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Sunday, July 2, 2017

BREAKING: Pantaleon Alvarez Gustong Sampahan ng Impeachment Case si Serano

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Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez announced on Sunday the possible filing of an impeachment case against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno if it could be proven that she had ordered the Court of Appeals (CA) to defy the show-cause order asking three CA justices to explain why they should not be cited for contempt for granting the petition for habeas corpus of the so-called Ilocos Six.

Alvarez, who was here to administer the oath-taking of new members of the Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-Laban), said he had received a report that Sereno had ordered the CA to defy the show-cause order.

“If we found it to be true then we will discuss it in Congress for a possible impeachment case,” he said.

The House of Representatives has been locked in a standoff with CA Associate Justices Stephen Cruz, Edwin Sorongon, and Nina Antonio-Valenzuela after they ordered the release of the Ilocos Norte officials detained by the House for refusing to answer questions about an alleged anomaly involving the purchase of P66.45 million worth of vehicles, using funds from tobacco excise taxes.

The new members of the PDP-Laban in Southern Leyte who took their oath were Gov. Damian Mercado and his brother, Southern Leyte Rep. Roger Mercado, all 19 mayors of the province and their councilors, and all 70 barangay chairpersons of Maasin and their councilors.

In his speech, Alvarez announced the postponement of the barangay and SK elections this year.

“To all barangay officials who are here will be happy with this news that there will be no elections and that the barangay chairman will just be appointed,” he said.

When asked to elaborate, he told the Inquirer that they would legislate the postponement and discuss when it would be held.


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LOOK: Duterte Ininsulto ang Suggestion ng EU " “Maski sinong ambassador, walang pakialam. L**** ka. Bunutan ta ka"

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President Rodrigo Duterte has slammed the European Union anew over its leaders’ suggestion to decriminalize drugs to solve the narcotics problem.

In his speech at Davao del Norte’s 50th founding anniversary Saturday (July 1), Duterte said he considers the EU’s suggestion an “insult” for a poor country such as the Philippines.

“Maski sinong ambassador, walang pakialam. L**** ka. Bunutan ta ka — Huwag mo kong ma — Because to me, that is an insult. Why would you suggest a thing like that?” he asked.

“Wala na nga akong pagkain para sa mahihirap. I do not even have a good answer to, ‘Mayor, bakit mahirap pa tayo ngayon? Ang asawa ko walang trabaho,'” Duterte added.

“And then you come here and then lecture on me. Tapos sabihin mo, “set up clinics and give them free shabu, cocaine, heroin?” ‘Nak ng…,” he fumed.

Duterte’s war on drugs has drawn criticism from human rights groups both here and abroad for its brutality.

The President, however, denied that the alleged extrajudicial killings of drug suspects were sanctioned by the government.

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Kagimbal-gimbal na Pagsupalpal ni VM Paolo Duterte Kay Renato Reyes at Carlos Zarate "Ang kakapal ng mga mukha nyo noh!"

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 On June 30, Militant groups marked the first anniversary of the Presidency of Duterte by rallying in Mendiola.

Militants carried some Facebook angry and sad emojis to express that they gave a fail grade to Duterte’s perfomance in his first year as President.

On the same day, Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo ‘Pulong’ Duterte slammed BAYAN secretary-general Renato Reyes and Bayan Muna representative Carlos Zarate.

In his Facebook post, Duterte criticized the two militant officials for always complaining about the policies of the government, despite of being accommodated by the current administration several times.

Pulong said that the militant officials think that President Duterte is a computer who can fulfill his promises and resolve the all problem of the Philippines for one year. He also told the Reyes and Zarate that they are also a disappointment.

“Galing ng dalawang to uy, sa ilang taon walang presidente ang pumansin sa inyo, pagkatapos ay pinalo palo kayo. Anong tingin niyo sa gobyerno? Isang click lang delete na lahat? Na parang computer? Kakapal ng mga mukha niyo no?” Duterte said.

“Kayo kaya ang maging presidente mga iho? Tingnan natin kung may matitira sa pilipinas! KAYO DIN KAKADISMAYA!” he added.

During an interview, militant officials expressed their disappointment to the government who didn’t fulfilled their promises to the activists.

“May mga binitiwang salita na positibo, may simulaing positibo ang pangulo, pero matapos ng isang taon parang nabawi, parang umatras, parang nabaligtad yung sinimulan na yan,” Renato Reyes said during an interview with the media.

One of the reason why the militants became disappointed was the help received by the government from the U.S troops during the Marawi City crisis.

The militants also said that the first year of President Duterte is full of human rights violation, misogyny and offensive jokes.

One year ago, President Duterte who claimed that he’s from the left, let the militants enter Malacañang palace to hear what reforms they want for the country.

To show their gratefulness to the new administration, they even gave President Duterte a painting and a handmade bead necklace made by the Lumads.

One year already passed and the relationship between the government and the militants changed and became bitter.

The activists planned a big rally on the upcoming second State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Rodrigo Duterte to express their disappointment to the government, a sign that the good relationship between the government and the militants has already ended.
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WATCH: Nag-viral Ang Video ng mga Babaeng Sundalo na Sumabak sa Gyera sa Marawi

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The Video shows these brave female soldiers placing themselves at great risk in the fight against terror. Just like any other soldier, they have sworn an oath to fight against the forces that threaten the peace and sovereignty of our noble nation. These gallant women are a shining beacon of bravery amid the hostile landscape of the Marawi battle zone. Although the two women in the photo have ye to be identified, we can be sure that they are not the only females serving the AFP.

Netizens couldn’t help but be impressed by the courage exhibited by these female soldiers. Many of them praised these femme fatales for their seeming lack of fear even in the face of the forces of terror. The Marawi conflict has already claimed countless lives, from brave soldiers to innocent civilians, but these stalwart women remain unfazed and ready for battle.

Watch Video Below!

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WATCH: Manny Pacquiao Gustong Makipag rematch ky Horn Dito sa Pilipinas

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Sakaling magkaroon ng rematch ang #PacquiaoHorn, gusto ni Manny Pacquiao na gawin ang muling paghaharap dito sa Pilipinas.
Sang-ayon ba kayo sa rematch?

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WATCH: Duterte Super Galit sa Suspek sa Massacre sa Bulacan Gustong Bitayin

WATCH: President Duterte Ibinulgar Ang Plano ng CIA para Patayin Siya

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MANILA– The Philippines has become the first nation in Asia to have one of its cities fall to the international terror group Daesh (ISIS). Clashes between militants and Filipino security forces began in the southern city of Marawi, as the government raided a home where the leader of the local branch of Daesh, Isnilon Hapilon, was believed to be hiding.

Hundreds of gunmen descended upon the city following the raid, including Daesh forces and members of militant groups that have pledged allegiance to Daesh, including Maute and Abu Sayyaf. Abu Sayyaf also shares links to al-Qaeda – an unusual arrangement, considering that al-Qaeda and Daesh are ostensibly at war with each other.

As Daesh takes control of numerous landmarks and most of the residential areas in the city, the Philippine Army continues to control most of the city’s military bases and government buildings. Heavy fighting continues as the Philippine Army attempts to reclaim areas lost earlier in the week. Marawi, home to a population of around 200,000, has already seen several Christians taken hostage.

In response to the chaos, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte cut his visit to Russia short and declared martial law in the entire region of Mindanao, where Marawi is located.

The circumstances of Daesh’s advances in the Philippines are interesting, as its takeover came hours after an RT interview with Duterte aired in which the president offered sharp rebukes of the United States, including the suggestion that the U.S., particularly the CIA, is seeking to destabilize his administration. Though Duterte asserted that he enjoys a friendly relationship with President Donald Trump, he added that Congress, the State Department and other arms of the U.S. political establishment are not in accord with Trump – making it difficult for him to count on the U.S. as an ally in his nation’s fight against terrorism.

“ISIS has established a base in my country, down south. And we are fighting terrorism just like any country and we need arms,” Duterte stated. “And suddenly, two senators of the U.S. Congress said they will not proceed with the exportation. And I said no problem, I can always go to China or Russia.”

Duterte also made it clear in the interview that his foreign policy had “shifted from the pro-Western one.” “I am now working on an alliance with China and I hope to start a good working relationship with Russia,” he stated. At the the time of the chaos in Marawi, Duterte was visiting Moscow – assumably to negotiate an arms deal to replace one that has been stalled by the United States.

He also rebuked U.S. efforts to continue to treat the Philippines as a colony, asking rhetorically “You treat me as if I am your colony still? You must be kidding?”
Duterte also showed that he is aware of the price often paid by leaders who back out of strategic alliances with the United States, stating

“I said about [removing] the American troops, that one day, during my term, if I survive the CIA, I still have five years to go.”

RT responded with the question, “You talk a lot about assassination. Do you really expect that to happen?” “They do it. Does it surprise you?,” Duterte retorted “[…] They can even take the president out of his country for him to face trial in another country.” These statements suggest that Duterte did not expect his pivot away from the U.S. to go unnoticed.

Duterte continued that the U.S.’ refusal to approve the arms deal pertained to his government’s violations of human rights. Duterte argued that this argument was hypocritical, stating that the U.S. has killed scores more civilians in nations around the world without “even a whimper” from the international community.

    “[…] in the guise of human rights, countries like [those of] the EU and America are interfering in the affairs of other nations. In the guise of human rights. […] Just like the Americans, when they drop a bomb there, it is so powerful that it also kills others there. […] So it doesn’t say that they are American they are exempted. And just because I am a small-time government official, I am not exempted. So, where’s the fairness there? When they drop bombs, they kill so many villagers and there’s not even a whimper.”

Duterte said most of the Daesh terrorists active in his country are foreigners. When asked “Do you think ISIS militants here, in the Philippines, are they homegrown or were they imported?,” Duterte responded, “There are so many, Caucasian-looking. We have captured or killed six already. They are from the Middle East mostly.”

A declassified CIA report dating from 2012 claimed that the U.S. could use Daesh as a tool to destabilize and overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a tactic that the U.S. has indeed utilized in the years since. It seems possible that Daesh’s increased presence in the Philippines could be a sign that the U.S. is seeking to do the same to Duterte’s government.

Whether this is the case or not, an increased Daesh presence in the Philippines will likely be used as justification by the U.S. to step up its military presence in the Philippines and keep Duterte from leaving the U.S. behind as he seeks to ally his nation with Russia and China.


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