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Virtual Presidential Elections of 2022  

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  1. 1. PRESIDENT

    • BONGBONG MARCOS
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  • Poll closed on 05/09/22 at 11:00 AM

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2 hours ago, philos said:

Anyone can spread disinformation against any candidate to make them look worse than Robin Padilla, but if I were to use the same categories you did

CANDIDATE B:

  • BA in Philosophy from UP, Bachelor of Law at the Northern Illinois University graduating magna cum laude.
  • Chairman of the Free Legal Assistance Group offering free legal assistance, legal mission, paralegal training since 1989
  • frequently invited to assist the Supreme Court as amicus curae as a civilian
  • Appointed by the Supreme Court as Member of the Core Committee of the National Conference for the Revision of the Rules of Civil Procedure, and Chair of the Post-Trial Cluster Technical Working Group, 2013

  • Fiscal Autonomy Expert, Asian Development Bank Project on capacity development for members of the Constitutional Fiscal Autonomy Group

  • served in the Commission on Human Rights
  • established the De La Salle University College of Law and founding dean
  • established Diokno Law Center providing legal training to COMELEC, PAO, PNP, Office of hte Ombudsman, BIR, BOC, and the IBP
  • prosecuted the case involving the police involved in the Kuratong Baleleng case
  • secured writ of amparo for the farmers Manalo brothers who were abused and tortured by agents of the military

I'll choose Candidate B hands down. And I don't even have to lie about some other candidate. 

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11 hours ago, zolar223 said:

Sorry bro pero kulang info mo, if Tama pagkakatanda ko, he was involved in a hit and run case with a balut vendor and when he was flagged down dun sya nakitaan ng high-powered firearms. Robin even claimed na napagbayaran na nya yung kasalanan nya but then again he wasn't able to fully satisfy his sentence. He was a beneficiary of a revision ng batas regarding shortening ng imprisonment for possession of illegal firearms. Combined with a pardon from FVR kaya sya nakalaya. Now kung Anong gagawin nyang batas regarding possession of illegal firearms, di ko maisip ano gagawin nya about dun. Maghihigpit ba sya pero ipokrito kalalabasan nya nun Kasi nagbenefit sya sa pagpapababa ng sentensya. Kung mas luluwagan nya naman, good luck sa Pinas. Ngayon nga lang ang daming naglipana at ginagamit ng mga criminal. 

Nakalimutan mo na adik siya noon at paranoid kaya di niya tinigilan yung vendor

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16 hours ago, FF said:

Comrade I think the chart explains it rather well .

 

Monthly minimum wage

China USD 363
Indonesia USD 287
Philippines USD 332
Vietnam USD 192

If you think salary is a major consideration, why did Thailand's (who is paying more salary) got an FDI of 2,000% more than the Philippines. I would rather believe the statement of an Executives of Colgate-Palmolive during our meeting with them before the exited the country, that the Philippine Labor sector is highly politicized and most labor leaders do not understand and listen. They do not consider salary as a problem because they will simply add it to the production cost and make the necessary adjustment on the prices of products.

 

https://nwpc.dole.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-comparative-wages-in-selected-countries.pdf

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3 hours ago, JackieM said:

If you think salary is a major consideration, why did Thailand's (who is paying more salary) got an FDI of 2,000% more than the Philippines. I would rather believe the statement of an Executives of Colgate-Palmolive during our meeting with them before the exited the country, that the Philippine Labor sector is highly politicized and most labor leaders do not understand and listen. They do not consider salary as a problem because they will simply add it to the production cost and make the necessary adjustment on the prices of products.

 

https://nwpc.dole.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-comparative-wages-in-selected-countries.pdf

I agree with this, talagang naging political mga Labor Unions natin dito.  Discouraging alot of foreign investors. 

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3 hours ago, JackieM said:

If you think salary is a major consideration, why did Thailand's (who is paying more salary) got an FDI of 2,000% more than the Philippines. I would rather believe the statement of an Executives of Colgate-Palmolive during our meeting with them before the exited the country, that the Philippine Labor sector is highly politicized and most labor leaders do not understand and listen. They do not consider salary as a problem because they will simply add it to the production cost and make the necessary adjustment on the prices of products.

 

https://nwpc.dole.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/2020-comparative-wages-in-selected-countries.pdf

 

1 hour ago, processing said:

I agree with this, talagang naging political mga Labor Unions natin dito.  Discouraging alot of foreign investors. 

As per latest release from asian Pacific thinktank OxFord Research  (BW online 12 Oct 2021) :

The think tank in a brief released on Monday said the country ranked 13th out of 14 Asia-Pacific (APAC) economies in its FDI attractiveness scorecard, ahead only of Taiwan.

Oxford Economics said the poor ranking adds weight to its forecast that the Philippines will experience deep economic scarring from the coronavirus pandemic.

Under the scorecard, the Philippines had negative scores under the categories of infrastructure and logistics; political and business climate; and market size and potential.

Oxford Economics said the country ranked low in terms of quality of infrastructure and performed worse than its neighboring economies in the 2020 World Bank Ease of Doing Business report.

The Philippines ranked 95th place among 190 economies in the World Bank report that has since been discontinued.

In contrast, the country had positive scores in export structure and labor dynamics.

Comrades as  you can read  nowhere was LABOR MILITANCY and LABOR UNREST mentioned.

The threat sadly  looks unfounded and may rest only in the chambers of your mind.

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1 hour ago, processing said:

I agree with this, talagang naging political mga Labor Unions natin dito.  Discouraging alot of foreign investors. 

Totoo to. Sa kung saan ako nagwowork walang pakialam yung union kung kumikita ba yung company, basta dapat every 2years may increase. 

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2 minutes ago, Boycumcum said:

Daming iyak ng mga talunan..hehe

Comrade ang panangis na iyong naririnig ay di dahil sa pagkatalo pero sa pagkawala ng pagkakataon na matamo ang tunay na pagbabago.

Wag mong hamakin.  Malay mo much later on makiki-iyak ka na rin  samin. 😁

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BBM will do less of the everything that his father ever did. Whatever good the country had in his father's time he will not be able to replicate. But on the flip side, all the bad things that his father ever did, he will also never be able to replicate. Time will tell how competent he is. Since we are stuck with him for the next 6 years. And his wife looks to be relatively toned down and modest compared to his mother.

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Sa mga solid bbm. Wag nyo na awayin yun mga kakampinks.

Simula June, pag si BBM na ang president. We go back to being ordinary filipinos na walang kinikilingan.

Pag may ginawang masama, magreklamo tayo. Kung may ginawang mabuti, puriin.

Walang point na mag-away. Honestly, wala naman pake yun mga kandidato sa inyo. Die hard man kayo sa kanila, di niyo naman ikayayaman yan, at the end of the day back to real life tayo. May mga jowa na naghihiwalay, anak na nilalayasan magulang, at long term friends na nawala na dahil sa politika. Pati mga neutral at mga patay, sinisisi din ng kakampink. It just makes me wonder; was it all worth it?

May bagong bridge na itinayo sa Cebu. Binasa ko mga comments:

"Salamat du30 best president"

"Salamat PNoy sa plano mo"

Then panay away. Sa dami ng tinayo na bridges bago inimbento ang Facebook, wala naman may pake kung sino ang mga gumawa niyan. Trabaho naman nila yan, kaya nga tayo nagbabayad ng taxes.

Maglalaro ng dota or ML, panay tira din kesyo leni or bbm binoto. When will it end?

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13 minutes ago, gagamboi said:

Sa mga solid bbm. Wag nyo na awayin yun mga kakampinks.

Simula June, pag si BBM na ang president. We go back to being ordinary filipinos na walang kinikilingan.

Pag may ginawang masama, magreklamo tayo. Kung may ginawang mabuti, puriin.

Walang point na mag-away. Honestly, wala naman pake yun mga kandidato sa inyo. Die hard man kayo sa kanila, di niyo naman ikayayaman yan, at the end of the day back to real life tayo. May mga jowa na naghihiwalay, anak na nilalayasan magulang, at long term friends na nawala na dahil sa politika. Pati mga neutral at mga patay, sinisisi din ng kakampink. It just makes me wonder; was it all worth it?

May bagong bridge na itinayo sa Cebu. Binasa ko mga comments:

"Salamat du30 best president"

"Salamat PNoy sa plano mo"

Then panay away. Sa dami ng tinayo na bridges bago inimbento ang Facebook, wala naman may pake kung sino ang mga gumawa niyan. Trabaho naman nila yan, kaya nga tayo nagbabayad ng taxes.

Maglalaro ng dota or ML, panay tira din kesyo leni or bbm binoto. When will it end?

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1 hour ago, Helsinki said:

Sana nga ganito..

@Helsinki asahan mo ang kabaliktaran pag bumulusok  ang historical revisionism. Lahat ng mali ay itatama , lahat ng tama imamali.

Asahang mawala ang Feb 25 public holiday na pagbubunyi ng Edsa.

Asahang ang Sept 21 ay  magiging  National Thanksgiving day.

And you know what , they prolly will get away with it as majority of Pinoys have been mind conditioned anyway.

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Pakinggan at intindihing mabuti. Wag lang ang title ng video ang tingnan. I totally agree with what he's talking. This is highly recommended to the BRIGHTEST in this group discussion.... Hahahahaha

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On 5/11/2022 at 7:37 PM, philos said:

Anyone can spread disinformation against any candidate to make them look worse than Robin Padilla, but if I were to use the same categories you did

CANDIDATE B:

  • BA in Philosophy from UP, Bachelor of Law at the Northern Illinois University graduating magna cum laude.
  • Chairman of the Free Legal Assistance Group offering free legal assistance, legal mission, paralegal training since 1989
  • frequently invited to assist the Supreme Court as amicus curae as a civilian
  • Appointed by the Supreme Court as Member of the Core Committee of the National Conference for the Revision of the Rules of Civil Procedure, and Chair of the Post-Trial Cluster Technical Working Group, 2013

  • Fiscal Autonomy Expert, Asian Development Bank Project on capacity development for members of the Constitutional Fiscal Autonomy Group

  • served in the Commission on Human Rights
  • established the De La Salle University College of Law and founding dean
  • established Diokno Law Center providing legal training to COMELEC, PAO, PNP, Office of hte Ombudsman, BIR, BOC, and the IBP
  • prosecuted the case involving the police involved in the Kuratong Baleleng case
  • secured writ of amparo for the farmers Manalo brothers who were abused and tortured by agents of the military

I'll choose Candidate B hands down. And I don't even have to lie about some other candidate. 

Maganda credentials ni Candidate B except for these: 

CANDIDATE B:

•Defended the Manalo brothers (NPA members) and Rodolfo Salas (NPA Commander) in court. 

•Bribed and forced two Aetas to sign a petition against the Anti Terror Law in the supreme court. They then admitted this via affidavit stating, "Ayaw po na napilitan na rin kami pumirma, binigyan po kami ng P1,000 at hatiin daw po namin.”

•Fooled 22 fishermen into signing a petition regarding the West Phil Sea, they withdrew stating: “Wala kaming alam dito at hindi namin suportado ang inihaing petisyon. Isang malaking panlilinlang ito at paggamit sa aming asosasyon"

•Refuses all economic amendments to be made in our charter. 

 

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