Leni, nasaan na ang mga pasabog mo?

Hirap na hirap siguro si FVP Leni Robredo sa pag gawa ng script sa kanyang sinasabi na pasabog tungkol sa mga natuklasan niya sa “war versus drugs” ng gobyerno.

Sabi niya noong Linggo, darating at darating daw ang araw na isiswalat niya ang kanyang mga natuklasan. Hintayin na lang daw na matapos ang SEA Games.

Madam Leni, don’t try to take us for a ride.

Mas matalino na po ang mga Filipino ngayon dahil sa social media. Hindi na sila uma-asa sa bulok na mainstream media upang malaman kung ano ang nangyayari sa ating bansa.

Bakit mo pa hihintayin na matapos ang SEA Games?

Dahil ba gusto mo ikaw lang ang nasa spot light? Na wala kang kaagaw sa media attention?

You can have Inquirer, ABS-CBN, Rappler at iba pang mainstream media.

But the Filipino people cannot be fooled.

Direkta na silang nakakakuha ng katotohanan sa Facebook, YouTube at Twitter.

Kahit ano pa ang gagawin mo, hindi na bulag ang taong bayan sa katotohanan.

Kayabangan ang magiging sanhi ng pagbagsak ni Drilon

In history, arrogance and conceit have always led to the downfall of abusive leaders.

Ito rin po ang mangyayari kay Senator Franklin Drilon.

Sobra sobra na ang kayabangan niya. Nagmamalinis pero napakadumi naman ang pagkatao. Akala niya siguro hindi pa siya nabibisto ng taong bayan.

This man has committed so many sins against the Filipino people. And each time that he is called to an accounting, nagagalit lang at nagsasampa ng libel case.

Para sa kanya, wala nang mas masama pang tao kondi yung bumibisto sa kanyang tunay na pagkatao.

Nothing makes him angrier than when he is exposed as a fraud.

Paltik po na fiscalizer ito.

Nagkukunwari na watch dog laban sa katiwalian.

Puna ng puna sa Duterte administration.

Pero ang totoo, siya ang number one pagdating sa corruption.

14 libel cases na ang isinampa laban sa akin.

O ayan, si Pres. Duterte na mismo ang nagsabi na korap ka, Mr. Drilon.

Hindi ka na maka pagsalita ano?

Dapat lang talaga magalit si Pres. Digong kay Drilon

Pumutok na naman kahapon ang butsi ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa aking kababayan na Senador, si Franklin Drilon, dahil sa pagbabala nito na huwag daw paki-alaman ang mga kontrata sa Maynilad Services, Inc. at Manila Water.

The President was fuming mad over what he described as lopsided, onerous and grossly disadvantageous to the government and the people.

Tinawag ni Pres. Duterte na isang kaso ng “economic sabotage” ang nangyari sa mga kontrata na ito.

Lalong nagalit si Pres. Duterte sinabihan siya ni Drilon na magdahan-dahan sa kanyang balak na ipa-review ang mga kontrata na ito.

Doon pumutok ang butsi ni Pres. Duterte.

“I distinctly recall that Drilon said something, ‘Presidente Duterte, do not tinker with that contract because we will end up paying so many billions of pesos.’ Senator Drilon, are you one of those who crafted the contract? I’m asking you,” he said during the oath-taking of new presidential appointees in Malacañang on Tuesday, Dec. 3.

Sabi ni Pres. Duterte na hindi siya takot na mabilanggo dahil sa pagpasiyasat niya sa mga kontrata na ito.

“I’m ready to go down. Hindi kita tinatakot. Pero ‘pag bumagsak ako, dadalhin talaga kita. I will — I will… I’m not — I’m not — takot-takot (I’m not trying to scare you but if I go down, I will drag you down. I’m not afraid). I’m not challenging you. Just tell the people the truth. You read the contract aloud and say if it is good for the people,” he added.

Hindi lang po yan Maynilad Services at Manila Water, Mr. President.

Meron din pong ganyang klase na kontrata dito sa Iloilo. Luging lugi po dito ang gobyerno. Luging lugi ang taong bayan. Ito po ang kontrata sa tinatawag na Lease, Operate and Manage (LOM) contract sa pagitan ng TIEZA at isang pribadong kompanya sa pag-operate ng Iloilo Convention Center.

Please click here to read my earlier blog article about this.

Ipa imbestigahan niyo po ito, Mr. President.

Sobra ang drama ni Leni

Isang linggo na mula ng nagbanta si FVP Leni Robredo na isisiwalat daw niya ang kanyang natuklasan tungkol sa WAR VS. DRUGS ng Duterte administration.

She was quickly met with a firestorm of scorn and insults.

Sige, ilabas mo na kaagad!

Even President Duterte, through spokesman Sal Panelo, urged her to go ahead. So did PDEA chief Aaron Aquino.

Pagkaraan ng isang linggo, at wala pa ring pinapalabas si Leni, ito na naman ang sabi niya: “Patapusin ko na lang muna ang SEA Games.”

Ano ang kinalaman ng SEA Games sa kanyang binabalak?

It’s as if she wants to wait for the major sports competition to finish so that she could have all the media attention to herself.

Is she afraid she will not get the full and undivided attention of media?

Sobra na talaga ang drama ng babaeng ito.

Tama po si Pangulong Duterte: PURO PORMA lang siya.

 

Leni – “Make me run for President”

FVP Leni Robredo is begging the Filipino people to stop saying that she is not fit to become President of the Republic.

“If you hate me, then you should encourage me to run for President, so you can make me lose,” she said in Tagalog during her Sunday radio program.

Leni was reacting to a statement of President Rodrigo Duterte in his Bonifacio Day remarks that she is good for nothing. “Walang utak, puro lang paporma,” Pres. Duterte said.

The President was simply articulating what majority of Filipinos already know.

Leni is stupid, ignorant and incompetent.

Tinutulungan na nga siya upang hindi siya magkamaling tumakbo pa bilang Pangulo sa 2022 bilang kandidato ng oposisyon.

Kahit na malayo pa ang eleksyon, Filipinos have already made up their minds not to vote for this pretender.

This is really the problem with Leni.

She likes to talk without thinking.

Maybe she thinks she can get sympathy from the people.

That is a delusionary thought.

The more she talks, the angrier Filipinos get at her.

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Picking the next PNP chief

I was writing this article when news came out on my Google feed that President Rodrigo R. Duterte was coming home earlier than scheduled due to “unbearable pain” that apparently was caused by his motorcycle accident last week.

Senator Christopher “Bong” Go on Tuesday posted a picture of the President with his head resting on a cane that he had been using while attending the enthronement of Emperor Naruhito in Japan. He is scheduled to see his doctor upon arrival in Manila.

I am praying this pain is not due to a life-threatening injury as a result of the accident.

An important decision also needs to be made by the President upon his arrival. With the resignation of erstwhile PNP chief General Oscar Albayalde, the Philippine National Police needs to regain traction and restore the morale of its policemen and -women in the entire archipelago. The charges that Albayalde had covered up for the ninja cops and even put them in key positions when he became PNP chief seriously damaged the PNP’s image as an institution. Respect for the badge and uniform was undermined.

With this in mind, President Duterte needs to choose carefully from among the nominees submitted by DILG Secretary Eduardo Ano. Three of the front-runners are PNP OIC Lieutenant General Archie Francisco Gamboa, deputy director for operations, P/Lieutenant General Camilo Cascolan and directorate staff chief P/Major General Guillermp Eleazar.

As an Ilonggo, and a Filipino, I am pushing for General Cascolan.

I have known Punky since he was a P/Chief Inspector more than 20 years ago. He has an unblemished track record. His performance has consistently been excellent. He is also actively campaigning for better benefits for retired Philippine Constabulary and PNP personnel. His heart is close to the men in the field. Respect for Punky is high.

The last aspect is critical at this point in the history of the PNP.

What the PNP needs is a leader with unquestioned integrity, an individual who has earned the trust and confidence of every man and woman in the organization. Cascolan is the man of the hour. His proven integrity will quickly repair the tarnished image of the organization. There isn’t a shadow of involvement in wrongdoing in his entire career as a police officer.

If the President doesn’t feel he wants Cascolan to be the PNP chief, then I believe the incumbent Officer-in-Charge, Lieut. Gen. Gamboa is equally capable and competent.

I watched his press conference a few days ago when he announced the dismissal of three policemen involved in the Nov. 29, 2013 fake drug buy-bust over another serious offense, I saw that he is cool and composed under fire. He is a good communicator, which is also a key skill that the next PNP chief needs to get it out of the rut.

As to P/Major Gen. Eleazar, I must confess that I don’t trust the guy. Besides, he was kicked upstairs by Albayalde just before his downfall in an apparent move to place him in contention for the position he was set to vacate.

Right now, anybody with a stain from Albayalde’s hand shouldn’t be given a key position. With the little I know about Eleazar, I could sense that he is clone of Albayalde. Even their moves, especially their penchant for bringing the media to document their surprise inspections, come from the same template. He isn’t an officer I would want to see as chief of the PNP.