ICMYI, the senator from Iloilo Franklin Drilon just told GMA News the ‘Build, Build, Build’ programs of the much-touted infra-programs of the Duterte admin as a dismal failure. Drilon’s remark did not sound music to the ears of DDS, especially to San Beda College of Law alumnus lawyer Bruce Rivera, a known Duterte supporter on social media. Rivera did not waste a minute and took to Facebook to put Drilon’s statement under intense scrutiny. Rivera argued that the BBB program of the Duterte admin is not a dismal failure because only a few flagship projects are realized. The fact that

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Former senator and the grand old man of PH politics Juan Ponce Enrile can’t help but offer his unsolicited advice to Vice President Leni Robredo amid reports that she will turn to the UN for ‘lessons’ re combating illegal dr*gs. Enrile said that if the Manila Standard headline was true, he would humbly suggest that the VP reconsiders her decision. Enrile wrote that as a sovereign nation, we should not allow or involve outsiders, including the UN, in running our domestic affairs. Governance, Enrile said, is the sole function and responsibility of the sovereign people and the government they established

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“Fake news kayo!” This essentially the message of an apparently triggered Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Chu in response to the statement of Rappler’s Maria Ressa that the last three years has been like hell for journos in the Philippines under Duterte. Chu could not recall any news reports wherein journalists were k!ll*d, charged and sued for libel, sent to jail, fired from their job, went missing or disappeared, harassed by the military on orders of PRRD because of the nature of their jobs. Chu also said she cannot recall any journalist who have actually written an explosive story backed up

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As expected, the supporters of President Duterte (DDS) weren’t ecstatic how Maria Ressa of Rappler described the Philippines as far worse than any [email protected] zone she had been in as a journalist during an interview with 60 Minutes. MJ Quiambao Reyes, a known staunch supporter of President Duterte isn’t one of them. Despite her busy schedule as international commodities trader, she wrote an emotionally-charged open letter calling out CBS News and 60 minutes telling them they interviewed the wrong journalist to talk about the Philippines. Reyes dismissed Rappler as not even slightly popular, moreso credible in the local news scene

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This is unadulterated #bullshit! This is how Aussie journalist Ted McDonnell described Rappler Maria Ressa’s claim that the Philippines is far worse than any war zone she had been in as a reporter. McDonnell tweeted that he has worked in the PH for the last 5 years as a journalist/documentarian and said that it’s safer than many places in the USA. McDonnell wondered whether the 60 Minutes TV host asked Maria Ressa why she accepts money by CIA funded NED? McDonnell dismissed Maria Ressa’s “facts” as false and ended the tweet with an intriguing question: “What war zones has she

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This Leni Robredo’s statement on her first week as the co-chair of the Inter Agency Committee on Illegal Drugs has scandalized Pinoy Facebook netizens. So what did Leni say that riled up Pinoy Facebook netizens? According to the screenshot taken from News5AKSYON’s tweet and shared by DDS bloggers like Mark Lopez, Robredo said the reason she requested for a meeting with the Inter Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Dr*gs was that she wants to know where to start and the data. An apparently incensed Atty. Trixie of the Facebook page Luminous by Trixie Angeles Cruz and Ahmed Paglinawan called out Robredo

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When President Duterte called Leni Robredo incompetent, only the DDS took the President seriously. Three percent of Filipinos rolled their eyes and cursed President Duterte to the high heavens for his irresponsible remarks they say. Robredo and Duterte critic La Salle Professor Antonio Contreras dedicated a four-paragraph FB post criticizing Robredo’s appointment to the anti-narcotics body calling it a huge ‘failure’ because it gives the Opposition the upper hand on the narrative. If there was one epic failure of this Admin, it is when they bluffed and offered Robredo a post. Now, the opposition has an upper hand

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After Leni Robredo was heavily criticized on social media for skipping the first Cabinet meeting after President Duterte appointed her as co-chairperson of the government’s inter agency committee against illegal drugs, a photo of the VP hiking in Tanay Rizal made the rounds online immediately. One netizen, who claimed to be a local resident of Barangay Tandang Kutyo, Tanay insinuated that Robredo did not hike for more than hours as claimed by GMA News FB post. You may check the screenshot below of the comment. Netizen Rudy Maguan Mindal  elaborated that hiking from Sitio Rawang to Sitio Macatog where Robredo

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Robredo accepts anti-dr#g [email protected] czar post with malevolent and malicious intent? This netizen think so! Read why! Well, that’s as far as the Facebook post of netizen Gil Ramos is concerned. Of course, US-based blogger Edwin Jamora polished Ramos’ FB post by providing the eye-grabbing title and highlighted the paragraphs for easy reading. Ramos said that with all sincerity, he thinks Leni accepted the dr$g [email protected] post with malicious and malevolent (evil) intent, calling it conflicted acceptance with deceptive and secret motives. Ramos compared Leni Robredo to the cheerleader of the squad whose mission is to derail the dr$g [email protected]

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An open letter reminding Leni Robredo, in case she forgets, she is the head of ICAD (Inter agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs) not of the Commission on Human Rights has been making the rounds on social media. Netizen MJ Quiambao Reyes or MJ for short is a known Duterte supporter and defender of PRRD on social media like FB and Twitter wrote the open letter in the wake of the latest pronouncement of the newly-appointed co-chairperson of the government’s Inter Agency Committee vs illegal drugs wherein she urged the government to cooperate with the United Nations’ human rights probe which has

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