A post containing the message of a journalist addressed to unofficial President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has been posted online recently. In a Facebook post, Ira Panganiban, Editor in Chief of Wheel Philippines Magazine published his thoughts on the mistakes of the administration after People Power 1 and his message for the incoming leader of the country. In the post, Mr. Panganiban expressed his prayer for the incoming President – learn from the lessons of 1986, get rid of cronies and cronyism and begin with a new slate. Please read the FULL text below: 1986 was a failure because we only succeeded

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An interesting theory has been floating around in the social media claiming that Bongbong Marcos is a victim of “Dagdag Bawas 3.0!” In a Facebook post by David Yap of Ateneo de Manila, the professor uses mathematics to demonstrate the alleged election fraud against Bongbong Marcos. Professor Yap wrote that for every 40K votes that goes to Bongbong Marcos, 1% of the votes goes to Leni Robredo. The same trick was implemented to steal the votes from Chiz Escudero, benefitting the candidate, you know who! In fairness to the candidate who is benefitting from “Dagdag Bawas 3.0” Professor Yap did

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The election is done and over with and would be political analysts are mushrooming by the minute on social media. But here’s one netizen who gets my attention when he posted a comment containing his insight of the Duterte victory. So how did Duterte achieve the unlikely & improbable victory in the midst of the formidable forces that conspired to deny him of his fate with destiny? According to Charles Vincent Ho, our political analyst for the day, Duterte’s victory can be attributed to many factors that worked together to make things happen despite the formidable forces that conspired to

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A video of the unofficial President-elect Rodrigo Roa Duterte talking about his first E.O. (Executive Order) upon assuming the Presidency has been doing the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared 3,256 times as of Tuesday morning, Mocha Uson Blog published the video of Pulong Duterte wherein his father talks about the very first Executive Order he will issue even before he warms up the presidential seat. According to the caption provided by Vice-Mayor Pulong Duterte, his Dad will forbid friends and family members to enter Malacanang seeking personal favors. If elected in office, presidential frontrunner Rodrigo Duterte intends to

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A post lambasting a teen actor and his Mom for allegedly being the recipient of a special treatment at a polling precinct is doing the rounds online. The female executive of San Miguel PureFoods Great Food Solutions Helene Zalvidea Pontejos took to the social media in decrying the young actor and his Mom Karla Estrada for throwing their weight around the voting precinct. The post of the female executive was retrieved by the website Fashion Pulis and the statement goes like this: The line was long at 7:30 and seems like everyone wanted to vote early to beat the hot

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Earlier today, a post has spread online about a rumor that Smartmatic technicians were spotted checking in at Novetel in Cubao, together with VCM’s. The post has since spread like wildfire, alarming netizens of irregularities. The rumor was first posted by a netizen identified as Mike Acebedo Lopez. “There are reports that VCM machines are inside rooms in Novotel, a hotel in Cubao owned by Mar Roxas,” the post reads. According to intel, they are in rooms: 502, 510, 512, 513, 516, 504, 508. Calling Duterte supporters, supporters of other presidential candidates, the media, the Comelec, and other concerned citizens,

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Sandro Marcos has slowly been gaining followers in the social media after his Dad called in sick and skipped an event in PUP, forcing him to speak on behalf of his father. The younger Marcos wowed the reporters and the netizens alike with his intelligence and poise during the ambush interview after delivering the elder Marcos’ speech. Netizens remarked that Sandro Marcos reminds them of former President Marcos due to his oratorical skills (still raw but promising) and striking resemblance in appearance with the former President. Video: Lately, the young Sandro Marcos has been very active in the social media

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The photo of a young male celebrity taken inside the polling precincts has been the subject of online bashing after the pic made their way online. In a Facebook post shared more than 11,000 thousand times as of Monday morning, ABS-CBN published the photo of the young actor on their official Facebook page. The photo was accompanied by a caption that says: “Teen King” Daniel Padilla is casting his vote for the first time. The photo was taken by Gretchen Fullido of ABS-CBN News. The photo has generated mixed reactions from netizens. Some expressed anger towards the young actor for

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It appears the viral post telling Duterte supporters to “stand beside him as blood starts flowing” has generated hostile responses from Duterte supporters. In a Facebook post, Atty. Cheryl L. Daytec-YaƱgot, the human rights lawyer and environmentalist twits Raissa Robles for what she termed as “cuss speech!” It can be recalled that journalist and blogger Raissa Robles posted the childish statement a few days ago; she addressed it to the Duterte supporters telling them to prepare themselves to live with guilt when the killing starts under a Duterte presidency. To all those backing Duterte, just remember, when the killings start,

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A video of Nur Misuari speaking to Vice News in a remote location about his presidential preference for the May 9 election is making the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than 13,000 times as of Sunday afternoon, Vice News published the video interview of Nur Misuari in a remote location in Jolo Sulu in an undisclosed date. In the video, Jamela Alindogan of Vice News asked MNLF Chairman Nur Misuari who is his President and Vice president in the coming election and this what he has to say on the matter: Rodrigo Duterte. I think he is

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