Yellowtards refuse to recognise Bongbong Marcos as their president

It is ironic that the Yellowtards who fancy themselves as champions of democracy in the Philippines are now in the midst of a monumental temper tantrum over the landslide victory in these elections of administration candidates Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte. Based on partial results of the unofficial tally reported across media outlets, Marcos and Duterte respectively form the first majority-elected president and vice president tandem in recent history. As such they enjoy an unprecedently strong mandate accorded by the Filipino people. Then again, whether it is a majority vote or the plurality that preceding administrations enjoyed, the real point here is that an elected official serves all Filipinos regardless of who voted for him or her during an election. Corollary to that, Filipinos are enjoined to recognise all elected officials and legislators — even those they did not vote for.

That is how democracy works. People entrust the selection of their leaders and legislative representatives to a system that determines who was chosen by the most voters. The Yellowtards, unfortunately, do not see it that way. They are big fans of democracy when they win but are its biggest detractors when they lose. Worse, they go as far as inciting sedition — even rebellion — to oppose and even depose the legitimate winners of an election. This is evidence of the blatant hypocrisy the Yellowtards apply to their participation in Philippine democracy. Why even field a candidate in an election if their real goal is to acquire power at any cost?

Indeed, the cost to the Filipino people of the Yellowtards’ dishonest regard for Philippine democracy is astounding. The Yellowtards plan to take a destructive role over the next six years rather than one that is constructive and mindful of the interests of the Filipino people. Many Yellowtard partisans have expressed a resolve to campaign for the 2028 elections this early — evidence that this is really all that democracy is all about for them. They fail to realise that democracy and nation building is not just about elections. In fact, the more important aspect of democracy is what happens in between elections. Therefore, how the Opposition conduct themselves over the next six years of a Marcos presidency will be a measure of their true character. Will they act like a child deprived of her candy and remain belligerent throughout? Or will they act like real grownups participating in a mature democracy? This remains to be seen but based on how certain Yellowtards have been behaving lately, there is little promise in seeing that happen for now.

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Why do the Yellowtards behave like this? For clues on the origins of this baffling attitude, we need to look back at how their late matriarch Cory Aquino came to power in 1986. Cory came to power on the back of what was essentially no more than a garden variety US-backed a coup d état. Once seated, she presided over a “revolutionary government” which is really just a nice term for an illegitimate government that operates outside of the frame of the existing law at the time. Most astounding of all, Aquino was sworn in before then Supreme Court Chief Justice Claudio Teehankee. Despite Aquino having effectively broken the law at the time by installing herself as an illegitimate president, no less than the Supreme Court Chief Justice (whose job it is is to ensure things are done in compliance with the effective national Constitution at the time) was conscripted into service to legitimise her “presidency”. One can see just how nonsensical this whole affair was. If one is truly a “revolutionary” leader, then no existing law will apply to the government he or she presides over until such time that the new order is established and a new legal frame supersedes the earlier. An illegitimate power grab can never be “legitimised” within the frame of a Constitution it offended. Aquino even back then was already insulting the intelligence of the Filipino people.

From that brief history lesson, the core DNA of the character of the Yellowtard “movement” becomes really clear. The Yellowtards, at their core, are tolerant of illegitimacy. They live and breath it. This is why, for them, democracy is a mere tool of distraction that they use to continue to perpetrate their nefarious political agendas under the radar of public scrutiny. Unfortunately for them, this modus operandi only worked in an era where Big Corporate Media organisations held a monopoly over mass communication. That era ended in the twilight years of Cory Aquino’s life. The effects of social media on national politics were only beginning to be felt when her son, Benigno Simeon ‘BS’ Aquino III began his ascent to power. Fortunately for the Aquinos, they managed to sneak in a Second Aquino Presidency before Filipinos acquired the tools to keep Big Corporate Media honest and break their power to control the country’s political narrative.

The irony that flies over the heads of the Yellowtards is that it is this very tech-enabled ability of every Filipino to keep powerful institutions like their media industry, their Churches, and their politicians honest today that will also prevent the much-hyped “return to authoritarianism” that that is standard fodder for their shrill “activism” surrounding Marcos’s rise to power. Even today, the mere mention of “a descent to authoritarianism” is enough to induce an eruption of screeching sky-is-falling “activism” across the social media landscape. What more if a sitting leader actually attempts to take steps towards that goal. For that matter, for all the fear mongering the Yellowtards propagate around the idea that a Second Marcos Presidency will necessarily “plunge” the Philippines into a new “Dark Age”, it is likely that even their foremost “thought leaders” will be hard-pressed to describe exactly how Marcos would go about doing that.

Given the improbability of just about every scenario the Yellowtards get their panties all twisted about, one then wonders what it is exactly the Yellowtards want? Do they really want to see a prosperous, strong, and happy Philippines? Nowhere in their rhetoric is there any evidence that they actually aspire to that goal. It seems all the Yellowtards really want is power. Even now, in the face of insurmountable evidence that Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte had won these elections, Yellowtard leader Leni Robredo is the only remaining Opposition presidential candidate who has not conceded. That, by itself, attests to her dishonest character. It also serves as an ominous portent to the sort of Opposition Filipinos will have to put up with over the next six years.

119 Replies to “Yellowtards refuse to recognise Bongbong Marcos as their president”

  1. I think this is a real problem. The Yellowtards now Pinks refused to shift to the parliamentary system. In fact, I wrote an article some time ago about that namely here:

    PINKLAWANS’ REFUSAL TO SHIFT TO PARLIAMENTARY BECAME THEIR UNDOING

    I’m amazed at how they say they respect the so-called democracy but can’t accept their losses. If we were in a parliamentary right now – the Pinks would be able to become the opposition to question BBM every week.

    1. So much for the so-called Democracy. They only respect democracy if the one who wins the election is the same color as them. The irony is on them.

        1. Great! I finally got you to talk to me. My thought is these liberal sore losers probably want to test President Duterte’s resolve to go after them in case they start trouble before he leaves office on June 30. I say, “Bring It On!”

    2. I disagree. The form of government is inconsequential if the officials who run it are influenced by a liberal media that caters to an oligarchy system, A Catholic Church that preaches disunity, and an educational system that promotes Socialism and Communism. Conservatism that promotes unity instead of division through Liberalism, the theme of this new administration, is the solution.

  2. And have you seen the Philippines-related subreddits (dominated by Yellows)?

    Sure, there’s this 1, essentially fantasizing genocide, and got little reaction (just about all negative).
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Filipino/comments/umc253/sup/

    Then, there’s the collective right here:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Philippines/
    So much! So, so, so much!

    There’s this where they decide that donating to help the poor is worthless and should not be done. Helping their fellow-Filipinos is the government’s job. (So much for love, concern for the poor, civic-mindedness, voluntarism, and tolerance!) At most, they’ll ask who the disadvantaged voted for and base giving or not on the response.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Philippines/comments/umdri5/i_hate_to_say_this_but_i_think_im_going_to_follow/

    There’s “An Anti-Poor, Elitist, Judgmental Rant” work. (Yes, that’s the title given by its own author!)
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Philippines/comments/un5b2l/an_antipoor_elitist_judgmental_rant/

    Apparently, we the masses who disagree with them are trolls.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Philippines/comments/un1xpp/stay_vigilant_looks_like_theyre_trying_to_gain_a/

    And their solution is to make another propaganda-wing:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Philippines/comments/umwaav/is_anybody_else_interested_in_creating_a/
    https://www.reddit.com/r/Philippines/comments/un1s5x/the_possibility_of_creating_a_counterpropaganda/
    As though ABS-CBN, PH Inquirer, Rappler, etc. weren’t enough! Yes, their diagnosis was that they lacked enough propaganda.

    I regret recently joining Reddit and discovering that these people are the overwhelming representatives of the Motherland. It would not surprise me if they now project the PH as a new Nazi Germany. God help the foreigners who visit the subreddit for info on the PH!

      1. That’s the same thing the liberal media-brainwashed masses said after the EDSA Revolution. And look what happened 3 decades later.

        Too much generalization confuses the population.

      2. And r/Filipino.

        I just received notice, I’ve been permanently banned from posting anything there for my response to the Moon being smashed into Asia. Apparently, my failure to connect it with a prior California-targeting Moon-crash Twitter “joke” it was was based-on got me banned. (Twitter-users only, I guess?) Their level of tolerance is amazing!

    1. I hope those Redditors get inspired enough to join the NPAs. We have new helicopters that can turn them into corned beef.

      Or they can try to wreak havoc on the streets, giving the police enough reason to beat them senseless.

  3. For a start, i think bbm should change the way our public schools look.

    I mean, we have literally fuckloads of artists and architects, and yet we have got to have the ugliest school buildings in all of asia, and i mean those yellow and green shithouses.

    And its not the budget, those ugly buildings cost a lot per square meter.

    A building can be totally utilitarian and yet still be awesome at a lower cost.

    1. This is the reason why the Philippines became saturated with liberal-educated elitists and media-brainwashed masses, and a feeding ground for political and business oligarchs.

      “I have realized why corrupt politicians do nothing to improve the quality of public school education. They are terrified of educated voters.” —Mirriam Santiago Defensor

      1. A school building must not only be functional, not only be a conducive place to study, but must also be a space to grow the imagination of young minds.

        Lets start there.

        1. This new administration should put money back in a conservative public educational system, instead of a liberal one, to promote unity instead of disunity.

        2. Public school is just a building . It’s fine as is. Wasteful government spending.

          Maybe the new public schools can be designed to look like a giant COCK to please megget. He can then suck the white juice overflowing from the top.

          As long as you don’t use my taxes to pay for it.

          Go call your savior BBM for some of that tallano gold! Mga bobo

        3. “Public school is just a building . It’s fine as is. Wasteful government spending.” — Darth Mortis the Dumbass.

          Well, your brain is “just” a soft tissue of gray and white matter, that contains nerve cells, neurons, non-neuronal cells, and small blood vessels.

          It’s also “wasteful” to keep nourishing your brain, Darth, if your mind is not working.

    2. “For a start, i think bbm should change the way our public schools look.” – Megget

      “Maybe the new public schools can be designed to look like a giant COCK to please megget. He can then suck the white juice overflowing from the top.” – Darth mortis the wise
      ==========
      Don’t know why “public schools” would fall on the topic of opposition refusing to recognize BBM as president. I don’t blame Darth mortis the wise for being misled on the topic hence his response.

      So, what do we do with this disjointed conversation? Maybe Megget can say something about the topic instead? ?

      1. It starts in school, this disjointed yellowtard mindset.

        You fail to grasp the connection because you have a linearly programmed brain.

        1. “It starts in school, this disjointed yellowtard mindset.”
          ==========
          So, school is to blame for the Yellow party to refuse to recognize BBM?

          That’s a bit far out but if that’s all you can come up with, fine. ?

        2. I agree. Without the necessary resources and conservative ideologies that should be taught in school, we leave the education of our children in the hands of liberalism that divide more than unite a nation.

        3. Liberalism is a great lie in the philippine setting.
          Pinoys are not really rugged individualists.

          Most people here prefer to be led and told what to do.

          Without literally telling them what to do.

          Now Yellowtards cant understand that because they lack parallel processing and are strictly linear in their narratives, like that gwapita faggot fella.

        4. They are not individulaistic because the school system is designed for very little thinking. If all you do is copy the blackboard in school… critical thinking is limited.

          The system has been set up for very few oligarchs and families to be successful while the vast majority barely scrape by…. and they are not taught to question in school so how will they learn to question a corrupt system. Instead they just learn to accept the corrupt practices and be ashamed of the practices… but never change them

          I don’t see BBM changing that.

        5. Exactly! The problem with the country is not between political parties. Instead, it’s the ongoing war between conservatism and liberalism. And for the past 3 decades, liberalism has been winning the population on its side through the left-wing media, Catholic Churches, and educational system.

        6. If BBM doesn’t see that one of the country’s ongoing fault is through the failures in the educational system, then someone needs to point those weak areas out to him instead of leaving the future to chance. Yes, critical thinking skills are lacking in Philippine schools, but also the lack of public school funding (resulting from through graft and corruption), and not teaching country building conservatism that leaves education exposed to wanton liberalism, are the other.

        7. If BBM doesn’t see that one of the country’s ongoing fault is through the failures in the educational system, then someone needs to point those weak areas out to him instead of leaving the future to chance. Yes, critical thinking skills are lacking in Philippine schools, but also the lack of public school funding (resulting from graft and corruption), and not teaching country building conservatism that leaves education exposed to wanton liberalism, are the other.

        8. For a start, i think bbm should change the way our public schools LOOK.

          I mean, we have literally fuckloads of artists and architects, and yet we have got to have the UGLIEST SCHOOL BUILDINGS in all of asia, and i mean those yellow and green shithouses.

          And its not the budget, THOSE UGLY BUILDINGS COST A LOT per square meter.

          A building can be totally utilitarian and yet still be awesome at a lower cost. – Megget
          ==========
          What kind of an idea is that? Look of public schools? They’re ugly and cost a lot? And that should be the priority of BBM?

          When questioned, you respond by trolling? Even Aeta cannot save you on that Meg B. ?

          Man, you’re crazy. You are dealing a double personality, Frankenstein. You are a poor copy of yourself, clown. ?

        9. Liberalism, especially wanton liberalism, allows every individual to realize their unique needs and wants, with little to no care on whose toes they step on. And in the case of the Philippines, that’s a lot of toes.

        10. “Exactly! The problem with the country is not between political parties. Instead, it’s the ongoing war between conservatism and liberalism. And for the past 3 decades, liberalism has been winning the population on its side through the left-wing media, Catholic Churches, and educational system.” – Aeta
          ==========
          I think you have been misled by Megget. He talks about how school LOOKS and their COST and not about ideologies.

          Those things you mentioned is above Megget’s head. He cannot comprehend complicated topics like that. ?

      2. @Juan Luna. Fair enough. The 3 of us (you, me, and Megget, or anyone else who wants to join in) need to come up with a mutual understanding (regardless of our unique styles) on how we can move GRP’s writing to parallel what the new administration is doing, or vice versa, to make an impact. Just a thought.

        1. @Juan Luna and @Megget. On a side note, without inflating both of your egos, I admire your (Juan Luna) mental toughness and often laugh at your (Megget) “street-smart” wit and “colorful” insults. You two remind me of the way I think and write.

        2. All your suggestions about moving forward now that there is a new administration is fine with me. I have no problem with that because I don’t have to adjust. Unlike others, I don’t have ill-will, hate or heavy baggage to carry on while commenting on this blog. ?

  4. I read the article a couple of times to make sure I’m getting the information right and not miss anything but for the life of me I cannot find the basis of “Yellowtards refusal to recognize BB as their president” specifically mentioned and why they should be condemned for it.

    The narration of past events involving skirmishes between the Yellow party and the Marcos loyalists have been vividly depicted, as always, but a clear of proof revealing why the Yellow camp is not recognizing BBM as president was nowhere to be found.

    Having realized that what I’m reading appears to be a rehash of the usual attack on the other side that we commonly see on this blog, I was enticed to pose this questions to know if I did miss something.

    1 Was there an official protest filed on behalf of the Yellow party questioning the result of the elections?

    2 Who, specifically, in the opposition, individual or group, is leading this movement not to recognize BBM?

    3 What is their major reason for not recognizing BBM?

    4 Do we have intelligence report on the plans, if any, of the opposition to derail the peaceful transfer of power?

    5 If the allegation is true, are we to say that our national security is under threat because of it?

    I welcome the comments of those early commenters who agreed on the idea advanced by he article. ?

  5. I challenge the architects and engineers (yes , even the prissy kakampink faggots)

    Let us build our country together, leave behind the hate and partisanship; and let our school buildings be the symbol of this new hope:

    That our young will grow and learn and be challenged to excel and be disciplined and work hard to compete with the best and not just be content being mere spectators to garbage noontime shows and foolish dances on tiktok and servants to the rest of the civilized world.

    1. “Let us build our country together, leave behind the hate and partisanship;” – Megget
      ========
      Really, serious? ?

      You really think you can “build our country together” by saying this:

      “I challenge the architects and engineers (yes , even the prissy kakampink faggots)” – Megget

      Is that really you Frankenstein? ?

      1. Because the prissy kakampink faggots are not at all interested in any sort of nation building, anyway.

        All they do is whine and complain

  6. LOL STUPID benigno.

    Why don’t you return from Australia then?

    Obviously bong bong cheated to win the elections. By buying voters with 500 pesos. And the fake news propaganda.

    How can you claim bong bong respects democracy when he doesn’t grant or answer any media interviews

    The pinks are fighting for democracy. Rallying to save the Philippine democracy from coming authoritarianism.

    You benigno loves dictatorship. So you should shut your mouth. You don’t know the first thing about democracy and how it works.

    * also how dare you block me benigno the fool. I know you can’t handle legit criticism and only like to circle jerk endlessly with tae aeta and meggay

    1. You probably got blocked because the color of your narrative wavers between Red and Yellow-Pink, fool. Stick to only one color so the readers will know where you stand. Like the color of what’s inside your soiled diaper. Brown.

      I’m sorry, GRP readers. I promised to behave but Darth Mortis the Dumbass’ last comment was just too tempting to pass up.

      1. He actually wants to study in a cock-shaped school.

        Thats crazy.

        But i can understand.
        Getting beat badly like that can make you lose your mind.

        He should get some rest…

        1. “He actually wants to study in a cock-shaped school.” – Megget
          ==========
          Well, maybe he got the idea from you who loves to talk about “cock”. Here, read again what he said about you.

          “Maybe the new public schools can be designed to look like a giant COCK to please megget. He can then suck the white juice overflowing from the top.” – Darth mortis the wise
          ==========
          You know, knowing you, there is some sense in that statement. ?

  7. “It is ironic that the Yellowtards who fancy themselves as champions of democracy in the Philippines are now in the midst of a monumental temper tantrum over the landslide victory”
    ==========
    What and where specifically ‘temper tantrum’ is? We have to have a clear picture of what temper tantrum describes because it is important to validate the factuality of the allegation.

    “Filipinos are enjoined to recognise all elected officials and legislators — even those they did not vote for.”
    ==========
    I’m not sure about the “enjoined” part of that statement. Unless a law or regulation can be shown that supports that assumption I don’t think Filipinos are pressured, goaded or pushed (if we interpret ‘enjoined’ that way) to recognize an elected officials/legislators. It is not a legislated responsibility. Many have not recognize Noynoy Aquino when he was elected president; so is Duterte. In fact, all presidents elected have experienced people not recognizing them as their president.

    “That is how democracy works. People entrust the selection of their leaders and legislative representatives to a system that determines who was chosen by the most voters. The Yellowtards, unfortunately, do not see it that way.”
    ==========
    The Yellowtards participated in the just recently held elections. How can we say that they do not see democracy ‘that way’? They may not like the results and may resist recognizing the winners but, still, they participated in a democratic process. That is how democracy works.

    “Worse, they go as far as inciting sedition — even rebellion — to oppose and even depose the legitimate winners of an election.”
    ==========
    If true, then that would be a violation of the law and everyone identified must be held accountable. ?

  8. Getting such a cold dose of reality, can leave the deluded person in a state of catatonia..disbelief, detachment from a reality so hard to accept..tearing the very fabric of his fragile self identity.

    The dark monkey is in a dark place right now..he should get some rest for the ole’ brain..

  9. This is a dumb article. I would love to see proof of a vast amount of people not accepting the result.

    Benign0 needs to get over his hate of the yellowtards. The country has for 6 years shown they don’t want the terrible yellow leadership. There is very little yellow leadership and the yellows on anc have very little viewership (it is funny listening to Carmena Constantina, she is truly a horrible reporter, and is absolutely brutal to listen to.every guest on her show she just tries to get them to say something bad about Marcos, and has absolutely no negative things to say about the yellows, which is hilarious)

    Now is the time to address what should and will happen going forward…

    Let’s hear about BBM plans and goals

    Duterte had a 15 point plan he tried to accomplish. He only realized about 4 of those goals because of how entrenched the incompetency and corruption is (because of the yellows mainly)

    We will see if BBM will change anything. Hopefully he will, but what kind of change….
    would love to hear about his plans

    1. Although ANC and other liberal news networks are losing their viewership, their long-term effect is still working its way through the bloodstream of the country, in spite of President Duterte’s 6 years term that woke up the country’s conscience to the devastating effect of the Yellow Party’s influence in their lives.

      Like the long-term abuse of alcohol and illegal drugs, it will take time to completely eradicate the effect of wanton liberalism from the population, and the risks of relapses are going to be there, even if the new administration continues the rehabilitation process that “Digong” had begun.

      Resiliency and consistency are the strategies this new government must continue to employ to avoid losing its momentum.

    2. “This is a dumb article. I would love to see proof of a vast amount of people not accepting the result.”
      ==========
      I agree with the observation. And since it was a weak premise from the start other posters took upon themselves to insert non-related topic to the issue until it dragged to the level of too much ado about nothing. ?

      “Benign0 needs to get over his hate of the yellowtards.”
      ==========
      Same thought here. Winners don’t whine and gripe; they strive to make things better than before. Unless there is warranted attack from the enemy, rage or hate from the winner is really not cool.

      “Now is the time to address what should and will happen going forward…
      Let’s hear about BBM plans and goals”
      “We will see if BBM will change anything. Hopefully he will, but what kind of change….
would love to hear about his plans”
      ==========
      That is the irony of it all. The campaign period took months for candidates to lay out their program of government so that voters will be properly guided in choosing whom to vote. For us to still hear people wanting to hear BBM’s plans and goals is a bit awkward.

      Those who are rabid pro-BBM, instead of talking nonsense, should take time to tackle this issue and explain, IF THEY CAN, what they know about BBM’s programs or plans in pursuing the running of the affairs of the country. ?

      1. Serfs like you dont get to ask the king how he intends to govern.

        Just keep your trap shut and watch the awesomeness about to unfold.

        1. Well, clown slaves like you can say that because you’re used to being nobodies, no rights, no value.

          You see King in BBM, I see KINGKONG in you! ???

  10. Lol look at the dumb sheep. Especially aeta the tae

    Yellow this. Yellow that. Blah blah blah. Pnoy was only president 6 years. What yellows are you talking about??!

    GMA was president for 12 years. Now digong has 6. So when BBM takes the country to the toilet. Are you still going to blame the yellows?

    No wonder you keep talking about education when you don’t even know how to count!

    1. “What yellows are you talking about??!” — Darth Mortis the Dumbass

      The warm, yellow stream that comes out of your front and has to mix with the warm, brown mush from the rear inside your diaper, before Mommy says, “Oh oh, someone made a booboo.”

  11. Typically it’s the BBM supporters who are poor and keep asking for dole outs. Maybe if they exercised their freedoms a bit and stopped being a bunch of losers they can succeed in life.

    Now that the middle class which was mostly pink has decided to withdraw all support and donations. Let’s see how much you BBM losers can survive.

    Go ask for your overlords for a piece of that tallano gold!

  12. Why even bother with improving public education when dumbasses like megget don’t listen to historians , academics and teachers.

    I say shut down all public schools. Wala naman kayo natututunan mga bobo.

    We should just buy big screens so that everyone can watch TIK TOK all day! That’s were you get your education naman. School credits for tik tok.

    The nerve of aeta tae to talk about critical thinking. Ulol gago. Naniniwala sa fake news.

    1. @Darth. I could go with your simple way of thinking of “Monkey See, Monkey Do,” and relieve myself in my diapers or just drop my drawers and do my business on the ground. I’m sure your parents would be much happier if you did the latter—it’ll save them money on diapers–but you’ll have to do your business outside, and not inside the house. And that’ll take a little critical thinking on your part.

    2. If hurling labels and insults like labeling people who disagree with you as “ulol, tanga, gago, etc.” is a sign of good education, perhaps we should REALLY need to reform the education system because we need to get rid of that ELITIST mindset of yours.

      Seems we have Andrea Brilliantes posting in this site. ?

      1. Well..these type of “educated” people won’t last in civil discussions. Their GMRC is as comparable to those Dota Boy Trashtalkers.

    3. Whoa..close down schools? Thats anarchy.

      Has the senseless beating you received on may 9 now made you a bit nihilist?

      That was a genuine beatdown you got there.
      Some people dont recover from trauma that severe.

        1. Socialism is internally conflicted.
          Removing the ruling class only paves the creation of another.
          In the process of destroying the perceived defective societal structures , the socialist himself becomes a structure privy to the same defects.

          It never works, it never ends.

          How can it work when the ultimate solution entails the destruction of the self?

        2. A Tale of Classroom Socialism

          Socialism is “internally conflicted” because everyone thinks they can do whatever they want without being told they can’t.

          “Removing the ruling class” is like a teacher telling a classroom full of preschoolers to stay in their desks while she steps out in the hallway for a few minutes.

          “In the process of” trying to understand what the teacher meant, one preschooler gets out of his desk, the next one follows, and it’s only a matter of time before everyone’s out of their own desk.

          A classroom of preschoolers staying in their desks, after a teacher tells them to, only works when a Socialist tries to convince himself that it could work, and then tries to convince other Socialists who wants the same outcome, to believe him.

          And when all these Socialists start accepting these self-manifested belief, that a teacher could leave a classroom full of preschoolers by themselves and expect them to stay in their desks, then it becomes a delusion and an end to itself.

    4. “I say shut down all public schools. Wala naman kayo natututunan mga bobo.”

      We’re thankful that you’re not in governing power. It’s pretty ironic that you think you’re a critical thinker and your solution is to shut down public school because someone disagrees with you. Talking about being this petty.

      1. The state of education in the Philippines:

        Anyone with a tainted surname and brand him with vile labels, you call him whatever.

        Anyone who is revered as “clean”, “pure”, “saintly”, “qualified”, “walang bahid na korapsyon” but totally inept and you call them good.

        Iyan ang madalas na tinuturo sa mga public schools natin. Ginawa pala tayong bobo ng mga ito since 1986.

        It’s time to reform our education system. And ultimately, our constitution.

        1. Inculcate the youth with hard work and discipline and love of country.

          Remove faggot culture from tv and the internet.
          No more miss gays and street dance idiocy, time better spent on science and math and technology.

          Bring back the marcos trade high schools with better equipment and workshops and proper trainors.

          Close down all those stupid diploma mills that give students no actual practical knowledge.

        2. Nonsense.

          Who are you to say what KING BBM must do? Let the King rule and eunuch slaves like just bow your heads in submission! ?

  13. I’m just glad to hear VP Sara Duterte will become the next DepEd Secretary. Now I know educational reform will be implemented.

      1. “And will be implemented awesomely” – Megget
        ==========
        ???
        If that was a joke it’s not funny. And if it is serious, it doesn’t make sense. ?

        1. Without taking sides between you and Megget, SARA will refund education that was defunded by corrupt politicians, take out liberal textbooks that rewrote Philippine history to fit the Yellow Party’s narrative, and beef up ROTC training.

        2. Of course it doesnt make sense,
          to those who dont care about nation-building and those who dont have the love of country but only have hatred and bitterness and perpetually frustrated thirst for power in their hearts.

  14. According to wikipedia Singapore spends around US 9 billions on education. The Philippines spends about the double amount on education. And still Singaporean education are far more better quality than here.

      1. yeah. I just found out that its the other way around. Singapore uses the double amount in % of GDP than the philippines. Sorry for my mistake.

        1. No need to apologize..

          If its any consolation, our cross dressers will probably beat their real women at beauty pageants.

    1. Yes, the Philippine government spends double the amount but pilfered (misappropriated) by corrupt officials. The main sources of the children’s education is the internet and ABS-CBN. Millions of Philippine school graduates (grade schools and colleges) are not critical thinkers (prefer “Monkey See, Monkey Do” learning) and don’t know the correct usage of English and Tagalog; they end up using each language as fillers for one another called, “Tag-lish.”

      1. Hi.
        “Tag-lish” thats funny.
        i should tell you that i made a mistake… i thought the amount was per capita. it seems Singapore spends alot more on education than this country. So it could be that the reason is not of corruption but simply lack of resources/money or willingness/acknowledgment.

        1. I’m not sure I understand what you’re trying to say. I’ve heard from more than one sources that the areas the Yellow Party focused on in its “Art of War” campaign to gain influence are the media, Catholic Church, and Education. You and I are probably well-versed about the first two but not the third. Education is the feeding ground for the country’s intellects and workforce. If the government doesn’t fund this sector, or feed it with different ideologies other than what’s good for the nation, the future of our children and society are left to chance.

          The Yellow Party has severely depleted the budget that were supposed to go towards Education through graft and corruption, by not supplying and maintaining school resources (buildings, textbooks, furnishings, and etcetera), and rewrote the pages of academia (especially Philippine History) that fits their narrative. Basically the liberal Yellow Party, has turned our young minds into a “diploma mill” graduates that can barely read nor write in grammatically correct English and Tagalog, make-up for their language ignorance by fillers like “Tag-lish,” are liberally media-influenced to be “Sosyals” (root word of Socialism), and kept in the dark about the truth of what’s really going on by the Yellow-sympathetic Catholic Church.

        2. @Aeta
          I’m not sure either I understand what you are trying to say here. So let me ask you this: Is the “liberal yellow party” bad guys? Are they dumbing down the people on purpose? As you can see, althou I do follow, I do not scrutinize the political events and news alot like you probably do.

        3. It’s hard to define what “Bad Guys” are to each person but, I can tell you this and I’ve been around long enough to know, what the Libs did or didn’t do for the country in the last 3 decades, to convince me and the majority of Filipino voters, that it’s time for a change—a big change with the liberals not in power.

          As for “dumbing down” the population? Absolutely. First the Libs did it through defunding our schools and rewriting the pages of academia in their favor, reinforcing the anti-Martial Law sentiments (which was designed for their radical anti-government movement) in their Catholic Church sermons, and brainwashing the masses to become OFWs ( as new breed of heroes) by entertaining them with “mestizo” celebrities leading enviable, aristocratic lives in their movies and television shows, so these OFWs’ remittance monies can be used to to emulate the same “Sosyal” lifestyle patronizing “Big Business.” I’ve seen all these transformations take place in the last 3 decades.

          Anyone who disagrees with my views are more than welcome to because I’m not alone. I share those views and feelings with the majority of Filipinos, and why they voted for a new administration to set the record straight back to the truth, that People’s Power and EDSA Revolution were a hoax for a change of hands on power, not about the evils of Martial Law.

          It sounds to me you’re one of the libs that’s just trolling for information.

        4. @Aeta
          If you want you can call me liberal. But why on earth would someone be “trolling” for information?!! If you think that I’m trolling then I must ask you who are instigating conflict here? I’m not the one who puts people in categories and namecalling of people you really do not know.
          I definitely do not know who I would vote for if I had the chance. It’s possible that I would’ve voted for BBM. Hence we should all be careful not to put people into boxes of categories like you guys are doing since not everything is black or white.
          And it is certain, when I read you guys comments and articles, that debating in a civilized manner is non-existent. You can probably figure it out who to blame for that.

        5. @BenThere

          It felt like some gatekeeping is going on here. It’s like anyone who slightly moves are liberals? I don’t know.

        6. I apologize for insinuating that you might be a “troll,” even if I’m somewhat right about you being a liberal, but that’s the first thought that comes to mind when I feel like I’m talking to one because we have a lot of those on GRP: “Trolling Liberals” who fish for answers so they can throw them back in your face.

          It comes with the territory.

          It’s hard not to “categorize” people and not put perspectives in “black or white,” when you’re on the social media, especially when it’s impossible to know the identity of the person you’re talking to. You should know that by now if you’ve spent any length of time in a dialogue on the social media.

          However, it is much easier to argue your point, in both civilized or uncivilized manner, since no one is going to agree with you anyway except those who share your views. As for who’s to blame for creating this insoluble situation, I guess I can blame myself, you, or anyone who express their views on any social media platforms, since no one twisted our arms to take part in them.

        7. Like a good strategist, I think “BenThere” is checking out the landscape to see who he’ll be up against if he decides to jump in the Lion’s Den with the rest of us. He should just jump in and come up fighting, like a beast, and don’t let up.

  15. Lol aeta tae and meggay talking about education reform while being the dumbest little shits around

    Maybe you should send bbm back to public school. As he has no degree!

    Honestly the kabobohan is out of this world. Go back to tik tok university and tell me about tallano gold

    1. It sounds to me the shits you’re referring to have been thrown away with your old diapers and you just keep making new ones, shit-maker.

      You’re the one who needs to go back to public school and learn how to grow hair on your pubic.

      The “ka-‘BooBoo’-han” you keep referring to is what your Mommy calls it each time you shit and piss in your drawers.

      Finally, the “Tallano Gold” you keep bringing up is the “Tae Gold” you keep wiping on others after playing with those shits in your diapers.

      1. Bbm is on the road to greatness.

        While leni is back in her room, playing with her barbie dolls and doodling dresses on her bedroom wall..

        1. These Yellow Party elitists are afraid of BBM and Sara, and those they appointed in their cabinet, to outperform their previous presidents’ records, which, to date, have done nothing memorable except enrich themselves and their cohorts in government and business. So grab your popcorns and sodas, sit back and relax, and watch this new government do what it says it’ll do. As the former media mogul (Ted Turner, founder of CNN) used to say, “Lead, Follow, or Get [the Fuck] Out of the Way!”

    2. Those who hurl labels and insults on those who disagree with them, along with the self-entitled, spoiled brats who act like toddlers, are mostly attendees from TikTok University that you spoke up.

        1. Pinklawans are starstruck, who only understand the nation based on what their favorite celebrities tell them: “Vice Ganda” and his faggotry, or, imported “Mestizos” on their charismatic looks but not their knowledge and talent.

      1. I learned how to “label” and “insult” from life, not from liberal Tik-Tok universities, that teaches the “Old School” method of “Fight Fire with Fire,” and not with water, on social media platforms.

    1. Vice Ganda is one of the reasons why the international community considers Filipino men as effeminate, not masculine, because of their tolerance of her faggotry.

      1. Lol not surprising seeing BLATANT HOMOPHOBIC comments from pieces of shit megget and tae aeta.

        @benigno the turd why are you allowing these kinds of comments on your website?

        Do your Australian employers know that your website is a breeding ground for hate speech and homophobic comments?!?!

        And megget and tae aeta have ideas on how to reform education. Lol what a joke! You guys and BBM should finish college first before talking.

        Mga bobo walang alam!

        1. I make blatant “Dumbassphobic” comments about you all the time. Are you going to hold that against me, too? Your liberal stupidity, and why you have “shits for brain,” are enough reasons why the educational system needs to be reformed

        1. I dont know why they call it homophobia..

          We dont fear the faggots at all.
          Its more like homo-make-fun-of or homo-shut-the-fuck-up.

        2. LoL! I was drinking a coke when I read the last comment. Now I’m wearing the coke on my shirt.

  16. But the thing is, theres nothing wrong with faggots, except that this one vice ganda has been given so much undue importance, which never happens anywhere else.

    Vice is crass, vulgar and unfunny.

    You dont see crass, vulgar, unfunny faggots in the USA given this much of a platform, hours and hours of airtime, every single fucking day.

    Thats just wrong and speaks badly for filipino culture

    1. I agree. The fact that ABS-CBN (GMA) is allowing Vice Ganda this much airtime, the masses paying his faggotry, and other favorite celebrities, “so much undue importance,” not only speaks badly of the “Filipino Culture,” but also reveals the hidden hypocrisy of the people to put more importance on trivial matters in their lives, than realizing the sources of their society’s endless struggles with poverty and corruption, are the ones they admire and envy.

      1. Exactly.

        I see young people spending more time and passion on street dancing and online games and tiktok and basketball.

        Nothing wrong with that, but those are hardly employable skills – we can only have so many pro dancers and ballers and egamers.

      2. Metal work and carpentry and aquaculture and mechatronics and art/architecture and science and engineering, building and making and crafting and growing and inventing stuff..these are the skills we need for for nation building.

        Not vice ganda on tv poking fun of poor and desperate people.

        1. Aeta and Megget,

          We need militarization of the Philippines, AFP, PNP to suppress the dissents, enemies of the new Marcos regime, communists, and LGBTQIA community.

          We valie LGBTQIA+ as disdainful, meaningless, pointless coincidence and a construct that does not exist.

        2. The majority of the country is confident that the “Build Build Build” program that “Digong” started will continue with this new administration, to rebuild all economic sectors that were either destroyed (agriculture/aquaculture, fishing, local manufacturing, public transportation, to name a few) or monopolized (real estate, retail, banking, imports, to name a few) by these yellow oligarchs will help the idled, media-brainwashed population get back to work. Also, I hope the foreign investors this new government is planning to attract are OFWs, who are willing to pool their remittances together to build businesses that will compete with the 10 billionaire oligarchs’ “Big Businesses” that got their funding from their network throughout Asia.

        3. I agree. The militarization of the country’s AFP and PNP will have to come from feeder ROTC programs in high school and universities, with incentives and bonuses to join and reenlist, and to be given preferences for government jobs after they leave the service. A strong economy is heavily reliant on the armed forces and law enforcement agencies to protect businesses, properties, and lives from any form of insurgencies, locally and internationally. The most effective weapon against government dissenters, without profiling them, is a strong deterrence.

      3. The solution to poverty is very simple.

        Skills pay the bills.

        Those who refuse to be a part of society by gaining useful skills, have no right to complain.

        Those commies demand jobs.but how can we give jobs to people who do not have the capability to produce anything of value ?
        Rather than rallying in the streets, go learn something worthwhile.

        1. Most farmers I know have dealt with NPAs at one time or another in their lives. These NPAs will come around to spread their left-wing ideologies, collect their “Revolutionary Taxes” every harvest season (or whenever they feel like it), and terrorize or harm those who don’t comply to their intimidations; they’re basically a group of thugs (opportunists) with guns to extort monies out of the farmers because they’re too lazy to work; their left-wing ideologies are just facades.

  17. Benign0 and Marcos loyalists, I hope Marcos apologia is hip for its own better and the best… Ferdinand E. Marcos sr. is a hero, a God’s servant.

  18. Hey, fellows…insulting somebody will never win you any debate… Please, debate with common sense…not with senseless insults…

    The YellowTards voted for : Lugaw Robredo…they still think, she won the election !!! “Nalugaw na ang mga utak ng mga YellowTards” !!!

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