Chavit Singson named deputy national security adviser

Update from ABS-CBN news: Chavit hits back at critics. “They’re just jealous. If they want the position, then it’s theirs. If they can help, the job is theirs. But if they will only add up to the troubles of our nation, then they should get out of the country,” Singson told a radio dzMM interview, adding that those who are speaking against his appointment were just jealous of it.

By Michael Lim Ubac
Philippine Daily Inquirer

After a yearlong absence from the political scene, former Ilocos Sur Gov. Luis “Chavit” Singson is back in the corridors of power.

President Macapagal-Arroyo has tapped Singson as deputy National Security Adviser (NSA) under Secretary Norberto Gonzales, a Malacañang official told the Philippine Daily Inquirer Friday night.

The official, who asked not to be identified because he was not authorized to make the announcement, said the appointment of Singson was signed by Ms Arroyo this week and would be announced on Monday by Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita.

The post of deputy NSA was vacated by retired Army Lt. Gen. Pedro Cabuay, who was moved to the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency effective Aug. 31.

Cabuay replaced fellow retired Gen. Cesar Garcia who resigned due to health reasons.

Together again

According to the Malacañang official, Singson’s appointment does not mean that Gonzales has lost the confidence of Ms Arroyo owing to the collapse of peace talks with the secessionist Moro rebels.

Singson’s re-entry to Malacañang closely followed the appointment to positions of power of three other of his colleagues who, like, him lost in the 2007 senatorial elections when they ran under Ms Arroyo’s Team Unity ticket.

In July, Ms Arroyo named former Sen. Vicente Sotto III as the new head of the Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB).

Weeks later, former Sen. Ralph Recto was appointed socioeconomic planning secretary and director general of the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda).

Recently, another Singson friend, former Surigao del Sur Rep. Prospero Pichay, was named acting chair of the Local Water Utilities Administration.

Undying gratitude

A businessman, Singson has had a colorful political career spanning three decades.

As a government official, he became kingpin of Ilocos Sur.

In 2000, he won Ms Arroyo’s undying political gratitude when he turned against his friend, then President Joseph Estrada, and told the nation how Estrada had amassed hundreds of millions from the illegal jueteng numbers game.

Singson’s damaging expose triggered Estrada’s impeachment trial, which led to his ouster in the 2001 Edsa II popular revolution that catapulted then Vice President Arroyo to the presidency.

Convicted of corruption by the Sandiganbayan, the 70-year-old Estrada was later granted pardon by Ms Arroyo.

Singson resented the pardon for Estrada, and even threatened at one point to leave the administration camp.

Singson said in several interviews that he felt he had been “used” as a political pawn.

“If you set him free, why did we file charges against him in the first place?” he had said.

This prompted Ermita to say that an ally like Singson was someone the Palace “cannot afford to lose.”

September 6, 2008 11:41 pm  Tags: ,   Posted in: Politics

125 Responses

  1. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 12:11 am

    It pays to be loyal to the Evil Bitch. She learned more than what she should learn from the late Marcos who also rewarded his friends with juicy government posts during his time. But there’s a difference between the two: While many of Marcos’ friends and appointees were qualified, this evil woman’s only criteria is loyalty to her. What’s Singson’s credential? Other than being Governor of his Province who did nothing but to enrich himself and eliminate his political opponents, he has no experience in National Security. Let’s not forget that National Security is among the most sensitive and powerful agencies. As adviser, Singson can come up with some imagined accusations against his personal enemies and then eliminate them without a clue.
    He’s good at that. With all his crimes, he has not been convicted of any of these. One who occupies such a sensitive post must have a clean background, without tainted and tarnished record. Singson was involved in big time jueteng scandals that led to the ouster of Erap. Singson got free only because he stood as state witness against Erap. But, that does not absolve him of his crimes. Now, the Evil Bitch has appointed him in that position. Damn!

  2. AdeBrux - September 7, 2008 12:26 am


    This can’t be true! Has Gloria become senile?

    I’m simply speechless!

  3. AdeBrux - September 7, 2008 12:28 am

    Re: “A businessman, Singson has had a colorful political career spanning three decades.”

    A colourful career? He’s got a checkered red, green and yellow stripes on top of it.

    This is pushing Filipinos to the wall.


  4. BOB - September 7, 2008 12:34 am

    Diyos ko naman, Talagang malaki ang galit ni Glueria sa Pilipinas..talagang gusto niyang bumagsak ang pilipinas….Wala na bang natitirang Pilipinong may talino (maski na konti lang ..) at si Chavit ang inilagay niya sa isang sensitibong pwesto…diyos kopo,…diyos ko po ! pasensiyan ka na Chavit pero sa tutoo lang alam mong di ka qualified sa posisyon kaya lang talagang sakim ka sa kapangyarihan kaya tinanggap mo ang pwesto…maski na anong pwesto di ka qualified itanong mo sa mga pamilya nang tao mong pinapatay….

  5. BOB - September 7, 2008 12:37 am

    Susunod na ipupwesto ng Pekeng Presidente ay si Bong Pineda sa PAGCOR,!

  6. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 12:51 am

    And maybe Manny Pacquiao as Sports Commissioner. Singson’s first day of agenda in office is to retaliate against his enemies. Watch out, Erap!

  7. Chabeli - September 7, 2008 1:33 am

    Haaaahahahaaaaaaa ! Gloria is scrapping bottom. Only LOSERS join her cabinet..then again, who in his sane mind would even want to be associated with a midget & a swine ?

  8. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 1:39 am

    Crime Lord Chavit Singson has this to say about his appointment: Unlike other appointees, he did not ask for it. Also, he used to be the Chief of Police in Vigan, so he’s qualified for the position. Ha, ha, ha…go to hell !

  9. grizzy - September 7, 2008 3:52 am

    Kawawang bansa! Has the country gone so lacking not just in material wealth but also in talents that a criminal lord be assigned to head the agency for national security. But then, look, as the old adage says, “Birds of the same feather, flock together.” In short, pare-pareho lang namang mga kriminal.

    Kasalalan ng mga taumbayan na pumapayag na ginungunggong sila noong mga kriminal na namamamahala sa bansa nila ngayon.

    My condolence to all Filipinos!

  10. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 3:58 am

    “And I would that I could persuade all ye ends of the earth to repent and prepare to stand before the judgment-seat of Christ”. Final Day of Judgment awaits these crooks and criminals.

  11. Etnad - September 7, 2008 3:59 am

    Saan naman kaya ipupuwesto si Cesar Montano?

  12. grizzy - September 7, 2008 4:00 am

    The Midget is definitely just making sure that her protectors are kept happy and contented apparently. Thus, the appointments that should actually merit strong protests from sane and patriotic Filipinos. Nakakangitngit talaga.

    BTW, Ellen, someone has been trying to distribute a trojan via this blog, I guess. I’ve been getting warnings every time I get to this blog since yesterday. I’m protected but it surely can be annoying getting those warnings.

  13. Etnad - September 7, 2008 4:02 am

    Wala na talaga tuluyan ng sisirain ni Glorya ang ating Bansa. Ingat na lang kayo diyan sa atin. Nagwawala na ang Bruha!!!!!!!!!

  14. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 5:24 am

    Etnad, Cesar Montano might be appointed to MTRBC Board after his “Singing Bee” program just concluded. Or the Bitch might give him money to produce action or comedy movies.

    The danger lies on GMA’s evil character. Unlike Marcos and Erap who had no heart to hurt and kill the people despite their tough images, this Gloria will not think twice to shoot and kill if her throne is threatened.

  15. Valdemar - September 7, 2008 6:08 am

    It takes a thief…

  16. Rose - September 7, 2008 6:29 am

    With Chavit as National Security adviser…secured na ang buhay ng mga Pidals..and chavit’s song is Happy Days are here Again…

    Val: it takes a catch a thief? yon ang kasabihan pero .parang it takes a thief to protect a thief..

    Hawak talaga ni Gloria ang Filipinas and it seems that there is nothing anyone can do..parang ok lang ang mga ginagawa niya..Malungkot!

  17. Cocoy's Delight - September 7, 2008 6:34 am

    Wala tayong magagawa kung makapwesto ang mga talunan sa gobyerno,Si Pichay ginawang water boy.Si pandak ang bangkera.Ayaw kasing kumilos ng sambayanang Pilipino para ipaglaban ang kanilang karapatan.Okey lang sa kanila kahit na nadaya na sila.Maghintay na lang tayo.Weder-weder lang naman iyan.

  18. Renato Pacifico - September 7, 2008 7:19 am

    why are you people against gma when it’s not proven she corrupted?

    is this the kind of rule-of-law we wanted? hey, ya’ll, all your informations are coming from pekeng-periodistas and pekeng-periodiko ….

    if it’s really true that gma corrupted she could have been booted out long time ago.

    so, let’s choose, rule-of-law or gossips, intrigue and unvetted news from pekeng-periodistas!!!

    we, filipinos, are doooooooomed!

  19. Renato Pacifico - September 7, 2008 7:24 am

    In Amerika and intelligent developed world outside of the Philippines, rookie cops wouldn’t even divulge the name of the victim, how the victim died, weapons of crime, when the victim died etcetera . rookie cops only tell the journalists that someone died in this address …

    But in the intelligent Philippines, our ivy-league-foreign-educated Senate clowns in their invistigation of ZTE did an open hearing … so GMA already knows what was in the offing. These Senate clowns telegraphed what they found out and GMA was ready for air-tight rebuttal.

    And the pekeng-periodistas happily, out of their ignorance and naivete, published the findings.

    How dumb!!!!

    Amerikas rookie cops are much more intelligent than the Senate clowns. If Senate Clowns are looked up by Filipinos as intelligent I just wonder how much IQs the mass of filipinos have?

    We could have nailed GMA but stupid invistigadores Senate Clowns are so dumb and stupid!!!!!

  20. Renato Pacifico - September 7, 2008 7:28 am

    If Joey de Venenta is true to form that he’s a CEO this and that, instead of going to pekeng-periodistas on ZTE, he should have gone to FBI-Academy-trained-NBI-Agent-cum-lawyers so he can be wired.

    If he did that this ZtE thing could have been over long time ago.

    Since, Joey de Venenta is a Filipino, therefore, his analytical skills is so less than 10% that he fakkked up the whole thing from the very start….

    It has gone down to mere hearsay …

    ha!ha!ha!ha! filipinos you just don’t stop to amaze me!!!!!

    keep it up filipinos so forex weaken and be laughing all the way to the bank … while you punk still talking about it …..

  21. Toney Cuevas - September 7, 2008 7:48 am

    Again, whore Gloria screwed the people big time and dsplayed her incompetency once more. The appointment is nothing but a political pay back. A pay back for when Singson the liar lied during the trial of Erap. No one should be surprised that the whore appointed a known liar to join her. They deserve each other, and/or maybe is more to it than we know, about the whore and Singson. Moreover, the whore couldn’t careless about the future of the Philippines, the whore never did which is why the Philippines is where is at, down the sewer. Anyway, Singson will triple his private wealth once he gets hold of the Department’s budget. You can take that to the bank, it’s the norm.

  22. Cocoy's Delight - September 7, 2008 8:24 am

    Why are you people against GMA when it’s not proven she corrupted?

    Well part of the reason Renato Pacifico is that GMA should not have been in office in the first place because FPJ rightfully won.GMA won because of cheating.If you hear the tape of Garci–”Iyung dagdag,iyung dagdaga”. The other reason the congress could not impeach her,because Lozano and Pulido filed a weak impeachment case.

    Why do you care if you don’t know why people hate GMA? I think that if you had any clue in what’s going on with government, and the concern in the running of our country,the war in Mindanao,the ZTE with 200 tongpats and a long list to mention, you would understand why people hate your president. And since obviously you don’t know why people hate her,then you almost shouldn’t even ask this question. Also, I do not know what side your on, but GMA is selling our country to the Chinese.I just hope our country don’t end-up in the “Philippines Republic of China” on your return address if you mail a correspondence to a friend in another country.

    So,what RULE-OF-LAW or GOSSIPS, INTRIGUE AND UNVETTED NEWS from pekeng-periodistas!!!You choose? This crap has gone on long enough.I’m overly glad that her term in office is running out. And now I will leave you with this question:–
    —–What things do you believe in?

  23. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 8:27 am

    Renato Pacifico…what a nice screen name. Please say hello to your buddies in Malacanang.

  24. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 8:38 am

    Malacañang on Sunday invoked presidential prerogative in seeking to quell the controversy brought by the appointment of yet another defeated senatorial candidate to a key government position.

    …First, it was executive privilege, now it’s presidential prerogative. What’s next?

  25. prans - September 7, 2008 8:49 am

    07 September 2008

    You know, what bitchevil, whatever they invoked, it still stinks that even the dead will rose from their grave yards because they can’t stand the smell of it.

    So people don’t get surprised, a stupid wanna be girl is appointing another wanna be boy. What do you get from that??? STINKINESS!!!!!!

    They are all MORONS!!!!!!!


  26. Valdemar - September 7, 2008 8:52 am

    BTW, who is not enjoying now here in the Philippines? Shouldn’t we enjoy the legacy of that smart aleck who did not choose heaven raining with honey…
    Imagine we can criticize everyone with no holds barred.Even the world talk about us as the most corrupt.. do they have evidences? conviction processes? or the world s a bunch of tongue waggers.

  27. Etnad - September 7, 2008 9:21 am

    RPacifico says “In Amerika and intelligent developed world outside of the Philippines, ROOKIE COPS wouldn’t even divulge the name of the victim, how the victim died, weapons of crime, when the victim died etcetera …. ROOKIE COPS only tell the journalists that someone died in this address”.
    Matanong ko lang po kayo Gng. Pacifico, Saang parte kayo ng Amerika nakatira? Mukhang mali yata ang pinagsasabi niyo. Malayong malayo ang Amerika sa atin pagdating sa ganyan. Dito iginagalang ang mga Police dahil sila ay talagang kagalang galang. Hindi gaya ni Razon, General ng mga Police na naturingan … kagalang-galang po ba siya? Imulat mo ang iyong mga mata Renato. Huwag ka ng magbulag-bulagan.

  28. Valdemar - September 7, 2008 9:28 am

    Now I want to be a part of the administration. I can invoke my executive privelege everytime my wife takes on me.

  29. Rose - September 7, 2008 10:02 am

    Renato: what part of the Pacific Island did you come from? In the deep ocean of the Pacific? I am just curious…

    Maiba ako..hindi ba #1 si Chavit noong election sa Maguindanao? Bakit hindi niya puntahan ang mga constituents niya na bumoto sa kanya at alamin kung ano ang problema at kung papaano ma resolva ang mga problema. Isama niya si Oh my Gal so very..the two of them would make a good pair..or a good target?

  30. Rose - September 7, 2008 10:13 am

    Renato: “peking periodista? ” Hindi ba si Gloria Macapagal Arroyo ay “peking pangulo”? Hindi bale malapit na siyang gawing “Peking Duck” gaya hayaan mo na lang ang mga quack, quack! But are you for real?..or baka peking duckling ka rin or peking piglet? I am just curious…

    Cocoy/Tongue: Sa resto ninyo mayroon ba kayong Peking Duck ala Gloria..yong pressed and crispy as in balat na lechon? or crispy pata..crispy pato..

  31. Golberg - September 7, 2008 10:15 am

    May bago na namang tsismoso sa Malacañang. Yung immediate superior niya eh, #1 na tsismoso sa Pilipinas. Ano kayang tsismis ang iluluto ng dalawang kumag na ito?

  32. Rose - September 7, 2008 10:22 am

    Para sa akin putot is corrupt as corrupt could be beyond any reasonable doubt! Malinis siya gaya ni Pontius Pilato because there are people like Neri,Agnes,Esperon at marami pa who would take the blame..greater love than that only they have to protect their peking duck… ang sarapsampalin maglaro na tayo ng sipa..siya ang puck at tayo ang sisipa..Game na ba kayo?

  33. florry - September 7, 2008 12:12 pm

    It’s the height of absurdity and insanity. Oh yeah maybe Aling Gloria has gone insane in making the appointment, but she was just living up to her notoriety in appointing people as payback for her political debts never mind if they are qualified or competent enough to do the job. And that’s the one thing that you can’t take away from her; blind loyalty and endless gratitude to those concern.

    After the appointments of the other election losers, a chavit appointment is expected to follow. In fact it’s already a little late in coming. But putting him as a deputy national security adviser is shocking. The man has more color than the face of a clown. How can a man who is known as a kingpin, jueteng lord, a criminal be appointed as a security adviser? How can a man with more record against the government serves under the same government? Where in this world can we find this stranger than fiction happenings? Only in the Philippines!

  34. jojovelas2005 - September 7, 2008 1:23 pm

    Nalilito na ako talaga…retired generals are appointed to gov’t agencies na wala naman silang expertise (i.e DOE) then a civilian like Chavit is appointed naman sa national security kung tutuusin dapat sa mga retired generals..baliktad na yata ang mundo. Buti na lang busy si Cesar Montano sa hosting ng Singing bee siya na lang kasing walang appointment.

  35. kabute - September 7, 2008 1:40 pm

    Just read in a stramer in Camarines Sur – “PGMA Padangat kan Bicol by LRay Villafuerte and the Provincial Govt.” The Bicol word “Padangat” means mahal na mahal, much love or favorite. Strange, the Bicolanos I’ve met wants to puke whenever they hear gloria’s name. She attended the birthday celebration of his son Dato in Libmanan, Camarines Sur and then proceded to Iriga City to inaugurate some project and supposedly left behind promises worth P3 billion. Enough to satisfy her loyalist trapos of Bicol till 2010 for them to milk and steal from. Bicolanos see it as a waste of taxpayers money, the cost of the visit of gloria. Then you learn that she appointed senate loser chavit singson as deputy national security adviser. As expected Filipinos are quite and seems to accept this abuse like masochist. A travesty and tragedy.

  36. juggernaut - September 7, 2008 1:45 pm

    We are witness to the dawning of a new age…Where the will of the people is subverted and shoved in our faces like feces. We see people resoundly rejected by the people being placed in sensitive positions, the likes of Recto, Chavit, Pichay et al – are laughing at us all the way to the bank (Swiss or Cayman Islands).

  37. Cocoy's Delight - September 7, 2008 1:51 pm

    Tinatanong ako ng mga anak ko bakit daw ako umalis ng Pilipinas.—Ipinost ko ang sagot ko sa kanila–

    Coming to America

  38. kabute - September 7, 2008 2:07 pm

    An old friend commented:

    “We Filipinos are being punished and made to suffer PGMA and her loyalist. We have squandered the opportunities given to us to uplift our lot. We have still long to suffer with the current crop of trapos”.

    I fear this to be true. Almost all congressmen and senators are of the traditional politician mold. Even newly retired generals and officers of the military are molded as trapos. They expect to be appointed to civilian postings as reward for loyal services to the whims and caprices of the likes of PGMA.

  39. PSB - September 7, 2008 4:10 pm

    Tuloy ang ligaya ni Sabit Swingson. Now he can guard all his gambling operations from Batanes to Jolo and have all the “kabits” along the way. Masuwerte talaga itong hoodlum na ito! Only in the Philippines are the known crooks given the recognition and the straight guys like Sen Trillianes, Gen Lim, Col Querubin in jail. What an injustice indeed!

  40. Philman - September 7, 2008 4:13 pm

    So, what else is new in our country? We already have a housewife, a general, and an actor as head of state and government.

    Now, RP has an actor as the anti-drugs czar.
    A gambling lord was almost governor of Pampanga.
    Now, a jueteng lord as deputy intellignece chief.

    You see, it doesn’t take much smarts to run a country to the ground. All you need are lords of something.

  41. PSB - September 7, 2008 4:41 pm

    Sabit wants to solve the problem in Mindanao. Wow! Asspweron and Sabit combo? I can almost see Mindanao sold out to the highest bidder! These two cheats and liars just can not be trusted!

  42. PSB - September 7, 2008 4:42 pm

    Ang malas naman ng mga tiga Mindanao. Dalawang pinaka-crook ang authors ng “peace talks”. What a tragedy, indeed!

  43. grizzy - September 7, 2008 5:52 pm

    Ukininam, Singson! Bakit kami maiinggit sa iyo e siguradong sa impierno ang punta mo sa dami ng mga pilipino at kababayan mong ipinapatay mo? Ulol!

    Here’s a good quote: Good men will never lack good laws nor allow bad ones: – William Penn in 1681, America, Character Counts

    Apparently, the Philippines under the leadership of a criminal is lacking of real good men who have made mockery of law and justice. Kawawang bansa!

  44. grizzy - September 7, 2008 5:58 pm

    Susmaryosep naman iyong nagtanong kung bakit galit na galit tayo kay Gloria Dorobo. Para siyang nagtanong kung bakit ayaw natin ang demonyo! Dahil ayaw nating mapunta sa impierno!!! Simple lang naman ang sagot!

  45. SULBATZ - September 7, 2008 6:44 pm

    Ng malaman ng mga tropa ko na Dpty National Security Adviser na si SAbit Singson…..

    Ito ang reaction nila>>>>Bwahahahahahahahahahahaha
    Then sigaw ng>>>>>PAKENSYEEEETTTTT!!!!!!

    Sabay nag-sorry sakin kasi ginamit nila yung PAKENSYET ko.

  46. SULBATZ - September 7, 2008 6:51 pm

    We now have a government that is being run by a criminal syndicate. Ito ang mga dapat na nakakulong at itapon sa dagat pacifico ang susi.

  47. Anne Nicole - September 7, 2008 8:07 pm

    Bakit puro po yata Retired General nalang ang mga naririnig kong nakaupo sa mga pwesto sa gobyerno?mag mula po ng umupo sa malacanang si GMA dun lang naman nag simula ito Dati naman po ay hindi ganyan. Halatang halata na kailangan ng proteksyon ng malacanang. Pinapa sweldo po ito ng taong bayan wla naman tayong nakikitang mga na accomplish nila. sayang ang pera! hindi naman interest ng bayan ang iniingatan nila kundi sariling interes lang nila.Hindi po ba pwedeng gumawa ng batas na ipagbawal ang mga ex military man na pumuwesto sa gobyerno o kaya ang PMA ay gumawa ng batas na pagkatapos manungkulan bilang isang sundalo ay hindi na papasok pa sa anumang government office. Alam ko po na hindi lahat ng Military men ay kagaya ng mga naka pwesto ngayon kaya lang NAKAKA SUYA NA KASI SILA SILA NALANG PALAGI!

  48. mingkay - September 7, 2008 9:05 pm

    Im looking forward for Sabit Singson to step his feet in the Land of Promise “Mindanao”.Was wondering whats his first move towards peace and order in my hometown.Hmmmmm….. baka encourage nalang niya ang bawat isang magtong-itssss para makalimutan ang gyera.
    Kailan pa kaya magkaisa ang mga Pilipino na sabihing ” Tama na ang pang-aabuso sa bayan”?

  49. eddfajardo - September 7, 2008 9:41 pm

    Diyos mio perdon, por dios espirutu santo, wala na ba ibang tao sa Pilipinas para pagkatiwalaan ni Gloria liban sa mga talunan niyang manok katulad ni Chavit? Sobra na itong pag-aabuso at paglalapastangan sa taumbayan na every now and then she will appoint a social and political reject to occupy a sensitive position in her government. Look at M. Lapid, Esperon, Neri, Recto, Pichay and now, the most corrupt politician from the North, Chavit Singson – puro accommodation lang talaga ito. One has to see how they performed. Si Esperon for example, dahil sa ignorance of the MOA and the concepts of negotiations, muntik na tayo magkahati-hati. Itong si Recto, dahil sa VAT patuloy ang hirap ng Pilipino. Itong si Neri, patuloy ang duda ng tao sa kanya dahil sa pagtago ng evidensiya. Itong si Mark Lapid, nasaan ang proceeds na kinolekta sa lahar sa buong taon ikaw ay gobernador sa Pampanga? Ikaw naman Pichay, saan ka kumuha ng ginastos mong milyong milyon sa pagkandidato mo at pagkatalo sa pagka senador noong 2006? Remember, may araw din kayo para husgahan ng tao!!!

  50. grizzy - September 7, 2008 9:53 pm

    Sa tanong mo, Anne Nicole, kung bakit puro retired general ang mga nakaupo sa puwesto ngayon sa administration, iyon ay dahil sa sila rin naman ang naglagay kay Gloria Dorobo sa puwesto para maging general sila.

    Kunyari lang iyong mga “Yes, ma’m” nila. Para lang naman iyan na “You wipe my puwit, I’ll wipe yours.” Pero huwag silang katitiyak kay Gloria Dugong Aso. Lalabas at lalabas din ang tunay na dugo niyan.

    In other words, tetreyduran sila niyan at magtetreyduran silang lahat. Magkakalahi nga ang mga ungas.

    Kawawang bansa!

  51. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 9:58 pm

    Anne, why those retired Generals appointed in civilian agencies? To keep their mouth shut. To lock their balls. And do you know why FVR is untouchable? Gloria never hits back even if he keeps attacking her? Many of his Generals are in her government, to name a few: Ermita, Mendoza, Lastimosa.

  52. grizzy - September 7, 2008 10:00 pm

    Eddfajardo, kaya nga kawawa na ang bansang sinilangan. Parang puro inutil na lang ang natira. Puro yabang lang ang mga hinayupak sa totoo lang. Tignan mo na lang ang linya ng mga appointee ni Gloria Mandurugas. Kapwa mandurugas din niya ang ina-appoint niya. Marami na kasing umalis dahil no pag-asa daw sila.

    Hopefully, iyong kaklase kong si Orly Mercado, hindi tatanggapin ang kahit na anong position na ialok ni Gloria Dorobo dahil kundi lalabas din siyang isa pang inutil at puro yabang lang.

  53. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 10:02 pm

    FYI, Orly Mercado is now RP Ambassador to China.

  54. grizzy - September 7, 2008 10:15 pm


    The ambassador to China is still that lady ambassador, Sonia Cataumber Brady. Orly, apparently, has not accepted the position. I hope he won’t. maganda naman ang trabaho niya sa Japan as a matter of fact. Marangal pa.

  55. Chabeli - September 7, 2008 10:19 pm

    If I may quote a portion of Mr William M Esposo’s (Sunday, September 7, 2008), AS I WRECK THIS CHAIR column (“Resurrection, in more ways than one”):

    “What poppycock! What humbug! What did we ever do collectively in our past lives to deserve these representatives!

    Most of us wanted a perceived illegitimate ruler impeached. Did these congressmen even listen to us at all? NO, all they flaunted to our faces is that they have the numbers. Survey after survey, the majority expressed their desire for an impeachment process to settle the raging issue of the stolen 2004 presidential election. And these jackals have the gall and the temerity to boast to us that they have the numbers — that this is a numbers game!

    Just what are the cretins going to consult us for? So they can add insult to injury?! Is that it?

    Listen Speaker Prospero Nograles and your ilk. Your gift bag days in Malacañang are soon going to be over. The judgment of the people will soon be upon you. Do not tempt the fates. Everything has a breaking point. You may not want to be around when this nation decides that finally, enough is enough. You delude yourselves when you think that the people who taught the world the finer lessons of People Power have altogether forgotten the reasons of its success with that formula.

    The country is at war, whether we like to admit it or not. There are superpowers that will fuel that war in Mindanao. Wars have a way of making the under control uncontrollable.

    The equation has been altered beyond what you can control or even hope to influence. This is not the time to play dangerous games. This is not the time to be stupid. This is the time to rise above yourselves.”

  56. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 10:25 pm

    Thanks grizzy, but I think Orly has already accepted it as reported. I know of someone, former Congressman Harry Angping, who is also appointed as Special Envoy to China.

  57. Anne Nicole - September 7, 2008 10:29 pm

    Nakaka lungkot po talaga ang nangyayari sa ating bayan para bang naubusan na tayo ng mga magagaling at may integridad na mga namumuno. may moral rights po ba si Mr.Singson na maging deputy national security adviser? Wala! alam na alam po ito ng buong Pilipinas pero mukhang si GMA po ay hindi ito alam .kaya in-appoint nya pa rin si singson… o nag mamaang maangan na naman sya. lagi nalang lumulusot sa lahat ng gusot na sya rin ang gumawa. Wag po nating bibitiwan sa panalangin ang ating bansa, ito na lamang po ang natitira nating armas para labanan ang kalikuan sa ating gobyerno.

  58. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 10:31 pm

    Anne, Singson will be performing intelligence work. Imagine, a criminal handling intelligence work.

  59. Anne Nicole - September 7, 2008 11:17 pm

    Sana mag iba ang ihip ng hangin. patunayan ni singson na mali ang kanyang mga detractors. patunayan nyang karapat-dapat sya sa bago nyang pwesto sa pamamagitan ng pag gawa ng tama para sa kapakanan ng nakararami at hindi lamang ng iilan. Naniniwala akong may pag asa namang mag bago ang dating masama at maging mabuti.

  60. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 11:33 pm

    Anne, don’t expect a devil to do good things. Singson has an evil record in his Province. Today, he’s still among the biggest operators of jueteng and other illegal businesses using his relatives as his dummies. Now that he’s the Deputy National Security Adviser, his illegal businesses will grow and expand. He will focus his intelligence work on his enemies, the opposition and those who are against the current government. Expect further arrests, kidnappings and killings.

  61. SULBATZ - September 7, 2008 11:34 pm

    Singson claims he’ll end hostilities in Mindanao (Tribune)

    Hey, hey, hey!!!! Di pa nag-uumpisa to si Singson sa trabaho nya eh mukhang di na nya alam kung ano talaga ang job description ng isang Deputy National Security Adviser.

    Dear Mr Singson,

    In case you do not know your job, allow me to help you a little bit of what i know about being a Deputy National Security Adviser.

    First and foremost, your job is NOT to end the hostilities in Mindanao. Neither is it your job to be a peace negotiator, unless you are appointed as such in concurrent capacity. Definitely, you wouldn’t want to get the ire of Mr Esperon if you start taking on the role of a peace process adviser, as well.

    Mr Singson, being a DNSA does NOT allow you to have a myopic view (Mindanao conflict) of the national security situation. In fact, it calls for a wider background of knowledge not limited to the MILF. Security threats does not only come from within, but also from without. You might even find yourself advising the President (ninakaw na pwesto) that some of her actions, if not most or all, are actually threats to national security. Would you be comfortable doing that Mr Singson?

    But before you get too excited Mr Singson, remember that you are ONLY THE DEPUTY. There is another person higher in position than you. And being the Deputy, you only function once ordered or deputized to do a specific work or job. Unless that happens, you have nothing to do actually, Mr Singson, except to bite your nails in your office while planning your next criminal activities in the principal job you are familiar with that is based in Ilocos.

    If I were you Mr Singson, make good your threat to resign even before you even assume that position of DNSA.

    God Save the Philippines!!!!

  62. bitchevil - September 7, 2008 11:42 pm

    Singson may be a Deputy, but I bet you he will push his weight around and behave like he’s the boss. Singson doesn’t know his job description. The Evil Bitch placed him there to make him happy since there’s no other position for him. She cannot place him at Pagcor or Phil. Charity Sweepstakes where he’s more familiar with being a gambling lord himself. He accepted the position to protect his illegal business and go after his political and personal enemies.

  63. bitchevil - September 8, 2008 12:05 am

    Another pay back?

    A nephew of pro-administration Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago has bagged a deal to operate the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) golf course, Northern Samar Rep. Emil Ong revealed yesterday.

    Ong said SBMA Chairman Feliciano Salonga and Administrator Armand Arreza have awarded the contract to run the golf course and its facilities to Benjamin John Defensor III, son of retired Gen. Benjamin Defensor, former Air Force and Armed Forces chief.

    He said the award is anomalous since the previous lessees, who are Taiwanese investors, have pending court cases against Salonga and Arreza arising from their eviction for non-payment of rentals.

  64. Rose - September 8, 2008 12:11 am

    Anne Nicole: ang mga mahuhusay na tao gaya nila Miranda, Querubin, Lim, Trillanes, etc. ay kinulong kaya ganyan..ang nagpalibot kay putot ay sila Singson, Neri, led by Esperon..malungkot talaga..
    laro tayo ng putot ang puck at tayo sisipa..ang bets ay. sampal sa punching bag na may larawan ng peking kayo?

  65. zen2 - September 8, 2008 12:21 am

    there is respectability in the ways of the underworld, this, is basically the message of Chavit Singson’s reported appointment to NSA’s second-highest post.

    the appointee, is widely-remembered as a self-acknowledged racketeer/operator and protector of illegal numbers-game called jueteng, and of casinos.

    Gloria, as the appointing party, in a stunningly shameless act, oblivious to morals and social repercussions, shows her willingness to devolve governance further to callously low-levels, and creates a depressingly new meaning of blending thuggery in government service.

    all in exchange for her continued stay in office.

    the illegal-gambling underworld families must be clinking their glasses right now at the news, for they have found not only an ally, but ONE of their own in the highest security levels of government officialdom.

    how the Commission on Appointments will play, and justify Gloria’s ghastly latest act, is no longer a concern. they are expected to say, Amen, anyway.

    am interested though, to what the CBCP (umm, the Philippines lowly, if not, rough equivalent of Iran’s mullahs) will have to say.

  66. grizzy - September 8, 2008 12:24 am

    The overseas Filipinos succeeded apparaently in convincing the Tapalani not to assign Pichay as OWWA director. Sana gayan din kalakas ang mga iba pang pilipino na harangin ang appointment ni Singson. Iyong mga taga-Mindanao ang apektado. Sila ang dapat na gawin iyan. Bakit ba sila makikinig doon sa kriminal na sinasabing inggit lang ang humahalang sa appointment. Lalong kawawa ang mga pilipino pag napaupo ang ungas na iyan na pihadong gagamitin ang position at facility ng office niya para mag-spy sa mga kalaban niya o conceived na kaaway niya. At heaven forbid, lalong mangungurakot iyan! Ukininana nga agpayso! Iyan ang Ilokanong ikinahiihiya kong kalahi ng mother ko!

  67. grizzy - September 8, 2008 12:28 am


    At least, sa Japan, wala pa akong narinig na Yakuza na na-appoint sa gobyerno. Taragis iyong Ilocano mafia boss, binibigyan ng position. Nakakahiya ang lahi niyan at iyong mga Crisologo. Puno ng dugo ang kamay ng mga pamilyang iyan. So far, wala pa akong na-trace ng link ng pamilya ng lola ko sa ina na taga-Ilocos Sur. Awa naman ng Diyos. Yumaman sa kurakot! Yuck! Ano kaya ang ginanda niyon?

  68. pandakekok - September 8, 2008 12:38 am

    Palasyo maraming crispy!! crispy crocodile si mike pidal arroyo sa haba ng buhay.
    masamang damo kasi.huhuhu.katulad ni balimbing singson
    sa mindanao, nag iisip na naman pag kakakuartahan tuloy
    ang huweteng lahat2 ng racket akin na naman partihang
    million2 o billion2 siyempre may usapan na sila ni croco
    kung mabubuhay lamang si Bonifacio, pag tatagain sila
    kung si Dr Jose Rizal,sinunpaan pa mismo. hindi
    naraw kuno tatakbong presidentita si pekeng presidenti,
    dibale konting tiis pa. magkaisa lamang mag sama-sama
    sa mga kilos. babagsak din silang lahat na mandarambong
    sa bansa natin.aalis din silang hubo katulad ng pina
    nganak tayong hubo.hehehehe salamat.

  69. atty36252 - September 8, 2008 12:46 am

    Chavit was Chief of Police of Vigan, Ilocos Sur in 1964-1965, appointed by a Crisologo. Floro was Congressman, Carmeling the wife was Governor, and a brother of Floro was mayor. Chavit’s mother is the sister of the late Floro.

    The 60s are remembered as the years of lawlessness in Ilocos Sur. Quite a nice achievement for the former Chief of Police.

    In May 1970, Chavit’s first cousin Bingbong burned down Ora East and Ora Centro, as punishment to the villagers for voting for Chavit against Carmeling, in 1969.

    So if Chavit could not secure the villagers who supported him, how do you expect him to secure the country? And the burning was done by his skinny first-cousin and a bunch of saka-sakas (barefoot thugs).

    Man of peace? Yeah right. Tell that to the Ilokanos who remember the years of violence starring Chavit versus first-cousin Bingbong.

    Of course, people can change; after all, Bingbong is now born again. But where is the experience in peace-making? Neither is there ample experience in law-enforcement, considering the minuscule one year experience in 1964-1965, in the Wild Wild West days of Ilocos Sur.

    Do we expect a man who could not stand up against Carmeling to stand up against the rebels? Carmeling must be snickering in her grave.

  70. bitchevil - September 8, 2008 1:30 am

    Singson brags about his experience as Chief of Police in Vigan; but didn’t say it was only for one year.

  71. Cocoy's Delight - September 8, 2008 1:45 am

    These thieves and criminals are delusional enough to believe that government belong to them.They come to power to reclaim property and treasures that they mistakenly believe to be part of them.The corrupt, lawless, elitists who keep our country mired locked into the misery of a third-world cesspool.

  72. bitchevil - September 8, 2008 2:09 am

    “Ilocos Sur CoA provincial auditor Agustin Chan was closing his investigation of the financial shenanigans of an Ilocos Sur governor’s various funds and projects, from an invisible tomato paste plant to billions in tobacco subsidies that could not be found until it was traced back by Agustin Chan to the governor. Before Chan could finalize his report he was gunned down in Barrio Bantay, Ilocos Sur, and killed along with his driver Alex Recacho on Oct. 4, 2001. If motive is a primary element in murder then the governor Agustin Chan was investigating should have been the chief suspect, yet there has never been an investigation of the subject. In fact, over the years under Gloria Arroyo, this suspect has risen to the highest ranks of government power.”

  73. Missy - September 8, 2008 2:57 am

    This reminds me when Gloria, not withstanding critiques, retained Angel Reyes and Corpus in her slates…because she intend to use them to bully those who will oppose her. This time it should be a telling of the same intention… she does not intend to leave the executive post no matter what, no matter how long, and just as she did it before, regardless of the paper-no-good constitution daw of the Philippines abogagos are waving around. So those
    “educated” english-spokening penoys…should not even try to pretend that they will fight her. They can’t. It has been so tested over and over through the years…what matters is that food on the table comes on time and the rest be damned.

  74. Missy - September 8, 2008 3:01 am

    bitchevil Says:

    September 8th, 2008 at 2:09 am

    “Ilocos Sur CoA provincial auditor Agustin Chan was closing his investigation of the financial shenanigans of an Ilocos Sur governor’s various funds and projects, from an invisible tomato paste plant to billions in tobacco subsidies that could not be found until it was traced back by Agustin Chan to the governor. Before Chan could finalize his report he was gunned down in Barrio Bantay, Ilocos Sur, and killed along with his driver Alex Recacho on Oct. 4, 2001. If motive is a primary element in murder then the governor Agustin Chan was investigating should have been the chief suspect, yet there has never been an investigation of the subject. In fact, over the years under Gloria Arroyo, this suspect has risen to the highest ranks of government power.”

    And this is why I said, ‘THEY CAN’T.” GLORIA has already paid a good price for the loyalty of all the penoys now occupying government posts in all sectors, including the media, nationally and locally.

  75. Etnad - September 8, 2008 3:18 am

    A. Nicole says “Nakaka lungkot po talaga ang nangyayari sa ating bayan para bang naubusan na tayo ng mga magagaling at may integridad na mga namumuno.”
    Ang sagot diyan ay walang sira ulong matino ang papayag na magtrabaho sa Pekeng Gobyerno. Kaya magtiis na lang tayo.
    Ang ipinagtataka ko lang ay kung bakit walang matitinong tao na lumalaban sa Gobyernong ito.

  76. bitchevil - September 8, 2008 3:36 am

    Missy, don’t forget Berroya who was also appointed by GMA now with the DOTC. Berroya’s a fierce enemy of Ping Lacson.

  77. PSB - September 8, 2008 5:12 am

    According to reliable sources, there are no principled judges in Ilocos Sur. Sabit’s law is the law of the province. He gets anything he wants, life, money, properties and even women!

    Parehong pareho sila ni evl bitch! Birds of the same feather flock together.

    Sabi ni sabit, yung mga inggit lang daw ang nagsasabing hindi siya karapat dapat sa kanyang bagong pwesto. Naiinggit ba kayo sa magnanakaw, sinungaling, mamamatay tao, sugapa sa sugal at babaero? I do not think so. Buhay pa siya sunog na sunog na ang kaluluwa niya!

    Bagay nga siya sa Mindanao, di ba men there are entitled to four women? Yes, four more women to add to his harem! Ingat lang siya at baka “pugutin” ang kanyang ___ doon! Magiging ala Babit siya, yung pinutol ang kwan! Tuwa ko lang kapag nangyari yun!

  78. PSB - September 8, 2008 5:20 am

    The same thing happened to the owner of Partas, the public transportation sabit acquired. Sabit wanted to buy the transportation company and the owner just disappeared, believed to be liquidated. Whatever happened to the business partner of his who was gunned down in front of the building in Manila. The wife of the slain partner said only sabit had the motive to kill her husband.

    The list of Sabit’s mafia like crimes go on and on. And this is what the evil bitch put as one of her security advicers? Talaga nga namang sira na talaga ang tuktok ng babaeng pandak na baliw! Too bad for the 80 million plus Filipinos who are dragged into all these!

  79. PSB - September 8, 2008 5:26 am

    Sabit’s nationwide GOONS network may come in handy in the 2010 elections. He may not be running for any position again because siguradong kulelat na naman siya but for sure, just like asspweron, he too is preparing the groundworks for a nationwade cheating operations, for whoever the evil bitch wants to annoint. This is to make sure that she will not be hanged for all her sins as she continues to drag us into the bottom of the cesspool!

  80. chi - September 8, 2008 6:29 am

    Let Sabit Swingson intefere in the Mindanao affairs of Asspweron. Let’s see what their loony president would do when her two super alalays meet head on. Sino kaya ang paaatrasin? Tingin ko ay si Ass dahil alipin niya ito samantalang alipin siya ni Sabit.

  81. bitchevil - September 8, 2008 9:23 am

    I can think of three possible reasons why Singson was appointed to the post:

    1. Before Erap was pardoned by GMA, Singson threatened to withdraw his support from her if Erap was pardoned. Singson further threatened to tell all what he knew about GMA’s crimes.

    2. Singson was placed at National Security Agency to guard Norberto Gonzales. That’s what’s called “counter intelligence”.

    3. Fearing that Erap might indeed run in 2010, GMA needs Singson’s help to stop Erap. Singson can resurrect Erap’s old cases and create new cases to harass the latter.

  82. myrna - September 8, 2008 10:05 am

    si cesar montano, baka ilagay sa board of censors!!!

  83. Ellen - September 8, 2008 3:49 pm

    Grizzy, Orly Mercado has accepted the position of ambassador to China. He is awaiting confirmation by the Commission on Appointment.

    Why do you think Mercado won’t accept a position from Gloria Arroyo? He has long sold his soul to the devil.

  84. Fulanito - September 8, 2008 4:21 pm

    “Chavit was Chief of Police of Vigan, Ilocos Sur in 1964-1965{..Thank you Atty36252. And this qualifies “el mafioso de Luzon del Norte” as RoP’s DNSA? What’s going on there in the Philippines?

  85. Fulanito - September 8, 2008 4:27 pm

    Now, in order to qualify for the second highest position with the RoP
    (Republic of the Philippines) National Security Council one must be “morally
    corrupt”, ex-provincial chief of police, “una chota” (a snitch), and a big
    “honcho”-warlord. Wow! Nunca pensé la Filipina “Señora Presidenta podría
    nombrar a un” verdadero perdedor “. (I never thought the Filipina president
    could appoint such a “real loser”. )

  86. johnmarzan - September 8, 2008 6:17 pm

    can anybody access the entire article from this old filipino reporter article

    Chavit: ‘I killed a few’

    Article from:
    Filipino Reporter
    Article date:
    November 2, 2000
    Doyo, Ceres P. | Copyright informationProvided by ProQuest LLC. (Hide copyright information)

    Doyo, Ceres P.
    Filipino Reporter
    Chavit: ‘I killed a few’

    President Joseph Estrada’s accuser has lived a life that is far from

    His life is one for the movies – brimming with action, guns and goons,
    warring clans, blood and corpses, money, infidelity, high-stakes gambling,
    cheating, the very rich and the very poor, politics and power and, lately.

    Now Ilocos Sur Gov. Luis “Chavit” Singson, 59, is invoking the name of God.

    “Maybe this is God’s will,” he says. “Maybe God wants it to happen this

    In an early-morning, one-on-one interview at his home here. Singson talks
    about his life and the national tempest he has whipped up. He’s an early
    riser, he says as he sips his …

  87. juggernaut - September 8, 2008 9:01 pm

    “Missy, don’t forget Berroya who was also appointed by GMA now with the DOTC. Berroya’s a fierce enemy of Ping Lacson.”

    There you go, we’ll wake up one day and see we’re being governed by “crooks” real honest to goodnest crooks – jueting lords, kidnappers, etc. This woman has no shame!

  88. chi - September 8, 2008 9:09 pm

    Suave lang si Orly Mercado…kung nasan ang daloy ng alak!

  89. chi - September 8, 2008 9:11 pm

    Chavit: “I killed a few”

    That’s the understatement of this century!

  90. juggernaut - September 8, 2008 9:20 pm

    Chavit: “I killed a few”

    Why is he not “behind bars?” We have a criminal running loose?! Why aren’t the likes of Katrina Legarda crying foul? …and meanwhile we have Trillanes et al locked up…

  91. chi - September 8, 2008 9:26 pm

    Oo nga, Chavit announced it proudly pa. Yan ang tunay na kriminal!

  92. bitchevil - September 8, 2008 11:12 pm

    Thanks Ellen for concurring. Orly indeed has accepted the Ambassador post to China. Grizzy might be a bit late in her information.

  93. ocayvalle - September 8, 2008 11:14 pm

    ang galing talaga ni GMA, sana ang susunod na e appoint niya ay si Garci. si Garcillano di ba ay isang abogado, sana ma appoint niya na hepe ng court of appeals, kasi magaling siya na umapeal at ma apeal siya.. hay naku talaga, saan na kaya talaga tayo papunta..sana gumising na ang taong bayan..!!

  94. bitchevil - September 8, 2008 11:17 pm

    Who knows, Garci might be appointed to Ombudsman or Sandiganbayan. Even if millions of Filipinos object, Malacanang would argue it’s the President’s prerogative.

  95. chi - September 8, 2008 11:55 pm


    I would welcome Garci’s appointment to the Comelec as chair. Yan ang nerve-breaking news kung mangyayari.

  96. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 12:00 am

    The Comelec already has a new Chairman. Why not Garci for Supreme Court since a few Justices are soon to retire?

  97. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 12:04 am

    War continues in Mindanao:

    MANILA, Philippines — (UPDATE 4) At least six civilians, including children and a pregnant 18-year-old woman, died in military air strikes targeting Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) rebels in Maguindanao province on Monday, local officials said.

  98. chi - September 9, 2008 1:57 am

    Anthony Golez, deputy presidential spokesman, said Singson would focus more on the analysis of intelligence reports.

    No surprise, jueteng ‘intelligence’ reports are considered highly confidential under Pidalism.

  99. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 2:03 am

    FYI, Anthony Golez is going to have a permanent eyebrow done.

  100. TonGuE-tWisTeD - September 9, 2008 2:21 am

    Dito sa Pasay, pag sinabing “intelihensiya” dilihensiya yun. Kadalasan, naka-mobile yung pulis na patong ng saklaan, tupada, mahjong-an, montehan, bookies, at iba pang sugalan, dati alam ko, P20 kada isang ulo, nakalista ang oras, bilang ng mga pulis, pangalan at numero ng mobile sa tarahan na isina-submit sa bangka matapos ang kanilang “shift”.

    Kung ganyan ang definition ng intelihensiya, bagay na bagay si Chavit.


    Isang taon lang pala naging chief of police more than 40 years ago, highly-qualified na raw sabi ni Spokesman Golez na may langka plantation.

    Forty years ago, musmos pa ako at nanghuhuli ako ng dalag at gourami sa pusali, ibig bang sabihin pwede na ako sa Fisheries?

  101. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 2:38 am

    Do you know that Singson’s family used to own funeral business; and that Singson started out as “embalsamador”?

  102. chi - September 9, 2008 2:54 am

    Nagtatanim ako ng okra sa bundok. Pwede na rin ako sa Agriculture.

  103. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 4:37 am

    There is a similarity between the US bombing of civilians in Afghanistan that killed many women and children with that of the RP soldiers’ recent bombing of Mindanao killing also civilians. Guess who the mentor was?

  104. atty36252 - September 9, 2008 4:52 am

    A little trivia. It seems, Romulo Neri owes his current position to the arch-rival of Chavit, Floro Crisologo.

    Floro Crisologo (house bill) along with Cipriano Primicias and Manuel Briones (senate bill) authored the Social Security Act. At least may na-accomplish ang dating warlord.

    The other warlord, Chavit, in his campaign material, touts himself as the Father of EDSA Dos. Ito lang marahil ang tatay na itatakwil ng mga anak.

    What say you civil society?

  105. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 5:03 am

    However, Singson is now a close friend of Rep. Vincent Crisologo.

  106. Renato Pacifico - September 9, 2008 5:34 am

    Etnad, Bitchevil, Rose …

    I’m not pro-GMA. I don’t work in Malacanang. I’m not GMA apologist. I’m PRO RULE-OF-LAW!!!

    Sinice you are against RULE-OF-LAW so, therefore, you must like what GMA is doing to the Philippines?

    LOGICAL? Well, I don’t need to ask if it’s logical because Filipinos don’t think logically. According to Financial Post (this is not pekeng-periodiko) out of 385,000 graduates of 2006 only 10% can barely pass SIMPLE ANALYTICAL TEST at BPOs. 10%!!!!! BARELY!!!!!


    THEY BOTCHED THE INVISTIGATION!!!!! And to Rose, read crime logs of America see if they pagarparing the weapons of crime, when the victim died …. aw, shocks, Rose is a Filipino therefore, non-thinking humanoid. How naive and ignorant …….

    And these are the people who want GMA to step down???? Ha!ha!hA! Hilarious!!!!! GET REAL!!!!!

    NOT UNTIL YOU GUYS STOP MEASURE BEAUTY BY THE COLOR OF THE SKIN THAT’S THE ONLY TIME WE ARE LIBERATED. But filipinos still believe white skin is beautiful. Mestizo/a is beautiful!!!!


    HOW DUMB!!!!!


  107. Renato Pacifico - September 9, 2008 6:04 am

    Rose, if you are in AMerica and cannot know the jurisprudence and invistigative process in America I understand. Because Filipinos in America only read Bulletin, Balita, Filipino Journal all pekeng-periodiko reported by pekeng-periodistas that cannot make it to the steps of NYtimes, LAtimes, Chicago Tribuen, WSJ and huge metropolitan dailies…

    And most of all, Rose, you watch that brain-dead WoWoWieee

  108. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 7:12 am

    Enough of Pinoy bashing !!!

  109. Renato Pacifico - September 9, 2008 7:30 am

    is telling the truth bashing? is telling you the filipino preference is white/mestizo/mestiza/fair skin/intsik but the pango-pyanga-flared-nose-brown-skin-indio-non-englischtzes-speakengese are 2nd choice!!!

    that’s the truth!!!

    who said “the truth shall set you free”? oh, pleez, don’t tell me it’s jesus christ!

    jesus christ has left the philippines long long long time ago. 480 years ago!!!

    if i stop telling the truth (bashing in your language) so how can you have a solution to the problem if you don’t want to hear the problem?

    you heard that in management 101, right?

    the first thing to have a solution is to know the problem. if you cannot know the problem there’s no solution.

  110. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 7:56 am

    Telling the truth is very different from ridiculing, insulting and humiliating your own countrymen.

  111. Renato Pacifico - September 9, 2008 8:14 am

    Well, they were not insulted before. They were not humiliated before. They were lovved. And still we failed.

    Let’s try another tack. Redicule!! At least we laugh when we redicule. When we love, the love is not bounced back

  112. juggernaut - September 9, 2008 8:36 am

    When you love, you don’t expect anything in return.

  113. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 8:41 am

    Renato doesn’t know what love is. He doesn’t believe in God.
    God is love.

  114. langhab - September 9, 2008 9:10 am

    from now on, during every press releases, the press should always ask:
    Did the president personally read this or that…? or
    Did she personally signed this or that… etc.

    who knows, a situation may arise where it would be later claimed that it’s the president’s signature but she did not signed it…

  115. TonGuE-tWisTeD - September 9, 2008 11:55 am

    Sus, don’t bother with the National Security portfolio. It is even headed by a former terrorist/anarchist Norby Gonzales whose Light-a-Fire movement was responsible for bombings in Manila like that one which claimed the lives of 2 tourists and injured many others including singer Nonoy Zuñiga whose leg was amputated after that bomb explosion in Phil. Plaza Hotel.

    A terrorist and a hard criminal running National Security? No wonder nobody takes this country seriously.

  116. Kidlatanvillage - September 9, 2008 1:38 pm

    Itong si Renato Pacifico ay isang bulaang propeta. Saan mababasa sa Bibliya na nilisan ni Kristo ang Pilipinas 480 years ago? Nakakatakot, tutoo palang naglipana na ngayon ang mga anti-Christ, Tsk tsk.

  117. maldita_ako - September 9, 2008 2:58 pm

    juggernaut Says:

    When you love, you don’t expect anything in return.

    jug, Love is something we have to give every moment of the day, every day of our lives. Everyone has the right to love at whatever time in their life.

  118. TonGuE-tWisTeD - September 9, 2008 3:11 pm

    Hindi ba ninyo kilala yang style ni Renato? Si VJ yan, datihan na dito. Matagal nawala. Welcome back V..J…

  119. RMP - September 9, 2008 10:57 pm

    God is love. So God made the Philippines poor. Because only the poor pass thru the eye of the needle than a rich man.

    We must thank Gloria M Arroyo for making Filipinos poor. GMA is the instrument of god so we can pass thru the eye of the needle because a rich man cannot pass thru it.

    I love your “God is Love” thing. It’s a pekeng-minamahal.

  120. bitchevil - September 9, 2008 11:21 pm

    God did not make the Philippines poor. God has given the people a choice. One can choose to be good or bad; one can choose to be rich or poor. Being rich per se is not a sin or bad as long as it was earned decently and honestly. It’s bad to be poor because of laziness. God teaches that one must work through his sweat. One doesn’t deserve to eat if he doesn’t work.

  121. bitchevil - September 10, 2008 2:08 am

    Singson is claiming that only Erap and Jinggoy are opposing his appointment. Ha, ha, ha.

  122. RMP - September 10, 2008 2:20 am

    So much has changed since the internet. When information is at hand. When information about God’s folly can only be read thru internet but not thru pekeng-periodiko.

    Now God’s misinformation department now is blaming the people. Whatever happened to prayers. Whatever happened to “Ask and you shall receive”?

    Now you are blaming the people …. ha!ha!ha!ha! Dios sa Amahan, Dios sa Anak, Dios sa Espiritu santos Balimbing…..!!!!

  123. RMP - September 10, 2008 2:22 am

    bitchevil, it’s easy for you to say because you are in Jersey City. While we suffer.

    The church is useless. Malaya is just another pekeng-periodistas that are afraid of the katsilas. Inquirer also reports to the katsilas. ABS-CBN and the rest including Ces Drilon

  124. goldenlion - September 10, 2008 6:44 am

    HA, HA, HA, HA!!!! CHAVIT SINGSON-deputy national security adviser, what a mess!!!!!! ano ba iyan?? mula malacanang, cabinet members, secretaries and undersecretaries, advisers wala akong makitang credible!!! tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk….kawawang Pilipinas, kawawang mga Pilipino!!

  125. bitchevil - September 10, 2008 7:41 am

    Malacanang says it’s the President’s prerogative…

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