touching maid normalizes abuse, Robredo says

Rosette Adel (philstar.com) - January 6, 2019 - 4:38pm


MANILA, Philippines— Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday criticized President Rodrigo Duterte’s latest controversial anecdote anew, saying it normalizes abuse.

On her weekly radio program, Robredo said Duterte should not have made his claims on touching a sleeping helper in public for it normalizes rape and sexual abuse.

“Sana iniisip na... hindi naman masama magbiro pero may mga biro na hindi talaga dapat ginagawa,” Robredo said on “BISErbisyongLENI.”

(I hope it was thought through… It’s not bad to joke but there are jokes that are not meant to be made)

“Yung pahayag na yun... nakakatakot na hindi naisip na napakarami nating mga kababayan na ang trabaho ay kasambahay sa ibang lugar at napakarami nang naitala na pang-aabuso sa kanila,” she added.

(That remark… It’s frightening because it seems to have been said without considering many Filipinos work abroad as domestic helpers and there have been many cases of abuse)

Robredo said many Filipinos have been raped and sexually abused by their employers, and for Duterte to use the narrative as a joke only places them at greater risk.

“Parang ginagawang normal... Parang ginamit mo ito bilang isang biro o pahayag, parang nano-normalize yung isang bagay na napakasama,” Robredo said.

(It’s like it makes it seem normal. Using it as a joke or a statement normalizes a thing that’s evil)

“Sana hindi na ito mangyari muli (I hope this won’t happen again),” she added, while acknowledging that making jokes isn't prohibited.

In June 2017, in response to another controversial remark from the president, the Commisison on Human Rights said that "jokes" about rape and abuse should not be brushed aside as harmless.

"Even in the context of a joke, the statement is a step-back to the advancement of human rights, particularly for women," the CHR said then, adding that the president's remark about rape, normalizes the objectification of women.

The statement was issued in response to Duterte saying: "What I don't like are kids (being raped.) You can mess with, maybe Miss Universe. Maybe I will even congratulate you for having the balls to rape somebody when you know you are going to die."

The Palace said then that "as far as the public is concerned, and they are the ones who really approve of him, they find the president as somebody who understands them, who has their common interests, their common good, at heart."




wahahahahahaha :celebrate: :bounce1:


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 8:36 pm 
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Bakit may naka highlight?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 8:53 am 
:shock:









:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: wahahahahahahaha


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:42 am 
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Robredo wary of Piñol’s proposal for nationwide river dredging: Makukurakot lang pera dyan!




:lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 2:20 pm 
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Robredo wary of Piñol’s proposal for nationwide river dredging: Makukurakot lang pera dyan!




:lol: :lol: :lol:


sarap haplusin ng tiyan at sabay sikmuraan tong babaeng to...

ung dike nga sa kanila di maayos pagkagawa... nandun pa ung pangalan nya...

nagmimiron na nman

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 4:36 pm 
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I agree with madam..
Dredging will just be a source of corruption...

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Hindi naman binaha ang Bicol..
Magaling ang preparation against Bagyong Usman...

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:50 am 
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Hindi naman binaha ang Bicol..
Magaling ang preparation against Bagyong Usman...


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Death toll from TD ‘Usman’ in Bicol Region reaches 57

Kulto News este.......UNTV News & Rescue wrote:
The wrath of tropical depression ‘Usman’ in the Bicol Region has caused the death of 57 individuals in landslides and drowning in floodwaters.

Based on the latest report of the Civil Defense Region, Camarines Sur has the highest number of casualties with 23 deaths.

This was followed by Albay with 15, Masbate with 7 and 6 for both Camarines Sur and Sorsogon.

Apart from the casualties, 11 persons were recorded injured and 11 others went missing on the onset of Usman in the region.

The Office of the Civil Defense Region 5 Regional Director Claudio Yucut insisted that they prepared for Usman and the local government did not lack in reminding residents of the possible disaster.

He said the problem was negligence of some residents since Usman was declared only as a low pressure area.

“Dahil na-declare na kasi nung umaga na-declare zero tropical cyclone warning ibig sabihin low pressure area na lang at kinagabihan doon nangyari yung maraming landslides. Yung nga tao kampante, zero na tropical warning signal,” said Office of the Civil Defense Dir. Claudio Yucut.

In Albay, two isolated landslides occurred.

In the town of Tiwi, 12 individuals have died in the landslide while three others died in Brgy. San Francisco, Legazpi City.

“Paano ba yan saan tayo hihingi ng tulong kasi ang bilis bilis ng pangyayari ng makita ko wala na talaga sila,” said Nany Lina, a mother of a victim.

The local government has promised to provide financial aid for the victims of the calamity.

Due to the serious damages left by Usman, Camarines Sur, Albay and Sorsogon were declared under state of calamity.

Although Usman has left the Philippine area of responsibility, isolated parts in Bicol Region are still experiencing rains.

OCD has yet to estimate the total cost of its damage to agriculture and properties.

Meanwhile, the search and retrieval operation continues for the victims of the calamity. — Joan Nano | UNTV News & Rescue


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:06 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Hindi naman binaha ang Bicol..
Magaling ang preparation against Bagyong Usman...


:shock:

Death toll from TD ‘Usman’ in Bicol Region reaches 57

Kulto News este.......UNTV News & Rescue wrote:
The wrath of tropical depression ‘Usman’ in the Bicol Region has caused the death of 57 individuals in landslides and drowning in floodwaters.

Based on the latest report of the Civil Defense Region, Camarines Sur has the highest number of casualties with 23 deaths.

This was followed by Albay with 15, Masbate with 7 and 6 for both Camarines Sur and Sorsogon.

Apart from the casualties, 11 persons were recorded injured and 11 others went missing on the onset of Usman in the region.

The Office of the Civil Defense Region 5 Regional Director Claudio Yucut insisted that they prepared for Usman and the local government did not lack in reminding residents of the possible disaster.

He said the problem was negligence of some residents since Usman was declared only as a low pressure area.

“Dahil na-declare na kasi nung umaga na-declare zero tropical cyclone warning ibig sabihin low pressure area na lang at kinagabihan doon nangyari yung maraming landslides. Yung nga tao kampante, zero na tropical warning signal,” said Office of the Civil Defense Dir. Claudio Yucut.

In Albay, two isolated landslides occurred.

In the town of Tiwi, 12 individuals have died in the landslide while three others died in Brgy. San Francisco, Legazpi City.

“Paano ba yan saan tayo hihingi ng tulong kasi ang bilis bilis ng pangyayari ng makita ko wala na talaga sila,” said Nany Lina, a mother of a victim.

The local government has promised to provide financial aid for the victims of the calamity.

Due to the serious damages left by Usman, Camarines Sur, Albay and Sorsogon were declared under state of calamity.

Although Usman has left the Philippine area of responsibility, isolated parts in Bicol Region are still experiencing rains.

OCD has yet to estimate the total cost of its damage to agriculture and properties.

Meanwhile, the search and retrieval operation continues for the victims of the calamity. — Joan Nano | UNTV News & Rescue


Mali ang kulto news..
Hindi yan Bicol...typo error yan..
Maganda ang ginawang paghahanda ng Bicol...

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:12 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
PeluBoy wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Hindi naman binaha ang Bicol..
Magaling ang preparation against Bagyong Usman...


:shock:

Death toll from TD ‘Usman’ in Bicol Region reaches 57

Kulto News este.......UNTV News & Rescue wrote:
The wrath of tropical depression ‘Usman’ in the Bicol Region has caused the death of 57 individuals in landslides and drowning in floodwaters.

Based on the latest report of the Civil Defense Region, Camarines Sur has the highest number of casualties with 23 deaths.

This was followed by Albay with 15, Masbate with 7 and 6 for both Camarines Sur and Sorsogon.

Apart from the casualties, 11 persons were recorded injured and 11 others went missing on the onset of Usman in the region.

The Office of the Civil Defense Region 5 Regional Director Claudio Yucut insisted that they prepared for Usman and the local government did not lack in reminding residents of the possible disaster.

He said the problem was negligence of some residents since Usman was declared only as a low pressure area.

“Dahil na-declare na kasi nung umaga na-declare zero tropical cyclone warning ibig sabihin low pressure area na lang at kinagabihan doon nangyari yung maraming landslides. Yung nga tao kampante, zero na tropical warning signal,” said Office of the Civil Defense Dir. Claudio Yucut.

In Albay, two isolated landslides occurred.

In the town of Tiwi, 12 individuals have died in the landslide while three others died in Brgy. San Francisco, Legazpi City.

“Paano ba yan saan tayo hihingi ng tulong kasi ang bilis bilis ng pangyayari ng makita ko wala na talaga sila,” said Nany Lina, a mother of a victim.

The local government has promised to provide financial aid for the victims of the calamity.

Due to the serious damages left by Usman, Camarines Sur, Albay and Sorsogon were declared under state of calamity.

Although Usman has left the Philippine area of responsibility, isolated parts in Bicol Region are still experiencing rains.

OCD has yet to estimate the total cost of its damage to agriculture and properties.

Meanwhile, the search and retrieval operation continues for the victims of the calamity. — Joan Nano | UNTV News & Rescue


Mali ang kulto news..
Hindi yan Bicol...typo error yan..
Maganda ang ginawang paghahanda ng Bicol...



Bakot yung nano naka highlight sa mga previous posts? Anong meron


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:56 pm 
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Kailangan ihighlight para makita. :biglaugh:

Magmeryenda na lang daw kesa dredging dredging na yan. :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:47 am 
:shock: para yan sa asawa ni Tita Nanie........................








si Tito 'Nano wahahahahahaha :bounce1:


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Kwento ng lolo ko, bata pa raw sya at pag pumupunta sa manila, laging road under repair sa may parteng camsur. Until now, andyan pa rin ang road repairs na di matapos tapos

Bopols din kasi mga taga camsur
Its villafuertes, andaya, fuentebella clans ang naghahari sa kanila for the last 50 yrs. Despite hrap harapan ng korapsyon, sila pa rin naghahari sa camsur

The only persons na nagbwas ng kamandag ng mga pesteng dynasty na yan were raul roco and jessie robredo. Only that, hanggang mayor lang sila ng naga city. Leni was never considered a threat ng mga dynasting to

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