Elated by President Duterte’s triumph, netizen blogger Noel Landero Sarifa provoke critics and haters to rethink their position towards the President who just proven his worth once again as a leader by saving us billions of pesos after the oligarchs decided to drop their claim of monetary compensation from the government. On Facebook, Sarifa asked: Nagmumurang Presidente o Magnanakaw na Disente? Sarifa went on to enumerate the instances where President Duterte did wonders to abusive businessmen, forced them to shape up, made them pay what they owed to the government by simply cussing them in public. Sarifa warned critics that

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What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul? This is the thought-provoking message or question posed by Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Laureta Chu to politicians via her FB post. Chu said it made her teary-eyed thinking that politicians sold us to the highest bidder and for that reason, she want to see people in jail for economic sabotage and fraud. “Wala kayong awa. While you sleep in your four poster 1 billion thread count beds, the least of our brothers live in shanties, rationing water like it is not a basic human

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On Senator Grace Poe expressing alarm over the revocation of Maynilad and Manila Water’s concession agreements, this radio host rebuked the Senator on Facebook for sympathizing with the misfortune of the water companies. Radio host Carlo de Leon slammed the senator for worrying about water interruption because Maynilad and Maniwa Water’s have fallen out of government’s favor? A bewildered de Leon reacted that no matter what angle he looked at it, it was clear that the water concessionaires have got to Senator Poe. “It’s so obvious, as nobody in his or her right mind would want the Filipinos to suffer

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This is shocking and really makes me angry! According to international relations graduate and blogger Sass Rogando Sasot, Metro Manila’s tap water contained a potentially cancerous chemical used by water companies to disinfect our water. Sasot said that the University where she worked has access to peer reviewed journals and since her mind is very playful, she stumbled upon a scientific study published at the Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology saying that 21 locations in Metro Manila were found out to have very dangerous level of potentially cancerous chemical compound called bromate. Sasot said the title of the scientific

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In an apparent jab at Senator Franklin Drilon, radio host Mark Lopez posed a provocative question to the public if they have any idea how many classrooms can be built with P11-billion? In a Facebook post, Lopez said he asked the question to put things in perspective. Lopez informed that according to DepEd, a 5-storey SCHOOL BUILDING with 25 classrooms costs P50-million. Lopez then went on to divide P11-billion by 50 million. According to Lopez’s computation, P11-billion can build us 220 classrooms. Lopez reiterated that P11-B can build the government 220 classrooms. Lopez remarked that if not for President Duterte,

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A pro-Duterte lawyer posed a provocative question to her Facebook page followers regarding their opinion whether the news report that the water companies are no longer interested in collecting the billions of pesos the government supposedly owed to them is good news or not? Atty. Trixie Cruz-Angeles answered her own question saying it is not exactly good news. Angeles said its more of “DAPAT LANG” response rather than we should be thankful to them for the gesture. Angeles elaborated that in the first place, these water companies still owe money to the public for collecting sewerage fee but they did

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After Senator Risa Hontiveros China raises the alarm regarding the number of energy-related projects granted to Chinese corporations, Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Chu has taken to Facebook to dismiss the senator’s fear as nothing but a diversionary tactics from the water issue? Chu with an emphatic tone said the Chinese have been in charge of our power grid since the time of Gloria Macalagay Arroyo. Chu couldn’t help but ask Hontiveros why raise the only now? Chu went on to ask Hontiveros on her opinion regarding some Filipinos (oligarchs) demanding P10-billion from the government for f*cking water? Chu followed it

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An ex-Maynilad engineer just accused his former company of configuring water supply configurations that in the event of water crisis, subdivisions where the Oligarchs live are spared from the impact of water shortage. “Hmm.. I am an ex-Maynilad engineer who worked in the water operations side of the business. Pero wala nako dun ngayon syempre ahhahahaa.” The allegation has been published online by international relations graduate Sass Rogando Sasot on her Facebook page “For the Motherland – Sass Rogando Sasot” on December 4, 2019. The revelation by the netizen who introduced himself as a former Maynilad engineer has angered netizens

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Viral dude and staunch Duterte supporter Noel Landero Sarifa have taken to social media to warn the ICC, the Opposition and the Oligarchs of dire consequences if they push through with their conspiracy to remove President Duterte from Malacanang via a case filed in the International Tribunal Court. “[email protected]@[email protected] na. Wag pasupil sa maniniil!” Sarifa was reacting to Rappler article which bannered the announcement from ICC that its next step in Duterte’s dr*g [email protected] to come in 2020 and that ICC prosecutor is coming closer to determining whether she will seek authority to open a probe, the phase where the

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The video showing the actual rescue of the Indonesian surfer who was separated from his surf board after a huge wave hit him while performing his tricks surfaces online. According to various sources online, the Filipino surfer identified as Roger Casugay was competing at the 2019 SEA Games Men’s Longboard Surfing Event together with the Indonesian surfer when the accident happened. Story has it, the Indonesian surfer named Arip Nurhidayat was performing his long surf board tricks before the judges alongside Casugay when a massive wave smashed the Indonesian surfer, sending his surf board to the air while Nurhidayat disappeared momentarily

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