President Aquino’s 3 Traits That Have Led The Philippines To Ruin

Ilda has said her pieces about President Aquino and they are certainly more than a little harsh. As if on cue, President Aquino’s supporters are quick to jump to his defense like pagan clerics protecting their grotesque satanic idol. However, despite the adamant and vehement defense being put up around President Aquino, there’s no denying the many disasters that have utterly devastated the Philippines and the very poor responses that are being made to address them. What’s even sadder is that it’s not just the big things he has screwed up in but also the little things such as the hullabaloo happening in NAIA as well as his statement regarding traffic as a sign of a booming economy according to Fallen Angel here.

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However, just like the country he’s supposed to be running, many of President Aquino’s failures are more or less symptoms of a much deeper problem. What’s painful is that I’m sure that his defenders will once again rush to defend him like a swarm of flies and will spit out ad hominems and what not like spitting cobras. Well, unfortunately for them, I’m more than prepared to face them and I’ve gotten more than a little resistant to the type of attacks they regularly use.

So, without further ado…

His Lack of Empathy

As anyone will tell you, empathy is one of the things that make “good” people what they are. Empathy is about putting oneself in another’s shoes. It’s thinking something along the lines of: “How would I feel if I was that person?” Indeed, empathy is very important if you want to socialize with others and form a deep personal relationship with them.

Unfortunately for the Filipino people, it seems that President Aquino lacks any kind of empathy. This can be clearly seen in the way he simply blames the people for the Yolanda crisis, his unwillingness to apologize to the Chinese for the Luneta massacre to his refusal to even acknowledge the heroism of the SAF 44. What’s worse is that in the face of many of these tragedies, he has often seen smiling with what may seem like a psychotic grin. Now, while I myself am occasionally guilty of smiling or grinning in inappropriate situations, it’s more than a little rude to be smirking at such tragedies. Considering his wealthy background, I was hoping that he had at least been taught proper etiquette during solemn gatherings. Apparently, he can’t even be bothered to control himself in such situations and provide the proper respect for the departed.

For reference, just observe how he treated the families of the SAF 44. Instead of treating them with respect and sympathy, he spoke to them the way a pompous teenager talks to a younger kid they’re annoyed with. While he could’ve spoken kindly of their lost sons, brothers, husbands and fathers, he acted like an impatient brat who was too preoccupied with his video game to care about the tragedies other people have suffered. For a man who had also lost loved ones, I actually expected at least a sincere show of sympathy instead of a hollow sense of camaraderie and a statement that simply amounts to: “We’re even.”

Now that I think about it, is it really any surprise that President Aquino remains unmarried to this day? Of course, I’m no expert on women but I don’t think any woman in her right mind will ever marry a grinning idiot who can’t even respect others and their emotions. It’s more than a little egregious that President Aquino likes to say that the Filipino people are his “boss” when he can’t even respect how they feel about the tragedies that have befallen them.

His Immaturity

Well, it’s all been said before but I cannot emphasize it enough. President Aquino has certainly proven himself unable to act his age. Time and time again, from his speeches, his daily activities to his rampant disregard for his own people, President Aquino has certainly proven himself less than mature about his responsibilities as the leader of his country. Well, while I’m sure all of us have a childish side, the problem with the current president is that it seems to be his default mode of thinking.

Take for instance his reactions to criticism against his regime. Instead of presenting people with satisfying answers and explanations, he has only defected the blame to his predecessors. While he could’ve taken the time to actually address the many problems the Philippines faces such as the survivors of Yolanda, the hellish traffic in Edsa or the trials faced by the Lumad peoples of Mindanao, he instead tries desperately to sweep the issues under the rug by refusing to acknowledge them or pointing fingers at other people.

Throughout the many crises the country has suffered from the massacre of the SAF 44, the fate of the Yolanda survivors to the Luneta hostage situation, he has acted more like a spoiled boy who’d rather be playing Clash of Clans rather than the right and proper leader of a country. In fact, most of his speeches can be summed up as simply: “Don’t blame me because it’s not my fault, you should blame these other people.”

His Denial and Delusion

What’s worse is that despite everything I’ve written so far, I’m pretty sure that President Aquino and his followers will just resort to denial and delusion again. Instead of acknowledging the problems that besiege the Philippines such as rampant poverty and corruption, our vulnerability to various natural disasters and the possibility of war with the rebels in Mindanao or China, he has instead to cover them up with groundless lies and insubstantial illusions.

Take for instance all his talk of economic improvement even though the poverty rate has only increased and the poor of the country has only become dumber and even more dependent on dole-outs. There’s his constant talk of improving the military and yet the Philippine military has ranked 6th among the worst militaries of the world under his watch. He claims that a “peace agreement” with the rebels of Mindanao will prevent yet more deaths even though his blunders have caused more casualties than majority of regimes save perhaps for Jose P. Laurel’s. Then there’s his constant insistence that his “Tuwid na Daan” will lead the Philippines to progress even though, so far, it has only lead to more misery for his people.

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Ladies and gentlemen, I need to ask you, do we dare allow President Aquino’s straight road to Hell continue to lead us into a downward spiral of misery and stupidity?

As a side note, when I first saw the film The Hangover, I thought a character like Alan Garner was just a purely fictional character. I thought perhaps that if there really existed a character like him, he would be quickly institutionalized and subjected to various forms of psychotherapy to correct his attitude. Unfortunately, much to my horror, it turns out that we actually elected a similar character as our very own president.

Major bummer, eh?

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31 Comments on “President Aquino’s 3 Traits That Have Led The Philippines To Ruin”

  1. you forgot about his being beholden to the padrino system, so he cant sack his appointed (and also incompetent) honrado at NAIA

  2. It takes a special individual to make a difference and in this case a bad one – NOTE: major bad one.

    It is mind boggling that how will our History can judge this once over promised and over hyped President who’s only merit was he was the son of a housewife and a martyr with no redeeming qualities on his own.

    @Grimwald: Would you count his arrogance/stubbornness be equal to immaturity?

  3. Meanwhile in the real world mainstream media such as Yahoo news, the world laments the fact that our lordship is not running for another term.

    “MANILA (Reuters) – The Philippines’ election is still six months away, but already investors are seeking reassurance that whoever replaces outgoing President Benigno Aquino will honour his clean and competent style of government.”
    “The problem is you don’t have any more Aquinos waiting on the sidelines,” said Kenneth Akintewe, a fund manager at Aberdeen Asset Management in Singapore, overseeing $4.5 billion in assets.”
    “Aquino’s economics team swapped short- and medium-term debt for longer maturities, lowering foreign exchange exposures, and cutting the budget deficit – consequently winning investment grade status from credit-rating agencies.”
    ” “You want to see those processes that he has put in place to improve transparency, to ensure that contracts are awarded on a consistent basis, are continued by the new administration,” he said.”

    Source: http://news.yahoo.com/election-nears-investors-reassess-philippines-aquino-001719447.html

    It’s clear that the legacy of our lordship and his guiding daang matuwid has been a resounding success from the view of major players on the world stage.

    It’s no secret that GRP has agenda to smear our Chosen leader, the intentions are born from bitterness, malice and sinful desires.

    But after a decade.. What has GRP achieved? Nothing compared to our beloved president.

    Your kitchen table of internet armchair activists can smear him all you want.

    But the world has spoken, his legacy is assured.

    May god have mercy on your hate filled bitter souls at the time of judgement.

    Amen

    Mabuhay Ang Pilipinas

    1. Hi Fishball. When you reappeared on this site, I was prepared to respect you and perhaps try and meet your arguments head on. Unfortunately, its just so hard to take someone so beholden to an elective official and calls him “lordship”.

      Anyway, just to humor you Fishball, I simply cannot believe that report. Everything seems to point that Daang Matuwid is bad for investment. You remember Inekon? Ain’t no one gonna invest here after dat. Energy? Yup. Too expensive. Taxation? Yup, we’re still at 30% corporate income tax and 10-32% income tax for individuals, yeah, there goes your profits. Traffic, check, there goes productivity. Bribes and extortion left and right and PNoy giving the distinct impression that he doesn’t believe in it, check. Rampant everyday violence? OOOh we got that.

      So Fishball, what you copy and pasted there is clearly either 1) a misinformed reporter or 2) propaganda.

      Fishball, next time don’t call him “lordship” you’ll just be branded as a troll.

    2. @Reality:

      When did Aquino become a “living God”? You call him :”Lordship” . Emperor Hirohito of Japan, was a “living God” to the Japanese, during World War II. They have : “Kamikaze pilots, Banzai charges, etc…to die for their Emperor.

      If you are willing to die for :”His Lordship Aquino”…do it on your own. Do not take innocent people with you…Go to Mt Banahaw, and hang yourself…it is the best way…

    3. Please check in detail what is on yahoo.

      It is content that has been paid for.

      It’s like pointing to a Spiderman comic book and declaring: “See I told you he’s real!”

    4. Ang pumatol sa tanga ay tanga din. But, I must give you credit for your persistence, @Reality, napaka-kulit mo. So, I will oblige and risk being a tanga. Go ahead, laugh. But, good men can’t be silent in the face of evil, especially in the face of supporters of a narcissistic fool who continues to take down the dignity of the highest office of the land.

      It is the first time that only mediocres are running for the office – that is what 2016 is all about. It is the final testament that a fool has occupied the office — the legacy of your PNoy.

      “Mabuhay ang Pilipinas” >> I cringe hearing that from you. Your President is NOT FOR the Philippines. He is only the president/ puppet of the Top One Percent. You are a treasonous tanga and sound so hypocritical when you utter such a thing.

      “Amen” >> oh please. A typical holier-than-thou Filipino. You are giving religion a bad name. Real religion has no room for tangas, unless you mistake superstition as a religion, which is typical Filipino.

      “May god have mercy on your hate filled bitter souls at the time of judgement.” >>> duh!!! Do not use the name of God in vain. Please, He is not a go-to being for utility when one has no argument to present. It appears you are the one who needs more divine mercy. Quit supporting evil, and maybe you will see one day what are the right things to pray for. Again, bastard, you are giving religion a bad name.

      “But the world has spoken, his legacy is assured.” >> We don’t need the world for that. Every Juan, Pedro, and Maria knows your PNoy will have a legacy. There is already an army of lawyers waiting for him to step down. Name the case, they have plenty to work on: DAP, Malampaya, SAF44, Bribery of Congress in the case of Corona and Gutierrez, etc, etc. (Of course, we all know he also has an army of psychiatrist who will attest he is insane. As a last resort, he will plead insanity in order to escape reclusion perpetua. Even Gloria might even pardon him, despite what UN is saying, for even the most hated labandera is now showing more humanity than your vindictive lord.) I guarantee you Abad, Abaya, Alcala, Soliman, and the rest of the KKK will not allow themselves to go to jail without your lord. Hyatt 10 have already demonstrated their knack operating in a snake’s pit.

      “Your kitchen table of internet armchair activists can smear him all you want.” >> It is not smearing that we do. What we do is to highlight the smearing that PNoy does to himself. If you didn’t get that, tanga Ka talaga.

      But if that’s how you feel, do something about it please. We can tell you how easy it is to highlight the damage PNoy is inflicting on himself, and all by his lonesome self. Unfortunately, he is dragging the nation with him, and that is why we have to say something.

      “But after a decade.. What has GRP achieved? Nothing compared to our beloved president.” >>> Remove the propaganda, WHAT EXACTLY HAS HE ACHIEVED? Continue the economic policies of Gloria? NAME ME IN CONCRETE TERMS EVEN ONE ECONOMIC POLICY HE CAN CALL HIS OWN. Daang TUWID? Hahaha. It is the most vacuous, most hypocritical, most expensive propaganda ever. So, c’mon, take up the challenge please. And, not another cut and paste argument please.

      This is the place, man. GRP is the superstar of political blogosphere. Our greatest achievement: none of us is a narcissistic fool who would have the gall to run for the president. Walang na nga ginawa sa senado, nag president pa — the courage of a fool. Our greatest achievement: we will never call him lord. Our greatest achievement: we have the highest respect for that Office, which your lord continues to bastardize. Our greatest achievement: to have a level headed thinking, to see things in their proper context, to continue to hope that we see things in their right proportion. Our greatest achievement: exposing the incompetent, the uncaring, the narcissists, the plunderers, the mediocres, and trolls like you.

      “It’s no secret that GRP has agenda to smear our Chosen leader, the intentions are born from bitterness, malice and sinful desires.” >>> BWAHAHAHA …. WAIT… ROFL … WAIT. Let me rest, really funny. …wait let me rest, still laughing …. Hope you realize that you have just complimented GRP. Such things are the greatest compliments when it comes from a yellowtard.

      “It’s clear that the legacy of our lordship and his guiding daang matuwid has been a resounding success from the view of major players on the world stage.” >>> oh my gosh. you are participating in treason. You don’t see it????? Please do your self a favor, do more research and don’t just read yellow propagandas. I think many could see you are so blind. Oh gosh, how could you allow yourself to be in such pathetic situation. Okay, I will repeat, you are probably the one who needs more prayers than anybody else.

      What major players? Obama has just stopped all disbursements to PHL, even that related to MDG, because of the appalling level of corruptions here. So, who likes PNoy? The Neocons. Hehehe, right there you could deduce PNoy is giving away the store.

      ” Source: http://news.yahoo.com/election-nears-investors-reassess-philippines-aquino-001719447.html” >>> Sonamagan, have you even taken a look at the comments right there in the article itself — it is all discrediting the article right there and then. Maawa Ka naman sa sarili mo. You come here with these links and masyado mo naman pinapahalata na tanga Ka. It is a propaganda piece as many of the comments therein immediately noticed. And you can’t see that?? Oh my, kaya nga I don’t know kung bakit pinapatulan Ka namin.

      When the article said scandal-free, immediately you know the article is lying. It is propaganda. Then the author quotes a fund manager. Hahaha, of course, he has to justify why they have put money here. But, to connect that to PNoy has to be a joke. Hot money has nothing to do with him. PHL will always be a good place to park a money when the global market is bearish. It is the least affected by the ups and downs in the finance and capital markets because it is a minimal player as such, plus the fact that there is a steady flow of OFW remittances. Your PNoy can sleep and what happened will happen. Again, you are just demonstrating his incredible propensity to grab credit at anything, even straws. His is really management by propaganda — a mortal sin as any Deming, or total quality management, student will tell you.

      “You want to see those processes that he has put in place to improve transparency, to ensure that contracts are awarded on a consistent basis, are continued by the new administration,” he said.” >>> Funny that this is a paragraph in the article you would highlight. I was suspecting you are tanga, but you are confirming it now yourself.

      What transparency are you talking about? He promised the FOI Bill, where is that now? Isn’t he now the principal among the forces opposing this Bill? But, that is typical PNoy, he says one thing, does another thing. Please read what Ilda and Grimwald just wrote. This time understanding them point by point, maybe you could solve your pagka-tanga by it.

      “Aquino’s economics team swapped short- and medium-term debt for longer maturities, lowering foreign exchange exposures, and cutting the budget deficit – consequently winning investment grade status from credit-rating agencies.” >>> Wasn’t Gloria who started this? In fact, Gloria has done a lot to convert a good many of the foreign debt into domestic loan. And now, PNoy is back deep into Foreign debts?? He is just kicking the can further down the road. On top of that, he is borrowing in order not to spend it. That’s the Aquinomics for you. No wonder predator financial institutions love him.

      And yet has he been opened about the sovereign guarantee he has so far issued? A Big No. The same way that they have been vague about the foreign donations during Yolanda, where is the final accounting of this? I think the country is in for a big shock after he steps down. Hope Mar does not win so we can audit the books.

      “The problem is you don’t have any more Aquinos waiting said Kenneth Akintewe >>> not exactly correct. You have Kris, Bimby and Joshua. The 50 year old PNoy is the exact photocopy of them despite the age difference.

      “Meanwhile in the real world mainstream media such as Yahoo news, the world laments the fact that our lordship is not running for another term.” >>> Well, here is the real world for you without the need of media. Your own senses could verify them.

      1. 70% of the country’s agricultural land are exempted from redistribution, including Hacienda Luisita, the 7,000-hectare sugar cane plantation owned by President Aquino’s family.

      2. He has totally neglected the agricultural sector in order to allow importation, technical smuggling of food products. Thus, you have unemployment at its highest level.

      • The jobless swelled to 4.3 million and underemployed to 6.9 million in 2014.

      • Poverty stays at 27 percent, the same rate since 1986, but worse in real numbers due to population growth.

      • Hunger dipped to its lowest level in ten years, but still afflicts three million families, 15 percent of total.
      people are poorer because corruption festers.

      3. He opposes the tax reform bill. He is anti-people, anti-revenue, anti-efficiency, anti-everything. If you are anti against such an anti, then you can only be positive. So, it is no surprise why you will never comprehend GRP.

      4. His idea of dispersing wealth is by congressional and presidential pork barrels.

      (Leading pork beneficiary is Abad’s own wife, the congresswoman of the smallest province, Batanes. Although a congressman was entitled to only P70 million pork a year, the wife got P860 million in three years, 2010-2013.)

      They cover this up by indicting Opposition leaders for plundering P10 billion in pork. Yet P-Noy allies are spared. This is encouraging more corruption. Supreme Court already outlawed the racket. Still, P500+/- billion in similar discretionary lump sums are inserted each year in the budgets (11 of 21 line agencies alone, according to Ping Lacson)

      They say #NeverAgain to a Marcos when since 1986 to date, peaking each year in the last ten years, what has been stolen are already estimated at double what disappeared during the 20 years of Martial Law. Never mind sana if #NeverAgain is about justice. But no, it is not about justice. It is just about scaring people, a big cover up, so they can retain power, and PNoy is in the forefront. Don’t forget he remains a friend to Binay. But, the mere fact that a Marcos is a leading contender for a position a heart beat away from the presidency is already a testament to the miserable performance of PNoy. Win or lose, Bongbong has already slap insultingly the face of PNoy, if you think about it.

      5. Extracting it from WB data, smuggling has been 10x the average in the last five years. Where is his promise that PHL will be rice self sufficient? They have proven to be a burden to farmers and consumers. They even overpriced rice imports by P2.4 billion in 2013 and 2014. In June of those years, rice retail prices surged right after the dry-season harvests. Onion, garlic, and ginger prices soared too, You lord is the lord of sleaze. The Ombudsman is taking too long to resolve plunder raps arising from the overpriced rice imports.

      6. Do I even have to talk about MRT, where we are losing four billion each day because they simply terminated the services of Sumitomo. Magpapasagasa daw sya sa tren pag di naayos, so why doesn’t he? ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIRB61FIZ8Q. )

      7. And don’t get us started on SAF44, because with this one, if given an opportunity, I will throw my stinking shoe at the face of your lord.

      8. What about illegal gambling. Ahh never mind… I think I have said enough. For now I feel tanga for making patol a tanga.
      ?

    5. @Reality – palagay mo ba maloko pa ng gobyernong Aquino the Pwesident kasama ka na doon ang taong bayan sa matatamis ninyong salita? oh come on? alam na ng taong bayan kasama na ang boung mundo kong gaano ka balasubas ang anito mo

  4. Aquino lack of empathy is due to his Depression and Mental Illness. He is in his own world. He does not care anything , beyond his world.

    It is the same mindset of Nazi Adolf Hitler of Nazi Germany, that led to the Holocaust, his sacrifice of German people in conquering countries.

    The way he solve problems is to deny them. He thinks, if he deny that these problems do not exist…they will disappear.

    His delusion emerged, when he went to buy an Honorary PhD at Fordham University in U.S.He thought himself, as a great man; working to earn such an honor. It is paranoia on the grandest scale.

    His delusion emerged, when he went to buy Honorary PhD, from the Fordham University in the U.S. He thought of himself, as an accomplished person. So, he must award himself, with an Honorary PhD.

    The Media that support him , like the ABS-CBN, enabled him to believe that what he is doing is the Reality.

    Aquino was brought up without working for anything. He was born rich; and was served by retinue of servants. He never accomplished anything. He still has not grown up. Remained as Child in Adult body.

    In the Battle of Leningrad, Soviet Union. Adolf Hitler, ordered his Nazi troops to stand their ground and not retreat. His troops were suffering from frosbite, as a result of the harsh Russian winter. They were ill equipped; and lacking food and ammunition. Nazi Gen. Paulus, who was their commander; countermanded Hitler; and surrendered his forces in order to save his army.

  5. @reality…his lordship??? nagpapatawa ka lang ata or out of your mind? or just baiting? if it is the first, then thanks, i had a good laugh…if it’s the second then the National Mental Hospital is open to all comers..you can walk in anytime…if it’s the third, sorry, am not biting…

  6. While we suspect that something is not right with Mr. Pnoy, I am reluctant to buy into the various prognoses and hypotheses on his defects in several of these postings. Short of a professional and considered opinion, I’d dismiss these as hyperbole and gibberish arising from unbridled anger and vitriol.
    Early last year, at the crest of the hallelujahs and paeans for him, I posted a negative note in the Daily Inquirer and the Philippine Star through another blog service. I contended then that Mr. Pnoy was in fact just a very fortunate man; having been in the right place at the right time. His election so coincided with a time when the world was recovering from the 2008 financial crisis; and, when the real ‘tigers’ of ASEAN.. Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand were flush with cash. It was also a time when Mrs. GMA’s economic safeguards and principles were already in place and ready. This stray money within the region was just eager to occupy a vacuum that was fairly safe, had reasonable infrastructure, and had manpower and executive potential. The Philippines was just that vacuum. The combination was so ideal.. even a ‘half-wit’ couldn’t fail.
    There, apparently, was a big amount of activity and development in infrastructure which are visible today. As well, there was a remarkable spike in the country’s GDP for two consecutive years. But that was all… and none, (except for some roads and the slap-dash renovation of the airport terminals), were directly traceable to Mr. Pnoy’s management.
    Given the stroke of good fortune then, another President would have done more; would have ensured sustained development; would have been more inclusive and would have galvanized the country towards more productivity. Instead, we see newer and bigger problems.. the BBL, DAP, PDAF, MRT, LRT, the incredible traffic mess and the Spratlys.. to mention the more visible ones. Foreseeable, as well, is that the Napoles, Ponce-Enrile, Jinggoy and Bong cases will soon be forgotten; and, that Binay could rule as from 2016. It might dawn to quite a few of us that the President, indeed, has a problem, and that this might have accompanied him coming in.

    1. Adjacent countries do not affect the progress of a country. The Philippines is floating on OFW remittances. The value of the Philippine peso has continued to decline. Inflation is running at a rapid rate.

      Aquino Lucky? He is lucky to be born rich, and lucky to had deluded us all. He is lucky to hold on his Hacienda Luisita. We are unlucky to be ruled by this misfit.

      Anyone, with a knowledge of PsychoAnalysis and Psychiatry will know Aquino has a personality and Mental illness issues.

      His behavior , under stress is a glaring example. His decisions are also glaring examples.They are not the decision of a sane man.

      Nazi Fuhrer Adolf Hitler, has mental issues also, as diagnosed by his Army Psychiatrist, during World War I. Yet, he became a Fuhrer, and led Germany to ruin.

      I will not try to argue…with this subject. However, his behaviors, and decisions speak for themselves.

    2. >> It was also a time when Mrs. GMA’s economic safeguards and principles were already in place and ready. This stray money within the region was just eager to occupy a vacuum that was fairly safe, had reasonable infrastructure, and had manpower and executive potential. The Philippines was just that vacuum.

      Err… you what now? Did any of that actually happen? What “economic safeguards and principles” are we talking about? The Philippines is still a kleptocracy with thieves at every level of society. Economic policies appear to have been formulated by children doing their “if I were the president” project. Why would anybody in their right mind put their money in such a place?

      If there was any investment, new infrastructure, etc, it was extremely limited and with no economic or social impact. Life in the provinces goes on exactly as before.

  7. The Philippines was ruined long before Aquino came along. There is no hope for Filipino’s……except those who get and education and leave the country . AND are smart enough to never go back.

  8. For this president, saying “I am sorry. I take full responsibility.” is thought to be a sign of acceptance of guilt and a display of weakness.

    So when anything goes wrong it is never his fault. It is always the fault of a subordinate.

    In the private sector or the army, even the lowest level manager knows how to apologize and take the blame before their higher-ups for the goof up of anyone under his team. But not so with our President.

    This is what you can expect when you suddenly put a pauper in the place of a prince. Presidents should at least have some management experience and undergo some training and move up the ranks.

    Unfortunately, our system is designed to put anyone without the slightest of qualifications on the highest post of the land. A complete recipe for failure we are bound to repeat again and again till the constitution is changed.

    “Good luck” nalang sa susunod na halalan – you’ll need truckloads of it.

  9. To my Filipino Brethren:
    We do not have to prove or disprove anything against Pres. Aquino, because let us not forget that there was one very ‘authoritative and unquestionable’ personnel evaluation of Pres. Aquino based from his childhood, adolescent and adulthood:

    “CORY: Noy-Noy is NOT fit to become president!”

    A mother will never put his children down, more so, announce publicly that his son is not fit to become a public servant. But being honest and politically-naive at that time, she declared this of Pnoy. Thus, Cory’s evaluation of Pnoy of NOT fit to become president is the most ACCURATE evaluation ever. Better than any professional psychologists/ psychiatrists, since it is a mother’s observation of a person since birth. Period!!!!

    1. Even heard something worse than that. On visiting China, Cory was advised by a distant relative fortune teller to not allow her son to be president for he will wreck havoc on the country and untold misery on the people.

      Not sure about the reliability of this tsismis, though, Well, tsismis are not reliable anyway. But interesting, fortune teller seems to be a good one, ha?

    2. yes, to this MADPnoy eating boggers who manipulated the yellow oligarchs family of traitors and landgrabbing asinderos, who fooled and dumbdown the Filipinos of making it a third world status country, as what had John Perkins book, in the economic hitmen of the Marcos destruction 32 years ago…

  10. The pathway to MADPnoy or matuwid ang Daan Pangungurakot noypi of kulangkulang99 leads to Philippine ruin to a third world status Philippines from Great Nation Philippines of Masagana99 Apo lakay Marcos legacy of 22 years of Great Philippine nation that was revealed by John Perkins in his book the economic hitmen of Marcos destruction…

  11. The pathway to MADPnoy or matuwid ang Daan Pangungurakot noypi of kulangkulang99 leads to Philippine ruin to a third world status Philippines from Great Nation Philippines of Masagana99 Apo lakay Marcos legacy of 22 years of Great Philippine nation that was revealed by John Perkins in his book the economic hitmen of Marcos destruction…from the economic hitmen of snulzh,bossworth,CardinalSin,danding couangco and lastly the senaton tanda the enrile Alibaba of forty senathieves with bribe bacon barrel.

  12. SIMPLE COMPARISON FROM A FIRST WORLD STATUS GREAT NATION PHILIPPINES OF APO LAKAY MARCOS 22 YEARS MASAGANA99 LEGACY INTO THIRD WORLD STATUS MADPNOY KULANGKULANG99 BRIBED BACON BARREL OF JUSTICE CROWN WITH THE AID OF TONGRESMAN TOO FAST TO CONVICT.

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