It’s a hilarious irony to those who have bragged about bringing democracy, but instead, have used it in a dictatorial hue, just because someone is speaking a language other than theirs, and hers is more credible.
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WHINE MORE – MOCHA USON BLOG demanded by suspected yellow army to be shut down due to overwhelming influence
Patag’s supporters admire her apologetic gesture, but on closer examination, it turned out, Cynthia Patag was apologizing to the Paredes couple, not to Noel Asensio’s bereaved family.
CYNTHIA PATAG AND THE PAREDES COUPLE CAUGHT LYING ABOUT NOLI ASENSO’S DEATH, JUST TO DISCREDIT PRESIDENT DUTERTE!
Unfortunately, not only did this backfire, but now Patag and Paredes risks a lawsuit over this fabricated story.
The eviction brought much rejoice to people fed up with De Lima’s obvious bias and agenda to set in motion a cause to oust Rodrigo Duterte from the presidency.
SHITLIST: Here are people who are CELEBRATING and VERY HAPPY about the Davao City night market bombing
Because this kind of act is an eyesore that should be excised from society, let’s look for those who reveled at the expense of the grief of others.
According to reports, the crowds supporting Marcos’ burial at the Heroes’ Cemetery (locally called Libingan ng mga Bayani) match if not exceed those who are against it.
What can hurt defiant drug pushers more than being killed in a police operation? Their own flesh and blood gloating and rejoicing about their deaths.
RAPPLER SMARTING FROM THE BACKLASH – Internet news media outlet implements nigh dictatorial comment filtering
Rappler is hurting. And now it claims to be in the moral high ground and designates itself as the moral police. But unfortunately, they aren’t in the position to be so, with sloppy reporting, ignorant articles and questionable writers and contributors.
In his effort to make the Bureau of Customs (BOC) more transparent to the public, Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon announced on Monday that they are installing CCTV cameras in his office as well as in all frontline offices for online monitoring.
Apparently incensed by the falsehood, he went as far as threaten legal action against The Manila Times and the article writer.