Thursday, May 28, 2009

HEY, LOOK WHO'S FOOLING WHO. Sex Scandal Victim Hayden Kho, Jr. doused with a cold insulting act of a signature police-mentality act. Abner Afuang, a former policeman, should note that in his life, he too, once have scandalous sexual indiscretions that did not only hurt the feelings of his sex victims, but of their families and friends. More criminal charges for Afuang please. At right, watered Kho ponders deep on Afuang's savage-like public brutality in disbelief.

Monday, May 25, 2009

People In the Neighborhood. He, he, he

MANILA, Philippines—The House committee on food and agriculture is leaning toward clearing former Agriculture Undersecretary Jocelyn “Joc-joc” Bolante in the alleged P728-million fertilizer scam after the Commission on Audit (COA) report showed no irregularity on the part of the close ally of the President’s husband Jose Miguel Arroyo.

Palawan Rep. Abraham Mitra, however, stressed that the committee was still finalizing its report on the fertilizer scam hearings which started in November last year.

Mitra noted that the committee report would depend on the findings of COA which could not pin down Bolante of any illegal acts in disbursing funds for the purchase of fertilizer prior to the 2004 elections.


It is shame for anyone who will exonerate him from Fertilizer scam. Is it the trend now that the ones accused of grand corruption go scot-free and those who expose the truth are jailed? Ah justice!

Say you Chief Justice Reynato Puno?

Sunday, May 24, 2009

MANILA, Philippines - MalacaƱang appealed to critics not to use the death of former National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) deputy director Samuel Ong as a reason to revive the “Hello, Garci” wiretapped tapes controversy.

Press Secretary Cerge Remonde, in an interview over Radyo ng Bayan, emphasized that the “Hello, Garci” issue has long been dead and should no longer be revived, especially at this time.

Ong was said to be in possession of the original copies of the “Hello, Garci” taped conversations between former Commission on Elections commissioner Virgilio Garcilliano and several politicians, including a woman believed to be President Arroyo.

The tapes became controversial as they contained conversations about alleged cheating in the 2004 elections.

Saturday, May 23, 2009


The Armed Forces of the Philippines is mandated to protect the Filipino people. If its officials will hide truth on corruption in the institution, then it is cheating every Filipino taxpayer and all officials involved in corruption should be sacked, charged, and jailed for betrayal of public trust. Moreover, they should pe persecuted for crimes of corruption.

It is extremely sad that the AFP is being used to protect a corrupt regime run by corrupt officials. With this, it flagrantly show that the AFP has long failed to execute its Constitutional duty to protect the government and Filipino people.

This constitute treason.
MANILA, Philippines – MalacaƱang welcomed yesterday the writ of amparo issued by the Supreme Court for whistle-blower Lt. Senior Grade Nancy Gadian, saying it would help resolve the controversy over the alleged misuse of Balikatan funds.

Cabinet Secretary Silvestre Bello III said at a news briefing that Gadian would have no reason to snub the probe because she would “now enjoy the protection given by the Supreme Court against harassment and other forms of perceived danger from any authority of government.”


With SC's Writ of Amparo (WA) on Gadian, it is ripe for the Senate to re-start investigating Grand Corruption Cases by top public officials so ensure that witnesses shall now have full protection from the law. Previous witnesses in NBN scandal, World Bank mess, Euro-Generals, Jose Pidal scandal, feared to come out to expose the truth because of harassments from war dogs of Malacanang. Since Malacanang honored SC decision on Gadian, then it has no reason to reject similar SC action to protect state witnesses from exposing Arroyo government anomalies. The WA is a timely precedent!