Friday, January 6, 2017

LeniLeaks: Sabwatan Nina Loida Lewis, Leah Navarro etc Para Patalsikin si Duterte

Ano ang LeniLeaks?

Ito ay mga private communication ng mga anti-Duterte at anti-Marcos personalities na galing sa Yahoo group "Global Filipino Diaspora Council" na head si Loida Nicolas Lewis.

It was exposed by Sass Rogando Sasot:


Kasama dito sa LeniLeaks ang instructions ng Office of the Vice President of the Philippines Leni Robredo kung papaano ang mga diskarte sa pagatake sa Social Media gaya ng Facebook sa mga kalaban nila tulad ni Pangulong Duterte at Bong bong Marcos. At kung ano ang isasagot kung bakit wala si Leni Robredo nung bagyuhin ang laylayan niya sa Bicol at sa pahayag niyang mabagal ang aksyon ng gobyerno. May mga strategy din dito kung paano siraan ang mga supporters ni Duterte at BBM.

May guide din dito sa paggawa ng MEME na anti Duterte at anti Bong bong Marcos.

LeniLeaks, Leni Lugaw, Leni Robredo
Kaya pala sa isang Filipino Forum (Pinoyexchange) ay mayroon isang mahilig gumawa ng mga MEME na anti-Duterte at anti-BBM bayad pala iyon ni Loida:

LeniLeaks, Leni Lugaw, Leni Robredo


The Yahoo group “Global Filipino Diaspora Council” (GFDC) is headed by the infamous Billionaire Fil-Am New Yorker lobbyist Loida Nicolas-Lewis.

Members include:
    Commission on Filipinos Overseas (CFO) Chairman Imelda “Mely” Nicolas, Loida’s sister 
    CFO Commissioner Jose Molano, Jr.
    Inquirer US Bureau columnist Ted Laguatan 
    ABS-CBN Europe News Bureau correspondent Atty. Gene Alcantara 
    Northern Europe civil society leader Filomenita Mongaya Høgsholm
    Treenee Lopez - Global Filipino Diaspora Council (GFDC), International Nursing Alliance (INA), Global Pinoy Diaspora Canada   (GPDC)
    Dan Songco
    Filomeita Mongaya
    Rowena Sabugo
    Gene Alcantara
    Loline Reed
    Imelda Nicolas
    Pete Silva
    Lora Nicolas Olaes
    Ninotchka Rosca
    Rodel Rodis

  




Eto ang mga archives ng LeniLeaks, na delete na Yahoo Groups since empty na ang page (https://beta.groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/globalfildiaspora/conversations/messages/5915):

http://archive.is/NtA7b
https://archive.fo/917SN#selection-1069.9-1089.22
https://archive.fo/sczWz
https://archive.fo/HQu6Y

Other communications includes:

Here is Loida's message on Promoting Her Change.org Petition to block Teddy Boy Locsin appointment as Philippine envoy to the UN:

LeniLeaks, Leni Lugaw, Leni Robredo

Here is their communication about organizing the November 30 anti-Marcos rally which includes placards to use in the rally:

https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:l_PwkWmd0p4J:https://beta.groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/globalfildiaspora/conversations/messages/5878+&cd=6&hl=en&ct=clnk&client=firefox-b-ab

5878Re: [globalfildiaspora] dan and jojo, noted and all these groups have copies of this exchange of emails among us and them. thanks Mely Re: To Susan/other egroups, here are the email addresses of those in the US that people can contact re rallies Fwd: These are some suggested PLACARDS for the Nov 30 rally

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Trinidad Lopez
Nov 28, 2016
for Vancouver   BC Canada  please check our facebook page event   its public

Thanks,

Treenee Lopez   

Treenee A. Lopez
Global Filipino Diaspora Council (GFDC)
Global Pinoy Diaspora Canada   (GPDC) 
International Nursing Alliance (INA)
Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Cell: 604-773-9192
E-mail: treeneelopez@...


On Sun, Nov 27, 2016 at 9:23 PM, Imelda Nicolas MelyNicolas@... [globalfildiaspora] <globalfildiaspora@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
​dan and jojo,
notedl and all these groups have copies of this exchange of emails among us
and them...will should strengthen these communication lines
since this is going to be a protracted struggle...and Nov. 30
is not the last of these rallies..only the first among the many
rallies/demonstrations/ initiatives to come...from all over.

Mely
On Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, Dan Songco <dan.songco@...> wrote:
Mely, can you request the groups abroad if they can photo document their rallies and send them to you so we release them to local media?
Thanks.


On Nov 28, 2016 12:17 PM, "Imelda Nicolas" <melynicolas@...> wrote:
To Susan,

here are the email addresses (pls see above) of those in the US that you can contact
re rallies:

1) for New York - my sister Loida Nicolas Lewis, my niece Lora Nicolas Olaes
and Ninotchka Rosca (see email address of kontralibingNE)

2) for Chicago - Marlon Pecson (memorabul email address)

3) for San Francisco - Rodel Rodis and Ted Laguatan

Most of the above are affiliated with the US Pinoys for Good Governance (USP4GG)
so they might know what other areas in the US are having rallies
esp. on Nov. 30.  I am also sending this email to other networks
so they can inform us about these other areas outside the US.

The other global network is the Global Filipino Diaspora Council
which might know rallies being held outside the US.

Mabuhay! Makibaka, huwag matakot!

Mely
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: susan quimpo <susanfquimpo@...>
Date: Mon, Nov 28, 2016 at 11:52 AM
Subject: Re: These are some suggested PLACARDS for the Nov 30 rally
To: Aware2016 <aware2016@...>, Imelda Nicolas <melynicolas@...>, Imelda Nicolas 2 Emails Corrected 2016 <mely.nicolas@...>, Kasapian <kasapian_igov@yahoogroups.com >, Kontralibing Coalition <kontralibing-coalition@google groups.com>, Ppvr <ppvr_ncr@yahoogroups.com>, black and white council <bnw-council@...>



Hi Meldy,
Some Ateneo Alumni groups in the US, specially in the New York area, are asking for contact info in the US cities. They would want to participate in the rallies. Would you have the contact info of organizers I can pass on to them?
-Thanks...
Susan Q.


On Mon, 28 Nov 2016 at 9:27 AM Imelda Nicolas <melynicolas@...> wrote:
These are some suggested placards for the Nov 30 rally sent to us  by  friends:

I’m forwarding the placards that are 18 x 24 inches each. Please on click the links below to view and download them.










Please see the suggested email flyer below that can be shared on social media too:




Friday, December 30, 2016

Manigong Bagong Taon 2017


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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

VP Leni Robredo Nagpasarap sa US Habang Binabayo ng Bagyo ang Bicol

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MANILA, Philippines - As Super-typhoon Nina (international name Nock-Ten) pound her home provice, Vice President Leni Robredo found herself on the defensive for spending the Christmas break in the U.S.

She was criticized for her decision to go through her vacation in the United States even though it has been reported that her province is in direct path of the typhoon. Her spokesperson Georgina Hernandez said yesterday even though Robredo was away she was coordinating relief efforts.

Hernandez said Robredo “has been monitoring and directing the Office of the Vice President (OVP) to work with regional officials and agencies in setting up local relief centers for immediate emergency response on the ground.”
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Netizens lashed out at the Vice President for her absence as Nina battered the Bicol region on Sunday.

Robredo and her children are in the US for a family reunion, according to Hernandez.




Friday, December 23, 2016

Forbes Top 5 Violent Cities in Asia includes Quezon City

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Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista with Mar Roxas



Quezon City is included in Forbes most violent cities in Asia. They advised travelers to avoid these cities or keep both eyes wide open. These places are also very popular tourists destination.

Here are the 5 cities according to Forbes that are the most violent in Asia:

1. Metro Manila - composed of several cities and is home to 12.8 million people that covers the Philippine capital as well as Quezon City, which some danger charts break out separately. Travelers to Manila often complain they feel unsafe. The city is full of decayed cement commercial buildings that look like jails and are guarded by people with big firearms. Gangs may assault and rob tourists. Drunkenness and karaoke bars are a source of fights. Not only building security people wield guns. Foreigners are occasionally kidnapped, according to the N4M Media rankings of dangerous cities. Manila savants advise caution in making new friends, exploring dark allies or flashing valuables, including fancy clothes. Crime-fighting Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has made the city safer since he took office in June, some Manila denizens say. Quezon City’s 27,554 crime reports in 2014 had already declined 31% last year.

2. Kuala Lumpur. Beware of rapes, robberies, assaults and pick-pocketing in the Malaysian capital.

3. Ulan Bator. Capital of Mongolian, Worldatlas.com warns that Ulan Bator has “very high crime rates” following a 19% rise in 2013 assaults and rapes are the top crimes commited.

4. Karachi. Of the world’s 13 largest cities, Karachi is the most dangerous, according to data compiled by the media organization Al Jazeera.

5. Gurgaon. this city is near New Delhi (India's capital), it's not a safe place for women specially at night. There are frequent report about women brutally raped and sexual molestation in public according to worldatlas.com. Burglaries and snatching are on the rise, as well, and armed robberies sometimes touch off panic among the 2.3 million citizens. Robbery cases were between 10 and 20 per month in 2015, the website adds.

Read the full article here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/ralphjennings/2016/12/22/these-5-popular-asian-cities-are-full-of-violent-crime/#41180c902216

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Duterte Maintains "excellent" trust rating in SWS Q4 survey

SWS, trust rating,  President Rodrigo Duterte,


The latest survey done by Social Weather Stations (SWS) for the 4th quarter of 2016 still shows that the people supports President Rodrigo Duterte, he got an "excellent" trust rating.

SWS performed the survey from Decmeber 3 to 6, it showed that the president enjoys a +72 net trust rating this quarter 81% of 1,500 respondents said they had “much trust” in the President, while only 9% said they had “little trust” in him.

Duterte’s latest score was 4% points lower than the “excellent” +76 rating he received in September. The President bagged an “excellent” +79 in the SWS survey after his inauguration.

SWS said Duterte’s overall trust rating declined in Metro Manila, Visayas and Mindanao. He maintained an “excellent” rating only in Mindanao, where his score slipped seven points to +85 from +92.

The President’s trust rating declined 11 points in Metro Manila to a “very good” +65 from September’s “excellent” +73.

Duterte’s score in rural areas fell six points from to +71 from +77, while his rating in urban areas (from +75 to +73) remained “excellent.”

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Duterte committed murder UN Human Rights Chief Said

President Rodrigo Duterte, extrajudicial killings, UN human rights


MANILA, Philippines - The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said on Tuesday at the United Nations that the Philippine authorities should  investigate President Rodrigo Duterte for murder after he claimed to have killed people in the past and also to examine the "appalling epidemic of extra-judicial killings" committed during his anti-drug crackdown.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said that the Philippine judicial authorities "must demonstrate their commitment to upholding the rule of law and their independence from the executive by launching a murder investigation,", adding it's "unthinkable for any functioning judicial system not to launch investigative and judicial proceedings when someone has openly admitted being a killer."
Zeid's call, made in a statement issued in Geneva, was sparked by Duterte's remarks in recent speeches that as a town mayor in southern Davao city in 1988, he killed three suspected kidnappers in a firefight where he was backed up by three police officers. He later clarified he was unsure whether the bullets from his M16 rifle killed the suspects.

Duterte also admitted on December 14 that he led by example to the police and joined them in operations and personally patrolling the streets to personally kill criminals when he was a Davao mayor. 

“In Davao I used to do it personally. Just to show to the guys that, if I can do it, why can’t you? And I go around in Davao with a motorcycle, with a big bike around and I would just patrol the streets and looking for trouble also," Duterte said.

"Talagang naghanap ako ng engkwentro para makapatay," he added during the Wallace Business Forum in Malacañang.

In a news conference after midnight on Saturday, Duterte said that he killed three kidnappers during a police operation.

In his state visit in Cambodia, Duterte also said he might have shot a criminal

Duterte's acts "directly contravene the rights" enshrined in the Philippine Constitution and the killings recalled by the president "also violate international law," Zeid said. The UN official also said Duterte's encouragement of others may constitute incitement to violence and expressed concern about Duterte's assurances that police officers who commit human rights violations would be immune from prosecution.
"The perpetrators must be brought to justice, sending a strong message that violence, killings and human rights violations will not be tolerated by the state and that no one is above the law," he said.

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