Murphy’s Law Vs. Martial Law

Murphy’s Law says: Anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Tangled by this law, the two presidents; PNoy and Duterte burdened their presidency with guilt. On August 23, 2010, Murphy’s Law poked its fang on PNoy’s throat. The bus

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Speculation at it’s Best

The US President Trump segued his speech on the US withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord labeling the Resort World Casino attack as a terrorist act. As it came from the US President that served as a magnet for wild

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Maute’s Intention of Timing

  A month ago, in one of Duterte’s speeches, he mentioned that Hapilon could be dead as he had never been heard or seen. Airstrike seriously wounded Hapilon in the arms in their clash with the AFP on January 28,

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The Irony of Mocha Uson Appointment

  Ms. Margaux Justiniano Uson, known also as “Mocha Uson” appointed as PCOO’s Assistant Secretary is ironic. On Uson’s pretext that people relied on wrong reports coming from the mainstream media, she said, she would be in charge fighting the

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It’s the Same. Nothing has Changed

The formalities of the ASEAN Summits made Duterte sick, so in jest, he said: “Son of a… if Summits are like this, the one scheduled in November would be canceled… That’s true. It’s the same. Nothing has changed…” Joke it

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Low Blow and Profound Level of “Debt of Gratitude”

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Low Blow and Profound Level of “Debt of Gratitude”

  Duterte’s payment of “debt of gratitude” poised in two levels with his visit to the three Middle Eastern countries; Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Qatar. One level is a low blow, the other, profound. The low blow was the inclusion

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