Not for lack of Duterte’s desire that Trillanes is alive

Cielito “Honeylet” Salvador Avanceña has weighed in on the more serious issues of her partner’s presidency. And we are stunned by her logic. In her talk with the members of the Philippine National Police Monday, Avanceña commented on the allegations that Duterte is a killer, a reputation that the President has cultivated by his boasts […]

October 4, 2017  Tags: ,   Posted in: Graft and corruption  7 Comments

Duterte’s threats betray panic

Behind President Duterte’s curse-laden talks is a man in panic. And the one subject that drives him up the wall is his alleged huge bank deposits that Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV first exposed last week of April 2016, weeks before the election that he won. The latest development is the receipt by the Office of […]

October 1, 2017  Tags: , ,   Posted in: Graft and corruption  No Comments

Is Duterte unraveling?

President Duterte never ceases to stun us. Yesterday, he admitted that his story about the offshore accounts of Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV was a product of his imagination. “Wala ito. Produkto ng isip ko ito. Tinanggalan ko talaga. Ginamit mo. Nag-issue ka ng waiver… Iba ang account number, iba ang totoo. Sinadya ko iyan,” he […]

September 20, 2017  Tags: ,   Posted in: Graft and corruption  No Comments

Paolo Duterte’s silence would be a deafening confirmation of his role in ‘Davao group’

The saying “A fish is caught by its mouth” applies to President Duterte on the issue of the alleged involvement of his son, Davao City Mayor Paolo Duterte, and his son-in-law, Atty. Manases Carpio in the release without inspection by the Bureau of Customs of a shipment containing 604 kilos of shabu worth P6.2 billion […]

September 6, 2017  Tags: , , ,   Posted in: Graft and corruption  4 Comments

Malacañang shaken by Lascañas exposé

However Malacanang tries to discredit SPO3 Arturo Lascañas explosive exposé about President Duterte’s direct role in the Davao Death Squad, it’s obvious that the President and his men are shaken. Take a look how they have acted silly trying to counter it. The grand bungle was committed by Press Secretary Martin Andanar when he floated […]

March 11, 2017  Tags: , , ,   Posted in: Human Rights, Philippine National Police  3 Comments

The difference between Trillanes and Zubiri

The confrontation between Senators Antonio Trillanes IV and Miguel Zubiri at the Senate floor last week refreshed the public’s mind of relevant issues which have been relegated to the sidelines by more horrifying reports like the murder of Korean businessman Ick-joo Jee by police officers inside Camp Crame just a few meters away from the […]

January 25, 2017  Tags: , , ,   Posted in: Election 2007, Graft and corruption  11 Comments

Lozada’s conviction stresses urgency of whistleblowers law

At this time of his life, it’s his faith in God that keeps Rodolfo “Jun” Lozada Jr. going. The government has failed him. The country’s justice system turned against him. Many “friends” have abandoned him after they have used him for their agenda. After his conviction to six to ten years in prison by the […]

August 29, 2016  Tags: , , ,   Posted in: Graft and corruption, Senate  7 Comments

PNoy, Del Rosario responsible for PH losing control of Scarborough shoal

Presumptive President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said early this week he wants to know why the Philippines lost Scarborough Shoal. When he said this, he was apparently under the impression that Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, who exposed his BPI bank deposits amounting to no less than P200 million despite before the May 9 elections, was responsible for […]

May 20, 2016  Tags: , ,   Posted in: Elections 2016, Foreign Affairs  8 Comments

Duterte’s tactics show truth is not on his side in conflict with Trillanes

Update: Video of the BPI Faceoff by Luis Liwanag: If you have to resort to lies in a conflict, it only indicates that you are not on the side of truth. It’s becoming obvious that the expose of Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV of Davao City Mayor Duterte’s bank transactions that can go up to as […]

May 2, 2016  Tags: , ,   Posted in: 2016 elections  51 Comments

The evolution of Duterte’s BPI account

March 14, 2016 – Presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte and his running mate Alan Peter Cayetano signed a manifesto waiving their rights under the Bank Secrecy law. In the manifesto, printed on a large piece of cardboard, they pledged “to open all our bank accounts in local and foreign currencies both here and abroad in the […]

April 29, 2016  Tags: , ,   Posted in: 2016 elections  51 Comments