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  • Ngek Ngek on Why the CBCP is not a credible judge of who or what is “fake” or authentic@Jerry Lynch To assert that " a reasoning person knows that there is no god" is inviting unreason and violence to reign in the discussion. What is your definition of a "reasoning person" in the first place ? Is your definition universally acceptable by " all reasoning person" ? I am neither a theist or an atheist. I am an apatheist by choice. I am tolerant of people's religious or non-religious beliefs as long as their beliefs is practiced following the universal Rule of Conduct which is not doing unto others what we do not want others di unto us,...
  • martin on A Foreign Blogger’s Poor Opinion on Filipino Food And What’s Seriously Wrong About Filipino Food Blogginglived in Philippines one year when I was in military food was gross, sorry watched girls eat frogs on a stick and chicken abortion made me sick to my stomach, thank god for the base...lol
  • Hayden B on People Should Stop Craving for “Highs”I don't understand why you confine your criticisms to those who use "drugs". You can extend this out to our entire society, everything is done to chase down that burst of the bodies reward system which then once the feeling fades, work begins again for the next dose. This can be as simple as those constantly consuming fast food, to those with a life dedicated to hoarding as much capital as they can. I think using the "drugs" as the generic source of these cheap highs, in a way demonises what can be an either incredibly helpful or harmful category...
  • 507Hyden007Toro98987677.99 on Why the CBCP is not a credible judge of who or what is “fake” or authenticThe great Astronomer Galileo, was nearly burned on stake during the Roman Catholic Church Inquisition, by telling people: "the world is round"...the Church subscribed to the idea that the world is flat. Anybody believing the world is round, must be burned on stake... Organized Religions have been our problem for many centuries. They do not promote the teachings of God...instead, they controlled governments and people with their dogmas. They do not preach the gospels of their religions. They forced their religious dogmas, with threat of "eternal damnation", if their followers will not follow their teachings. Organized religions have been the...
  • ChinoF on Why the CBCP is not a credible judge of who or what is “fake” or authenticThe problem with the Catholic Church is its long history of being associated with politics, right from the day it allied with Roman emperor Constantine, through the Holy Roman Empire and establishment of the Vatican as an independent country. It's the same in the Philippines, with members of the clergy even involved in business, holding stocks in major businesses owned by oligarchs. The Philippine Chuch has long maintained its alliance of power with the oligarchs and politicians, and is not willing to give that up. You can see the church's influence in the 1986 Constitution. It's not the religious but...
  • PolMan on Here is why the ‘fake news’ scare doesn’t resonate with Filipinos…@Propaganda Boy: What makes you a TROLL? EDSA was the biggest mistake and Martial Law is just two sides of the same coin. If you think your SHITPOSTING is the best thing then be my guest, son.
  • BrotherNERO on Trillanes TV meltdown a fatal blow to the credibility of the Philippine Opposition@Propaganda Boy: Your posts are totally out of context. But if you ask me, I'm in favor on something similar to Singapore, not the other countries that you mentioned. My advice: take your SHITPOSTING to somewhere else.
  • Ngek Ngek on Why the CBCP is not a credible judge of who or what is “fake” or authenticThe fundamental questions that must be answer in the issue of fake news is what is truth? Are we absoluteLy certain that what we believe as truth is the truth ? What are the criteria of truth? or there is no criterion of truth only a scientific criteria in the search for truth ? What are facts? a one to one correspondence with reality? Religious beliefs or dogmas affect our perception of reality. Thus when organized religion which is founded on the idea of an absolutely eternal truth clashes with the secular belief of the State, a power struggle is...
  • Daniel Desembrana on Are we just gonna leave the Opposition to the Yellowtards to run?No worries. The people who support Duterte are more vigilant and critical than those who lost power - the yellows, the left and the cult of Uncle Sam. Why? Those people have nothing to stand on anymore. Duterte pulled the rug under them so to speak by addressing all the issues that plagued the country - imperialism, oligarchy, the Church, rebellion, colonial mentality, lack of jobs, you name it he already thought of it. It's the people around him that every Filipino must worry about, member of his cabinet, economic chief, the AFP chief, police chief, etc, all the implementors...
  • IGNORANCE IS BLISS: Looking Into the Willful Ignorance Phenomenon – Auto Aire 24-7 on 3 things holding the Philippines back from becoming another Singapore[…] Source: Ignorance is Not a Class Issue by Garrick Bercero (Filipino Freethinkers) If anything, this anti-intellectualism stance has kept the country from progressing, as it discourages critical t…. This scenario is evident during elections, with millions of Filipinos voting for politicians that […]
  • Jerry Lynch on Why the CBCP is not a credible judge of who or what is “fake” or authenticThe Catholic Church is the most corrupt organization in The Failippines. In addition, any reasoning person knows that there is no such thing as a god and therefore every word spoken by the church is a flat out lie. The "fake news" is every word of the fiction book called the bible.
  • Ricardo Atencia on Why the CBCP is not a credible judge of who or what is “fake” or authenticWhat I could only remember was that the "truth" from the Holy Book has never been thought in the pulpit with intensity compared with those who "protested" and regularly use the Holy Bible in their teaching. It was more of rituals and pageantries of saints and idols. Who, therefore, curtailed the truth? But, things are changing and now worthy to consider that Church has now encouraged and enlightened the opening of the truth. As to the question of credibility of the Church to issue what is fake and authentic news, they should have refrained from doing this as it only...
  • Michaelnino Taruc on Are Filipinos really Oppressed?We're under system built by Europeans, that's oppressive enough as it is. With no identity of self before pre-colonization history since Spain holds secret of many of our artifacts. Man whoever you are, you're a bitch.
  • Michaelnino Taruc on Are Filipinos really Oppressed?Let's see, how can we not be oppressed? The North East Asian Nations (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) doesn't even consider us Asians. A Chinese girl explained this to me. Seeing under Western Labels I'm Asian. Japanese came through called us Sub-Human during WWII. United States called us "The Niggers of Asia". Spaniards came through and colonized and enslaved us for over 300 years. Damages of Colonization everyone wants to be or look paler by bleaching their skin. It's so cool to say you're half Spanish, meaning half white. Fuck this article. You know nothing about oppression. If you are White or...
  • Propaganda Boy on Filipinos cannot progress if they cannot follow even simple guidelinesAuthoritarianism is important with discipline than democracy. Western Democracy does NOT fit in the Philippines. Take a look in China. It has been since Han or Qing Dynasty. It needs to bring back the old-reestablished 1935+1973 Constitution to have unicameral one-party legislature and constitutional authoritarianism without parliament.
  • Propaganda Boy on Here is why the ‘fake news’ scare doesn’t resonate with Filipinos…Ngek Ngek, What makes you a pro-Marcos loyalist? EDSA was the biggest mistake and Martial Law was paradise and the best thing what Cherry Cobarrubias said.
  • Propaganda Boy on Go forward with Duterte, or slide backward with the Liberal Party – Filipinos are left little choiceLink It's better if we are sticking to far-right.
  • Propaganda Boy on Leni Robredo should redeem Trillanes’s dignity after it was crushed by the BBC’s #HARDtalkIt's going to be better if Robredo quits as VP and BBM replaces her as the VP BBM to turn to far-right nationalist-conservative politics to steer away from liberal. UK has become conservative. PH will become conservative someday.
  • Propaganda Boy on Biases and prejudices rule our lives4441Toro007Hyden99999.9999, It's going to be better to bring back and re-establish 1935 Constitution + 1973 Constitution without parliament but with constitutional authoritarianism and with unicameral legislature and one-party state like that in China, instead of multi-party parliamentary democracy.
  • Ngek Ngek on Here is why the ‘fake news’ scare doesn’t resonate with Filipinos…The biggest fake news in the post-Marcos era is Cory's supposed restoration of democracy from Marcos dictatorship. Cory was bringing then this country to an inevitable chaos and/or civil war.
  • salagintong bukid on Leni Robredo should redeem Trillanes’s dignity after it was crushed by the BBC’s #HARDtalkGOOD. very good. investigate the missing 10 billion peso pdap scam and prosecute those liable. the money should be return to the people and if they can't, sequester the property and don't let them get out of the country so they can't get hold of their stolen money. secondly, change the education teaching system. don't let any pro leaning communism ideology be taught in schools. arrest all teachers teaching students to rebel against the government.
  • 555Hyden007Toro999999.9999 on Leni Robredo should redeem Trillanes’s dignity after it was crushed by the BBC’s #HARDtalkCall Pnoy Aquino, or Mar Roxas or Porky Drilon? The Liberal Party are full of incompetents, and half wits...SmartMagic /HOCUS PCOS had done us a good job, in showing to the world, that these people can be elected "automatically" by these evil voting machines... The Liberal Party cannot present a good alternative program, to solve the country's problems, to us...they just go on "political witch hunting" on people of the present administration. If the dumb Trillanes was grilled pathetically in the BBC HARDTalk...how would Leni "The Bobo" Robredo, would perform in such BBC HARDTalk grilling ? The woman does not...
  • ChinoF on Leni Robredo should redeem Trillanes’s dignity after it was crushed by the BBC’s #HARDtalkAside from the crises of leadership and statesmanship that you mentioned, the opposition seems to be suffering from a crisis of sincerity. All they're doing is show off, and if they're into anything serious, it's putting down anyone perceived to be their enemy. Ranging from bloggers not aligned with them to the late Renato Corona. See, in the latter, even if they're in power, they're more into putting someone down rather than building a more stable institution.
  • marius on Trillanes exposed as fake democracy advocate by BBC journalist Stephen SackurJerry: I haven't seen the interview (I assume it's on youtube; I'll check it later) so I can't comment on that specifically. However, Trillanes as a person seems to be completely representative of the average Filipino politician, ie., uneducated, incompetent, wilfully ignorant, and in the game largely to line his own pockets. He's not a one-off: the senate is full of people like him. Writing an article about what an embarrassment he is simply flags up the venality and lack of awareness among Filipinos at large: they, in theory at least, put these idiots in power.
  • Propaganda Boy on Trillanes TV meltdown a fatal blow to the credibility of the Philippine OppositionBenign0 and Ilda, Are you in favor for re-establishing and bringing back 1935/1973 constitution to abolish 1987 constitution for constitutional authoritarianism what it was in Ferdinand Marcos' thesis. It would be much better if we want one-party state with chariman and premier (like that in NK and China) rather than/instead of parliamentary democracy multi-party state or system so there will be no opponents like that in China.
  • Ely on Trillanes TV meltdown a fatal blow to the credibility of the Philippine OppositionSenator Trillanes' political career , I believe , is slowly crumbling into smithereens . How I wish that all the handful obstructionist would also be interviewed by Mr. Stephen Sackur.
  • Propaganda Boy on Does Get Real Philippines vilify Filipinos and their culture?Get Real Philippines may glorify, admire, worship, divinize and venerate the late Ferdinand E. Marcos in a certain situation like this.
  • Propaganda Boy on Trillanes TV meltdown a fatal blow to the credibility of the Philippine Oppositionmrericx, Why not talk to benign0 and ilda about this? Authoritarianism may be a sign of progress and development but to exchange freedoms for obedience, peace, order, if not tyranny. We got quite a research. Democracies around the world are dwindling in the 20th century. It would have been better if our Marcos and Duterte supporters and loyalists want to bring back the re-established constitution of 1935 + 1973 with unicameral legislature and constitutional authoritarianism with one-party state without any opponents. Lee Kuan Yew once quoted that developing countries, including ours and our neiboring countries need more discipline than democracy...