Showing posts from October, 2021

It’s official: Comelec signs P536-M contract with Duterte pal

  MANILA, Philippines — The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has signed with a company linked to a close associate of President Rodrigo Duterte the contract to distribute the ballots, vote-counting machines, and other supplies for the May 9, 2022, elections. Comelec and F2 Logistics Philippines Inc., a cargo forwarder linked to Davao-based businessman Dennis Uy, signed on Oct. 29 the deal worth P536 million, according to a copy of the contract posted on Sunday on the poll body’s website. It was signed by Comelec Chair Sheriff Abas and F2 Logistics president Efren Uy. Since Comelec awarded the contract to F2 Logistics last August, poll watchdogs and critics have questioned a possible conflict of interest in entrusting the transportation of election equipment and supplies to a major campaign donor of President Duterte. “It seems that way since a campaign distributor will now be given a contract. It’s like payment for the contribution. It raises doubts, it doesn’t look good,” National Ci

Mismong kalugar ng Pamilya Marcos sa Batac ilocos ayaw na silang iboto at nananawagan din sa Lahat!

  Viral ngayon sa social media ang post ng isang netizen na nagpakilalang tubong Batac Ilocos Norte. Matapang ang naging pahayag ng naturang netizen ukol sa paniniwala ng mga tao sa imahe ng mga Marcos partikular na ang mismong patriyarka nilang si Ferdinand Edralin Marcos. Ayon sa kanya ay tila pinamamana na lamang ng mga matatandang residente ng Batac ang pagiging loyalista sa mga sumusunod nilang henerasyon. Ngunit hindi naman umano alintana ng mga ito ang tunay na kalagayan ng kanilang pamumuhay. Pinuna ng netizen na magpasa hanggang ngayon umano ay iniigib padin ang tubig sa Balon gayong naturingan umanong ciudad ang Batac. Ni wala umano itong Mall at iba pang malalaking kumpanya na magbibigay sana ng trabaho sa mga residente doon. At ang katotohanan ayon pa sa netizen ay kalimitang naghahanap ng trabaho abroad o nag-aapply maging Domestic Helper ang mga Nanay doon para lang makapag aral ang mga anak. Proud din ang netizen na ibida na ang kanya umanong sariling ina ay pinag-aral s

Governor Imelda Marcos who holds dozens of Government Organizations rumored to inherit Presidential Power back then

  Many people have become convinced that a Ferdinand Marcos does go, he'll be succeeded by his flamboyant wife, Imelda. She already has more power than many heads of state she's in the cabinet runs a lion's share of the national budget is governor of Manila and is the head of dozens of government organizations. And despite a recent announcement that she plans to quit politics Imelda Marcos continues to combine enormous political influence with her whim of iron.

The plunder of the ages | While millions of Filipino people lived in filth and disease Ferdinand Marcos and his family lived in glittering splendor

While millions of Filipino people lived in filth and disease. Marcos and his family lived in glittering splendor. For two decades, Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos dominated the Philippines. Ferdinand Marcos was a young charismatic politician, his wife, a beauty queen when they rose to power in 1965. A political dynasty now more remembered for lavish spending than triumphs. Ferdinand and Imelda are accused of pillaging up to $10 billion from the Filipino people. Imelda known as the iron butterfly would become a notorious, jet-setting socialite and fashion icon amassing hundreds of millions in Jewel's fine art real estate and the infamous stash of thousands of shoes. Her travels were so luxurious, she wants reportedly spent $2,000 on chewing gum during a layover in San Francisco. She even forced an airplane departing Rome to make a U-turn because she forgot to buy cheese. Despite the outward opulence of her life. Imelda Marcos describes her five years in exile in Terms that are at best,

Ang lihim na kuwento ng buhay ni Imelda Romualdez Marcos (The Untold Story of Imelda Marcos)

Xiao Time: Ang lihim na kuwento ni Imelda Marcos (The Untold Story of Imelda Marcos) Panoorin natin sa ibaba ang istorya ng buhay ni Imleda ayon sa historian na si Xiao Chua

The history of stolen Golden Buddha under the dictators regime the Rogelio Roxas story

  A Filipino treasure hunter found the Los gold of world war II and the dictator stole it from him. The Japanese military amassed a fortune in looted gold, a Japanese general Tomoyuki Yamashita hid the treasure throughout the Philippines and a complex system of underground tunnels. Yamashita was executed for war crimes in 1946 and took the location of the immense bounty with him.  Some claimed the CIA found it. Others insisted it was still out there. Well, Rogelio Roxas. A former Filipino soldier dedicated his life to finding the treasure in 1971, the allegedly succeeded Roxas said he found a tunnel full of world war II, era rifles, bayonets radios, and a skeleton wearing a Japanese army uniform. He also found a 10-foot thick concrete wall.  He blasted through it and uncovered a 2000 pounds solid gold statue of Buddha surrounded by crates of gold bars with an untold amount. And it was still only a fraction of what Yamashita had hidden. Ferdinand Marcos, the wealthy craze, dictator of