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The medical community, particularly in the NCR and nearby regions has fired the distress flare so to speak, asking the government to impose ECQ, jus for two weeks to give them breathing air amid the rising cases of covid in Metro Manila. In a joint statement, the Philippine College of Physicians wrote to President Duterte. “We propose that the two-week ECQ be used as a “time out” to refine our pandemic control strategies, addressing urgent problems.” On that note, radio host Mark Lopez wrote an open letter, appealing to President Duterte to give a listen to the plea of

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Manila Bulletin writer and Leyte native Krizette Chu is on the warpath against the wokes! The Leyte native and Duterte supporter was obviously infuriated that the wokes would crucify and mock President Duterte if he say something stupid when he speaks to ordinary Filipinos. A case in point was when Pduts (President Duterte) said something obviously stupid, like disinfect your mask with gasoline, the Dilawans and the wokes are up in arms, because as Krizette said, they think and assume Filipinos are that stupid to believe that you needs to set to fire to your mask with gasoline. ‘Pag si

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Retired broadcster Jay Sonza has joined the speculation game as to the status of the so-called Angel Locsin shares of stocks in ABS-CBN. It can be recalled that Locsin told her audience during the Kapamilya rally that she does not own any shares of stocks in ABS-CBN. That statement from the Kapamilya actress was turned into a meme, eliciting various reactions from the likes of DDS blogger Mark Lopez, lawyers cum bloggers Trixie Cruz Angeles, Nick Nangit and even from retired broadcaster Jay Sonza. All of the above-mentioned names agreed that either Locsin was lying through her teeth or stupid

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The leading expert of covid-19 in the Philippines couldn’t help but react at Filipinos who can’t seemed to do away with their annual religious tradition amidst the global pandemic. Dr. Edsel Maurice Salvana, director of the UP Manila and a infectious medicine doctor at PGH, has taken to Facebook to vent one’s frustration against the stubbornness of fellow Filipinos. ‘A freaking religious procession in the middle of a lockdown? You have got to be kidding me,’ Salvana wrote on Facebook. Salvana took a swipe at Filipinos penchant to compare the government response to Singapore and Vietnam. He suggested that the

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In case you missed it, the Supreme Court just junked SolGen Calida’s quo warranto petition vs ABS-CBN’s franchise yesterday. To the Kapamilya supporters, this is something to cheer about after an agonizing month or so wondering when they can watch their favorite Kapamilya stars again on TV. However, Atty. Nick Nañgit of the FB page Nick Nañgit – NCN Law, a known Duterte supporter, is playing the spoiler’s role and wants to stop the Kapamilya fans, figuratively speaking, from popping their wines to welcome the news. In a Facebook post, Atty. Nick Nañgit opened by expressing his intention of talking

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Retired and former ABS-CBN broadcaster Jay Sonza has nothing but contempt at the Congressmen who are sponsoring ABS-CBN’s franchise in Congress. Sonza remarked that the said Congressmen looked stupid and paid hacks of the Kapamilya network. “pinagmumukhang tanga at bayarang kongresista ang mga franchise “sponsors” ng abs cbn.” In addition, Sonza noted that almost all of the ABS-CBN officials failed to provide decent answers to almost all the questions during the congressional hearing. “halos lahat ng mga opisyal ng applicant abs cbn ay walang matinong sagot sa mga halos lahat ng mga tanong ng kongreso.” Sonza can’t imagine that the

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Pro-Duterte blogger Andrew Olivar, a self-confessed Liza Soberano fan has taken to socmed to tell the young actress how disappointed he was because she supported calls for the junking of anti-terror bill. Olivar opened the letter by clarifying if indeed [email protected] supports the controversial anti-terror bill? “Suporta ka sa pagJunk ng Anti Terror Law??” Did you ever think before you have a TV show “BAGANI” and it caused an uproar from the BAGANI indigenous community because that show blasphemed the name of their tribe? “Hindi mo ba naisip noong may palabas ka na “BAGANI” ay nagalit ang mga BAGANI indigenous

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Radio host and socmed blogger Mark Lopez has taken once again to Facebook, as the title says, to put the issue of Mr. Gabby Lopez citizenship in proper perspective. In a Facebook post with the title, “HALF FILIPINO, HALF AMERIKANO”, Lopez, no relation with the Lopezes of the Kapamilya network, wrote: “Ilagay natin sa tamang perspective ang issue ng citizenship ni Mr Gabby Lopez.” Lopez asked netizens why the 1987 PH Constitution explicitly said so, “Bakit ba kasi may Section 11 ang Article 16 ng 1987 Philippine Constitution?” According to Mark Lopez, it is important that a true Filipino owns

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An open letter castigating Senator Nancy Binay following her critical remarks against DOTr and Secretary Art Tugade circulates on Facebook. The senator from Makati earned the contempt of the pro-Duterte FB page MindaVote after the senator dared the people at DOTr to take public commute and experience what ordinary commuters have to go through during GCQ (general community quarantine). You may check the meme from GMA News below to read the exacts words of the senator. The admin of the FB page MindaVote told Senator Binay that before she starts issuing dare to people, she can hold her ground when

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Retired broadcaster Jay Sonza has started a thread on Facebook complaining that the public isn’t getting the value for what they are paying to our lawmakers. In other words, the taxpayers are paying premium to our lawmakers but in exchange, we are receiving garbage in terms of quality of work from our lawmakers. Sonza went on to support his argument by giving the public an idea how much the taxpayers spend for the upkeep of our lawmakers. Each congressman is alloted over P500k per month and each senator, P2M for law making process or legislative allowances. This are billions of

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