Philippine opposition reduced to exaggerated cartoons to advance their politics

Apparently there’s a new online sensation whetting the appetites of every Pinoy woke while waiting for the next outrage fad for their grandstanding pleasure. A satirical cartoonist called Tarantadong Kalbo apparently made a simple illustration about clenched fists bowing down to some unseen figure while a solitary one is standing in open defiance. Simply called…

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All the wrong moves

Just when you think politicians have recalibrated their strategies and game plans to their respective campaigns in light of the coming 2022 elections, along comes Isko Moreno utilizing another obsolete tool practically worn out by the yellowtards and their red mercenaries: Mudslinging. A few weeks ago Sen. Manny Pacquiao went down the same hallowed path…

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Critical Race Theory and “Duterte gov’t ordered all killings” are Conspiracy Theories

I just learned about Critical Race Theory, one of those bunk ideas being perpetuated in the United States. As per my understanding, the theory posits that all abuse of authority in the US is only explained by white supremacists using their positions to maintain racial discrimination for their own benefit. Basically, all the problems in…

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Rappler attack on Ang Dating Daan founder Eli Soriano’s reputation another blow against yellowtardom

Trust yellowtards to continue alienating potential support bases for their campaign machinery in future elections. In an astounding display of cavalier and sensationalist “reporting”, official yellow newsletter Rappler threw shade on recently-departed Ang Dating Daan founder and leader Bro. Eliseo “Eli” Soriano in their blurbs and headlines that were since edited after receiving considerable backlash…

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UP’s slip is showing

Well yes, UP did not force anyone to join any terror group. And did anyone from the armed forces say that in the first place? Why is the university always in a defensive stance whenever talks of law enforcers and the state university are put together in the same sentence? It’s almost a knee-jerk response…

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COGNIZANT Philippines requiring employees to report in the office once a week baffling and dangerous

Apparently some overeager departments in that BPO hub in McKinley Hills, Taguig are requiring their employees to report in the office once a week instead of soldiering on with the WFH setup they have shown to be capable of. Asked about the reason for this bizarre and sudden shift in work protocols, an employee said…

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Agot Isidro draws flak for calling out Jinkee Pacquiao on her “nouveau riche” post in IG

As if Sharon Cuneta’s continued meltdown on social media via her Rolex posts weren’t enough, along comes Agot Isidro with a different, yet strangely similar case. On a tweet, Ms Isidro slammed Mrs Jinkee Pacquiao for being “insensitive” in a time where a lot are suffering due to rampant poverty and hunger. The object of…

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Wokes and the cycle of intergenerational grousing

I just realized something in light of the recent events where the loudest voices are composed of the millennials and their younger ilk. In a recent article written by fellow contributor Chino Fernandez, he wrote: The wokes tend to complain about some oldies as being dictators and micromanagers of other people, or even right-wing and…

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Woke statue-destroyers are the real revisionists

I’ve realized another way woke statue-destroyers are actually like the dictators. Many dictators have tried to destroy items of old culture, often killing people along the way, in order to make the world into their own image. Qin Shi Huang, more known as Shi Huang Ti, the first emperor of China is thought by older…

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