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- It is in the Filipinos’ best interest that Noynoy stay alive until the 2016 elections are over
- Filipino voters should be blamed for the Philippines’ problems
- Will the Philippines prosper if we change its system of government?
- Down with the Colonial Apologists and Imperialists!
Monthly Archives: January 2010
I thought I’d give Noynoy Aquino a break because people are starting to think that I am a paid hack. I keep checking my account for any unusual transactions specifically on the credit side coming from someone named Villar but … Continue reading
Philippine blogosphere commentator par excellence Mr Joe America is on a roll! Over at FilipinoVoices.com, he adds yet another very insightful set of ideas (now in the form of a really hard question) to the national “debate” with regard to … Continue reading
Regular commentator on AntiPinoy.com and FilipinoVoices.com, Mr Joe America, makes a very astute observation that I am sure echoes the sentiments of many who frown upon the flack being lobbed at the kilig-ng-Starbucks Masa candidate Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III: I … Continue reading
“Presidential” candidate Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III yesterday (21st of January 2010) gave a speech before the esteemed captains of Philippine industry who interbreed and whack golf balls with one another when they are not schmoozing over cocktails at Makati Business … Continue reading
In a moment of reflection I found myself asking: Am I just jeopardising my reputation and risking the ire of my friends by broadcasting my anti-Noynoy Aquino supporters’ stance in these blogs? After a nanosecond, I shrugged and thought, of … Continue reading
The signs are everywhere. It’s right under everyone’s noses. You can practically trip over it. For the metaphorically-challenged, there’s a Filipino saying, “Kung ahas yan, nakagat ka na!” But why can’t Noynoy Aquino supporters see that he is neither ready … Continue reading
Over at Jolog Central, Queen Ellen Tordesillas puts in a plug for a foreign policy forum for presidential candidates organised by the Carlos P Romulo Foundation, the Asian Institute of Management, and the ABS-CBN News Channel. In this instance, I … Continue reading
What a year. We have a presidential candidate set to win by a landslide who is much-loved for his celebrity, is widely renowned for his lack of substance and has so far exhibited mediocre if not substandard statesmanship. I wasn’t … Continue reading
Ever heard of the Holocaust deniers? Holocaust deniers are people who are trying to convince everyone that the Holocaust of World War II did not happen. They claim that the genocide mounted against Jews during World War II did not … Continue reading
This week, we not only welcome a New Year. We also welcome a New Decade. It’s 2010, another election year for our hapless “democracy”. In less than five months we will be marching to the booths to lock in our … Continue reading