Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Facebook Suspended the Account of Paul Quilet, the anti-Mocha Uson Petitioner

Mocha Uson, Mocha Uson blog, Paul Quilet, Facebook
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Mocha Uson, Mocha Uson blog, Paul Quilet, Facebook
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Mocha Uson, Mocha Uson blog, Paul Quilet, Facebook
Screencap from G+

Paul Christian Quilet is the creator of the petition calling for Facebook to take down the page of the Mocha Uson Blog, which staunchly supports President Rodrigo Duterte. He created the petition on Change.org, he described Mocha Uson as a “Filipino entertainer-turned-Duterte die-hard supporter” who he said “uses her Facebook page to spread fictitious and false information about pressing issues in the Philippines.”

In his own Facebook account, Quilet said his petition “aims not to curtail anyone’s right to free speech,” but that's exactly what he is doing. Karma got to him really fast since his Facebook account was suspended at around 10:30 pm Monday, October 24.

This is how these people like Paul Christian Quilet and the Yellows wanted, to curtail the Freedom of Speech of people that don't agree with them!

In Quilet's G+ account it said that he is a Retention Specialist at [24]7 Customers Inc.

His Twitter page is still online: https://twitter.com/Pol_Kyu
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paulxchan7/
Google+ : https://plus.google.com/102496252728528273866
Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/polpol25/

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Pulse Asia: Duterte Is the Most Trusted Official in the Philippines

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The people of the Philippines are very happy with the performance of President Rodrigo Duterte, a survey by Pulse Asia showed.

Pulse Asia released the results of the Ulat ng Bayan national survey on the performance of top national government officials on Friday, showing that Duterte continues to enjoy a high performance rating at 86%.

Meanwhile, 66% of the respondents said they approved of Robredo’s performance as vice president, and 61% positively responded to Pimentel’s work as Senate President.

In terms of trust ratings, Duterte got 86%, Robredo only 65% trusted her while Pimentel earned a 55% trust rating.

As for other top government officials, Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno had an approval rating of 46%, reflecting a “plurality sentiment of appreciation” for her work, while House of Representatives Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez registered virtually the same approval and indecision ratings (43% and 42%) the survey showed.

Both Alvarez and Sereno obtained virtually the same trust and indecision ratings:  41% and 45% for Alvarez; and 44% and 42% for Sereno.

The nationwide survey was based on a sample of 1,200 representative adults 18 years old and above. It has a ± 3% error margin at the 95% confidence level.


Successful Duterte China Visit

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Philippine China Bilateral talks, president Rodrigo Duterte, President Xi Jinping, Xi Jinping Duterte

Philippine China Bilateral talks, president Rodrigo Duterte, President Xi Jinping, Xi Jinping Duterte

Philippine China Bilateral talks, president Rodrigo Duterte, President Xi Jinping, Xi Jinping Duterte

Philippine China Bilateral talks, president Rodrigo Duterte, President Xi Jinping, Xi Jinping Duterte

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte visit to China is successful! He revived the friendly relations between China and the Philippines. Duterte's China state visit has led to the "full recovery of PH-China relations" according to the Official Chinese foreign ministry.

President Duterte and his entourage was given a warm welcome ceremony by China and President Duterte and Pres. Xi Jinping proceeded to the Great Hall of the People for bilateral talks. President Xi Jinping and President Duterte together with their ministers and Cabinet officials discusses Philippines and China relations from security to economy at the bilateral meeting .

According to Former Congressman Arthur Yap, Duterte and Xi went into room for one-on-one talk with only a translator and no Foreign minister which is is unprecedented. Both countries sign an agreement on Coast Guard cooperation and maritime security.

Presidents Duterte, Xi witness the signing of 13 documents on cooperation in trade, agriculture, tourism, maritime security, and infrastructure development. China will also lift travel advisory to the Philippines for Chinese tourists that will be a big boost to Philippine tourism. The Philippines will also receive assistance in infrastructure through China's One Belt and One Road Initiative.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Happy Halloween 2016


Anak: Pa, meron daw multo sa kusina natin?
Ama: Ha? sino naman nagsabi sa iyo niyan?
Anak: Si Mama po!
Ama: Hala wag ka nga magpapaniwala dun! Hindi totoo ang multo! Ang mabuti pa samahan mo na lang ako sa kusina at iinom lang ako ng tubig!!


Remember: Huwag isusulat ang pangalan mo sa condolence book pag dumadalaw ka sa patay kasi pagkatapos ng libing, merong raffle kung sino ang isusunod!


Friday, October 14, 2016

A US Fil-Am Lawyer Ask Duterte to Resign

A US Fil-Am Lawyer Ask Duterte to Resign

Ted Laguatan a lawyer based in the San Francisco area who has not been to the Philippines for a long time and had no idea on what's going on in our country has decided to write a hit piece against Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte. It was posted on Inquirer entitled "Demonic forces engulfing PH — Duterte should resign."

He said, "The world’s good and decent people should force President Rodolfo Duterte to resign. It’s also for his own good. I don’t hate Duterte. But I hate his terrible sins. For his own sake, I hope that he amends his evil ways and saves his soul as his days are numbered. No one is beyond redemption if he turns to our Lord Jesus Christ."

"It is the moral obligation of the Catholic Church and other Christian churches and all sincere genuine Christians, Muslims, Buddhists and all good human beings to protest and fight against the violence and fear that Duterte has inflicted and will continue to inflict on the Filipino people. To remain silent in the face of pure evil is tantamount to supporting and abetting that evil", he added.

So how about all those victim by these criminals? Where was Ted Laguatan when people are being killed, raped, and massacred by these drug addicts?

Ted Laguatan is a Filipino American who look down on people living in the Philippines, since he thinks that he's better than all the Filipinos here because he's living in the US. You can email this idiot here Email laguatanlaw@gmail.com oh you can see his attack piece here:


Update: na correct na ng Inquirer yung  "Rodolfo Duterte" ginawa ng Rodrigo para hindi ma-obvious na senile na si lolo Fil-Am

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Noynoys Congress Allies Say Evidence Against De Lima are Hearsay and Publicity stunt

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Siquijor Rep. Ramon Rocamora,
tongressman, BUB
Ifugao Rep. Teddy Baguilat

Allies of ex-President Noynoy Aquino are defending former Justice Secretary and incumbent Sen. Leila de Lima from the accusations of the witnesses presented by Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II linking de Lima to the illegal drug trade at New Bilibid Prison (NBP) when she was the justice secretary.

Siquijor Rep. Ramon Rocamora, said that 80% of the witnesses’ statements are “hearsay.” “The inconsistencies are so great that it really affects the weight of the evidence… They are still under detention. You know the culture at the penitentiary. They have nothing to lose but everything to gain if they will testify in accordance to what the administration wants. The element of quid pro quo it is still there. You cannot deny that, no matter how much (Aguirre) said that they were not forced or guided,” Rocamora told reporters.

Ifugao Rep. Teddy Baguilat accused that the hearings are just “publicity stunt.” He said these cast a “chilling effect” on critics of the Duterte administration’s antidrug war, a warning “that this is what would happen to you.”

Just to remind everyone that these are the same Congressmen who are are bitter and don't want to stop the "Bottom-up-Budgeting (BUB-oy)" of President Noynoy Aquino were money was use as a political tool by the Aquino government.


Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno scrapped the bottom-up budgeting (BuB) program initiated by the Aquino administration, because it's a "waste of funds" and these same greedy congressmen want these to continue now they are siding with De Lima.


They even have a Facebook Page for their BUB or Pork barrel https://www.facebook.com/bubbeyond2016/!


Monday, October 3, 2016

Philippine Senator Questions UN for Double Standard Why is UN silent on murders in Chicago?

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MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Richard Gordon on Monday accused the United Nations for double standard he questioned why deaths and murders in Chicago (murder of the US), have been ignored by the United Nations but in case of the drug-related killings in the Philippines they blame it on the current government of President Rodrigo Duterte.

"Yung sinasabi natin, 545 [murders] sa Chicago, isang siyudad sa United States of America, bakit hindi ginugulpi ng UN yan?" Gordon, new chairman of the Senate Committee on Justice and Human Rights, said. [translatioin: We are saying 545 murders in Chicago, a major city in the United States of America, why the UN are not questioning them]

At the fifth Senate hearing on extra judicial killings, Gordon said that as of Oct. 1, 2016, there have been 545 killings in Chicago alone. Yet, he said, the UN has been silent on this, while the Philippines, with around 3,000 drug-related killings in the whole country since July 1, has been scrutinized not only by the UN, but by US President Barack Obama as well.

There have been 560 murders in Chicago this year starting January 1, 2016 according to the Chicago Tribune.

Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, meanwhile, stated that he was so surprised with the statistics regarding Chicago. He also said that if the human rights record of the United States is so bad, "I think we should review the Philippines giving aid to the US and stop it in the meantime." He was referring to two US senators who have said that the US might reconsider aid to the Philippines because of a law that prohibits assistance to foreign military units that violate human rights.

US Sen. Patrick Leahy said the law is meant "to ensure that the US is not complicit in human rights violations committed by forces that might receive US assistance, and to encourage foreign governments to hold accountable perpetrators of such abuses."

President Rodrigo Duterte has said in the past that the US should not criticize the Philippines because it has cases of black people being killed by police, events that US President Obama has spoken against. The United Nations has also called the US government's attention to cases of police abuse in the past.

If you also compared the people killed during the past Administration of President Benigno Aquino Jr to President Duterte, there are less killings now.