PNoy should ditch yellow and start wearing neutral colors

Seriously, does President Benigno Simeon ‘BS’ Aquino III always have to wear yellow? Even while on relief visits to flood-affected areas in time of disaster?

kelangan ba naka yellow talaga pag pupunta sa flood affected areas?

kelangan ba may media muna bago umpisahan magbigay ng relief operations?


[Photo and preceding caption courtesy Showbiz Government.]

tumabi-tabi na po tayo, dadaan na ang mga magbibigay ng relief…

ESTE dadaan na ang mga nag a-ADVANCE CAMPAIGN para sa susunod na eleksyon!

pakihanda na po ang inyong mga camera at videocams.. MOTORCADE po ito. SMILE


[Photo and preceding caption courtesy Showbiz Government.]

Join the call to President BS Aquno to ditch the colour yellow, drop the whole partisan posturing, and start wearing the national colours.

Tired, old, and quite frankly embarrassing. That’s what’s become of the whole yellow motif of the Aquino clan and its circle of business cronies, relatives, “shooting buddies”, lackeys, Media outlets, and cadre of bloggers, publicists, and “social media activists”. It was the primary colour of a successful propaganda campaign that started in 1983, peaked in the mid- to late-1980s, then settled into a slow decline that lasted over much of the 1990s and the early 2000s and then got a brief burst of a boost when presidential son, now Philippine President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III, was, as state mythology would now have us believe, given a mandate by God himself to be leader of the Filipino people.

The real national colours after all are Captain America’s red, white, and blue, if I recall right so re-visiting our country’s true colours is a worthwhile initiative to take if we are sincere in aspiring for real unity. Twenty eight years is a long enough time to forget your primary colours. But it is never too late to remember.

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Daido Katsumi
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I salute on this article, benigns! I mean, I was wondering, why would he wear YELLOW colors all the time? That’s why Noynoy Aquino sucks: even he’s still President, he thought he’s still on campaign mode.

Don’t you guys know that yellow is the color of FEAR?

domo
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More like the yellow is the color of caution.

FallenAngel
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I remember reading a short story long ago where the writer established yellow as the color of madness

jcZzzzz
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i rather he not embarrass further our national colors. yellow suits him like the disease that he is.

MidwayHaven
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I’m equally disturbed by the presence of Kris there. Didn’t she promise on national television two years ago to leave show business and become a low-key figure for as long as her brother was president?

Der Fuhrer
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My colors will always be the RED, WHITE and BLUE! Mabuhay ang bandila ng Pilipinas! Loyalty to political colors like the yellow standard should give way and bow to the national colors!

Gogs
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Noynoy Aquino does not possess looks, brains, leadership skills or wise decision making . All he has are : last name, parents legacy ( which explains yellow) and Fishball’s undying love. Don’t you feel better about yourself now?

redlead
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Also, why can’t he ditch the yellow ribbon pin? Oh yeah, I forgot… He’s the president only for the Aquino-Cojuangco clan.

Magkamot ka na lang kayo ng ulo, mga pinoy…

Jonathan
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I also notice when he wears his barong tagalog, look at the pin on his right chess, it’s not the Philippine flag but it’s the yellow flag. This only implies that his loyalty in not on his country but on his clan.

Hay naku magka presidente ba naman tayo ng kulang kulang!!!!

JV
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Nakasakit na sa mata ang dilaw…

roi
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And the Pinoys loved it of course! Wala bang kasamang song and dance numbers?

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[…] use of yellow paraphernalia also leaves a bad taste in other people’s mouths. People question why he needs to wear a yellow shirt and a yellow pin when he is out and about. It is too divisive. He seems to forget that he did not win the votes by a […]

Sid
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He should change it to brown to match his shit tier performance.

Jacques
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In fairness to PNoy, he does have a right to some form of fixation, which in this case is obviously the yellow color. But, as others are saying, it is indeed, kind of tiring to see the same color on him all the time. And it does not indeed forge unity at all, inasmuch as the ‘green’ ones (for Gibo, like me) are immediately turned off when I see a picture of him in his usual yellow wrap. He’s like, “I’m the yellow guy, if you’re any other color, back off. I only attend to fellow yellow gays.” If he… Read more »
Lord Chimera
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It his identity, he is a nobody if he doesn’t wear yellow. There also the fact that the color yellow reminds the unthinking masses of the “good” things the Aquinos have done for the them like re-instating “democracy”, restoring “freedom” and ushering a “new beginning”. You guys know what I mean…..

Teabag Deluxe
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Benigno, I think that yellow actually fits Pnoy and his clan – it is the color of urine. He is doing a piss-poor job of running this country while his clan is pissing all over the rest of the Filipinos.

Isko ng Galit
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Peenoy is not worthy of the yellow of his mother. His very wearing of that color disgraces his parents even further. Do you hear me, mister president? You are a disgrace to our country and have inherited the worst traits of your father and mother! Stick with monochrome, it suits the dignity of the office you unrightfully hold.

jona-s
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I agree with the idea of the article. Yellow color is divisive because it reminds other people that Noynoy belonged to the yellow crowd. Belonged exclusively. Right or wrong that is not a good sign if one wishes to unite a fragmented society because of political differences and economic disparity. That is not a wise move if one hopes to move people in helping others overcome obstacles brought about by the natural disaster. Promoting a color of personal and political choice is hardly an ideal act if one aspires to inspire people to act in a singular motion to counter… Read more »
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