An obviously exasperated lady physician on news report that a Tarlac town (Capas) is strongly opposed to the use of New Clark City as the coronavirus quarantine site has taken to social media to educate the residents of the said town about the coronavirus. In the Facebook post published on 8 February 2020 , Dr. Ethel Pineda, a trained physician and dermatologist, answered the three major concerns of of the people of Capas, Tarlac justifying their opposition point by point. First, Pineda, in a frank manner, stressed the importance of educating themselves to the people of Tarlac. She said that

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An open letter written by Atty. Bruce Rivera addressed to the People of Capas Tarlac in light of their objection to the use of the New Clark City as quarantine facility for OFW’s from China makes the round online. Rivera found it objectionable that the reason cited by the people of Tarlac to their opposition of the OFW’s from Wuhan to be quarantined in New Clark City was that they feel betrayed by the government. Rivera asked the people of Capas, Tarlac what country they belong to? According to Rivera, the people of Capas, Tarlac benefited from the income of

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Social media peeps have been pushing different theories of the Ayalas surprising move by selling 25% of the Manila Water shares to the Razons. To end the speculation game, Atty. Trixie Cruz-Angeles of the FB Page Luminous by Trixie Cruz-Angeles & Ahmed Paglinawan gave us a summary of what transpired behind the Ayalas selling “Manila Water majority shares” to the Razons drama. In the FB post, Angeles offered two possible theories of her own to explain the Ayala move: 1. The Razons are deemed close to the President and the Ayalas believe that the president look kindly on the corporation

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According to various news outlets, President Duterte might consider talking to the water concessionaires but with one condition – return the money they had collected from its clients under the allegedly “onerous” contracts with the government. “Give us back the money, give it back to the people, and maybe we can talk about solving your problem,” the President told the water firms. However, if you asks netizen blogger Noel Landero Sarifa, he would rather want to see the government wrest back control of the water distribution and end the suffering of the people. Of course, Sarifa said he will support

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On suggestion that President Duterte issues a public apology for the government’s “delayed” response amid the nCoV outbreak, former DLSU History professor van Ybiernas couldn’t help but laughed at the critics. Ybiernas asked critics to fill him in where did the government fail in relation to the nCoV outbreak? Ybiernas said that one victim di*d due to the virus but he asked critics if it was because of government neglect or because the victim received treatment when it was already too late? Ybiernas said the mortality rate because of the virus is negligible in the country despite the presence of

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Annoyed by the anti-Dutertes for subjecting you to their idiocy on every issue that comes around and use it to pin down President Duterte, though unsuccessfully? Well, according to Duterte supporter named Eric Clark Su, the only revenge the supporters can do to extend their sufferings is to vote another Duterte in 2022. Nothing else, Su, said is sweeter. As of this writing, Su’s suggestion has gathered 1,699 reactions, 132 comments and 819 shares on Facebook and counting. So how did social media peeps receive Erik Clark Su’s suggestion? One netizen answered in the affirmative. She relished the idea of

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Former Malacanang Spokesman Atty. Harry Roque has run to the defense of President Duterte amid criticism surrounding the belated banning of all China flights to stop the entry of Chinese nationals into the country and the spread of nCOV. Roque lamented “only in the Philippines when you see enemies of the administration politicizing even a public health crisis such as the novel coronavirus (nCoV).” Roque described the criticism “rubbish.” The Yellows blamed the President’s belated banning for his subservience to China. Roque defended President Duterte for waiting from the WHO to declare nCoV as an international public health emergency before

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The video of a Chinese nurse working in one of the hospitals in Henan province giving “air hug” to her crying daughter has hundreds of thousands of netizens crying buckets of tears. The video was shared on the Facebook page of China Xinhua News on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 and it did not take long for the video of the emotional video of the mother and daughter tandem to melt the hearts of social media users from all over the globe. As of this writing, the video has gathered 378,000+ reactions, 216,000+ comments and 10M+ views on Facebook and counting.

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An obviously furious Duterte supporter slammed the Opposition and their supporters on Facebook after the oust President Duterte movement, allegedly taking shape on February 20, 2022 circulates online. Facebook blogger Noel Landero Sarifa called the people supporting the #OustDuterte movement on February 20, 2020 shameless. Sarifa went on to define SHAMELESS according to his vocabulary. For example, those planning to oust a President who is very responsive to the needs and working hard to fix the country; ingates who are beneficiaries of the Duterte administration’s housing program but supports the Oust Duterte movement; those who don’t pay their taxes including

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Duterte is there not to stay in power but to do his job and wake us all up. This the reassuring words of blogger Noel Landero Sarifa amid fears of PRRD’s critics that he has plans of staying in Malacanang beyond his term. Sarifa perfectly said it best that the Oppositions, self-entitled wokes and know-it-all Dilawans can’t still accept the fact that Duterte is still the President despite the amount of black propaganda they have been throwing at the President and yet, he remains strong, not just in the surveys and well on it’s way to finish his term and

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