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Outright Destabilization Habit

  Duterte fostered destabilization during his presidential campaign. Unnoticeable then, because people were mesmerized of his bullying style and dirty mouth. Filipinos always seek something different for a president. When Erap Estrada run, people said, let’s try a movie actor

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The Ballad of Trolls and Puppeteers

During the Senate Hearing on Fake News, the troll armies of the warring camps exposed, and their puppeteers identified. While the trolls are invisible cloaking their identity behind their blog sites, their respective puppeteers’ watches, pulls the string, and gauges

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The Impact of the Swear Jar

Duterte’s head is an inverted bulb of a thermometer. The rise and fall of the temperature as reflected in the glass column is his valuation of himself. That changes from hour to hour. He boils at different degree. His unscripted

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Wise Move. Is It?

Imee Marcos said, “Wise move” referring to Duterte’s declaration of September 21 as National Day of Protest. Burn my effigy. Hoarse your throat of your curses. Stay on the street if you want. Permits unnecessary. My police on standby just

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Of Bank Waiver and Fake News

Those politicians who issued their bank waiver are mum of their bank account number and other specific details associated with their real name. To prove the politician is not corrupt, one way is signing a bank waiver if provoked. But

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“Tara,” The Monster in Customs

“Juan Ponce Enrile a Memoir,” Enrile’s book – under the subtitle Compromise with Corruption, he described how he blended raising the revenue of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) not disturbing “Tara” tradition going on at the bureau in 1996. This

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A Question of Motivation

The Bible-quoting Police Inspector of Ozamiz City, Jovie Espinido, catapulted to the limelight big time when he led the serving of warrants of arrest for the Parojinogs. The fighting erupted. 15 killed from the Parojinog’s clan. Guns, shabu and money

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