Facebook netizen Noel Landero Sarifa welcomed President Duterte’s declaration to prompt US citizens visiting the Philippines to secure PH visa, calling it another clear checkmate for President Duterte. Why? Sarifa reasoned that this will not only trigger Filipinos but well-minded Americans to condemn the act of US Senators who clearly tried to influence our justice system. What the US is doing, Sarifa declared, is a clear indication Uncle Sam is bullying Juan dela Cruz. Unfortunately for Uncle Sam, Juan dela Cruz got a feisty leader who does not back down from a bully. Sarifa said President Duterte was sending the

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“Ito ang pinagbasehan ng “pekeng” Balita na inilako ng Philippine Media hinggil sa US Ban ng mga taong nagpakulong Kay Leila de Lima.” (This is the basis of the “fake” news of Philippine media regarding the ban of people responsible for the incarceration of (Senator) Leila de Lima. As you can see in the photo above, retired broadcaster Jay Sonza was talking about the US House bill used as their basis of the story that the US bans PH government officials involved in Senator Leila de Lima’s “wrongful” detention. Sonza wrote the House introduced bill dated May 20, 2019 which

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While Senator Leila de Lima and her supporters are making a lot of noise in mainstream and social media against her detention, Ronnie Dayan has been largely forgotten. Sass Rogando Sasot, political blogger and rabidly unsympathetic to the senator’s plight noted the same observation on Facebook. Sasot wondered why De Lima and her supporters are silent on the plight of Ronnie Dayan. Sasot wrote than in every statement of Senator Leila de Lima, and her supporters, which include international human rights organisations, none of them consider Ronnie Dayan’s arrest and imprisonment as “wrongful.” Sasot recalled that Dayan was De Lima’s

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An open letter chastising Senator Leila De Lima for naming a political commentator and blogger as one of those “responsible” for her “wrongful” arrest and detention circulates online. Sass Rogando Sasot, an international relations graduate and also a staunch Duterte defender on social media, brushed aside De Lima’s allegation, saying she found it interesting that a private citizen, a political commentator with sizeable following on social media was blamed for what happened to the Senator. In the open letter, Sasot returned the favor and blamed the Senator for her continued incarceration. For example, Sasot said that De Lima failed to

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Despite his forced retirement in national politics after losing one’s comeback senate bid in the 2016 election, former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile isn’t the kind of person who will just go away and fade in the sunset. The veteran politician that he is, Enrile wisely chooses the burning issues to comment on, unlike some of our politicians who have this habit of commenting on every issue that trended on social media. Hi Leni! So after news report that President Trump just banned entry of PH officials who played a role in the incarceration of Senator Leila de Lima, former Senator

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If you’ve been updated on social media, the topic that trended lately was Dilawan’s attempt to shut up Duterte bloggers by claiming that being a Duterte supporter will get him or her banned entry in US soil and EU countries? Fact or fake news? Duterte supporter Kitz Barja says this is fake news. Barja has taken to Facebook to demolish the interpretation of Yellow propagandist Yolly Ong of the Global Magnitsky Act. In case you are wondering what the hell is Magnitsky Act, perhaps Wikipedia can help you. According to Wikipedia, “The Magnitsky Act, formally known as the Russia and Moldova Jackson–Vanik

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MAGNITSKY MAGNITSKY KAYO DYAN! This is the defiant response of Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Chu to Yellows who are using a US law known as Magnitsky Act to scare and silence the supporters of the President on social media. “The Yellows desperately are hoping that dangling the Magnitsky Act will shut up and scare those who support Duterte,” wrote Chu. Chu lamented the irony of the people who are now weaponizing the said law to silence the Duterte supporters but they are the very same people who cry freedom of speech, who says they will fight for their right to

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A netizen named Vinia Buena has taken to Facebook to share her heartwarming experience while standing in line to withdraw money from an ATM machine. Buena wrote that instead of getting annoyed or pissed while waiting in line for almost 30 minutes, she was amused listening to three friends talking while withdrawing their humble Xmas bonuses. “I waited this for a long time. Now I can buy my son new pair of shoes.” “Hey, I received P2,000 bonus. My family can buy a lot to prepare for Christmas eve.” “Our Boss is so kind, he gave us a bonus.” “I

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Radio host Mark Lopez declared on Facebook that the Philippines under the Duterte administration is free at last. Wait. Why? Are we not free since the Americans granted the country independence in 1946? Of course, we were free as a country since 1946 but Lopez is talking a different kind of free. Lopez was referring to free tuition in all SUCs (State Universities and Colleges), free irrigation and free hospitalization and medicines for the poor via Universal Health Care. Ok, I get it. In addition, Lopez said that the Duterte admin’s Build, Build, Build program has given Filipinos new roads,

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In reaction to the remarks of Senator Pangilinan re conviction of Ampatuans for the Maguindanao massacre, former DLSU professor Van Ybiernas couldn’t help but make a comment calling the Sharon Cuneta’s husband as someone who relish displaying his stupidity everyday to the public. Ybiernas said that everyday, Kiko Pangilinan gives evidence of his stupidity. Without tiring. Perhaps, he wants to make sure that the public won’t forget that he is stupid. Araw araw na lang nagbibigay ng ebidensya si Kiko Pangilinan ng kanyang kabobohan. Walang kasawa sawa. Naniniguro malamang na huwag makalimutan ng taumbayan na bobo siya. Ybiernas was reacting

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