Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Politics and Myth Building in connection with Political Warlordism: List of Hoax or Myth in Political Arena in the Philippines Part 2 of 3 and 3 of 3

Top 6 and top 5: The Cojuanco and his nickname  "The Political Engineer" pew I mean the Political Controller

Among contemporary politicians, Danding Cojuangco is among the most adept at building alliances. Since founding the Nationalist People's Coalition as a vehicle for his presidency, Cojuangco has nurtured and consolidated the NPC. Seeing the devastating impact of family feuds on the Cojuangco family fortunes, his branch of the family has also reached a rapprochement with his cousin Cory Aquino's branch. In 2001, they did not field candidates against each other. Instead Benigno 'Noynoy' Aquino III held on to his post as representative of the second district, while the NPC got Tarlac's two other seats: Danding's nephew Gilbert Teodoro for the first district and Noynoy's uncle Jesli A. Lapus for the third.

"It's a policy of my Uncle Danding," said Teodoro. "He has seen what happens to other families, when there's too many of them struggling over a small pie. His rule is you're the one in your area, as long as you do your job, nobody will bother you."
Cojuangco's contribution to dynasty building is conflict avoidance within the clan. He did this by conceding the second district of Tarlac to his cousins. He also got out of the Cojuangco tribal ground and carved out new districts for his sons: the fifth district of Pangasinan for Marcos or 'Mark,' and the fourth district of Negros Occidental for Carlos or 'Charlie.'
Not all political families can do this, of course. Cojuangco succeeded only because of the geographical spread of his formidable business interests. He runs the Northern Cement Corp. in Pangasinan and owns at least 3,000 hectares of land in Negros Occidental. Rather than dissipating resources in a debilitating family feud, he simply expanded his political influence so there would be enough to go around. 

By 2001, Danding controlled all but one of the five districts of Negros Occidental and four of the six districts of Pangasinan, which was Ramos country in the 1990s. He did this by bankrolling the candidacies of his allies so they could outspend their rivals and by dispensing largesse in their districts. The NPC had 55 seats in the 12th House, many of them held by some of the oldest political clans who also collaborated with Marcos like the Escuderos, Fuentebellas, Duranos, Espinosas, Imperials, and Josons.
Cojuangco's ability to cobble together a redoubtable political network attests to his dealmaking skills, considering that he was forced into exile with Marcos in 1986 and was a political pariah until his return to the Philippines in 1989. NPC members almost always vote as a bloc because of the patronage debts they owe Cojuangco.
Cojuangco has used the NPC to enter into a coalition with the ruling party briefly in 1992 and for a longer period from 2001 to 2004, even when he supported the losing presidential candidate both times. This has enabled him to wangle concessions from the presidents and the governments then in power by promising to deliver a bloc of votes for bills that presidents wanted passed. Together with his influence in the courts and the bureaucracy, Cojuangco's clout in Congress has enabled him to regain and retain control of the biggest chunks of his business empire that were taken over in 1986. The NPC remains part of the ruling coalition. 

Top 4: Singson Clan 

The dirty badboy of Ilocos Sur the thru lord of the north, A very powerful Political King pin pew! The entirely control the Ilocos Sur but the problem is that this Singson Destroys all his enemy! 

Top 3: TV/media Myth

This is a recent addition to the arsenal of weapons available for dynasty building. Since the 1990s, celebrity power has been able to eclipse clan power, at least in some areas. This has left many families scrambling for the glitter and glamour of media or showbiz if only to heighten their electoral appeal. In the past, politicians merely hired entertainers to draw in the crowds: Today the entertainers themselves are running for office, shaking the complacency of political families and forcing them to reinvent themselves to be more acceptable to a media-inundated and celebrity-crazed electorate.
In some instances, scions of political families have married celebrities. In 2002, Negros Occidental Rep. Julio 'Jules' Ledesma IV walked down the aisle with the stunning movie star Assunta de Rossi in a televised ceremony at his hacienda. Ledesma is a descendant of some of the wealthiest Negrense sugar-planter clans. He is also related to the Lopez family that owns ABS-CBN and is a nephew of former Negros Rep. Hortensia Starke.
Earlier, Batangas representative and now Senator Ralph Recto wed popular movie actress Vilma Santos in 1992, a marriage that helped catapult the third-generation legislator (his grandfather was the nationalist Senator Claro M. Recto and his father Rafael was a member of the Batasang Pambansa) to the Senate. Other celebrity marriages of political clans in the House include those of Negros Occidental Rep. Carlos Cojuangco, son of San Miguel Corp. chairman Eduardo 'Danding' Cojuangco, to the late actress Rio Diaz, and that of Antonio 'Tonyboy' Floirendo to former Miss Universe and TV host Margie Moran. There is also Senator Francis 'Kiko' Pangilinan, husband of megastar Sharon Cuneta, who is now gunning for reelection as an independent.
Short of marrying celebrity, some politicians go into the media or the movies themselves.
Several host talk shows on radio or television. Ilocos Norte Rep. Imee Marcos once anchored an entertainment talk show on popular radio station DZBB. The fourth-generation legislator has also made cameo appearances on TV soaps and comedies, and is a fairly regular guest on talk shows, where she expounds not only on politics, but also on the talents of her ramp/commercial model son Borgy and the latest exploits of her mother Imelda. No doubt, she calculates that the showbiz glitz can help put the shine back on the tarnished Marcos name.
Lawyer Renato Cayetano, who died in 2003, was elected to the Senate in 1998 mainly because he hosted a popular radio and TV talk show where he dispensed free legal advice. Cayetano was not exactly a shining star of the legal profession. Far from it — he spent more time in coffeeshops than courtrooms, his skills honed in dealmaking rather than litigation. Yet his programs projected him as a skilled lawyer who helped ordinary folk. This media projection became the foundation of the Cayetano dynasty. Riding on his father's media-manufactured reputation, Alan Peter Cayetano won a House seat representing Taguig-Pateros in 1998, 2001, and 2004. He is now running for the Senate. His younger brother Rene Carl was elected Muntinlupa councilor in 2001 and 2004, while older sister Pia, who replaced their father in the radio show "CompaƱero y CompaƱera," won a six-year stint at the Senate in 2004.
Those who were already media or movie celebrities before entering politics have a decided advantage as far as name recall is concerned. They can then leverage this asset to ensure they and their kin hold on to public office. Thus, showbiz dynasties have emerged. These, however, have been more successful in their bids for national, rather than local or district, office. In part, this is because name recall is of paramount importance when vying for national positions, while money and machinery often matter more in local or district elections. The more successful showbiz clans, though, have been able to win both national and local posts.

JOSEPH Estrada, shown here campaigning in 1998, won the presidency by a big margin. Riding on his movie-star fame, his wife and son were eventually elected to public office. [photo courtesy of Malaya]

The most prominent among them are the Ejercitos: Movie star Joseph Estrada was a long-time San Juan mayor before being elected to the Senate in 1987 and to the presidency in 1998. Soon after his ouster in 2001, his wife Luisa or 'Loi' won a Senate seat and his son (by another woman) Jose Victor or 'JV' became San Juan mayor. In 2004, eldest son (by Loi) Jose or 'Jinggoy' was also elected senator, resulting in the Senate's first time to have a mother-and-son tandem. There was a time that the Revillas were in the Senate and in local government in Cavite. Three-term senator Ramon Revilla's son, the movie actor Ramon Jr. or 'Bong,' was elected Cavite vice governor in 1995 and governor in 1998. Bong replaced his father in the Upper House in 2004. Another son (the actor has more than 80 children with many wives), Edwin 'Stryke' Revilla, was on the Cavite provincial board from 1998 to 2004.
The senator's son-in-law, Robert Jaworski, is a sports celebrity, a former basketball player and coach who was elected to the Senate in 1998 and 2001. Jaworski's son Robert Jr. or 'Dodot' married Mikee Cojuangco, the daughter of former Tarlac Rep. Jose 'Peping' Cojuangco and former Tarlac Gov. Margarita 'Tingting' Cojuangco. Mikee, a former actress and champion equestrienne, was herself once a member of the Sangguniang Kabataan in Tarlac. Husband Dodot, became representative of Pasig City in Congress in 2004, but is said to be now eyeing the Pasig mayoralty.
Those who do not have direct access to media and celebrity make do with ensuring they get good media coverage. This is especially true for those who come from urbanized districts whose constituents are more thoroughly exposed to the media than those in the rural areas. This is also true for those whose ambitions go beyond their districts or beyond the House of Representatives, and so need national exposure via the media so they can vie for higher office.
Third-generation legislator Manuel Roxas II, a two-term Capiz representative who was President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's trade secretary, used clever TV advertising and maximum media visibility in preparation for his Senate run in 2004. Such exposure entails money as the cost of television advertising is prohibitive (in 2003, the top price for a 30-second placement on primetime TV was P130,000). In addition, politicians often give under-the-table payments for journalists in exchange for favorable coverage.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Indang is still desame part 1 of 2

"Noong Panahon namin ang Indang ay isang maayos na bayan masaya ang mga tao at halos mag kakakilala mahirap nga ang Buhay pero nariyan ang ang ating mga kabarangay handang tumulong at Kapag ngay Dumadayo kami sa barangay ng Calumpang para manghuli ng Isda ay sinasamahaan pa nila kami sa Ilog nilang kay sigla at kay linis, Ang mga taga Buna naman nooy talagang kay babait iyun nga laang kapag dumayo ka sa kanilay dapat at sa kinabukasan ka ng umuwi't tyak na ikay malalasing, diyan naman sa Kayquit ay dadayo kami ng paliligo ng ilog ang mga kabataay laging may tangan na Susumanin at sa kuboy mag kakantahan, Ang iyong nanay nakilala ko sa Barangay ng Bancod na dati ratiy dinadayo namin para mamitas ng mga prutas lalo na ang mangang pagkatatamis"

I still remember, the stories of experience of My Dad in several Barangays and sitios  in Indang, Cavite. My Dad is a Proud Son of Indang  a pure blooded Indangeno. Ohh well so do I! Im proud that Im from a simple town of Indang, where I was born and raised as a Cavitenyo. I remember when I was a kid My dad will teach me how to gather wild mushrooms while harvesting his Coffee bean from our Farm in Amadeo Indang Border. The Life in Indang is much comfortable than living in a highly Urbanized City in Metro Manila or to an Exclusive Subdivision with no friendly neighborhood.

 For, almost 3 years I lived in Katarungan Village alone to pursuit my Pre-Law Degree in a semi-exclusive university ohh I want to go home, I miss the native kalamay, Bibingka, Kape Luwak, and even Bayawak I really love those Native Indangenos food! It's very hard to adjust here in Manila when your lifestyle is from a rural town and community. I remember when I was in my first year of my Political Science Course I was dubbed as the Mr. Probinsyano because of my accent, attitude and looks because when I introduced my self it was very awful (I'm wearing an Long sleeve, Maong, and a pair of Black Shoes) Ako nga palay si ano si Christopher Bautista mula sa Indang Cavite labing pitong taong gulang(I'm from Buna Lejos so you must know my accent) Most of my classmate are laughing they dubbed me as Mr. Promdi Crap! thats awful but still im proud to be an Indangenyo. My first friend(my 1st gf in my college life) in my college life is Francesca Tan shes from Makati she approach me and ask me hows the life in our native municipality.

I tell her that my life in Indang was simple yet wonderful, my unforgettable experiences and all the good thing in my hometown. After 4 months we became couple. I Invited her to have a dinner with my family in my native hometown. I tell her that we would used public utility vehicle to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Indang.(She really loves photography). Upon arriving in Trece-Indang border she was astonished by the beauty of Indang (Fresh Air,Forested Area and off course Fresh Food) Indang was still beautiful nothing change I really loves the atmosphere and the Natural beauty of Indang. SA WAKAS! We arrived in Indang Cavite she tells me that Indang Plaza was designed by Spanish Engineers because of its typical Spanish style design she elaborate that the Church is near on Municipio, the Plaza, in the School and Palengke "Palengkeng Luma" while its main gate is facing them main road the Indang Tagaytay Road (pew! ohh well i agree). Indang is still desame nothing change it is still peaceful and beautiful.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

I hate the Government it controls the Justice System of the Philippines it kills our future!

!@#$%^ !@#$! Im so sorry I am bothered by the Government control on the Judiciary of our Country. The Administration Controls the Philippines Judicial System it kills us. what will happen in the future in 2010 beyond? I am afraid of my future. I am free but still, Im afraid to lived here in the Philippines. Election Fraud, Election related Violence, and the control of our Judicial System! I hope our next president is not a GMA or ERAP type leader they kill us! They kills our hope! They kill our dream!

It is a series of Conpiracy not only on the Ampatuan Issues but also the complex political warlordism and alliance in the country! 

I condemned! the decision of Sec. Agra I will dub him as the AGRAbyado ang tao! He ruined his fathers name! He destroys the Agra's Morale and Pride. His Decision as i believe is the one who destroys the Judicial system in the Philippines! The Case is About a series of Multiple Murders! which killed 57 people most of them are media man and woman! This is Pathetic! He ruined the pride of the Prosecutor! I believe that His name will be listed on the most unpopular secretary of justice! The worst of all Secretaries and the worst man in our times.

His one and only master our BELOVED and HONORED president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo would appoint the next chief justice. YES! you hear me she can appoint a new chief justice!? A puppet of Her Majesty Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. 9 of our chief justice (appointed by Arroyo).

the justices voted 9-1- 2, just as they did in resolving the consolidated petitions. This means nine magistrates kept their stand that the ban on midnight appointments under Section 15, Article VII of the Constitution does not cover the chief justice post and therefore, Mrs. Arroyo can name the successor of Chief Justice Reynato Puno who retires on May 17. 
"The nine are Justices Lucas Bersamin, Jose Perez, Roberto Abad, Martin Villarama, Teresita Leonardo-De Castro, Arturo Brion, Diosdado Peralta, Jose Mendoza and Mariano del Castillo. All are appointees of Mrs. Arroyo. 
Justice Conchita Carpio-Morales maintained her dissent, while Justices Antonio Eduardo Nachura and Presbitero Velasco Jr. voted to grant the appeals that sought dismissal of the petitions for being premature. 
Chief Justice Puno and the two most senior magistrates — Renato Corona and Antonio Carpio — again took no part in the voting". - By Edu Punay (Philstar News Service, 

I am embarassed and dismay I want change a 13 years old kiddo wants change! last friday is my bday! 

Saturday, April 17, 2010

sino sa tingin ny oang karapat dapat??

Government is not a business establishment if sa tingin ng isang politician na ang government ay parang business para bang sinabi na nya na communist thoughts un. Ang kahirapan ay hindi nawawala ang kahirapan ay hindi naalis pro maaring mabawasan at mapababa,! it's a hoax kapag sinabi mo na ang kahirapan ay matatangal sa 6 na taong pag upo sa executivedepartment kahit po ang iceland at sweden na alam naman natin na napakaliit ng corruption ay may kahirapan din.

Ang corruption ay mahirap i define ano nga ba ang ibig sabihin ng corruption? kapag ba gus2ng protektahan ang Status quo ng political Dynasty Corruption na ba un? or Maalis mo ba ang mga Political Dynasty na sumuporta sau nung election! khit nga po ang Traffic enforcer humihingi ng merienda, ang PDEA isa sa pinaka palpak na ahenxa ng Gobyerno! Pinanindigan kasi ng Gobyerno ang Negative side ng Bureaucracy! We can't remove corruption kahit ang tanod nangungurap! ang DPWH ba maayos kung mawawala ang corrupt? xempre oo! ang Pork Barrel ba matatangal pa un?? Sa tingin ko hindi kasi ung nakukuha ng mga Politician ang kailangan nila para sa political power, at status quo nila!

Hindi bawal mangarap ang mahirap at hindi rin bawala mangarap ang mga filipino! sanay masolusyunan na ang problema alam nyo sa tingin ko mawawala ang problema kung tayong mga Pilipino ay mag kakaisa tayoy makikilahok sa halalan at pipiliin natin ang mga manunungkulan hindi sa popularidad o yaman. sanay pumili tayo ng isang kandidato na uunahin muna ang kapakanan ng mga filipino hindi ko naman sinisisi ang Gobyerno! Pano kaya kung ang ating Constitution ay Base sa Atentikong Filipino Culture at Society dbat parang mas magiging maayos ang ating Constitution: Authentic Pilipino Constitution ika nga na hindi nakabase sa constitution ng amerika sapagkat malaki ang pinagkaiba ng pilipinas sa amerika. Mas iba ang ating kultura, iba ang ating Gobyerno at mas lalong iba ang ating indentity. sabi nga ni martin luther :

“Everybody can be great... because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. a soul generated by love. “
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
“If a man is called to be a streetsweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted or Beethoven composed music or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause and say, "Here lived a great streetsweeper who did his job well."
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Politics and Myth Building in connection with Political Warlordism: List of Hoax or Myth in Political Arena in the Philippines Part 1 of 3

Do you realize that every Politician has a political built up! of being a Champion of the Poor, a War Veteran or a Hero thingy without basis?
In-fact in the Pilipino Set-up we experienced this kind of a common Political Act of a Political animal well first Ill gonna define whats the meaning of Myth Building in Politics (well im so sorry for my wrong grammar) Myth Building in Politics is being driven by the power of media, news purveyors in newspapers, cable television and the Internet, and also by kith and kin, good friends and loyal devotees or by writing that THEY ARE A FILIPINO WAR VETERAN but honestly it is a cult Promotion in Politics and building a Political Influence.
The TOP 10 Myths in Politics:
Top 10: The Remulla Myth of Cavite - This is the myth of Political Clan of Cavite. Juanito Remulla came from a Lower Middle Class Family. He became a Governor of the Province from 1979 to 1995! he laid the foundation of Modern day Cavite with a Properous Agro-Industrialized Economy but in fact he committed brutal abused of Political Power by abusing, killing or Harrasing Native Farmer to convert their lands to Modern day industrial zone. His Myth as Unbeatable Kingpin became the foundation of the Modern day Remulla Clan yet in 1992 election he lost the election because of the killing of the only supporter of Ramos in Cavite the Ternate Mayor because of this Ramos take revenge in 1995 election: The ruling party then, Lakas-NUCD, worked to dislodge Remulla and his vice governor, Danilo Lara, by all means. Fielding National Bureau of Investigation chief Epimaco Velasco for governor and action star Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. for vice governor, Lakas funneled its campaign funds for the province to the Velasco-Revilla tandem, neglecting in the process its candidates for other positions. Days before the elections, soldiers raided Remulla’s house for highpowered arms; men in uniform were deployed to various parts of the province, presumably to prevent Magdalo from sowing violence and cheating in the elections. 
Remulla and his vice governor lost—but the candidates of Magdalo, the party he single-handedly built after his benefactor, Ferdinand Marcos, was ousted in 1986, won practically all other positions down to municipal councilors. With Velasco’s programs paralyzed due to non-support from Magdalo members, Remulla, in effect, did not really lose control of Cavite. 

TOP 9: The Villar Myth as the champion of the poor ii correct me i am wrong but is it obvious that Manny Villar is Trying to build his reputation as the Champion of the Poor and in fact Villar is commited a Fallacy "Aalising ko ang Kahirapan/ or wala na mag hihirap" I don't know what kind of Strategy it is? do you think that Poverty can be removed in a Republican-Democratic State? I guess Senator Villar is a big HOAX GIVER! even Japan or Iceland suffers Poverty, nor even United States if we would ask a Wyoming Farm Girl she would tell that villar committed a Rodeo Crime! Villar can change his Presidential advertisment and tell the Philippines "Uunti ang Mahihirap" My Professor thinks that Villar upsethis  intelectual supporters. 

TOP 8: Aquino Clan/Noy Noy Myth: Correct me I am wrong guys Noy noy used his parents influence and Political Propaganda of No Corruption yet it is hard to tell the meaning of corruption? I dont know how can he remove the corruption in the Philippines because of the 3 following reason first is the Political Dynasty this Political Dynasty would Protect their Status quo and protecting their Status is somehow a Smelly Fish out of the Smelly Fish 2nd is that even the councilors, Policeman or barangay Tanods committed corruption guys are you familiar with this word the word kotong? Traffic enforcers Highway Patrol or even tanod would ask for their pangmeryenda! what the crap

Top 7: The Lito Lapid Myth Lito Lapid is concidered as Leon Gerrero a Cow Boy Playboy or a champion of the Filipino Masses! Hey Leon!? Why you are so popular that you ranked top 9 in senatorial Surveys yet your not good as i think. You are used by this Political Kings! crap! 

Saturday, March 27, 2010


March 24, 2010


Ensuing protests by the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) students against the proposed 1666% tuition increase by the PUP Administration started on Thursday, March 18, led to the arrest of five students of PUP today.

Arrested are Cheyser Soriano, PUP main campus Central Student Council President, Judy Anne Fabito and Pi Em Canela , League of Filipino Students members, Fennin Louise Umagat, College of Lanuages and Lingustics Vice President, and Abriel Mansilungan of Kabataan Partylist. From Station 8 in Sta. Mesa, they were brought to Western Police District later today.

The arrested student leaders were leading PUP students in a protest march today towards the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to protest PUP's callous super-hike announcement without consultation with the students when they were blocked by police for alleged robbery of the chairs which the students took out from PUP campus to manifest their situation.

PUP administration announced the tuition hike informally and only through its website informing that the incoming freshmen students of PUP will be charged 200 (1$us = 45 pesos) peso per unit instead of the current 12 peso per unit starting the next semester on June subject to the approval of the Board of Regents (BOR). The BOR meeting is set on March 29 which the students criticized as mere formalization of a rail-roaded deal.

On Thursday, March 18, angry students of PUP Sta. Mesa campus threw dilapidated chairs from the fourth floor in one of the buildings inside campus to demonstrate their disgust at the government's neglect of the PUP education situation despite its being the biggest state university in the country. The next day, hundreds of students joined the protest actions inside PUP, threw again decripit chairs and desks and set them ablaze.

“PUP is supposed to be the most accessible university with its P12 tuition fee. What would happen now to our poor students and high school graduates? They have nowhere to go to,” said Cheyser Soriano, student council president.

Students criticize state abandonement of its responsibility with its decreasing allocation to education.Similar had also been imposed by state universities like the University of the Philippines increasing by 300% in tuition two years ago.

PUP's budget this year was decreased by 43 million pesos despite its almost 60, 000 student total population in 21 campuses all over the country. PUP is known to be the university where most of the poorest families send their sons and daughters.

However, Dr. Dante Guevarra, PUP President defends the 1666% tuition hike proposal and says that students should contribute by paying higher tuition because of the budget slash.

The student leaders vowed to continue the protests in all PUP campuses until the PUP administration withdraws the proposal. Today's pronouncement of the CHED warning PUP on hasty and un-consulted tuition hike did not balk student leaders in their plans for massive protest action on March 29 during the supposed BOR meeting.

"The arrests done today on the prodding of the PUP administration is a shameless and desperate action of PUP administration to weaken our resolve. We will not bow down to whatever harassment case the administration will unjustly press against us because we want the CHED and the whole country to watch the dilapidated chairs as symbol of our education in PUP . Tuloy ang laban! (Onwards with the struggle)," Cheyser said.

PUP students and supporters staged an indignation rally and vigil tonight in front of the WPD and vowed to stay there until the release of their peers. They were held for robbery counts.

Onwards with the Struggle, NO to 1666% Tuition Hike
No to Commercialization of Education,
Higher State Subsidy to Education!
(from LFS National)

Friday, March 26, 2010

bar exam result

here is the link :)congrats to all bar passer
maybe in the future im one of the member of Philippine BAR! God bless

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Villar vs. Noy2

I am a member of a Political Clan nung una nayayamot ako kasi they are expecting to much from me. but when i read the Ethics in Politics by Jovito Salonga.
Trapo is good. as long as they practice being a statesman. Claro M. Recto is a Trapo yet he is a statesman, Senator Tanada is a Trapo yet he's the father of freedom of Assembly, Jose Laurel is a trapo yet he became a statesman in his own rights. I don't support noynoy but i wont vote for villar either i really hate his campaign ads the fact that Villar ads by nature is a fallacy can villar Define the meaning of Poverty? Hindi nawawala ang kahirapan Never yan natatapos. Pero pag sinabi mong ipagpapatuloy ang laban upang maiwasan ang corruption, pwede pa. And you don't need to experience those things like taking a bath in a sea full of garbages to feel what it is like to be in poverty because what we are experiencing right now is poverty itself. And we can't just stop it dramatically. I admire Villar because of what he has been through in his rags to riches life. But the thing is, you can't instantly stop poverty and things doesn't change dramatically. It takes time. Galing at talino? Yeah. You also need those to be an excellent leader. Kanya kanyang diskarte na lang yan kung papaano gagamitin yan.

Villar is a Trapo by his own rights, He used his status quo to invest un nga lang masmalala at mas hayop!My dad as a judge handle a case in regards to the "Malicious Land Grabbing of Villar Corporations" yet he is still impartial. My great great grandpa is a well known critics of Roxas Administration yet he believe that Roxas in one of the Abliest President in the Philippines without him the Philippines Reconstruction effort is a mess . His Father is a well known senator as the head of the Lofty opposition against the New Society of Marcos.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

A Political thought of a 12 years old kid

My Political thought
“Everybody can be great... because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. a soul generated by love. “
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

“If a man is called to be a streetsweeper, he should sweep streets even as Michelangelo painted or Beethoven composed music or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause and say, "Here lived a great streetsweeper who did his job well."
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

This is the quotation of Martin Luther King Jr. that I won’t forget. Since I was in 5th Grade I appreciate Martin Luther King speeches and writings I was astonished by his charisma and will he wants a free society so am I. My father always tells me that Martin Luther is a great guy a mover of peace and justice. As My Political thoughts is connected with Martin Luther King’s Political thoughts and Idea maybe I’m just a young Liberal who believe that Filipinos can be Filipinos on their own. I want a society free from nothing but bonded by the unity of culture, faith and tradition. A new revolution that would start from the true Filipino! A man with Heart, Courage and Love for our country. Filipino now a day’s developed the apathetic sense of duty they blamed corruption as the main cause of poverty but the problem is the lack of love to the country. Revolution must start to all the classes of the Society the True Filipino from the Elites, the Middle Class and even the Poor I believe that we the True Filipino who have love for their country would be successful on defending our Democracy an authentic Democracy that are based on our culture and tradition.
The Philippines must be a Democratic-Republican state that will be based on Filipino Democracy and not based on American Democracy because if our government were based on American thoughts it won’t be successful. Philippines have a different Political and Democratic arena and an American way of governance would bring a nothing but confusion to our Democratic Cause is it proven by your generation that American Democracy here in the Philippines is not successful it just brings confusion and infamy to our unity we must have a Constitution based on Filipino culture and tradition. We must create a New Democracy called the true Philippine Democracy that would value our Country and its citizen and would focus on what I called “Filipino first Benefits”. This Filipino Democracy would value the role of Opposition the one who checks the Majority as the Majority respects the opinion of the Minority, We will retain the idea of bicameral Law Making Body and all the bill would be open to public as media would actively observe the movement of the lawmakers, it must be open to the Public as Media became impartial and great. The Government must condemn extra judicial killings so as the Media would be strong enough to criticize the government yet respect the role of the government on Nation building, the Media must realize the meaning of being an impartial sector that would appreciate and check the wrong doing of the government. The Senate must be reformed; the house of senate would be a representation of the people in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao because I believe that it would be very helpful to our development. Strike must be appreciated; the Law Makers and the Government must listen to address the issues of this strike.
So the Filipino would start to value our Democracy and this would create Harmony, Harmony that would last forever and because of the Filipino Democracy in the Philippines it would play a great role in our neighboring countries, so hence we are again ready to have an Economic and Trade Agreement to our Neighboring Countries. Philippines Government must invest on our neighboring countries before entering a trade relationship with other states in the world, Filipino Elites must be a wise investors and Businessman that would help the country as they prioritize Investment here in the Philippines and as an exchange Philippines Government would protect Filipino Businessman as they protect Philippines Economy and now we are ready for a New trade relationship in the world, We must prioritize the International Relationship as we prioritize our Armed Forced and because of Filipino Democracy the Armed Force would have morale of a Tiger and a heart of a Pigeon the protector of Filipino democracy yet we would retain that our Armed Forces would be a defense force but it will became one of the modern Armed Force in Asia and in the World.
Everybody can be great because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love. It would happen the Philippines would reform its Education in Authentic Philippine Democracy as it supports a modern education based on our own culture and tradition yet we would still value the use of English to be a globally competitive State. Philippine Government would prioritize Education as she creates a Free Education from Elementary to Secondary level, the Government Owned University would be virtually free University for the masses, Armed Force Conscription and Police Conscription will be supported and would generate income for the Filipino, so hence the Government would help the Filipino Poor yet protecting Filipino Democracy and reduced the crime rate in the country. This new professionals will be supported by a Filipino Owned Businesses as they would work for the Filipino cause a new Filipino Republic. And because of the idea the poverty rate here in the Philippines would be dramatically reduces. I’m not against with the Workers working abroad their taxes are essential for the Philippine Growth yet Medical workers must have a Mandatory Servitude to our Health Sector for the period of 5 years until our Health Sector would became one of the best in the world.
In able to be successful the Constitution must be based on Filipino Democracy. It would prioritize the Bill of Rights and the abolishment of Political Warlordism including establishment of Political Dynasty. The new Constitution must be taught in High school and Elementary to Developed their sense of Love to the Country. Filipino Minority must be protected, and Discrimination must be penalized as the Filipino Democracy and Government would protect every citizen here in the Philippines. The separation of the church and state must be observed as the Law makers won’t be influenced by the church comments. Law makers must promised laws that are necessary for the Filipino People Health Bills, Reproductive Health bill, and Divorced must be legalized for the Protection of Woman and Children.
This is the society that I’m looking for. And this is my Political Thought a Government for the Filipino and the Democracy created for the Filipino by a true Filipino as Filipino hopes for the a clean and honest government Filipino must Love their country as the Youth must be Patriot for Liberalism and the Adult must be a conservative for the Government as they became Patriot for the Philippines.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

essay by a korean from the philippines By: Jaeyoun Kim

Filipinos always complain about the corruption in the Philippines. Do you really think the corruption is the problem of the Philippines? I do not think so. I strongly believe that the problem is
the lack of love for the Philippines.

Let me first talk about my country, Korea. It might help you understand my point. After the Korean War, South Korea was one of the poorest countries in the world. Koreans had to start from scratch
because entire country was destroyed after the Korean War, and we had
no natural resources.

Koreans used to talk about the Philippines, for Filipinos were very rich in Asia. We envy Filipinos. Koreans really wanted to be well off like Filipinos. Many Koreans died of famine. My father & brother
also died because of famine. Korean government was very corrupt and is
still very corrupt beyond your imagination, but Korea was able to
develop dramatically because Koreans really did their best for the
common good with their heart burning with patriotism.

Koreans did not work just for themselves but also for their neighborhood and country. Education inspired young men with the spirit of patriotism. 40 years ago, President Park took over the government to
reform Korea. He tried to borrow money from other countries, but it was
not possible to get a loan and attract a foreign investment because the
economic situation of South Korea was so bad. Korea had only three
factories. So, President Park sent many mine workers and nurses to
Germany so that they could send money to Korea to build a factory. They
had to go through horrible experience.

In 1964, President Park visited Germany to borrow money. Hundred of Koreans in Germany came to the airport to welcome him and cried there as they saw the President Park. They asked to him, ‘President, when can
we be well off?’ That was the only question everyone asked to him.
President Park cried with them and promised them that Korea would be
well off if everyone works hard for Korea, and the President of Germany
got the strong impression on them and lent money to Korea. So,
President Park was able to build many factories in Korea. He always
asked Koreans to love their country from their heart.

Many Korean scientists and engineers in the USA came back to Korea to help developing country because they wanted their country to be well off. Though they received very small salary, they did their best for
Korea. They always hoped that their children would live in well off
country. My parents always brought me to the places where poor and
physically handicapped people live. They wanted me to understand their
life and help them. I also worked for Catholic Church when I was in the
army. The only thing I learned from Catholic Church was that we have to
love our neighborhood. And, I have loved my neighborhood. Have you
cried for the Philippines? I have cried for my country several times. I
also cried for the Philippines because of so many poor people. I have
been to the New Bilibid prison. What made me sad in the prison were the
prisoners who do not have any love for their country. They go to mass
and work for Church. They pray everyday.

However, they do not love the Philippines. I talked to two prisoners at the maximum-security compound, and both of them said that they would leave the Philippines right after they are released from the prison.
They said that they would start a new life in other countries and never
come back to the Philippines.

Many Koreans have a great love for Korea so that we were able to share our wealth with our neighborhood. The owners of factory and company were distributed their profit to their employees fairly so that
employees could buy what they needed and saved money for the future and
their children.

When I was in Korea, I had a very strong faith and wanted to be a priest. However, when I came to the Philippines, I completely lost my faith. I was very confused when I saw many unbelievable situations in
the Philippines. Street kids always make me sad, and I see them
everyday. The Philippines is the only Catholic country in Asia, but
there are too many poor people here. People go to church every Sunday
to pray, but nothing has been changed.

My parents came to the Philippines last week and saw this situation. They told me that Korea was much poorer than the present Philippines when they were young. They are so sorry that there are so many beggars
and street kids. When we went to Pasangjan, I forced my parents to take
a boat because it would fun. However, they were not happy after taking
a boat. They said that they would not take the boat again because they
were sympathized the boatmen, for the boatmen were very poor and had a
small frame. Most of people just took a boat and enjoyed it. But, my
parents did not enjoy it because of love for them.

My mother who has been working for Catholic Church since I was very young told me that if we just go to mass without changing ourselves, we are not Catholic indeed. Faith should come with action. She added that
I have to love Filipinos and do good things for them because all of us
are same and have received a great love from God. I want Filipinos to
love their neighborhood and country as much as they love God so that
the Philippines will be well off.
I am sure that love is the keyword, which Filipinos should remember. We cannot change the sinful
structure at once. It should start from person. Love must start in
everybody, in a small scale and have to grow. A lot of things happen if
we open up to love. Let’s put away our prejudices and look at our
worries with our new eyes.
I discover that every person is worthy to be loved. Trust in love,
because it makes changes possible. Love changes you and me. It changes
people, contexts and relationships. It changes the world. Please love
your neighborhood and country.
Jesus Christ said that whatever we do to others we do to Him. In the Philippines, there is God for people
who are abused and abandoned. There is God who is crying for love. If
you have a child, teach them how to love the Philippines. Teach them
why they have to love their neighborhood and country. You already know
that God also will be very happy if you love others. That’s all I
really want to ask you Filipinos.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Politika ng Cavite part. 1

Pasenxa na po kayo! kasi nakagalitan ako ng tatay ko last time ewan ko kung bakit bawal ba mag bigay ng saloobin sa Politika? eh kasi naman member kami ng political clan ng cavite ang mga REVILLA-BAUTISTA ng IMUS at KAWIT. ay kaya pala napunta jan ung topic eh ung topic ko ngayun eh ang politika sa lumalalang situation ng Cavite na kung saan kinokontrol ng ilang malalakas na Politiko at political dynasty ang political arena ng bayan ng Cavite. Nais ko sana sila bigyan ng ranking eh oh rate tka umpisahan natin.

ang mga talo.

sa General Emilio Aguinaldo - alam nyo ba ang bayang ito ito nga pala ang pinaka mahirap na bayan ng Cavite di pag nag uumpisa ang kampanya ng mga presidente eh makikita mo na ang mga poster ng mga kandidato na gusto lumahok sa lokal na pamahalaan.

sa Tanza - Sa Dami dami ng kandidato at ang kanilang mga supporters ewan ko lang kung supporters pro mukhang hindi eh ung bawal bahay ata eh may poster ng mga dakilang kandidato ang nakalagay eh nanjan si mayor si congressman si gobernor at si presidente at vice presidente ibat ibang partido ngunit lumalabag sa election code.

sa bayan ng indang
- Ang indang hay naku payapa naman ang indang un nga lang may isang kandidato nais ko sana sabihin ang pangalan isa xang babae so alam na ng mgataga indang kung sino to. september ko unang nakita ang imahe nya naku kay ganda akala ko eh nag aadvertisment lang ng ngiti ung poster nya eh ganito ____tooot___ ang kabataan ang pag asa ng kabataan dahil nga dakila akong tambay nabalitaan ko ung plano nya.. wahaha nag isponsor xa ng sportsfest at kung anu anu pa sana wag to manalo kasi baka mangyari nyan mawalan ng kaban ang indang..

Ang dakilang bayan ng Kawit - ang makamaganak pala di rin nagiging mag kamag anak kapag ang nakataya eh kapangyarihan naku eh anu nga ba ngyari sa kawit na unahan na ata sila sa pag unlad ng mga katabing bayan eh. biruin nyo sobrang korakot katakot takot kulangot ang ng yayari wahaha eh un ngang mag kamag anak handa mag laban eh..

sa Tagaytay - napaka payapa naman ng eleksyon dito dun sa mga dinadaanan ng mga turista walang mga campaign parepernalya o waht ever basta ang alam ko kapag pumunta ka na sa sa tabi tabing lugay anjan na ang campaign kampanya at mga nangangampanya napaka payapa ng tagaytay sana lang iwasan mag kala t dito.. ngayung eleksyon..

ang Bacoor si ate **** ang pag asa daw pati banaman sa de la salle dasmarinas may tent xa haha pato sa isang subdivision ng bacoor makikita mo ung malaking taling nya kasama xa sa mga kalahiaan ng isang malaking political clan ng cavite! sana tignan muna ng mga taga bacoor ang political background at educational background nitong babaeng ito. sana lang sana lang!! manalo ang nakaupong mayor kesa ung kalaban nya naku haha lahat na lang eh kasi kahit pintura ng side walk may image nitong exmayor na to dati. ang malupet na pasugalan at mga beerhouse dati!! baka mag balik!

Trece alam naman natin na ang trece ay marumi at malandi ang politika! anyways may nagtatayo ng politikal dynasty dito

ang imus mag ama!pro sa totoo lang magaling na gobernador ang isa dito tinitingala ko siya talga un nga lang sila ung angkan na may pinakamalaking kikitain kung mangungurakot! ewan kasi pondo ng Provincial capital at isang malaking munipalidad na IMUS wag naman sana! KA AYONG! mahal ka namin! pero kelangan eh di dapat!!

ang mga totoong talo
Ang mga Mamamayan ng LALAWIGAN ng CAVITE nako ayan na nga ang mga polikal dynasty lumalabas na pati ung mga nagtatayo ng politikal dynasty dati kuntento na kami sa apat eh ngayun nag sisipag labasan na! nag tatayo na sila ng ugat ung malalaking ugat ang politika ng anaman wag sana gamitin sa pagpapalaki ng tyan

ang mga panalo:

sa ngayon iilang munisipyo pa lang ang nanalo para sa akin

ang mga panalo

Dasma naku winner ang mayor dito at ang congressman sinasamba ko sila unang una ang panukalang panglunsod na kung saan bawal mag post sa mga poste kaayaaya malinis at maayos na ang dasma! napakagaling din ng magasawa kahanga hanga napakalaki ng pag unlad ng dasma! as in from 1st class municipality to 1st class or mega city na xa ngayun! kaso nayayamot ako sa mga senador nalumalapastangan sa ganda ng dasma! hays

ang bayan ng magallanes Oh kay laki ng pag unlad ng bayang ito napakagaling talga from 6th class to 5th class municipality mamista ka dito sure ako na food trip ka! napakaganda pag masdan ang pagunlad at pag ganda ng magallanes! ohh salamat sa mayor!!

Monday, March 8, 2010

ang trapo sa mata ng isang bata part 3

eto nanamn po ako di ko lang alam kung worth talga tong pag susulat ko! nais ko sanang mamulat ang mga nakakatanda na gamitin natin ung kaisipang makadiwa natin.
Sana maisip nila ung sinabi ni Jose Rizal na kami ang pag asa ng bayan ngunit magigi ba kaming pag asa kung ang mga politikong trapo ang mamumuno ng bansa??
Nais ko ding sabihan ang mga trapo na sana naman gayahin nila ang mga dating senador lalong lalo na sina Sen. Tatad, Sen. Aquino, Sec. Benigno dbat napakasaya kung ganito ang magiging polital arena ng pilipinas magagaling at may mga paninindigan sabi nga ni ferdinand marcos sa "new society" Politics can be dirty upon doing it so! hay naku!
kanina nabasa ko sa news paper na ang pilipinas lumalaki ang utang from 3.5Trillion pesos eh ngayun 6Trillon pesos na nakakahiya naman sa magiging pangulo ng pilipinas mahirap yatang solusyunan ang ganito! dahan dahan lang sana sa pag gastos! ang mahal na pagpunta sa ibat ibang bansa ng ating mahal na pangulo kasama ang kanyang cabinete at dakilang entourage! hays anu ba naman yan!!!

Mga Kuya mga ate! gamitin nating ang utak natin hindi ung iboboto natin sila dahil sa survey! eh example nga ung transparency international bakit tayo pinaka corrupt kasi ung demokrasya eh american based bakit di nila ginawang basehan ang oriental based democracy!!

May bukas pa!! Sumulong at umahon mabuhay ang mga pilipino!!

Wag naman po sana ako makulong sapagkat eto ay komento ko lang sa ating politika at mga traditional politician!

Wag sana tayong matakot Exercise your vote this comming 2010 election and follow what you feel because voting is not a game and your vote is not for sale

Sunday, March 7, 2010

ang trapo sa mata ng isang bata part 2

Na realize ko lang na ang mga trapo alam ang concepto ng demokrasya ngunit ayaw nila idamay ang status quo nila! sasabihin nila tumutulong sila gumagawa ng batas ngunit ayaw nila gamitin ang fame nila para makapagpatupad ng batas. hay buhay bakit ganito ang politika sa pilipinas? hindi kagaya ng mga kalapit nating mga bansa kagaya ng singapore authoritarian pro maunlad at maayos, malaysia na kung saan dati ay mas mahirap pa sa ating ngayun hay nako! tayo na nga ba ang pinakama corrupt na bansa wag naman sana! pano na sa aking mata sa mata ng isang bata. kasi na realize ko na kahit sa pag sakay ng jeep may corruption biruin mo sasakay ako from indang hangang dasmarinas na 22 lamang ang pamasahe eh sasabihin banaman ng jeep na 28 daw?? what the kuya estudyante po ako di po ako! empleyado?! ang mga kabataan naman eh nako! nakaka inis! alam nyo kung bakit sa murang edad nag susugal na sila, nag sisigarilyo? ganun ba ang kabataan na pag asa ng bayan o nalason na talga ang kamalayan nila? naku maiba tayo!
Ang mga Trapo nanjan lang sa tabi tabi kanina pumunta ako sa tanza kasama ng nanay ko alam nyo ba na ang karakol isang cultural dance ng mga kabitenyo eh ginawang parausan ng mga kandidato? di ko nga maisip kung bakit binababoy nila ang kultura naku sana buhay si lolo uteng (patron saint ng brgy. ng Tanza) nariyan ang kampanya ng mga mayor at bokal eh! alam nyo un 3 partido may mga poster may mga stamp, tapos ung mga higantes sponsor ng kandidato sak ung!! GRABE pati banamna ang kurakol lahjat ng nagkukurakol halos uniporme na ng kandidato sinu ba naman matutuwa doon??

Saturday, March 6, 2010

TRAPO sa mata ng isang bata part. 1

Para sa akin sika lung mga tao o mga politician na mahilig o sadyang bumababoy sa constitution at eleksyon ng Pilipinas, na riyan ung mga politiko na sumisira sa eleksyon sabi nga ng isang politician kung kelan election saka nawawalan ng demokrasya kasi dba ung mga politician mula sa ABRA,MAGUINDANAO eh sadyang gumagamit ng Dahas na nagiging sanhi ng walang say say na ELEKSYON.
Siguro sa mura kong edad di ko pa talga alam ang ibig sabihin ng demokrasya sabi ng tatay ko ang demokrasya daw ay gobyerno ng mga mamayan hindi ng mga mamayang mapang api!
Sa dinami dami ng tao sa pilipinas iilang pamilya lamang ang kumokontrol sa pilipinas. nariyan ang Durano at Garcia ng Cebu, ang Remulla, Revilla-Bautista ng Cavite, at marami pang ipa. Nais ko lang sabihin na para sa bata na kagaya ko sobrang nakakayamot na eh, lalong lalo na sa maguindanao sila ung mga politiko or political warlords na MAGNANAKAW, MANDRAMBONG at MGA TYRANT
sana ngaun eleksyon gumamit tayo ng utak hindi ng popularidad?
meron nga isang senator jan na top sa rating pro wala naman talga wala xa nagwa xa lang ung nag protekta sa babaeng artista na minaltrato ng Doctor

“Maybe I can’t vote but I’m conviced with Gilbert Teodoro! Education must be revitalize, and Poor Shall be protected.

Last Friday was a wonderful day. Gilberto "Gibo" Teodoro and Senator Richard Gordon attend a presidential forum in De La Salle University- Dasmarinas. I wonder if they are honest and clean! Oh well based on their track record they are clean and sufficient enough to became the next Philippines President, but I wonder how Gilbert Teodoro rule when he became the next Philippine President rumor says that maybe he will became a puppet of Gloria Macapagal Arroyo or a Puppet of a Business Tycoon Danding Cojuanco, but ohh well He and Noy-Noy are Niece of Danding Cojuanco so maybe he's not a puppet of the business Tycoon and a Warlord of NPC party. Richard Gordon on the other hand are proud and bold to say that he's not a Trapo based on his achievement ohh well he's a member of Political Clan and based on my observation a Liberal Trapo.
Their Platform are good and fabulous if you are a listener not a crituc you would say that Gibo and Gordon has a Good Platform but i would like to insist that "Every Platform are good, but those Platform are just beautiful sometimes it does not happen."
Gilbert Teodoro is a member of Lakas-Kampi-CMD a Big Political Party that can be the largest Political winner in 2010 but face the reality man! The Boat would sunk! The Large Boat Would Sink! He's a member of well largest but the most unpopular party in the Philippines, while Richard Gordon have a large and sufficient "Volunteer" not machinery.
I also want to give comment to the "One Revolution Kilos Kabataan Movement." The Old Granny is right "One Revolution" is a Partisan name and maybe influenced by the Ruling Government in Cavite, the Liberals of Cavite headed by our beloved Governor coined Revolution that would obviously focus on Caviteno Political Idea before Economic, Industrial and Agricultural Activity. To the concervative like Granny and offcourse like me "One Revolution" (based on posters found in EPZA, Trece Martires and my beloved hometown Indang) that One Revolution project have and image of the Vice Governor of Cavite and the Board Member of District 2 of Cavite. I guess One Revolution means one vote to the officer endorsed by the Governor.
“Maybe I can’t vote but I’m conviced with Gilbert Teodoro! Education must be revitalize, and Poor Shall be protected. I really like his Platform and his good looks” – Christopher Bautista.
I strongly agree with Christopher Bautista the Gentleman from Lakas CMD would be the chance for us. The youth must actively participate with the cause of Gilbert Teodoro. His Flatform Rocks and it will help the so called Philippine goodhope!

Storyang kay Tam IS: Blue Love Green Part II

now im pregnant again and tnx god we've got twins eto ulit si drea ill gonna share what happen after ng pag papakasal namin, Im a Company manager na nga pala and im wondering if mag reresign na ako sa work ko, Brin is so sweet kagaya ng dati lagi nya akong sinusuprise, he's my ideal guy mabait, cultured, smart and loyal plus xempre he's cute. every morning maaga xa gumising hmm mukha nga xa na ung house husband in real eh alam mo un pinag luluto nya ako, with my favorite italian foods and japanese stuffs tapos every time na nangungulit ako lagi nya ako hinaharana ang ganda talga ng smile nya i dont know lalo ako na iinlove araw araw siguro un relationship namin eh parang trenches na nag kakasalubong laging pataas and napakasaya kasi para akong nasa fantasy alam mo un with my own prince charming tnx for yahoo and the internet nakilala ko xa, so eto ikkwento ko na ung aniv namin..

mga 1 week before our aniv binigyan nya ako ng gift check papuntang bohol and im wondering kung bakit hindi xa sasama kasi he's my boss and I'm her deputy nagtaka ako vacation kasi noon, 1 week vacation rather pro i accept it kasama ang younger sister nya, we've enjoy a lot pmunta kami sa bohol i see the chocolate hillsseveral beaches and bitches! haha, it was fun kasi that was my 1st time na makapunta sa bohol pro every night lagi ko xa iniisip, wala akong dalang phone kasi gus2 nya na makapag relax daw ako at huwag alalahanin ang city life, pro honestly nag enjoy ako nawala ata mga stress mark ko and somehow sobrang enjoy ko kahit wala xa her sister is so cute at sobrang close kami para nga kaming magkapatid.

then i found out na Kaya pala di sumama si brin kasi, may gagawin xa he've invited his friends at family ko na pumunta sa bahay namin at tagaytay and nag request xa na kung pde tulungan xa sa pag pprepare ng aniversary party namin, nag prepare xa ng sexy lingerie(haha totoo), bouquet of roses, tulips, lavender, and german alcie umuwi ako and nakalock ung front door so i get the key sa secret box! then when i open the house punung puno ng bulaklak ung hous namin parang garden then for me? as in napakaraming rose ung kwarto namin pinuno nya ng flowers pati ung garden siguro with the help of his friends and my relatives then pmunta ako sa likuran ng bahay and sabi na nga ba it's a surprise nakakakilig talga nakita ko ung mom ko! tuwang tuwa mom ko kasi sobrang swerte ko daw my mom says parang binabalik daw ni brin ung pag kabata nya i was amazed alam mo un para akong bagong kasal nung nakita ko ung gift nya sa akin punong puno ng flower tapos ung scent nila sobrang panalo yeah im sexy! i know that im sexy at lalo akong sumesexy dahil sa mga suprises nya she gave me a pendant a heart jade na may naka engrave sa loob ng heart na brin and drea tapos while kinakausap ko mga friends namin he takes the center stage and grabe hinarana nya ako literally harana tawa nga ako ng tawa pro kilig na kilig kabisang kabisa ko pa ung lyrics pure filipino here's the line " ikaw ang pag ibig na aking tinatangi ikay aking iibigin magpakailan pa man, o binibini sanay pakingan mo ang puso na umiirog sa iyo" tapos bigla xa nag speech miss Drea im wondering kung kelan mo ako pag bibigyan na ikaw ay aking maiisayaw harhar the chinese guy is fluent in filipino that time tuwang tuwa ako tama na haha baka kinikilig ka na ba?

OO kilig na po ako! haha

The Laptop Quest: dream of a New Apple Notebook

I'm wondering if everyone dreams a MacBook I'm aiming to have one! and i wish my mac book is this mega $2400.00 wew almost 140000 pesos do you think my parents can buy this Laptop for a 13 year old kiddo How I wish, here's the feature of the Laptop i want!

Apple 17" MacBook Pro Notebook

(2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile, 4GB DDR3, 500GB HDD, DVD±RW DL, Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard, 17" LCD - MPN: MC226LLA)

the keyboard has media control keys located along the function key row. The keyboard has a springy yet solid feel to it, and offers a bit more tactile and audible feedback than early MacBook models. Unfortunately, you won’t find the touted MultiTouch trackpad on any MacBook. If you really have the need to pinch, swipe, and rotate on the trackpad, you have to turn to the MacBook Pro Notebook.
Most of the other components in the new MacBooks are the same as their older counterparts. All models have a 13.3-inch glossy widescreen display with a 1,280 by 800 pixel resolution, built-in iSight camera, built-in stereo speakers and microphone, analog and digital audio input and output, one FireWire 400 and two USB 2.0 ports, 802.11n-enabled AirPort Extreme, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, and Gigabit Ethernet. The $1,099 MacBook has a 24x slot-loading combo drive, while the other two MacBooks have an 8x slot-loading double-layer SuperDrive. One thing you won’t find in the box anymore is the Apple Remote, which is now a $19 add-on. Software-wise, the MacBooks include OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and iLife ‘08.

Ohh! well the Macbook is HOT! HOT! HOT! and the price is super Crap! for my young age. I wish my parents are rich!

Villar Campaign Song Gay Version

Ano sa tingin nyo dba? mas maganda kapag mga bakla ang kumanta :))!

Turn off! Jahe ka kasi! 5turn offs

Everyone reads too much into things at the beginning of a relationship. Even the dude who pretends he couldn't be more casual. It's natural -- we're trying to mind-read our dates, gauge intentions, figure out if our new flame would rather be doing her nails than listening to our college stories during a nice night out on the town. So you have to be careful with us guys -- even though we pretend not to be so sensitive -- and realize what signal you're sending.
Here are five that say: I really really like you... for anyone else but me.
More on Dating from Glamour:

1. The Coffee Invite
"Let's totally have coffee at 2:15 on Wednesday!" Coffee? On a weekday? At such a precise time? That's when you meet your friend's little sister who wants to ask you for career advice.
2. The Group Invite
"Me and a bunch of my friends are going to be at XX bar, why don't you stop by?" When we hear that you're bringing your friends along, we assume you don't want to be alone with us.
3. The Inappropriate Attire
"I just came from the gym." It's no problem if you don't dress like you're on your way to accept the academy award for best actress, but if you're wearing sweatpants, we're assuming you don't want us to think about you in any sensual way.
4. The Excuse Caused by Your Insecurity
"I'm soooooo tired." This is the absolute worst. I've had women say that to me when they've actually been interested and later admit that they were just worried that they seemed boring and were making an excuse. But what we hear is: I'm laying the groundwork to go home as soon as possible.
5. The Outpouring About Your Ex
"I'm just getting out of a really intense relationship." We don't care if this is true, and we know that even people just emerging from coupledom can get involved with new people. But we don't want to spend our first moments alone together hearing about how intense your old relationship was. Not the mental picture that makes us giddly

Fashionista nga ba? tanung ng Professional Tambay

Ang matinding pasyonista eh ung ayaw mabahiran ng dumi, nag-iingles ng balu-baluktot pag kasama mga kaibigan at halos hingalin sa pagpulot ng tamang salitang inggles pero ang dating eh nagmumukha paring tanga sa pag-inggles, kala mo mga eletistang di na kayang abutin, at ung mga pasyonistang pasosyal na tumatambay sa mga mamahaling pakapehan pero pag uwi sabaw lng ang ulam...

lam nyo un, di tamang manlait eh, pero kung gan2ng mga tao ang makakasalamuha (ipokrito't ipokrita), taena, ano nlng kakalabasan natin dba?? wala na ung pagiging natural natin...pero teka...

ayos ang inggles hija (hija eh noh..hehe)....pero ung dala nmn sana, ung nasa tamang lugar at ung dating eh un bang may punto...

di natn maalis sa sistema ng edukasyon ng pinas ang bilinggual (pag gamit ng salitang inggles at filipino)..andun na un eh..kumbaga sa sugat...isa ng malaking peklat na kelangang dalhin habambuhay....

sa kabuuan...ayos ang inggles...kahit nakaka pandugo ng ilong..wag lng sanang abusuhin.....pinas tau nakatuntong eh...hehe...pis mga pre'...ang akin lng eh..opinyon lng nmn..

at eto pa....

sa totoo lang wala naman talagang kinalaman ang pagkakape sa pananamit..pero dahil nga sa panahon ngayon na kasali na sa accessories ang baso ng kape na bitbit galing dun sa sosyal na kapehan na yun o kaya magdadamit fashionista para lang makatambay dun..sabay english english narin ng konti..parte ng package kumbaga..

kung nagkakanda paltos paltos na ang paa, pero dahil uso at bagay daw, ok lng kahit isang kilometro pa ang lakarin makarampa lang.. hila ng hila ng damit na maikli dahil nagtricycle lang din pala.. makaporma lang..

para sakin di ko isasakripisyo ang pagiging kumportable para lang makasunod sa uso at maging maganda sa paningin ng iba kahit wala na sa lugar..kung uso na at kumportable pa, bakit hindi? pero kung simpleng uso lang ang pagbabatayan, di bale na lang..kasi sa bandang huli..pag uwi ko ng bahay..hindi naman nila paa ang mapapaltos...