A proposed draft of Noynoy Aquino’s 3rd Official State of the Nation Address (SONA) to be delivered to Congress July 22, 2012

My dear countrymen, members of Congress, honourable House Speaker, Senate President, and Chief Justice, ladies and gentlemen of the diplomatic corps:

Today I stand before you triumphant. A major hurdle to the implementation of my campaign promise to rid the Philippine government of corruption has been eliminated. I am pleased to report that we have succeeded in our two-year-long project to remove Renato Corona from the office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and, as such, pave the way for our putting in place a Supreme Court team who will be more supportive of my efforts to implement the doctrine of the straight-and-narrow road or daang matuwid that I envision will come to characterise governance in the Philippines in subsequent years. To you I offer this New Order which I, your humble leader and servant, will preside over with an uncompromising focus on the highest degree of transparency and the lowest tolerance for deviance from what the law allows.

Before I move on to the other aspects of the past year that I would like to highlight, time permitting, I would like to thank a few people who have stood behind this worthwhile endeavour; this being the crowning achievement of my administration this fiscal year.

On behalf of the Filipino people, I would firstly like to thank the honourable 188 members of the House of Representatives whose expeditious pushing and signing of the complaint which articulates no less than eight Articles of Impeachment against Renato Corona made this whole enterprise possible. Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for rallying around this worthwhile cause.

Second, to the formidable legal minds of our prosecution team headed by Representative Niel Tupas Jr and augmented by a top-notch contingent from ABS-CBN who executed the complaint and lent substance to its allegations, this I have to say: I stand among my people as they salute your expert management of all the intricacies of this complex but due process. Maraming salamat po.

Third, our heartfelt gratitude goes out to the ladies and gentlemen of the honourable Senate of our Republic who took up their roles as judges in this important exercise with dignity and integrity and demonstrated to the world that Filipinos can evaluate issues of utmost consequence to their long-term future with critical and fair minds. We appreciate the highly-political nature of the challenges you faced and admire the brilliant manner with which you balanced this with the absolute rigour that this quasi-judicial edifice you had built for this momentous occasion demands that you demonstrate. Thank you, your honours, for conducting this fair trial and following through with a fair conviction.

Fourth, I would like to express my deep appreciation for the heroic role our media organisations and practitioners played in obtaining and delivering relevant, balanced, and high-quality information to our people in a timely manner. Your proud enterprises and the dedicated team of professionals who bring these to life remain a pillar of the good governance that can only be made possible by citizens who are well-informed. I look forward to continuing our partnership in shaping the Filipino mind for the greater good of country and the glory of our Roman Catholic Lord.

Last but not least, thank you to my bosses — my fellow Filipinos. Without the motivation you give to your representatives in government to do what they do and to the media to broadcast what they broadcast, suffice to say the outcome of this noble effort to bring honour back to the Philippine Supreme Court would have been a whole lot different and the straight and narrow governance that you deserve will not have come to fruition. We in government are proud to be spitting image reflections of the character of the people we serve.

With that I humbly close my report to you for the year in governance that has passed. To have achieved all of this just a year shy of the midway point of my administration is, if I do say so myself, an exceptional feat. I could not have done it alone — not without the brilliant men and women who form my cabinet and certainly not without you, my esteemed boss. My parents who I am sure look upon us from their eternal home in heaven are very likely glowing with pride. I too humbly stand here before you, albeit with my own pride paled by the glow coming from both above and from the homes of every proud Filipino.

The road ahead, ladies and gentlemen, is still a long one. But I assure you now that it will be a straight one.

Thank you.

[The above is the author’s unsolicited proposed draft of Noynoy Aquino’s 3rd Official State of the Nation Address (SONA) to be delivered to Congress July 22, 2012.]


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this speech looks more like a villain’s victory speech at taking over the world than a heroic one.


Parang nanalo ng awards…puro thank you hahaha isa lang ang accomplishment ang pagtanggal kay corona.


how predictable. the highlight of his mediocre career…a mediocre impeachment trial.

btw…no one has made a post about that BAYO ad mishap yet?


I’m not surprised in the least.


Congratulations Noynoy, you have doomed your country.


P-noy was ignored in london by the queen, the media, no university would give him an honorary degree, and even cameron only granted him 30 minutes – not even lunch or tea
The people should also ignore the filipino fag as one english writer called him
English meanings – fag:
1. Gay
2. Slave
3. Cigarette.

All 3 apply to p-noy.
What a joke he is.

madonna markowitz

what a joke!


‘ the next 12 months we will illegally get rid of midas marquez’

“Outstanding debt of the Philippine government reached P5.075 trillion as of end-April, up P363.32 billion from P4.711 trillion a year earlier, latest data from the Bureau of the Treasury showed. The amount reflects both domestic and foreign debt. Thus, in theory, each of the 94.5 million Filipinos is indebted by P53,989.” the economy is also smoke and mirrors. the SONA will be one big lie just as much as the 102 campaign promises ( 103 if u include promise to give up smoking if elected), not 1 of which has been kept/achieved. is p-noy trying to indicate corruption has stopped.… Read more »

You sir are a mind reader. There should be an over/ under in Vegas how close this is to the actual one next month. Granted BS Aquino does not have much of a mind .

Der Fuhrer

LOL! The fictional speech reminds me of the late, great, Charlie Chaplin in the classic film The Great Dictator. His parents wherever they are were exposed by the enemy of the state Jose Maria Sison. For those who failed to read about this I am re-posting the links. Political opportunism and expediency at the expense of others and the Republic speaks much about their leanings. Like father, like mother like son? You be the judge.




ASAN ANG STATE OF THE NATION??? or did i misread the article? T.T


“And in the interest of transparency, I will be honest in saying that I am a hardworking President. Running the country is like playing a video game; you have to build up your character and party to get ahead.”

It took a lot of effort to remove the level 100 boss known as Renato Corona, but at least my party and I were able to bring him down using our weapons of justice and anti-corruption. And we also used a powerful spell: Demonize.”


Eto naman panalangin ko kay Gloria:

Aba naman Gloriang
Swapang, Puno ka ng
grassa, Pinandidirihan ka
ng tao Ang yaman ng
bayan ay kinurakot mo
lahat Bukod kang mandaraya at sinungaling
Sasambahin ka lahat ng
sip-sip na alipores mo
Sumaimpierno sana ang
kaluluwa mo At
pinagmumura din ang lahat ng mga anak mo at
asawa mong mabaho pa sa
bilasang isada Ang yaman
na ninakaw mo Ay
sindami ng kasalanan mo
Ikaw ay sasantohin ng lahat ng demonyong
nakapalikid sa iyo, Dahil sa
nakaw mong puwesto A-


Kahit na anong sabihin ninyo, siya pa rin ang pinakamagaling na Pangulo sa buong kasaysayan ng bansa! Wala nang hihigit sa kanya, maliban sa kanyang ina, na siyang ina ng demokrasya! Dahil sa kanya, umunlad ang Pilipinas, tumaas ang stock market at na-upgrade ang credit rating at magsisimula ng matigil ang korapsyon, natanggal na ang Corona e, isusunod na ang reyna. Bakit ba ayaw ninyo na sumali sa amin? Masarap naman ang yellow kool aid, di ba? Para nga akong lumulutang sa ere.

Der Fuhrer
Quotes From The Great Dictator… “I’m sorry, but I don’t want to be an emperor. That’s not my business. I don’t want to rule or conquer anyone. I should like to help everyone, if possible, Jew, gentile, black man, white. We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each other’s happiness not by each other’s misery. We don’t want to hate and despise one another. In this world there is room for everyone. And the good earth is rich and can provide for everyone. The way of life can be free… Read more »
Kikiam a.k.a. Fiskball
Kikiam a.k.a. Fiskball
I have this gut feeling about what is currently happening in the West Philippine Sea. I think those islands there were already sold to China, but the only way to make this look more “legal” is through an “staged” war. Definitely China will win, Philippines will lose, and those who partake in selling those islands will have pocket-full of cash, in USD. Or, an even more sinister plot. “Staged” war with China, China ending up invading the Philippines, US & UK doing nothing since it’s all just business for them, the current admin tried to negotiate with the Chinese invaders,… Read more »
Der Fuhrer
Here’s one for Ripley’s Believe it or Not… I was browsing the Timawa military website and saw a picture of an MMDA poster. Here is what it says: METRO MANILANS ARE LOYAL We Honor our Country, and we serve our leaders with all our hearts. Is this Nazi type subliminal propaganda designed to manipulate minds? What happened to the great leader’s slogan of kayo ang boss? This may be the start of the new order and the improved society. What do you guys think?
Hyden Toro

History will judge and remember, that Noynoy, Aquino , and the political opportunist , Enrile were the people, who placed our Justice System upside down. Subverted the Bill of Rights in the Constitution. And made Mockery of the Due Process of Law. It’s like the Lynching and Railroaded Justice in a White Jury , on a Black person, who is suspected of crime in the American Southern States…Justice Corona was lynched by Noynoy Aquino’s YellowTards, with the consent of the Senators and Congressmen, who impeached him…


Filipino politics, same as ever.