Archive for December, 2006

ISAFP’s orgasmic revelry

This picture was taken during the “Long Live the Emperor” Christmas party of the Intelligence Service of the Armed Forces of the Philippinees where ISAFP Chief Delfin Bangit gave out gifts (cash and appliances) furiously as if money would be abolished tomorrow. Military sources said the funding for that party came from “the top”. Click […]

December 31, 2006   Posted in: General  122 Comments

Puno: DILG moved Smith late night to avoid traffic

Interior Secretary Ronaldo Puno thinks we are all stupid. Ginagago tayo. Read this story by Norman Bordadora from the Philippine Daily Inquirer. Tarra Quismundo said the operation was done in 30 minutes. Really well- planned.Click here. Update: Gloria Arroyo didn’t know of Smith’s transfer to US Embassy- Ermita. Click here. INTERIOR Secretary Ronaldo Puno yesterday […]

December 31, 2006   Posted in: General, Human Rights  86 Comments

Kampon ng kadiliman

Talagang mahilig itong si Gloria Arroyo at ang kanyang mga alagad gumawa ng kababalaghan habang tulog ang sambayanang Pilipino. Nagulat ako kahapon ng mabasa ko sa internet na nilipat pala noong Biyernes ng magha- hatinggabi si Lance Corporal Daniel Smith sa US embassy kahit na ang desisyon ng Makati Regional Trial Court at Court of […]

December 31, 2006   Posted in: Web Links  66 Comments

Saddam Hussein hanged

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Three years after he was hauled from a hole in the ground by pursuing U.S. forces, Saddam Hussein was hanged Saturday under a sentence imposed by an Iraqi court, an Iraqi official told NBC News. The deposed president was found guilty over the killing of 148 members of the Shiite population of […]

December 30, 2006   Posted in: General  69 Comments

Smith back to US custody

Lance Corporal Daniel Smith, convicted for raping a Filipina, was returned to the U.S. custody despite decisions by the Makati Trial Court and the Court of Appeals that he should stay in Makati jail. The manner Smith was returned to US custody, surely with the approval of the executive department, is another demonstration that jungle […]

December 30, 2006   Posted in: General  93 Comments

Myself, Elsewhere

. That’s the title of the book of Carmen Guerrero Nakpil, launched at the Havana restaurant at Greenbelt, Makati the other day It’s not accurate to describe Mrs. Nakpil as one of the best Filipino writers because she is comparable with the best in the world “Myself, Elsewhere” is both an autobiography and a memoir […]

December 29, 2006   Posted in: Health, Malaya  601 Comments

Class suit versus Mike Arroyo

Some 60 journalists and concerned citizens , including yours truly, yesterday filed a civil class suit (click here) against Mike Arroyo before the Makati Regional Trial Court. In the suit, we contend that Mike Arroyo, spouse of President Gloria Arroyo, is both a public figure and a public officer. Update Jan. 09, 2007: Mike Arroyo […]

December 28, 2006   Posted in: Media  128 Comments

Garcillano: I can win without cheating

Rep. Neric Acosta(LP) should be worried. Here’s a report from ABS-CBN: Former poll commissioner Virgilio Garcillano confirmed Thursday his candidacy as 1st district representative of Bukidnon in the 2007 May elections, saying that he would win “without cheating.” “I am [running as] congressman [in the] first district of Bukidnon… I have decided to run,” he […]

December 28, 2006   Posted in: Election 2007  111 Comments

Maling leksyon ang natutunan

Maraming pangyayari ang dumarating sa ating buhay ng sa ganun ay nagkakaroon tayo ng leksyon. Lahat naman tayo ay makasalanan ngunit ang mga masamang pangyayari , madalas ay panggising o “wake up call” para tayo matuto ay ayusin natin ang ating buhay. Para kasing binibigyan tayo ng Panginoon ng pagkakataon pa na tumino bago tayo […]

December 28, 2006   Posted in: Web Links  32 Comments

Asia quakes damage cables

If you had difficulty accessing this blog today, or for that matter connecting to the internet, here’s the reason: RP Internet, phone calls affected Telecommunications in the Philippines, along with its neighbors, were severely disrupted on Wednesday after earthquakes off Taiwan damaged undersea cables, slowing Internet services and hindering financial transactions, particularly in the currency […]

December 27, 2006   Posted in: General  54 Comments