"The world suffers a lot. Not because of the violence of bad people, But because of the silence of good people!" - Napoleon

Monday, August 5, 2013

ANONYMOUS SPEAKS: Pork Barrel Scam (Updated)

UPDATE AS OF NOVEMBER 19, 2013: 

SC DECLARES PDAF UNCONSTITUTIONAL!


SC spokesperson Theodore Te confirmed the news. Reading the decision penned by Associate Justice Estela Perlas-Bernabe, he said the following have been declared unconstitutional, among others:

a) The entire 2013 PDAF article

b) All legal provisions of past and present Congressional Pork Barrel Laws, such as the previous PDAF and Countrywide Development Fund (CDF) Articles and the various Congressional Insertions, which authorized legislators – whether individually or collectively organized into committees – to intervene, assume or participate in any of the various post-enactment stages of the budget execution, such as but not limited to the areas of project identification, modification and revision of project identification, fund release and/or fund realignment unrelated to the power of Congressional oversight

c) All legal provisions of past and present Congressional pork barrel laws such as the previous PDAF and CDF Articles and the various Congressional insertions which confer or conferred personal, lump sum allocations to legislators from which they are able to fund specific projects which they themselves determined

d) All informal practices of similar import and effect, which the court similarly deems to be acts of grave abuse of discretion amounting to lack or excess of discretion. 

PEOPLE OF THE PHILIPPINES, WE WON!!!

Photo released by PNP

Update as of last week of August 2013: 


1. Janet Napoles was ordered arrested but she evaded arrest by She surrendered to President Aquino past 9 in the evening of August 28. She is now booked in Camp Crame. Makati RTC ruled that she be committed at Makati City Jail.

2. Filipinos held the Million People March in Luneta and in other parts of the Philippines, also abroad. Ex-CJ Corona was booed when he showed up in Luneta. It was a peaceful event attended by more or less 60,000 people. (August 26)

3. The Senate holds its hearing on the pork barrel scam. The COA Chief was invited as resource person. (August 29)


Keep our fingers crossed that the wheel of justice will roll smoothly and let this mark the beginning of the end of corruption in the Philippines! Let's hope for the best!



Kudos to all the Anonymous persons who brought these informations out in the open. Yes, most of these informations are unverified so it's up to you, readers, to separate the chaff from the wheat. It may look like high-tech online rumormongering to some but isn't it that where there's smoke, there's fire?

I sincerely hope the proper authorities, be it the DOJ, the Ombudsman, the Congress, or even the Senate, will conduct their own investigation to serve justice to the people or to the Napoleses. These issue should not end in blogs or online discussions. We, the Filipino people, deserve to know the truth.


Let Lady Justice speak.

Janet Napoles rubbing elbows with local politicians implicated in Pork Barrel Scam. Taken from http://www.rappler.com

I was reading my news feed at Facebook when I chanced upon a blog shared by my niece. Her only comment was "COMMENTS SECTION".

As curious as a cat, I clicked the accompanying photo (above) and read the blog first, written by MommyJ.

She wrote her opinion on the Pork Barrel Scam involving the wealthy Janet Napoles and family. What took me by surprise are the various comments from Anonymous which are like bombs that shattered my peace.

I am not pretty sure whether Anonymous (the first one who fanned the flame) is the same person who revealed classified information all throughout MommyJ's blog. For convenience, let me treat Anonymous as one and the same. 


Anonymous' first comment (Tagalog version here): 


Anonymous says:
Janet Lim Napoles has strong ties before with the late Emilia Boncodin, DBM Secretary. Emilia is the one that keep Janet in the loop whenever a budget or SARO is approved and to which senator or congressman.

Gringo Honasan is a dear friend of Janet’s husband, Jimmy Napoles. I was surprised when I read somewhere online when Honasan was interviewed and he said that he doesnt know the Napoles family.

During the coup in Cory’s time, Jimmy napoles was driving a tank on the way to camp crame when he’s tank was hit by a mortar.Jimmy is operating the .50 caliber machine gun and the soldier driving the tank died during the blast. Jimmy survived and was jailed along with Honasan. If you can get clear photos of Jimmy Napoles online, you will see that part of his face and his arms show burn marks.

Their wealth started to build up during the late 90′s when they engaged themselves with mayors based in zamboanga to use them as a front for a Foundation that will implement projects or deliver farm materials. With connections at COA, they were able to arrange “completed projects” without delivering anything. They established JLN group of companies sometime in 2000 and they moved to their new office from AFPOVAI to Discovery Suites on the 25th floor.

Soon enough, they were able to develop deep connections with more legislators in congress and numerous senators. What JLN Group Of Companies do and their sub-companie, Jo-Chris Trading (named after their eldest child, Jo-Christine “Neneng” Napoles) – they use their foundations as the implementing agency for the funds of congressmen or senators. You see, congressmen and senators have budget, PDAF or the “pork barrel”, but these politicians do not have direct access to their funds and they can never touch it. So what they do is the politicians will create a project (common one is “fertilizer distribution” to farmers) and will ask DBM to set the budget. Then, there will be a public bidding to be held by DAR. The outcome of the bidding is already fixed and it’s Napoles foundation wins. The fund or SARO will be released through Janet’s foundation and the congressmen/senators will ask 70% of the whole amount. So if the project is 10M, Janet will give 70% of that. Usually Janet’s nephew, John Francisco Lim is the courier of the money, they will meet at Podium or at a parking lot. The money are stored in plastic bags or paper bags.

So, whatever is left from the budget, 30% goes to Janet. They usually cash-in the cheque they get from DBM at Landbank in Greenhills and the manager there is part of Janet’s payroll. Janet also need to pay the inspectors from COA and whoever is involved in DAR.

This is their workflow.This is what they do for more than a decade. This is how the senators and congressmen make money. This is why theses politicians have so much and working class filipinos almost have nothing. This is not only Janet’s fault. The greediness of the senators and congressmen are the driving point that keeps this system operating. It is also amazing that if Janet’s family and her company goes into trial, the people who will try them – judges, senators, congressmen, are also part of this. I fear for the life of Benhur and Merlina as whistleblowers. Soon enough they will die. The people of the philippines should protect them. NBI or the witness protection program cannot do anything about it. Because they are keeping the whistleblowers alive for their own use only. Once Janet give payments to the NBI and once Revilla, Honasan, Arroyo, Pichay, Ducut, Pineda, Lim, Estrada, Soto, Lapid, and almost all the congressmen who were in post for the past decade, step in – there’s nothing benhur or merlina can do. They are as good as dead by now.

Please post this on your social media and share it to the world. It is time to stop this madness and remove the pork barrel and protect benhur and merlina. 

I was like, "What???" And I reposted MommyJ's blog in my FB wall, asking my friends whether it was true. The succeeding comments in MommyJ's blog contained warnings, words of caution, more expression of disgust to corruption. Some urged him to go to Philippine media to which he responded:

Anonymous says:
No, i will never talk to philippine media. local media is rubbish. we can ask noli de castro about that. and i am very sure that he too will say, “i havent heard janet napoles or met her before…” Of course, why would he tell the world that he knows janet after he earned hundrer millions of pesos through her company? We can also ask noli who lives in his villa in tagaytay highlands. Oh, i forgot, i think it’s one of his mistresses.

nevertheless, the napoles has been moving their money the past few weeks so most of their money are not in the country anymore. the people need to ask the female manager at metrobank binondo, she’s related to janet napoles brother, ronald “bullet” francisco lim. “Bullet” is also one of the incorporator’s of janet’s countless foundations. the people of the philippines should also ask the manager at landbank greenhills. Maglanque holds a post before at DOTC, and the Napoles’ made a lot of money by providing countless transactions through DOTC using numerous congressmen and senators between 2002 – 2011. Zenaida Ducut, previous congresswoman in one of the provinces in Pampangga made a killing through Janet’s company. They also have strong ties with the Ampatuans in the south and yes, they also benefited from Janet’s company. Previous PNP chiefs during the Arroyo administration also used JLN Corporation as the foundation to supply communication radios initially valued at Php5,000 only to be listed in the receipt given to COA valued at Php65,000 each.

Let’s stop and reflect, if the local media publishes these facts, do you think that the current government CAN do something? NO. even if noynoy wants to punish Janet and even if he’s the president of the country, he can only do as much because our constitution does not allow the president to tackle these crimes. because that is not included in his job description. It’s a pity that people accuse the president of doing nothing. Yes, he cannot do anything about it because our law doesnt allow him too. You want something to be done with this issue? If noynoy declares martial law and will have complete authority over these issues, yes, he can hang all the senators and congressmen. But will noynoy declare martial law? No. not because the people of the country doesnt want to – its because noynoy wont bring back the years that caused his father’s death.

The current situation in the country has reach an impasse. unless the people do something about this, we will remain right where marcos left off – corruption everywhere and escalation of poverty.

It was overwhelming now for me. Though some informations were incredible, many were amazed by the details contained in Anonymous' narration. One thought that Anonymous is an insider to the Napoleses' lair. Others questioned his anonymity while others hailed him for his exposé.

Anonymous dropped some more bombs. This time, the name of one well-known media personality was mentioned. 



Anonymous says:
I saw an interview of janet, jimmy and two of their children, jo-christine and his younger brother. The interview was conducted by Korina Sanchez. I was amazed how Korina played on the set and in a very sublime manner, projected the Napoles family as a victim.

Let me explain.

Korina is married to Mar Roxas. Mar is from Iloilo and he has a cousin, Johnny Roxas. Johnny stands 6’2, fair, brown hair and brown eyes. Johnny is a good looking male and a mestizo. Johnny used to work at JLN Corp. and he used his connections through Mar when he was still “Mr. Palengke.” Johnny earned significant amount of money by closing deals and getting the SARO of some congressmen and mayors and governors with the help of Mar. But Johnny had a fallout with Janet when some some cash commissions were not equally divided to him. He was also hoping to have a Mercedes Benz as a incentive from one of his successful transactions from a congressman based in Samar, bur Janet failed to deliver the car to him. Johnny soon left the company upset. Nevertheless, Johnny left JLN with few million pesos richer, and Mar Roxas a few million above 10M richer. Johnny Roxas became visible again in the political arena when he joined the campaign camp of Fernando Poe Jr. He was always visible on TV appearances and newspaper photos sitting or standing beside or behind Poe. With this said, Mar Roxas has ties with Napoles and that explains the interview with Korina that appears to be biased with the Napoles’. And you now know the reason why. 


One commenter has this to say:


M230 says:
If you know your stuff, Mar Roxas does not have a cousin named Johnny Roxas. He only has 1 cousin and Johnny is not the name.

The Araneta-Roxas clan is worth so much more money, what is 10 million pesos to them? Magnanakaw ka na lang, bakit yang kakapiranggot pa na hindi man lang mararamdaman ni Mar. Magkano ba kinikita nila sa Araneta Center pa lang, sa Pizza Hut, sa Dairy Queen, sa Cibo, Cafe Bola, Sachi?

I believe there was a scam, but I don’t think you should drag other people in this controversy. If you really do know so much stuff, why not be an anonymous source for the NBI?


But Anonymous is so sure of himself:

Anonymous says:
Hanapin mo at tanungin mo si johnny kung ginagamit pa ba niya yung ford expedition at honda crv niya na galing kay janet at yung Cartier na relo na binili nila nung nag macao sila at pinabigay para kay Manuel matapos papirmahin yung mga mayors sa negros?

At kung hindi kamaganak ni Manuel si Johnny, sino yung laging sumasali sa mga pa-derby ng sabungan sa araneta na mestiso na matangkad na kamukha ni manuel aber? sa palagay mo ba madaling mag pa interview sa tv kay korina sanchez kung wala silang direktang koneksyon at tinatago? magkano airtime sa abs cbn para magpalabas ng mahabang interview ng walang ganansya?

i-screen capture mo itong sagot ko tapos pakita mo sa mga amo mo na roxas at pag hindi lumaki butas ng ilong nila pag binasa nila ito, tsaka mo ako balikan dito at sabihin mo na sinungaling ako.
ang hirap maniwala na malaking consipracy theory ito pero sa mga naglilitawan dito, sila sila, kayo kayo, lahat corrupt at magnanakaw. pagmamalaki mo pa sakin yang pizza hut nila di naman masarap tapos ang mahal mahal pa. pwe!

Things are now heated up. Anonymous is not done yet.

Anonymous says:
I dont have social media presence nor in the internet. My only platform is through this blog – your blog. I don’t even know you and perhaps you will never know either. As long as i am still alive, I will post on this blog if you dont mind. Thanks for doing sharing your blog to your social media nonetheless.

This news is slowly fading away and only a couple of local media outlets are currently covering it. The Revillames and Estradas are already preparing their speeches should this issue reach the senate. Some speculations in the current congress thinks that this issue is bigger than the corruption of Gloria Arroyo itself so everything is carefully planned out for the next step. There are extreme suggestions within the congressmen involved to create mass hysteria and stimulate “terrorism” activity in the city. They are planning to set off explosives in public places soon and will blame it to the Reds (CPP-NPA) organization.

Do you think that the Ayala Mall explosion before is an “accident”? How about the recent explosion in one of Ayala’s apartments in The Fort? Has anyone of you heard the case again and its updates? None.

It doesnt make sense, does it?

The Napoles lives in Ayala Alabang. Their house is adjacent to Ping Lacson. When Lacson bought the house in Alabang, this was the time when he and Erap were throwing accusations against each other. There was a news clip before of an interview to Lacson and he consistently denies that he does not have a house in an exclusive village. The Napoles’ was laughing hard because the family was the one who recommended that house to Ping.

As you can see, a significant number of residential owners in Ayala Alabang have sits in congress, senate, supreme court, mayors and governors. The Ayala’s are not in the position to deny these individuals who belong in the government from buying properties.

Imagine that at this very moment you are reading this and all the houses with owners that have sits in the govt disappear in thin air – how many house units will be left in Ayala Alabang? Let us say that ayala alabang will be like empty plots of land like in Fairview or Rizal. That is how significant these home owners are to the Ayalas.

How about Forbes? The Napoles have properties in Forbes Park as well. Who developed Forbes Park in the 70s? The Ayalas. And the same home owners in ayala alabang can be found in forbes park. The explosions in the ayala properties were no coincidence. They used it as a platform to divert the attention of the masses so that local media will cover the explosion news instead of corruption expose’ involving key individuals from the congress and senate during those times.

Now they will do it again soon. But this time, it will be exactly similar like the MRT bombings and bus bombings like before – they will bomb the public. Once this happen, all news will be focused on the bombings and slowly the Napoles and all the congressmen and senators, and judges, and secretaries, and undersecretaries will slowly crawl in the dark, away from all of us, together with all their wealth.

Oh, havent i mentioned that Jenny has already moved her money from landbank, metrobank, bpi, banco de oro and consolidated all of their accounts to HSBC hong kong recently? Ooooppss.


Never mind the typos in his narration. He wrote an errata. At this point, some readers have written their own blogs about the blog just like what I am doing now. I am sure everyone has put on their thinking caps.

Now I am thinking. How much does a Senator earn from all of these? I am clueless until Anonymous posted this:


Anonymous says:
Those facts of blowing up buildings, bombing public transport and killing innocent civilians in the process is outrageous. Yes, it is beyond me how they do that. At what cost? Let’s do the math here and lets figure out why the philippines is still poor and why the congressmen, the senators will go as far as killing us all.

Currently, the philippine senate and congress is already drafting the budget for 2014 and it’s roughly Php2.3trillion. Yes, that is our country budget and that is made up of all the taxes that everyone paid. That is almost US$57.5B. That is a lot of zeros. Every year, the pork barrel allocates Php200M for EACH senator and Php70M for EACH member of the congress. There are:

24 Senators with 6-year terms maximum of 12-years
288 Members of Congress with 3-year terms maximum of 9-years
1 Senator x Php200M x 6yrs = Php1.2Billion per Senator for his full 6-year term.
1 Congressman x Php 70M x 3yrs = Php210M per Senator for his full 3-year term

Because all senators and congressmen are very patriotic and want to serve our country to their maxed out terms, let us do the math again:

Php1.2B x 2 = Php2.4B in 12-years pork barrel per senator
Php210M x 3 = Php630M in 9-years pork barrel per congressman

These are the amount of each senators and congressmen allocated to them in their respective tenures. Imagine the market value of this sector – the way Janet imagines it.

Because of companies like Janet, all the people that you vote use similar corporations like of Janet to steal money from the people’s coffer – from you, from us. Just imagine the huge amount once they’ve get a hold of their budget. Now think deeply why our country is still a mess. Can you now see the whole picture why our country is still poor? Why you, the reader of this blog, works so hard yet you save nothing?

This has been happening since the times of Marcos. The only difference is, during Ferdinand’s time, he’s the only thief and his cronies so the effect is the country doesn’t notice that they are “poor”. When Apo was ousted, EVERYONE sitting in power is a thief. Now the country can definitely feel poverty.
The figures listed above remain as the key motivator to Janet Napoles. That is why she is reach. That is why ALL members of the congress are filthy reach, That is why ALL senators are filthier. The sad fact is, there are numerous companies similar to Napoles that operates as we speak. Then why is Janet so popular? Because her company is generous to the greedy congressmen and senators, her company is the only one that can afford to give as high as 85% cash-on-hand off from their allocated budgets. Other companies similar to Jo-Chris Trading and JLN Corporation can only go as high as 65%.

Close your eyes now and imagine a senator gets 85% of Php2.4B. Now think about why ramon revilla – bong revilla, the arroyos, enrile, lacson, estradas and all of them are still in power, one generation to the other.

Open your eyes and reach to your pocket – how much do you have?

It hurts damn bad. 

Anonymous addresses the skeptics. He reveals some more of the plans and the events that he foresee. Here, we get the idea how informed he is of the inside of Janet Napoles's lair:


Anonymous says:
People in the internet challenges me if i have proof. No i do not.

But i can tell you that there are two metal safes inside JLN Corp.’s office at 2502 Discovery Suites in ortigas. One safe is inside Jimmy Napoles’ office and the other one is in Janet’s office. Their office also have a small storage room where all previous invoices and receipts that were never use during the past few years are being kept. If you, the reader can magically teleport yourself in that room, you will definitely find all the answers to your questions.

There is also a 5-drawer filing cabinet (metal and beige in color) in front of Janet’s office door where all files of each congressman, senators, mayors, governors, secretaries, undersecretaries, are nicely filed and named. Each folder contains copies of cheques, cash vouchers, petty cash vouchers, receipts of cash advances and bank account details for each transaction.

If by any chance that this blog has reached the Napoles family, they will move these safes and drawers outside their office ASAP. They will use the utility elevators located in the back of the building to transport the cabinets and all its contents. Once they reach the carpark, they will go to carpark slot number 1 to load these things. Janet owns carpark numbers 1, 2 and 3 at Discovery Suites. It is a good thing to also ask Jun Pareno, one of the big bosses of Discovery Suites, how he helps the Napoles family all throughout these years conducting VVIP services to some congressmen and senators as part of Janet’s perks to them using the hotel services.

Going back, those drawers will be moved in binan laguna in one of their houses there and everything will be burned. This has not happened yet. And if you, the readers, do nothing, once those drawers are out of the streets, there goes your evidence. Don’t let the local san juan police raid their office because that is part of their plan – to have the police storm their office and make it appear that everything is being seized. Of course, what safer way it is than to transport the cabinets escorted by law enforcement officers only to be burned after.

Clever. Very clever Janet indeed. Was it that Jinggoy’s idea or Gringo?

Now it appears to me like a script of an unfolding crime story. Another Anonymous person was compelled to share what little he knows:


Anonymous says:
I would like to contribute to this blog.

The Napoles speak fluent Chabakano.

They are rich because they do business in both sides – opposition and coalition. They started poor in the 70s – 80s selling packed lunch (similar to jolly-jeep) at the premises of AFP since Jimmy is a Marine. Officer.

I don’t have a single clue where the f*ck they get the idea that they are into the coal mining business.
Janet and the female owner of AM-Europharma are BFFs. That explains their mansions in Laguna because AM-Europharma’s factory is in Laguna.

Eddie Badeo is effing naive. Everything she said is spot on and correct. But, all martyrs die in the end.

There are three siblings in the Lim family, Ronald Francisco Lim, Janet Francisco Lim, Reynald “Jojo” Luy Lim. “Jojo” is a half brother and Benhur Luy is related to Reynald. That’s why they could not kill Benhur when they still have a chance. But now they all wish him dead.

Jo-Christine Napoles is a graduate from St. Benilde. Her brother, James Napoles is also from Benilde.
Benhur is as guilty as Janet – they both became rich helping politicians steal from us.

Merlina Sunas is still poor and helpless. Janet used her all throughout these years. Save Merlina and let Benhur die.

Patayin na natin lahat ng mga kongressman at senador! at bantayan na ang mga airport dahil tumatakas na sila isa isa!

This is just one of the many calls for murder and the likes. I do not subscribe to this idea, I abhor it, but for the sake of telling the story, I am reposting. There were suggestions that they tell what they know to Rappler.com, CNN, and other trusted media personality.

Our collective curiosity was upped by the revelations. Who are involved? Who are robbing us of our taxes. Anonymous answers:



Anonymous says:
Everyone wants to know the identities of the congressmen and senators and cabinet members and judges that have business relations with JLN Corp.

Simple.

There are numerous security cameras installed in Janet’s office and the recording machine is located in her room. You will see all the people that comes in and out of their office – including ALL the politicians in HD viewing.

If by any chance they have deleted it, the people of the philippines can ask Discovery Suites CCTV footage of their hotel entrance at the back of their building. Or the CCTV at the Serendipity Lounge. It is also interesting to check the CCTV footage of Landbank Ortigas and see how many times the employees of JLN come in and out in a day for the last five years. Or probably all CCTV at the banks in Greenhills (along ortigas avenue) because most probably, JLN Corp have accounts on them.

We might as well try CCTV footage at Starbucks and Dome Cafe at Podium. I am sure as hell that they will find videos there for the past 3 or more years.

But people, we better act fast because once they read this blog, those videos are good as gone.

I really don't know how much of Anonymous' story is true. But like someone who receives a bomb threat, I simply cannot ignore the warning. 

At this point, the readers are thanking Anonymous. Some were thinking of another People Power Revolution out of disgust. There are suggestions of statehood (that the Philippines becomes the 51st USA state), change of charter, and others that are so bloody. One even called on the soldiers to start a bloody revolution! There is animosity among some readers due to conflicting ideas. But I realized while reading the comments, Philippines is indeed a free country. Crooks are free to rob as free as the citizens to be verbally hostile.

Going back to Anonymous, he is not done yet though he said, this one will be his last comment. He gave out some interesting info like the telephone number allegedly of Janet Napoles (asterisked later). He even linked the big telcos to this mess. He addressed the netizens, to wit:

Anonymous says:
Dear Netizens…

We are very surprised to see this overwhelming response online. We seek no attention and we don’t welcome fame. That said, we will continue to be anonymous.

To the blog owner, the community wants to protect you. How can we protect your blog? Are you well informed on how to use each security feature on wordpress? If not, you can ask the community here on how you can further enhance the security of your blog and its consistencies. And to the community, let’s guard this blog.

This could be our last entry here. And we will make it quick.

JLN Corporation is only a small part of the structured embezzlement system established in this government. do you think that if all of us demand to “open janet’s bank accounts” will happen? No. Why? She’s is protected by law not to do it. Just like you and me. You have the right to refuse not to show your bank accounts to me, or to your friends, cousins, etc. Janet will exercise that right, same as we can also exercise our rights. Remember jose pidal? Was the envelope opened? No. How about corona? Were all the key bank accounts revealed? No. The Marcoses, their offshore accounts, yes they are “freezed”, but have you seen the details? No. And where are they now? They are still in power. And they will be forever in power. How about chavit singson? Do you know that he owns the land where metrowalk ortigas is located? How were they able to own that? Of course through jueteng and corruption. But that’s another story.

The point is – the philippine law is in Janet’s side. Like others that were in the same situation as her now – marcos, estrada, lacson, glorya, corona and countless politicians (well almost all of them) – this too shall pass. And she will be acquitted. I can see the web traffic on this blog and there’s a significant number of lawyers reading this comment at this very moment. And they know that I am right. Surprisingly, Janet is reading this blog right now, and you can just imagine her big smile painted on her face.

Why? Because the people you elected created a law that will protect them from us. And there is nothing that we can do. There is nothing that you can do. People power? Yes we can all march on Edsa and after that what? We will all be back where this issue left off – country will still be in poverty.

Let’s go back to the current issue. Janet’s company, JLN Corporation together with her family, serves only a fraction of what caused the poverty in this nation. She’s only a part of a hand that feeds the mouth and the whole body. Now, ponder this, IF the Napoles is put into prison at this very instant, and we recovered their wealth and put it back from the people’s coffer – now what? The same congressmen, senators, cabinet members, police chiefs, army chiefs, NBI chiefs, judges will start to steal again. Have we solved the root cause the nation’s problem? No.

You and I are angry at Janet. Yes, that is true. But consider this, Janet is only a facilitator. The beneficiaries of everything she stole goes back to the senators, congressmen, mayors, etc. And JLN Corporation is only ONE company that we are aware of. There are MANY companies and foundations out there that, members of the congress and senators operate. You think that enrile has no foundation similar to janet? Hell no, he got dozens. And also estrada, etc.

I want to state some facts here. Janet is still “poor” compare to the arroyos and macapagals. In fact, janet’s wealth doesn’t even come close to pandak. Pandak’s family has been plundering the nation since Diosdado’s time. How? That’s why Dado got rid off the americans because Dado wants absolute control of the country’s wealth. Similar to glorya, from VP to President to congress. They will fuck everyone just to stay with power. Why? Annual country budget in our country averages Php21Trillion. Imagine even if you can have 1% of that amount every year, will you not kill anyone that will stand in your way and fuck everyone else?

Now let’s go back. JLN corp and jo-chris trading accumulated wealth during the time of arroyo. And we all know for a fact that marcos’ wealth is puny compare to the collective wealth of the arroyos and macapagals. And during the time of arroyo, everyone steals from everybody and they made a killing. Do you think that with a company like Janet’s will not attract arroyo’s attention during her term?
Arroyo knows janet and glorya just let her run her business. Why? Arroyo was busy in bigger projects and Janet’s company breathes life to this ecosystem and keeps its liquidity. Janet’s company and other companies similar to hers keep things balance in this systematic scheme and organized plunder.

So people, if we want to be angry, let’s not be angry to one person only. Let’s be angry to the people who held post during glorya’s term and to previous and current members of congress and some senators (wait, is tito sotto still a senator? No wonder) and mayors, and governors, and cabinet members and their undersecretaries.

To all the people who demand for trial and investigation, please stop, please. Nothing will come out of that investigation and please don’t fool yourselves that if you make a campaign to stop and abolish pork barrel and pork barrel will be gone – no, it will not happen. Never.

The philippines have already suffered enough. All our previous people power were all peaceful and look at ourselves now. We are still here and I am writing this piece.

The solution is a violent revolt against all members of congress and senate. Let their bodies hang on bridges and burn their houses. Once the purge is over, the government should hire a foreign consulting company that will handle the nation’s budget and rebuild this nation from ground up. It is a fact that we filipinos cannot govern our own selves, let’s face it. Once we see power and wealth within our grasps, we don’t fucking care anymore. This is the only way to restore our nation and to bring back countless OFWs abroad and start a new life for the current generation.

There is no other solution.

Before we abandon this blog, we will give you the telephone number of Janet. All of them have accounts in Globe. So if you have friends working in the call centre of globe, you can hook up with them and uncover all their numbers. Once Janet’s number is out, it will only be a matter of hours before she switches to another number, so text her with something substantial that will drive her do the right thing. The family is still in the country but they will be leaving next week. Numerous congressmen and senators are already sending their children abroad so better hurry if we will start a bloody revolt. Burning the houses in ayala alabang and forbes park is a good place to start the purge.

Here is her number:
+63917 525 XXXX (edited)

Remember, this is not all Janet’s fault, her part in this grand scheme is very, very, very, little to be honest. The whole nation is in poverty because of the people you voted and they created laws that will make it legitimate to steal from you and me and from all of us. Kill all the congressmen. Kill all the senators. Don’t forget to kill the Macapagals and the Arroyos down to their last kin. Guard the airports and seaports, don’t let them out. And we will have our freedom and you will all get your taxes back. you can also kill kris aquino if you like.

Or maybe we can just sit back and relax and go back to work on Monday and forget that this blog ever existed. Just dont be mad when you see your payslip with the word TAX on it, and GSIS/SSS, and salary loans, and PAGIBIG and all those other shit that only your payroll team knows.

Tita Jenny, we are very sorry for this and to Jeane – we hate to admit but all the parties you had were all amazing and you really know how to bring the house down *wink wink high fives and down lows wink wink*. But we have to do this. Who knows tita jen, you may become a hero in this story because you became the catalyst to finally make a positive change in this country. But we think everyone is looking for you now. And there is no fucking way out.

And to the napoles children, all of you should have known that your parents were helping politicians steal money, you should have told them before to stop immediately. And to janet and jimmy, you should be ashamed of yourselves bringing your own demise to your family. and to ALL the politicians, PNP chiefs, Army chiefs, judges and cabinet members, just pray that the napoleses wont post your home addresses and phone numbers here on this blog – else you’ll be all fucked. (We want to see Glorya and Enrile fucked up so hard by the way – if a bloody revolt happens. How long enrile has been in power? since 1986? fuck hell, how much is his worth now?!?!)

xxxxxxx——-xxxxxxxx——xxxxxxx

(Haven’t you noticed that globe is owned by the ayalas, ayala alabang is of course alayas and every politician has a house in that village, and everything else is ayala – aside from the lopezes, cojuangcos, gokongweis, villars, madrigals, monteverdes, sys, tans, uys, villars, etc etc etc. I thought that we were free from the spaniards more than a century ago? Seems not.)


The x's there was purposely bleeped along with the telephone number by the blog owner, since it calls for a bloody action short of a massacre. Readers are mad, I am trying to keep my cool, until I saw this:

Anon 21 says:
Please check the Instagram accounts of jinggoy’s sons. (And save them before they delete/make it private). Lavish lifestyles too. Private jets and all. His 20yr old son also posted a photo evidencing his gambling in solaire. I think 21 years old ang legal age for gambling here in the Philippines.

I don't have an Instagram account, there was no link to this claim, but thinking that this could be true, wouldn't you get angry at this scandal? At this point, I am not saying that these are all true. However, we know that somewhere right now, there are persons who are siphoning off money from the people's coffer. And what do they do with easy money? Invest in stocks? They also lavish their kids with luxuries! All these happen while many people are hungry and roofless. Not just kids, but some attorneys who are serving the privileged ones.


lostchudent says:
Atty. Bruce Rivera, just moved in to his new place in Alabang. He is the lawyer of Janet Lim Napoles. You do the math.

By the way, here's Anonymous' answer to my earlier question on how much politicians earn from Janet Napoles and her corporation:



Anonymous says:
This is only a partial list of the members of house of representatives that earned through JLN Corporation. Senators not yet included. Literal na tumulo ang mga dugo namin sa pagbibilang dahil natutusok mga daliri namin sa dami ng stapler sa mga resibo at kunsumido na kameng magbilang at magcompute kaya naka-round off to the nearest thousands or millions ang mga amounts dito. halo halo ang mga cash vouchers, MOA, resibo, cash disbursements, at kung ano ano pang mga papel na may mga pangalan ng mga tao na yan na hindi din namin kilala. yung ibang mga papel may mga dates in the year 2004 hanggang 2009 pero initial listing pa lang ito. May mga 2010-2011 pa dito.

Sa mga nagsasabi na may hidden agendas mga anonymous dito, kung may hidden agendas sila or kame, hindi namin i-po-post ito ng libre at didiretso kame sa mga TV stations para benta namin mga nalalaman namin.

Kaya eto, binibigay namin sa inyo ng libre. Hindi pa kumpleto yan at estimate namin, bawat tao dyan 
siguro kumita ng average na 5M isang tao. Pero sa pag-co-compute namin, mahirap pa din ang mga Napoles sa mga tao na nakalista dito kung ikukumpara sila sa isat isa kasi hindi naman pera nila Napoles ito, pondo ng mga tao na nakalista dito.

Naka excel format ito kaso paglagay namin sa comment sections nagiba ng format. Ayaw na namin mag-edit, kayo na lang umintindi. (Dulzspeaks: Okay, I did the editing)

ENJOY READING!

Abdulgani Salapuddin  768,000
Abdullah Dimaporo  590,000
Alfredo Marañon Jr  1.2M
Alipio Badelles  4.8M
Amado Espino Jr.  5M
Ancieto Saludo Jr  766,000
Angelo Montilla  2.8M
Antonio Cuenco  1M
Antonio Floirendo Jr.  3M
Antonio Lagdameo Jr.  600,000
Antonio Nachura  2.9M
Arrel Olaño  350,000
Arthur Celeste  3.1M
Arthur Pingoy  3.2M
Augusto Syjuco Jr  3M
Aurelio Umali  3.8M
Bellaflor J. Angara Castillo  3M
Belma Cabilao  2.8M
Benasing Macarambon Jr.  830,000
Carlos Padilla  4.2M
Cecilla Seares Luna  5M
Celso Lobregat  450,000
Charity Leviste  350,000
Conrado Estrella III  2M
Cynthia Villar  2M
Danton Bueser  3.8M
Didagen Dilangalen  100,000
Doglas Cagas  5M
Edcel Lagman  1.8M
Edelmiro Amante  855,000
Edgar Espinosa  280,000
Edgardo Chatto  2.9M
Edwin Uy  2M
Emilio Espinosa Jr  4M
Ernie Clarete  4M
Erwin Chiongbian  3.2M
Exequiel Javier  5.8M
Faustino Dy III  320,000
Fausto Seachon Jr  5M
Federico Sandoval II  5.2M
Felix Alfelor Jr.  3.9M
Felix William Fuentebella  2.9M
Florencio Miraflores  1.3M
Francis Escudero  3M
Francis Nepomuceno  5M
Francisco Perez  5M
Fredenil Castro  750,000
Generoso Tulagan  2.8M
Gerardo Espina Sr  1M
Gilbert Remulla  1.4M
Glenda Ecleo  4.2M
Gregorio Ipong  2.8M
Guimid Matalam  5M
Harlin Abayon  2M
Herminio Teves  1M
Hussin Amin  2.8M
Imee Marcos  2M
Isidro Real Jr  4.2M
Isidro Rodriguez Jr.  900,000
Jacinto Paras  3M
Jesnar Falcon  3.9M
Joaquin Chipeco Jr  4.9M
Jose Apolinario Lozada Jr.  4M
Jose Solis  4.3M
Josefina Joson  4M
Josephine Ramirez Sato  2.2M
Juan Pablo Bondoc  4M
Juan Ponce Enrile Jr  4.8M
Jurdin Jesus Romualdo  655,000
Liwayway Chato  3.8M
Lorna Silverio  200,000
Magtanggol Gunigundo   900,000
Manuel Ortega  3M
Manuel Zamora  900,000
Marcelino Libanan  3M
Mauricio Domogan  3.8M
Mayo Almario  345,000
Monico Puentevella  3.3M
Napoleon Beratio  3M
Nenet San Juan  765,000
Orlando Fua Jr.  720,000
Oscar Garin  2M
Oscar Moreno  3M
Oscar Rodriguez  4.8M
Plaridel Abaya  5M
Prospero Amatong  2.9M
Prospero Nograles  5M
Prospero Pichay Jr  4M
Rafael Nantes  5.1M
Raul Del Mar  2.2M
Raul Gonzalez  850,000
Renato Unico Jr  4.8M
Reynaldo Uy  450,000
Robert Barbers  4M
Roberto Cajes  855,000
Roberto Puno  2M
Rodolfo Albano Jr  150,000
Rodolfo Plaza  4M
Rolex Suplico  700,000
Romeo Jalosjos  2M
Rommel Amatong  280,000
Romualdo Vicencio  1M
Ronaldo Andaya  800,000
Roque Ablan  1.7M
Roseller Barinaga  250,000
Ruben Torres  4M
Sally Ponce Enrile  4M
Samuel Dangwa  4M
Soraya Jaafar  3M
Tomas Dumpit  3.2M
Trinidad Apostol  850,000
Vicente Sandoval  2.9M
Victor Sumulong  5M
Vida Espinosa  4M
Zenaida Ducut  6M

Anonymous says:

Each name here with its respective equivalent amount is only a summation of 2-4 months worth of transactions with JLN. We have not completed adding all receipts, documents, etc for the 2004-2011 period.

We are still not sure if we want to do this because we are tired already and pissed. you can now imagine the value of each representatives. Ask yourselves, how many months are there in total from 2004-2011?

If this is true and not just some random numbers paired to a name, I have no good words to say to the honorable men and women of the Philippine congress.

By the way, an insider's story of how money is juiced from the already empty coffers:
 

Anonymous says:
I was once offered to create development projects using the PDAF of some senators, especially the reelectionists during the 2013 elections. That was between 2011-2012. The deal was: 60/40. That is 60% goes back to the senator to be used as campaign funds, and 40% goes to the ‘project’ and others. The ‘others’ here meant people who are involved in the transaction, which all in all they will get 20%. The project proponent gets 20% of the amount. The lowest amount offered was Php2 million. I initially entertained the offer. I submitted 3 project proposals with the total amount for funding of Php6 million. I foolishly involved three cooperatives with the intention that the 20% we’d receive would be used for the ‘real project.’

But there’s something that struck my senses when I brought the coop leaders to the Senate in June last year (2012) for a meeting with a senator and a couple of senate staff who would process the papers — that I could only be used by politicians as a pawn in their game. I was even introduced to Sandra Cam, the whistle blower that Lacson and Erap used against Gloria Arroyo. After the meeting I went straight back home and thought carefully about the consequences of my action. I decided not to pursue nor to follow it up. My conscience could not simply take it.

Even if the people would pressure Congress to remove the PDAF, legislators would not heed because it is necessary for them because their constituents would demand from them concrete, visible projects. But COA should demand full accountability; PDAF disbursements should be audited. After all its the public’s money and not to be used for discretionary by indiscreet politicians. 

It seems that we, the people have a participation to this scam after all. It all starts from the bottom and magnified at the top. Sadly, very few of them are enjoying our money in contrast to the millions of Filipinos who are denied of basic services. See Anonymous' computations here:


Anonymous says:
MAGISIP TAYONG LAHAT NGAYON SA MATH NG MGA BAWAT PULITIKO!

assuming each of them is married:
x = 2

each couple has children, average of 4
y = 4

each couple has parents
z = 4

total family members A
A = x+y+z
A = 2+4+4
A = 10

each couple has an average extended family members of 10
w = 10
x = 2
u = wx
u = (10)(2)
u = 20

TOTAL FAMILY MEMBERS OF EACH POLITICIANS
B = A+u
B = 10 + 20
B = 30
** Assumption that misstresses are not included.

24 – senators
288 – house representatives

S = 24B
S = (24)(30)
S = 720 combined total of senators and their family members

H = 288B
H = (288)(30)
H = 8,640 combined total of members of house of representatives and their family members

GRAND TOTAL
G = S+H
G = 720+8,640
G = 9,360

98% of the tax you pay is being fed to the lavish lifestyles of 9,360 people. Only 2% is brought back to you by means of “waiting shade projects” “basketball courts” “elementary schools” “aspalto sa kalsada” “poso tubig” “fertilizer” “overpass” “footbridge” etc etc etc.

Current population ng buong pilipinas is approximately 102M.
Metro Manila population is approximately 20M.
Ngayon, sabihin natin na 75% ng 20M na tao sa Metro Manila ay nasa edad 18-60, meron tayong 15M sa Metro Manila pa lang.

15 Milliong pilipino laban sa 9,360 na mga tao na nakikinabang ng buwis na binabayad nating lahat para lang ipakain at buhayin ang mga maluluho nilang lifestyles. Bakit tayo matatakot?

Noong WW2, meron lang 20 aleman na sundalo para bantayan ang daang-daang mga hudyo sa mga concentration camps, at ano ending? halos maubos lahi ng mga hudyo at ang daming namatay sa kanila. Bakit? dahil takot sila at wala silang alam. Pero ngayon, asan ang mga hudyo? Matatalino na sila at hindi na sila takot.

15 milyong pilipino laban sa halos 10libong mga ganid na nakikinabang sa pinaghirapan natin – hanggang kelangan tayo magiging ignorante, walang alam at takot?

15M vs 10thousand

Kelangan na nating kumilos. Ayokong lumaki mga anak ko na nagtatrabaho para lang mabuhay ang mga magnanakaw.

Mind-blowing, right? I also do not want my kids to grow up in a rotten society where some rich kids are being pampered by their parents out of people's money. But I am asking myself. What can I do? What can we do as a nation to cleanse our country of corruption?

I hope the things that were exposed by the anonymous persons will not go in vain. I hope they will all have the guts to say this:


Anonymous says:
I’m one of the ‘anonymous’ commenters. And I’m willing to share my story and experience about the 60/40 offer of PDAF misuse. I still have my project studies and people who could confirm my story. It should be an opportunity for investigative journalists to dig deeper into the issue. It is a ‘scandal’ that government should resolve.

Kudos to all the Anonymous persons who brought these informations out in the open. Yes, most of these informations are unverified so it's up to you, readers, to separate the chaff from the wheat. It may look like high-tech online rumormongering to some but isn't it that where there's smoke, there's fire?


The fire is fanned. Keep it burning. We do not deserve a corrupt-free Philippines if we will not do our part. To the Filipinos, let us do our part by living right and choosing the right. Let us keep our eyes open and be informed. Let us help stop corruption!

I sincerely hope the proper authorities, be it the DOJ, the Ombudsman, the Congress, or even the Senate, will conduct their own investigation to serve justice to the people or to the Napoleses. These should not end in blogs or online discussions. We deserve to know the truth. Let Lady Justice speak the truth.

Thank you, MommyJ, for sharing your blog and for accommodating all the readers.

Again, her blog: http://momandpopmoments.com/




Updates:


1. Anonymous warned about bombs. Two days after he posted his comment, we got this in the news: Cotabato was bombed. Coincidence?

2. Janet Lim-Napoles' lawyer threatens Rappler. Rappler publishes the letter from Kapunan Garcia & Castillo Law Office. Rappler says it is intimidating but I don't think Rappler is intimidated.

3. An online petition was prepared urging the President of the Philippines about "Transparency to Filipinos in liquidating every single cent taken from taxes". Please sign the petition here.

Meanwhile, an Anonymous office worker summarized the characters in the Pork Barrel scam saga. She was even reprimanded by her boss for not completing some tasks. Here it is:


Anonymous says:

SUMMARY OF THIS BLOG, DIFFERENT ONLINE BLOGS AND ONLINE NEWS ABOUT THIS MULTI BILLION PESO SCAM FOR EASY READING
(JULY 31 – AUGUST 6) UPDATES

- Jimmy Napoles is a retired Marine Major officer and BFF with Gregorio “Gringo” Honasan. They are together in the failed coup attempt during the Cory administration. Jimmy Napoles’ was operating the .50 calibre gun of an APC or Battle Tank charging to Camp Crame when it ran out of fuel. Philippine Army fired mortar shells to the APC / Battle Tank and poured fuel and set the vehicle on fire to flush out people inside. The driver of the APC / Battle Tank Died and Jimmy Napoles was burned. Jimmy was confined at V. Luna hospital. Honasan was jailed.

- The Napoles family are:
Jaime “Jimmy” Napoles
Janet “Jenny” “Dragon” Lim Napoles
Jo-Christine “X-Tin” “Neneng” Lim Napoles
James “Butsoy” Lim Napoles
Jeane “Las Vegas” Lim Napoles
Christian Napoles

- The Luy / Lim Siblings:
Ronald “Bullet” Francisco Lim
Janet “Jenny” “Dragon” Lim Napoles
Reynald “Jojo” Luy Lim

- The Luys/Lims lineage originated in Mindanao, particularly in Maluso, Lamitan, Zambonga and Cagayan De Oro.

- The Napoles family own properties in office unit in Ortigas, houses in Ayala Alabang, houses and plot of lands in Forbes Park, a Hotel in California, an apartment unit in Las Vegas, farmlands in Zamboanga and other real estate properties in the Philippines, USA and China, bank accounts in Philippines, USA, Hong Kong and China.

- The Apprentices:
John Lim (Eldest son of three children of Ronald “Bullet” Francisco Lim)
Role: JLN Corporation money courier and delivery boy to the politicians
Benhur Luy (Relative, half brother, anak ng katulong, of the Lims and Luys)
Role: Works closely with Janet as an assistant, courier and accountant. Turned whistle blower after relationship fallout with Janet.
Merlina Suñas (JLN Employee)
Role: Installed as a President by Janet for the NGO People’s Organization For Progress and Development Foundation Inc. Turned also as whistleblower

- There are still 4 unidentified whistleblowers under the “protection” of DOJ and NBI. All whistleblowers are former JLN employees.

- These are the people with very very closed ties with Janet and served as bank / investment account holders after they turn the PDAF / SARO cheques into cash. Consolidated value listed is bigger than actual amount. Transaction period from 2007 – 2011.

Gertrudes Luy: Php65milion
William Lim: Php35million
Vanessa Ajos Eman: Php30million
Edwin Tan: Php10million
Liza Ho Maclang: Php15million
Winnie Villanueva: Php120million
John Raymond De Asis: Php130million
Rosita Kawson Co: Php Php32million
Bonifacio Lao Maclang: Php10million
Karen Panlilio Pantoja: Php40million

- JNL’s NGO / Foundation that were created within 10 years:

Development Program for Farmers Foundation Inc.
People’s Organization for Progress and Development Foundation Inc.
Philippine Agri and Economic Program for Farmers Foundation Inc.
Agrikultura Para Sa Magbubukid Foundation Inc.
Masaganang Ani Para Sa Magsasaka Foundation Inc.
Countrywide Agri and Rural Economic Developmen Foundation Inc.

- Prospero Pichay created the Asia Prime Energy Development Corp (Asia Star Power Resources Corporation) and Jimmy Napoles is the Chairman Of The Board. The purpose of the corporation is to become a front company in the energy sector in Mindanao as a provider of electricity and power. Funding for their “proposed projects” will be coming from PDAF of house representatives members based in the South.

http://a-starpower.com/BOARD_MEMBERS_AND_OFFICERS.html

- Manuel “Mar” Roxas is implicated because of his cousin / relative Johnny Roxas, a former JLN employee. The two Roxas received gifts like cars and watches from JLN as an incentive for PDAF allocations and signatures of mayors in the Negros region.

- Panfilo Lacson is implicated because the Napoles and Lacson have the same real estate agent in purchasing houses in Ayala Alabang on San Isidro St.

- Bong Revilla, Jinggoy Estrada, Juan Ponce Enrille, Tito Soto, Jurdin Jesus Romualdo, Zenaida Ducut, Prospero Pichay, Rene Maglanque, Albert OJ Ambagan, Erwin Chiongbian, Gregorio Ipong,Proceso Alcala, are only the FEW of the COUNTLESS politicians the benefited from JLN Corp. through their ghost projects

- There are confirmed (or alleged?) 115 members of house of representatives that benefitted from JLN’s Foundation. They earned from Php2million to Php200million in a span of 10 years.

- JLN Corporation has an office address at 2502 Discovery Centre in Ortigas Centre.

- Discovery Center / Suites is owned by the Tiu family. Jose “Jun” Pareno is the COO of Discovery Suites. Ruben Tiu has a coal mining business overseas. One of the Tiu daughters is the girlfriend of James “Butsoy” Lim Napoles.

- After the whistleblowers’ accounts, couple of bombs already happened in Mindanao, birth place of the Luys, Lims, and the Napoleses.

- You can follow another blog at for another perspective:
http://dulzspeaks.blogspot.com/2013/08/anonymous-speaks-pork-barrel-scam.html

(Napagalitan ako ng boss ko dahil hindi ko na fax yung purchase order sa supplier namin dahil ginagawa ko ito. Hindi ko alam kung papano ako makakatulong sa bansa para malunasan itong issue na ito, pero sana sa pag summarize ko ng mga balita, makatulong ako. At kayo mambabasa para naman sulit yung pagalit ng boss ko sakin, i-share nyo na lang itong pinaghirapan ko sa mga social media sites niyo hanggang sa kumalat sa buong mundo.)

Kudos to you, Anonymous, for your passion and dedication towards this emerging cause. Going through this summary, I can only shake my head.

Wait. This one-liner caught my attention:

felix says:
AUGUST 5, 2013 AT 3:26 PM
Puro kayo anonymous bakit kayo takot

Anonymous Incorporated speaks:


“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.”

-Oscar Wilde


This is a developing story so keep following.



P.S. Please like Anonymous Incorporated at Facebook. The comments of Anonymous are in that page also.


LATEST UPDATE: Raps were filed versus 38 individuals with Janet Napoles on the 38th slot.

Read more:

Executive Summary by the NBI on the PDAF complaints filed against Janet Lim-Napoles, et al. | Official Gazette of the Republic of the Philippines


997 comments:

  1. Ganyan na pala kalala ang nangyayari sa pilipinas. kawawa naman ang mga pilipino. aping api na. wala na tayong pag-asa.

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  2. too long to read :))

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    1. take time... so that you can balance the issue... not just eavesdrop...

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    2. Too long? proud ka pang sabihin yan? I am a teacher, due date ng computed grades namin bukas but I still took time to read because I am concerned para sa bansa natin. Too long to read? Dahil sa mga kagaya mo kaya di umuunlad bansa natin.

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    3. Naman...tanga lang.

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    4. This bitch is a fucking moron...

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  3. If you dont want to read, you can download the audio file at www.idontwanttoreadcozimastupidfuck.com.

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  4. last time i checked, the link to the orginal blog is broken. here we go folks, mop up drive on the move.

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  5. ^ uhm, nope it is still there, just the link from this site is broken.

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  6. 0917 5250034 janet's number. Please spread the word and give her what she deserves. Thanks.

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  7. May they all rot in hell!

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  8. Lets support Mirriam:

    http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2013/07/31/1035471/miriam-files-resolution-abolishing-pork-barrel

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  9. Actually, I did this to ensure that there's a copy of the comments posted in MommyJ's blog. I was just a reader but when some expressed their fear that her blog might be targeted, copy-paste na agad! At least, let's give them a hard time to erase the "truth that hurts".

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  11. a bomb exploded in Cotabato. Is it one of those bombs mentioned by Anonymous? i hope it is not. this country is doomed and is going to the dogs.

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    1. or maybe to divert the public's attention.

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    2. It is indeed. The prophecy has begun. This country, the world will be experiencing great global crisis. And all these crocs were just part of it. The world is indeed destined to be doomed.

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  12. Baltazar A. RafalesAugust 6, 2013 at 11:08 AM

    So maybe this is the reason why all the senators and even the President Noynoy has no response to the issue of AMOSUP! AMOSUP has a bigger scam than the pork barrel!

    see this links: http://www.tilj.org/content/journal/41/num1/Nickson103.pdf

    http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/california/cacdce/2:2010cv04845/476456/153

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  13. Magpasakop na tayo sa US, un na lng ang way, tama ung sinabi ni anonymous, magandanng solution ay patayin buong lahi ng mga magnanakaw na yan.

    Ngunit gustuhin man nating makiisa, may kanya kanya tayong personal na problema. Halimbawa saken, kailangan ko kumayod para maipagamot ang ama ko na may sakit at ang 8 libong tax ko bwan bwan ay hindi katumbas ng buhay ko sakaling mamatay ako sa pakikibaka.

    Malamang ganyan din ang nasa saloobin ng ibang pilipino kaya di tayo kumikilos.

    Gaya ng sabi ni anonymous, wala tayong kakayahan na mamahala. Kahit ung mga susunod natin na iboboto ay titiklop din kapag kaharap na ang napakalaking pera at kakainin din sila ng impluwensya ng mga magnanakaw sa gobyerno.


    Kesa humantong sa madugong pag aaklas at pagkatapos ay babalik din naman sa kung san tayo naiwan, mainam pang magpasakop nlng tayo maging madugo man dahil malamang di papayag ang gobyerno. para na rin to sa kapakanan ng mga magiging anak natin.

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    1. Nope. I dont think merging with US would be a great idea. The country itself is going downhill. And second,you have no idea how worst would it be in there.

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  14. well, what can we do as a minimum wage earning citizen?

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    1. share the story to your contacts online.

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  15. Detailed, pwedeng kilala nya talaga.. Pero alam naman natin lahat na yan naman nagyayari. Kaya hopeless na Pilipinas kasi sagad sa ugat ang corruption dito.Recycled naman mga pulitiko natin naiiba lang mukha pero isa pa din dalang pangalan. bakit and mga doctor gustong pag dokturin mga anak nila? kasi, nakakapag-pagaling ka na may kinikita ka pa na konti. ganun din siguro sa mga abugado, engineer at iba pa.. Sa pulitiko iba, bakit nila pinapasok mga anak nila sa pulitika? kasi family business and it's a good business!

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  16. Sa nababasa kong ganito, ang BP ko tumataas..grabe mamatay na sana silang lahat bumalik na sila sa impyerno.. grabe na pahirap sa bayan... tanggalin ang mga politicians na mga yan...

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  17. Hindi makataong gawain ang kanilang gingagawa sa ating bayan at sa mga taong kanilang pinaglilingkuran. Wala na talagang pag asa ang mga pilipinong maka ahon. Kung Mawawalang bisa ang ating mga batas sa loob ng isang araw uubusin ko silang lahat, kasalanan ang pumatay pero sa mga ganitong klaseng tao na nabubuhay wala silang karapatan na huminga sa lupa. Dapat sa kanila ay ibaon sa lupa at ng makasama na nila si satanas sa impyerno. Patawarin ako ng dyos sa mga nasabi ko, isasakripisyo ko ang sarili kong buhay mawala lang itong mga hayup na ito...

    City Hunter

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  18. Sinasayang Ng mga walang kwentang pulitiko na Yan ang mga boto natin

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  19. tama sabi ni Anonymous na magkakaron ng mga pagbomba, nangyari na nga para matabunan ang pork scam

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  20. na iiyak ako habang binabasa ko to...yung feeling na may pag asa pa ba tayo? malalaking tao kalaban, madaming connection...ano laban natin sa kanila?...pinag halo halong emotion..sadness, despair, anguish...parang ang hopeless na...lord tulongan mo po kami >_< anong magagawa namin para sa bansang ito?!!

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  21. sana may magmarcha na edsa na mga civilian na may mga baril oh pangsunog magoout ako agad sa work at sasama akong sunugin ang mga bahay ng mga tanginang yan matagal ko na silang gstong sunugin im not a murderer or and i dont wish to be even be called one kaso worth nila yun e

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  22. thank you FVR at hindi na ako nagbabayad ng INCOME TAX dahil OFW ako. PERO naaawa ako sa mga relatives and friends ko na nagbabayad pa at lalung lalu na sa mga kawawang mga empleyado na nakakaltasan bawat buwan! tama na sobra na ihinto niyo na!

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  23. pag nakulong sila lahat sinong matitira at mgpapalaka
    d sa gobyerno natin. analysis lng

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  24. awesome....we need more of these ..

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  25. kaya nga dapat ang payagan nalang na bumoto ay yung mga tax payers, dahil ginagamit lang ng mga ugok na mgapulitiko natin ang mga mahihirap para sila maluklok sa pwesto. ang pang suhol sa mga mahihirap ay yung mga perang galing sa buwis nag mga simpleng tao na tama at wasto ang buwis na ibinabayad.....

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    1. Tama to, kasi yung mga mahihirap na taong ang madadaling mauto ng mga ganid na pulitiko, kaso di pwede gawin to, labag sa konsepto ng demokrasya ang di pagsama sa iba sa desisyon na mangyayare sa buong bansa natin

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  26. ang maliit na maitutulong ko - ayaw ko nang maniwala sa politiko, ipapasa at ipapaliwanag ko sa aking pamilya at mga kamaganak na walang access sa social media o computer ang aking nalaman.

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  27. Please Backup your Database and make a thousand of copies

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  28. I watched the TV Patrol and no mention of Napoles anymore :/

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  29. send a copy of this to Pnoy... haaaaaaayyy,grabe ang kalakaran. tama ka, hirap nga tayo, nakakapagtataka nga naman, itong mga politicians payaman ng payaman. pati mga anak pinapasok na sa politics. pero di naman ngtatarabaho, mas nakikita mo pa sa tv, may teleserye.. wow!!!

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  30. Tita Dulz, maganda yung analysis mo dito. Your blog visitors are fast picking up as an alternative site from the original post.

    May mga latest updates na yung mga Anonymous sa kabila, puwede nyo po bang i-update yung content dito para mabasa din nung mga susunod na visitors, including your own blow-by-blow comments. Thank you po.

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  31. If our dear president doesn't act now,later on he'll just be collateral damage.I urge the few patriotic soldiers we have left to start the purge.Let's stop this long festering disease.It is either us or them.The law is no more.It is them who made it and them who mocks it.Yes I answer to the call to arms.Yes lets stop this madness once and for all,I say we kill them all!!!

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  32. anak ng walang hiya naman oh..andito na nga ako sa abroad nagpapakahirap kinukotong lang pala ang tax ng remittance..pambihira..

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  33. The theory on the planned bombings to divert the citizens' attention from the napoles scam became reality in CDO last month and in Cotabato yesterday in Cotabato...kawatan na, mass murderers pa -- if it wasn't mere coincidence. God have Mercy on us, Filipinos.

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  34. Mr/Ms Anonymous, may I ask if you happen to know Mia Rica Nazario Syjueco?

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  35. grabe ito na nag uumpisa na yang mga bombings and killing innocent lives... para lang matakpan tong kagimbal gimbal na pang "uuwat" (pang loloko) sating mga Pilipino...

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  36. This is indeed janet napoles' number as posted by the same anonymous above. 0917 5250034

    I tried texting her and she's even fighting back. Kapal ng mukha.

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  37. Bl, pa-post dito mga msges nyo and janet for the world to see and shame her endlessly.

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  38. Hi anonymous 9:38!. she wouldn't defend herself, magmumura lang like PI, g@g0, fu, female organ etc. Classy di ba. I just said chaka pa din si jeane kahit bihisan ng ginto. Lol. Sarap lang pikunin. Totoo naman eh.

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  39. let's keep exposing them so one day change will come and justice will be served. Mabuhay ka Pilipinas. Bumangon ka at lumaban!

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  40. I read it in its entirety and boy, all I could say is, WOW. Nagngingitngit ang savings account at bulsa ko sa galit. Tuwing kinsenas nanlulumo ako sa tax na nakasulat sa aking payroll tapos ipopondo lang pala sa party ni Jeane Napoles in Beverly Hills, y'all!

    Just thinking aloud... What about spreading infographics and online charts of the exposes, translating them to Filipino so the masses can understand, and distributing paper trails as well as an aide to blogs possibly being shut down?

    Of course, there has to be a daredevil / technologically adept netizen to step up.

    Hay. It's selfish to say that these information makes me want to migrate, but the country's situation feels rather hopeless. :(

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  41. totoo lahat ang nabasa ko at sana tamaan ng kidlat ang lahat ng mga taong nagpapahirap sa ating bansa..sabagay may hahatol din sa kanila.. ang ating Panginoon...

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  42. after reading .. mga anak ko ang naalala ko.. paano na lang kung hinde pa rin napapalitan ang mga taong ganid sa pagpapatakbo ng ating bansa ano na lang magiging buhay nila.. kami nandito sa Saudi bilang OFW nag sasakripisyo para sa kanila... sila nagnanakaw para sa mga anak nila.. nakakahiya sila....

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  43. mahihirapan talaga bumangon ang pilipinas sa kahirapan kung ganyan ang kalakaran ng gobyerno...

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  44. Phillipine gov't and system rotten to core... pwe!

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  45. pagkatapos ni Marcos, ilang president na ang sumigaw na lalabanan nila ang corruption? ilang senador, congressman, mayor councilman at barangay captain ang nangakong hindi sila magnanakaw? huh! walang manloloko kung walang magpapaloko! Hinayaan kasi natin.

    Mrs. Napoles, yang Porsche ng anak mo partly galing yan sa tax ko, baka pwedeng pahatid sa trabaho bukas.

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  46. WALANG MANGYAYARI SA KASO NA ITO KUNG WALA TAYONG GAGAWIN. MAGSISIMULA ANG PURGE PEOPLE POWER NGAYONG BIYERNES, AGOSTO 9, SA HARAP NG DISCOVERY SUITES SA MAY ADB AVENUE. KELANGAN NATIN PASUKIN ANG OPISINA NG JLN SA 2502 AT MAGDALA TAYO LAHAT NG CAMERA, ITAK, PALAKOL, PILLBOX, MOLOTOV, ETC.

    PAGKATAPOS NATIN SUNUGIN ANG OPISINA NILA, DIDIRETSO TAYO SA FORBES PARK PARA MANINGIL, PAGKATAPOS SA CONGRESS SA QC, AT SUNUGIN NATIN ANG CONGRESS BILANG SIMBOLO NG KATAPUSAN NG PAGNANAKAW.

    ALAM NATIN LAHAT NA HINDI NA MALULUTAS NG HEARING AT IMBESTIGASYON ANG LAGANAP NA NAKAWAN NA ITO.

    ONE DAY THE POOR WILL HAVE NOTHING LEFT TO EAT BUT THE RICH. DUMATING NA ANG ARAW NA IYON.

    PAKIKALAT SA SOCIAL MEDIA, SA TEXT, SA TSISMIS, SA TWEETER, SA FACEBOOK, SA EMAIL, SA BLOGS, SA LAHAT.

    AGOSTO 9, 8:00AM SA TAPAT NG DISCOVERY SUITES.

    PURGE PEOPLE POWER. SIMULAN NA NATIN TAPUSIN ANG NAKAWAN NA NAGPAPAHIHIRAP SA BAYAN.

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  47. Ma'am/Sir,

    May suggestions lang po ako.

    Ang nakikita ko po kasing first step para may action na mangyari is maging aware ang mga tao. Sa ngayon, kumakalat na itong information sa internet. Pero since ang audience ng internet sa Pilipinas ay limited lang sa middle class, sa tingin ko hindi enough na sa internet lang maspread itong idea. So ang una ko pong suggestion ay gumawa ng way para malaman din itong info ng mga masa. Ang naisip kong way ay through text since ang text naman ay sikat sa lahat ng tao sa Pilipinas. Pwede ring kausapin din yung mga activists group (Anakbayan, Kabataang Makabayan, etc) na tumulong din sa pag disseminate ng info sa masa (magaling sila sa propaganda e).

    Isa pang group ng tao na pwede ring makatulong ay yung mga OFWs. Malaking bagay na makuha ang support ng OFWs kasi ang remmitance galing sa kanila ay malaki. Sabi nga "Economic power begets political power". So kunyari ay magthreat na magboycott sa pagpadala ang mga OFWs (or gawing bare minimum lang ang ipapadala sa pamilya sa Pinas), mapipilitang gumalaw ang gobyerno.

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  48. Sobra na Kaya ayaw umalis sa mga puwesto para lang magnakaw ng kabang bayan Malasin sana mga pamilya nyo mga linta ng gobyerno

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  49. Yun mga activists groups din naman puro ingay lang wala rin naman naitutulong.

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  50. people of the philippines please wake up... these so called Honorable politicians are bullshits. we shld not put this to rest!

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  51. "Yun mga activists groups din naman puro ingay lang wala rin naman naitutulong."

    pag may sunog, yung mga nagsisisigaw ng "SUNOG", may naitutulong din kahit hindi sila mismo ang pumatay ng apoy.

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  52. Ang mga magnanakaw, nasa lupa pa sila, impiyerno na ang buhay nila. Bet you umiinom ang mga yan nga antidepressants at sleeping pills. walang katahimikan para sa magnanakaw lalo na kung ang ninanakawan ang mga kapuspalad na walang mga bahay at makain. sana magsisi na sila sa mga kasalanan nila kung ganun maari pa sila patawarin. seek the truth and it will set you free.

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  53. I'm afraid that the explosion happened in Cotabato City is linked into this to divert us in this issue. How can we able to stop this. I'm afraid on the future of my kids. No matter how hardworking we are to lift everybody in this country. It seems like all hope we are holding on will be just dreams forever.

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  54. May nasunog na bus kanina sa edsa. Yung mga pagsabog sa mindanao, unti unti na nilang dinadala dito sa metro manila.

    Dun sa mga taong ilusyonada na umaasang kakarmahin sila, tutulungan kayo ng pagano niyong diyos, bulag na naniniwala na magkakaron ng imbestigasyon, umaasa sa due process - LAHAT NG IYAN WALANG KAKAHINATNAN.

    Ang hindi na lang natin nasusubukan yung madugong rebolusyon. Hindi ko kaya magisa ang sunugin ang discovery, congress or senate. Kelangan tulong tulong tayo. Kelangan na natin tigilan ang ilusyon na tutulungan tayo ng gobyerno.

    Kelan ka kikilos? Kelan tayo kikilos? Pag napatay na nila mga anak natin, kapatid, magulang at mga mahal sa buhay?

    SASAMA AKO SA PURGE PEOPLE POWER NA YAN, PERO TANGINA NAMAN, SUMAMA NAMAN KAYO.

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  55. Can't we hire the CIA or any foreign investigators to help us out? Our government controls everything from media to the NBI.

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  56. Contact the UN or something.

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  57. I have a feeling that the elites are "all in this together" even the US government. And the CIA? The killed Martin Luther King Jr. Wala tayong aasahan sa kanila.

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  58. please join the cause, we can't plan here openly. totoo ba ung sa friday? if so, please find a way to initiate the plan. di ako manghihinayang sa pamasahe ko papunta sa discovery, sana lng may madatnan ako

    plans, things to bring, wala na ba tayo masasandalan, wala na bang gaya ni trillanes na nag initiate laban kay arroyo pero nakulong din sya kc kaunti lng sila? mauulit ba satin to? kaya sila matapang dahil duwag tayo tandaan nyo yan

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  59. And the bombings continue. :( and now Manila is threatened. Asa news just now na may bus in flames, then may may bomb threat sa court of appeals. Grabe, naniniwala akong they would go this far to cover up the issue. Ilang inosente pa ang kelangan mag suffer? :( Ang hope dito is someone with money and with power at may tunay na pagmamahal sa bansa at sa kapwa Pilipino. Meron pa bang ganun? Sana totoo nalang si Batman. I believe di man natin makuha ang hustisya dito sa mundong ito, Diyos na bahala sa kanila. But then, I am concerned for my kids. Kawawa naman sila sa tipo ng gobyerno meron tayo.

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  60. good job ang alin? :)

    please somebody clarify ung sa friday, have the balls to do what you have stated here. I am not taking it lightly because I know na hindi nyo na magagawang magbiro sa ganito kaseryosong bagay. this is all our fight not only for those who have power to oppose them. please ponder and act

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  61. Mura lang buhay ng isang pilipino kung ikukumpara sa bilyong bilyong piso na kinikita nila. pustahan tayo, isisisi nila yan sa mga leftist, rightist, frontist, up-tist, down-ist, lahat na ng may "ist" na mga grupo.

    Tapos bida-bidahan PNP, NBI, AFP, tsaka kung ano ano pang acronym meron sila na gagawa sila ng malupet na imbestigasyon at mabilis na pagpapatupad ng batas.

    kung wala tayong gagawin at tatanga lang tayo mamya pag tapos ng opisina natin, huwag tayong magreklamo kung madadamay tayo pag may sumabog, nasunog, nabaril, natisod, nalunod etc. Dahil wala naman tayong ginawa at nagbasa lang tayo ng blog.

    Gora ako dyan sa people people power na yan. Kaso mukha lang tayong tanga pag wala pa tayong sampu doon. Malapit lang ba sa megamall yan? pano magpupunta dyan?

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  63. Kung pwede lang ideretso yung tax sa dapat pagtuunan nito na nde na dadaan sa gobyerno..sana pwede yun..napupuyat ako sa pagtatrabaho samantalang ung mga anak ng mga lintek na yan eh napupuyat sa pag ubos ng tax ko sa kakagimik nila!taena!

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  64. Yup, medyo malapit sa Megamall, in front of Podium. Siguro pupunta ko sa Friday, kunwari passersby lang, nagmo-mall. Tapos pakiramdaman na lang. Makikita na lang sa mata at magkaintindihan yung mga nakikiisa dito.

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  65. i am not an acquaintance or a friend to any of the people allegedly involved in the SCAM. Pero sana, people like Ms. Emilia Boncodin, who have passed and can no longer defend themselves, be spared...

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  66. Alisin na ang TAX sa mga empleyado ewan ko lang kung meron pang maghangad na tumakbo sa next election.

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  67. Guys, wag padadala sa galit at feeling of hopelessness. Don't forget that we have an awesome GOD. HE's our creator, protector, savior lahat lahat na. Let us all pray, PRAYER is POWERFUL. May kaunti tayong magagawa but the gravity of the situation we're in...si GOD ang may kasagutan.

    MAGDASAL TAYONG LAHAT!

    P.S. ok lang din pagdasal na kunin na silang lahat ni satanas mganwalang-hiya silang lahat!

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  68. Google earth nyo na lang yung discovery suites, eto coordinates:
    Latitude: 14°35'8.77"N
    Longtitude: 121° 3'35.95"E

    Dalawa entrance/exit ng building, yung offices sa ADB avenue, tapos yung hotel sa likod ng building.

    Yung puro "diyos" at "god god" dyan na puro pagano, nung people power kay marcos, yan din sinabi nila, yung mga madre, pare etc etc, nagdasal dasal pa. Asan tayo ngayon? Mga hipokrito, lalo tayo nabaon sa kahirapan. Yung nanay ng kasama ko dito sa trabaho, namatay sa cancer, kasi laging delayed yung paglabas ng pera sa GSIS, kulang lagi yung pang-chemo. Namatay sa PGH.

    Wala atang mag o-organize nito purge purge nato, basta pag dating sa venue, at umabot tayo dun at napuno natin lahat ng tao ang kalsada, magsisimula na tayo ng rebolusyon ng pagbabago. Night shifts kame sa huwebes ng gabi, tamang tama pag out namin. Andyan lang kame sa shaw boulevard. Patayin na lahat ng magnanakaw.

    Tama na, sobra na.

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  69. Kung meron lang ako paraan, I will kill them one by one by putting a bullet in their heads.

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  70. thank you for the information, We need to do our part as a filipino, if we really want CHANGE

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  71. And further, my son, be admonished by these. Of making many books there is no end, and much study is wearisome to the flesh. Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God and keep His commandments, for this is man's all. For God will bring every work into judgment, including every secret thing, whether good or evil. Ecclesiastes 12:12,13-14

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  72. please. kung totoo ung sa friday, malamang naaalarma na sila nito, I hope sa mga madadatnan ko sa friday, kung di kaya dahil sa bilang, usap lng, iipon tayo at gagawa ng tyempo, or malay mo may mga sundalo or rebelde sa ibang araw, tska tayo makibaka at makiisa. I cant find a way na ma-organize tayo dito na walang papasok na ispiya galing sa kanila. this is all our fight, our first priority is to just assemble

    Kung passerby lng tau lahat, walang gamit or armas, tingin nyo may mapapala tayo? Ilan tayo, malamang less than 20 lng yan, tanungin natin sarili natin kung kaya natin mambato, managa ng mga empleyado nila at manunog nang hindi natatakot mahuli ng pulis. Walang tutulong satin incase mahuli tayo.

    Di ko pnapahina ang loob nyo, im just wanted to use our kindled fire to proper use. tyempo lng mga kapatid, kht mabuo lng sana muna tayo

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  73. And further, my son, be admonished by these. Of making many books there is no end, and much study is wearisome to the flesh. Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God and keep His commandments, for this is man's all. For God will bring every work into judgment, including every secret thing, whether good or evil. Ecclesiastes 12:12,13-14

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  74. hehe funny, ang gagaling naman ng mga nagsulat nito. kung marami silang alam, bakit puro thru blogs and chismis and conspiracy theories lang ang style ng pagbubunyag nila. kasi kung alam nila ang katotohanan, ipaglaban nila. wala silang ipinag-iba sa mga pulitikong magnanakaw. magsama-sama sila sa impyerno.

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  75. please... ang daming alam nung nagsulat (not the blogger ha), eh yung word na seat ay sinulat nya as "sit", hindi tuloy kapani-paniwala.

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  76. Sino tiga Ayala Alabang dito? Eto address ng mga Napoles:

    No. 635 San Isidro St., Ayala Alabang Village

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  77. walang kwentang tsismis. kung may ebidensya ilabas!!!! wag magtago sa internet.

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  78. waw sunod sunod ah, mukhang natunton na ng kampon ng mga napoles to

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  79. Yung ebidensya nasa Inquirer! May photo copy si Prieto tsaka si Tulfo, kunin nyo mga tanga!

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  80. bombing might move to manila....

    http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/460595/enrile-warns-bombings-may-spill-over-to-metro-manila

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  81. guys, i suggest, mag proxy server kayo sa pagbbrowse at pagcocomment dito for safety purposes, lalo na sa mga sariling computer ang gamit at hindi comshop. they're here

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  82. mukang mind-conditioning ang hirit ni Sen. Enrile about "bombs may spill-over in Metro Manila". ano sa tingin nyo?

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  83. Nakakaloka. Speechless. Please keep us posted. I already shared this blog.

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  84. tama ka dyan, huling huli na eh, bakit sya ang kelangan magsalita para manakot sa bombing na yan (which i am sure na tototohanin nila talaga), eh samantalang dun sa scam na kinsangkutan nila di sya magsalita?

    kc less talk, less mistake, no comment, no mistake, pakapalan talaga ng mukha, hayop sila, wag na wag nilang gagalawin ang manila dahil walang papatakot dito, madami ang magrerebelde

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  85. maybe you can scan the documents and post them too.

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  86. Nagsimula na silang galawin ang Metro Manila, may sinunog na nga na bus eh. Halimbawa kung nadamay ka o pamilya nyo sa mga sunugan at sabugan na ganito tapos namatay ka or mga mahal nyo, ano gagawin nyo?

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  87. I have been following the news and blogs. I also felt the sense of helplessness, anger, fear & myriad other things.

    These problems are so huge & complex but I remembered, I can do 3 things.

    First, I can pray about this &lift it up to God & He can work this out in his own time & justice can be served. I can quote a lot of verses to support this but suffice to say, where our wisdom & strength ends, God's grace takes over.
    Second,I'll always be proud of our heritage & all the nice things that make me a filipino. I cannot change people but I can control me so I'll make sure I am productive & contributing to society's wellbeing.
    Third, I can share the news online & post my thoughts.

    I am a relatively new migrant but I still care mainly because my whole family is still in the Philippines. And I believe our country & people have flaws & issues but nothing's perfect.
    People may agree/disagree but for me, faith & positive thoughts surely won't hurt or add to the problem. We're all different, with various abilities & leanings and we can all play a part in this story.
    *To all the various anon - thank you for your inputs.

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  88. KARMA.........TO THE GUILTY.....

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  89. CNN? Trusted? Fuck that shit. The only media outlets I trust nowadays are the mostly independent outlets like Wikileaks. No bias, no mincing of words. Just facts. Now if any of this is really true I suggest the people themselves act on their own accord. The problem is that Filipinos FAIL at persecuting the rats of the same kind. Your senses dull when it comes to our same race. Much more if its "family". A crime is a crime. People who can act NEED to act now so that these rats can burn in the hell they so deserve.

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  90. Nagsimula na ang diversion: Bomba Bomba Bomba!

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  91. It wouldn't really surprise me to find that these anonymous were once member of them. But I've done my bit and shared this post. Hoping to wake more pinoys up.

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  92. Can we have this translated to Filipino?

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  93. Nagsimula na ang diversion: Bomba Bomba Bomba!
    Nagsimula na ang diversion: Bomba Bomba Bomba!
    Nagsimula na ang diversion: Bomba Bomba Bomba!
    Nagsimula na ang diversion: Bomba Bomba Bomba!

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  94. Sa analysis ko lang nagumpisang lumala lahat itong corruption ng bayan sa isang family. Sa mga Marcos especifically sa mag asawang Meldy at Ferdy at sa mga cronies nila.

    Pero lumaki noong panahon ni Tita Cory kasi when she was installed President through People Revolt hence, given the opportunity to stop corruption as a leader of a revolutionary government she was so fucked up in her ignorance and pa-pretty effect that she did not know what to do right; that was to run after the Marcoses and their cronies and prosecute them to the full extent of the law and incarcerate them for all eternity as a deterrent. Had she done this, our history would have followed the right course.

    Kaya nga may penal code, at may Judicial Branch ang government that is to make sure justice is served. Not only to small time criminals but most espcially to big time Mafia families such as the plunderers like Marcos and his cronies.

    Our country faced an important critical juncture in her history that the Cory revolutionary government could have used to reverse the evil effects of the abuses of the Marcos regime. But Tita Cory was to dumb she could not see it happening right under her nose. It could have served as a tipping point to reform and recover from the hard lessosns of history.

    But alas, what could an uninformed housewife who has a major in French do anyway, for a country as complicated as the Philippines!

    Then another critical juncture was again presented to another woman president through the incarceration of the then plundering, womanizing and gambling alcoholic President Joseph Ejercito Estrada but what did the stupid Gloria Macapagal Arroyo did? We all know she pardoned the unrepentant sinner! Is this getting ready for a presidential pardon for her own self too when her time comes?

    Obviously these two women presidents committed very serious sins against the Filipino people for not doing a good job as presidents and I hold them totally responsible and accountable for all the evil consequences of their bad leaderships, the institutionalization and proliferation of plunder among all private and public sectors of Philippine society. Why? Because the opportunity to stop corruption happened under their watch.

    Yan ang malungkot na part ng ating struggles as a nation and as a people. Our history is ugly because we made the mistakes of electing morally unworthy and unqualified leaders who pretend to know it all when they are devoid of even a small fraction of practical intelligence and wisdom to make sound judgments.

    Ang masama pa meron mga sira tayong kababayan ang ulo na gusto pang gawing santa si Tita Cory. What good has she done when she screwed up healing of this land. Even her parenting skills is questionable just look at Kris Aquino and P-Noy Aquino. I wouldn't be proud to have them as my children! These families are abominations to this nation!!!

    These two women presidents are the real cause of all our present troubles and sufferings they should repair for the injustice they did either in this life or the next.

    In this respect, I can only hope in the mercy and justice of the divine.

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  95. Baltazar A. RafalesAugust 7, 2013 at 7:22 PM

    Pag nagpasakop tayo sa mga Americano, para ibaba sa kapangyarihan ang mga magnanakaw, di kaya mga Americano naman ang magsasamantala sa ating mga Filipino at the end alipin pa rin ang mga Filipino!

    102 Million Pinoy laban sa 10K na magnanakaw sabihin na natin na 200K kasama na ang mga security or private army nila so 102 million laban sa 200K. UNITY and Prayers towards Justice and Freedom!

    By the way kung aalisin natin sa ating bansa ang mga magnanakaw sa government akala nyo ba ligtas na tayo sa mga magnanakaw?

    Hindi pa rin po! Sino ba ang nagapahirap sa mg Filipino seafarers at OFWs? Mga seafarers union at mga manning agency na nag do-donate ng million dollars sa Presidente ng Pilipinas and/or sa mga government officials kagaya ng may ari ng PTC, UPL at AMOSUP para may protection sila sa government sa kanilang pagnanakaw sa mga malililiit na Filipino seafarers! So dapat lang siguro na isama natin sila sa mag dapat sunugin sa plaza or sa Luneta?

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  96. nasan ang mga taga UP na supposedly ay nakikibaka at hindi natatakot? hmm. meron rin sigurong natatanggap na pork barrel yang mga anakbayan at anakpawis na yan.

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  97. Baltazar A. RafalesAugust 7, 2013 at 7:25 PM

    Lastly, ito medyo madugo sa lahat, bilang mga Christian saan ba tayo pumupunta pag Sunday morning? Church! Right? Yes, dahil we all believed that there is GOD! Pero halos lahat ng Religion sa ating bansa ay mga magnanakaw din ang mga lider nila? Mas malala pa ang mga ito dahil sila ang mga magnanakaw ng pera at kaluluwa natin! So dapat din nating isama ang mga False Prophet sa mga dapat sunugin sa mga plaza or sa Luneta! Ang tanong paano natin malalaman na sila nga ay mga False Prophet?

    Sagot:

    1. False religions does not encouraged their followers to read the Holy Bible, their leaders afraid that their followers may know the truth: read 1Corinthians 2:3-16; Joshua 1:8; Acts17:11; and Matthew 24:24

    2. False religions do not pay their taxes; read Matthew 17:24-27; Mark 12:14-17; Luke 20:21-26; Romans 13:5-10.

    3. False religions also chose women as their leaders: 1Timothy 1:9-16; 2Timothy 3:15-17; 2Peter 1:3-11; and Titus 3:1-7

    4. False religions urged their members to be generous most of them always used Malachi 3:10 and Acts 20:35 to oppress their followers.

    5. False religions teaching are taught by human wisdom and not from the Spirit of God: 1Corinthians 2:3-16

    6. Exodus 20:3-7

    I think it is useless kung aalisin natin sa ating bansa ang mga magnanakaw sa government at mga mapag samantala at ganid na mga businessman/women kung ang ugat or ang nagturo sa kanila sa kanilang kasakiman ay malayang pagala-gala sa Pilipinas! Ano ba sa palagay ninyo ang magiging bunga ng puno ng Santol, siempre po hindi yan magbubunga ng Mansanas! Ang mga followers ng False Prophet or False Religion ay hindi magkakaroon ng adhikain na makagawa sila ng kabutihan sa kanilang kapwa, dahil ang binibigyan lamang ng Holy Spirit ng DIYOS ay ang mga naniwala at tumanggap kay Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior at higit sa lahat ay yung mga sumunod sa kalooban ng DIYOS AMA!

    Kung susundin nating mga Pilipino ang kalooban ng DIYOS, nangako sya na…

    Exodus 19:5
    Exodus 15:26
    Deuteronomy 30:19-20
    Deuteronomy 28:7-13

    Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.
    Matthew 10:28

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  98. This is indeed janet napoles' number as posted by the same anonymous above. 0917 5250034. Let her hear our pains and give her what she deserves. Justice for the Filipino people.

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  99. Pukingina ka baltazar, kung wala kang masasabing maganda at may sense, huwag kang magsulat dito gago. Kaya napepeste yung mga blogs na matatalino na tulad nito hahaluan mo ng mga katarantaduhan eh.

    Sa mga internet users, download TOR for Windows and Mac. Then, pag open/click nyo ng Vidalia ("Onion"), may sariling web browser yan, dun kayo mag browse, from there, safe na IP address nyo and naka-mask na connection nyo.

    Sa mga nasa opisina or internet shop, mag browse kayo sa www.hidemyass.com para naka-mask IP addresses nyo.

    Hindi nila ma-te-trace ang source ng mga comments dito.

    Pero yang si Baltazar Rafales na yan, sana pag nagka-purge sa biyernes, isa ka sa mga mauunang mamatay gago.

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  100. sunugan na lng ng bahay...bwahaha.tutal mga kampon naman sila ni satanas, di sila masusunog

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  101. Sa mga internet users sa bahay or private homes, download TOR for Windows and Mac. Then, pag open/click nyo ng Vidalia ("Onion"), may sariling web browser yan, dun kayo mag browse, from there, safe na IP address nyo and naka-mask na connection nyo.

    Sa mga nasa opisina or internet shop, mag browse kayo sa www.hidemyass.com para naka-mask IP addresses nyo.

    Hindi nila ma-te-trace ang source ng mga comments dito at mauulol sila sa kakahanap ng source. pati yung may ari nitong blog, pag mag lo log ka para check tong blog na ito, sa browser ka ng Tor mag surf.

    Sa mga gumagamit ng mobile devices, iOS, android, windows, search nyo VPN Express. Pwede nyong bilhin yung data package na 10Gb or 15Gb, nasa Php500 or Php600 lang ata and nakamask na IP nyo.

    Kelangan natin protektahan ang mga blogs na ganito, kelangan natin protektahan ang isat isa dahil inuumpisahan na nila tayong bombahin at patayin. Wala ng ibang tutulong satin kundi ikaw at ako at tayo lamang. Magtulungan tayo para sa kinabukasan ng mga anak natin at sa natitirang buhay natin dito sa pilipinas.

    Sunugin ang congress. Sunugin ang senate. Sunugin ang discovery suites. Patayin lahat ng magnanakaw.

    Let the purge begin on friday, august 9th.

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  102. Eto muna ang sasabihin ko; sa tagal kong nabuhay sa bansang ito ang napansin ko ay yang si Enrile may gagawing kalokohan yan kapag na-threaten yan. Kaya lang siya nagpasimuno ng People Power ay para makuha niya ang hindi na niya makuha kay Marcos. Nagpa-coup yan dahil lang hindi sila nagtugm ni Cory. Kaya mag ingat ingat kayo. Hindi ko kayo tinatakot para tumigil; sinasabi ko ito para ipaalala sa inyo kung sino ang isang dapat bantayan kung gagalaw man tayo. Yang mga kalahi ng mga Enrile at Lacson na yan, sasaksakin kayo sa likod ng mga yan kung mapatalikod lang kayo kahit ng sandali.

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  103. Wasn't able to read the whole post but I think i've read enough. You wanna know why these politicians can't be removed easily from their posts? Because they represent the country. You can't just wipe out them all instantly and replace them because building a nation doesn't take overnight. And that's the sad part my friend. Our president can't carelessly reveal their crimes to the public because he himself is somehow in debt to other politicians as well. That's politics anyway, holding an alas against one another, may it be a friend or not, just to survive.

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  104. Wasn't able to read the whole post but I think i've read enough. You wanna know why these politicians can't be removed easily from their posts? Because they represent the country. You can't just wipe out them all instantly and replace them because building a nation doesn't take overnight. And that's the sad part my friend. Our president can't carelessly reveal their crimes to the public because he himself is somehow in debt to other politicians as well. That's politics anyway, holding an alas against one another, may it be a friend or not, just to survive.

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  105. Ma'am / Sirs:

    Mga OFW kame dito sa Saudi, hindi po kame makakasama sa byernes, pero gusto po sana namin mag-donate ng pera para pambili ninyo ng pagkain, gamot, o kaya mga armas.

    Seryoso po kame, kahit wala kame diyan, makatulong man lang kame sa paglinis ng mga magnanakaw sa gobyerno sa kahit konting tulong na pwede namin magawa. Pagod na kame sa kakatrabaho, mahigit walong taon na kame dito sa Saudi.

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  106. http://www.rappler.com/nation/35847-napoles-sandiganbayan-helmets

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  107. Parang Mafia lang eh. Pero nasa government.

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  108. HUMIHINGI KAME NG TULONG SA MGA MAY MGA MALASAKIT NA PILIPINO NA EMPLEYADO NG SENATE, CONGRESS AT SUPREME COURT.

    PAKI POST NAMAN DITO YUNG MGA RESIDENTIAL ADDRESSES NG MGA KILALA NIYONG KONGRESISTA, SENADOR AT MGA HURADO, PATI YUNG MGA BAHAY NILA SA PROBINSYA.

    MUKHANG MATAGAL TAGAL NA PURGAHAN ITO. HUMIHINGI PO KAME NG TULONG SA IMPORMASYON.

    WALA HO KAMENG MAIBABAYAD NA PERA SA MGA IMPORMASYON NINYO, PERO PINAPANGAKO HO NAMIN NA MANANAGOT SILANG LAHAT SA PAGNAKAW NG MGA BUWIS NATING LAHAT.

    SALAMAT PO.

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  109. How can we post this to Facebook? I spent 2 hours to read and internalize what was posted here! A sigh ended my reading but with a great desire to share.

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    1. http://dulzspeaks.blogspot.ca/2013/08/anonymous-speaks-pork-barrel-scam.html?m=1

      i copy and paste mo ito sa wall post mo and hit post

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  110. I'm so relieved na my congressman and party list reps are not on the list of receipts na hawak ng JLN ... whew! Hindi ako nagkamali tapatan ang di kaunting abala sa pagboto sa kanila.

    As for senator, wala nanalo sa mga binoto ko ... well, kaya pala sila talo.

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  111. ANNIHILATE THEM ALL!! GANID!! PAHIRAP! WALANG AWA SA MAJORITY OF THE FILIPINOS WHO ARE POOR/WORKING CLASS.

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  112. Nasa fb na ang mga post dito. Hanapin nyo lang ung Anonymous International. May links din jan sa blog. I-like nyo tapos i-share na din para mas madaming makaalam ng kabuktutan ng mga nagmamagaling sa Senado!

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  113. Anonymous August 7, 2013 at 6:07 AM, simplest way, copy the address and paste on your update status.

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  114. Dapat magkaroon ng online wall of shame ang mga pulitiko na yan. Ilalagay doon kung ano ano ang mga nakurakot nila. Para meron parating reminder ang taong bayan kung gaano kabulok ang mga kakaibang nilalang na yan. Nakakahiya silang tawaging mga "tao" kasi insulto sa mga tunay na "tao" na sumusunod sa batas at nag babayad ng tax.

    Ang unlad na siguro ng Pilipinas kung lahat ng pera na yun ay ginamit ng tama.

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  115. Whatever your next step is on this, the first and foremost step against these creatures is to STOP SUPPORTING THEM. Remember their names and NEVER support or vote for them! Because the moment you do give your support, well then you can add one name who keeps them in power. Yours.

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  116. Im in a teary eyed reading all this...its so sad our government is worsened. Our former cong. Roberto cajes was included in the list where we know wala siyang masyadong projects naibigay sa 2nd dist of bohol sa kanyang 9 terms as congressman. And they lavishly seen their wealth. His three daughters was in sk. His wife was a mayor. His one daughter also was not able to liquidate the 92M funds for the sk since she was the national pres. Federated sk sa buong pilipinas. She the money for belo naiba ang kanyang mukha and been lavishly seen with high ends bags, watches, jewelries and purchased a nissan patrol and properties. At her young age. I remembered it was on national newspapers and tv about her not giving the liquidations. Just like father and daughter. Her staffs raised a complaints in the ombudsman manila and until now its not yet investigated. Its so unfair wala p ring imbestigasyon ng ombudsman. Parang meron cover up sa loob. nawala na lang ang whisleblower na si mr. De erio staff din ni former natl. Federated sk pres. Jane cajes-yap who bring the case to ombudsman.its been 4 yrs wala pa rin imbestigasyon kon saan na ang funds ibinigay sa gobyerno for sk projects worth 92M-. At her young age she already learned how to steal money. Dapat abolish na yang sk because wala ding nagawa. It is a training ground for the youth to be corrupt and most sk members mga anak din ng mga polotiko. My heart is so hurt kasi im an ofw hindi madali aming trabaho at we are far from our kids and family nagpahirap sa ibang bansa para mabuhay ang pamilya. And here are some govt officials are stealing our hard earned money. Maawa naman sila sa mga pilipino naghihirap at walang trabaho dyan sa pilipinas. Its a sad thing our justice system and our govt system is not good.the laws they made are only for them and the rich hindi para sa mamayang pilipino. God save the philippines.i read a nbewspaper in bohol that our former governor dela serna said to get out from corruptions sa ating bansa mas mabuti girahin na lang parang civil war para mag start all over again at tama sa comment nabasa ko na magpasakop tayo sa british o sa us na can handle our govt. I feel so as if im crying kasi everytime i see and watch the tfc its all problem when it comes to our government and the officials who are making corruptions where we vote for them nag entrust tayo sa kanila for a better philippines. And im sad our own governor now in bohol gov. Edgardo chatto also was linked in this scam both with former cong. Roberto cajes a boholano like me. Sad thing to know.

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  117. I have seen the pork barrel scam and pidaf from congressmen and senators first hand. my dad is friends with some congressmen and senators and i have went with my dad to facilitate some of these transactions. i have also been offered by a collage friend who asked me to introduce him to people who were in office to facilitate this pork barrel scam. it happens and it is blatant and heartless among these people. i am also friends with some politician kids and they live an extremely extravagant lifestyle. seeing this and thinking that the regular filipino who works as a server andgives 30% of his hard earned money and it is being used in such a way is disheartening.

    the real problem though is not only in the philippines. any person given extra power, will undoubtedly misuse it for his own personal benefit. in the us it is better hidden. just research the unbelievable finding that the pentagon mismanaged 20 trillion dollars and was announced a day before 9/11. then research all the facts around 9/11 and you start to see the lengths people in power will go through to maintain there status in power. the system of democracy has been disguised as another form of fascism. the hope is the next generation realize the mistake of their past generations and work towards a society geared towards helping your fellow man. not stepping over him for greedy reasons

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  118. Reading all these reminded me of what my dad said recently, (we were talking about my options in migrating to another country) "Philippines is also good but government is not"

    Both my parents are OFWs. Half of my life, they weren't physically here. I graduated Elementary, High School and College without my mom/dad or both witnessing me receiving my diploma in person. Now I am working and I am learning all of these scams and what not. Yet I consider myself blessed having graduated college and working, but how about the underprivileged? anyway...

    If all these are true and the taxes that is being deducted from my salary just goes to the lavish lifestyles of "rich kids", then I can't help but feel hopeless. It took me a year of saving to afford a plane ticket to visit my parents for 3 weeks while these "rich kids" get their Gucci, Channel and Beverly Hills Parties without breaking a sweat. So UNFAIR!

    Just a quick note, visiting my parents abroad was better than them coming home because they would have to spend more being here... normal "Balikbayan" dilemma if you catch my drift

    Life is unfair, I want to say just deal with it but this is bull$#!t

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  119. Lately when the President was asked why he is not doing a "tuwid na landas" with the Congressmen and Senators, he defended them that he can not do anything about it and even stopped the BIR in investigating tax evasion suspects in the Legislature. The check and balances of our democracy is hi-jacked by no less than the President himself!
    Why would he stop the due process of finding accountability of public funds spending? He was, after all, a Senator when Arroyo was was Queen. He only got catapulted in the Presidential-sphere when his mother died. Now he got himself a bigger money bag, no audits. The Filipinos was blindly hopeful that change 'a coming...NOT.
    So, with this Presidential Memo, the BIR stops looking into Pork Barrel corruption and tax evasions(never mind the DOJ). Because the Administrative branch of the Government can not check on the Legislators; But it is OK to balanced out Chief Justice Corona? Now you see the general picture here. It would have been a fictional 'conspiracy theory' have it not had happened worthy of Hollywood's Oscar screenplay award before our eyes. I shit you not, you just can not make this shit up.
    The Filipinos deserve the leaders they elect.

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  120. Eh kung ganyan na lang ang ating govierno at uma-ayon sa corruption sumama nalang sa NPA at laspagin ang kalukuhan ng congreso natin. Isa isahin natin ang mga nakalista diyan sa pangalan na nagnakaw ng pera ng bayan. Talagang kalukuhan na iyan. AFP, this is the time to translate your real patriotism at laspagin na itong kalukuhan tungkol sa PDAF or pork barrel.Kaya wala ng asenso anf Filiupinas. Hindi na hihinto yan. It will continue on and on.

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  121. Ay naku! Kilala ko yang roberto cajes wala yang nagawa pang kurakot lang at pagpapayaman. Before he was a congressman ordinary lawyer lang yan at former parish priest ng tagbilaran. D siya kinilabotan pari sya before pero nawala ang mga values being a priest. When he was in congress never kami na feel yung mga projects niya. At nakita namin their wealth was lavishing her kids was in super rich lifestyle. When he was congressman his wife was the mayor, after his nine terms siya tumakbo ng mayor ang wife run as congressman last 2010 election against the principled former congressman and former governor sa bohol at natalo ang kanyang asawa. After the term as mayor this year 2013 tumakbo na naman si Roberto cajes as congressman natalo this election kasi we know from the second district of bohol that the cajeses are not worthy to serve us his constituents because we know them they are so corrupt. They run after who didnt voted them. They only gave services kung sino ang bumoboto sa kanila. Its too bad to let them be in power.

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  122. Sumama na tayo sa NPA at laspagin natin ang bulok na congresso. Hanggang ngayon ay walang aksiyon ni PNoy, bakla kasi eh tungkol sa Napoles PDAF scandal. Itong VP Mar Roxas na ito ay kasangkot din pala. Si Chez Escudero akala mo malinis gaya ni Lacson ay bulok din. Lahat ay bulok na. Revolusyon na parang katulad ni Andres Bonifacio. Sumogod na tayo, tayong lahat. Ang govierno ay baluk. Kaya hanggang ngayon tora-tora parin ang eroplano ng PAF. How can we protect our territorial integrity. Bulok na bulok. Nakaw dito at nakaw din doon. Lumaban na tayo before it's too late.

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  123. May sasang ayon meron din kokontra depende kung kaninong side. Tatak ng demokrasya ang freedom of expression sabi nga. Pero just be reminded of this:

    "But I tell you that every careless word that people speak, they shall give an accounting for it in the day of judgment. For by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned." (Matthew 12:36-37). There is a higher and absolute truth, that is all-knowing....

    Let's always speak of the truth with courage that will promote the common good and not of falsehood and lies that promote our self-serving interest just like the senators, congressmen and all public servants this very blog and thread condemn.

    Peace and harmony to us all even in the midst of diversity of opinions.

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  124. ORAS NA NG REBOLUSYON. COUNT ME IN.

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  125. The Pork Barrel controversy is a divine gift. It is giving everyone a door through which corruption itself can be eventually dismantled. The Pork Barrel system epitomizes the vulgarity and arrogance of the corrupt – by institutionalizing it.

    Nominating projects for one’s constituents is not wrong, but the way it has been done with its formula for kickbacks – all the way to ghost deliveries of goods and services – assaults society’s struggle to raise the bar of public service. It has managed to make honesty a rare virtue when honesty should be the required bedrock of every public employee and officer.

    Attacking the Pork Barrel is just the first step because corruption can go on uninterrupted without it. Money will continue to be expended and stolen, or wasted, in the implementation without the Pork Barrel. But the public’s attention has been won, the public’s anger has been provoked, and only the sustained public intolerance is needed to reverse the culture of corruption that we had accepted too much too long.

    Join us in this crusade of reinstituting time-honored virtues in the noble Filipino culture. Join the mission of forcing government to discard the Pork Barrel system as its expression of solidarity with the people’s will. Then, brother and sister Filipino, let us never allow corruption to define public service ever again!

    Anonymous

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  126. sobra na ! tumataas ang blood presure ko!mga putang inang mga yan ,isa lang ang sagot d2,, civil war pata maubos ang mga yan!!!dapat wala nang kongreso at at mga senate na sila ang pumapatay sa atin! paano na lang ang ating mga susunod na henerasyon ! my god !!nakakatakot isipin!pag dating ng araw wala nang makain at damit ang mga pdbreng bagong henerasyon ,sana alisin na itong mga taong ito!!!tanggalin narin ang congress at senate!@!nilalaro nalang tayo ng mga ito!!!pinapatay tayo ng dahan-dahan!!!sana ,sa nabasang kong ito!!!magising tayong lahat!! at d na maulit ito!!!!!

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  127. This should be converted into Filipino/Tagalog and handed out to the masses. Sayang lang kasi if ang konti lang natin who can understand how deep of a mess we're in. There's nothing we can do about it

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  128. I believe that all the people who have come upon these very vital information over the internet should work together in informing all our fellow kababayans especially those who are belonging to the bottomest level of the Philippine hierarchy (with the rich people on the top).

    These politicians have gained most of their votes from the poor masses who can't even afford internet or those who have lived in shanties. Those people who have been hit very gravely by poverty. I assume that most of the Filipino netizens are on the middle level of this hierarchy (middle-class) and note that MOST of the Filipinos are very poor (they may not even know about this). The middle class is only a small population compared to the whole Philippine population.

    Remember the thing about Binay? Netizens were shocked because she still won after her negative image in the internet. That is because most of the votes comes from the poorest of poor. These are the ones that politicians are vying for. BUYING their votes. That's why I believe that we us Filipino netizens should inform the Filipino masses (those in isolated barangays, those who live in squatters, those who can barely eat, sleep, etc. you get the picture) that they be aware of these things happening. And not be hopeless about this. I know that this is the biggest scam I have ever heard in Philippine history but while we are still alive, there is still hope. If people feel hopeless, no change will happen. We gotta do something people. We have to act. Even it will not work, at least we did something for the love of our country. It's time to be nationalistic people! It's time to save our country! Don't feel so hopeless! We're here. We gotta do something! If we work together united as one, I believe that CHANGE will happen. We gotta be united in this and don't let the negativity of hopelessness swallow you.

    It's ironic how some if not most of these people are becoming poor without knowing that the politicans they vote for are the reasons on why they are so poor. I could already picture out how politicians are buying food or giving money to the very poor to gain their trust and THEIR VOTE when they don't even know it's them that's causing this poverty. AWARENESS TO THE FILIPINO PEOPLE!

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  129. This blog and thread is correct. Following the wisdom of this 18th century English statesman Edmund Burke, I hope we can be more encouraged to continue with this noise barrage on the internet:

    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing."

    "It is a general popular error to suppose the loudest complainers for the public to be the most anxious for its welfare."

    "Those who don't know history are destined to repeat it."

    " Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little."

    "When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle."

    "The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse."

    "Among a people generally corrupt liberty cannot long exist."

    "But what is liberty without wisdom, and without virtue? It is the greatest of all possible evils; for it is folly, vice, and madness, without tuition or restraint."

    "To read without reflecting is like eating without digesting."

    That's it folks, let's learn to be critical thinkers and speak our minds fearlessly :) God speed to us all who do something good for our country and for God.

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  130. Nakakadepress basahin ang katotohanang ito that leaves me asking myself, why would I work my ass off kung mapupunta lang naman sa mga kurakot na to? Siguro, ang pinakamabuting gawin nating mga Pilipino, IBOYCOTT ANG PAGBABAYAD NG BUWIS. Next year, wala na dapat magbayad ng buwis, kung pwede ipahinto na yung pag withhold ng taxes sa mga pinagtatrabahuhan. Wala naman tayong dapat ikatakot, kung tutuusin. Ikukulong tayo? Sige, at habang nasa loob tayong lahat ng kulungan, walang tigil ang noise barage sa loob, ewan ko lang. Kaya ngayon pa lang , paghandaan na natin ang araw na iyon. Ngayon simulan ng isa-isahin ang mga politikong iyan. Ngayon dapat kumilos ang vigilantes. Nakakalungkot talaga at pakiramdam ko, kahit kubain ko sarili ko para umunlad,iba lang ang magpapasasa. AT nakakapagngitngit, gusto kong pumatay! Patawarin ako ng Diyos.

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  131. "nasan ang mga taga UP na supposedly ay nakikibaka at hindi natatakot? hmm. meron rin sigurong natatanggap na pork barrel yang mga anakbayan at anakpawis na yan."

    tangina, naririnig mo ba sarili mo? bakit taga-UP hahanapin mo tapos ikaw pacomment-comment lang dito gago! at tsaka, wala ka namang alam sa propaganda ng mga aktibista e. ganyan kayo e. galit sa aktibista pero hinahanap-hanap naman! gunggong! oo nga pala, walang kinurakot kahit kailan ang anakpawis, lalo naman anakbayan. wala naman sa konggreso anakbayan e tanga!

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  132. Of Patriots, Heroes & Traitors
    Patriots and Heroes we have aplenty. Traitors or "Traidor" ay naging popular nuong panahon ng mga Hapon. Ito ay nag umpisa sa bayan ng Pampanga na binansagang "Makapili". Sila ang nagtutro sa mga dayohang Hapon sa mga rebeldeng nag huhumagsik para sa kalayaan ng Inang Bayan. Ngayon ang bagong "Traidor" sa ating Inang bayan ay mga taong pinag kakatiwalaan natin na mamuno sa gobierno at alagaan ang kaban ng bayan. Ngunit halos lahat ay mga "Bantay Salakay" o dapat bansagan "TRAIDOR". Bawat isa sa atin ay may alam, kamag-anak, kapit bahay, ninong/ninang, etc, na "Traidor" na nasa BOC, BIR, Congressman, Sanador, LGU, Barangay official atbp. Sila ay dapat sigawan ng "Traidor", anak ng "Traidor", kabit, amiga, ama, ina, at ang mga kumare at kumpare o coraborator ng mga "Traidor habang dumadaan sa ating paligid ang kanilang convoy kasunud ng mga bodyguard. Sulatan ng graffiti ang bakuran ng mga palasyong bakod, kotse ng mga anak sa eskuela, ng "Katas ng Traidor". Turuan ang mga batang paslit na sigawan ng "Traidor" ang mga kapit bahay na corrupt. Kung lahat tayo ay magkakaisa na banyagan lahat ng opisyales ng gobierno na corrupt na "Traidor" dadating ang panahon na papatayin na ng bawat Pilipino sa bawat pagkakataon ang mga "Traidor". Papatayin na mismo ng kanilang mga bodyguard, kusinera, kasambahay, jardinero, doktor, atbp dahil ang mga "Traidor" na ito ang naging dahilan para maging mababa ang estado nila sa buhay. Ninakaw ang pondong pang edukasyon, ospital, serbisyong pang kabuhayan atbp. Hired killer, snatcher, kidnapper atbp ay sanhi ng corrupsion ng mga "Traidor" kaya dapat silang mangunang pumatay ng mga "Traidor" sa kanilang paligid.Hangang maubos, magibang bayan o magbitiw sa kanikanilang pwesto, hindi tayo titigil ibulgar ang mga "Traidor" sa ating lipunan, Mabuhay ang Inang Bayan! Patayin ang mga lahi ng mga "Triador" sa Lupang hinirang ng bawat Pilipino!!!

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  133. HOY MGA HUNGHANG, KUNG GUSTO NYO TALAGA NG PAGBABAGO, LUMABAS KAYO SA LANSANGAN! HINDI YUNG NAKABABAD KAYO SA INTERNET. NAKAASA NA NAMAN KAYO SA MGA AKTIBISTA PERO KAPAG NAGSIMULA NA SILANG KUMILOS, MAGAGALIT NAMAN KAYO. ANO BA TALAGA? BAWAL ANG TANGA!

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  134. INFORMATION OVERLOAD! THIS IS SO SAD!! NAKAKAAWA MGA MAGIGING ANAK NATIN KUNG GANITO PARIN ANG SISTEMANG KALALAKIHAN NILA.

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  135. Wag kayong masyadong mag-dwell sa issue na ito. Tandaan, anchor lang si Janet Napoles. Baguhin ang sistemang nagpu-promote ng ganitong kultura.

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  136. I saw this number from another blog and it says this is JLN''s personal number 09175250034. Has anyone here tried calling her? I texted the number because i am seriously repulsed just like everyone else. I was more repulsed by her reply. She said same to you p*ke mo. Wtf? Ni wala man lang remourse tong taong to. Evil to the core.

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  137. Even if we remove all those corrupt people in power, they will only be replaced by others who are just as vulnerable to the temptation to steal. It is likely that some of the current politicians started out with a real desire to be honest, but over time gave in to temptation.

    I feel like the only way to fix the mess is to consecrate the country to the Sacred Heart or to the Immaculate Heart. This won't turn the Philippines into a world superpower or make us prosperous overnight, but will allow more graces to be granted to us. Perhaps in time the Almighty will grant us honest, conscientious leaders.

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  138. You believe it was her number? I don't think so.

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  139. That number was originally posted by the same anonymous who made all the statements above in this site: http://momandpopmoments.com/
    It was edited out though. But yeah, i think it's legit.

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  140. Obvious naman ang mga pambobomba. Sa cotabato paulit-ulit ang pambobomba. Gusto talaga ng mga pulitiko na yan na madaming magutom. Mga ganid. Nakakalungkot maging Pilipino.

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  141. Kung magsisimula nga ang rebolusyon, isama ninyo ako.

    Pero huwag tayo padalos-dalos. May nagsabi na ng address ng mga Napoles. Pustahan tayo, nakagalaw na ang mga 'yan. Kung sino man ang matutuloy sa Discovery Suites sa Biyernes, baka umuwi kayong walang napala. Bakit? Dahil sinabi na agad ninyo ang plano. Malamang nabasa na nila ang mga kumento rito.

    Don't telegraph your punches. Discretion is the better part of valor. The Katipunan was a secret society; the Revolution should remain a secret until the right time (logistics-wise, manpower-wise) comes.

    And when that time comes, humanda sila sa atin.

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  142. Unang una, bago pa mahalal ang mga politiko, mangangampanya sila di ba. Gagastos sila sa mga tv commercial, ads, lagay gamit ang kanilang mga pera pati na mga tutulong sa kampanya nila. Kapag nanalo sila, siyempre kailangan nilang bawiin ang mga nagastos nila at sa utang na loob sa mga tumulong sa pamamagitan ng pagkurakot ng pera ng bayan. Dapat may spending limit ang mga pag kampanya, at dapat talagang tanggalin ang pork barrel para matigil ang mga ito.

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  143. I dont usually comment on blogs but I would like to extend my words of utmost appreciation to your blog as well as the blog where anons orginially posted. Hope we get something out of this. God bless us all!

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  144. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Si-Simang-Na-Hindi-Mangmang/344992242290688
    PAKI-LIKE LAMANG NG LINK NA NASA ITAAS NANG SA GAYON AY MAS MAPABILIS ITONG MAPAKALAT. MAS MARAMING TAO SA PEYSBUK KESA SA BLOGGER.

    MASYADONG NA TAYONG MARAMING NALALAMAN,
    TUTUNGANGA NA LANG BA?

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  145. That's actually the trend I'm sure a lot of people have noticed about it. Just like in movies, they create news to divert attention from the real issues. And bombings are waaaaaaayyyy to bad. Kung pwede lang na magwish ng masama ng hindi babalik sa akin ang wish ko..

    What a piece of crap this Napoles woman is. Shame on her. Engot kasi ng anak nya, post ng post ng lifestyle nila edi nahalukay pa ang deep dark secrets nila. Sabagay, mas mabuti 'yun. Ng malaman ng lahat kung gaano sila kabulok. Psssshhhh.

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  146. isalin sa tagalog para mas marami ang makaunawa.. kung gusto ipabatid sa madlang pipol gumamit ng lengwaheng madaling maintindihan.. sabi nga di ba : wika ang nagbubuklod..

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  147. TULUNGAN NINYO AKONG IKALAT ANG KASUKLAMSUKLAM NA IMPORMASYONG ITO.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Si-Simang-Na-Hindi-Mangmang/344992242290688

    MAS MARAMING NAKAKABASA SA PEYSBUK. MAS MARAMING MAKAKAINTINDI KUNG ISASALIN ITO SA WIKANG PILIPINO. MAG TULUNGAN PO TAYO!

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  148. this purge people power you are talking about? seems more like a way to lure the anti-govt middle class out in the open and get them bombed, killed, or whatever means of a massacre they (govt thugs, napoles' thugs, etc) are thinking of. we see this kind of line of thinking a lot in movies, and yes, it can happen to us if we're not careful.

    you say its 15M middle class people against 10k people? lets not forget that they got the big guns, the money, the connections, surveillance, no matter what angle, they have all the power to snuff out our very lives at their whim. and no one will be the wiser.

    if this so-called meeting is to take place, i suggest to meet in secret first. better safe than sorry.

    let me ask you guys a simple question. why did the philippine revolution during the spanish regime fail? because someone found out about the existence of the organization behind it, the katipunan, and reported it to the authorities, before any action had been undertaken to remove those in power. open war broke out, and there was carnage. defeat wasnt the only end that the filipino people met in the aftermath. abuse and corruption began to take root within the newly established biak na bato republic, and all governments which have taken hold of the philippines ever since.

    deception is and always will be the game of politicians. the common people remain as pawns. its all in our history.

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  149. Naiyak ako habang binabasa ito. Nagalit ako, oo. Pero mostly lungkot yung naramdaman ko. Alam naman nating lahat yung potential ng bayan natin eh. Alam naman din nating lahat na may corruption kahit saan tayo tumingin. Alam din natin na may mas mayaman na yumayaman lalo at mga mahihirap na humihirap lalo. Pero hindi ko naiintindihan bakit para tayo, pag umasal, parang wala tayong alam? Sinasama ko sarili ko sa observation na ito kasi matagal na akong nabubuhay na wala lang, wala lang talaga.

    Aalis na ako sa bansang ito in the next two years. Aalis ako kasi halos lahat ng pamilya ko wala na dito at yung magiging asawa ko hindi din taga rito. Mahal ko ang bansa ko. Mahal ko lahat ng na-experience ko dito. Dito ako lumaki. Dati masakit sakin na mawala at umalis dito pero ngayon? Diring diri nalang talaga ako sa nangyayari sa atin.

    Dapat ba tayong maging proud dito? Hindi.
    Dapat ba may gawin tayo? Oo.

    Anong gagawin natin? Sa totoo lang, hindi ko alam. Kasi pakiramdam ko, kaya walang kumikilos dahil alam natin na lahat ng sumbungan o lahat ng dapat tumulong ay nasa pay roll ni someone else.

    Kung honest man, either puppet or namamatay kaagad.

    Honestly, mga kababayan - ano ba ang dapat nating gawin? Ano ba ang dapat maramdaman? Naiiyak akong isipin na ganito nalang tayo. Nagsisialisan kasi nakakadiri nalang.

    Public servant. Yan po ang tawag sa kanila. They serve the public. Hindi tayo ang dapat mag yield sa kanila.

    Lahat tayo mamatay din, doon nalang tayo magiging pantay pantay. Hindi naman kasi pwede dalhin and wealth sa afterlife.

    I feel so bad for my and your future children. Ano pa ba ang makikita nila sa Pilipinas?

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  150. Another bomb threat awhile ago in the DOJ. Connected to this? hmmm

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  151. speechless, i can't find words to describe those people who are involved in these scams...i just woke up in the middle of the night because my fone notified me that it is out of battery, i was upset because i couldn't get myself back to sleep so i logged in to FACEBOOK and saw this link sent in my INBOX,.... while i was reading from top to bottom for almost two hours, OMG, my BP rose up...HOW COULD THIS PEOPLE SO RUTHLESS BEYOND MY IMAGINATION... i am a taxpayer, withheld from my hard earned meager salary while these PIGS are happily wasting to their own lavish lifestyle...while in the midst of these 10B Scam , walang salary increase ang mga government employees pero may INCREASE ang PDAF???napakasakit naman!!! :-((((...
    at kung my increase ang salary, increase din ang withholding tax pero sa mga bulsa pa din ng mga baboy pupunta...i believe that the current bombings are diversionary tactics to slowly fade the PORK BARREL SCAM...kawawa ang mga inosenteng namatay sa knilaNG KALOKOHAN...PDAF will never be abolished....huhummmm, ... This country will never be great....with this kind of people in the government.

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  152. Almost all Philippine media are in bed with these corrupt government officials. Their mouthpiece for sale. Sila ang tinutukoy sa revelation na horn. Hindi sungay, kundi trumpeta na ginagamit ng unang panahon sa communication. Katumbas ngayon ay media. Kaya naman sinabi sa bibliya the beast was able to deceive the world. Our television media is brainwashing the people with false information.

    Buti na lang at may internet na may boses kahit sino, the same Internet na gustong kontrolin ng gobyerno through the cyber act buti na lang hinadlangan ng Supreme Court.

    Nagkaayos na ang media na patayin ang scandal na ito, don't expect any of the local channels to cover this. Nasasaatin na lang ang responsibilidad na panatilihin buhay sa isip ng bansa ito, by continuously sharing and reposting this stories in blogs and social media sites.

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  153. I want to agree with you in the entirety of your post comments!! Thank you for info but inciting a secret meeting against the govt or destroying public/private properties which might or hurt innocent By standers could be the low or middle income citizens who cannot afford hospitalization.... Well this is another thing! Let us be objective and not listen to "ANONYMOUS" bloggers ..all of us are anonymous.... We could just be 3 or 4 people...
    Nananawagan na magtipon tipon? If i want to join your group who is our leader? I dont want an anonymous leader! If we want the truth, lets all be transparent on who we really are! our group should be legit...Let us not incite anger, but better to attain truth in a peaceful manner!!!

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  154. I dont think thats her real number. Try checking with globe?

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  155. Tama, hindi na nya number yon ngayon.

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  156. Poor Filipinos are the true Walking Dead for all seasons... :(

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  157. I have been thinking for a long time what would be the best way to get rid of this corruption in our country. Once i thought i would rather join the NPA sa bundok at isa isahin tong mga wlang kwentang politicians sama na natin tong mga spoiled brats nilang mga anak. I even thought na magpasakop na lng tayo sa ibang bansa. Napakasobrang talino na kasi ng Pinoy eh..kaya kahit pagnanakaw ay namaster na. What's the best way? is our country worth dying for? If we start a revolution, we should be ready to die. It would be a very long battle just like the time of the Spaniards considering our geographical setting. I am willing to join whatever cause. But the point is..how do we start. Sobra na talaga ang nangyayari sa ating bansa. You only work for survival..where in fact you see all these politicians living a fancy life!!! F** them all!~!

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  158. Scary ! I feel sorry to the poor people like my family...
    No justice at all..
    paang kanta nalang ni Gary V.
    " NATUTULOG BA ANG DIOS '

    WHEN THE MIRACLES HAPPEN TO MY COUNTRY PINAS ?
    — GRIDY SA LUPA RIN KAYO PUPUNTA —
    HINDI KO ALAM ANONG FEELING NILA,KITA NILA GAANO KALAKI ANG SAVING NILA THRU CORRUPTION .
    TAPUS PART OF IT PIKANAIN NILA SA MGA ANAK NILA...ALAM NINYO CANCER HINDI KAO MA SURPRISE PANG CANCER ANG SAKIT NINYO ...MABUHAY KAYONG LALO SA MGA CORRUPTON NYO PANG PALAIN PA KAAYO PARA MARAMI PA MA CORRUPT NINYO ,AT PANG KAYONG HALOS HINDI NA MAKA HINGA SA SOBRANG PERA NA NAKAW NINYO SA BAYAN ...GUDLUCK PARIN SA INYONG WALANG KUNSENCIA....

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  159. I think i have a solution...but i dont know if this is possible sa kanya kanyang small communities or we can start with our barangays. Lets sart from scratch. Lets try to change the rules and implement discipline in ourselves..family, schools, clubs or even fraternities. Let us all be aware of this fact by simply gathering and informing everyone of our current situation. It should be consistent and constant. We should distribute flyers, posters..we need to make it clear to everyone our aim. So please, anyone who leads this blog or revelation should think of the aim and steps to change this country. Running away from our country would not do anything good..although i myself is not in the Philippines right now. What ANONYMOUS is doing here is good. They should keep this blog open..and if the government will close it down..all the people here should continue to spread it, not only here...to the streets, schools, clubs, circle of friends, offices, anywhere you are..
    With this, we can arrive at the certain point that we are ready to make a big move. there should be no exemptions, poor, rich..educated or not..we must have one common aim. Then we wont realize that we dont need to march or get rid of those people if we have started changing ourselves through time. Why dont we start not paying our government taxes?? Lets save it!! if in our small community needs it then thats the time we have to share to build or make something for the community. We dont need the government to manage our money!! then for sure, we can start from there little by little to stand in our own feet.

    Hope i made sense on this.

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  160. Additional pla..if we want revolution not a bloody one...lets gather all the young talented individuals even those who are not, everyone is going to participate and share their own capabilities...example, IT's, those who can manage to control the web..people from media..some young people from the military who agrees with this..teachers..workers..blue or white..everybody with their skills..even hackers! or deviants..anyone..kahit killer ka..you can contribute something. Maybe this one would be the best union in the world if this could be done. Sama sama tayo to make small steps...not the bloody one..but if they want (the government all those who are involved) we can give it to them..that would be our last card.

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  161. Another fascinating story!!! Like the Corona issue... common denominators are obvious: PNoy is spared/praised... leftist personalities are always in the attack mode and eerily omitted from the controversy... are we too dumb to be fed and believe the half-truths and made up stories?

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  162. Thanks for compiling.

    Numerous times have I encountered new money/politicos.

    JV (or was it Jinggoy?) started smoking in the first class. Pilot had to come out and tell him to stop - note that this was during Eraps Presidency -what did he do? He put it out and said, "Anti-Erap ata itong piloto na to puta!" -- Dude, you're on an international airline hahaha.


    How does GMA smuggle all that $$$$ out of the country and into HK then to wherever the fuck in the world? Oh yeah, ask her sons and trusted allies who fly first class with duffle bags filled with millions of dollars. Every time her son goes abroad for 'work', he smuggles millions of $. How? They have someone working for that airline on the payroll and connections with the HKIA customs and pay them heavily too!

    Have I said too much? Not even close. Its getting late and I should quit while I'm ahead.

    Parting thought: Wherever you are in the country, all these politicians have at least a tiny claim or stake in that area. This country is riddled with corruption from the tanods all the way up to the highest position of the land. It is deeply embedded in our society, our minds and the next generations.

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  163. Everyone mentions Ayala Alabang but completely ignores the Dasma and Forbes - where the bigger fishes live!

    How's that huge place in Dasma, JPE? The one with the orchids and a chapel? Yeah, its that big. Probably the biggest in Dasma

    Ahh South Forbes! Hello Bong Bong, Drilon etc!
    North? a little more exclusive! Want to live right next to the Zobels in Cambridge? Gonna cost you! Just ask MVP who said he didn't want to live next door but in truth, the Zobels didn't want him! Cambridge...just down the road, who bought a ridiculously overpriced house? Pacmannnnnnn! Thanks, Chavit, for showing him that more money lies in the Philippine lawmaking than in boxing! Safer too! Wait, you have a cut from all his deals?? Color me surprised. Its too bad that your Polo membership application was rejected, even with Inigo being your main sponsor. Guess they don't want goons there?

    Albertito Lopez, who constantly buys new sportscars and expensive watches.. Who pays for it? Your family? The "poorer" side of the Lopezes, along with your sister, the fiend, Celine? I reckon that the richer Lopezes reside a little bit more north and with a little less flash!

    Who lives near Osmena in Dasma? Oh, the one-time mentioned Baby Arenas of course! Just a little walk and you see a "yellow" house near the gate...

    its more fun in the Philippines if you have the $ and connections, right guys?!

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  164. hi, anonymous, all your stories are quite possible to believe. Whether or not this is true, it only tells us to act. Ayokong isipin ang martial law, but I don't have any more sucky and ugly words to describe the government, nor what we should do as Filipinos to punish them. Knowing that you have indeed a lot of information, will you always stay this way and use writing as your means to fight? like Jose Rizal? Sorry for that sucky question but I guess, you are right, Half of my mind says NO to this ( BELIEVING THAT THERE ARE SOME GOOD POLITICIANS LEFT IN THE PHILIPPINES) BUT HALF ALSO SAYS YES.
    Well, your blog made me awake. To whoever you are, I really hope you keep alive :)

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  165. ^ Sad to say we don't live in Rizal's era anymore!

    Information is available, but so what? They control the country, not you or I.

    Sure there are good politicians every now and then, but then get weeded out by the majority, the MORE corrupt ones.

    Sadly, we're past the "rise up and rally" part now. EDSA nanaman? Okay, after that, who rules again? The corrupt!

    Want a non-corrupt politician? Elect someone like............. wait there aren't any! Corruption consumes you, once you've tasted it, good bye!

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  166. Siguro lahat ay totoo kasi wala naman nabago sa pilipinas mismo nga sa airport natin nangongorakot yan pa kayang may kapangyarihan sa bansa, mga trabahor nga lang ang mga nagtratrabaho sa airport nagagawa pa nilang magotong, may visa ka ngang lalabas ng pilipinas ayaw ka pang paalisin so anong mangyayari na lang sa ating bansa kong magogotong na lang palagi. Sana naman may gagawin sila sa airport natin na palaging may escort at bayad ng mga tao para lang makalabas ang mga tao sa bansa natin , mahirap na nga pinahihirapan..... Tangalin ang mga nag eescort sa airport or mga taong nagtratrabaho sa airport na pera lang ang kailangan.....

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  167. I read the entire post and all the comments AGAIN. depressing. oh, dear Lord. Please bless my hopeless country.

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  168. REBOLUSYON SAGOT SA KATIWALIAN AT KAHIRAPAN!

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  169. So the recent bombings masked this issue! What a clever diversion!!!

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  170. Man is essentially a fleshy spirit. The fleshy form change and the spirit savors the change felt in the physical realm. However,deep within, the spirit knows the ultimate truth of being but just goes on with the ride in this existence.

    So, all is not lost, trust does not necessarily die here now. As I write this, dead skin cells peel of my hand and hit the keyboard. I am basically not the one who started writing this comment as I have different cell components compared with the original writer.

    Despite the revelations of these brave anonymous people, the population has to live day in, day out. Work for the gradual abolishment of the PDAF because there are too many loopholes in the system. We should find a better path along the way. Hopefully the anonymous contributors will be with us all the way..

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  171. wow! nakakalula na information. meron pa kayang mga desenting politiko na mapuntahan natin? may bukas pa kaya?

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  172. Mukhang tama ang mga info. Bombings already started idea of a wicked military mind?

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  173. Diversionary tactics ang mga bombings para mawala isip ng tao sa pork barrel scam?

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  174. Let's all get our Guy Fawkes mask and march to malacanang. Let's start the revolution, this corruption won't end until we make a drastic move.

    Corruption has consumed this country and the people. Let's march and tear them to pieces!

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  175. Loathsome greedy pigs. PH springs is a good idea to get rid of those infected swines. I will never retire in the PH, what for? Disgusting leaders and looters of the country.

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  176. OK , sama ako pag may rebolusyon na. Sobra na ito and it's time to change the people and the government we're in. I love my Philippines. Niyuyurakan lang ng mga hayop na pulitikong ito.

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  177. Prediction on August 2 already in play, first Cotabato with 8 dead. Now Central Mindanao

    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/video/nation/regions/08/07/13/3-explosions-rock-central-mindanao#.UgLKY1nWZrI.facebook

    How far would these senators and congressmen go? Is Luzon, Metro Manila, and Visayas also in their game plan?

    Let's be careful of heavily crowded places.

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  178. we are aware and furious and want to do something to turn around this poor country of ours.. but how can we be strong enough if we cannot get the masa to cooperate with us? again and again, they are blinded and will still vote for these leeches! the USA will never take us for a 51st state, we are more of a liablity than an asset..

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  179. Well sabi ka ni Manuel Quezon :" “I prefer a government run like hell by Filipinos to a government run like heaven by Americans". Be careful in what we wish for, we might just get it!!!

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  180. nagkalat na ito sa fb pero iniignore ko lang kase sobrang haba at hindi naman ako gaanung interested about political issues then ngayon napagpasyahan kong basahin,, grabe uminit ang dugo ko at nawalan ako ng pagasa pa na makabangon pa ang pilipinas dahil konectado silang lahat na nasa gobyerno. yung feeling na magugunaw na ang mundo ay feel ko din dito sa scandal na to.. i hope na makabangon pa rin ang pinas at mawala na talaga ang mga ganid at magnanakaw sa bansa

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  181. nagkalat na ito sa fb pero iniignore ko lang kase sobrang haba at hindi naman ako gaanung interested about political issues then ngayon napagpasyahan kong basahin,, grabe uminit ang dugo ko at nawalan ako ng pagasa pa na makabangon pa ang pilipinas dahil konectado silang lahat na nasa gobyerno. yung feeling na magugunaw na ang mundo ay feel ko din dito sa scandal na to.. i hope na makabangon pa rin ang pinas at mawala na talaga ang mga ganid at magnanakaw sa bansa

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  182. Reading halfway tumaas na ang highblood ko... grrr!

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  183. http://getrealphilippines.com/blog/2013/08/court-of-public-opinion-judges-janet-napoles-pork-portedly-guilty/

    It may sicken us to cleave to the principle of “presumed innocence”, respect the “right to due process”, respect the “right of the accused to face his/her accusers”, respect the “right to a fair and impartial hearing in a court of law”, etcetera… But can we really expect that in going full-out EMO and throwing out these principles will amount to a solution to corruption?
    What is clearly the solution, if it must stated, is to urge the Office of the Ombudsman to stop dragging its feet and file appropriate charges against all those named in the Pork Barrel Scam. That way, we can end this circus and somehow, let the rule of law prevail.

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  184. Too long to read of course coz the corruption happened for quite sometimes.

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