Writer hits Leni Robredo’s actions: Ituloy mo yan, Aling Leni. Tignan natin kung saan ka pupulutin

Writer and columnist Jojo Robles pointed out Vice President Leni Robredo’s existence in the political is bound to be just the opposition leader.


In his Facebook post published April 24, Robles enumerated things that would prove Leni’s performance is effortless and she does decisions without thinking of the possible effect of her actions.

Robles highlighted Leni is a victim of her greediness to take over the presidency from President Rodrigo Duterte so she does everything to discredit him.

“Siya ay biktima ng sarili niyang ambisyon. Basta hindi naaayon sa ninanais ni Duterte, nandoon siya, di bale kung lumalabas na ang tunay niyang plataproma ay "basta maka-kontra lang. Nitong mga nakalipas na araw, malinaw na malinaw ang kakulangan sa malalim na pag-iisip at matagal at masusing pag-aaral sa mga pananalita ni Aling Leni,” he said.

Leni admitted she ran for her seat for the purpose of blocking the Marcoses to come back in to power. She forgot what her platform was which is to help the marginalized and poor people of the Philippines. “At dahil ito lang ang dahilan kung kaya't siya ay tumakbo, maiaalis mo ba sa isipan ng marami na sadyang ibinigay sa kaya ang pwesto sa pamamagitan ng pandaraya, dahil kailangang-kailangan talaga na siya ay manalo? Kaya pala, sabi ng karamihan -- ang mahalaga ay manalo upang matalo si Marcos, wala nang iba,” he said.

The second point of Robles evolved about Leni’s message to legalize prohibited drugs in the country like what Portugal did. Robles said it would be a bait for the younger generation to use such if it would be legalize.

“Pangalawa, hindi pa lubos na nasusubukan ang kasalukuyang "hardline stance" laban sa salot na ito sa lipunan dito sa ating bayan, ngunit sa ngayon ay nakikita.”

Robles also commented why Duterte is being supported by the majority of Filipinos in his wr in drugs while she receives bashing and hatred from them. According to Robles, Duterte gives his sympathy to the people who would be damaged by those drug lords instead of being their protector.

“At lalong hindi nakikita ni Aling Leni ang kanyang tunay na kalaban ay ang sarili niya: Ang kanyang ambisyon, ang kanyang bulok na pamululitika ang kanyang walang utak na pananalita. Ituloy mo yan, Aling Leni. Tignan natin kung saan ka pupulutin,” he concluded.

As to this writing, Robles’ post already reached 1600 mixed reactions from netizens.

WATCH: Suspicious pattern in 2013 senate race discovers by Ateneo de Manila Professor

A video of an alleged anomaly happened on 2013 senatorial elections went viral on social networking site, Facebook.


Social media page Dayaag Matuwid uploaded a video in their Facebook page about an expose of SMARTMATIC and alleged frauds during 2013 and 2016 elections.

According to the documentary, May 2013 senatorial race was also suspected to have been manipulated.

Professor Felix Muga II, a faculty member of the Mathematics Department of Ateneo de Manila University discovered the suspicious pattern.

This has been also proved by a testimonial came from former COMELEC Advisory Council Member Bettina Quimson.

Quimson narrated that she has a knowledge that Marlon Garcia of Smartmatic has put another server inside the Pope pius server.

“Marlon Garcia of Smartmatic actually twice has put a server in the Pope pius server. They have their own server a laptop. You put a computer there, you do something that nobody knows really what you,” quimson shared.

She added that Marlon or the Smartmatic should be in court for interfering with the Filipino voters.

On the other hand, Maricor Akol of NAMFREL also said that during the election, the instruction given was the results would be transmitted to the municipal server directly, however, another server was installed before votes would be transmitted in the main server.

“We have to decrypt because through enough from the precinct it is encrypted to the, or transmitted to the municipal server. But we were not told that it would also pass through the intermediary server so we questioned it,” she added.

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Duterte aims independence in reviving ROTC: You'll ask America for help? They will not die for you

Sacrifice for the country. This has been the challenge of President Rodrigo Duterte addressed to the young athletes of 2017 Palarong Pambansa as he reiterated his plan to bring back Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) to produce civilians to defend the country.


In his speech during the opening ceremonies of the 2017 Palarong Pambansa held in Antique, the president warned that the alternative would be conscription, or compulsory military enlistment for all civilians.

Sighting the exclusion of the said program in 2002, Duterte highlighted the significance of ROTC especially now that terrorism threats and violence are evident in the country.

"You have to go back to ROTC ... kasi 'yung mga ROTC [officers], 'yun 'yung may training. Reserve officers nga, eh. Because if there is really violence, anarchy, ang makakaalam niyan—ang marunong mag-handle ng M-16—'yung ROTC. 'Yun, sila ang mag-guide sa mga civilian na walang alam," he said.

Bakit mo tanggalin 'yung ROTC? Eh kung magkagulo tayo, ang ROTC ang magtuturo sa civilian paano maghawak ng baril, paano mag-load ng magazine, paano mag-repair, and how to fight. Or would you rather na I come up with a law that would conscript you? You know what is conscription? You are required by the government—gaya ng Israel, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia—you are required to undergo military training. Compulsory."

Duterte shared that he’s currently working on a law that would bring back ROTC.

He also reminded the young athletes that no onw could defend the country except us Filipinos. “"Who else would defend you? You'll ask America for help? They will not die for you. Kayo ang magpakamatay sa bayan natin. That is a message from a father to the nation. Kayo ang magsakripisyo," he quoted.

The president plans to implement the ROTC for students who are in the senior high school which her announced after a cabinet meeting last February.

Source: GMA Network

Read how Gen. Bato will punish cops if ASEAN Summit will be chaotic

Philippine National Police Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa warned thousands of police officers to shave their heads if something bad will happen during the ASEAN Summit this week during the send-off ceremony for the peace and order task force in Metro Manila.


In his speech at Rizal Park, Manila, Bato said his skinhead represents zero, so he connotes it that ASEAN Summit should have zero incident until its last day.

“Kaya tingnan n’yo ang ulo ko, you look at my head. Kalbo ‘di ba? What is the numerical representation of kalbo? Zero. Kaya dapat tayo ditto zero incident sa ASEAN Summit mula simula hanggang matapos,” Bato emphasized.

Bato stressed over and over in his speech that if there would be a single incident, all of the cops will have a shaved head. “Usapan natin, ‘pag may mangyari ditto sa ASEAN Summit, after the summit lahat kayo magpapakalbo. Pakalbo ko kayong lahat pag may mangyari kaya kailangan tutok tayo sa ating trabaho,” he concluded.

At least 40,000 security personnel will be deployed for the ASEAN summit according to Department of Interior and Local Government Acting Secretary, Catalino Cuy.

Cuy challenged and reiterated to the security personnel that their main goal is to have a record of zero incident for the whole duration of the event.

Source: All Things Pinoy

WAC on Jesse Robredo’s son proves by a netizen: Kaming mga taga-Naga, alam talaga namin na may anak siyang lalaki sa labas

A netizen form Naga testified the validity of the recent expose revealed by social media page, We Are Collective (WAC) about late Department of Interior and Local Government Unit Secretary Jesse Robredo’s son outside his marriage with Vice President Leni Robredo.


On the comment section of WAC’s post on April 22, netizen said the people in Naga City know about this issue that he has a son with allegedly named Dalisay.

“"Kaming mga taga-Naga, alam talaga namin na may anak siyang lalaki sa labas. It is a public knowledge but no ones asks or talk about. At alam din namin na alam ni Lugaw yun. Tikom bibig lng siya. Buti naman at nailabas na ito. Hindi para sirain ang bata, kundi para mamulat ang mga Pilipino na ang tinatawag nilang bayani ay di Santo. Para matapos na ang panlilinlang,” stressed netizen.

The netizen also said it wasn’t new to him that Leni denied this issue however, for him the new thing about it is denying the kid for her political gains.

“At para di na sila muli pang makapanggago. Alam ko, Hindi na bago ang magkaanak sa labas... Ang bago lng ay yung i-deny mo at itago ang bata for your political gains at ipagdikdikan sa mga kukute ng kabataan ngayon na isa kang ulirang Ama. Phew!" Perfectly said,” he concluded.

Below is the full Facebook post of WAC:

Natisod namin sa comments section (salamat sa nagsulat):

"Kaming mga taga-Naga, alam talaga namin na may anak siyang lalaki sa labas. It is a public knowledge but no ones asks or talk about. At alam din namin na alam ni Lugaw yun. Tikom bibig lng siya. Buti naman at nailabas na ito. Hindi para sirain ang bata, kundi para mamulat ang mga Pilipino na ang tinatawag nilang bayani ay di Santo. Para matapos na ang panlilinlang. At para di na sila muli pang makapanggago.

Alam ko, Hindi na bago ang magkaanak sa labas... Ang bago lng ay yung i-deny mo at itago ang bata for your political gains at ipagdikdikan sa mga kukute ng kabataan ngayon na isa kang ulirang Ama. Phew!"

Perfectly said.

#NagaSpeaks

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LOOK: WAC reveals image of alleged sons of Jesse Robredo to Dalisay on Leni’s birthday

Social media page We Are Collective (WAC) revealed information about the late Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo for allegedly having sons outside his marriage life.


The said revelation happened during the celebration of Vice President Leni Robredo wherein they also launched a book about Jesse entitled “Nay, Ano and Bayani,” which meant to share to the younger generation about his leadership journey, according to CNN Philippines.

WAC said while learning about this, they thought about his kids with a woman allegedly named Dailsay.

“Nagpipigil sana kami dahil ayaw na namin madamay pa but considering Jesse's sons are already of legal age, we figure what the hell?Sa ngalan ng katotohanan. Para sa bayan. Tutal ang lalakas ng loob ng mga alipores mong magsalita na naninira lang kami at nagsisinungaling e umpisahan tuloy natin iaddress ang issue nato by showing some pictures. Tingnan natin kung maitanggi nyo pagpinagtabi namin yung mukha ni Jesse at nung anak nya kay Dalisay,” WAC said.


The Facebook page also challenged Leni to conduct a DNA test to prove that these men are all Dalisay’s son and possess RObredo’s blood.

“Ang hirap sainyo Leni buking na buking na kayo nagsasantusantuhan parin kayo. Nagmamalinis at nagpapanggap na walang dungis at pilit na lolokohin ang taong bayan gayung wala kayong alam na ipalabas kundi kabaliktaran ng katotohanan,” they added.

WAC also revealed that a baglady of Leni gave 25 million pesos to Dalisay and sent them to abroad during her representative run last 2013.

“Pag di mo sinagot, we'll take your silence as an admission. And the whole world will discover what a bunch of hypocrites you are. You and your whole damn family,” WAC concluded.


Read why Duterte considers Ambassador Timbayan is special

President Rodrigo Duterte considers his flatmate Alan Timbayan is his ultimate best friend for he cannot remember a time that they had a feud.


Timbayan is the newly appointed Philippine Ambassador in the State of Qatar last March.

During his state visit, Duterte shared that their friendship with Timbayan started during their law school days when he realized he doesn't have a roomate in a dormitory in  the 1960s.

Duterte also shared he was also with Jun Yasay, Labor secretary Bebot Bello, and BIR commissioner Caesar Dulay.
When Yasay eloped with the canteen's muse, that was the time when he bonded with Timbayan

"“Si Bello pati ‘yung BIR si Dulay, ang harap namin ‘yung kwarto. Kami ni Yasay ang magka-roommate nung – after later years si Yasay kasi naglipat, nag-asawa ang buang, maaga. Iyong babae doon sa canteen na maganda, tinanan niya. Si Timbayan, sabi ko, “Alan, wala ka bang ano diyan na ako lipat?’,” said Duterte.

The two leaders were both law students that time, Duterte in San Beda and Timbayan at Lyceum.

“If you do not believe me, your Ambassador, Alan Timbayan, he was my roommate. He’s a Tausug. He’s a Muslim. We stayed in one room. We never argued even half a minute. Roommates and… we love each other,” said Duterte.

Timbayan's career timeline is as follows: Philippines Labor Attaché in Jeddah (1987-1990); Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (1990-1994); and Osaka, Japan (1996-2003). He was also acting Labor Attaché of Bahrain, Qatar, Oman and Yemen prior to the opening of a Philippine Embassy in the Gulf States. Obviously, Timbayan had the credentials to take on the job although being Duterte’s BFF didn’t hurt either.

Source: Politics

READ: Here's why Duterte's heart bleeds for homeless squatters

Humaneness and sympathy. These two words described the theme of President Rodrigo Duterte's speech about the homeless squatters in his speech during his state visit in Saudi Arabia.


Duterte emphasized he is not saying these because he is a politician, rather he is speaking from his experiences while narrating their story when they moved to Davao.

"Hindi na ako mahirap ngayon, bobolahin ko lang rin kayo. Pero dumaan ako sa ganoong sitwasyon na dumating kami sa Davao na walang wala tapos we had to build a shanty just behind Ateneo de Davao University," he said.

The president added they also experienced to witness how they abode being demolished.

"Maalala ko yung demolition and I could remember my mother crying. Pati yung kapatid kong babae. But hindi ko malaman, wondering why they were crying at ang tatay ko,  sat there in one of the sari-sari store in front," he continued.

"Hindi ako nagbobola totoo to. You can ask anybody at saka magpunta kayobdoon magbisi-bisita kayo s bahay ko," Duterte concluded

Source: Allthingspinoy

Whistleblower reveals name of media companies that receive millions to go against Duterte's war on drugs

A netizen named Dan Jimenez exposed media companies which has been bribed to discredit President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.


In social media platform Facebook, Jimenez posted a special report on how Philippine Journalists and foreign correspondents have received bribes in form of cash grants to make up stories to go against the said war on drugs.

"Detailed in a yet unpublished book written bu an unnamed Reuters' reporter, payments in fat envelopes were delivered almost like clockwork to those who wrote the most outrageous claims," Jimenez said in his post.

According to him, the whistleblower journalist confessed everything because he can't live with lies and he wants the truth to prevail.

"Our unnamed source confirmed that there are  lot more money to be had and that news organizations are dipping like crazy into the pot," he added.

At the end of his post, Jimenez mentioned six big media companies tagged in the scandal.

"Asked to the name the news organizations involved in the orchestrated move to discredit drug war, he cited Reuters, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Daily Mail, The Inquirer and ABS-CBN," he concluded.

As to this writing, the whistleblower said social media outlets seek for answers to the issue.

Below is the full post of Dan Jimenez:

Special Report: Journalists describe lie rewards, made up crime stories in Duterte's drug war

By Dimasalang, Mulawin & Judea

Philippine Journalists and foreign correspondents have received cash payments for making up stories and reporting unsubstantiated claims to discredit Duterte's war on drugs. Detailed in a yet unpublished book written by an unnamed Reuters' reporter, payments in fat envelopes were delivered almost like clockwork to those who wrote the most outrageous claims. False stories that are picked up by main media outlets and syndicated shows mete the most money to the tune of $50,000 per story at least. The whistle blower journalist confessed that he could not live with the lies and the deceit anymore and that truth which he had sworn to uphold became the first casualty in Duterte's war on drugs.

How prevalent is the payola? Our unnamed source confirmed that there are a lot more money to be had and that news organizations are dipping like crazy into the pot. He cited the competition provided by social media as one of traditional media's killer, thus the impetus to look for another source of income. Asked who are the financiers in the effort to discredit the war on drugs, he categorically stated, those who will profit from its failure. And that the drug killings attributed to Duterte are the best arguments to oust him whether such can be proven or not.

Asked to name the news organizations involved in the orchestrated move to discredit the drug war, he cited Reuters, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Daily Mail, The Inquirer and ABS-CBN. Attempts to get reactions from the said media outlets remain unanswered as of this writing.