Mass Testing doesn’t mean no lockdowns

  Ah, I see now. People who call for mass testing assume that if we know who are the Covid infected, there would be no need for quarantine or lockdowns. I don’t think so. Lockdowns and quarantine are not really dependent on testing, but on what experts decide is the best way to prevent the…

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“Woke” ululations about mass testing nothing but empty noise

No amount of testing will change the reality that the only way out of the sticky situation the world—or the Philippines for that matter—has found itself to be stuck in is through a cure or a vaccine. So it’s confounding that a large sector of society’s wokes have been caterwauling to kingdom come about “mass testing” for…

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Public humiliation sites targeting “DDS” rampant in social media

That schoolteacher with his P50M bounty for Duterte’s head is a harmless nut as far as I’m concerned. The real insidious ones are several FB pages and Twitter profiles that humiliate ordinary citizens by grabbing their photos without consent, their public statements, to make memes out of them as materials to be humiliated by their…

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Hindi problema ng buong bansa

Ang hindi mapigilang gawain ng maraming tao ay palabasin na problema ng buong bansa o kahit ng buong mundo pa nga ang isang bagay na, sa totoo, ay personal mo lang na problema. Bakit ba nahihiya ang mga tao aminin na pansariling kapakanan nila ang pangunahin nilang isinusulong? Ano ang nakakahiya doon? Ano ba ang…

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#MASSPROMOTION for equality? Sus, tamad ka lang

I’ll start this with a disclaimer that I will write this piece in Taglish, the coño (cunt in Spanish, teehee) language. This is so that I can reach the “wokes” and pa-“wokes,” at mahina ang kanilang comprehension if I make sulat this in straight English. And mga “wokes,” bago kayo ma-trigger, isasampal ko lang tong…

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On last minute cancellations of food deliveries

Part of the lifestyle changes brought about by the long quarantine is the increased dependence on food delivery riders. I have used this service myself a few times using the popular mobile apps and can attest to its usefulness when you cannot prepare your own food for whatever reason; especially when venturing out to purchase…

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Scholastic arrogance in our society highlighted by the Comm. Guanzon tweet

Back in college my Soc. Sci. 2 instructor made a rather telling statement by way of an example that was meant to be humorous. We were deep in discussion over some forgotten political philosopher and his theories about society and for some reason the lecture ventured into egalitarianism and he presented a scenario that showed…

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Rappler’s heavily-slanted “report” on Dasmariñas issue

  The newest social media circus fodder is the Dasmariñas Village incident that involved an expat who was supposedly been “manhandled” by law enforcement personnel. News broke out via Rappler, who wasted no time presenting the details using the video taken by the expat’s wife, his testimonies, and proceeded with the narrative that did not…

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ANAKBAYAN’s hypocrisy

No less than a group that supports a terrorist movement responsible for the death of COUNTLESS soldiers issued this hilarious statement: Rich coming from an organization that’s quiet AT BEST when it comes to the heinous activities of the NPA. But hey, whatever works to discredit a government out to crush their armed comrades and…

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