Gusto mo bang Magpapansin at Magkapera? Pwes Gayahin si Lloyd Cadena

Kung mukha mo palang annoying na at wala kang alam kundi magpapansin…. PWES! Magkakapera kana! Eto ang sikreto ni Lloyd Cadena (LC) 19 Years old, Single, Gay, and currently taking up Financial Management in Colegio de San Juan de Letran Manila (ang sabi nang net so di ko lang alam ngaun ang status nya).

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Lloyd Cadena (LC) 19 years old, Single, Gay, and currently taking up Financial Management in Colegio de San Juan de Letran Manila.

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ASBU a.k.a. Volunteer Kotong People by DENR – Strikes Again

U YEH! I got pissed again going to work upon seeing fucking ASBU’s waving stupidly to any van, trucks ang SUV’s, any vehicle who runs on diesel under magallanes. This fucking assholes keep on waving until someone (who’s not familiar with these dicks) stops and blab out fucking senseless reasons.

Funny thing is when they wave vigorously in 5 teams blocking the highway when they saw this Isuzu Sportivo. Vans and trucks? Nah this lucky guys (at the moment) pass through this waving retard ASBU guys like they don’t see them.

Question is do this fucking ASBU assholes volunteer and DENR who mastermind this FAIL ANTI SMOKE BELCHING UNIT help on saving the planet? HELL NO! After stashing the motorist cash they just let him be .

Imagine yourself driving a SUV being pulled over by guys like this wasting your so muc precious time and money.

I wonder why media (GMA 7, ABS-CBN, NBN4, ABC5 etc.) doesn’t see this.

This is Philippines! Fucking assholes.

Chairman.. chairman… chairman… FRANCISCO TOLENTINO SIR have a new SOLUTION for Traffic

MMDA mulling new scheme to ban vehicles 2 days a week?????

Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/442419/mmda-mulling-new-scheme-to-ban-vehicles-2-days-a-week#ixzz2YlL2FyGh

Bago gumawa ng kung ano-ano pang pahirap pwede bang tignan nyo muna kung pano to?

1. BUS LUMALABAS SA YELLOW LANE

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2. BINAKBAK NA KALSADA AT IIWAN PARA MABULOK

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3. BAHA. (TAMA NA ANG KAPLASTIKAN NA PAGBABAWAL AT HINDI NAMAN PALSTIK ANG PROBLEMA KUNDI TAO)

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4. LAST BUT NOT LEAST. KOTONG COPS/TRAFFIC ENFORCERS. ASBU – ANTI SMOKE BELCHING UNIT: THOSE (VOLUNTEERS) WHO JUST CHOOSE ANYONE WHO DRIVES DIESEL ENGINE VEHICLES MOST SPECIALLY TRUCKS AND VANS (THEY JUST WAIVE AT YAH AND IF YOU ARE SO LUCKY TO STOP… WOOOOPPSSS! THEY’LL GONNA STEP ON YOUR GAS, MAX, ON FIRST GEAR, AND THEN  200 BUCKS! OR MORE!).

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Never seen a driver who steps on the gas on MAX while in the “First Gear”. What does this ASBU guy doing? How stupid was that?

Maybe… you could… uhh… SOLVE ATLEAST 1 OR 2 OF THOSE BEFORE ADDING MORE OF WHAT YOU CALL “SOLUTION”?

Now MR. MMDA Chairman FRANCISCO TOLENTINO Sir please tell me that DAN BROWN (even if his book is pure fiction) is lying?

Repost: Harassment of Filipinos in Taiwan – Atlast someone stood up for the Filipinos

“The 87,000 overseas Filipinos in Taiwan had no hand in the death of the Taiwanese fisherman allegedly shot by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG). If the victim were a Filipino, I don’t think the Taiwanese also want this sort of retaliation,” Santiago said in Filipino.

Santiago: Harassment of Filipinos in Taiwan may warrant MECO abolition.

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8:35 pm | Sunday, May 19th, 2013

Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines — Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago warned on Sunday that injuries sustained by overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) from Taiwanese attackers could be considered “an act of aggression” that could serve as basis for the fold-up of the Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) in Taipei.

“The 87,000 overseas Filipinos in Taiwan had no hand in the death of the Taiwanese fisherman allegedly shot by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG). If the victim were a Filipino, I don’t think the Taiwanese also want this sort of retaliation,” Santiago said in Filipino.

The senator repeated earlier observations that Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou could be using the incident that occurred last week in the waters off Balintang Island north of the Philippines to distract from domestic problems occurring in his country.

“Their president has become unpopular but he should not use this incident as a distraction just so the hostility meant for him is deflected to us, as he seems not to know how to run his country,” Santiago noted in Filipino.

The senator lamented how Taiwan officials seemed not to make an effort to protect the OFWs.

There have been reports of Filipinos being refused service in stores and restaurants and that one was even mauled with iron pipes following reports of the death of fisherman Hung Shih-cheng.

“From the point of view of international law, the (hostile acts against Filipinos) is already an act of aggression.  Also, there is already a fact-finding effort.  Let us first establish whether they violated our baseline law,” Santiago said.

Under this law, the Philippine baseline stretches up to 12 nautical miles from the coastline.

“Foreigners can only claim the right of innocent passage. Now, if the Taiwanese fishermen admit they were fishing…,” Santiago trailed off.

The senator cited Philippine laws allowing the PCG “to stop suspicious persons” from entering the country’s waters.

Santiago, a member of the Senate foreign relations committee, also lamented what she believed to be a display of “bad faith” by Taiwan when its officials unilaterally joined Philippine authorities investigating Hung’s death.

“The (Taiwanese officials) were not invited and they even brought the entire Taiwan media.  It cannot be helped if one suspects the effort was for black propaganda.  That is not friendly behavior,” she complained.

Santiago warned that further acts of provocation could force Philippine authorities to rethink whether the MECO should remain in Taipei.

“Under the One China policy, there are only 23 countries that recognize Taiwan as a separate country. The rest identifies Taiwan as a province. If Taiwan continues to make us a scapegoat for its domestic political problems, we should start thinking carefully… maybe we can just withdraw our office there,” she said.

Santiago pointed out that the Philippines has not established an embassy in Taipei “since we do not recognize Taiwan as a separate country from China. But we have a so-called cultural office, which (serves as the de facto) embassy. Eh, kung withdraw kaya natin ang embassy natin dun?”

She also said suggestions to repatriate arbitrarily the 87,000 OFWs would be considered a violation of their human rights.

“Why, that would be like the Holocaust, like Nazi Germany where the innocent is meted harsh punishment when it is so obvious that their president is only engaging in political posturing,” Santiago huffed.

Senator Francis Escudero blamed the “diplomatic complications arising from the One China policy” for worsening the rift between the Philippines and Taiwan.

“The situation is unique, and it requires a unique approach. But whatever it is, it will have to be decisive and it has to come soon. The issue is an emotional one, and situations like this can change from bad to worse in the blink of an eye,” he said in a statement.

Escudero pushed for a formal inquiry into the shooting of Hung.

“The family of the slain Taiwanese fisherman deserves no less,” he said.

“The only way to diffuse the situation is to convince the Taiwanese government that we are pursuing the path of justice earnestly. We should find out what happened, and what led to the unfortunate slaying of the fisherman. And then let’s move on from there,” he said.

So far, Taipei had rejected the apology issued by Philippine Representative to Taiwan Antonio I. Basilio over the fatal shooting.

Taiwanese President Ma claimed the statement of apology failed to satisfy the demands of his government and ordered a freeze on applications by Filipino laborers to work in Taiwan.

He also recalled the Taiwanese representative in Manila and requested the Philippine representative in Taiwan to return to Manila.

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Taiwan sanctions Philippines despite apology

“Perez did not have sufficient authorisation and this shows the Philippines’ lack of sincerity in resolving the incident and therefore our second wave of eight sanctions are initiated immediately,” Jiang told reporters.

These include a “red” travel alert urging Taiwanese not to visit the Philippines and the suspension of exchanges between high-level officials, as well as a halt to exchanges on trade and academic affairs.

Jiang urged Taiwanese to support the government in pressuring the Philippine government but said the Filipino people should be treated “calmly”.

Taiwan earlier Wednesday had suspended the hiring of Philippine workers and recalled its envoy to Manila in protest at the killing.

 

- From: http://www.tremeritus.com/2013/05/16/taiwan-sanctions-philippines-despite-apology/

 

Kung ganon paalisin naba nila ang lahat ng Taiwanese na nagtitnda dito sa  Pilipinas (Baclaran, Divisoria, etc.)  na kumikita sa mga Pilipino? Hehe.

Sa kabilang banda nakikita ko ang pagkakaiba nang Pilipino sa ibang lahi. Pag Pilipino ang napatay wala tayo magawa. 

Etong mga Taiwanese nag sama-sama para sa isang ka lahai nilang napatay.

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TAIPEI—Angry Taiwanese fishermen burned Filipino flags in protest Monday after the Philippine coastguard fired on a Taiwan fishing boat killing a crew member.

Philippine President Benigno Aquino called for calm as tensions escalated between the two countries over last week’s incident in which the 65-year-old fisherman was shot dead.

Hundreds of fishermen wearing yellow headbands and chanting “Justice must be done!” and “Killer must be punished!” hurled eggs at the Philippine de facto embassy in Taipei, which was guarded by dozens of police.

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Ang Mga Pilipino kayang mambato ng Itlog at kung ano-ano sa Embasy or kahit anong establishimento na nag rerepresent sa Taiwan, China, U.S. etc. kung may nangyari ganito laban sa  Pilipino? Kaya din nila kayang sunugion ang Bandila ng ibang bansa? NOT. hehe.

Dahil ang tingin lang nila sa Pilipino ay alila. Kaya ano ang sanction? No new Filipino workers hehe. Ayus. Makapunta muna sa Divi maka bili ng Taiwanese lampshade… Sira na agad yung isang taiwanese na lampshade ko eh wala pang isang buwan. Babu!