Mocha Uson is one again at the cross-hairs of her critics, this time from the human rights group “Karapatan”. Mocha earned the ire of the human rights group “Karapatan” for interviewing the jailed retired General Jovito Palparan. In a blog post dated August 23, 2019, the human rights group, Cristina Palabay condemned the Mocha interview in the strongest terms and read: “In the strongest terms, we condemn this recent incident involving Palparan. We deplore this government’s whitewashing of crimes by convicted butchers. We will continue to stand with the families of Sherlyn Cadapan and Karen Empeno, as we remain steadfast

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The Makabayan bloc (party-list groups who won seats in Congress) have been up in arms since the military started linking them to the CPP-NPA. DND Secretary Delfin Lorenzana responded to the complaint of the Makabayan bloc saying that the AFP will grant their request but in one condition: condemn the CPP and its armed wing, the New People’s Army and the military will stop red-tagging them. Check out Lorenzana’s statement when he faced the reporters lately. KONDENAHIN NYO ANG BANDIDONG NPA—- SND “It’s our job to protect the country from dismemberment, rebellion, that’s why we are fighting the CPP-NPA. I

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After Mocha Uson released her video interview with jailed retired Major General Jovito Palparan, the clamor to pardon and release the General from jail appears to be picking up traction now on social media. In the Mocha Uson interview, the distinguished retired General grabbed the opportunity given by Mocha Uson and aired his side of the story surrounding the circumstances of his incarceration. If you’d recall, General Palparan vehemently denied he was behind the kidnapping and disappearance of two former UP students-turned NPA commanders. Palparan alleged he was a victim of “turo-turo” by a witness he suspected was coached by

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When we hear the name Sarah Elago, the images that first comes to our mind is a pro-poor student activist-leader marching in the streets, or that of a Kabataan party-list representative wearing a Filipiniana gown while attending the President’s SONA. However, the pro-poor image of Kabataan Party-list Representative Sarah Elago is about to be shattered after a concerned netizen shared a photo of her, together with fellow members of the Kabataan Party-list posing before the camera of a women’s lifestyle magazine circulates online. Netizen Adrian Pascual was one of the firsts to share the photo grabbed straight from the Philippine

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Well, it’s a Monday but since it’s a National Heroes Day, people are either just chilling at home or somewhere else, away from hustle and bustle of the city jungle. Since it’s a National Heroes Day, some Filipinos reflect who are the heroes that inspire and serve as their guide in the journey they called life. Many of us likes Rizal, Bonifacio and even Antonio Luna because of the heroic legacies they left behind that until now we Filipinos enjoy – and that is our freedom and independence as a nation. However, in the modern-day, Filipinos also have their on

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It doesn’t help that our very own VP, albeit there is a election protest, is one of those public officials who are issuing public statements that are anti-Chin*se. Her social media supporters, taking this as the cue, have been spreading memes with the intention of arousing anti-Chine$e sentiments on social media. An irate netizen named Maricar Serrano sent a strong message to people predicting Philippines becoming a Republic of China because of the influx of Chinese tourists or businessmen wanting to open a business in the country. In a Facebook post, an apparently annoyed Serrano lashed at Sin*phobic Filipinos, mostly

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Tired of seeing the faces of these leftist leaders like Sarah Elago, Neri Colmenares and company who pop out of our newsfeeds or on TV occasionally with complaints against the government regardless of who occupies in Malacanang? Well, this may be far-fetched but there is glimmer of hope under the Duterte administration that these people can be put behind bars for violating the anti-trafficking law. Colmenares already denied the allegation and cried harassment on mainstream media claiming the cases against them are manufactured by the PNP-CIDG because there were no evidences to prove their involvement. The complainants were none other

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As the clamor on social media from some netizens to free retired Major Gen. Jovito from his incarceration reaches the highest decibel, Mocha Uson paid the General a visit to get to know the CPP-NPA’s #1 hated enemy. After a brief introduction and Uson making ‘bola’ to the General, the two proceeded to a tiny office to start the 38-minute interview. Palparan said that he was transferred to the Bilibid Prison in October 2018 but he stayed at the Army Custodial Center at Fort Bonifacio for 5 years prior to his brief detention in a Bulacan jail. From the get-go,

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For his “second chance” comment on rumor floating around the web that former Calauan Mayor Antonio Sanchez will soon be released from prison, Senator Bato has been crucified and the butt of jokes on social media by critics and opposition supporters. And sadly, some supporters of President Duterte even joined the opposition critics in bashing the neophyte senator. However, if you read the FB post of fellow Mindanaoan Jun Avelino, he said Senator Bato was quoted out of context by mainstream media. To say the least, Bato’s statement was maliciously slanted when reported to the public because the more controversial

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Well, rather than granting emergency powers to PRRD and the MMDA, Senator Grace Poe wants people to walk when going from point A to B in Metro Manila. Senator Grace Poe just told MMDA to start build intermodal terminals within strategic areas near Edsa instead of banning provincial buses in EDSA. In addition, Poe told the MMDA to start building elevated walkway that would cover the entire Metro Manila could help alleviate the bumper-to-bumper traffic within the city. “Come to think of it, many of our countrymen are already thinking about their health,” she said. “So why won’t we just

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