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Is Marcos a HERO?
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 12:02 pm 
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Sorry Joey, And Duterte lied, said he had no financial backers , turned out Tony Boy Floirendo who has close ties with the Marcoses donated 75 million , and so did a number of personalities from the mining industry. Had a lot of OFW's donating hard earned money from their own pockets too , tsk tsk.
He also lied about pork barrel, said he hated it , the proposed new budget , showed a lot of lump sum allocations, Diokno is having a hard time defending it. Same dog different collar, and from the looks of it, a greater windfall for members of Congress.

We know that one . My brother manages our biz in Davao.
Floirendo actually backed Duterte. So did Quiboloy.
Floirendo's motive ? Protection from BBM and Imelda.
Marcos funded Florendo's banana plantation. Imelda funded the Pearl Farm.
BBM can easily grab their properties if he has higher-up power.

The other big contributors of Duterte are the merchants in Uyanguren St. , Davao. That's Chinatown, Davao.
Dozens of multi-million making stores operate there. Not one of them gets robbed because the criminals fear Duterte.
My brother knows one merchant who donates millions to the Dutertes before elections.


I really don't know the details of the pork barrel thingy now.
And do not have any idea how he can even get double the annual budget of PNoy.
Much less, 10 times that .

But, saying all that, I don't know why Duterte would possibly be corrupt now when he really hasn't been shown as that corrupt in Davao. He lives a modest life. Makes good money being a partner to a huge fleet of taxicabs in Davao. Word is, he's also part of the ferry business to Samal Island . That's a huge moneymaker.

If Duterte turns out to be corrupt, the country will really be in a bad shape .
We had high hopes for him.


No bank waiver for 400 million, and ghost employees? And the FOI, read it, executive privilege, the devil is in the details, you have to get permission to get information, not automatic. Belgica made a pathetic gesture of trying to obtain information about the DAP disbursements of the Aquino government thru the FOI, but the DBM website already had all the information including the lawmaker concerned , the project, the location of the project , including the amounts involved. Power has a way of corrupting especially if you have overstayed.
2 billion in intelligence funds , no paper trail, billions more in representation and transportation allowances and that pathetic gesture of serving munggo during his inauguration. And couldn't spare 1 billion for a Con Con? But don't take my word for it, check it out yourself.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 1:03 pm 
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No bank waiver for 400 million, and ghost employees? And the FOI, read it, executive privilege, the devil is in the details, you have to get permission to get information, not automatic. Belgica made a pathetic gesture of trying to obtain information about the DAP disbursements of the Aquino government thru the FOI, but the DBM website already had all the information including the lawmaker concerned , the project, the location of the project , including the amounts involved. Power has a way of corrupting especially if you have overstayed.
2 billion in intelligence funds , no paper trail, billions more in representation and transportation allowances and that pathetic gesture of serving munggo during his inauguration. And couldn't spare 1 billion for a Con Con? But don't take my word for it, check it out yourself.

That's all fkk'd up if true.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 2:12 pm 
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sa thread na ito, sigurado yung mga post lamang ni joey at emmanuel ang binabasa ng lahat , iyung iba nilalampasan na lng



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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 5:22 pm 
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gambol wrote:
sa thread na ito, sigurado yung mga post lamang ni joey at emmanuel ang binabasa ng lahat , iyung iba nilalampasan na lng



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So hindi ka interesado rito, Marcos wealth is very much expose his banking threshold or his said to be deposited wealth in swiss bank amounts to 987 billion dollars ten times the wealth of Bill Gates and that not including Imelda's jewelry and priceless paintings and other properties.

Hindi ka interesado kaya huwag mong panoorin. :lol:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvYuTpVSI2E


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 6:38 pm 
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Mga ugok talga mga loyalista. Di nila matanggap na hindi hero yung namemeke ng medalya hahahahha


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 7:05 pm 
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No bank waiver for 400 million, and ghost employees? And the FOI, read it, executive privilege, the devil is in the details, you have to get permission to get information, not automatic. Belgica made a pathetic gesture of trying to obtain information about the DAP disbursements of the Aquino government thru the FOI, but the DBM website already had all the information including the lawmaker concerned , the project, the location of the project , including the amounts involved. Power has a way of corrupting especially if you have overstayed.
2 billion in intelligence funds , no paper trail, billions more in representation and transportation allowances and that pathetic gesture of serving munggo during his inauguration. And couldn't spare 1 billion for a Con Con? But don't take my word for it, check it out yourself.

That's all fkk'd up if true.


Pork is back, they just changed the nomenclature and mechanism. Alvarez is trying to deny it because of the SC ruling but there are ways to skirt the law.http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/ ... siders-say Pork by any other name is the carrot stick which keeps members of Congress in line.

Duterte changes his mind faster than you can change a baby's diapers. One day he mentioned about outlawing online gambling, but just the other day, he is now allowing it provided it's not close to schools and the church.
He resorts to personal slurs, sexual innuendos against people critical of him. He calls De Lima immoral when he should be looking at the mirror himself. He treats the Philippines as his personal fiefdom. . He creates a matrix of people involved in drugs and presents it without any shred of evidence. He admits to fabricating evidence and sowing intrigues. Here's the videohttp://newsinfo.inquirer.net/80812 ... -intrigues And this is probably what's being done now to De Lima, intimidating people to stand as witnesses.
And lately he denies condoning extrajudicial killings but look at all his earlier and preceding statements and you could see that he actually encouraged it. Davao had close to 1400 unsolved killings where the police was nowhere in sight and always arrived late when the deed was done. And yet despite all those years, the drug menace still persists in Davao - how many surrendered in Davao? There is a double standard of justice in the country - in our barangay, it is general knowledge that the son of a former baranggay captain was responsible for the death of two lowly people. Guy is also a confirmed addict. His brother is now the barangay captain and this guy was even elected as a kagawad.
Yes Joey it's all fukked up.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 7:19 pm 
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All those billions and you can't spare change for a Con Con because you're not sure if the delegates elected would adhere to Duterte's wishes as compared to a Congress who would be salivating at the prospect of perpetuating themselves in power with no anti dynasty bill. http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/07/29/16/d ... lion-pesos


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 7:48 pm 
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It's obvious most of you here wants Duterte out. You're all suffering delusions that Duterte is just like Marcos. Why? He fights corruption and the criminals that destroy the country. Duterte was waging war against criminals brought by the traitors for 30 years in power after Marcos. It wasn't like this horrible during Marcos where families killing and raping each other because of drugs. Not to mention robbers and thieves can be seen everywhere on the streets. It's actually a breakdown of society as we know it. This is where good governance brought us after Marcos?
How do you analyzed this? Their's no more trust among neighbors, corruptions in the gov't. from top to bottom even ordinary employee won't do his/her job without bribes. People don't trust the police force and the military because they are the protectors and pushers them selves, officials were dumb doesn't even know their functions all they care about is how they can steal from their budgets and people's money. Media are paid to destroy those officials who doesn't pay. They are basically destroying our very own government that is now fighting criminals to change. In a war there's always death people died but we should have known at least the right side and against the criminals who brought all these problems to the country. Now who brought all these problems that breaks down our very fiber of society? It's not Marcos right? The people who overthrow Marcos did this. If you can't understand that you're one of the criminals. 8)


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 27, 2016 8:03 pm 
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No bank waiver for 400 million, and ghost employees? And the FOI, read it, executive privilege, the devil is in the details, you have to get permission to get information, not automatic. Belgica made a pathetic gesture of trying to obtain information about the DAP disbursements of the Aquino government thru the FOI, but the DBM website already had all the information including the lawmaker concerned , the project, the location of the project , including the amounts involved. Power has a way of corrupting especially if you have overstayed.
2 billion in intelligence funds , no paper trail, billions more in representation and transportation allowances and that pathetic gesture of serving munggo during his inauguration. And couldn't spare 1 billion for a Con Con? But don't take my word for it, check it out yourself.

That's all fkk'd up if true.


Pork is back, they just changed the nomenclature and mechanism. Alvarez is trying to deny it because of the SC ruling but there are ways to skirt the law.http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/ ... siders-say Pork by any other name is the carrot stick which keeps members of Congress in line.

Duterte changes his mind faster than you can change a baby's diapers. One day he mentioned about outlawing online gambling, but just the other day, he is now allowing it provided it's not close to schools and the church.
He resorts to personal slurs, sexual innuendos against people critical of him. He calls De Lima immoral when he should be looking at the mirror himself. He treats the Philippines as his personal fiefdom. . He creates a matrix of people involved in drugs and presents it without any shred of evidence. He admits to fabricating evidence and sowing intrigues. Here's the videohttp://newsinfo.inquirer.net/80812 ... -intrigues And this is probably what's being done now to De Lima, intimidating people to stand as witnesses.
And lately he denies condoning extrajudicial killings but look at all his earlier and preceding statements and you could see that he actually encouraged it. Davao had close to 1400 unsolved killings where the police was nowhere in sight and always arrived late when the deed was done. And yet despite all those years, the drug menace still persists in Davao - how many surrendered in Davao? There is a double standard of justice in the country - in our barangay, it is general knowledge that the son of a former baranggay captain was responsible for the death of two lowly people. Guy is also a confirmed addict. His brother is now the barangay captain and this guy was even elected as a kagawad.
Yes Joey it's all fukked up.



Wow! a de Lema fan right here.


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No bank waiver for 400 million, and ghost employees? And the FOI, read it, executive privilege, the devil is in the details, you have to get permission to get information, not automatic. Belgica made a pathetic gesture of trying to obtain information about the DAP disbursements of the Aquino government thru the FOI, but the DBM website already had all the information including the lawmaker concerned , the project, the location of the project , including the amounts involved. Power has a way of corrupting especially if you have overstayed.
2 billion in intelligence funds , no paper trail, billions more in representation and transportation allowances and that pathetic gesture of serving munggo during his inauguration. And couldn't spare 1 billion for a Con Con? But don't take my word for it, check it out yourself.

That's all fkk'd up if true.


Pork is back, they just changed the nomenclature and mechanism. Alvarez is trying to deny it because of the SC ruling but there are ways to skirt the law.http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/ ... siders-say Pork by any other name is the carrot stick which keeps members of Congress in line.

Duterte changes his mind faster than you can change a baby's diapers. One day he mentioned about outlawing online gambling, but just the other day, he is now allowing it provided it's not close to schools and the church.
He resorts to personal slurs, sexual innuendos against people critical of him. He calls De Lima immoral when he should be looking at the mirror himself. He treats the Philippines as his personal fiefdom. . He creates a matrix of people involved in drugs and presents it without any shred of evidence. He admits to fabricating evidence and sowing intrigues. Here's the videohttp://newsinfo.inquirer.net/80812 ... -intrigues And this is probably what's being done now to De Lima, intimidating people to stand as witnesses.
And lately he denies condoning extrajudicial killings but look at all his earlier and preceding statements and you could see that he actually encouraged it. Davao had close to 1400 unsolved killings where the police was nowhere in sight and always arrived late when the deed was done. And yet despite all those years, the drug menace still persists in Davao - how many surrendered in Davao? There is a double standard of justice in the country - in our barangay, it is general knowledge that the son of a former baranggay captain was responsible for the death of two lowly people. Guy is also a confirmed addict. His brother is now the barangay captain and this guy was even elected as a kagawad.
Yes Joey it's all fukked up.



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Wow! a de Lema fan right here.


And because I shot Duterte's statements full of holes I am now a De Lima fan, what logical thinking. Ilang linya ba ang tungkol kay De Lima ang nasa comments ko. What if I told you that you are a Panelo fan? That is a greater wow.


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De Lema.daw. :lol:


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No bank waiver for 400 million, and ghost employees? And the FOI, read it, executive privilege, the devil is in the details, you have to get permission to get information, not automatic. Belgica made a pathetic gesture of trying to obtain information about the DAP disbursements of the Aquino government thru the FOI, but the DBM website already had all the information including the lawmaker concerned , the project, the location of the project , including the amounts involved. Power has a way of corrupting especially if you have overstayed.
2 billion in intelligence funds , no paper trail, billions more in representation and transportation allowances and that pathetic gesture of serving munggo during his inauguration. And couldn't spare 1 billion for a Con Con? But don't take my word for it, check it out yourself.

That's all fkk'd up if true.


Pork is back, they just changed the nomenclature and mechanism. Alvarez is trying to deny it because of the SC ruling but there are ways to skirt the law.http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/ ... siders-say Pork by any other name is the carrot stick which keeps members of Congress in line.

Duterte changes his mind faster than you can change a baby's diapers. One day he mentioned about outlawing online gambling, but just the other day, he is now allowing it provided it's not close to schools and the church.
He resorts to personal slurs, sexual innuendos against people critical of him. He calls De Lima immoral when he should be looking at the mirror himself. He treats the Philippines as his personal fiefdom. . He creates a matrix of people involved in drugs and presents it without any shred of evidence. He admits to fabricating evidence and sowing intrigues. Here's the videohttp://newsinfo.inquirer.net/80812 ... -intrigues And this is probably what's being done now to De Lima, intimidating people to stand as witnesses.
And lately he denies condoning extrajudicial killings but look at all his earlier and preceding statements and you could see that he actually encouraged it. Davao had close to 1400 unsolved killings where the police was nowhere in sight and always arrived late when the deed was done. And yet despite all those years, the drug menace still persists in Davao - how many surrendered in Davao? There is a double standard of justice in the country - in our barangay, it is general knowledge that the son of a former baranggay captain was responsible for the death of two lowly people. Guy is also a confirmed addict. His brother is now the barangay captain and this guy was even elected as a kagawad.
Yes Joey it's all fukked up.


Yeah, i agree with the kid Emmanuel this time. Du30 seems to flip flop. He said he wants to leave UN then he changes his mind. He said he wants online gambling stopped realizes it's a money maker and then changes his mind. I hope he thinks before opening his mouth. Because It's becoming annoying he keeps FLIP FLOPPING.But i agree with you too. They are obviously biggest anti Du30. Sceptics! and probably wants to the status quo back with the yellow ruling the country.We can see their modus operandi! It doesn't change the fact that Du30 is doing his best to eradicate drugs and corruption and in a few months has done more than panot.


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tinanggal ko na rin si Emmanuel sa mga binabasa ko, si Joey na lng natira sa thread na to

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No bank waiver for 400 million, and ghost employees? And the FOI, read it, executive privilege, the devil is in the details, you have to get permission to get information, not automatic. Belgica made a pathetic gesture of trying to obtain information about the DAP disbursements of the Aquino government thru the FOI, but the DBM website already had all the information including the lawmaker concerned , the project, the location of the project , including the amounts involved. Power has a way of corrupting especially if you have overstayed.
2 billion in intelligence funds , no paper trail, billions more in representation and transportation allowances and that pathetic gesture of serving munggo during his inauguration. And couldn't spare 1 billion for a Con Con? But don't take my word for it, check it out yourself.

That's all fkk'd up if true.


Pork is back, they just changed the nomenclature and mechanism. Alvarez is trying to deny it because of the SC ruling but there are ways to skirt the law.http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/ ... siders-say Pork by any other name is the carrot stick which keeps members of Congress in line.

Duterte changes his mind faster than you can change a baby's diapers. One day he mentioned about outlawing online gambling, but just the other day, he is now allowing it provided it's not close to schools and the church.
He resorts to personal slurs, sexual innuendos against people critical of him. He calls De Lima immoral when he should be looking at the mirror himself. He treats the Philippines as his personal fiefdom. . He creates a matrix of people involved in drugs and presents it without any shred of evidence. He admits to fabricating evidence and sowing intrigues. Here's the videohttp://newsinfo.inquirer.net/80812 ... -intrigues And this is probably what's being done now to De Lima, intimidating people to stand as witnesses.
And lately he denies condoning extrajudicial killings but look at all his earlier and preceding statements and you could see that he actually encouraged it. Davao had close to 1400 unsolved killings where the police was nowhere in sight and always arrived late when the deed was done. And yet despite all those years, the drug menace still persists in Davao - how many surrendered in Davao? There is a double standard of justice in the country - in our barangay, it is general knowledge that the son of a former baranggay captain was responsible for the death of two lowly people. Guy is also a confirmed addict. His brother is now the barangay captain and this guy was even elected as a kagawad.
Yes Joey it's all fukked up.


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Yeah, i agree with the kid Emmanuel this time. Du30 seems to flip flop. He said he wants to leave UN then he changes his mind. He said he wants online gambling stopped realizes it's a money maker and then changes his mind. I hope he thinks before opening his mouth. Because It's becoming annoying he keeps FLIP FLOPPING.But i agree with you too. They are obviously biggest anti Du30. Sceptics! and probably wants to the status quo back with the yellow ruling the country.We can see their modus operandi! It doesn't change the fact that Du30 is doing his best to eradicate drugs and corruption and in a few months has done more than panot.

If you meant flip flopping , he has done more than Aquino, if you mean more extra judicial killings, yep he surely did, if you meant raising alarm from the international community , of course, if you meant more unsubstantiated allegations based on scrap papers, yep no question, Oh and might I add, he also admitted planting evidence and sowing intrigues. What a president - he really missed his calling. Don't read the article if you don't care just watch and listen to the video.
http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/808126/dut ... -intrigues


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De Lema.daw. :lol:

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