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  • alma rose on Why Carlos Celdran should go to jail for his 2010 Damaso stuntno, wrong. differentiate between philosophical secularism and political secularism. after the President Duterte issued the proclamation that made January the national bible month, to be celebrated annually, that is an imposition that made Bible Distribution a "secular" activity, not a religious one. Perhaps, the commotion that happened in 2010 inside the church was merely between Manila Cathedral parishioners and Carlos, and so the police, and other government enforcement agencies needed not meddle. It is not only you Catholics who live here in this country, there are other religionists. If Carlos case will lose, it is going to become a precedent...
  • Tobias on Why ‘Who Sings This ? ‘ Is Usually A Dumb QuestionI like this article of yours Gog. I personally prefer listen to great classicals like Antonio Vivaldi's symphony (Four Seasons is my favorite) when I want to relax. When it comes to songs, I listen attentively to the lyrics. I always end up praising the song writer more when I read quality lines than the singer or the band in the process. For others, "who sings this?" is the relevant question. For me, its "who wrote this?" I understand that Dewey Finn/ Ned Schneebly/ Jack Black blames MTV for the destruction of all civilization. That is eerie. Why? Because the...
  • 77Hyden007Toro8765677.098 on Why ‘Who Sings This ? ‘ Is Usually A Dumb QuestionWe all have to pitch in...
  • Gogs on Why ‘Who Sings This ? ‘ Is Usually A Dumb QuestionThank you Hyden . Your first point . Somebody else covered that topic in GRP. I only bring her / him up because we have so few current singer / musicians that are known beyond our shores. Thanks for reading . I enjoyed writing this .
  • 33Hyden007Toro8889.999 on Martial Law Crybabies demonise @MsLeaSalonga because Presidents Cory and BS Aquino failed to jail the Marcoses!The Liberal Party , the Aquino Cojuangco political axis, and the YellowTards, cheating in the 2016 national election is unforgivable. The HOCUS PCOS, SMARTMATIC. The former COMELEC Chief, Andrews Bautista, having several bank accounts, with multimillion pesos, is unexplainable. The money can be tied up with the election cheating. The election of Leni Robredo, as Vice President is an assault to the will of the Filipino people. The sabotage of the recounts of votes, is to frustrate the will of the Filipino people. The Aquinos want to monopolize powers for themselves. And, they are talking about: Democracy, Human Rights and...
  • sarda on Why it is ABSOLUTELY wrong for Filipino workers to expect tipsThe idea of what is "good" and "bad" is based on the moral law based on the idea of hero-martyr-saint. Two friends walks along the sidewalk, suddenly a beggar approaches them and beg for alms, one guy dip in his pocket gives the beggar a change, the other guy did not do anything, so in the eyes of the beggar, one guy look "good" and the other guy looks "bad".
  • sarda on Filipino-style ‘labour activism’ makes Filipino workers poorer rather than richerThe idea of hero-martyr-saint is the dominant moral value Pilipinos agreed upon. One thing about this idea is that, it requires a sacrifice of life, so if you are true to the idea, you mus be ready to sacrifice your life, no question ask, just like Rolando dela Cruz, but if you just want to make a political career, you can use the idea to sound like a hero-martyr-saint, just like Mike Defensor.
  • 333Hyden007Toro888877.22 on Why ‘Who Sings This ? ‘ Is Usually A Dumb QuestionWho sings this ? Charice Pempengco...Wrong. Oh...she is now a He...Jake Zyrus....Right... I have no quarrel with transgenders. Even, if they become a She or a He...Music is music...we enjoy whatever the variety of music, and how they are composed and sung by various artists. Art imitating life. Life imitating art ! Sing it with gusto. Listen until your eardrum is blasted...
  • 77Hyden007Toro9999.888 on Mayor Tommy Osmeña And The Dopesickness of Cebu CityWe now has become a Narco Republic. Our government is partly run by Narco Politicians. Mar Roxas, who was the previous Sec. of Local Government, may had received "tongs" from drug dealers. Why did he allowed this Shabu Drug problem to grow into unmanageable problem ? The former Sec. Of Justice, Leila de Lima, who is a crook and a drug dealer/lord, herself, is in jail , convicted of drug dealing. Leila de Lima made the Bilibid Prison, the "center of drug trade"... Only Aquino, who was responsible for this drug problem, to fester under his administration, remains free. He...
  • 77Hyden007Toro1111.22 on Martial Law Crybabies demonise @MsLeaSalonga because Presidents Cory and BS Aquino failed to jail the Marcoses!The YellowTards tactic of frightening people, with Marcos Martial Law is not working. The tactic of demonizing Marcos and his family is not working, anymore. What else can they do, to cover up their failures and corruption in governing our country ? The Aquino Cojuangco political axis, came into power, with the help of the U.S./C.I.A. and the U.S. Dept. of State. They were supported by the Communist Party of the Philippines, and the Roman Catholic Church. What are their accomplishments ? More than 30 years of widespread corruption; feudal oligarchs; family and political patronage; COMELEC SMARTMATIC HOCUS PCOS; DAP;...
  • GoodStriker on Martial Law Crybabies demonise @MsLeaSalonga because Presidents Cory and BS Aquino failed to jail the Marcoses!What happened in 1986 is a sham. Cory should also be blamed because she hates Marcos so much she didn't allow the late dictator to be charged in a court of law. We all know that she and her cohorts are also crooks, hailed as 'heroes'.
  • sarda on Solution to Manila flooding may involve more of living with it than protecting against itIsn't it ironic, Manila, the country's center of education, daming universities, daming engineering graduates....Aaah, I can't say anything anymore.
  • mrericx on Martial Law Crybabies demonise @MsLeaSalonga because Presidents Cory and BS Aquino failed to jail the Marcoses!We failed to either jailed or executed against the Marcos clans right after the EDSA Revolution & then the Filipinos are still undisciplined, weak, dumb & divided. This is the end result on that revolution, its a dummy revolution with no REAL change & justices after the 20 years of Marcos dictatorship. Unlike in a Eastern European country of Romania where the Romanians successfully toppled down their ruthless dictator Nicholas Ceausescu & they even executed him & his wife in December 1989. After that event, Romania is now a developed/industrialized country & even a member of the European Union or...
  • marius on Martial Law Crybabies demonise @MsLeaSalonga because Presidents Cory and BS Aquino failed to jail the Marcoses!meh. The Philippines has been a shithole at least since the Spaniards invaded. They wrote quite a bit about how hopeless the Filipinos were ... 400 years ago. Considering they'd invaded a whole bunch of other countries and must have been familiar with the typical reaction of subjugated peoples, the Filipino reaction must have been completely unexpected. As far as I can tell from the historical records, the Filipinos mostly ignored the fact that they'd been occupied and just carried on doing what they do best (ie., annoying each other, fighting, and stealing). I think it's important to realise that...
  • GoodStriker on Martial Law Crybabies demonise @MsLeaSalonga because Presidents Cory and BS Aquino failed to jail the Marcoses!Just think of this: Marcos is an asshole who keeps other assholes at bay. When he left, all of these assholes that are kept are all over the place and they turned this country into a shithole.
  • marius on Martial Law Crybabies demonise @MsLeaSalonga because Presidents Cory and BS Aquino failed to jail the Marcoses!"It is a soft, forgiving culture. Only in the Philippines could a leader like Ferdinand Marcos, who pillaged his country for over 20 years, still be considered for a national burial. Insignificant amounts of the loot have been recovered, yet his wife and children were allowed to return and engage in politics." - Lee Kuan Yew What he was saying, I think, is this: >> the Marcoses remain a symbol of the failure of Filipinos [fixed that for you] to oversee the transformation of the Philippines into a prosperous and just society. The fact is, a good fraction of the...
  • GoodStriker on Martial Law Crybabies demonise @MsLeaSalonga because Presidents Cory and BS Aquino failed to jail the Marcoses!This post is 2 years ago and still relevant: 30 years, they had all the chance to make the Marcoses accountable, and 30 years they have failed. And now, they want the Junior (Bongbong) Marcos to apologize in lieu of their failure. What a convenient way to cover their miserable failures. Indeed, the most dangerous lies are those that are nearest to the truths.
  • Tobias on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveIt needs to be stated even if some of us know that it is obvious. Besides, most of her followers will never do what the article is suggesting. It is us, the non-followers, who are doing or will be doing it. Now its up to Mocha to listen or not.
  • Jesse McCree on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressive@Aquino Citizen: Since you admit that media was sensational enough, we can say that everything the media said against Arroyo are all sensationalized. You said it your self. So that means they're not 'exposing' the 'evils' of her administration or anything. Pretty much confirms that they did it for their own selfish interests, for their own personal agenda. Of course, you won't admit it since you're guilty of having one. More like propaganda and half-truths. Thanks for exposing yourself.
  • sarda on Filipinos need to end their love affair with mediocrity and ‘pwede na yan’ mentalityYour article will only win approval of people not within reach of the elite mentality. Since I hate the elite mentality, your article is beautiful.
  • Gogs on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveVery simple question. Kris' slutty stints with a bunch of married guys entitle her to using the taxpayer's helicopter? The Mocha Girls are a dance group. They performed in theaters and clubs. Nobody will pay money to watch fat hags dance. That is not the norm when it comes to dance groups. They were not strippers either. Strippers perform in strip clubs. Unless you can prove they are a mobile brothel they are a dance group. Noynoy on the other hand did nothing . No laws nothing despite being on the public payroll for two decades. Kris is a slut...
  • Man With No Name on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveI don't know why, but what you're actually doing is glorifying Noynoy Aquino and at the same time, vilifying Arroyo. For the latter, it was the mainstream mass media who are also behind it. So that tells everyone that you're an actual Yellowtard since you vehemently wasting time being EMO over an ex-president turned speaker so always sound like a broken record. Oh yeah, you love to overrate how Noynoy handled the economy and called it 'The Rising Tiger of Asia' (which you love to brag) but failed to realize that those people who worked during Noynoy's term also served...
  • GoodStriker on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveHow desperate are you to vilify Noynoy Aquino. Even comparing him to Mocha Uson. Ok i will explain this; Yes, Noynoy maybe least competent among the candidates in the 2010 elections, but the Filipino people still voted on him because they believed he is not corrupt. They perceived Arroyo at the time and her allies was the epitome of corruption. But let us not judge them when they won elections, we judge them after elections. Arroyo’s governance was known to be a laggard while Aquino’s governance was the “rising tiger in Asia.” You can blame the media, but I think...
  • GoodStriker on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveI stick to the topic of this article you moron! The issue here is all about Mocha and her inability to lead properly as high government official. Look how stupid you are when you are trying to divert from this issue to yellowtard and Aquino. No, you're not even trying. Still, you fail to address WHO should replace Uson for the job. Any form of saying 'I have no idea lel' says you offered nothing so you keep on covering yourself while I expose your Yellowtardness, which is evident. And no you are wrong, not Harold Clavite should be sacked...
  • T on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressive@Pinoy Citizen I understood what mocha and drew were trying to say, so it means the target audience was someone of my low IQ, oh dear. You made me realize how ineffective they are because they use sexual innuendo and shamelessness to sell this idea of a distributed government structure to our kababayans, a subject the probably know nothing about, having to resort to such a cringeworthy jingle! what a bunch of rip-offs! next thing you know they'll be promoting martial law! Now i really wish i had your smarts. You na already noh!
  • Pinoy Citizen on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveGogs, How desperate are you to vilify Noynoy Aquino. Even comparing him to Mocha Uson. Ok i will explain this; Yes, Noynoy maybe least competent among the candidates in the 2010 elections, but the Filipino people still voted on him because they believed he is not corrupt. They perceived Arroyo at the time and her allies was the epitome of corruption. But let us not judge them when they won elections, we judge them after elections. Arroyo's governance was known to be a laggard while Aquino's governance was the "rising tiger in Asia." You can blame the media, but I...
  • Pinoy Citizen on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveGoodstriker, I stick to the topic of this article you moron! The issue here is all about Mocha and her inability to lead properly as high government official. Look how stupid you are when you are trying to divert from this issue to yellowtard and Aquino. And no you are wrong, not Harold Clavite should be sacked but Cesar Montano, who was found to have corruption issues by his subordinates and a siphoning of public funds thru his multiple travel outside of Ph. Another appointee of Duterte just because of "utang na loob" in the last elections, who always exhibited...
  • Pinoy Citizen on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveT, What will they educate there? Can you tell me where's the substance there? The script was a big mistake after that dirty dance of Drew. Maybe that was the only level of "IQ" Mocha and Drew have. They even labelled France and Singapore as Federal States, which further highlights their ineptitude. And added that federalism is like a rainbow. LOL! So, Federalism is for fun only. They will only confuse the masses more instead of educating them. Mocha and Drew are treating Filipino masses as trash because that is the best they can come up with with their senses....
  • Gogs on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveNothing and nobody dumbs down the Filipino culture more than Noynoy Aquino. Mocha was appointed to her post since she already had a following and an audience. Noynoy was voted in by people who felt bad his mom died. You can't tell me any B.S. that one voter felt good about his accomplishments. Noynoy and his Liberal cult got voted out for trying to convince voters that Noynoy fan girl Mar Roxas was the best "man" to be president. Noynoy during the 2010 election just talked about his parents and the moronic and gullible believed that was good enough for...
  • Dick S. O'Rosary on Mocha Uson’s followers have a responsibility to keep Mocha Uson honest and progressiveNobody said anything about reducing anyone's responsibility. You're just stating the obvious.