On Facebook, Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Chu decried the different code of conduct applicable to the Elites she called shameless vis-a-vis the poor masses of the country. Chu remarked that the Elites play a different game, follow different rules and worst of all – the Elites covered and protected each other. Chu cited the case of one of the controversial members of the Elites who owed P1.6B to a bank but managed to have the debt written off while a poor man who stole a can of sardines is still in jail three years after he was caught since he

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President Duterte’s critics were up in arms when Malacanang released a meme on social media ‘boasting’ the achievements aka the Duterte legacy halfway through his six-year term, calling it fake news. Sen. Ping Lacson, another known critic of the Duterte administration described the released of the Duterte Legacy as premature or too early. However, if you asks Davao City businessman John Gaisano, the so-called Duterte Legacy is “legit” and he explained it brilliantly on his Facebook post published on January 13, 2020. IMO, I would rather put my pesos on John Gaisano over Duterte’s critics because he is

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The numbers are in and radio host Mark Lopez cannot contain himself from boasting the achievements of the President Duterte and his administration. Lopez said President Duterte is leaving behind a legacy that the Opposition cannot destroy destroy, the legacy of TAPANG, MALASAKIT At PUSO. Lopez remarked these numbers were not drawn out of thin air nor created for PR blitz purposes but the product of hard work and true grit to deliver the desired results. “LEGACY The NUMBERS speak for themselves… This is what the opposition will not be able to destroy, this legacy of TAPANG, MALASAKIT AT PUSO.

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