Thursday, September 22

An Open Letter of an American living in the Philippines to his Fellow Americans





It's known already that some mainstream media, international and local alike, are keen on spinning true reports on what's really happening in the Philippines. Feeds by bias local media, international media reported them without having a research or confirming if the said news are accurate. Ordinary Filipinos who supports the President's war against drugs cannot counter those unrealistic news, except of-course those few independent bloggers and some pro-Duterte individual like Steve Rogers, an American living in the Philippines for years who wrote an open letter to his fellow Americans telling them that the Philippines is becoming a safe country since the town Mayor took his office. Read his letter below;

"THE PHILIPPINES IS BECOMING A SAFE COUNTRY THANKS TO DUTERTE"


To my fellow Americans and to everyone, let's get one thing straight and clear about Duterte and the Philippines...

I'm American and my wife is Filipino. My family and I were almost murdered one Christmas just outside our home in the Philippines by a group of drug pushers. My family and I are major supporters of Duterte. And if... I ever get the opportunity to meet Mayor Duterte as he prefers to be called, I will thank him for saving the lives of my family and myself.

Fellow Americans, there are no crazy murder sprees going on in the streets of the Philippines. Those who are being killed are drug pushers and addicts that resist arrest. The extra judicial killings you read or hear about in the news are the drug lords killing off their pushers before the police and government get to those drug pushers to make them talk and give up more names of more pushers and the like. If you don't believe that then you visit the Philippine Islands yourself to find out how peaceful, quiet and right out safe it's starting to become. And this is all LONG over due.

No sympathy for drug pushers or dealers. Did you know that the children of drug addicts allow their children to be raped by drug pushers just for the drugs because they can't pay for them. I love my country...but anyone who has NEVER visited the Philippines and does not understand what's really going on needs to in fact as Mayor/President Duterte has said...shut up.

Saturday, September 10

UFO Namataan sa Bansang Malaysia


Unidentified Flying Object o kilala sa tawag na UFO ay namataan sa bansang Malaysia nitong mga nakaraang araw lang at agad naman itong naging viral sa internet. Makikita sa ibaba ang mga kuha ng video ang mababang paglipad sa himpapawid ng isang higante at bilog na bagay.
Panoorin ang nasabing UFO.



Ano nga ba ang UFO?

Ang UFO (mula sa Ingles: unidentified flying object, "hindi matukoy na lumilipad na bagay") ay ang kilalang ngalan para sa kung anumang pangyayari sa himpapawid na ang bunga ay hinding-hindi agad nalalaman ng taong nagmamasid. Ang Hukbong Himpapawid ng Estados Unidos na lumikha ng terminong unidentified flying object noong 1952 ay sinasabing ang mga UFO ay ang mga bagay na mananatiling hindi alam kahit sa isa/sa mga masusing pagsisiyasat ng mga bihasang tagapagsiyasat o imbestigador..

Basahin ang buong artikulo tungkol sa UFO sa wikipedia

Wednesday, September 7

An Open Letter to Mrs Hillary Clinton From Ms Sass Rogando Sasot


Mainstream media in the Philippines are not trustworthy anymore. Most of these media hired the so called (un)'bona-fide' journos specialized in twisting real stories and report the twisted news to the public. One of the reasons why indie media, blogs, and other unconventional ways of gathering news are sprouting and gaining foothold to the sacred ground once occupied and enjoyed only by mainstream media supported by big corporations.

The few of the so called 'indie' that has an iron balls to face the mainstream media giants are Mocha Uson Blog, MindaVote, ThinkingPinoy, Duterte Today, ThinkingMindsLapu-lapu and Sass Rogando Sasot, the lady who wrote an open letter to Mrs Hillary Clinton. Read on...

AN OPEN LETTER TO HILLARY CLINTON
Dear Mrs Clinton,
I hope this message reaches you despite your hectic schedule, as you work your way to making herstory by being the first female president of the United States.
You don't know me but we have crossed path once. You were still the Secretary of State then. Your office invited me to witness your speech on LGBT Rights on the 6th of December 2011 in Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. In fact, you received an email in your private server, informing you of the reactions of those who attended that day. I was one of those who were quoted in those emails. The emails were sent to you by Cheryl Mills and Jacob Sullivan. To jog your memory, have your staff search those emails on the website of the US State Department:https://foia.state.gov/Search/Results.aspx….
Recently, you were quoted saying this: "When the president of the Philippines insulted our president, it was appropriate and a very low-key way to say: sorry, no meeting. We have a lot of ties between the United States and the Philippines. And I think it's very important that we have a relationship, but there has to be a certain level of respect that is expected on both sides" (http://bit.ly/2cjZE5).
I believe you were fed with wrong information. Our president, Rodrigo Duterte, didn't insult your president, Barack Obama. The media spun it to make it look like Duterte insulted Obama. As an equal sovereign country, our president just wanted to be treated just like how George H. Bush treated Deng Xiaoping - as an equal. Bush's letter to Deng during the Tiannenmen Incident demonstrated America's humility towards another equal sovereign State (http://bit.ly/2csFNOQ).
And I quote from that letter:
"It is with this in mind that I write you asking for your help in preserving this relationship that we both think is very important. I have tried very hard not to inject myself into China's internal affairs. I have tried very hard not to appear to be dictating in any way to China about how it should manage its internal crisis. I am respectful of the differences in our two societies and in our two systems.
I have great reverence for Chinese history, culture and tradition. You have given much to the development of world civilization. But I ask you as well to remember the principles on which my young country was founded. Those principles are democracy and freedom--freedom of speech, freedom of assemblage, freedom from arbitrary authority. It is reverence for those principles which inevitably affects the way American view and react to events in other countries. It is not a reaction of arrogance or of a desire to force others to our beliefs but of simple faith in the enduring value of those principles and their universal applicability."
Why can't Samantha Power and Barack Obama show the same kind of respect to our president and our country? We are no longer your colony and on your leash.
If you want me to elaborate on this, you can ask your former aides about my email and I'd be willing to help you understand what is going on in my country. I'm not trolling you. You have worked with my former professor in Foreign Policy & Diplomacy, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer. If you want, you can verify with him who I am and the quality of my analysis.
Thank you and I hope to hear from you!
Respectfully,
Sass Rogando Sasot

 

Saturday, August 20

Mayor Sara Duterte Answers Back to an Insensitive Remark from a Forensic Doctor

An insensitive twitter remark from Dr Raquel Fortun, a Forensic doctor to Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte on her triplet pregnancy.

Ah yes PR pero bago magtweet basahin mo muna yung PR ng hindi ka magmukhang dugyot na ampalya. Please take note, that public officials need to explain their absence in important events. And when I do get the heartache, it will still be a media blitz adn we defy the odds it will be a PR fiesta and you will still be Miss Bittermelon. Problema sa imuha Miss kay di ka ganahan sa Lolo manunglo ka sa mga gisabak, 3 baya ni, buot pasabot ang gaba ani katulohon pud. Turn off your twitter, do your work, mind your own business and spare yourself the heartache.


And a follow-up tweet from the Davao Mayor..

The forensic doctor, Raquel Fortun answered back using her Facebook account saying,
Came frm work havent read everything on my TL yet. I never doubted ur pregnancy Mayor Duterte I do wish you well. Had 2 miscarriages myself.

As of this write-up, a lot of netizens either pro or anti Duterte sympathize with the mayor.

Wednesday, July 27

Public Advisory: Consular Mobile Services in the Western Region for the Rest of 2016

Public Advisory No. 2016 / 38

Date: 27 July 2016

Consular Mobile Services in the Western Region for the Rest of 2016

The Philippine Consulate General in Jeddah would like to inform our Kababayans in the Western Region of the tentative schedule of consular mobile services (CMS) for the rest of the year, as follows:

Date: 26 to 27 August
Area: Najran
Venue: Okdood Hotel
Remarks: For approval of Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA)
Coordinator: Mr. Faisal Mailao (0502375727)

Date: 03 September
Area: Jizan
Venue:: Adnan Hotel
Remarks: For approval of MOFA
Coordinator: Ms. Rose Camacho (0502712243)

Date: 30 September to 01 October
Area: Rabigh
Venue: To be arranged
Remarks: Tentative
Coordinator:


Date: 03 to 05 November
Area: Khamis Mushayt
Venue:To be arranged
Remarks:: For approval of MOFA
Coordinator: Mr. Ver Crisostomo (0530985194)

Date: 25 to 26 November
Area: Tabuk
Venue:: Hamdan Hotel
Remarks:: Tentative
Coordinator: Mr. Roger Mendoza (0502385325)
The Consulate General shall issue new advisories as soon as the schedule for the consular mobile services are finalized and approved by the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Aside from passport renewal, notarials, PAG-IBIG, SSS, labor assistance and other consular services shall be available during the CMS.

Our Kababayans who wish to avail of these services during the CMS may contact the designated coordinators or the Consular hotline 0555219614 to confirm the schedule, have their names listed for the passport renewal or clarifications.

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