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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:47 pm 
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tatlong klaseng galit..

1. galit na umaalburoto na damdamin. (lalo na sa mga matatanda)
2. galit na umiiyak dahil nasaktan. (yung mga silent majority kuno)
3. galit na pilit tinatawanan para mukhang di affected. (yung mga tumatalon talon sa iba't ibang thread at biglang lilipat)

sa tatlong yan... yung #3 ang pinaka kawawa..


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 7:58 pm 
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PDEA flags new party drugs entering PHL
August 21, 2018 | 5:45 pm


The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) said new psychoactive substances have entered the country and are being sold in the dark Web.

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“There is a trend now called new psychoactive substances,” PDEA spokesperson Derrick Arnold C. Carreon. “Ito pong party drugs natin (these party drugs) are sourced from outside the country. For instance, ito pong (this) ecstasy is from either Amsterdam or itong (this) last shipment was from France. Ito naman pong (these) industrial cleaners were, well of course, they were available from online and so many other illicit sources. The dark Web is one major threat to us and you know how kids are they have access to all sorts of information,” he said.

Mr. Carreon also noted that the new psychoactive substances are not covered by the current law on illegal drugs, citing party drug Gamma Butyrolactone.

“We’re currently moving towards its inclusion because its other variant Gamma Hydroxybutyrate or GHB which is liquid ecstasy is already included and this is used in tandem with other party drugs like ecstasy,” he said.

Despite this, Mr. Carreon said the agency is “on the right track” in its crackdown of illegal drug dealings in the country, with the provinces of Batanes, Romblon and Southern Leyte declared drug-free. — Vann Marlo M. Villegas



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Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said yesterday the parallel probe of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) will proceed even after the President said that PDEA’s claims could be mere speculation as there was no evidence backing the drug agency’s report.

DOJ probe on missing P6.8 billion shabu to proceed
Edu Punay (The Philippine Star) - August 21, 2018 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Justice (DOJ) is unfazed in its fact-finding investigation on the P6.8-billion shabu that allegedly slipped past the Bureau of Customs (BOC) despite President Duterte’s questions on the report of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).

Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra said yesterday the parallel probe of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) will proceed even after the President said that PDEA’s claims could be mere speculation as there was no evidence backing the drug agency’s report.

“I have not revoked my directive to the NBI to do its own probe. We leave no stones unturned when it comes to cases involving illegal drugs,” he said in a text message.

PDEA agents recently seized four magnetic lifters believed to have contained the smuggled shabu at a warehouse in General Mariano Alvarez, Cavite.

Drug-sniffing dogs detected traces of narcotics in the empty magnetic lifters, but Duterte was not convinced.

In his speech last week, Duterte branded as “pure speculation” the claim of PDEA chief Aaron Aquino that the shabu shipment may have already been distributed in the illegal drug trade market in the country.

“There was nothing there. They presumed it was filled with shabu and made assumption on the prices. You do not go into speculative content. You must be very sure that you have the goods,” the President said.

Despite this, Guevarra said the NBI would still pursue its probe to verify PDEA’s report, trace how the latest shabu shipment was able to pass through the BOC, and pinpoint who were the officials and personalities responsible for it.

Guevarra also ordered the NBI to file charges against those who would be found criminally liable for drug smuggling.

“We will wait for an update from the NBI to know if there’s need to take more action,” he added.

The DOJ chief cited the possibility of ordering the NBI to hunt down the 11 Chinese nationals led by a certain Chao Yue Wah, alias KC Chan, Albert Chan or Tony Chan and to also secure a precautionary hold departure order against them.

Aquino said he believed that some officials in BOC could be responsible for the smuggling and were in cahoots with a drug syndicate.

The PDEA chief cited the similarity in the smuggling of the P6.8-billion shabu shipment to what was used to smuggle P4.3 billion worth of shabu seized at the Port of Manila last week.

He said dogs detected traces of illegal drugs in the empty magnetic lifters, similar to the two seized at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) also last week which contained an estimated 500 kilograms of shabu.

Drug rings operating in the Golden Triangle in the shared borders of Laos, Myanmar and Thailand are believed to be behind the multibillion-peso shabu shipments.

According to PDEA, the shipment was sourced from Taiwan and used Malaysia as a transshipment point before entering the Philippines. It reportedly came into the Philippines at the end of June and was dispatched to the warehouse, rented at P150,000 per month for a year, by July 13.

Several men reportedly unloaded the illicit shipment on the night of July 15, taking three to four hours to load the drugs into an estimated 17 luggage trolley bags.


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Garma suspects existence of shabu warehouse in Cebu
By Nestle L. Semilla|August 21,2018 - 02:57 PM

Despite numerous police operations, illegal drugs continue to thrive on the streets.

Senior Supt. Royina Garma, director of Cebu City Police Office (CCPO), believes there is a “bodega” or warehouse of shabu in Cebu.

She is also not discounting the possibility of a shabu laboratory in Cebu.

Garma admitted that she too could not understand the continuous supply of shabu in Cebu amid their anti-narcotics operations.

The city police director said they are conducting an investigation on the supply of drugs in Cebu.



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P6.5-M shabu seized in Cebu City drug bust
BY RHEA RUTH ROSELL ON AUGUST 21, 2018


POLICE arrested a new player in the drug market who was out on bail for illegal drugs possession, in a buy-bust in a depressed community of Upper Kawayan, Cebu City on Monday.

Police seized five big packs and one medium sachet containing shabu from Reinhard Moreno, 29, of Barangay Sambag 2 in Cebu City.

Senior Insp. Maria Theresa Macatangay, chief of the Fuente Police Station 2, said the arrest of Moreno came after a police poseur-buyer bought from him a medium-sized sachet of shabu for P12,000 at about 6:35 a.m. on Monday.

Macatangay said Moreno did not resist arrest and admitted that he is involved in the illegal drug trade.


“He is new [in the illegal drug trade]and started as a runner,” Macatangay told The Manila Times.

She said Moreno was arrested on June 5 and July 22 for possession of illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia in violation of Section 11 and 12 of Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, and was out on bail.

A background check revealed that Moreno, who is unemployed, has a “middleman” detained in the Cebu City Jail. “The middleman would text or call him to meet up with the drug supplier and dispose of it in the market,” Macatangay said.

The case was referred to the City Intelligence Branch of Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) for further investigation because of the high value of the seized drugs.



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Ex-PDEA interpreter one of two Chinese shot dead in Manila
Published August 21, 2018 1:57pm




A former interpreter for the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) was one of the two Chinese nationals shot dead minutes after stepping out of detention in Manila over the weekend.

Yi Shuo Yan, who was arrested and charged with drug possession with Lieutenant Colonel Ferdinand Marcelino in 2016, fell to riding-in-tandem assailants last Saturday, according to a report by Raffy Tima on Balitanghali on Tuesday.

Yan and Marcelino, a former PDEA official, were caught during a raid in a shabu laboratory in Sta. Cruz, Manila in January 2016. Marcelino claimed he was performing surveillance work when arrested for possession of 76.7 kilograms of shabu and 490 milliliters of liquid shabu. Yan on the other hand said he was acting as an "action agent", which was denied by PDEA.

They were detained until a Manila court ordered their release after the Department of Justice withdrew charges against them in 2017.

Also killed in last Saturday's shooting was Wu Huai Hong, who along with Marcelino's alleged cohort had just walked out on bail from the Manila Police District Headquarters after a few days' detention over a complaint for direct assault, resisting arrest, and alarm and scandal, according to the report.

Police are considering the possibility of the duo's involvement in the drug trade.

"It turned out na itong dalawang Chinese na ito are allegedly involved in drug peddling, big time. We're looking into that possibility na drug war ito," said Philippine National Police chief Director General Oscar Albayalde.

Police Superintendent Carlo Magno Manuel, spokesperson of the MPD, said the two had been involved in illegal drugs in 2015 and that police are finding out if they were on PDEA's drug watch list. —Nicole-Anne C. Lagrimas/KG, GMA News



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 8:08 am 
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up ulit! :lol: :lol: :lol:

tiyanak2 wrote:
tiyanak2 wrote:
tatlong klaseng galit..

1. galit na umaalburoto na damdamin. (lalo na sa mga matatanda)
2. galit na umiiyak dahil nasaktan. (yung mga silent majority kuno)
3. galit na pilit tinatawanan para mukhang di affected. (yung mga tumatalon talon sa iba't ibang thread at biglang lilipat)

sa tatlong yan... yung #3 ang pinaka kawawa..


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 8:59 pm 
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war on drugs...........pagkalipas ng mahigit dalawang taon ay bigong-bigo pa rin.

tone-tonelada pa rin ang pasok ng droga at sa custom express lane pa dumadaan.




war on rice..............abot-kamay na ang tagumpay.

nagkaka-ubusan na.









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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2018 2:18 pm 
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war on drugs...........pagkalipas ng mahigit dalawang taon ay bigong-bigo pa rin.

tone-tonelada pa rin ang pasok ng droga at sa custom express lane pa dumadaan.




war on rice..............abot-kamay na ang tagumpay.

nagkaka-ubusan na.









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war ng mga iyakin, tuloy tuloy lang :lol: :lol:

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dumaan na naman ang pinaka bigatooth na poster ng Pacland. as usual, walang sustansya. :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2018 5:21 pm 
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dumaan na naman ang pinaka bigatooth na poster ng Pacland. as usual, walang sustansya. :lol:


fact yun.... anong walang sustansya? :lol: :lol:

bakit natigil kana ba sa kakaiyak mo roberta? :lol: :lol:

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kitams? :lol:

matanda na pero kung mag post parang batang musmos lang. kahit anong forum, walang ka susta sustansya mga posts. :lol:

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Drugs in PH are being imported from Taiwan’s Bamboo Triad — Duterte
By: Nestor Corrales - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ INQUIRER.net / 07:33 PM August 21, 2018
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President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday claimed that the illegal drugs circulating in the Philippines are now being imported from the so-called Bamboo Triad.

“There is no more laboratory, if at all, here in the Philippines. They are avoiding it because it is very dangerous. Kasi alam nila patay talaga sila,” Duterte said in a speech during the League of Municipalities of the Philippines (LMP) Visayas Island Cluster Conference in Cebu City.

“So what we have now is imported. It comes from the Bamboo Triad,” he added.

“There is no more laboratory, if at all, here in the Philippines. They are avoiding it because it is very dangerous,” Duterte said in a speech during the League of Municipalities of the Philippines (LMP) Visayas Island Cluster Conference in Cebu City.

“What we have now is imported, it comes from the Bamboo Triad,” he added.

The Bamboo Triad, based in Taiwan, is the organized-crime group that has been supplying illegal drugs to the Philippines.

This was not the first time the President claimed that the Bamboo Triad has been supplying illegal drugs to the Philippines.

Duterte also said that cocaine “is making its headway” in the country through the Sinaloa connection.

Duterte’s statement came after four magnetic lifters, believed to have contained an estimated P6.8 billion worth of shabu was smuggled into the country.

However, the President had earlier said it was “mere speculation.”

This was not the first time the President claimed that the Bamboo Triad has been supplying illegal drugs to the Philippines.

READ: Duterte: Triad supplying illegal drugs to PH is based in Taiwan, not China

Duterte, whose war on drugs has been widely criticized, said drugs would drag the country down.

“Drugs will pull us down, maniwala kayo,” he said. /vpp



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