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Untold or Unpublished Accomplishment for the first 120 days of Pres. Duterte


Wait a minute….

Did you know that we have a leader who …

… Has visited 14 military camps in just a month, including installations that no sitting president has ever laid eyes before. He also visited military hospitals and has invited wounded soldiers for a dinner get together in Malacanang. He was also able to conduct an actual command conference in Basilan.

…Has initiated peace talks with the left with the hope on ending a long standing armed struggle. Established goodwill by freeing prominent leftists leaders. Also pursuing peace talks with muslim secessionists.

…Has managed to negotiate for the release of foreigners held hostage by armed bandits in the south.

… Has handled a terrorist crisis well (Davao bombing) managing to immediately restore normalcy, personally visiting the dead and comforting the injured, and enabled the authorities to immediately track down the perpetrators. After which, he also managed to direct an all out offensive against the armed terrorists

…Has visited Batanes after a typhoon, and even if Batanes is governed by a prominent clan opposed to him.

… Has visited China, Japan, Indonesia, Brunei, Vietnam and attended an ASEAN Summit in Laos. Note the significance of giving priority to Asian neighbors. In China alone, he obtained commitment on investments and loans worth a combined $24Billion.

… in between two foreign trips, went to visit another typhoon ravaged area (Cagayan), on a Sunday when most people are resting…

… Has opened Malacanang to leftists, the first time ever said group was able to set foot in the palace.

…Has been mentioned or is a frequent topic of conversation now across the globe so much so that he and our country were even mentioned in a campaign rally by one of two presidential candidates in the US of A.

…Has managed to significantly improve airport and airline services, and got rid of the “tanim bala” scam by a simple directive.

…Has managed to improve LRT MRT services, including operation of basic but convenient facilities like escalators and elevators.

…Has managed to launch a nationwide emergency response system 911, and a nationwide government complaint center 8888 in just his first month in office.

… Has required the entire government to eliminate long lines or queue by ordinary people, and also simplify government transactions. For instance, drivers license are now valid for 5 years while passports will be valid for 10 years. Meanwhile, all permits and licenses and documents like NSO certificates, Seamans’ book should be released in 3 days.

…Has managed to sign an FOI for the executive branch of government, the only chief executive to do so.

… Has managed to significantly improve disaster preparedness and relief operations plus proper use and spend of government resources.

…Has managed to adopt changes in the agricultural sector to enable the country to be self reliant in food production and distribution. Most importantly, he ordered the DA to implement FREE IRRIGATION nationwide.

…Has paved the way to genuine land reform as well as directing the release of coco levy funds to the real beneficiaries.

… Has directed the adoption of responsible mining, and ordered DENR to comprehensively review all mining permits and impose sanctions to erring mining companies.

…Has directed the repatriation of stranded OFWs and personally welcoming them at the airport.

…Has managed to open one-stop-shops for OFW requirements for ease of transactions. Also ordered that balikbayan boxes worth less than P10,000 should be tax-free.

…Has ordered the discontinuance of ENDO for more than 10,000 affected workers.

…Has directed PAGCOR not renew licenses of online gambling and re-allocate its funds to be used to improve health services and education.

… Has managed to sneak in and around Metro Manila and personally put to task mayors who have been sleeping on the job. This is not being mentioned officially, and there will be a denial if there will be those who will try to confirm. Exhibit A: Divisoria Exhibit B: Alabang Exhibit C: Pasig

Finally —

800,000++ drug users pushers surrendering

20,000++ drug users pushers who were apprehended

1,500 drug users pushers killed in legitimate police operations

2,000 killed by unknown assailants and are under investigation.

Top drug lords either arrested or killed.

Protectors named

Details of Drug trafficking inside Bilibid revealed

A 10,000-capacity Mega Drug Rehab Facility being built in Nueva Ecija

Crime rate down by more than 40%

All these in 117 days..

… and with almost no more budget allocation for the year as this was used up in the 1st half by the previous admin..

By a foul mouth, uncouth, and psychopath president named Rodrigo Roa Duterte..

Need do we say more?



Mark Lopez as posted on Facebook.


The Life of Dax


Dax Alejandro is an Actor, Physique Trainer, Life and Spiritual Mentor, and Life Speaker. But there is more from his life…

Madami na syang pinagdaanan bago nya maabot ang estado na ito. Simula 17yrs pa lamang sya, nag trabaho na sya bilang isang messenger. Habang sya ay nagtatrabaho, hinimuk sya ng mga kaibigan nya na subukin ang pag aartista.

Sa kabutihang palad, may mga nakakita sa kanyang potential sa larangan ng pag arte. Nag teatro sya, lumabas sa telebisyon, nag karoon ng ibat ibang commercials at nag bida ma rin sa mga indie films.

Ngunit sa kabila ng mga ito, mas pinili nya na lumiban sa pag aartista. Naging humble sya at pinakita nya ang pagiging totoo. Inilaan nya ang kanyang talento sa pagiging Life & Spiritual mentor.

Mas pinili nya na mapalapit sa tao at tumulong gamit ang kanyang talento. Ipamahagi ang kanyang mga nalalaman at mag inspire. Sya ang itinuturing na lucky charm ng mga taong nakaka trabaho at nakaka salimuha nya.

Ngayon ay isang napakagaling leader at top earner sa isang newcomer na negosyo sa larangan ng networking. In fact, he is the Top 2 earner ng na kompanya. Subaybayan natin sya at maiinspire kayo sa kanya.


Gordon seeks probes on hash code change, transport system


MANILA – Returning Senator-elect Richard “Dick” Gordon on Thursday said that his first agenda upon his assumption to office in the Senate is to investigate the sudden change of the hash code in the transparency server of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) Center.

In an interview after he was officially proclaimed by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) sitting as the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC) at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Gordon also wanted to investigate the dismal failure of our transportation system.

Gordon, who placed 5th at the final tally of the NBOC garnering 16,297,838 votes, said he would call for a briefing from the Comelec, Smartmatic and other stakeholders of the latest elections to gather facts on the altering of the hash code.

“The alteration per se doesn’t seem to be a bad deal, but the timing is a very bad deal. Especially that alteration, apparently, I don’t know whether it is coincidence or deliberate, it resulted in a sudden rush of votes for other candidates. So with that sense, we should investigate,” Gordon said.

He said he will call the attention of Smartmatic and other parties to check their facts and allegations before making an investigation.

“Let me check the facts, I have to look into everything, you know I don’t shoot from the hip,” Gordon said.

Earlier, Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. cried foul at the sudden cancellation of the Senate hearing on the Automated Election System (AES).

In a statement, Marcos said the hearing was intended to clarify the alteration of the script in the transparency server, which impacts significantly on the sanctity and integrity of the electoral system.

“Smartmatic officials owe the public a clearer explanation, rather than a cursory excuse, why they can’t participate,” Marcos said.

Marcos said that the hearing was not pursued due to a “last minute” notice from Smartmatic, the technology provider of the Comelec, that they could not attend.

“Smartmatic has been quick to claim that such change was merely cosmetic and did not in any way alter the results of the elections. If that is so, we expect them to be the ones eager to take advantage of the opportunity which the hearing is providing to settle the issue,” Marcos said.

Transport probe

Meanwhile, Gordon also said he would initiate a deeper investigation into the dismal failure of our transport system, which was highlighted by a brownout at the airport and the breakdown of trains of the Metro Rail Transit (MRT).

“We have to rationalize the system. I may have an investigation on the actual state of our ports. Why are we not competitive? Why are our airplanes always delayed? Why are we not opening Subic and Clark? Why are we not expanding some of our airports which some have to be expanded?” Gordon asked.

With this, Gordon, former tourism secretary in 2003, said he will also summon the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) during the budget hearing why they are not honoring the tax incentives given to tourist service-oriented establishments.

“We would like also to investigate why the BIR did not allow incentives to more hotels, more investments,” Gordon said.

Commending Comelec

Gordon also commended the Comelec for a job well done.

“The Comelec did a relative good job here. We had to squeeze it out of them. We thank them for having implemented it. They could not easily have implemented it – if we recall – but they did it,” Gordon said.

Also, Gordon vowed to push for the enactment of the law against contractualization.

“I am supportive on that, we should take advantage of our people anymore. Mahirap walang benepisyo ang mga taong nagtatrabaho,” Gordon said.

Source: InterAksyon

Super-important habit of successful people like Bill Gates demonstrated even as a kid


In a recent Forbes interview, Bill Gates’ dad reveals what the Microsoft billionaire was like growing up.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the young Gates was an extreme bookworm:

Just about every kind of book interested him — encyclopedias, science fiction, you name it. I was thrilled that my child was such an avid reader, but he read so much that Bill’s mother and I had to institute a rule: no books at the dinner table.

That Gates loved to read as a kid is hardly surprising. Today, his personal blog “GatesNotes” features upwards of 150 book recommendations for everything from scientific histories to novels.

Among the world’s richest and most successful people, a passion for books and for lifelong learning is hardly uncommon. Author and self-made millionaire Steve Siebold has interviewed more than 1,200 of the world’s wealthiest people over the past three decades and has noted that reading for self-education is a common thread among them.

Investing legend Warren Buffett reportedly spends about 80% of his day reading, and continues to include book recommendations in his annual shareholder letters.

In 2015, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg resolved to read a book every two weeks, and even started a book club called “A Year of Books” so that he could discuss those books with the Facebook community.

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey selects a book every month for readers to discuss online as part of “Oprah’s Book Club 2.0,” and when tech billionaire Elon Musk is asked how he learned to build rockets, he reportedly answers, “I read books.”

Experts say reading is crucial for anyone in a leadership position. Writing in The Harvard Business Review, author John Coleman argues that reading can make you a better communicator and more empathetic.

Meanwhile, Scotty McLennan, a lecturer in political economy at Stanford Graduate School of Business, suggests that novels can boost leadership skills by showing readers reality in a way that case studies and business books can’t.

Obviously, there’s no one secret to becoming wildly successful. But a weekly trip to your local library is an almost surefire way to increase your knowledge and your effectiveness in business settings.


President Rody Duterte: Won by Landslide May Election 2016 Philippines

PDP Laban Presidential aspirant Rody Duterte is leading the Partial and Unofficial Results and according to some analyst, there is no chance that Grace Poe or Mar Roxas is going to win anymore.

Mayor Duterte is still leading by 5M-6M to the second placer Mar Roxas and some analyst expected that this gap will still increase. Ad of 12:00Noon on May 10, 2016 The Partial Unofficial results is as follows with over 15Million votes for Rodrigo Duterte.

Many supporters is planning to celebrate the victory of Mayor Rody Duterte in their homes.

some of the supporters of other Presidentiables and said that they already accepted the result and they are willing to cooperate with the next President of the Philippines.

“We congratulate Mayor Rody Duterte, please do what you promised in the Philippines” One of the Netizen said to our source.

The soon to be President Rody Duterte offered friendship to his opponents.

Rody Duterte said that his victory party in Malacañang will be simple and no liquor will be served, only cola.

The final result of the election will be announced after the Official Canvassing is completed by the Comelec.

Mayor Duterte’s “Miting de Avance” in Luneta Draws Over A Million Supporters

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May 7, 2016: Mayor Rodrigo Duterte held his grand rally called “Miting de Abance” in the historic Luneta Park in Manila. The rally was also streamed online and viewed by more than hundred thousand netizens. The said event also trend on Twitter and televised on some regional TV stations. Other key Cities and Provinces also held a simultaneous show rally where thousands of supporters attended as shown on the photo above.
According to reports, over one million people came to Luneta to show their support for Mayor Rody Duterte. Below were the images captured during the event.

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 All photos are grabbed from facebook. Credit to the respective owners.
Below is an aerial video coverage of the said event with massive attendance.
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The DUTERTE Presidency: Plans in His 6 years of Service Revealed!


The Duterte presidency platforms were all set! And here are the things that he will do for the country:

-Suppress drugs & crimes within 3 to 6 months.
-Increase police salaries to P75,000 to P100,000 within 3 years.
-Installations of CCTV in all thoroughfares.
-Revival of the Special Courts to serious crime.
-Unite the country by healing of deeply-ingrained differences and shifting to Federal forms of government.

-Passage of the “Freedom of Information Act” and “Anti-Dummy Law”
-Lifting of the Bank Secrecy Law
-CCTV in all government offices

-Create jobs
-Industrialize and build factories
-Build a Philippine Steel Mill
-Build a “business Island” with ideal business atmosphere for foreign investors
-Limit 5 signatures for business permits (30 to 60 days)
-Maintain “Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program” or 4Ps
-1 Billion “Small Capital Fund” outside Metro Manila
-Establish tourism, agricultural, and industrial hubs to create jobs in countryside.

-Lower Cost of Food
-Get rid of middle man loan sharks
-Build food terminals with advanced facilities in their provinces.
-Build Mindanao railway system
-Free irrigation and subsidized fertilizers and seeds for farmers.

-Ban mining firms with records of exploitation
-Study renewable energy

-Improve labor conditions for Filipino workers
-No income tax for workers with P20,000 and below.
-No more contractualization.
-Gradual increase of salary for all other jobs/workers
-Back for OFW remittance
-Bring home OFWs in case of abuse.
-Tracking for protection of Filipinos abroad

-Double the salary of teachers
-Build adequate classrooms and double the shifts
-Teach values and Filipino Pride
-Require all hospitals to treat very poor patients using government programs like Phil Health reserved funds and Department of Health budget

-Add more carriages to train lines
-Build fast lane linking airports and seaports to Metro Manila
-Decongest Metro Manila
-Develop Clark Airport and Batangas Seaport to ease traffic congestion

-Pursue arbitration case

-Create 911

Not Voting for Duterte? Richard Poon and Maricar Reyes’ reasons for voting Digong will surely change your perspective

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Richard Poon and Maricar Reyes are the addition of celebrity supporters of Duterte. These lovely couple discussed on their blog – “Me and Maricar’s Thoughts on our Presidentiables” who will they support in the upcoming presidential elections.

On the introduction of their post, they expressed gratitude for President Aquino.

“For the record, I just want to say that I have huge respect and thankfulness for President Noynoy Aquino.  Inspite the bashing from many, in comparison to previous administrations, President Noy(with all his flaws and mistakes) has done great good for our country—and I give him honor where honor is due.”

Here are the reasons of the couple why they will be voting for Duterte (excerpt from Poon and Reyes’s blog).


“Years ago, I was skeptical at Duterte. I heard rumors that he was a feared “berdugo”(executioner of criminals). Curfews at night. No smoking in certain areas, Liquor bans. Maximum 40 kph on the road???!!!”

“But unknowingly, my MANY TRIPS TO DAVAO to sing for many years OPENED UP CONVERSATIONS with the people there. I was shocked yet CURIOUSLY AMAZED that taxi drivers, ordinary employees LOVE & RESPECT him! In their own words, Duterte was THE EXACT OPPOSITE of the MANY ACCUSATIONS. Many say this is because the Mayor PROTECTED THEM FROM EVIL.”

“In my circles, most of the people who judge Duterte as an ill leader have NEVER BEEN TO DAVAO to witness his reforms first-hand.”

“And if Duterte’s ways are really off, will not Davao and the surrounding Muslim world rebel and oust him even in earlier days? “

“I must admit, WITHOUT MY MANY CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE FROM DAVAO, I would not realize who Duterte really is. So from my heart, thank you so much Davaoenos for showing me Duterte’s truth in real everyday life.”


“Perfection is out of the question. All Presidentiables don’t have every single person rooting for him/her. If you have some intelligence groups, you’ll know that INSIDE the same party, politicians that dislike each other ARE FAKING smiles onstage & on TV commercials….even holding hands for shared goals:)”

“I put this argument on the shelf, as it is a waste of time. The voices of the majority of Davao, the surrounding Muslim areas, and the militant groups in Mindanao are clear on Duterte.”


“My conscience finds it difficult to join those who say “Duterte will never be able to do that—-curb crime in 3 to 6 months!”. So if that’s true, WHERE WILL I GO? To Mar Roxas who promises to MAINTAIN/CONTINUE “Daang Matuwid”?”

“I love President Noynoy Aquino for the LIFT he gave our country from the previous regime, but until today our issues on transportation systems (from the MRT to the Airport) are still in a mess, with VERY MINIMUM ACCOUNTABILITY FOR THE WRONG. Wanna check Yolanda funds for accountability?”

“Or how many have you seen convicted of hazing deaths?   ZERO.   Powerful government officials(belonging to the same fraternities) fly the murderers out of the country until we all forget. You won’t forget if the hazing death is your son.”

“When you pay steep taxes and CANNOT see a simple walkalator operate in your own airport, or roads repeatedly break into potholes after moderate rain…”

“Isn’t it true, what foreigners say, that most government transactions require some form of “under the table” fees to get through the RED TAPE? And since rules are not consistently enforced, DOING THE WRONG THING (bribes, tax evasion, counterflow traffic, littering, etc.) IS EASIER compared to doing the right thing?”

“Have you been robbed? Does our present government protect you well and give just punishment to the robber? Do you feel safe? Do CCTV footages just show you HOW POWERLESS WE ARE AGAINST CRIME?”

“Are the people who ran away with money in pyramid scams, estafa, etc. jailed for good when they victimize you? Or do they GO FREE inspite of you paying lawyers to do their best?”

“And if criminals are successfully jailed, is it true that they become “kings” in Bilibid prison with money-making businesses like cooking shabu?”


“I am voting for Duterte because he DID IT IN THE MICRO(Davao). I saw him change what many(including myself)thought to be UNCHANGEABLE—-the corrupt system of governance.”

“So I will put my hopes and faith that Duterte will do THE SAME in the MACRO(whole Philippines). Even if he takes more than 6 months, I’ll still support him. Rather than ACCEPT THE STATUS QUO of governance, crime, corruption and drugs.”

“Isn’t it ironic that Duterte—-who has DRASTICALLY CHANGED the CROOKED SYSTEM in micro Davao—- is being trashed by some as a joke in favor of those WHO HAVE NOT SIGNIFICANTLY CHANGED CORRUPT GOVERNANCE?”

“And some expect these people to run MACRO Philippines?”

“I have to give a clap for Duterte opponents trying to DISTORT him being a tough, fearless, disciplinarian father THAT DAVAO LOVES & RESPECTS into a tyrant who will take away your candy, be like Marcos, choke you into Martial Law, and kill a law-abiding citizen like yourself.”

“If one day you come FACE-TO-FACE WITH REAL EVIL(murder, rape, robbery), believe me, you will CALL DUTERTE for help.”


“I’ll say it again: P-Noy has lifted us up, but there is STILL SO MUCH THAT I DON’T WANT MAINTAINED or CONTINUED in “Daang Matuwid.”

I believe this country deserves BETTER—-someone to RAISE THE STANDARD HIGHER.”

“I also do NOT agree with those who say “do not vote for Duterte because he is a womanizer and he curses a lot…” Maybe to them THE PRIMARY ROLE of governance is a SQUEAKY CLEAN MORAL IMAGE or DIPLOMATIC EXCELLENCE. If that’s the case, Grace Poe and Mar Roxas can easily fit those roles.”

“But if you, like me, believe that THE PRIMARY ROLE of government is to RESTRAIN and PUNISH EVIL, GIVE BACK JUSTICE to the Filipinos who are so tired of living without it, then Duterte is your ONLY CHOICE.”

“I will NOT choose another candidate OUT OF FEAR OF DUTERTE. I choose Duterte out of strong FAITH in him.”

“I say, Go Duterte, give the Philippines hope in CHANGING THE EVIL WE HAVE BECOME SO ACCUSTOMED TO!”


“I would rather have FAITH in what Duterte has accomplished, HOPE in what he CAN do, than SETTLE for his opponents in FEAR of the “monster” he “could” become. (And some say he already IS.)”

Source: Richard and Maricar’s blog

Marcos todo arangkada sa VP race

Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. Photo by Noel Celis/AFP via Getty Images

MANILA, Philippines – Umarangkada nang tuluyan ang kandidatura ni Senador Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos Jr. at napanatili nya ang pagiging nasa unang pwesto sa pinakahuling survey sa vice presidential race.

Sa pinakahuling non-commissioned Pulso ng Pilipino survey na ginawa ng Issues and Advocacy Center mula April 1 to 7, 2016, nanguna pa rin si Marcos sa puntos na 28.5 percent, mas mataas mula sa 27 percent na nakuha n’ya noong March 16-22, 2016 na ginawa din ng IAC.

Nasa pangalawang pwesto si Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo na may 23.5 percent. Nau­ngusan nya si Sen. Francis Escudero na nakakuha ng 22.5 percent. Pumang-apat si Sen. Allan Peter Caye­tano na may 16 percent. Sinundan siya ni Sen. Gregorio Honasan na may 4.25 percent at Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV na may 3.75 percent. 1.75 percent naman ang Undecided.

Nanguna si Marcos A/B (27 percent), D (23 percent) at E (24 percent) socio-economic classes.

Sinabi ni Ed Malay, Director of IAC, na ang survey, na parte ng kanilang adbokasiya na bigyan ng impormasyon ang publiko ukol sa mga tumatakbo sa May 9, 2016 elections, ay may confidence level na 98 percent at margin of error na plus or minus 2.5 percent.

Sa presidential race, nanguna pa rin si Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte na may 29 percent, na sinundan ni Sen. Grace Poe sa 24 percent.

Nasa pangatlong pwesto si Vice President Jejomar Binay na may 22 percent na sinundan ni dating Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas na may 19 percent.

Si Senador Miriam Defensor Santiago ay nasa pang-limang pwesto na may 2.3 percent ang Undecided. Ani Malay ang pagtaas ng suporta kay Marcos ay dahil sa mga Marcos loyalists na hindi lamang mula sa Solid North ngunit matatagpuan sa buong bansa.

By  (Pilipino Star Ngayon) |

10 Reasons Why You Should Vote for Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for President


Source: Some Photos from facebook posts on Mayor Duterte’s Campaign Rallies from different parts of the Philippines. Credit to owners of the photos.

Do I like Duterte as a leader? Absolutely YES! Duterte compensates his imperfections with real service to the people.

1. Babaero siya at alam niyang hindi niya yun mapipigilan pero siya ang kauna-unahang nagpasa ng Women Development Code (City Ordinance 5004) sa buong Pilipinas.
2. Nagmumura siya pero kasama ng kanyang plataporma ay ibalik ang GMRC at Values Education sa curriculum ng mga eskwelahan.
3. Pumapatay siya ng kriminal pero siya rin ang nangunguna sa pagpaparehab ng mga kabataang lulong sa droga at binibigyan pa niya ito ng P2,000 monthly allowance.
4. Dating lansenggo at chain-smoker pero mahigpit na ipinagbabawal ang pininigarilyo sa siyudad at may liquor ban pa ng hanggang 1am lang.
5. Hindi maganda ang tabas ng dila pero nagpatupad ng Anti-Discrimination Ordinance. Bawal i-discriminate ang Muslim, Kristiyano, Lumad, bakla, lesbian, transsexual, may kapansanan, ordinaryong mamamayan at kahit sino man.
6. Barumbado, mahilig sa baril pero nagpatubad ng fire-cracker ban tuwing Pasko at New Year. Davao lang zero casualty sa paputok kada taon.
7. Protektor daw ng NPA at MILF pero andaming mga sundalo at pulis ang kanyang na rescue sa mga rebeldeng grupo. Mas marami pa siyang nagawa kaysa sa administrasyon.
8. Kaskasero noong kanyang kabataan, nagpapatakbo ng 180 kph sa motor. Pero nagpatupad ng speed limit sa Davao para sa kaligtasan ng mamamayan.
8. Diktador daw at masama ang ugali pero siya ang unang rumesponde sa Tacloban na sinalanta ng bagyong Yolanda.
9. Mayabang daw pero ni isa sa kanyang proyekto ay wala ang kanyang mukha at pangalan.
10. Asal kanto, ugaling kalye pero WORLD CLASS ang serbisyo. And take note, lahat ng tao nakikinabang sa kanyang serbisyo, hindi lang ang mayayaman.
– Davao Central 911 (The only 911 in Asia. Equipments are all US-made. All services are free.)
– California Traffic Light System (Most modern in the Philippines. Sensorized, centralized to Traffic Center and Central 911)
– High-tech CCTVs, again the most modern in the Philippines.
– Public Safety Command Center powered by IBM (US technology giant company) making Davao the only Smart City in the Philippines. The fastest that can respond to crime and disaster.
– State of the art facilities of a GOVERNMENT hospital. Yes, the most modern hospital equipments in Davao are not in private hospitals but in a government hosptital – the Southern Philippines Medical Center (formerly Davao Medical Center). Sagot niya ang gastusin ng mga batang may cancer sa Davao at kahit hindi taga Davao.

Kaya para sa inyong hindi siya kilala at bulag sa katotohanan, let me say this. He is actually making a sacrifice to us. Let him be the sinner, let him do the dirty work. Because he said, he must do the things that he must do as ugly as it can be because nobody in the government will do it for the people. In the end, only God can judge him on the things that he’s done.

Kaya kung gusto niyo isang Pangulo na isang magandang ROLE MODEL, iboto niyo si Mar Roxas. Prim and proper, busilak at mabulaklak magsalita, makamasa sa pictorial, good-boy image. Ganon lang naman ka simple yon. Wag niyong iboto si Duterte dahil masama siyang ehemplo at pangit kanyang image.

Pero kung gusto niyo ng TUNAY NA PAGBABAGO, alam niyo na ang sagot.

“I don’t care if I go to hell as long as the people I serve will live in paradise.” – Rodrigo Duterte

Credit to Pamela Saavedra

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