Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Look! Crowdfunding for April 2 Pro-Duterte Rally Exceeds Goal and Still Growing!

Crowdfunding Gavagives exceeds its goal amount of $20,000 for the April 2 Pro Duterte Rally and also a call for Vice President Leni Robredo impeachment. It will be held in Luneta. 

Maraming mga netizens ang gusto pang mag donate kaya itinaas nila ang goal amount to $50,000. 

According to organizers na hanggang $20,000 lang ang kanilang pwedeng gamitin sa rally at ang sosobra ay ipagkakaloob nila kay President Duterte.

Ito ang pahayag ni Jimmy Bondoc.
Ang daming nagagalit!!! Gusto pa nila mag donate, pero naabot na natin ang target. Ganito po ang napagkasunduan namin ng D.A.V.A.O. movement. 
1. Kahit magkano pa umabot ang donasyon ninyo, hanggang 20k usd lamang ang pwede naming gamitin sa rally. 2. Ang lahat ng sosobra ay aming ipagkakaloob sa pangulo. Kung ano ang sabihin niyang gawin sa pondo ang siya naming gagawin. 
Itinutuloy lang namin itong pagtanggap ng donasyon dahil maraming manloloko. At sa sidhi ng pagnanais mag donate ng ibang tao, baka sila malokong muli ng ibang mga manggagantso.  
Faith. Hope. Love. Para sa bayan! 
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We have reached our ONE MILLION PESO mark! 
Uulit-ulitin ko, your donations are under my personal attention. You have my word. Lahat ng sosobra, it will be spent according to president duterte's wishes.  
Salamat sa inyo. Tuloy ang peaceful rally.  
Mula sa masa! Para sa masa!  
- Jimmy Bondoc 
Source: Facebook

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Isang Matapang na OFW Ipinagtanggol si Duterte Sa Human Right International Forum sa Geneva Switzerland

 Ilang mga pinoy ang dumalo sa Human Right International Forum sa Geneva Switzerland at matapang nilang ipinagtanggol ang Duterte Government. Inimbitahan din nila si UN Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard na bumisita ng Pilipinas at huwag maniwala sa mga ikinakalat ng mga balita ng mga taong gustong pabagsakin ang Duterte administration.

Watch the video below:

Source: Facebook


Known Duterte Supporter Cocky Rocky Naiyak sa Sobrang Galit kay Leni Robredo!


Impeach Leni Robredo! Sigaw ng mga Filipino hindi lang sa harap ng OVP Boracay Mansion pati na rin sa social media.


Watch the his video below in front of OVP Boracay Mansion


Source: Facebook

Look! Impeach Vice President Leni Robredo! Sigaw ng mga Filipino!



Impeach Leni! Leni Resign! Ayan ang mga sigaw ng mga Filipino sa OVP sa harap ng Boracay Mansion kung saan ang opisina ni Vice President Leni Robredo. Maraming kilalang personality ang nakiisa sa peaceful protest na ito. Isa na rito si Vivian Velez na matiyagang nag stay doon ng ilang araw para ipaabot ang kanilang hinaing sa pangalawang pangulo. 








Source: Facebook

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Watch! Leni Robredo Nakatikim ng Malutong na Mura mula kay Mocha Uson sa pagkakalat ng Fake News


Hindi mapigilan ni Mocha Uson na magalit at makapag bitaw ng malutong na mura sa harap ng kanyang programa na Mocha Uson Blog TV Show patungkol sa video speech ni VP Leni Robredo. Ayon kay Mocha na malaking fake news ang mga pinagsasabi ni Robredo sa kanyang speech. 

Maraming netizens naman ang umalma sa mga sinabi ni Robredo at ang ilang malalaking personality ay nagsabi na ito ay economic sabotage na pwede niyang ika impeach. 

Watch the video below:



Source: Facebook

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Look! Antique, Aklan Biyaheng Bukid Makes Farmers and Fisherfolks Cry


Pan-Panay trip in 2 days

ANTIQUE, AKLAN BIYAHENG BUKID
MAKES FARMERS, FISHERFOLKS CRY

By Manny Piñol

It has been a long time since I last saw a man cry unabashedly in public.

But yesterday, in full view of over a thousand farmers, fisher folks and local officials, a municipal agriculturist in Antique who asked for irrigation water for the rice farmers in his town, wiped his tears when I told him that President Rody Duterte will deliver the irrigation system that the town of Sibalom needs.

It was the first time the farmers and fisher folks said that they heard a definitive answer for their problems of ages from a government which conducts a nation-wide consultation and forum.

I agreed with their observation because as a former local official myself, I had witnessed in the past how national officials would visit the countryside and make promises which were never fulfilled.

I was aggressive with my commitments in both Antique and Aklan yesterday, the first leg of my two-day Pan-Panay sortie of the Biyaheng Bukid, a nation-wide journey which I started even before I assumed office on June 30 to listen to the voices of the farmers and the fisher folks, the poorest sectors in the country.

Backed up by a commitment of budgetary support by Senator Loren Legarda, chairman of the Finance Committee of the Senate, who is from Antique, I committed to the farmers of San Remigio town, the poorest town in Antique for the construction of 68 kilometres of farm to market roads connecting food production areas to the market.

Farmers in many villages in San Remigio, carry their products on their backs to the market because of the absence of farm to market roads.

Each of the 15 coastal towns of Antique will also receive one Fiberglass Patrol Boats each to strengthen their campaign against illegal fishing.

The town of Libertad will also receive an ice plant to support their sustainable fishing industry.

While a woman-farmer who complained that snails were gobbling up the vegetables planted by farmers like her in a village in Culasi, was promised that technicians from the Regional Crop Protection Center would visit her village.

In Aklan, a relatively progressive province because of its vibrant tourism industry where tourists from all over the world are drawn by the while beaches of Boracay Island, the problems were less challenging.

In fact, I had a big laugh during the open forum when a farmer whose group plants corn in a 15-hectare area asked for a "corn planter."

When I told him that it was not viable for the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries to give his group a P3.5-M corn planter, Region VI director Remelyn Recoter clarified that the farmer was just actually asking for a handheld corn planter.

Only two villages in Aklan had poverty incidence of over 30%, which is still relatively lower compared to many provinces in the whole country, and these are Balete and Madalag.

The farmers' problems in Balete and Madalag were just farm to market roads and equipment for farming which I found very easy to respond to.

The most exciting issue that was brought up before me yesterday actually was the Piña fiber industry which Aklan is famous for.

India dela Cruz, the acknowledged leader of the industry in Aklan said they needed support to plant more of the pineapple variety Red Spanish.

She also said that the Piña industry is also affected by the 4Ps program of the government where most poor families would prefer to just stay in their homes because of the periodic financial dole-outs was given by the government.

"Government must review this program. Is it really helping the poor or is it just making the poor dependent on dole-outs?" she asked.

This was the same feedback I received in other agricultural areas of the country where farmers are complaining that there are very few farm workers now because of the 4Ps program.

These are the things I discover as I move around the country.

The problems are varied. Some could be easily addressed and others would need institutional reforms.

The greatest joy I get from Biyaheng Bukid, however, is the sight of farmers and fisher folks enthusiastically sharing what it is that they would like to have in life and what they expect from government.

For me, this is a testimony that people are slowly trusting their government again and they feel more confident that government will respond to their problems.

Today, I will proceed to Capiz and Iloilo before I prepare for a week-long trip with President Duterte to Myanmar and Thailand for his Presidential Visit.

#Changeishere! #PresRodyCares! #DuterteDelivers!

(Photos of the activities in Antique and Aklan taken by Dianne Faith Garcia.) 


Source: Facebook

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Watch! Mga Bilanggong binigyan ng Pardon ni President Duterte, Nakalaya na at Laking Pasasalamat sa Pangulo


Mga bilanggong binigyan ni President Duterte ng pardon dahil sa kanilang katandaan at sakit, nakalaya na! Abot-abot ang kanilang pasasalamat at nabigyan sila ng pardon na makalaya at makapiling na muli ang kanilang mga mahal sa buhay. Binigyan din sila ng kunting pamasahe at allowance sa kanilang bagong buhay. 

Watch the video below:


Source: PTV


Thursday, March 2, 2017

Look! President Duterte binisita ang kanyang bagong apo na pinangalanang Stonefish


Hindi maitatangi sa mga ngiti ni President Duterte ang kasiyahan ng kanyang bisitahin ang bagong apo na pinangalang Stonefish. 




Photo Credit: Facebook Christopher Bong Go