Nervous

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Last Saturday, we were busy burning the lines trying to confirm reports that Malacañang was sounding our foreign embassies of the possibility of Gloria Arroyo declaring a state of emergency.

The information we got was, she will do it today to pre-empt the brewing unrest in the military. With the snowballing protest in almost all sectors of society, the missing ingredient is the military.

AFP Chief Hermogenes Esperon and Philippine National Chief last Monday staged a unity walk to prove to the world that men in uniform are solid behind Arroyo.

Here comes the PNP telling Judge Elmo Alameda of the Makati Regional Trial Court confirming that there are indeed members of the military who are raring to oust Arroyo.

The information was contained in the motion by Police Chief Inspector Joel Manuel Ana, head of the PNP Custodial Center, to postpone the arraignment of 18 persons involved in the Nov. 29 incident being accused of rebellion led by Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV and Brig. Gen. Danilo Lim because of “reliable intelligence reports of a possible public uprising or movement organized by Junior Military Officers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and other armed and militant groups aimed at overthrowing the present administration, taking advantage of the massive and collective organization of protesters commemorating the 1986 EDSA Revolution.”

Ana further said, “Without belaboring the obvious, the continuous involvement of the accused relative to the various organized communal action designed to overthrow the duly constituted administration poses a very serious threat, should the accused come out in the open and be exposed to the media this very critical point in time, not only to the lives of the accused but also to the life and security of the court personnel, the security personnel who will escort the accused to and from Camp Crame Custodial Center, including the persons who will attend the scheduled arraignment…”

It seems it’s not only the PNP who has info on the reported impending uprising because the lawyer of Trillanes, Atty. Ernesto Francisco also filed for a postponement of the arraignment “for security reasons”.

It seems that Trillanes group have also gathered info about trouble today and they don’t want to be used as scapegoats.

The court granted the two motions.

February 27, 2008 12:15 am   Posted in: Malaya, Military, Nov. 29 incident

204 Responses

  1. J. Cruz - February 27, 2008 12:30 am

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    Please recall Juan Ponce Enrile’s quote-of-the-most-recent….

    To GMA: Give up power and you’re dead!

    Whatever it means…..

  2. expat-pinoy - February 27, 2008 12:38 am

    Papagamit lang tayo? Wag nyo hayaan..na gamitin ulit tayo ng ibang naghahangad sa pwesto. Gamitin natin ang ating pagmamasid…tingnan ang mga nakaraang pangyayari para malaman ang totoo. Sila sila pa rin…tayo pa rin ang ginagamit pero sila pa rin ang nasa pwesto. Ngayon siguro mas maganda sila naman ang gamitin natin..hayaan natin sila maglabasan ng kabulukan….wag hayaan mahinto ang imbistagasyon dahil sa utos nilang people power at pagreresign…aftern nyan..sila pa rin ang nasa pwesto….imulat ang mga mata at wag na sana tayo papagamit sa kanila.

  3. ask12b1 - February 27, 2008 12:39 am

    Enrile’s statement is self-explanatory. He’s asking PGMA not to resign and remain in power. Mawawala ang diskarte at mga biyaya niya kasama sina Miriam at Joker kapag mawala ang amo nila sa Malacanang. When Enrile warned PGMA would be dead if she gives up her power, it meant she would be charged and punished for her crimes.

    And look at this Lozano again…nag-file na naman ng impeachment complaint. Ginawa na naman ang ginawa noon obviously to rescue Gloria Arroyo again. Laging nauuna para hindi makasingit ang tunay na opposition. Buti na lang wala pang one year ang impeachment since last time it was filed.

  4. hateyouGLORIA - February 27, 2008 12:44 am

    i just want to make a comment about the hearing yesterday. sen. joker arroyo was passing his turn to ask mr. gaite. (correct the spelling if im wrong). does everyone know the reason why? he mentioned that he doesnt care hus gonna be there to give statement. and also enrile said, “we have all the evidence we need to know.” isnt that the opposite of what the goal of the senate hearing is? we want to know the “truth” , ryt? and i dont think we need to limit ourselves. if we have the opportunity to drill down the whole issue and to get to the core of the situation. so why stop there? unless u want to cover up something? hmmm.. i could tell…

  5. ask12b1 - February 27, 2008 12:55 am

    Si Joker at Enrile ang troube shooters ng Malacanang sa Senado. Pansinin niyo na langing magkatabi sa upuan ang dalawa. Kapag magsalita parang duet na kumakanta. Kung wala ang isa halimbawa nag-CR lang, nandoon ang isa para bantayan ang nangyayari sa hearing. Umpisa pa lang ng hearing, sigaw agad nila madaliin ang investigation. Bakit daw walang resolution samantalang ang tagal na at nagsalita na ang mga witnesses. And why is Miriam not appearing anymore? Ang papel lang naman niya during the first hearing was to destroy Lozada’s credibility by bringing a bunch of damaging documents from his Phil Forest company. Isa pa, ano naman ang itatanong ni Miriam eh puro taga-Malacanang ang mga witness ngayon. Alangan naman tirahin niya ang mga tauhan ni Gloria. Look at Joker…when it was his turn to ask questions, he decided not to ask Gaite instead pointed his questions at Lozada. Ano ang itatanong niya kay Gaite eh kakampi niya iyan. Kung kalaban tiyak na titirahin niya iyon. Na-turn off ako sa mga pagpuri ni Joker kay Gaite. Ano naman ang connection kung may mga kapatid na madre at pari si Gaite? Buwelta tuloy ni Pimentel hindi porke may mga kapatid siyang taga-simbahan eh nagsasabi na siya ng tutoo. Pimentel even used the 12 Disciples as an example wherein one betrayed Jesus. Supalpal si Joker. Simula nang banat ni Pimentel ay di na kumibo si Joker. I strongly suggest that Pimentel be always around during the hearing to counter Joker and Enrile’s antics. Si Pimentel lang ang katapat ng dalawang aso ni Gloria.

  6. hateyouGLORIA - February 27, 2008 1:05 am

    haay..joker is known to be human right churva. btu with what hes doing, its one way of hiding the truth from the filipino poeple. i want to commend sen. roxas, pangilinan, lacson, madrigal, who helped unveiling the truth behind the scandal.

  7. AdeBrux - February 27, 2008 1:12 am

    Razon and Esperon vowed to be apolitical, yet the first thing they did was to be partisan!

    How can you believe these pigs?

  8. chi - February 27, 2008 1:18 am

    So, kaya pala si Bitch ay naggala hanggang Caloocan to Cavite para kung magkagulo ay doon lang sa lugar na aabutan siya ihihilecopter to safety. Ala-Bush ha nung 9/11!

    Kung totoo ang banta, ayos..kumpirmado ni Bitch ngayon na walang pasubali na hindi siya katanggap-tanggal sa AFP military Junior Officers!

    Kung computer uprising lang ito, dapat lang na naging maingat ang grupo ni Gen. Lim at Trillanes.

    Hindi hihinto ang Pidal criminal gang, kailangang manatili sa nakaw na pwesto ang pResident Evil!

    Kaya iyang solusyon ng CBCP na hilaw ay nakakadismaya!

  9. MacarioSakay - February 27, 2008 1:36 am

    kung gagalaw man ang kasundaluhan, sa palagay ko ito’y yung mga disenteng sundalo. Sana naman, tumulong ang mga sibilyan kahit ang tanging armas ay kandila, bulaklak at taimtim na panalangin na sana’y walang mabubuwis ng buhay.

  10. balweg - February 27, 2008 1:37 am

    Hay naku kgg. Chi, inis-talo noong pinanonood ko ang news sa TV patrol about this subject, bakit ka mo? Eh karamihan sa mga dumalo sa kanilang rally eh dapat wag kaawaan sapagka’t ginagawa nilang busabos ang kanilang mga sarili.

    Mapangakuan lang ng mga matatamis na dila eh heto sila at kunyari pa na suportado nila ang rehimeng Arroyo, pero sa totoo lang yan ang numero uno na reklamador sa buhay.

    Nakakadismaya talaga ang iba nating kabababayang Pinoy sapagka’t alam na nila ang tunay na sitwasyon ng bayan eh heto mabola lang ng kaunti eh nagbabago ang ihip ng hangin.

    Yon nga na E-VAT na isa sa nagpapahirap sa bayan eh di nila alintana yan pero sa bibig nila nanggagaling ang reklamo sa buhay, kesyo mahirap daw at walang perang pangpaaral sa kanilang mga anak.

    Kita mo especially sa Manila, ang daming nakatira sa squatter areas at gang war ng mga kabataan, see yan ang realidad ng tunay na buhay pero ano sila ngayon?

    Binubusabos ng rehimeng ito, di ba!

  11. balweg - February 27, 2008 1:45 am

    Kung ako ang kukunan mo ng personal na opinyon kgg. MacarioSakay eh wag na silang kumilos at enjoy naman sila sa ganitong buhay so be it bakit ba?

    Maliwanag pa sa sikat ng araw ang grabeng korapsyon ng gobyerno eh bakit nagtetengang-lipya ang karamihan at dedma lang sa mga nangyayari?

    Nasaan si Jocjoc Bolante, 2Million dollarman, etc. etc. ang hirap sa mga taong-gobyerno eh kanya-kanya ng takip sa kabulukan na kanilang pinagggagawa.

    Pinagyayabang pa ng DOJ at Sandigan ni GMA na kakasuhan daw yong maysala, hay naku eh dapat ang dami nang naghihimas ng rehas na bakal ngayon, but ang masakit eh ang kaya lang nilang kasuhan yong mga nagmamahal sa bayan tulad nina AT4, Gen. Lim/Miranda and co.

    Nakasuhan ng naman yong mga senior citizen na sangkot sa PEN standoff eh konsensiya dekargo pa nila kung ikukulong ang mga ito dahil pardonable ang kanilang age.

  12. blackdiamond - February 27, 2008 1:45 am

    Best way to described Joker? well he is a joker, let us not take him too seriously let him play his cards. Nagalit siya kay Lozada e sa totoo ang sinasabi. Gets nyo, he hates the truth because he is a joker.

  13. hateyouGLORIA - February 27, 2008 1:53 am

    nagssalita ata si luli arroyo sa publiko people. how do you find it mga kgg the kasama dito??

  14. MacarioSakay - February 27, 2008 2:11 am

    kabsat BALWEG, may pag-asa pa ang bayan at may pag-asa pang mabago ang pananaw ng mga ibang kababayan natin. huwag kang sumuko. tumulong ka sa pagkalampag sa kanila at imulat mo sa kanila na hindi lang isang supot ng konting pagkain at ATM card na magbibigay sa kanila ng P500.00 bawat buwan ang kapalit ng karangalan nila…meron pa…

  15. happy gilmore - February 27, 2008 2:20 am

    hindi makakain ang karangalan

    ano nga ba, if any ang nagawa ng oposisyon? ganun din, puro dole outs.

    some facts and figures re the senate’s performance

    out of 800 hearings, only 375 committee recommendations were made.

    di ba dapat in aid of legislation ang mga hearing na ito?

    bakit kakalahati ang committee recommendations? anung nangyari dun sa kabilang kalahati? NAPUNTA SA WALA.

    tulad ng KATAWA TAWANG UPRISING NA ITO – ni WALANG NAG RISE.

    MAG RICE na lang tayo sa jollibee he he he

  16. balweg - February 27, 2008 2:24 am

    Alam mo Kgg. MacarioSakay since 2001 pa ako nakikipagbunong braso sa mga hard headed nating Kababayang Pinoy, mapasatrabaho o kaya sa social gathering kaya heto still fighting pa to liberate our country sa mga corrupt at sinungaling sa ating lipunan.

    Maraming paraan ang pakikibaka kaya nasa diskarte ito, tama ka patience lang ang puhunan para magtagumpay tayo pare-pareho unlike sa mga fence-setters na ang iniisip lamang eh yong biyaya na makukuha nila sa gobyerno o mga kurap na pulitiko.

  17. hateyouGLORIA - February 27, 2008 2:26 am

    lemme add: MacarioSakay , here in makati. i talked some of my neighbors, someone is giving out 500 php per person in exchange of your appearance for the pro gloria rally. someone even said theye not picking up directly people form squatter areas since they knew theyre pro binay. is there gonna be a pro gloria rally? hmmm… bayaran ata ppunta dun e..

  18. balweg - February 27, 2008 2:29 am

    Alam mo kgg. Happy Gilmore, ang karangalan eh di kayang bilhin ng PISO?

    Ang tao minsan lang mabuhay sa mundong ibabaw kaya dapat taas-noo tayo na naninindigan sa KATOTOHAN. Yong mga fence-setters eh no comment kasi mayroon silang bait sa sarili at kung panghihimasukan pa natin eh baka mangagat ang mga iyan so let them to enjoy para masiyahan sila.

  19. balweg - February 27, 2008 2:37 am

    Common sense naman kgg. Happy Gilmore, ngayon lang nagsisimula ang mga dating kaalyado ni GMA na nagsikalas sa kanyang poder?

    Remember 2001 pa nag-aalsa balutan ang Masang Pilipino, but ofcourse tigasin pa si GMA dahil nakasandig pa siya kina JDV, AFP/PNP Generals, Tongresman, other civil society groups, bishops, ULAP, Tabako and co.

    But this time eh iba na ang usapan kaya weather weather lang yan, atleast naipamukha ng nakararaming Pinoy na AYAW na nila kay GMA not ONCE but TWICE.

    OK wala nang marami pang usapan kung ipakukulong ni GMA ang mga kurap sa kanyang rehime, sure na tatahimik ang bayan, but suntok sa buwan at ang hirap managinip ng gising sa hilatsa ng kartada ni GMA.

    Wag sila magsaya sapagka’t oo kanila ang NGAYON pero di nila hawak ang BUKAS?

  20. MacarioSakay - February 27, 2008 2:38 am

    kabsat hateyouGLORIA,

    kung napapanood mo sa Tv ang interview ng mga kawawang mga taong ito, sila ay pumapayag na sumama sa rally ni Gloria hindi dahil naniniwala sila dito, kundi ang kakarampot na ibabayad sa kanila ay pangsalba nila sa kumakalam na sikmura ng mga anak nila. Dito mo nakikita na ang ipinagmamalaki ng malacanang na growth ay hindi ramdam ng maraming kababayan natin. Ngunit hindi rin ibig sabihin nun, ipinagbili nila ang karangalan nila.

  21. AdeBrux - February 27, 2008 2:53 am

    Chi,

    How pathetic can Gloria get! Her latest performance which was an attempt of hers to parley with the irate public via DZRH was pathetic.

    This is what the people should understand today: they’re dealing with a double crosser.

    In that DZRH-assisted parley of hers with the irate public, Gloria actually confirmed is that even if she knew the deal was flawed, she went ahead and signed the contract in China but was determined to cancel the deal, effectively to double cross her China partners when she got round to doing it…

    Sure tells you a lot about the mindset of Gloria and confirms what she truly is: a stinking lying double crossing b…tch!

    Nobody in his/her right mind should believe whatever she says and I am 100% certain that no foreign government official will trust what any Philippine government official will say anymore, not while she’s around. Philippine government credibility has sunk to an all time low.

  22. balweg - February 27, 2008 2:54 am

    KOREK ka diyan kgg. MacarioSakay, wise na ang Pinoy ngayon bakit ka mo, makikiride on sila upang tumanggap ng kahit ano lang at after that sorry na lang.

    Yan ang tunay na larawan sa kapalpakang itinuro ng mga kurap na pulitiko sa ating mamamayan, PERA PERA LANG ANG LABANAN NGAYON kaya ito ang pangtapat nila sa mga nagaalsa-balutan.

    Napakasakit damhin di ba, ito ang mabigat nating hamon na maituwid ang masamang naituro ng mga kurap na pulitiko sa ating kababayang Pinoy.

    Dapat magsisimula tayo sa ating pamilya, hanggang palabas ng ating tahanan up to sa dulo ng kalsada na mararating ng ating pangyapak.

  23. Zardux - February 27, 2008 2:58 am

    “Razon and Esperon vowed to be apolitical, yet the first thing they did was to be partisan!

    How can you believe these pigs?” -Adb

    i strongly believe that both are cowards and congenital liars.

  24. AdeBrux - February 27, 2008 3:03 am

    Agree Zardux!

    “i strongly believe that both are cowards and congenital liars.”

  25. chi - February 27, 2008 3:10 am

    Anna,

    The Bitch is somersaulting. Ang galing MAGSIRKO ng impaktang puta.

    I wonder, what could be the reactions of the foreign embassies when Malacanang sounded to them Gloria’s plan of declaring a state of emergency? Baka pinagtatawanan lang ang bruha.

  26. J. Cruz - February 27, 2008 3:16 am

    It should be quite interesting to see the ramifications coming from P.R.O.C. in the coming weeks.

    Self-induced corruption is one thing…. Embarrassing the Chinese from the Mainland? She will soon find out!

    GMA arrogantly thought she was invincible…. Didn’t extablish a fault line!

  27. SULBATZ - February 27, 2008 4:03 am

    Anong sabi mo Zardux? Razon and Esperon are CONS and GENITALS and LIARS?

  28. Zardux - February 27, 2008 4:32 am

    Sulbatz,

    Pwede yung CONS and LIARS. Pero, wala silang GENITALS! Hi hi hi

    Si Razon, lahat ng units na hinawakan nya ay pumalpak at ipinagyabang pa nya!

    Si Esperon, maski hindi sya magsasalita at tingnan mo lang ang mga awards at badges sa uniporme nya, ay NAGSISINUNGALING na!

  29. rose - February 27, 2008 4:45 am

    May nagsabi na magkatabi sa upuan during the investigation si Enrile at si Joker Arroyo, hindi kaya nagcocopyahan sa test?

    At sa palagay ninyo susundin ni Gloria ang panawagan ng CBCP to allow Neri, etc. to tell the truth and what they know? Sa palagay ko kahit na pumuti ang owak o pumuti ang gilagid niya..no way will she allow them..but the Holy Spirit will guide us all in our search for truth and justice.. Tuloy ang pagdarasal for truth and justice..the truth will set us free..we cannot count on the bishops..they are just as accountable as we are..

  30. Zardux - February 27, 2008 4:55 am

    Ang taong sinungaling ay habangbuhay na duwag.

    Ang nakakabahala ay etong mga sinungaling ay nagsamasama. Meron pa silang unity march. di ba bawal yun? kung sabagay e wala ng bawal sa kanila.

  31. rose - February 27, 2008 5:04 am

    happy gilmore: sa isang tao na walang karangalan yan nga ang masasabi mo..kasi ang nasa isip ay ang kumain lang..But remember when Satan tempted Jesus after forty days and Satan said to him..’order the stone to turn into bread..and Jesus answered “the scripture says ” Man can not live on bread alone..” you forgot this? or you just don’t care about the scriptures anymore…sayang ang talino mo..

  32. rose - February 27, 2008 5:06 am

    happy gilmore: marami ang hindi makabili ng rice sa jollibee..

  33. Zardux - February 27, 2008 5:14 am

    Conversations (and reservations) between Ambitiuos Generals:

    esperon: Walang iwanan! hanggang kamatayan para ke ma’am! (pero mauna kayo)

    navy chief: maski lumubog na lahat ng barko ko ser, hindi ako tatalon sa dagat! (wala naman kaming barko hi hi)

    airforce chief: maski magcrash na lahat ng eroplano ko ser, hindi ako lulundag palabas! (grounded naman lahat ng eroplano namin hi hi hi)

    army chief: maski maubos lahat ng sundalo ko ser, hindi ako babaliktad! (ako naman ang next mag chief of staff e hi hi hi)

    esperon: very good boys! that’s what i like! i’ll report to ma’am. (akala nyo magreretire na ako ha)

  34. hawaiianguy - February 27, 2008 6:05 am

    Bilang na ang magagandang araw ng mga sangkot sa NBN (new babuyan network) deal.

    Sayang ang mga assperons, razons, mendozas, abaloslos, gaites, atbp. mahilig sa piggery project. Habang may panahon pa, magsisi na kayo at iwanan mag isa si ma’am.

  35. parasabayan - February 27, 2008 6:30 am

    Mabuti naman at si General Danny Lim, si Sen Trillianes and the 28 incarcerated officers know now that they may be used as props by the ambitious politicians and plotters themselves who had taken advantage of the vulnerability of these honorable men. Whoever did the number to them in the Manila Penn incident need to seek their deepest souls. To put the lives of these two honorable men in jeopardy must have given these villains( whoever they may be) the momentary pleasure of seeing them almost killed! Sana ang mga gumago kina Gen Lim at Sen Trillianes ay magagago rin ng higit pa sa ginawa nila sa dalawang ito!

  36. parasabayan - February 27, 2008 6:32 am

    God works in mysterious ways. Do unto others what you want others do unto you!

  37. ask12b1 - February 27, 2008 6:54 am

    The Devil works in mysterious ways too. They do evil what others do good to them.

  38. rose - February 27, 2008 8:19 am

    May nagsabi na pati daw ang simbahan (mga pari, obispo, cardinals, etc) sa atin ay napasok na ng evil..sino kayang evil na nakapasok? sino ba yong sinabi ni Neri (na hindi na niya naalala) na she is evil..it is not so easy to forget..Mr.Neri.

  39. haji - February 27, 2008 8:55 am

    Maraming nag-aabang especially those who are in the mode of wait and see attude kung magkaroon ng People,s Power Part III during aniversary ng EDSA pero peaceful ang demo. Paano
    walang AMBOY na General ng AFP ang nag-initiate dahil
    MAYBE walang blessing ni MICKY MOUSE. di katulad noong “86.
    TABAKO is their MAN of Action. I hope mapundi na si MICKY
    MOUSE para alisin na sa power si MADAM kasi SOBRA NA, TAMA NA.

  40. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 9:02 am

    Maiba, baka may nakakakilala sa mga pro-corruption Governors na pumunta para suportahan si Gloria. Maganda sana makuha ang lista nito para maalala sila pagdating ng panahon. Kasama na rin yung mga Congressmen sa Malacanang nung Feb 25 na namudmod ng PERA NATIN sa mga pro-corruption hakot sa Liwasang Bonifacio.

  41. cocoy - February 27, 2008 9:34 am

    Ganito na kasi iyan Kabayan.Alam ng mga pulitiko na gutom ang karamihang mamayan at kapit na sa patalim para mabuhay kaya ang kanilang “amor propio” ay ipinagbibili na ng mamiso.Iyang mga gobernador,mga mayor at Tongressman ay mga tunay na taksil ng bayan dahil sa bukol ng bulsa ay ininigosyo at isinasangla nila ang kinabukasan ng kabataan gamit ang kanilang ganid na kapangyarihan.

    Ayaw ng mga Tungaw na politiciani na magkaroon ng karunungan ang mga mahihirap na mamamyan at tubuan ng sungay dahil hindi na nila ito mamamanduhan,Yes,sir,yes boss ang musika sa kanilang binging pandinig at masaya sila kapag mga Pipi at bulag ang kanilang nasasakupan.Kaya tayo lang naman ang nakikipaglaban sa kanila na may angkin ng kaunting yaman at karunungan at kailangan natin silang akayin sa madilim nilang nilalakbay at dalhin sa promise land na tulad ng ginawa ni Moses sa mga iginapos sa pagka alipin.

    Kaya taliwas ako sa pananaw ni Happy Gilmore na mag-rice-rice sa hamburgeran,mas maganda na bigyan sila ng pagkakakitaan at hindi ang panandaliang laman ng nagrerebulusyon na tiyan.

  42. MacarioSakay - February 27, 2008 9:41 am

    magandang pilipinas sa lahat!

    Kung sino man po ang hindi pa nakilahok dito, gawin na po ngayon…

    Dear Friends,

    I have just read and signed the online petition:

    “Calling for the immediate resignation of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Noli de Castro and for the Holding of Special (“Snap”) Elections within 60 days”

    hosted on the web by PetitionOnline.com, the free online petitionservice, at: http://www.PetitionOnline.com/snap08/

    I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might agree, too. If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and consider signing yourself.

    Best wishes, MacarioSakay

  43. grizzy - February 27, 2008 9:49 am

    PSB: God works in mysterious ways.

    *****

    Sinabi mo pa. And you hold on to that no matter what the devil says otherwise directly or through his ministering angels, even those with little faith the devil apparently moves to post in Ellen’s blog regardless of whether or not monetary reward from the Evil Bitch, the great deceiver, who must be called more like as the “Mother of Lies and Deceit” and/or “daughter of perdition”! :-P

  44. ask12b1 - February 27, 2008 10:02 am

    And beware of those who always quote bible verses. God warns us to keep away from hypocrites. Keep away from people who pretend to be holy but their word and deed prove otherwise. Such people have always penetrated the blog.

  45. ask12b1 - February 27, 2008 10:04 am

    Correction: Such people have also (not always) penetrated the
    blog. If there’s a law against wiretapping, there ought to be a law against e-mail or blog tapping.

  46. grizzy - February 27, 2008 10:13 am

    Kabayan:

    Kahit may listahan, how do you teach the people in the provinces where the people are still slaves and under the mercies of these governors who get elected by force and by manipulating their votes?

    Last year, I helped edit two documentaries on the haciendas in Negros and was appalled at how the people there allow themselves to be enslaved unless they are able to leave and get lucky somewhere else.

    It is no wonder that these corrupt officials hacienderos themselves or supported by these haciendero families get elected. Panakot pa nga sa kanila especially by this government, hindi kayo mag-cooperate, magugutom kayo!

    Tignan mo nga ang style ni Gloria Dorobo. Everytime she gets exposed, what she does is pay those who can cover up for her, and then, distribute those food packages bought from people who have promised to be faithful to her with taxpayers’ money.

    Worse is when you become an enemy of the state trying to teach these people to hold on to their rights and insist on enjoying them. Iyan ang problema as a matter of fact. It is not disunity because majority of Filipinos know Gloria is bad for the country, economy and all. It is more because they do not know how to stand on their rights as law-abiding citizens of the Philippines. If they are law-abiding themselves, they will know and see outright when one is not like this criminal calling herself “president.” She should actually be in jail.

  47. cocoy - February 27, 2008 10:15 am

    ask12b1;
    You posted on the other thread;FG–Falun Gong.Natuloy pala iyung binabalak ni fatsu na magtatayo siya ng Iglesia,dahil sinabi pala ni Li Hongzhi sa kanya—At sinasabi ko sa iyo,na ikaw ay fatsu,at sa ibabaw ng iyong ulo ay magtatayo tayo ng kulto at ito ay tatawagin nating FG.Li Hongzhi is the founder of cult religion Falun Gong,delikado iyan kasi icoconvert ni tabatsoy ang lahat ng religion sa Pina na fallower ng Falun Gong lamang, kaya panay ang travel ni fatsu sa HongKong.Marami ang nagpakamatay ng mga followers ng FG,mga iba ay nag-enroll sa mental hospital at mga iba ay bumili ng ticket of no return at nagtravel sila sa kalawakan at hanga ngayon ay hindi pa bumabalik.

  48. grizzy - February 27, 2008 10:25 am

    …even those with little faith the devil apparently moves to post in Ellen’s blog regardless of whether or not WITH monetary reward from the Evil Bitch…

  49. grizzy - February 27, 2008 10:35 am

    One modus operandi of these members of Luli’s Brigade especially in popular blog’s like Ellen’s is they flood it with posts that are full of nonsense, and cause a traffic, thus, making it difficult for anyone to have their posts get published in the blog, and worse, cause the same bandwith breakdown as what happened the other day to Ellen’s blog. Worse is when these creeps spreads bugs, worms and viruses with their posts. Truth is I always make sure my virus buster and spyware are active when I open Ellen’s and other blogs where the Brigaders are on attacking bloggers critical of the criminal’s government.

  50. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 10:40 am

    Cocoy at grizzy, tama kayo, pero saan tayo magsisimula ng accountability at sino yung “pagbibigyan” nating. Para sa akin, Congressman at pataas, kasama na yung mga Oligarchs, Sindikato, at Kriminal automatic kasali. Yung iba kasi maski Governor, papuntang Mayor hanggang Barangay Captain eh maintainer rin ng mga sindikato at krimen kaya dapat himayin pa rin sila maski “low ranking” sila.

    Maski papaano siguro sa listahan muna tayo magsimula, ika nga eh “Know your enemy”.

  51. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 10:44 am

    Muntik na rin akong nadale ng hacker kagabi. Real time posting kasi ako sa Madriaga expose kaya siguro tinira ako. Nakita ko na rin yung bug na pinasok nila. Muntik na akong di naka-access dito sa blog ngayon.

  52. laoco - February 27, 2008 10:52 am

    Manindigan sa Feb.29. Pag wala pang nanyari sa friday malabo ng matanggal si pandak arroyo…..sabi nga ng mga barkada ko dyan sa pinas di raw talaga kayang paalisin si arroyo pag walang tulong ang mga military…..If theres no military support, GMA is still the queen of Malacanang until 2010….. kumilos wag dumaldal……..

  53. cvj - February 27, 2008 10:57 am

    Ellen, the online title of your column says Gloria’s P30M ‘Witness Fee’. I believe that should be in Dollars.

    Any chance of Malaya putting up Lito Banayo’s Oligarchic Control diagram?

  54. cocoy - February 27, 2008 11:06 am

    Kabayan;
    What is worse,in our pinoy under class society, any amount of money will not bring them good days, especially if it will not bring them knowledge and skills. The influence of these morally deprave politician that manipulated them sharply reduced in literacy and economic determinism still prevails and exercises influences on people’s thoughts, and resultingly they will lay blame on the oligarches and the rich once they are disappointed. Quite a number of greedy intellectuals still cling to the idea that democracy grows out of money and that the economy determines the superstructure. Once the squalor society realize that the overriding task of economic growth has not brought them safety, comfort and freedom, they will begin to lay blame on other people for breaking their social order.Society naturally bear grudges against classes of masses

    Economic development, indeed, has resulted in serious problems of inequity in Pidalism government and the overflowing of corruption and abuse of power for personal gain. The defiance and opposition of individuals, groups and social strata were put down in which is the milestone of Pidalism turn to a totalitarian rule to a despotic one. From then on, the disregard for human lives covered by the relatively equal status of individuals is being suppress by the military thugs and at the same time, the individual’s properties and even life cannot be safeguarded under the rule of Pidalism, and consequently, it becomes one of the gravest issues that individuals are unable to be free of poverty and fear. The only spark for a successful revolution is through massive starvation because people doesn’t want to move while their stomach are full.

  55. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:11 am

    Sana po maging bukas din tayo sa opinyon ng iba. Thank you po.

  56. florry - February 27, 2008 11:12 am

    The missing ingredient in the ongoing protests is the military and the weakest link is the CBCP. Just wondering how long can these two groups take the heat and remain deaf and blind to the unfolding of the web of lies and deceits and the thievery of the evil woman. Just because maybe they are well-fed and well-taken care off and afraid to loss their allotments, so they took it upon themselves that protecting and ensuring the survival of evil-bitch Gloria and her family and her thieves is far more vital than saving the country and the well-being of the majority of the Filipinos. With their inaction and siding with the liars and thieves their guiding principle is Lies over Truths.

  57. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:15 am

    Laoco, maninindigan ba ang oposisyon sa friday?

  58. florry - February 27, 2008 11:15 am

    Brewing unrest in the military?
    ang tagal namang kumilos. Sana totoo na.

  59. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:16 am

    I think you won’t win the military if you keep on attacking them.

  60. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:19 am

    And why wait for the CBCP to make its statement in your favor?

  61. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 11:29 am

    cocoy wrote:

    “…The only spark for a successful revolution is through massive starvation because people doesn’t want to move while their stomach are full.”

    ========

    That may be nearer than we think, I don’t know if you are into spiritual investigations and stuff but there are growing predictions of both worldwide and nationwide famine (one of the links I’m reading is pretty “heavy” and am not sure if I should post it here.)

    While the Pidal regime is still focused on raking in money and manipulating society, the incoming changes in our environment is actually wrecking havoc in agriculture worldwide (The latest is China’s snowstorms.) We have not felt this yet so we wrangle with these corrupt people (as of course we should), but the government is not focusing in food security.

    Right now, if I have the helm of governance, I would be producing food which would last years in storage and develop MREs (Meals Ready to Eat) as a hedge against national catastrophe caused by famine. To think, the 14 Billion peso graft money of the “Filipino group” alone can go a long way towards this strategic food program project.

  62. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:33 am

    Kabayan, these are just predictions. Unless you are a fan of the likes of Madame Auring, you won’t believe these.

  63. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 11:42 am

    jerz,

    The Climate change and Global warming was predicted by mystics since the 1980s and only now did the scientists begin to accept it. As early as 2001 these has been corroborated by many different sources and that acceleration of natural disasters would happen from 2001 to 2010. This has happened. I was skeptical for the past 10 years but the signs are unmistakeable.

    Check out the scientific stats of unusual and increasingly violent storms, tsunamis, earthquakes, tornadoes and other natural calamities. It’s creeping in on us yet we wrangle on too much materialism. In fact the guilt of this administration is doubled since we are unable to prepare for any eventuality as they are busily engaged in corruption and moves toward dictatorial rule. Check out what other nations are doing in preparation for this. They’re trying to keep a low profile but they are actually considering this and are preparing.

    And by the way, you should have better sources than Madame Auring. But of course for many who failed to adequately research, read the signs, and remain skeptical, it could be well too late.

  64. cvj - February 27, 2008 11:47 am

    Kabayan, i agree. Some forecasts that climate change could reduce the carrying capacity of the earth from 8billion humans to 2 billion. I said something similar along that lines in my blog:

    Whenever, i hear the term food security, what i envision is emergency stocks of canned goods, noodles and grains (along with water supplies) hidden in caves or underground. – my blog entry, Saturday, May 12, 2007

    The top priority is to protect our sources of food and, more importantly, water.

  65. balweg - February 27, 2008 11:57 am

    RE: Sana po maging bukas din tayo sa opinyon ng iba. Thank you po.

    Sa sobrang open-minded ng mga Pinoy kgg. Jerz, eh SAAN BA TAYO PATUNGO NGAYON? Saan ka bang class ng Pinoy kabilang A, B, C, D, E?

    Ang labang ito eh di para lang sa mga taga-Oposisyon kundi para sa lahat? Ang pagbabago na isinisigaw ng mga nakakaunawa sa masamang takbo ng ating gobyerno eh kahit papaano naglalaan sila ng oras para sa bayan.

    Ano ang ginagawa ng mga fence-setters nating Kababayan, mas gusto pa ang magkipagpekwa, magtsismis, manood ng marimar, maggood time at ano pa and daming diversion sa buhay….sa sobrang kabisihan wala na silang panahon to contribute para sa labang ito?

    Sino ba ang reklamador sa ating lipunan? Di ba yong mga fence-setters na ang inaantay lang ay yong kung mayroong maibibigay ang mga corrupt na politicians o kaya mayroon silang mapapakinabangan sa gobyerno sa anumang paraan.

    Ang hirap sa marami nating Pinoy, nagtetengang-lipya at nagbubulag-bulagan sa mga nangyayari sa kanilang paligid? Walang KUSA at mga MANHID sa katotohanan, SAAN TAYO PATUTUNGO NITO KUNG GANYAN PALAGI ANG PANANAW NG BAWAT ISA NA INAAPAKAN AT DINUDUSTA ang mga karapatan eh ngising aso pa pero sa kaibuturan ng kanilang puso naghihimagsik ito.

    Walang pagbabago kung walang isa mang kikilos at walang tutulong sa anomang hakbangin sa pagnetralize sa mga kriminal sa ating gobyerno.

    Wala silang karapatang magstay sa gov’t sapagka’t kaaway sila ng batas NOT these people who shouted for freedom and changes in our gov’t institutions.

  66. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 11:58 am

    I am glad you are among the few who have researched this cvj. For the example when the disastrous cold-spell hit China. How much do you think their agriculture suffered? What do you think would happen if there are billions of Chinese people getting hungry.

    Water is harder still. As early as 1990s it was said that potable water will be in short supply, I laughed at this because I thought it was impossible, now look at us, we’re buying bottled water. Never in my early life would I have imagined to see the day that we will SELL water. Now scientists even here in the Philippines said that there would be lacking potable water in the future.

    Predictions take this one step further, while scientists say that the lack of potable water is man-made (i.e. pollution); mystics said that the future lack of water would be both caused by man-made and a natural calamity of sorts. My long skepticism is over. 10 years ago we were warned by mystics, now scientists grudgingly agree while First World nations deny this. Nope, I won’t wait for the First World countries to accept this, they have their own self interests; i.e. big business, oil business, industries and factories.

    Don’t you notice it literally in the wind? We had the hottest December but now we have a cold climate during the SUMMER season and a lot of rains in Visayas and Mindanao which is supposed to be a DRY season. Go figure.

  67. florry - February 27, 2008 11:59 am

    Is Boao China Gloria’s Waterloo?

  68. tax payer - February 27, 2008 12:00 pm

    Pano yan? Ayon sa Malacanan e hindi pa raw sila ready na ma-revoke ang EO 464, pagaaralan pa daw. Hanggang kailan pagaaralan? after 2010 election? Kapag lumpo na ang bansang Pilipinas sa corruption? Kapag ang mga dakilang testigo tulad ni Jun Lozada at Joey De Venecia ay pagod na at napanghinaan na ng loob? Kapag huli na ang lahat? Huwag naman po sana. Lets wait the CBCP to react about this response from Malacanan. Sana’y manindigan ang CBCP at ipakita ang kanilang sinseridad sa kanilang panawagan sa Malacanan na ma-abolish ang EO 464.

  69. juanito dela cruz II - February 27, 2008 12:00 pm

    Hi Ellen, im back from a 3 year hibernation. So glad to see familiar bloggers still here. Lets bang a gong!!
    Please enjoy viewing my video on YOUTUBE.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZDsU_i39Xk

  70. zen2 - February 27, 2008 12:01 pm

    grizzy,

    the idea is to drag you into the open, as a target for ugly and protracted snipings.

    haven’t got any exposure in comparative literature as you can see, but the way i comprehend things your person is secondary; the complete disruption of the blog’s exchange of info and ideas remains the primary objective.

    don’t fall for it. ichigo ichi e.

  71. jerz - February 27, 2008 12:15 pm

    Balweg, it’s not important whatever class i belong to. What’s important is that we respect each other’s opinion. After all, we all have the same goal and that is to save our country from the evils of society.

  72. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 12:15 pm

    tax payer,

    The administration would either delay this to the utmost or offer another solution which will benefit them. But it does not matter, whatever the stand of the CBCP, the people’s opinion on the matter of corrupt governance will remain the same and would grow stronger as time passes.

  73. triggerman925 - February 27, 2008 12:32 pm

    Ousting the evil bitch peacefully isn’t going to happen. Makikipagpatayan yan literally para manatili sa pwesto – never mind if Filipinos start shooting and killing each other. To prevent collateral damage, what this country needs now is just one good exterminator with a “ very sharp eye”. Kung baga sa anay dapat maalis muna talaga ang reyna then we can deal with rest of the termites more easily.

  74. jerz - February 27, 2008 12:36 pm

    Kabayan’s right, whatever the stand of the CBCP, it doesn’t matter, we are not blind followers anyway. But I agree with the CBCP’s stand for the government to revoke EO 464.
    Also, I agree with Kabayan regarding his views on climate change and the possible shortage of potable water in the future. There is a scientific basis for these, but if you say these are based on “spiritual investigation”, that’s hard to believe.

  75. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 12:37 pm

    Magpa Chinese citizen na lang siya pero dapat iwan niya dito kinurakot niya

  76. jerz - February 27, 2008 12:38 pm

    And who is that “one good exterminator”, triggerman925? Are you willing to volunteer?

  77. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 12:44 pm

    jerz,

    The best thing for you to confirm this is to go back to at least the 1990s and research on mystics and observe how accurate they are. Even in year 2001 you can research on this and corroborate.

    To make it easier for you jerz, try Google research on Sister Reodica. There are other mystics who corroborate this and are far more accurate. Base the existing data on disasters on what different mystics said about 4 to 8 years back so that you can have a more objective analysis.

  78. tax payer - February 27, 2008 12:46 pm

    I am agree with you kabayan, marahil naman ay alam ng marami sa ating kababayan ang kalagayan ng corruption sa ating pamahalaan. Bagamat marami din sa ating kababayan ang tahimik, bingi o nagbubulagbulagan. Kaya nga’t mahalaga ang panawagan ng CBCP na ma-revoke ang EO 464 para mailabas ang lahat ng katotohanan, lumabas ang kabulukan ng pamahalaan at lalong maintindihan ng bayan. Lets admit na klangan natin ang CBCP sa ating laban kaysa sa mga pulis at militar

  79. parasabayan - February 27, 2008 12:46 pm

    Ows, the same goal, to save our country? BULL! What goal when you want this EVIL BITCH to perpetuate her power? Two more years of corruption, looting, lies, cover ups and killing and all the other mafia activities will translate to decades of irreversible decay! We need to end the reign of this Evil Bitch NOW and start with a new slate! We have to keep trying to find a leader who would not be working for just one class of people. We need someone who really cares for every citizen and who would think less of his/her pocketbook. It does not really matter kung mangmang o hindi marunong mag-English but who understands the universal language of GOOD GOVERNANCE. No, I do not mean Erap. Let Erap just be a uniting leader!

  80. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 12:47 pm

    jerz,

    Oh btw, predictions would not 100% come true and according to spiritual studies catastrophes can be delayed or eliminated accordingly depending on the man’s effort to improve spirituality. There is no predeterminism.

  81. jerz - February 27, 2008 12:48 pm

    ok, i’ll try that, kabayan. thanks.

  82. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 12:49 pm

    tax payer,

    Maari yon, pero papaano kung pabandying bandying ang mga taga palasyo sa pag revoke ng E.O. 464? Dapat wag na nating atayin ang bishops kung di naman sinusunod ng Malacanang ang hinihingi ng taumbayan.

  83. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 12:53 pm

    jerz,

    It should be the one Sister Reodica predicted around 2000 to 2001,(she announced it in a news network I think) there are now a lot of prediction claims that did not really come from her

  84. parasabayan - February 27, 2008 12:58 pm

    We let her get away with mutiny and sedition in 2001! Then we let her get away with electoral cheating in 2004 and 2007. We let her get away with the Joc-joc Bolante fertilizer scam, Nani Perez scam, the Northrail and Southrail projects, the most expensive Macapagal highway and now shall we let her get away with this ZTE scam again? I am absolutly sure that if we look more, there will be hundreds of anomalous deals this Evil Bitch had entered into but because she feeds her inner circle so well with bribes and positions, no one dares to talk openly! But something has to give and it will be soon, I hope! Even a boulder breaks with the continous drip of water on the same spot! Let us keep chipping on this boulder and soon it will break!

  85. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 1:03 pm

    Parasabayan,

    Yes, the effort must be continuous but we must also expand and make the people realize this. We must also grow as we chip this boulder of corruption.

  86. parasabayan - February 27, 2008 1:21 pm

    I wish the opposition factions would unite altogether and just form one group. The Black and White movement with the Cory group with the Uno, with the Civil Society, militants, students, church, lawyers, doctors and the mag-babalut on the street! Until we form a united front, this Evil Bitch will just be laughing at our snipes at her. WALANG mangyayaring pag-baba sa puwesto. Of course the show of force by the governors are all staged. Siempre humalik yan ng kamay ni Evil Bitch kasi may brown bag na kinuha kay Evil Bitch. The same with the AFP/PNP and the cabinet men. Lahat yan ay may PABUYA! The only thing we have which can not be bought is our RESOLVE! Ang paninindigan ay hindi nabibili! Ang pagnanasa na mas magandang kinabukasan ay hindi napapantayan ng kahit na anong kayamanan!

  87. grizzy - February 27, 2008 1:45 pm

    Zen2: don’t fall for it. ichigo ichi e.

    *****

    I am not. That’s why I don’t read posts written by two or more of these detractors deliberately being planted here by the Luli Brigades to mess up the discussions especially by those who are into this movement to have the criminals exposed and removed.

    It’s part of the modus operandi that became more profound and active since the creation of that communication center in Cebu funded I am told by a contribution to the Dept. of Education that was supposed to be handed over to Roco when he was Secretary of Education.

    I can easily detect these people of fact, and I have my own way of exposing them without being too conspicuous. Konting tisod lang, so to speak.

    In fact, even when they pretend to be anti-Evil Bitch, they actually oftentimes just show off their fangs, and you see them being different from the true bloggers of Ellen who are here to share their sentiments, ideas and aspirations for a better Philippines with leaders who are not robbers and thieves!

    Honto ha, ki ni shinai. Baka wa shinanakya naoranai (a fool is only cured by dying.) So you kill it by silence/ignoring any insinuation, etc. As they say in tagalog, “Ang pumatol sa ulol mas lalong ulol.”

  88. cocoy - February 27, 2008 1:48 pm

    CBCP or any religious groups is non functional to change the Pidalism government The church are not the only builders of hope in the minds of our people. Politicians needed the help of preachers, priest and cults to subvert and change our lawful form of government..Preachers have been used by politicians to assist them in its harassment and plunder. Politicians offered preachers a bribe, of big bucks, and most preachers accepted the bribe. Politicians cannot propagate their false information and lies if preachers teach the truths we find in Holy Scripture. Our Bibles give us a record of the rise and fall of many different governments.The Bible gives us the story of many great men who challenged evil and wicked governments.Many of God’s servants were threatened, imprisoned, thrown into fiery furnaces, thrown to the lions and etc. when they refused to obey politician-created laws.

    Cardinal Rosales churches of today, people are taught, our government is a higher power to which we, the people, are subject. People should support a government which does good and maintains justice and order. Rosales and Pidal have much in common. Both have become professional liars where success is measured by how many followers they have. Both are confidence manipulator who play games with people’s mind. Basic freedom has always been denied because they wanted control. Pidal and church have used each other at the expense of the people.

    As long as politicians can bombard us with their platitudes about doing good and never be challenged on the immoral means they use the size and power of this Pidalism government will never be controlled. For there can be no decline in the calls upon government to do something about such things as poverty, the homeless, the aged, and the sick until the force and violence that must support such governmental actions is recognized and morally condemned. We the Filipinos need to get our act together in condemning the illegal act of Pidalism and the entire structure of her government. Not the bishop of the Cardinal!

  89. grizzy - February 27, 2008 1:56 pm

    PSB:

    Huwag kang mainip. Iyan talaga ag mga pilipino, but look at the efforts being exerted by everyone. From afar we see the development and despite the varying ways of showing disgust for the dorobo, we see no conflict at all but a united front against this creep and her minions. Kaya nga the efforts to make even a fool of themselves like when the robbing generals walk the talk like some idiots trying hard to convince themselves that they are heroes! :-P

  90. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 1:57 pm

    Hear, hear, the bishops themselves said: It is up for the people to decide if Gloria’s administration should resign or not … so then we decide. Gloria Arroyo Resign!

  91. grizzy - February 27, 2008 1:59 pm

    Truth is I like it when they put Lozada, the reluctant and accidental hero, in the forefront of this campaign versus the crooks. Medyo kabado pa nga siya, but so far, well and good.

    Tuloy ang laban. Huwag makikinig sa mga nanduduwag sa mga handa nang lumaban.

  92. grizzy - February 27, 2008 2:01 pm

    As for the CBCP, please huwag na ninyong tempt-in ang mga duwag. Naninguro lang naman ang mga iyan. Pag nakita nilang malakas na ang mga taumbayan at do or die na ang attitude, I bet you mag-uunahan pa iyan ba mag-agaw ng eskena. Para naman kayong bago ng bago.

  93. Mrivera - February 27, 2008 2:09 pm

    ang tulang ito ay inihahandog ko sa mga lider na pinipilit maging puti ang itim at gawing itim ang puti:

    kailan malalaman kung hinog na ang bunga
    kung ito ba ay malapit nang mapigtas sa sanga
    o kaya’y sa samyo’t halimuyak niya
    nagbibigay takam sa ating panlasa
    alin nga, meron bang pagkikilanlang iba?

    katulad ng taong merong ikinukubli
    sa pagsisiwalat ng tama’y lubhang atubili
    sa bawat pagbigkas ng katwira’t muni
    palaging paiwas, iba ang sinasabi
    sa halip na humarap, patalilis ang gawi.

    ang tiwala ng sambayana’y ibinibigay kusa
    sa pag-asam ng lubos at paglilingkod ng tama
    huwag gawing dahilan ang pansariling nasa
    bigyang katapatan ang kalinisang sumpa
    isukli ay ibayong pagtupad nang tugma.

    alin ang gugustuhin kung wala na sa poder
    pag-usapan ay buting walang sukling hiling
    o ang maalalang sa bawat pagbitiw
    ng salita’y alimura at may pagtatakwil
    kasabay ng dura sa ngala’y pagturing?

    ang buhay ng tao’y mayroong hangganan
    dapat alalahaning ito’y hiram lamang
    pagdating ng takda sa gusto ma’t sa ayaw
    babalik sa alabok ang bawat katawan
    kung saan nagmula sa hugis ng maykapal.

  94. Valdemar - February 27, 2008 2:14 pm

    Happy Gilmore,
    Ang karangalan ay di nababayaran. Look at those people who ‘returned’ to us the democracy we lost to the Marcos regime. They want to be paid from the CARP money, my money. They even used the US court to get it. Now the present regime wants it all, spending much of it already, I think. The congress has a bill to pay it. Ang karangalan ngayon, after Marcos is kawalanghiyaan.

  95. Tilamsik - February 27, 2008 2:30 pm

    CBCP also nervous, They Crucified Jesus Christ again. Where is Christianity..??

  96. parasabayan - February 27, 2008 2:35 pm

    Magno, I like your tula! I am impressed!

  97. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 2:38 pm

    I always had wished that I could talk like than in Pilipino; like in the poetry of Mrivera

  98. parasabayan - February 27, 2008 2:45 pm

    It is a talent Kabayan, to be able to make a rhyme…

  99. tax payer - February 27, 2008 2:48 pm

    Alam naman natin dito lahat na malabo o hindi aalisin ng gobyernong ito ang EO 464. Para nman silang ngpatiwakal kapag ginawa nila yon. Hindi dapat hayaan ng CBCP manaig ang bulok na “delaying tactics” ng corrupt na nasa pamahalaan ang issue ng pag-revoke sa EO 464. This is a challenge for CBCP. Lets see how the CBCP will handle this issue. Dito natin malinaw na mapapatunayan ang sinseridad ng CBCP, kung saan panig sila kabilang, sa katotohanan ba o sa corrupt na pamahalaan.
    Well, anyway, as CBCP themselves said, “Wag ntin silang hintayin”…. pero siguro dapat pati sila kalampagin

  100. cocoy - February 27, 2008 2:58 pm

    Kabayan;
    Iyan si Pareng Magno ko,ang kanyang walang pagal na paa ay laging nakatunton sa entablado at sa mga theatro, sa mga lunsod,bayan at maging sa baryo ay laging imbitado sa tuwing pistahan habang ang panauhing pandangal na mga Gobernador,Kongressman at Senador na pinuputungan ng korona ang magarbong dilag ng bayan na si Reyna Elena,,ang mga talatang patungkol sa kagandahan at papuri ay binibigkas niya at sinasalubong ng magarbong palakpakan at sinasabayan ng violin,piano at banduria at may mga lusis at mga kwitis pa upang basagin ang katahimikan ng langit at ilawan ng kutitap ang madilim at mapanuksong ulap.

    Pareng Magno,iyong commission ko ng 10 % baka makalimutan mo.Hehehe!

  101. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 3:23 pm

    Dapat pala tumula si kgg Magno pag napatalsik na yung mga linta sa Malacanang :)

  102. jojovelas2005 - February 27, 2008 3:38 pm

    Palace legal team to review Arroyo’s gag order –abs-cbnnews.com

    Baka naman sa 2010 pa matapos ang review ng palace.

    Palace: Arroyo considering CBCP recommendations -abscbnnews.com

    – 2006 ko pa narinig yan dahil yun binasa yata ng CBCP sa pagmamadali nila nakuha nilang babasahin papel yun 2006 din.
    malinaw naman sa calendar 2008 na at hindi 2006.

  103. jerz - February 27, 2008 4:00 pm

    Let us all just hope that Arroyo will listen to the CBCP and lift EO 464.

  104. Jon M - February 27, 2008 4:14 pm

    Prediction: EO 464 will be lifted when the NBN/ZTE smell has evaporated!

  105. The Equalizer - February 27, 2008 4:18 pm

    A poem for Gloria…

    Ako’y Pinoy

    Ako’y Pinoy
    Mapa itsura, pananalita
    Mapa pagkain, pananamit
    At kung ano ano pa!

    Ako’y Pinoy
    Pango ang ilong
    Kayumangging kaligatan
    Mautak at matalino!

    Ako’y Pinoy
    Mahilig sa adobo
    Manggang hilaw at bagoong
    Balut at San Miguel beer!

    Ako’y Pinoy
    Mahilig sa chocnut
    Boy bawang
    At Dirty ice cream!

    Ako’y Pinoy
    Marunong gumalang
    Gumagamit ako ng salitang PO at OPO
    Sa pakikipagusap sa mga matatanda.

    Ako’y Pinoy
    Gumagamit ng tabo
    Habang naliligo
    Para huwag magaksaya ng tubig!

    Ako’y Pinoy
    Lumaki ako sa Pinas
    Naging OFW
    Para dollar ang sweldo!

    Ako’y Pinoy
    Nagsasabi ng totoo
    Sabi ng Bible
    Masama ang sinugaling!

  106. cocoy - February 27, 2008 4:33 pm

    Cool na cool na ito at nagbabalagtasan na sa entablado.Hehehe!

    Siya ay Pinoy
    Lumaki sa Olongapo
    Siya ay Pinoy
    Kahit tatay niya Negro
    Siya Pinoy
    Nanay niya naiwanan ng barko!

  107. Mrivera - February 27, 2008 5:06 pm

    pareng cocoy,

    hindi ako umaakyat sa mga entablado kapag naaanyahang tumula. ako’y laging naiimbitahan sa amin noong ako’y nag-aaral pa lamang sa low iskul sa mga lamayan ng patay. diyan ako nahasa.

  108. jerz - February 27, 2008 5:11 pm

    ang galing naman ni mrivera, pati ni equalizer, pati ni cocoy tumula.

  109. Mrivera - February 27, 2008 5:13 pm

    kabayan, parasabayan,

    ano’ng aasahan sa katulad kong nahasa sa lansangang gahol sa turo ng paaralan?

    munti kong ambag sa ipinaglalaban ng mga katulad ninyong nasa mas nakakaangat na antas para sa kapakanan ng mga dukha at mangmang na sa talakayang ito’y aking kinakatawan.

  110. naguilenya - February 27, 2008 5:39 pm

    MGA MALING AKALA KO DAHIL SA NBN-ZTE SCANDAL

    1. Akala ko Evils are in Hell. They stay in Malañang pala.
    2. Akala ko mga beteranong abogado gaya ni Senators Joker at Enrile, marunong sa batas. Sabagay marunong naman – marunong i-twist ang nagdudumilat na katotohanan at ayon, ipinagtanggol ang mga alipores ni Gloria.
    3. Akala ko wala na ngayong Good Samaritans ngayon. Biro mo, P500,000 cold cash ipapahiram mo sa isang tao dahil nagtaext lang na giniginaw na siya.

    Hay. Sana me genie na lumabas sa bote ng softdrinks ko mamaya at iwi-wish ko mga sumusunod:

    1. Pag nakaroon ng national election, I will make sure na mga nasa mid 30′s to 40′s ang iboboto ko na senator. Kahit di na makompleto yong list ko. Nakakaawa naman mga gaya ni Enrile at Joker, kelangan nasa bahay na lang at nagri-relax ang mga yan. Sayang si Koko Pimentel.
    2. Sana matauhan na mga Mayors at Governors. Baka me sobre ulit na bigay nong nag-unity walk sila sa Palasyo ng mga Evil.
    3. Sana mga nagsasabi ng katotohanan na medyo numinipis ang buhok gaya ng Engr. Lozada eh kumapal ang buhok at yong mga nagsisinungaling sana mawalan ng buhok sa ulo at tubuan sa ibang parte ng katawan.

    Tama na at baka pagalitan ako ni Ma’am Ellen.

  111. naguilenya - February 27, 2008 5:41 pm

    MGA MALING AKALA KO DAHIL SA NBN-ZTE SCANDAL

    1. Akala ko Evils are in Hell. They stay in Malacañang pala.
    2. Akala ko mga beteranong abogado gaya ni Senators Joker at Enrile, marunong sa batas. Sabagay marunong naman – marunong i-twist ang nagdudumilat na katotohanan at ayon, ipinagtanggol ang mga alipores ni Gloria.
    3. Akala ko wala na ngayong Good Samaritans ngayon. Biro mo, P500,000 cold cash ipapahiram mo sa isang tao dahil nagtext lang na giniginaw na siya.

    Hay. Sana me genie na lumabas sa bote ng softdrinks ko mamaya at iwi-wish ko mga sumusunod:

    1. Pag nakaroon ng national election, I will make sure na mga nasa mid 30′s to 40′s ang iboboto ko na senator. Kahit di na makompleto yong list ko. Nakakaawa naman mga gaya ni Enrile at Joker, kelangan nasa bahay na lang at nagri-relax ang mga yan. Sayang si Koko Pimentel.
    2. Sana matauhan na mga Mayors at Governors. Baka kasi me sobre ulit na puno ng pera bigay nong nag-unity walk sila sa Palasyo ng mga Evil.
    3. Sana mga nagsasabi ng katotohanan na medyo numinipis ang buhok gaya ni Engr. Lozada eh kumapal ang buhok at yong mga nagsisinungaling sana mawalan ng buhok sa ulo at tubuan sa ibang parte ng katawan.

    Tama na at baka pagalitan ako ni Ma’am Ellen.

  112. jerz - February 27, 2008 5:56 pm

    May wish din ako. Sana matigil na ang gulong politika na ito para matahimik na at makausad na ang bansa.

  113. Tilamsik - February 27, 2008 6:07 pm

    Hindi uusad ang bansa hanggat may mandaraya ng boto at magnanakaw ng pondo ng bayan.

  114. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 6:10 pm

    I have received news that a Memorandum Circular 108 was issued by Malacanang which is actually in effect the same as E.O. 464. If this is true then even if E.O. 464 is removed as per request by CBCP, then their efforts to remove it is useless since a Memorandum Circular 108 exist anyway.

    Can anyone verify this for certain?

  115. chi - February 27, 2008 9:39 pm

    # jojovelas2005 Says:

    February 27th, 2008 at 3:38 pm

    Palace legal team to review Arroyo’s gag order –abs-cbnnews.com

    Palace: Arroyo considering CBCP recommendations -abscbnnews.com
    ***

    Nang-uuto para lumawig ang nakaw na trono!

    “Review”, “considering”….will take years to eternity!

    We don’t wait for the CBCP, it is just a pawn of the bitch!

  116. chi - February 27, 2008 10:05 pm

    naguilenya,

    Good samaritan: “Biro mo, P500,000 cold cash ipapahiram mo sa isang tao dahil nagtext lang na giniginaw na siya.

    Ha!ha!ha!

  117. juggernaut - February 27, 2008 10:06 pm

    Just saw Romulo Neri and Golez having dinner at the HEAT in EDSA Shang a while ago together with some people I didn’t recognize.

  118. bitchevil - February 27, 2008 10:08 pm

    That’s only one text, Mr. Chi. If Jun Lozada texted twice, he would have received one million pesos.

  119. Kabayan - February 27, 2008 10:19 pm

    News flash

    According to Chief Justice Puno, the removal of E.O. 464 would not stop Gloria from using the Executive Privilege to prevent suspected corrupt bureaucrats from testifying in Senate.

    Kaya tuloy ang laban, useless and request ng CBCP.

  120. bitchevil - February 27, 2008 10:20 pm

    Estrada: CBCP is asking a thief to catch a thief

    MANILA, Philippines — Pardoned plunderer and former president Joseph Estrada has taken issue with the statement of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines asking President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo to lead the search for truth in the National Broadband Network-ZTE scandal.

    “It is like asking a thief to catch a thief,” Estrada said in a phone interview on Wednesday.

  121. chi - February 27, 2008 10:21 pm

    Jug,

    Golez who, the congressman or the deputy whatever?

  122. chi - February 27, 2008 10:24 pm

    Kabayan,

    The bitch has already gotten the CBCP. The evil has no more use of them, bakit pa sila susundin. Nagpapatintero lang sila!

  123. juggernaut - February 27, 2008 10:34 pm

    chi,
    The deputy whatever who keeps defending Gloria.

  124. juggernaut - February 27, 2008 10:36 pm

    chi,
    I wanted to take a picture but my boss was there with us.

  125. juanito dela cruz II - February 27, 2008 10:38 pm

    im back.

  126. juggernaut - February 27, 2008 10:46 pm

    I really hope we see some improvements on out political scene, its exhausting even to read the newspapers.

  127. eddfajardo - February 27, 2008 10:48 pm

    Hi Guys,
    I just spoke with some of my batchmates in the military and this is one thing I can tell you . . . the threat of most junior officers and unrecognized enlisted men in our AFP to withdraw support from the corrupt Arroyo government is real, REAL!!!

  128. chi - February 27, 2008 10:56 pm

    Jug,

    Ahhh! I don’t expect anything na from Nerissa. He made him/herself so low by agreeing to become the bitch’s bitch!
    Neri has become just one of the pukes in the pResident Evil’s aparador.

  129. serkastic - February 27, 2008 11:01 pm

    how real is real sir edd? dami na chokepoint dito sa batangas. style talaga ni pandak

  130. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:02 pm

    How real is it, eddfajardo? Can we expect some action in the near future?

  131. Toney Cuevas - February 27, 2008 11:02 pm

    As the saying goes, “if you want something done right, do it yourself,” something to that effect. Hence, the people shouldn’t expect the support of the CBCP nor the Military, if we are to start anew and respect the constitution as it’s written. At the same time, the people must demand that both the CBCP and military to stay out of politics, since it’s not to there advantage as an established institution. Both the CBCP and military need the support of the people to function as to there intended sworn duty and not the other way around. I truly believe, the CBCP and military has no room in politics if we are to hope for the betterment of our government. We can’t follow the evil bitch footstep, since there is nothing sacred about her morality, just plain evil person. As I said before, CBCP need the people more than the people need the CBCP. Hence, ignore the CBCP, I’m sure they’ll come to their senses and see the people’s way. An offer CBCP can’t refuse!

  132. AdeBrux - February 27, 2008 11:13 pm

    By the way Ellen, have you seen the front page of the Inquirer?

    A picture can speak louder than words. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has been tagged the female head of the Malacanang Mafia and with reason…

    In today’s Philippine Daily Inquirer, Gov Joey Salceda, one of Malacanang’s foot soldiers is shown paying hommage to the the godmother by kissing the hand of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, the female Don Corleone of the Malacanang Mafia?

    As we all know, Salceda had earlier described Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo a bitch following CHED chief Neri’s depiction of Gloria as evil and was probably at his wits end trying ways and means to placate the Malacanang Mafia godmother lest he gets eliminated

  133. chi - February 27, 2008 11:24 pm

    Hindi kawalan sa atin ang ‘malabnaw’ na posisyon ng CBCP. Mas malaking addition ang Iglesia ni Kristo!

    “The people’s mounting call for Mrs. [Gloria] Arroyo to step down from office is a just cause. We strongly urge all the faithful to support the people’s option,” ayon sa statement na may petsang Pebrero 23 at pirmado ni Most Reve­rend Goforedo J. David, Supreme Bishop ng IFI na nakabase sa Manila.

    ***

    Yehey, 3 cheers to INK!

  134. atty36252 - February 27, 2008 11:25 pm

    Fifty five (55) of the 131 bishops attended the meeting.

    The quorum is 66.

    So does this non-quorum speak for the entire conference?

    Not that it makes any difference to me. Nominal Catholic lang ako.

  135. grizzy - February 27, 2008 11:27 pm

    Kabayan:

    Merong scholar dito noong isang na ang tiyo ay governor sa probinsiya nila. Siya mismo tinanong daw ng tiyo niya dahil civil engineer siya na gumawa ng project proposal para daw aprobahan ng Japan iyong ODA na hinihingi ng mga dorobo. Iyong suggestion daw originally came from the Fatso. Sabi ko bakit may posisyon ba si Fatso sa gobyerno kasi dito sa amin, iyong mga asawa civilian pa rin kahit na asawa sila ng Prime Minister, et al. Hindi puedeng makialam sa palakad ng gobyerno. Apparently, iyong ganid na tabatsoy, lahat gustong pasukan na sa tingin niya ay magkakapera sila.

    In fact, when the dorobos first came to Japan after grabbing the presidency, ang unang-unang panlokong in-announce ni boba ay gagawin niyang OIC ng mga OFW si Tabatsoy para magkaroon siya ng posisyon sa gobyerno at lalong maging malaya silang makakanakaw. Unang-unang umangil ang mga OFWs sa Japan sa totoo lang, pagkatapos sinabayn ng mga OFWs sa HK at iba pa. E dito hindi natuloy, pero by fulay, ang ginawa namang OIC si Kabayad na so far wala pang naitulong na maaalala siya ng mga OFW. I fact, dahil sa kaniya muntik pang mapugutan ng ulo iyong pilipinang DH, si Ranilo, sa Kuwait. Buti na lang nakumbinsi ng mga OFWs around the world na huwag ituloy ang pagbitay sa Pilipina na nang malaman ni Evil Bitch, abaw kunyari nagpunta sa Kuwait para akuhin ang dapat na ipasalamat sa mga OFWs around the world. Galing talagang mag-grab ng glory ng walanghiya, manang-mana doon sa nunong niya si Lucifer.

    Akala mo ba talagang loyal naman ang mga kurakot sa mag-asawang mandarambong? No way! Mabango sa kanila ngayon ang mga dorobo kasi hindi na nga naman nila kailangang magnakaw kundi maghintay na lang sila ng ibabahaging nakaw sa kanila basta ba hindi sila hihirit e. Kilala naman ng mga nasa probinsiya kung sinu-sino ang mga ungas. Problema lang nga mga sundalo at pulis ang private army ng mga ungas at puede silang ipapatay kung magrereklamo sila laban sa kanilang mga local officials.

    In other words, kapag di pa matanggal si Evil Bitch before the next SONA, sana kumilos na iyong mga disgruntled na mga sundalo at suportahan na ng mga taumbayan!

  136. eddfajardo - February 27, 2008 11:29 pm

    The military is like a time bomb. It will explode anytime!!!

  137. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:30 pm

    Lipat ka na sa INC, Chi?

  138. Toney Cuevas - February 27, 2008 11:30 pm

    The sooner we accept the reality, the sooner we can begin to free ourselves from religious hostage. CBCP is politically powerless, they have no say in enforcing the law of the land nor has the capacity to enact laws, there mandate are somewhat confine within the house of the Lord. Therefore, I submit, that the people must not put there hopes on the CBCP to free them from corrupt evil bitch Gloria. The people must realize that it’s them has the sole power of who should rule them, the country, and evil bitch Gloria is just one person. Cut Gloria down, the rest will go as domino.

  139. chi - February 27, 2008 11:32 pm

    NO, Jerz. Pero mahal ko rin ang INC…walang deprensya sa akin ang religion. In fact, Buddhist din ako!

  140. ask12b1 - February 27, 2008 11:33 pm

    Chi, why cheer for INK? Nagsalita na ba ang kampo nila Manalo? We have not heard anything from them. Until this day, I know INK is still pro-Arroyo. INK usually makes a stand together with El Shaddai by issuing joint statement.

  141. ask12b1 - February 27, 2008 11:34 pm

    Chi, mahal mo ang INC kasi Iglesia Ni Chi iyan.

  142. chi - February 27, 2008 11:34 pm

    Oopsss,

    Nalimutan ko, ito nga palang oras ng blogging namin ni Rose ay oras ng Pidal bloggers.

  143. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:38 pm

    We will see that, edd. I hope they will be man enough to finish what they’re going to start. Baka naman, sa teargas lang e, suko na ang mga yan.

  144. chi - February 27, 2008 11:41 pm

    ask12b1,

    Ooppps, sori. tama ka. you know better.

    IFI pala yun! Anyway, cheers pa rin sa INC! At 3 cheers sa Iglesia Filipina Independiente (IFI).

    Religion does not matter, basta sa kapakanan ng bayan…isa tayong lahat!

  145. jerz - February 27, 2008 11:47 pm

    Oh, i see, Iglesia ni Chi? hehe.

  146. chi - February 27, 2008 11:52 pm

    That’s right, jerz!

  147. Ka Enchong - February 27, 2008 11:57 pm

    I’ve never felt the way I am feeling now. I already shaved my beard and my moustache. My face, friends say, looks youthful and glowing. I hope I have a reason for feeling this good. It’s no longer a question of “If”, but “When”.

    Ang bayang malaon nang nahimbing,
    Babalikwas sa sumbat ng dilim.
    Sa sandaling alab ay mapukaw,
    Ang giting, muling aalingawngaw!

    Ang bayang lagi nang sinisikil,
    Pangarap man ay kayang itakwil.
    Lulusong sa laot ng hilahil-
    Mataboy lang ang punong naniil!

  148. juggernaut - February 28, 2008 12:06 am

    edd,
    I really hope it will not come to that and that these issues we are facing right now will be resolved soon.

  149. juggernaut - February 28, 2008 12:09 am

    Yuko,
    Keep your cool. Focus on what really matters, as you have always been doing. I’m proud and honored to be acquainted with you even if its in the internet only. I hope that we can meet in the near future under better circumstances…

  150. jerz - February 28, 2008 12:15 am

    Mainit na ulo ni tongue-twisted. hehe.

  151. cocoy - February 28, 2008 12:17 am

    Tongue;
    Easy ka lang kumpare,tutula pa uli si Pareng Enchong.

  152. Toney Cuevas - February 28, 2008 12:22 am

    Not taking religious faith on anyone, but hoping it will be put in a proper perspective. Faith, is quite very personal in my opinion and CBCP should realize that their meddling in politics has no room in our society. Furthermore, evil bitch Gloria knows no different since she doesn’t believe in the constitution, as she has demonstrated already in the past. She would use anyone that can help her evil cause, no matter what the cost. I still have great expectation on the PEOPLE with mandate to bring peace and order, only after evil bitch Gloria is securedly behind bars. No matter how long it would take, evil bitch Gloria and her family should never be allowed to leave Philippines, and do the Marcoses on the Pilipinos. The Arroyos, all of them must stay in the Philippines to pay for their crimes against the people. The people of the Philippines must make the Arroyos the prime example that corruption will not be tolerated, ever. It’s the only way Pilipinos can begin to clean and rid of all corruptors in our society. Evil bitch must be used to set an example, even putting rope around her neck, if it’s necessary. Evil bitch must pay!

  153. juggernaut - February 28, 2008 12:27 am

    To whom do we give POWER to? To the corrupt officials? to the CBCP? to misguided bloggers? to overly ambitious opportunistic politicians? Give back the POWER to the PEOPLE – PEOPLE POWER!

  154. KapitanKidlat - February 28, 2008 12:27 am

    Just like me, many Filipinos were dismayed with CBCP’s stand not to call on GMA to resign. However, with or without CBCP the on-going protest actions shall continue because there is one potent ingredient that has just evolved, the unified actions of the youth and millions of students all over the country. This unstoppable sleeping giant, has just been awakened– the idealistic youth and energetic students. Nagkakaisa na sila ngayon. Nakita na nila na kapag hindi sila kikilos ngayon, sila rin ang magdurusa sa mga susunod na panahon. Massive corruption has gone to the extreme kung saan ay nalalagay ang kanilang kinabukasan sa alanganin. These students and youth could even draw their parents, friends, and relatives to march on the streets and join massive protest rallies. UP is now united in a call for the president to step down.Other colleges and universities may soon follow. From now on, expect sustained mass actions to seek for truth and justice. If ever, this could even trigger the much needed military participation in the struggle to restore honor and dignity in this country. People power shall never die, it lives in the hearts and minds of those who love their people and their country very much. Kailangan lang na sabayan natin sila sa pagkilos hanggang sa tugatog ng tagumpay.

  155. juggernaut - February 28, 2008 12:31 am

    ask12b1,
    I really hope you won’t blow this irrelevant matter out of proportion. We don’t focus on each other’s inadequacies nor do we compare each others’ level of zealousness. We do on the other hand have more important issues to attend to.

  156. grizzy - February 28, 2008 12:31 am

    Me, too, Jug. I surely would be glad to meet you guys someday soon. It is just that I have resolved that as long as the Evil Bitch sits at Malacanang, I won’t go to the Philippines and spend my dollars/yen there. Makikinabang pa ang animal sa pera ko. No way!

  157. juggernaut - February 28, 2008 12:34 am

    Yuko,
    If and when you do come to the Philippines, treat kita kung saan gusto mong kumain.

  158. cocoy - February 28, 2008 12:38 am

    Magpiprito muna ako ng daing at binilad na tapa ng karneng baka habang inaayos ni Pareng Enchong ang micropono niya para nasa front row seat ako pag siya ay tumula.

  159. jerz - February 28, 2008 12:39 am

    grizzy, won’t you join your countrymen here in staging their protests? Or are you just so brave now because you’re safe there in another country?

  160. chi - February 28, 2008 12:41 am

    atty36252,

    abs-cbnNEWS.com 2/27/2008 10:50:36 PM
    Former Senate president Jovito Salonga on Wednesday filed plunder and graft and corruption charges against President Arroyo before the Office of the Ombudsman.

    ***

    Wala ba talagang pwedeng ibang venue sa ganitong kaso kundi Ombudsman? How will this prosper when MG of Omb is owned by Mike Pidal?

  161. rontoniotrill4 - February 28, 2008 12:41 am

    hwag mawalan ng pag-asa mga kasangga.always remember,lucks come in three’s.so as the PEOPLE POWER.it means,may padating nang pangatlo.malapit na….malapit na.

  162. chi - February 28, 2008 12:43 am

    cocoy,

    Napapansin ko na kapag mainit ay nagluluto ka para sa iyong mga hijos, hahahahah!

  163. KapitanKidlat - February 28, 2008 12:46 am

    Siya nga pala, maganda ang ginagawa ni Jun Lozada ngayon pinupuntahan niya ang mga paaralan at nakikipagugnayan sa mga estudyante. He such a good motivational speaker. Like Paul, when transformed by the Lord, he proclaimed the truth about God’s love, justice, and mercy. He may not be a saint but Jun Lozada decided to stay on the light, now he inspires young people to lead an honest and truthful life for the love God and country.

  164. jerz - February 28, 2008 12:54 am

    Are you sure Jun Lozada is telling the truth?

  165. grizzy - February 28, 2008 1:04 am

    Jug,

    Don’t worry. Hindi ko binabasa ang weirdo na iyan. Pirming nagpapalit ng pangalan and is everywhere. You suspect that he makes this as his vocation because he blogs all the time, and that he is in fact not one but many for they blog 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 30-31 days a month! :-P

    Many years ago, I encountered one of their alter-egos in a Philippine blog where they bloggged in various names and quarreled with their alter egos kaya alam mong may sakit sa ulo! Galit sila sa mga ayaw kay Gloria Dorobo, her husband and their minions. and people there who were critical of the Evil Bitch.

    One of them tried to befriend me, but someone warned me that I was in fact kind of sleeping with the enemy, and true enough, I even got a load of viruses, bugs and worms in my PC. I began to suspect then that he/she was sick in the head as he/she started cyber stalking me realizing maybe that I was poison to the Evil Bitch.

    Fortunately, I am a PC buff and can fix computers so I am not easy to be frightened by any attempt to hack my computer with viruses, worms and bugs. Kunyrari pa raw ang animal na hindi alam na babae ako. Like the amo/mother/whatever, these creeps can be very deceitful.

    Mahirap makipagtalo sa siraulo as a matter of fact. As the Bible says, “Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you.” (Matt. 7: 6)

  166. jerz - February 28, 2008 1:10 am

    Grizzy, cool.

  167. grizzy - February 28, 2008 1:10 am

    Sure, Jug. Gusto ko doon sa restaurant ng mga sundalong sumulat ng “Pulutan.”

  168. Diego K. Guerrero - February 28, 2008 1:13 am

    Re: the threat of most junior officers and unrecognized enlisted men in our AFP to withdraw support from the corrupt Arroyo government is real, REAL!!!

    The ouster of discredited Gloria Arroyo regime may have reached its culminating point. The people can no longer tolerate abusive and corrupt GMA government. The military component without political generals will be the deciding factor. The backbone of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is junior officers and enlisted men and women. It’s time for action. Huwag ng patagalin. Sigaw ng taumbayan: Gloria Arroyo alisin na!

  169. jerz - February 28, 2008 1:14 am

    I just noticed, you yourselves are divided here in ellenville. How can you succeed?

  170. jerz - February 28, 2008 1:16 am

    Mukhang nagkakaligawan na dito ha. Kailan ba ang e.b., juggernaut and grizzy?

  171. jerz - February 28, 2008 1:21 am

    diego guerrero, are you sure these junior officers are ready to withdraw their support from their commander-in-chief? Baka naman, teargas lang, suko na ang mga yan.

  172. Toney Cuevas - February 28, 2008 1:23 am

    “…buti pang gamitin na lang niya ang DILA niya sa pag-brotsa. Masasarapan pa si matronang sakang. Sige, bye !” Such misguided individual, there is much anyone can do to suchlike person but to feel sorry. Furthermore, pag pinatulan, it’ll only drag you down to his/her level.

  173. Toney Cuevas - February 28, 2008 1:26 am

    “Are you sure Jun Lozada is telling the truth?” Is the Pope Catholic? Does majority of the Pilipinos live in the Philippines? Are evil bitch Gloria and Miguel are corrupt?

  174. jerz - February 28, 2008 1:30 am

    You yourselves are divided here in ellenville. How can you succeed?

  175. grizzy - February 28, 2008 1:34 am

    You bet, Tongue, kasasabi mo lang, nag-metamorphose na. Iba na naman ang pangalan. Kulit talaga! Hindi kaya si SiRaulo Gunggonzales iyan, or iyong isang Gunggonzales in charge of the publicity stunt of the Evil Shit, err Evil Bitch pala.

  176. bitchevil - February 28, 2008 1:42 am

    The latest news is that CBCP Head Lagdameo is being ousted for being soft on opposition and pushing for GMA’s resignation. He was recently overpowered by the Mindanao Bishops who are frequent Malacanang visitors. This is the time to show our support to Lagdameo and all Bishops who still care to seek truth and justice. Among them are Iniguez, Cruz, Bacani, Tobias…It’s time to also unmask the corrupt bishops and cardinals. Cardinal Rosales’ niece is Malacanang powerful woman Mel Poblador.

  177. jerz - February 28, 2008 1:43 am

    I just noticed some of you keep on changing your names here. Why?

  178. hateyouGLORIA - February 28, 2008 1:45 am

    The military is like a time bomb. It will explode anytime!!!>> kelan po toh?? im just so excited kc..

  179. jerz - February 28, 2008 1:46 am

    Bitchevil, is it the latest news or the latest rumor?

  180. hateyouGLORIA - February 28, 2008 1:49 am

    yeah..how can we change our names here? mine is so obvious. i might be bombarded with those spywares..though i know the system here in the office is secured :p

  181. jerz - February 28, 2008 1:50 am

    hateyouGLO, sad to say, what you are expecting won’t come true. Wanna bet?

  182. Diego K. Guerrero - February 28, 2008 2:06 am

    Re: are you sure these junior officers are ready to withdraw their support from their commander-in-chief?

    Maghintay ka! Eat your own words.

  183. Zardux - February 28, 2008 3:24 am

    Composite afp units from 2id, 5id and 7id (about 600 personnel all in all) are now consolidating at camp aguinaldo. Esperon’s marching orders: show of force.

    However, afp heirarchy is divided on the issue: to deploy them in the streets or not. Takot silang sumama na lahat sa rally kung lalabas ng GHQ.

  184. happy gilmore - February 28, 2008 3:24 am

    Diego,

    yes. maghihintay kami. balita ko bababa si GMA

    SA 2010 ha ha ha ha

    palpak ang destabilisasyon kasi KULANG SA PONDO. walang pulitiko ang gustong maglabas ng pera kasi tatakbo sila sa 2010. buksan nyo nga mga mata nyo. ano sa tingin nyo, kayang buwagin ng P5M na ibinigay ng simbahan ang gubyerno? hellllooooo.

  185. bitchevil - February 28, 2008 3:35 am

    # jerz Says:

    February 28th, 2008 at 1:46 am

    Bitchevil, is it the latest news or the latest rumor?

    ### News for us who seek for truth and justice, but rumor for you who are with those corrupt officials.

  186. Ellen - February 28, 2008 8:42 am

    hateyouGloria, please just register again.

    Thanks.

  187. KapitanKidlat - February 28, 2008 8:55 am

    Sa mga tumutuligsa at nagdududa kay Jun Lozada kung nagsasabi siya ng tutoo o hindi, ito lang ang aking masasabi. Sa tindi ng mga pagsubok na kanyang pinagdaanan, palagay ko naman ay pinahahalagahan ngayon ni Jun Lozada ang pagkakataong ibinigay sa kanya ng Diyos upang mabuhay ng matapat, marangal at makatutohanan. Having said that, gusto ko ring idagdag na tanging Diyos lamang ang nakakabasa ng tunay na saloobin ni Jun Lozada, at maging sa ating lahat. Ngunit sa nakikita kung katapatang ipinamamalas ngayon ni Jun Lozada na himukin ang bawat isang mamayan na mabuhay sa liwanag ng katotohanan at kabanalan ng Diyos, nasa direksiyon na siya ngayon ng tunay na anyo ng pagbabago. Yes, I agree he has his own struggles right now, but he is no jerk to bend back on the side of evil.Sabi nga ng kaibigan kung Ilokano, “ania ka ulaw” (ano ka hilo)?

  188. cocoy - February 28, 2008 9:22 am

    KapitanKidlat;
    “ania ka ulaw”naulaw kalot,amis!pulayan mo hilay nan bongat arin taw-tawon kay ampakipol kuni Lozada,bumalinta hila rin no maksaw anay agos.

  189. grizzy - February 28, 2008 9:53 am

    Sinabi mo pa Kapt.K. Sabi nga ni Lozada na takot sa Dios (konsensiya ang ginamit niya) at pagmamahal sa bayan ang nagtulak sa kaniya para magsabi na ng totoo. Diyan siya hinangaan ng marami, and hopefully, giving sane and God-fearing Filipinos the inspiration to join the band for better Philippines sans Gloria Dorobo and her accomplices. Konting hinang na lang. Pagputok niyan even with an Act of God, diyan sila mauulaw!

  190. KapitanKidlat - February 28, 2008 10:07 am

    Cocoy and grizzy,

    Ang mga ulaw ay ang mga walang tiwala at nagpaparatang ng masama kay Jun Lozada. Hindi si Jun Lozada dahil nagbago na siya.

  191. cocoy - February 28, 2008 10:12 am

    KapitanKidlat;
    Amo mo ti agsao ng Zambal? salitang Zambal iyang “Ania ka Ulaw”-Amo ko agsao Zambal at Zambaling Bolinao Amis.Pwedi tan mag-ergo.Me-istoryan makakayabi no main kape komedya.Hehehe!

  192. KapitanKidlat - February 28, 2008 10:36 am

    Kabsat a Cocoy,

    Diak ammo ti agsao to Zambal ngem ammok ti agsao ken agsurat iti Iluko wenno Ilokano. No adda panawen mo padasem a sarungkaran diay Iluko.com. Adu dagiti napipintas nga estoria ken salaysay idiay. Mabalin ta ti maki-pagkape ken makiinom ti basi kadagiti nalalaing nga mannurat iti iluko iti tanap ti literatura.

  193. cocoy - February 28, 2008 10:41 am

    kapitanKidlat;
    Hehehe! naimas ti basi ngarud lalo na no ada ti pulutan na pinapaitan.

  194. KapitanKidlat - February 28, 2008 10:43 am

    Para sa mga hindi nakakaintindi ng salitang Iluko o Ilokano, inaanyayahan ko lang si kapatid na Cocoy at mga iba pang marunong magsalita ng Ilokano na bumisita sa Iluko. com kung saan ay may malawak na iluko literature na masusumpongan doon.

  195. cocoy - February 28, 2008 10:50 am

    Kapitan;
    Agbisita ako idyay sa balay ni Cosming Iluko tano ada ko namabasa na mabibista ti storya kin kansion.

  196. Ka Enchong - February 28, 2008 1:54 pm

    You yourselves are divided here in ellenville. How can you succeed?

    Last time I checked, this is a forum, not an advocacy group. Some details may be divisive, but that’s a given in any forum. What unites most of us here is our common quest for a better Philippines- a Philippines where decency and values are upheld and practiced by those who govern.

  197. Ka Enchong - February 28, 2008 2:00 pm

    Pareng Cocoy,

    Kadalasan, ang tawag ng panulat ay umaalingawngaw sa gubat ng karimlan. Ang kasalukuyang pighati ng sambayanan ay nababalot na ng karimlang nag-uumalpas. Walang ibang hahantungan ang ganitong uri ng dilim kundi ang muling pagsilip ng kislap na magluluwal sa atin sa umagang malaon na nating pinapangarap.

    Ayokong tumula sa mikropono, baka madiscover ako ng DWRR, gawin pa akong DJ, hehehe.

  198. Reyna Elena - February 28, 2008 2:11 pm

    GLORIA RESIGN at eto eh hindi charing. Kumusta po kayong lahat sa Ellenville?

  199. askl2bl - February 28, 2008 9:50 pm

    # jerz Says:

    February 28th, 2008 at 12:15 am

    Mainit na ulo ni tongue-twisted. hehe.

    —-Hindi naman mainit ang ulo niya. Napaso lang ang dila niya sa pag-inom ng mainit na kape.

  200. askl2bl - February 28, 2008 9:58 pm

    # jerz Says:

    February 28th, 2008 at 1:14 am

    I just noticed, you yourselves are divided here in ellenville. How can you succeed?

    —-Hindi kami divided dito. Iilan lang ang naghahari at pinagtutulungan ang nakaaway ng isa kahit kasama dito. Basahin mo ang mga maiingay dito at madali naman malaman kung sinu-sino ang tumitira ng kapwa. If there’s a Mafia or Mob in Malacanang, there’s also a Mafia and Mob here in Ellenville. Galawin mo ang isa, lalabanan ka ng mga kasama.
    Untouchables ang mga iyan. How many decent members have left either due to disappointment or being accused of members of so called Luli Brigade that doesn’t really exist.
    Kalabanin mo ang matronang sakang na iyan o kahit na kaunting kontra sa kanyang opinion, sasabihin agad na nanggugulo ka na dito. Tulad ng mga criminal sa Malacanang, this blog should be overhauled. Sayang ang napakaraming umalis o napaalis na marami naman naibibigay na contribution.

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