Thursday, May 13, 2010
I would like to take this opportunity to say Congratulations to all winners.
But i JUST CANNOT HELP but connect the dots...
I have no PROOF of cheating and i am relying on mere human speculation.. but the major winners: Aquino, BINAY, Drilon, Enrile, RECTO, SOTTO, Osmena, Guingona, BISTEK, JunJun BINAY, Fred Lim. Is it not obvious that these are mostly people connected with the OLD Aquino administration...
Did these people not prove that they have been either corrupt or screwed in the brain about ruling the country? I don't know... really.
I WILL ADVICE EVERYONE TO BE POLITICALLY INVOLVED FOR THE NEXT SIX YEARS AND KEEP A KEEN EYE ON THE NEW ADMINISTRATION. Thank you
Friday, May 7, 2010
This article was circulating in the net and I just had to grab and re-post it for everyone to see, please check it out!!!
May 8, 2010 (Saturday) Carmen N. Pedrosa
The machines that will fail; letters from Boston
It is not as if it is being said for the first time. I repeat what others have said that failure of election will not come from the PCOS but from two other machines - FV (Filipino voter) and FC (Filipino candidates).
The machines are so out of date, they cannot function properly for the selection of leaders for our country. The FV is out of sync and performs as if it has nothing to do with why he is voting a particular FC. The FC operates within this flaw and produces results with nothing to do with FV.
That in brief is the problem we face when the results are known after May 10. When disaster strikes and the country malfunctions (with candidates declaring beforehand that they will not accept defeat) let us put the blame on those who refused to accept that the machines are not and cannot work unless these are fixed.
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Among those I turned to in my quest for information that would help voters choose a qualified candidate to be our president is another family friend of both the Aquinos and the Agulars. They formed a tightly knit Filipino community in Boston. Let us just call him Jim because, he, too like so many others who have something to say about Noynoy as unfit to be president of the Philippines does not want to expose himself.
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Dear Ms. Pedrosa
Just when I think of giving up on RP...because it doesn't want to be helped...I meet someone of your high stature---who is into saving RP (from dud leaders?). I am naturally encouraged again.
To go into your inquiry, I am sorry to tell you that I do not have any medical information about Noynoy.
Seriously, I don't hope to go into that route. I have always relied on my own personal observation and inference in evaluating a person, and that is how I form my idea of someone who should not even think of being president.
I'm sorry to sound preachy, but I think it is time for us Filipinos to discern that way about candidates who simply "like" public positions, but which are out of their aptitude.
The Agulars and I stayed together everyday of my trip there leading to the Upsilon reunion at the Manila Polo Club. Steve and I belong to that Batch. And to his widow and son's family, it was a sentimental reunion with "Steve's brods."
To this day, we are each other's extended families, as when we both lived in Massachusetts.
Personally, I think the Agulars, (especially the late Dr. S. Agular), are apolitical. But they are very loyal to family friends. The Aquinos are one.
In politics, I am more loyal to RP ( the Republic of the Philippines. That's why Gordon is my candidate. I wish to read more of your regular columns. I think we have many sensible things in common about what is good for RP.
This letter was followed by another.
Thank you for this attention…tho' undeserved... but I would rather not be another 'witness to corroborate' the imperfections of Noynoy. I believe we have enough evidence in the open to convince a nation that Noynoy should best be left to himself...not running for president...and certainly not be used---not by his sisters, not by his relatives, and not fussed about by the media.
Unfortunately, the RP media abetted this yet another political aberration. It's our culture and our habit to promote the bizarre and the incompetent, e.g. Erap, Lapid, Revilla, etc.
We prefer to be entertained, it seems that way. And this might sell newspapers, but it carries no responsibility.
I could not believe, for instance, the headlines that came out from both The Philippine Inquirer and the Philippine Star newspapers. They actually hailed the dramatic internal struggle of Noynoy to make a decision for the 'big plum.' Is there a movie about this heir cashing in on a huge political inheritance?
That's right...the media played a big part in making a Noynoy attractive to the millions of impressionable voters. Of course, it's not lost in me that we (you & I?) might be that child yelling to the crowd that the king is shriveled in the head, and has no clothes.
But we have to look back some 30 years ago. How much can we rely on Pinoy "kantiyaw" humor...things said in anecdotal bantering of a small party of friends?
In MA then, I remember asking why..."itong anak ni Ninoy ang layo kung sumagot." (not in the presence of Ninoy, of course.)
And the answer I got was: ..."kasi may kulang." ...which was consistent with what I thought was a missing bolt in his head. (never occurred to me that he would run for president, let alone his mother, Cory!...years after. Cory, I think, was a disaster for RP.)
Thirty years since...I repeated the incident, and the answer I got was: "ikaw naman...! 'di naman gano'n ang ibig sabihin ng "kulang".
And what did it mean? The explanation was that...he was "kulang sa pansin ng tatay"....because all the attention was given to the (spoiled) youngest, Kris. And this, supposedly, had a big impact on the "kid."
I see...but not quite. I may get into EXPLANATIONS, but still this is not the DISCUSSION I want to get into with my friends. So I left this matter to rest. Besides, it is a 30 year-old personal observation of a "kid". Times have changed. I'm often chided. Even some people are able to get out of cancer, so I'm reminded.
Today, I am further reassured, "Have you heard Noynoy speak lately? He KNOWS how to speak in public now."
And is this why 'that kid' is urged to run for president?!?
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These letters reinforce the opinion that the validity of a psychiatric report on a person’s ability to lead does not rest on whether the report was signed. Indeed the report can be true even without a signature.
What is necessary is that what it reports can be verified through other means. It is not the signature that makes the report. Experts arrive at their conclusions by observation, asking questions and then evaluating their observations through the prism of knowledge through textbooks and experience. Ordinary people can do the same without having formal expertise.
Reports do not become bogus for a lack of signature. The details of the report have been reported widely and interpreted by its readers according to what they hear, what they see, and make their own profile of the person concerned.
Thursday, May 6, 2010
I came across this article from the DAILY TRIBUNE that shows the true legacy of the Aquinos and it started way before Ninoy, see for yourself:
Like Lolo Like Father Like Son
In a way, I feel sorry for Noynoy. He looks like a little boy suddenly thrust in the man-size war zone of politics. Egged on by opportunists, misguided clerics, arrogant elitists, and lately the meddlesome Time Magazine, he now basks in the vanishing afterglow of Edsa l, proclaiming a right to the presidency on the basis of family relations. He would have us vote him for president because he is the son of Ninoy the slain martyr and Cory the revered saint, the grandson of a public servant named Benigno Aquino Sr., the brother of famous TV host Kris and the brother-in-law of basketball superstar James Yap.
Unfortunately, Noynoy has nothing much to show for himself except as an alleged participant in the massacre of farmers in the family-owned Hacienda Luisita and the owner of a sub-standard legislative record. The scary part is he now threatens to hose down a nation on fire. But for the fact that Noynoy seriously exalts his lineage as the underpinning of his quest for the presidency, I would hate to rake up the past of dead people. However, we now stand in the electoral doorway to freedom, and it would be rank treason if I chose not to uphold the truth that is supposed to set us free.
See any old folk if you care to know if Benigno Aquino Sr. was a despised traitor to Filipinos during World War ll. I remember my grandfather and his friends telling stories about Ninoy’s father being a “Makapili” undercover agent (a Japanese collaborator) who spied on the secret activities of Filipino guerillas, and that it was for this treasonous behavior that he was often jeered and stoned in public. He was a member of the Philippine puppet government whose son Ninoy and grandson Noynoy would in their respective times be similarly lured into politics.
In this connection, it is interesting to note that certain traits, genetic or otherwise, do run through generations within a family. Don’t voters now have the right to apply the modified aphorism “like lolo, like father, like son?” I now speak from personal knowledge if not with moral certainty: I share the view of countless others that Ninoy Aquino was a ruthless man. To believe what had then become folklore, I had to actually see and hear him brag how some suspected cattle rustlers writhed to death from a poison he had laced their food with.
More horrendous is the lingering widespread suspicion that he purposely did not attend an LP meeting de avance at Plaza Miranda which he was supposed to emcee. Already believable is: Ninoy knew the communists would bomb the makeshift stage at 10 in the evening to annihilate the party’s bigwigs, blame President Ferdinand Marcos for the carnage, and groom him as the sole surviving opposition challenger to the reelectionist Marcos. And where was Ninoy at 10 that night? At an insignificant despedida de soltera — to which I had also been invited — watching the rally on TV and looking fidgety until the grenades exploded shortly past 10.
During the years that followed, Doy Laurel and I would share the same suspicions about Ninoy — until the communists eventually announced the carnage was their handiwork.
Ninoy once urged me to build a private army which the Roys could use to gain political supremacy in Tarlac’s first district. For starters, he offered me half a dozen hitmen and gangsters — probably communists — but I flatly rejected the offer. I told him we were a non-violent family in full support of Danding Cojuangco’s armed struggle to drive the Reds out of the province.
Obviously Ninoy had hoped to intrigue between the Cojuangcos and the Roys in order to gain control of the district; but he failed. It was the same old Machiavellian divide-and-rule tactic which triggered a shootout between the rebel forces of Huk Kumander Alibasbas and those of Huk Kumander Sumulong. From the resulting disarray emerged a unifying commie leader in the persona of Ninoy. The Reds would henceforth remain supportive of Ninoy’s consuming obsession to be president of the country.
This piece cannot end without citing the case of Rafael Suarez, a charismatic wealthy hacendero who ran for mayor of Concepcion, Tarlac, under the NP flag. Failing to convince Suarez to run as an LP candidate, Ninoy warned Suarez he would not assume office if he won. Suarez handily beat Ninoy’s candidate. Shortly thereafter, Suarez miraculously survived a highway ambush that killed his driver. Who did it, John Dillinger? Suarez incidentally was my late brother’s father-in-law.
Noynoy for president? Think again. Not even Cory would endorse him if a certain Dr. Armando Armas were to be believed in his forthcoming explosive book. Think again, if you don’t want this country to be run by Joma Sison and his Maoist comrades.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
"In politics, 'Noy has won 3 straight terms sa Congress & won almost 15 million votes sa Senatorial in 2007,"
"How sad na he didn't think na in politics- knock out nga sya."
"In politics si Noy ang may napatunayan because Noy has never lost an election! Ika nga, undefeated ang record nya!"
This is the bullcrap that Kris Aquino Twitted (Or Tweeted, I personally don't know because i don't do Twitter) in reaction to her viewing of Pacquiao's latest TV ad wherein he says 'Yun mga iba jan, laban ng laban, wala pa naman nagawa.'
I heard from someone before that those who are defensive are the MOST GUILTY.
I guess that someone is RIGHT.
First of all, Pacquiao never mentioned a single word or name as to who he was referring to so why would the sister of a retard even comment on that? Easy to depict that Kris is defending his brother's 'so-called' (yes, i put quotation marks for redundancy because I need to emphasize) track record of winning elections.
Next, the fact that Kris reacted so abruptly and negatively is that she knows that Noynoy lacks a track record worthy of being called a politician. I mean COME ONE, EVEN LITO LAPID WAS ABLE TO PASS A LAW COMPARED TO NOYNOY WHICH HE HADE NONE.
To add insult to injury, she TRIED to hit back at Pacquiao by claiming her brother has won everytime he ran for a post in government.
HONESTLY, HOW THE FUCK DO YOU COMPARE BOXING TO POLITICS????
There is just no common denominator in those two. and Kris Aquino dares to insult the Philippine's most regarded sports icon? pssshh... She personifies arrogance and elitism.
The question at hand however is... WOULD YOU ALLOW THIS SON (and daughters) OF A BITCH TO RUN AND REIGN OVER OUR PHILIPPINES??? huh?? WOULD YOU???
Shame on you if you do, dumbass.
Well Hello Arrogance.
Have you heard about Noynoy's new rant???
He says that IF HE LOSSES on May 10 or the elections provide to be a failure, HE WILL UPSTAGE ANOTHER PEOPLE POWER.
OH MY FUCKING GOD. The nerve of this 'nerved' retard.
I do not understand why people like him cannot let go of the history that was People Power. To me, there is no Edsa Dos or Tres nor will there ever be like that. It is true that history repeats itself, but please refrain from being an IDIOT, that phrase doesn't apply LITERALLY.
And for those who think that ANOTHER People Power display would bring glory or honor to the country, then you must be either STUPID or RETARD, exactly like your salivating candidate. I am no expert at political strategies or political history, i do have logic however, and I just know that foreigners and locals alike would say that it is REDUNDANT to have another people power BECAUSE THE FIRST ONE'S SUCCESS AND IMPACT SHOULD HAVE BEEN ENOUGH.
But as the un-blinded really know, the only good thing that came out of the Aquino administration was precisely People Power, those who are blinded did not realize that the country went on a depression economically, financially, and all the -llys one could possibly think of.
Even one of the primary instigators of the Edsa Revolution says that it is unnecesary and the head of the local clergy says another People Power would be 'crazy, crazy, crazy'
People Power 2(or 3 or 4, i'm not sure) = OUT