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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 12:34 pm 
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as usual di tatanggapin... buwang na talaga..


kawawa...


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:29 pm 
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change the narrative daw :lol: e pano si Ninoy?


ginawang "hero", pero kinalimutan ang lahat ng istorya ng buhay niya :shock:

si Rizal nga e, magmula bata hanggang natigok.......dinidiscuss sa history books




tapos si Ninoy, andaming taboo topics...........talk about "revisionist" history, hindi naman porke ang Delawan ang unang umiyak na revisionist history ang ginagawa ng mga kabilang kampo, it does not mean they are not themselves guilty of it.....in fact sila pa nga ang naunang gumawa ng ganun e :(

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 4:21 pm 
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Anong balita dun sa judge na pinatay???



since di naman tulak o protektor ng droga ung judge, walang balita...

hindi kasama sa listahan ni digong ung judge, kaya hindi newsworthy ung pagkapatay...

at since kriminal at hindi mga pulis ang pumatay kay judge, tahimik ang CHR.

exactly brad :(


...it is so easy to discern that the noise, protestations, eherm "vigilance", of these so-called civic-minded leaders of society, who also happen to be part of the opposition now, are nothing but political weapons :shock:

...worse, it may be viewed as hypocrisy at the very least...how can they even vehemently fight for "human rights", when these same coalition virtually turned a blind eye on the state-sponsored killings done in the name of a certain hacienda, for one glaring example. "They" now champion the poor, drug-crazed victims of the ongoing anti-drug war, conveniently skipping over the fact that when "they" were in charge of what was supposed to be a new, fresh start for all Filipinos back in 1986, they failed to improve the plight of ordinary Filipinos, by maintaining the socioeconomic status quo and even strengthened the hold of the upper class on the traditional power structures of the nation--thus leaving no out for majority of the dirt-poor but to scrape a living any way they could, even dealing in shabu for literally chump change...the irony of it all, that even in their death, the masses are still being exploited by these human rights "champions", "libertarians", "advocates"...and any other "title" that sounds good enough to delude the gullible among the masses into stopping to think for themselves and examine the true agendas of these......wolves

.......and the worst case, one cannot help but see the obvious here....that from the start, this group of vested interests, politicians, "advocates", business movers, have been nothing but a hindrance to the admin's efforts against the illegal drug trade.......first they cried human rights, dragging the nation's government thru the mud in front of the whole world, filing cases here and there using their "connections" in international power ecosystems, then abusing our own internal government mechanisms in the legislature to hamper the drug efforts, even using the all-too-willing media all the time to try and drag down the popularity of the admin and even twist stories....and now, they have the supreme gall and temerity to criticize the progress, "failure", whatever they want to label the performance of the government, in its anti-drug war :shock:


.....alam mo yun, yung wala na ngang ginawa kundi mangontra sa paglaban sa droga, tapos sila pa ngayon ang very demanding manghingi ng resulta :lol:




yun iba diyan ang lakas pa magsabi na hoax daw ang drug war, kasi me nakalusot daw na bilyon droga......tanga lang ang hindi makakarealize na ngayon ngang me anti-drug war me nakakalusot pa din, e ano pa kaya nung panahon ni Panot na walang drug war?...and so what if me nakalusot, ihihinto na? :lol:



hindi nation-building ang gusto ng mga maiingay na yan :?


nosebleed ako sa high palutin english mo mang pacstorm... :lol:

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pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Anong balita dun sa judge na pinatay???



since di naman tulak o protektor ng droga ung judge, walang balita...

hindi kasama sa listahan ni digong ung judge, kaya hindi newsworthy ung pagkapatay...

at since kriminal at hindi mga pulis ang pumatay kay judge, tahimik ang CHR.


CHR will investigate daw...

I met this judge before...maybe sometime 2016...
Distant relative sya ng mga P sa Ozamiz...
He's not a member of Kuratong and he is a man of integrity...

Sayang...dapat binigyan yan ng 24hours protection considering he is helping to eradicate drugs in Ozamiz...

BTW, walang drugs sa Ozamiz ever..
Dumami lang ang drugs nung naging presidente na si Digong..

War on drugs is a hoax...

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tunay na tunay talaga ang war on drugs ni tatay digong.

kaya walang shabu galing tsina........wala, wala!


sinungaling lang talaga ang PDEA at ang mga aso nila.







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PeluBoy wrote:
pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Anong balita dun sa judge na pinatay???



since di naman tulak o protektor ng droga ung judge, walang balita...

hindi kasama sa listahan ni digong ung judge, kaya hindi newsworthy ung pagkapatay...

at since kriminal at hindi mga pulis ang pumatay kay judge, tahimik ang CHR.

exactly brad :(


...it is so easy to discern that the noise, protestations, eherm "vigilance", of these so-called civic-minded leaders of society, who also happen to be part of the opposition now, are nothing but political weapons :shock:

...worse, it may be viewed as hypocrisy at the very least...how can they even vehemently fight for "human rights", when these same coalition virtually turned a blind eye on the state-sponsored killings done in the name of a certain hacienda, for one glaring example. "They" now champion the poor, drug-crazed victims of the ongoing anti-drug war, conveniently skipping over the fact that when "they" were in charge of what was supposed to be a new, fresh start for all Filipinos back in 1986, they failed to improve the plight of ordinary Filipinos, by maintaining the socioeconomic status quo and even strengthened the hold of the upper class on the traditional power structures of the nation--thus leaving no out for majority of the dirt-poor but to scrape a living any way they could, even dealing in shabu for literally chump change...the irony of it all, that even in their death, the masses are still being exploited by these human rights "champions", "libertarians", "advocates"...and any other "title" that sounds good enough to delude the gullible among the masses into stopping to think for themselves and examine the true agendas of these......wolves

.......and the worst case, one cannot help but see the obvious here....that from the start, this group of vested interests, politicians, "advocates", business movers, have been nothing but a hindrance to the admin's efforts against the illegal drug trade.......first they cried human rights, dragging the nation's government thru the mud in front of the whole world, filing cases here and there using their "connections" in international power ecosystems, then abusing our own internal government mechanisms in the legislature to hamper the drug efforts, even using the all-too-willing media all the time to try and drag down the popularity of the admin and even twist stories....and now, they have the supreme gall and temerity to criticize the progress, "failure", whatever they want to label the performance of the government, in its anti-drug war :shock:


.....alam mo yun, yung wala na ngang ginawa kundi mangontra sa paglaban sa droga, tapos sila pa ngayon ang very demanding manghingi ng resulta :lol:




yun iba diyan ang lakas pa magsabi na hoax daw ang drug war, kasi me nakalusot daw na bilyon droga......tanga lang ang hindi makakarealize na ngayon ngang me anti-drug war me nakakalusot pa din, e ano pa kaya nung panahon ni Panot na walang drug war?...and so what if me nakalusot, ihihinto na? :lol:



hindi nation-building ang gusto ng mga maiingay na yan :?

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nosebleed ako sa high palutin english mo mang pacstorm... :lol:

hihihihihihih :bounce1: wag ka masyado maingay mang Jabz at baka yung unano na naman dagdagan ang handols ko

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JABEZJ wrote:
pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Anong balita dun sa judge na pinatay???



since di naman tulak o protektor ng droga ung judge, walang balita...

hindi kasama sa listahan ni digong ung judge, kaya hindi newsworthy ung pagkapatay...

at since kriminal at hindi mga pulis ang pumatay kay judge, tahimik ang CHR.


CHR will investigate daw...

I met this judge before...maybe sometime 2016...
Distant relative sya ng mga P sa Ozamiz...
He's not a member of Kuratong and he is a man of integrity...

Sayang...dapat binigyan yan ng 24hours protection considering he is helping to eradicate drugs in Ozamiz...

BTW, walang drugs sa Ozamiz ever..
Dumami lang ang drugs nung naging presidente na si Digong..

War on drugs is a hoax...

sayang si judge :shock:











.......in another vein, champion ka pa rin sa "subtlety" brad hihihihih :bounce1:



:celebrate:

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PDEA: Shabu floods Metro Manila streets; prices drop
Romina Cabrera (The Philippine Star) - October 10, 2018 - 12:00am


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MANILA, Philippines — While prices of basic commodities have been rising, the cost of methamphetamine hydrochloride or shabu has dropped by more than a third as a ton of the drug that slipped into the country through magnetic lifters has “flooded” the streets of Metro Manila, according to the head of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).

PDEA director general Aaron Aquino, in an interview with “The Chiefs” on Cignal TV’s OneNews, said shabu prices are now at their lowest at P1,600 to P2,000 per gram in the National Capital Region.

Shabu prices in Metro Manila peaked at P6,800 per gram at the height of the government’s war against illegal drugs, but prices have gone down as the P6.8-shabu shipment that made its way to a warehouse in Cavite is now circulating on the streets.

“It just shows (that) there is too much supply. Prices have gone down since the discovery of the magnetic lifters. The shabu is now on the streets, being used,” Aquino said in a mix of English and Filipino.

Aquino said there are indications that the shabu shipment was downloaded only in Metro Manila as shabu prices in adjacent regions, Central Luzon (Region 3) and Calabarzon (Region 4-A), remain high.

The PDEA chief earlier said they were able to track down the shipment but operatives were only able to recover a kilogram of shabu, as well as plastic, aluminum foil and other wrappings used to hide the drug.

Aquino said the P6.8-billion shabu shipment should not be denied by the Bureau of Customs (BOC), whose leadership claimed that the empty magnetic lifters did not contain drugs as these allegedly tested negative during a swab test.

Aquino also hit BOC Commissioner Isidro Lapeña’s for not ordering a full-blown investigation on the shipment.

“Never did I hear the commissioner (warn) that he will sack his employees (or) he will conduct a full-blown investigation on (who facilitated entry of) these particular magnetic lifters, which got out of customs. I never heard that,” Aquino added.

Aquino said he has talked to President Duterte and cleared up their contradicting statements when the Chief Executive said the presence of shabu in the empty magnetic lifters was “pure speculation.”

The National Bureau of Investigation is probing three individuals who figured in the controversial shipment, namely former PDEA deputy director general for administration Ismael Fajardo, BOC intelligence officer Jimmy Guban and dismissed Senior Supt. Eduardo Acierto.

Aquino said they are waiting for the committee report of Congress before charges are filed against the suspects.


Read more at https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2018 ... Qk2zFil.99

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Ninja cop siguro 'to. Ang hilig magrecycle eh.





..... Pero wala pa ding opinyon. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 8:04 am 
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Ninja cop siguro 'to. Ang hilig magrecycle eh.





..... Pero wala pa ding opinyon. :lol: :lol: :lol:



brad kung yung imbetard ang kalaban niya ng pananampalataya, "spamming" pa ang ibabato diyan hihihihihihih


....................pero dahil laruan natin ang ano na yan, mas ok na patuloy lang ang pag iyak niyan dito para enjoy lang tayong mga bumoto kay Digong wahahaha :bounce1:




kaya naman gulong gulong lang habang naiimbyerna na yung ano at mga kapanalig niyang Delawang uto-uto




:lol: :lol: :lol:

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PeluBoy wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Ninja cop siguro 'to. Ang hilig magrecycle eh.





..... Pero wala pa ding opinyon. :lol: :lol: :lol:



brad kung yung imbetard ang kalaban niya ng pananampalataya, "spamming" pa ang ibabato diyan hihihihihihih


....................pero dahil laruan natin ang ano na yan, mas ok na patuloy lang ang pag iyak niyan dito para enjoy lang tayong mga bumoto kay Digong wahahaha :bounce1:




kaya naman gulong gulong lang habang naiimbyerna na yung ano at mga kapanalig niyang Delawang uto-uto




:lol: :lol: :lol:

Tuloy lang ang gulong gulong brad. Hindi siya actually nakakahilo kahit tuloy tuloy. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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