As the conflict between the government and the NPA continue to dominate the headlines, our men in uniform are continuously doing their job to guard the safety of the civilians. It’s been known to the public that NPA are recruiting members from the less civilized area and mountainous areas. But thru proper communication and public … Continue reading Reach out and get involved for peace in Mindanao!
https://youtu.be/ZYZsT3CvXdo He walks the Talk. The only President that shows concern to his people. Even few criticized his ways, still the majority loves how he expresses his mind out and put it into actions.
President Duterte: He is known as the Genuine Punisher who cleansed the Davao City which is formerly tagged as the “Nicaragua f Asia.” It has been recognized that the city of Davao has the lowest crime rate in the country. As a Mayor, he has received numerous awards which he politely declines for the reason … Continue reading Reds or Yellows: Who are the lesser evil?
Being the leading contender in the Time Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential Leaders, Duterte is becoming an international mystery which no one can ever figure out. Amidst the heated controversies dragging his name, he remained true to himself as a leader and as a servant of this country. What makes President Digong excitingly thrilling to … Continue reading Duterte’s Personal and GlobalFlair
Whenever my friends visit my house, one of the things they would look for before going out is a mirror. My gay friend even suggested to buy me a cheap 4ft mirror that can be bought in a Taiwanese store in town. Well, I have been living in my own house for almost 3 years … Continue reading Mirror Phobia (My real horror story)
In the Philippines, it has been a war between the government and the rebels who were a threat to national security on the equal distribution of lands to the farmers. The government has taken a step to settle it. According to the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law of 1988 or the Republic Act no. 6657, it … Continue reading Justice Served: Piece by Piece of Land for Peace
The president did not promise that everything he will say will be perfect. His infamous “sexist remarks on women” dubbed by many arose spite from feminist groups and activists. Their spite is justified because those remarks indirectly hit women’s softest parts. Last March 31, 2017, Friday, a report from the Philippine Daily Inquirer said that … Continue reading On Duterte’s Dubbed Sexist Attacks on Women: Let’s Trust His Actions Instead