Krisel Mallari’s pathetic tantrum marred an otherwise memorable occasion!

A spoiled brat raised by helicopter parents. That’s really all that Krisel Mallari is. Krisel failed a very fundamental people skill that makes all of us social beings — an ability to be self-aware and respectful. She has shown that she is incapable of applying a mature perspective towards balancing her personal grievances with the fact that she shared those graduation rites with other members of her class. She simply ruined the experience for others — a once-in-a-lifetime occasion that will go down for them as a sad unfortunate event.

Krisel Mallari doing selfies on Twitter.
Krisel Mallari doing selfies on Twitter.
Was Krisel a victim of injustice? Perhaps. But the graduation ceremony was not the right place to attempt to rectify it. File a complaint with the proper authorities maybe. But at least let the others have their pleasant day being seen off by an institution where they spent their formative years.

What is really cringe-to-the-max is the way these Leftist groups so predictably swooped in and turned this case into yet another “freedom of speech” issue. What is really bad is the triteness of the words in their ho-hum rhetoric

This censorship is not alien to Filipino students. In fact, censorship is part of the school’s fascism and repressive ways to curtail students’ constitutional and democratic rights. Checking students’ commencement speeches does not simply mean checking the syntax and grammar of speeches. Checking speeches has been funneled to “screening” speeches. The matter of all matters is very simple: school officials screen, not check, speeches to ensure that nothing against the school will be manifested by the students…

Ugh! Trust the National Union of Students in the Philippines (NUSP) to bore us with words like “fascism” and “constitutional and democratic rights”. And, get a load of this ululation

The student group urged all students to expose injustices in their schools and to use the “hard-earned” freedom of expression and organization to serve the Filipino people.

Jesus Christ Santo Niño de Cacao! It’s a frickin’ high school speech for chrissakes! Who let these idiots out of their cages anyway?? Mamundok na lang kayo!

Watch the video of Krisel Mallari addressing her graduating class at the Sto Nino Parochial School and tell us what you think:

Obviously Krisel’s freedom of speech was not “hard-earned” as she evidently grew up in a family that served food for her fat ego on a silver platter.

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asdfadg
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She made slanderous comments period.

Presidente Emilio
Guest

Never expect the Communists to do decent things. They’re the butt monkeys of our political arena for a long time now.

kalayaan
Guest

She was not able to handle her personal concers gracefully… Being tactless is not bravery. Dealing with grievances through proper avenue is. Freedom of speech, yeah there is. But the rest of the students has the rights to celebrate such momentous life event too. She should’ve been more considerate of that.

John F.
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Are you really insulting a 14 year old? Just because she has selfies as most adults even have, does not mean she’s egotistical. This issue should be seen with impartiality. What needs to be done is for the school to be transparent. Heck all schools need to be transparent in their grading. My school faced the same issue in 1995. The teachers laid out the grades of the top 2, and after scrutiny it was found that one teacher wrongly graded one paper of the salutatorian because the 7 became a 1 and it made a difference. So it was… Read more »
tomas
Guest

nobody said the school wasn’t guilty. anf FYI, the reason why these schools get away with this thing is because nobody fights back in the PROPER manner and forum. if you think this speech somehow changed the way “injustices” of this sort will be dealt with, think again. come next week, this incident will just be another outrage fad thrown in the garbage in favor of the next one for people to grandstand.=)

Notarealname
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Wait, seriously she’s only 14 years old?! Wow, are high school kids getting younger and younger these days? I was 17 when I graduated and a majority of my batch was 16 years old.

Well, that explains her immaturity.

P.S. Spoiled brats can hardly attain honors? Yeah right, I know some really smart people who came up as honorable mentions who are spoiled brats. It’s based on grades after all, not personality.

CAA
Guest

Who told you spoiled brats hardly attain honor in schools? Ikaw pala ang bias e. Spoiled brat lang medyo bobo na? E ang batang payak sa pamumuhay matalino na agad ganun? I beg your pardon.
Pag sinabi nating spoiled brats e sanay na nasusunod ang gusto. What she wants, she gets. Get it?

John F.
Guest

If she made slanderous comments, she risks having that on her recorded if her words are proven untrue. Even “helicopter” parents won’t risk that.

CAA
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They already did.

doydoy
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Sorry pero napaka ipokrita mo kate natividad. Period.

triple r
Guest

Stupid school they should have cut her Mic or better yet allowed no student speeches at the ceremony or even better made the ceremony short boring and simple. THen again a school that can’t even handle a grade dispute among 14 year olds deserves this negative publicity.

Stupid lefties freedom of speech is a guarantee only against repression by the government.

anjuicy
Guest

One Word: SCHOLARSHIP.

Did you not think of that and just went direct to assume that she is an egotistical spoiled brat with helicopter parents?

Monto Gawe
Guest

Awards and Honors are overrated anyway…..
SHE should know that fact, sooner or later.

Dave
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It’s just another unnecessary aspect of education imported from the US model, like those ridiculous college fraternities. My high school didn’t have ceremonies and student speeches, we just got on with it and went home on the bell. But here, my nephew even had a ‘graduation ceremony’ from kindergarten this week – what an achievement!

jome
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Napakalinis mo at sobra mong talino. Dami mong alam

Avergae Joe
Guest

I agree with you. And she hijacked the opportunity given to her by the school to make welcome remarks. I’m not saying that the school has no mistake here, but at the end of the day, a wrong deed can’t correct another wrong deed. And if you look at the whole picture, Krisel’s father demanding for the grades of the Valedictorian gives an image of the kind of family they are

kayobossko
Guest

There are “BAD THINGS” (in our perspective) that need to happen beyond our control. It has to happen for “GREATER” or “DEVINE” purpose.

Krizel was a living example of uncomprimising person – stick to what is due for every deserving students, stick to tranparency, stick fighting your what you think is right.

Avel
Guest

Well at least she have refrained from making herself look a slum raised basher like you. Calling names is very rude,if what you are pointing is right way to conduct a public agenda,.. then you have failed miserably .. all i can see in this post is what we so called “bashing” .. or worse trying to ride the waves created by a young girl ,to make a name for yourself.Please let me stand corrected,.. i myself do not agree with the way she act. but compared to you .. she has surpassed you by miles.

ChinoF
Member

Hmm, interesting. I think I should read that speech she made before she got cut off. Hope someone had a transcript of it. Then people keep saying it’s a threat to freedom of speech or something. So there might be reason to call that claim an exaggeration.

77Toro007Hayden
Guest

Who cares, what she had spoken…I may not agree with it. but, she has the right to speak what she wants…

kayobossko
Guest

It takes “2” to tango – Depriving a student on how the grade was computed is a failure of the teacher, more so with the school. Transparency shall taken seriously by the teacher/school. Never provoke a young student like Krizel – that is why she was sent to school to be trained by “professionals” not “robbers”

totobflip
Guest

GRP is one of the most intellectual groups on FB. But for you to tackle a minor’s situation, A MINOR, is just unethical.

Ang daming problema sa mundo pati ba naman bata papatulan nyo?

Have the decency to draw the line against minors. You have the right of free speech, but don’t attack a kid so you can just post something on your page

You’re more intellectual than that.

kayobossko
Guest

On the same manner, the school must must show to public how the grade was computed to prove Krizel was wrong. That will justfiy the move to stop Krizel during her speech. If you cannot show how it was computed, then the school is in trouble.

kayobossko
Guest

There is no such thing as proper forum if there is injustice. What if Krizel was right, then the teacher/school will maintain the wrong practice.

kayobossko
Guest

Pls dont forget history – the only reason why Filipinos was free from Marcos dictatorship, bcoz Ramos, Enrile, etc. disregard the proper forum. If Krizel did what her conscience dictates, then how will you rectify the wrong practice.

kayobossko
Guest

The burden of proof is no longer with Krizel (bcoz she has no proof how her grade was computed and how she got that recognition), the teacher/school integrity is the question. I challenge the teacher/school – YOU CAN BRING THE ISSUE INTO TO THE PROPER FORUM, LET SEE IF YOU HAVE THE GUTS.

Sick Amore
Guest

The burden of proof is always with the accuser. It’s not wise to accuse people because you just feel you’ve been fooled. She can’t be that angry if she didn’t know what’s happening behind her back. She’s a Salutatorian anyway with lots of guts and ideas but she let everything slide up to that point when she can have her moment of revenge and triumph at the expense of the rest of the graduates’ memorable graduation.

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