Political Parties Only Promote Political Whores and Entertainers

“Here are the major political parties that had sprung up since 1986.

When you read the list, please ask yourself the following questions:

  • Whatever did these parties stand for, really?
  • How have these parties improved the lot of the poverty-stricken majority?
  • How can parties be more inclusive, engaged with the people and not remain games that our political elite play?

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Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012: Also Created To Fight Bloggers?

Has the Aquino administration turned its back on the campaign pledge to prioritize the passage of the Freedom of Information Bill, and instead passed into law the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, a bill that should have focused on running after dangerous criminals but is mostly seen as the government’s sneaky attack on online freedom of expression and to deter netizens like bloggers, online journalist, etc., in raising awareness against erring government officials?

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Anti-Epal Movements and COMELEC Join Forces to Fight Epals!

“I attended the Anti-Epal discussion organized by the COMELEC and the different Anti-Epal organizations like Anti-Epal/No More Epal, Epalwatch/Blogwatch, Dakila, Juana Change/Mae Paner, Carlos Celdran, etc.

This was at the 8th floor of the Palacio Del Gobernador in Intramuros, Manila.

COMELEC Chairman Sixto Brillantes has confirmed his desire to be part of the Anti-Epal movement and expressed interest in attending the next Epal tour of maybe another city within the Metro, or probably in the provinces.
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Can’t Plagiarize Anymore? Tagalize Instead!

“We’re not attributing any of the images below since we follow our government officials and they, or at least one of them, say that there is no such thing as plagiarism in the Philippines. So pretty much, we made all these memes below. If you have a problem with that, take it up with the Senate and my Tito.

Joking and sarcasm aside.

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Tabi-Tabi Po Sa Senador Na Nakaupo

Gumawa raw ang kaibigan niyang si Joey De Leon ng tula laban sa mga nagbibintang ng Plagiarism….well, eto ang isang tula na pantapat para mabasa sana ni Tito Sen…

Sikat na sikat ka talaga sa TV
Dahil sa dami ng iyong mga sinabi
Hindi nga lang makapaniwala ang marami
Dahil ang katotohanan ay iyong ikinukubli

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Tito Sotto: Victim of Cyber-Bullying?

Nagyabang ang KOMIKONG Senador, “Ako na yata ang kauna-unahang Senador ng Pilipinas na naging biktima ng cyber-bullying.”

“Mula sa blogs, Facebook, at Twitter, ginawa akong sentro ng mga mapanira at malisyosong atake ng iba’t ibang tao, lalo pa ng mga sumusuporta sa RH Bill. Bahagi siguro ito ng kanilang istratehiya, lalo pa’t may milyun-milyon silang pondo.”

“’If you can’t kill the message, kill the messenger’—mukhang ganito ang ginagawa ng aking mga detractors.” – Tito Sotto

Dear Tito Sotto, you are not a “victim” of cyber bullying or a demolition job; you are the recipient of CYBER JUSTICE!

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What’s Up With Those Tweets?

Feigning ignorance while his arrogance is full blown? #whatsupwiththat?
Answer: #nothinggoingoninyourhead@juli0v

My initial reaction when I first read his tweets was actually, “Tang*na mo, gag* ka! Tamaan ka sana ng kidlat at maging impotent forever!”

But since may utak ako at alam kong dapat ginagamit ko ito (unlike some people), I kept my little comment to myself. Hehehe…..Joke lang po! Bad ang mag-tweet ng mura.

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