A post lambasting Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for making jokes on the rape of an Australian woman way back in 1989 has been doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared 680 times and counting as of Sunday afternoon, Mar Roxas wrote the scathing remark by calling Mayor Duterte’s joke on the rape victim “kahayupan” or beastly act. Seryosong problema ang rape. Anyone who laughs at the ultimate assault on the dignity of women should not be allowed to wield power. Ang babae ay may karapatan, hindi pinaglalaruan. Hindi ito katatawanan, kahayupan ito. It can be recalled that on April

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A post containing the open letter of former ABS-CBN reporter addressed to the Filipino voters has been doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post published recently by Mr. Ira Panganiban, the former journalist asked the Filipino voters support the decision of the majority and rally behind whoever is the next leader so we can pursue progress and development and peace and order. The former journalist clarifies though that we should not let them get their way if they take the wrong way. He said we should let our elected officials know that we are one nation together, standing tall

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A viral video poking fun at Davao City curfew and calls the Duterte supporters “cheap” for calling Davao City as a model city is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared 5138 times, a netizen named John Odonnell Remollo Petalcorin published his video poking fun at Duterte supporters or anyone who are pushing Davao City as a model city for the entire country to emulate. In the video, Mr. John Odonell Petalcorin who introduced himself as the Director for the Advocacy of Moro National Liberation Front shared an anecdote about a friend who asked him “if the curfew

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A post slamming Duterte critics for nitpicking and lamenting Duterte’s bad joke has been used has been used against him is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post published just recently, Atty. Bruce Rivera defends Mayor Duterte from the backlash that the video circulating online wherein Mayor Duterte made a joke about the Australian rape victim who was also killed by his rapist. In the video, Mayor Duterte can be heard recalling an incident in Davao City wherein an Australian woman cum lay minister was raped and killed. Duterte, known for his green humor that sometimes borders on the

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A post lambasting the AFP for saying it failed to provide air support to the soldiers during the Basilan ambushed due to bad weather is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared by Even Demata, the journalist condemned the AFP for defending its failure to send AFP’s air assets to support the ground troops who were ambushed by 120 Abu Sayaff bandits in Basilan on April 10, 2016. The gun fight lasted 10 hours that started in the morning and ended by nightfall that resulted in 18 soldiers dead and 5 Abus dead including a Moroccan bomb expert

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A photo of a bridge in Southern Leyte has been the object of ridicule and nicknamed “Daang Matuweed” by netizens is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared 418 times as of Saturday morning, a netizen named Lito Quesada published the photo of a newly constructed “bridge” in Bontoc Southern Leyte. The new bridge looks nothing out of the ordinary but upon closer inspection, the eagle-eyed netizens noticed something isn’t right with the photo. Why? Normally, a bridge comprises of a bridge and a river, especially in the provincial settings. Unlike in Metro Manila and other urbanized cities,

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A post “alleging” that the husband of a presidential candidate has been linked to the Cental Intelligence Agency is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared recently by Mr. Antonio Contreras, the La Salle Professor expressed alarmed that the country might be having a First Gentleman that had links to the intelligence agencies of another country aka the Central Intelligence Agency(CIA). The La Salle professor actually has reason to worry about after reading the blog article of the website “Open Source Investigations” which ran a story about the alleged connection of Grace Poe’s husband with the Central Intelligence

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A video of Ms. Gina Lopez talking why he is leaning towards endorsing the candidacy of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has been doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared 1431 times as of Friday afternoon, the Facebook Page the “Netizen” published the video interview of Ms. Karen Davila of the purported endorsement of Ms. Gina Lopez, a member of the Lopez family, hated by the Duterte supporters for being biased against their beloeved candidate. In the video, Ms. Karen Davila asked Ms. Gina Lopez about the viral post that talked about her endorsement of Duterte during the PMAP Summit

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A video of Duterte hitting back at VP Binay who earlier released a TV ad telling the Filipino voters not to vote for Duterte has been doing the rounds online. In the video, Mayor Duterte spoke to reporters and talked to the Filipino people to choose between a candidate who will steal the people’s money or candidate who will kill the criminals. Kayo, wag kayo boboto kay Binay kasi mauubos ang kwarta. Ako kung papatay ng kriminal, ang nasasaktan ang kriminal lang. So kung si Binay ang maging Presidente, ang masaktan ang bulsa ninyo. Nakawan yah eh. Pati yung asawa,

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A post lamenting the shift of the election campaign into a battle between the oppressed and the oppressors is doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post published recently by Atty. Bruce Rivera, the self-confessed Duterte supporter expressed sadness in light of the concerted attacks aimed at Mayor Duterte by painting a scenario of injustice and bloodshed when all they have are rumors taken as facts. In the post, Atty. Rivera chided the presidential candidate “who asks the people not to vote for Duterte based on a rumor when he is telling people not to judge him because the corruption

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