BUMPER STICKERS, ANYONE?

Twenty Anti-Church & Pro-RH Bill Bumper Stickers

Limit the copulation,
Save the population.

I used to hate the president.
Until he fought with the bishops.

If the love of money is the root of all evil,
why do churches beg for it?

Excommunicate?!? Us?
Gee, thanks.

Condoms and Clerical Celibacy:
Both prevent procreation.

Dahil d’yan, may nag-teeexxxxt:
“Tigilan n’yo na ang panggagamit sa aking pangalan. – Jesus”

Excommunication and civil disobedience.
In short, blackmail.

Yup! Nagbabayad ako ng buwis sa pamahalaan
Anong akala n’yo sa akin, simbahan?

Caution: Carlos Celdran on board.

Jesus and I have something in common.
We were not born Catholic.

Lintik lang ang walang ganti:
Tara, mang-molestiya tayo ng pari.

Filipino bishops do not grow old.
They remain in the middle ages.

God created man.
Man created condoms.
Therefore…

Katawan ko, kargo ko.
Anong problema mo?!

Stop lecturing me on sex… virgins!

Charlotte.
The only Church I listen to.

DILG + PNP = Jueteng
Jueteng Money + Hypocrisy = Bagong Simbahan

Eat. Prey. Love.
Pre-pubescent boys.

If being pro-RH bill is evil…
see you all in hell!

Hindi kami makikialam sa inyong relihiyon.
Huwag n’yo lang pakialaman ang aming konstitusyon!

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“Every day people are straying away from the church and going back to God.”
~Lenny Bruce

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249 thoughts on “BUMPER STICKERS, ANYONE?”

      1. @Caturay:

        Salamat at sumagot ka sa aking post. Ikaw nga naman siguro ang tinamaan. Kung iyong mamarapatin, ilalagay ko lang po ang iyong post na nauna, at eto po yun:

        “Meron naman. Ang mga tinuturo ng simbahang Katolika ang dahilan kung bakit nabubuhay pa ang mga taong walang kuwenta at hindi basta-basta binabaril na lang. Kaya’t magpasalamat ka sa simbahang Katolika at buhay ka pa.”

        Ngayon, pakibasa nga po ulit ng pangalawang pangungusap at sabihin mo na hindi yan ang buod ng iyung sanaysay. Ika nga, “ang isda ay nahuhuli sa bibig”.

        Sana po’y wag na nating sabihin na dahil lamang walang “lamang” sa iyong ipinaskil ay tama pa rin po kayo. Ika nga sa salitang Ingles, ang “counter argument” naman po diyan ay dahil hindi nyo rin po sinabi na “Ang mga tinuturo ng simbahang Katolika at ng iba pang relihiyon”, ang iyong sinabi po ay mali at nagpapakita ng kitid ng isip ng karaniwang pilipino.

        Wag kang mag-alala, hindi ka nag-iisa sa pag-iisip na yan. Marami din naman kayo.

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      2. Salamat din sa iyong pangangatwiran na kahit na baluktot ay katwiran pa rin.

        Ang paksa ay Simbahang Katolika, kaya’t ang simuno ng pangunusap ay Simbahang Katolika. Kung ang paksa ay SK at iba’t ibang simbahan, tama sana ang iyong katwiran. Kaso daplis.

        Walang ding mali sa pangalawang pangungusap na sinabi ko. Dahil totoo naman na turo yon ng SK. Pero di ko sinabi na SK lamang ang nagturo nun. Ikaw ang nagsabi nun. Yon ang mali. Ikaw ang mali.

        Sa susunod, wag magbasa ng mga salitang hindi naman nakasulat. Sasabit ka, kahit pano mo pa piliting palusutin.

        Wag kang mag-alala, pinapatawad kita sa iyong pagkakamali. Turo din ng SK ang pagpapatawad.

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  1. All contents are relevant except for one – – Charlotte Church!
    Love it PH! the best!

    and wow…first?

    I really believe, the Catholic priests (but of course) know the contemptible products of the enlarging population – mothers who have set a trend of dumping off their almost lifeless newborn/aborted babies, children in the streets, children who make a tug at a passerby’s shirt and ask for pennies and children who are situated just at the entrance of churches to sell some goods, instead of spending their precious time in school. These priests are just confused about the dichotomy between their clandestine hypocritical assignations and their social portrayal of a proud and perfect moralist.

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  2. there’s much condemnation on the church’s position on reproductive health. pro RH bill advocates face excommunication and we’re talking of birth control pa lang. PH, what is the church’s position (pun intended) on sexual reproduction? missionary lang ba? violators will be excommunicated?

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  3. sorry…this time I don;t think your lambasting the church is funny. When people dind “pakiki-alam” to their liking like EDSA 1 & 2, when the church spoke against the administration—that was okay—that was great.

    when the church keeps quiet about issues—people also question them.

    but when the church speaks about her mandate of being against the contraceptives like the pills and injectibles, which can cause cancer, and the IUD–which is shaped so because it prevents implantation or attachment of a fertilized ovum on the uterus THEN THE CHURCH CAN GO TO HELL at walang pakialam.

    What the heck???!!!!

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    1. What clinical studies are you referring to when you said that contraceptive drugs are carcinogenic? FYI, combined hormonal pills can DECREASE a woman’s risk of cervical and endometrial cancer. They are approved to be safe and effective by FDA and our own BFAD.

      I don’t know what’s your point about IUDs but then you are right that it works that way – preventing the implantation of fertilized egg to the uterus. Conception is scientifically a two-phased process: fertilization and implantation. Under certain conditions, a fertilized egg won’t attach to the uterus even if you DIDN’T use IUD or any other contraceptive methods.

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      1. “FYI, combined hormonal pills can DECREASE a woman’s risk of cervical and endometrial cancer. They are approved to be safe and effective by FDA and our own BFAD.”

        True. As long as they’re registered, they are considered safe and complied with the international standards. Even condoms were being regulated by BFAD (which is now called Philippine FDA, by the way, according to RA9711). Contraceptive and hormonal pills are NOT carcinogenic and abortifacient.

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    2. I think it is better for all of us to read first the subject RH Bill before we make comments. Problema ng marami sa atin hindi pa nga natin nababasa kumokontra na tayo. Basahin muna natin bago tayo mag-agree or disagree sa stand ng Catholic Church.

      Peace!

      PS. Professional Heckler nga ang title ng blog tapos magrereklamo kayo na tinitira ang simbahan. duh!! hello!!!!

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    3. juice ko dpat lang na nandoon sila sa edsa 1&2 dhil ilang taon ba silang nag-enjoy sa panahon ni Marcos. beso2 pa nga sina Imelda at Cardinal Sin noon. Abah instrumento din ang simbahan sa paghihirap ng mga pinoy noong panahon ng martial law dhil khit kinawawa ang mga pinoy noon walang kibo ang simbahan…

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      1. The Church merely rode on popular sentiment in Edsa. It did cozied up with Marcos in the early years. Cardinal Rosales of Cebu was a big fan of Martial Law The struggle against Marcos began even before martial law was declared. Thanks to the blood of countless youths who disappeared, died or were tortured for freedom. But only for Cory to restore oligarchy

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    4. I really get pissed when people spew words they have not a clue about. It gets more into my nerves when they PARROT the very LIES the Catholic Church tries to spread.

      I bet you also believe that the AIDS virus can pass through “holes” in condoms too. FYI, there was an official Catholic Church campaign in South Africa, documented by the BBC, saying that condoms cannot prevent HIV spread because of holes. An investigation by the WHO found that the holes in the condoms are at the molecular level and no virus known to man can get through. Think about it-how many lives were destroyed by the Catholic Church-an institution that preaches truth-because of this deliberate lie? The end result? The Catholic Church in South Africa now ALLOWS condoms to be used between married couples. Either way, the following are undeniable:
      1) The Catholic Church is an institution CAPABLE OF LYING
      2) The Catholic Church, instead of helping curb the spread of HIV, HELPED TO SPREAD HIV BY SCARING PEOPLE OFF THE USE OF CONDOMS
      3) The Catholic Church, far from being guided by God, is guided by a bunch of HUMAN BEINGS, capable of reversing its decision.

      **What mandate are you talking about?

      Think about it:

      Is it God putting words into the priests’ mouths, or the priests putting words into God’s mouth?

      Just a thought.

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  4. Tamang tapang lang, PH. Love it. I am a devout Catholic. But I am pro-RH Bill. Well, except for some provisions that contain hints of abortion. Anyway, I’m not really going to delve into that matter. What I just wanted to say is, calling for CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE is SO IRRESPONSIBLE. Ang yabang na ng mga religious authorities grabe. FYI, we Catholics know how to think. We were given free will. We try to educate our conscience and it is not limited to whatever the religious authorities tell. And just like the headlines of Philippine Star a couple of days ago, P-Noy is the president of not only Catholics. Separation of State and Church!!!

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    1. I have read the original bill (the bill that was pending during the elections) in its entirety and I have found the word abortion in it-that’s true, abortion is mentioned there. But it whenever abortion is mentioned, an idea was tagged with it-it is a crime.

      I’m not sure about the new bill forwarded now, but the original on CRIMINALIZED it, but it required doctors to offer help to those who attempted it. When a woman suffers from the effects of abortion it becomes a health problem (Reproductive health, is after all, an integral part of a person’s wellbeing) and they’re supposed to help women who undergo illegal abortion. The part where abortion was approved was when the woman was raped.

      Currently, I’m not very militant as I hope PNoy would approve of the bill. If he backs out due to church (actually, it’s just the Catholic Church that’s very rabid about this issue), I’d follow the steps of Celdran or beat his record.

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      1. @Kabug…You have a lot of sense in your comments. I appreciate the research you did to substantiate your opinion. Very enlightening! A far cry from “shooting-from-the-hip” commentaries of someone I know. With your exchanges here, parang nag a-argue si Ptolemy at si Willie Revillame. I share your intolerance for twisted logic! 🙂

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    1. naku darling ang role ng simbahan is to guide their own flock. at wag manghimasok sa pulitika. khit noong panahon ni Kristo nagbayad din ito ng buwis. sabi nga ni Kristo, “ibigay kay Ceasar, kung ano ang kay Ceasar”….

      PH is not lambasting the church, binigay lang nya ang opinyon nya!

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  5. Not funny this time PH. Unless we all forget, these priests and bishops are Filipino citizens too hence entitled to voice their rejection to this RH Bill… as for the case of documented abuses by priests, I believe it’s a case of exception rather than the prevailing circumstances…. Muslim Motawas commit abuses too….

    Did anyone notice, that in spite of the changing times, the church remained vigilant against contraception no matter who the current sitting president? It’s a shame that humans spend enormous funds to discover even a simple sign of life from the distant planets but is adamant to protect the very life that surround us….

    Don’t get me wrong, I am not against the posts in this blog, but I feel enormous disservice to my faith if I don’t voice out the opinion from the other side of the fence…

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    1. I agree with your sentiments Eagle Eye. I am not a practicing Catholic but I draw the line when I detect that there’s a concerted effort to undermine the Church, which I think is happening now. A lot of sects are riding on the unpopularity of the Church’s stand on the RH bill.

      Did you notice that the CBCP has been very active and vocal of its views since Marcos’ time, but only now that these groups are protesting violently against it? Where was this Celdran fellow and his elks when the late Cardinal Sin summon the faithful to go to EDSA and defend the people against the forces of the dictator?

      Besides, are we really sure that this bill would solve our population explosion problem? We have family planning programs dating back to Marcos that did not solve the problem.

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    2. naku pwede ba, mag-asawa muna ang mga pari. ang hirap sa kanila, they are enjoying sa mga bars at mga gay clubs galing sa mga offerings natin.. pwede ba!!!

      ang hilig maki-alam ng simbahan sa goberno, pero ndi naman nagbabayad ng tax. minsan nga pinalabas sa “i-witness” (GMA7) yung mga negosyo ng mga pari at tinanong kung bakit ndi ito nagbabayad ng buwis, ay ayaw magsalita ng namamahalang pari sa negosyo..

      saan na ba yung vow of poverty ng mga pari. abah ang gara ng kumbento nila at masasarap ang kinakain…

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    3. Priests and bishops are free to voice out their opinion, even rejection of certain government policies. But never should they dictate government on public policies, much more blackmail Catholic government officials with excommunication to make them toe their line. That’s fascism!

      It is protecting the very life that surround us which is the raison d’ etre of the RH bill. We need to manage our population, health and economic conditions before the impending population implosion kill us all. It’s an act of self-preservation. It’s a requisite to maintain life. Those who oppose it will lead us to self-destruction…to doom…to hell!

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      1. @eddi..

        thanks for your very enlightened opinion. then again, p-noy was expressing his. you and p-noy are both bright fellows. problem is, mr. eddi lawrence was expressing his as well and i support his opinion.

        for the sake of argument…p-noy was able to banish corruption, we’re left with the issue of population growth and limited resources.

        resources are limited. population can be controlled. simple economics would tell you that the bigger the population, the less resources there will be to go around. the smaller the population, the more resources there will be for everyone.

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      2. @ eddie…Akala ko ba, hindi ka naniniwala kay Pnoy, at lahat ng galaw niya, mali…eh bakit ngayon ginagamit mo ang argumento niya: corruption ang dahilan ng lahat ng kahirapan…ano ba talaga, kuya?

        Hindi ako maka dilaw pero, oo, binoto ko si Noynoy at hindi ako nagsisisi. Dahil kong ang binoto ko ay ang idolo mong si Gibo, tiyak namamayagpag pa si Gloria. Pero tapos na yun…Presidente na si Noynoy kaya, puede ba, wag ka nang umasa!

        At , oo, okey lang sa akin na manghimasok ang simbahan kung ayon sa panlasa ko tulad rin ng ok lang din na banatan mo kabi-kabila si Noynoy kung yun ang panlasa mo. Di ba ganoon naman talaga ang buhay? Gustuhin mo ang magpapaligaya sa iyo. Pero, wag ka namang manggagalaiti at sukdulang lumabas ang ugat sa leeg mo pag may ibang taong salungat ang opinyon sa iyo.

        Ngayon, bakit ba ayaw mo akong tantanan? Curious lang ako. Gusto mo yatang patulan kita, eh…tsong, pasensiya ka na…hindi ko masakyan ang takbo ng utak mo…baka, mahina lang ang ulo ko.

        Tsaka pala, hindi ako si Damaso Nasa Itaas Ninyo. Mayroon ding isa pang Patola dito at hindi rin ako yun. Magbasa kang maigi para tingnan mo kung magkakapareho ang aming mga sinasabi.

        Hanggang dito na lamang at sana’y matagpuan mo ang iyong sarili.

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      3. Ano ba talaga, Kuya Eddie? Akala ko ba lahat ng ginagawa ni Noynoy, mali! Bakit ngayon ginagamit mo ang argumento niya? Closet Noynoy ka ba?

        @Eddie

        Oo, tama ka. Ibinoto ko si Noynoy at hindi ako nagsisisi. Dahil kong ang nanalo ay ang manok mong si Gibo, malamang namamayagpag pa si Gloria. Pero, tapos na yun. Sa ayaw mo man at sa gusto, presidente na si Noynoy.

        Tsaka, hindi Iglesia nagpanalo kay Noynoy. 2M lang botante ng mga yun. 4M lamang na boto ni Noynoy kay Erap.

        Yung separation ng church at state, nasa konstitusyon yun. Kung bull shit pa rin sa yo yun, ano pa ang hindi? Magtatag ka na lang kaya ng sarili mong republika: Republic of Bumangon.

        By the way, ok lang talaga sa akin kung ayon sa panlasa ko ang gagawin ng simbahan. Kung hindi ayon, eh di hindi ok. May argumento ba talaga doon? Kung saan ka maligaya eh di doon ka. Baka naman kaya ka galit sa mundo eh dahil pinipilit mo ang sarili mo sa lugar na hindi ka masaya? Nagtatanong lang po. 🙂

        Hanggang dito na lamang at sana ay mahanap mo ang iyong sarili. Good night, Kuya Eddie!

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      4. First, the two similar posts above under different names confirmed what I said that you are using several identities to post your comments. Why? To make it appear that there are a lot of “you” agreeing with each other?

        Second, “Kung Walang Corrupt, Walang Mahirap” is a campaign slogan by Pnoy, and me bringing that up is like a slap on all your dirty yellow faces, now that he has changed his tune regarding the eradication of poverty through controlling the population. But stupid as you are, you did not get it of course.

        Third, even simple arithmetic is too profound for you to fathom. If you subtract the 2M INC (your count) votes from Pnoy and add these votes to Erap, it would increase the votes of the latter by 4M wrt Pnoy’s votes.

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      5. President Bumangon…

        First of all, those are not two different names. Anonymous is a post with no name kaya, isa lang.

        Now, yung first post ko, nakalimutan kong ilagay yung pangalan ko. kaya nga inulit ko para malaman mo kung sino ang nagsulat. Napakahina ba talaga ng ulo mo at hindi mo nakuha yun. O, gusto mo lang akong paratangan na nanlilinlang? That those two are almost identical posts would surely indicate to even a hare-brained reader that there was no attempt at making it appear that there are many of us who share the same view. Bakit di nakuha ng utak mo? Sobrang liit ba ng sa iyo?

        Please “don’t slap on my dirty yellow face”. First of all, I’m not yellow. I voted for Noynoy, but I’m not. Ay, nga pala…baka that’s too complicated for you to understand. Eto na lang, kung hindi mo napapansin…nagsisimula ka nang manakit. Wag naman. Tulang ng kakulangan natin ng rubber boats, kulang din tayo sa straight jacket.
        Nga pala, kulang din tayo sa condoms.

        Now, let’s do our logic, dumbo. Premise that you forwarded: Nagpanalo kay Noynoy ay ang boto ng INC (2M). Noynoy won over Erap by 4M. Kahit tanggalin mo yung 2M ng INC na boto kay Noynoy at ibigay mo lahat kay Erap (highly unlikely), hindi pa rin talo si Noynoy. Another way of putting it is, with or without the INC votes, panalo pa rin si Noynoy. Pero, bakit ba natin pag-uusapan pa yan? Kasalanan mo kasi. Hindi ka nag-iisip bago magsalita. At wala kang tolerance, o respeto man lamang sa opinyon ng iba.

        Di na nga sana kita papatulan, pero kups ka.

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      6. hahaha kaka aliw ang palitan ng kuro kuro dito!!!

        IMO, The CHURCH HAS NO RIGHT! kahit sabihin nilang they have the “moral” whatever…pwede ba simbahang katoliko..bayad muna taxes bago mag reklamo sa gobyerno..pwede ba yun??

        Mr. Patola….wag mo na Patolan itong isang ito…its like speaking to a 4 year old you know. Your points seem to be too complicated for him, so do yourself a favor..let it go =)

        ika nga, arguing on the web is like joining the Special Olympics…regardless if you win the Gold..your still a tard!!! yun lang 😛

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  6. I think it is hypocritical of the Church to promote so-called natural forms of family planning but not allow other forms.

    If natural forms of preventing conception are acceptable, I don’t see why there’s something wrong with so-called artificial forms. The intention is the same: prevent the sperm from fertilizing the egg. So if the artificial form is reprehensible, the same treatment should be given to artificial forms. Conversely, if one is acceptable, so should be the other.

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    1. actually, in natural family planning, like billings’ ovulation method, there is no egg to fertilize during the infertile days of a woman, so technically, no prevention of fertilization. However, church theologians whose opinion were disregarded by Pope Paul VI in his Humanae Vitae praised artificial contraception as a step for people to plan their families better, or something like that. The church’s stand is based on the order of nature that humans should not intervene in the natural process of reproduction. but some people would argue based on order of reason that people also have the capacity to improve the quality of their life through their god-given intelligence.

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      1. yan ang pinaka magandang paraan ng pag depensa sa iyong pananampalataya .. be self righteous, pakialaman, at hanapan ng mali ang ibang pananampalataya.

        Saying that “Catholicism in not Bible based” is a statement not in support of the RH bill but an attack on the belief systems of all Catholics. Now ulitin ko ang tanong ko: anong sekta ka ba?

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      1. i don’t know who taught you, but you must have come from a school that preaches charity but charges you with unreasonable school fees and teaches you that the world was created in 7 days.

        are you a compassionate human or a self-flagellating acolyte who thinks women who get pregnant outside of marriage are not humans?

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      2. I was reacting to this post:

        “Catholicism in not Bible based. A bunch of rules, made up my man. Prays to Saints, instead of directly to God. And the confession part? How can a mere person (priest) forgive me of my sins? Only God can forgive my sins. Is this the start of the end of Catholicism in the Philippines?”

        @ kabug and precious read my post above and you will see my stand on RHB. I just took to task the poster for being intellectually dishonest. I am not a fanatic of any religion, just the truth.

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  7. House Bill No. 17, also known as the proposed “Reproductive Health and Population Development Act of 2008,” will cover the following areas:

    •information and access to natural and modern family planning;
    •maternal, infant and child health and nutrition;
    •promotion of breast feeding;
    •prevention of abortion and management of post-abortion complications;
    •adolescent and youth health; prevention and management of reproductive tract infections, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases;
    •elimination of violence against women; counseling on sexuality and sexual and reproductive health;
    •treatment of breast and reproductive tract cancers;
    •male involvement and participation in reproductive health;
    •prevention and treatment of infertility; and
    •reproductive health education for the youth.

    The bill is controversial, as it is being opposed by the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church is against the use of artificial contraceptives

    Source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_Reproductive_Health_Bill_in_the_Philippines

    – Why is it that I cannot see anything wrong with the bill???

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  8. to you PH…naughty, naughty…and I like it. I wish I’m Santa, so I’ll know where you live. *wink*

    I’m PRO-RH bill.

    I’m a Catholic. I believe in God, but I seldom hear mass. Let’s just say that I’m a Catholic non-conformist (whatever that means). I lauded Carlos Celdran for his courage on what he did, I just wished he didn’t do it during mass. And I felt offended when I saw someone on TV lambasting (verbally) a priest. I know that the church sometimes were ridiculous, but please give them due respect. If we can’t respect them as priests, let us respect them as human beings.

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  9. what’s the difference between natural and artificial contraception aside from the method? Yung objective naman, parehas, so kung sasabihin nilang kasalanan yung artificial, kasalanan din yung natural method. Isipin natin, kung fertile yung babae, at gusto nilang magtalik, pero ayaw magbuntis, nagwithdrawal na lang yung lalaki, or nagmasturbate na lang. Parehas lang yan kung gumamit ng condom yung lalaki, kasi yun din ang objective kung gumamit sila ng condom. Kung natural method ang withdrawal(which is mataas ang risk na di effective), di rin ba kasalanan yun? Pinigilan ang paggawa ng buhay e. Kung nagmasturbate na lang sila, kasalan din ba iyun? Kung kasalanan yun, e di anak ng teteng, lahat ng pari at obispo ay makasalanan na rin. Katarantaduhan na kung sabihin nilang di sila nagjakol.

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    1. Del, I suggest that you do further reading before you comment so you will not look like a fool. Withdrawal and masturbation are also not allowed by the catholic church. I’m not saying that I’m in agreement with and don’t practice these though, just correcting your wrong impression. 🙂

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      1. You don’t practice it? tell that to the marines, hahaha! maniwala pa akong si PH na di prinapractice yan dahil he’s still vertically challenge. Biro lang yan PH, ala pa namang scientific basis yan.

        at nagtataka lang ako,if “Withdrawal and masturbation are also not allowed by the catholic church”, bakit ALAM nila ang bagay na yan?

        At dapat, ikaw magbasa ng comment ng maayos. Basahin mo kung ano ang sinabi ko.

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  10. kwentong walang kwenta

    scene: pari dinidinig ang kumpisal ng isang bagitong sakristan

    sakristan: padir, meron sana akong gustong ikumpisal sa inyo
    pari: ano iyon anak?

    sakristan: pinagsamantalahan po ako ng kasama mong pari sa kumbento
    pari: okey. pwede mo akong bigyan ng detalye?

    sakristan: una nya pong ginawa iyon sa tabi ng dagat
    pari:(galit) syokoy!

    sakristan: sumunod po sa taniman ng saging sa likod ng simbahan
    pari: unggoy!

    sakristan: sumunod po sa piggery
    pari: baboy!

    sakristan: at ang pinakahuli po, sa likod ng simbahan
    pari: hoy! teritoryo ko yon noh!

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  11. excommunication. and while pia was talking about it and the web page was being shown on tv, one of the guests quipped something like, “ang galing nya, si heckler. ang galing nya, sino siya?”
    and pia was quick to answer, “si loi, loi landicho.”
    jc delos reyes & ricky carandang were among the guests, i forgot the 2 others.
    haha!

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    1. sa nagsabing stupid tong blog na to ito lang masasabi ko…
      if this blog is stupid, and you read this blog then…..kayo na lang magdugtong ng logic. hehehe.
      galing mo talaga idol. i dont think that statement is blasphemous, it’s just a reminder not to include His name on matters not appropriate tulad nung nagmention sa taas. (peace). keep it up may dagadag na namn ako sa mga quotable quotes collection ko. hehehe. continue heckling the philippines and the world. in the service of the filipino hecklers worldwide. lol

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  12. PH! magaling! Dapat kasi both church and government should disseminate information. Ang problema kasi ang tagal tagal na ng simbahan pinaglalaban ang gusto nila na natural family planning hanggang ngayon walang nangyayari kasi sila mismo wala silang matinong programa. Ok sana mag refuse sila provided meron silang other option and matinong program. Hindi option ang sabihing “pre marital sex is a sin!” “abstinenence” let them preach but let the people decide kung ano gusto nila

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  13. Astig PH! Kahit ako against ako sa pakikialam ng simbahan sa mga pilitical isyu. At the first place, hindi naman sila nagbabayad ng tax. Di na ba tayo nahiya, 72nd lang tayo sa pinakamalaking state in terms of size pero ang population natin mas malaki pa sa Canada (na 2nd largest state in terms of size). Pass the RH bill now na!

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    1. me too. i’d rather stick mine in the bumpers (does that make me a ‘bumper sticker’ PH?). i was told that the church’s acceptable position on copulation is the missionary only. i wonder if they would dare threaten violators with excommunication. imagine the empty pews…the absence of celebrants.

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  14. REpost:
    teka nga pala, kawawa naman ang mga hindi Katoliko kung hindi mapu-push thru ang RH BILL dahil sa pag-oppose ng simbahang katoliko. Psst mga pare kong pari naman don’t be selfish. Hindi 100% ng populasyon ng Pilipinas ay Katoliko. Ang mga Katoliko nga hindi pumapanig sa inyo, sila pa kaya. Kung hindi nio kailangan ang proteksyon eh hayaan nio na makinabang ang mga ibang nangangailangan.

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  15. Ang dami nang nasabi. eto na lang ang ilalagay ko para may kontribusyon ako sa diskusyon.

    Repost from: http://projectkino.wordpress.com/2010/10/03/getting-high-and-the-10-bullsht-the-church-has-been-telling-the-people/

    “Marami talagang adik sa denial. Sana may ibang gamot dito bukod sa pagtanggap. Sana matapos na ang pakikialam ng simbahan sa kung paano dapat patakbuhin ang lipunan. Masyadong universalistic ang paniniwala ng simbahan at di marunong sumabay sa takbo ng panahon. Besides, ano bang karapatan ng simbahan na makisawsaw sa gobyerno e hindi nga sila nagbabayad ng tax? In an ideal world, kung may hahabulin ang BIR, simbahan ang dapat unahin nila.”

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  16. Kanya-kanyang pananaw lang. Lahat tayo nagnanais ng pag-unlad. At ako, pro-pag-unlad. Mayroon din akong pag-sang-ayon sa aral ng simbahan – – mga aral na labas sa himutok at obligasyon ng pamahalaan. At may pag-sang-ayon ako sa pananaw ng Pamahalaan lalo na kung ito ay para sa ikabubuti ng nakararaming Pilipino. Pana-panahon.

    SA mga bumabatikos nang personal kay PH…maghanap kaya kayo ng ibang blog site, yung swak sa taste niyo. PH’s life online is all about heckling. Bawat kontrobersyal na issue – – ay bida dito. Kaya sa pagkakataong nagbabasa kayo ng blog na ito, sa aspetong HECKLING lang muna ninyo i-confine ang isip niyo.

    And when you’re done, proceed with your real, real sentiments that ask no biases from other people.

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    1. Ayyyy! Sang ayon na sang ayon po ako sa inyo, Aling Leche Fran!

      Kaya nga daw po tinanggal si Kris sa Pilipinas Win na Win ay dahil hanggang ngayon eh matindi pa ang baha sa Pakistan.

      At kung di po kayang pagbayarin ni Pnoy ng buwis ang mga pari na yan….. di rin daw matutuloy ang airing mg bagong show ni Willie Revillame sa Chanel No 5.

      Kaya dapat po talaga i-approve na ni Mang Prisco Nilo yang RH Bill na yan, no? Para naman lumiko na agad ang bagyo at di na tumuloy sa simbahang katoliko!

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    1. at sila din yung nagpapa-ban sa movie na “The Priest” dhil sa tema na homosexual…sabi pa nga ng namayapang Max Sulliven ng Philstar na ang simbahan daw ang nagwawalis at tinago lang ang dumi sa ilalim ng rags..kaya dhil sa pakiki-alam ng simbahan sa movie..ayun ang haba ng pila sa “The Priest” sa SM Megamall Cinema 1..umabot pa yata ng mahigit isang buwan ang palabas na iyun, blockbuster ika nga..

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  17. This has got to be your most provocative and admittedly, most highly controversial post to date, PH!

    As a pinoy, I just can’t help but be proud of you for taking your stand on this issue, knowing well enough the possible repercussions (meron nga ba?)!

    Salamat PH, if not for your blog, di ko malalaman na marami na pala ang katulad ko na sukang suka na sa sistema ng simbahang katoliko sa Pilipinas!

    At isa pang salamat ulit sa blog mo………. nalaman ko rin na di lang pala ako ang nag-iisang descendant ni Sisa! Andami pala naming nagkalat…… at nagkakalat .. lalo na dito sa blog mo!

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHEHIHOHU!

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      1. Dapat magpasalamat tayo at di blocked itong blog ni PH dito sa saudi.

        Kung nagkataon eh mawawala ang isa sa aking mga pinaka-guilty pleasures!

        Teka Lola….. magkalinawan nga tayo. Ano pala ang stand ng Association of World War II Comfort Gays na iyong pinamumunuan tungkol sa abortion? magra-rally na naman po ba kayo?

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  18. noong panahon ni marcos 1973 FPOP( family planning office of the phil) gave out freely contraceptive pills, condoms,IUD insertions, performed vasectomies/tubal ligations even to farflung rural areas to control population explosion! wala man reklamo ang simbahan.. bakit ngayon ang gulo nila? takot ba cla ky marcos noon? ha ha ha. klangan na naman cguro natin ang isang diktador!!!

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  19. About a year ago, we exchanged emails about your comments against the Church. You said, “Rest assured, I’ll be a lot more sensitive next time.” Maybe you forgot that you resolved to do that for the silent majority of your readers.

    Why do many Filipinos oppose the RH Bill? There are many reasons, but one of them relates to the likelihood that abortions will also rise if the government allocates its health budget for contraception.

    This view on the link between contraception and abortion was CONFIRMED in a WHO-funded 2003 study which was done (ironically) by the pro-choice research institute of Planned Parenthood. The study concluded that rising contraceptive use results in more abortions. This happens precisely in countries like ours where the “fertility rate” (number of births per woman) is declining.

    So the anti-RH Bill view is not just based on religion. It doesn’t even have to be, if only we can accept that it’s a fallacy to say that more contraceptives will decrease the incidence of abortion.

    http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/journals/2900603.pdf

    And Atty. Heckler, I am trying to be sensitive to your views too.

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  20. Jesus and I have something in common.
    We were not born Catholic.

    nyahaha kulit nito, tama naman eh, wala naman masamang ibig sabihin, pagkapanganak natin di naman tayo automatic na Catholic ^_^
    Question lang po sa mga gustong sumagot, di ba kayang maipasa ung RH bill hangga’t di pumapayag ang Catholic Church? Mukhang ok naman eh, saka ung mga pari naman di naman masyadong maaapektuhan kasi wala naman silang asawa at anak na iintindihin (karamihan sa kanila… na hindi homosexual… at hindi rin pedophiliac) ^_^

    sana maging open-minded po tayo, nagbabago rin ang panahon, kaya nga dumami ang tao dahil sa kakayanan natin na mag-adapt sa environment natin, ngayong medyo dumarami na population natin at hindi rin naman lumalawak ang Pilipinas para mapatayuan ng bahay ng mga Filipino sa hinaharap, dapat mabalanse natin kung ano ung mabuti at masamang epekto ng rh bill, kung may alam ang simbahang katolika na mas epektibo at di nalabag sa itinuturo nila eh di i-share nila, isipin din natin ung mga magiging apo natin, ok lang na magpayo o mag voice out ng opinion wag lang ung parang mananakot o mamumuwersa o kaya magpapakalat ng maling impormasyon saka dapat respeto pa rin sa ibang tao, ok lang na tumuligsa wag lang sa gitna ng pagsamba ng ibang tao, foul na mga yan.

    napaisip tuloy ako, kung di tayo born catholic, at wala tayong religion o sinasamba nung pinanganak tayo, born atheist ba tayong lahat? nyahahaha ^_^

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  21. pero bakit ba kasi kayo natatakot sa population explosion,

    si God na lang ang bahala doon, from the beginning, alam na

    Nya ang solusyon, kung may ipinanganak, may namamatay,

    as simple as that….

    @etchosera at paul, pansinin nyo naman ang napakasimpleng

    post ko, magreact naman kayo, kung hindi, isa lang meaning

    doon, hindi kayo nagrereact hahaha

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  22. At sa mga nagsasabing…basahin ang RH bill [muna] para maintindihan ang himutok o pag-object ng Karaparian…

    Well, saglit lang.
    Una, you have no right to object/oppose/agree/sympathize if you have no significant idea about the subject.

    Pangalawa, when you’re reading, lots of body parts are functioning (and should function, and correctly): eyes, hands, tongue (less at first and wait until you’re done reading) heart and [to top them all] brain.

    Pangatlo, opinion must be separated from fair judgment in terms of structure and approach. Opinion comes from different minds. Fair judgment accounts to the norms of every society. And both, shall be respected.

    Panghuli. Poverty speaks out loud.

    Konklusyon:
    Family planning is not equivalent to abortion. Poverty does not sound like Church but Life. And Life means what: good shelter, food, clothes to wear, dignity, humility (not humiliation), job, funds (to support your daily needs), education and progress. And Life is what Filipinos need!

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  23. panalo ang post! 🙂

    pero nakakaaliw din magbasa ng comments! haha

    mahabang debate pa ang issue na ito.

    siguro pagdating ng panahon bawat pandesal sa umaga may free ng condom.
    o kaya kapag walang barya di na kendi ang sukli, condom na din.. :))

    kung anuman ang kalabasan nito okay lang sa akin.. karaniwan na sa pinoy ang takot sa pagbabago kaya may tumututol..

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  24. On Reproductive Health… In 1974, then U.S. Agriculture Secretary Earl L. Butz quipped at Pope Paul VI’s position on population control (in mock Italian accent): “”He no playa the game, he no maka the rules.”

    “DON’T MAKE THE RULES, IF YOU DON’T PLAY THE GAME!”

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  25. I just hope Congress would pass the bill para matapos na ito.

    Di ka naman siguro ikukulong kung di mo sinunod ang RH Bill right? In a nutshell it just provides a BETTER avenue for citizens to choose whatever they prefer in terms of their PERSONAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH.

    PRO-CHOICE…if you want what is stipulated in the RH Bill..then go for it. If you believe what the Catholic church says is good, then go for it. At the end of the day everyone wants to have a choice and for us (I really believe this) the MAJORITY of Filipinos(regardless of religion) want the RH Bill and whatever is stated there to be part of our CHOICE.

    The Catholic Church should stop the hypocricy…”studies show that increased use of contraceptives is proportional to a higher incidents of abortion (or something to that effect)” BULLCRAP!

    Sobrang tama yung mga sinabi dito..ano naman alam ng Simbahang Katoliko sa Reproductive Health if they don’t even ENGAGE in it?? (Unless you are a child molester or pinapatungan nya every now and then yung isang helper na babae sa kumbento).

    Let the Government do its job, wag na maki alam ang Simbahang Katoliko..do your duty and guide your flock to the best of your abilities but NEVER deprive them of their RIGHT to choose what they think is best for their personal welfare and NOT FOR YOUR OWN SELFISH INTERESTS!

    wait for it………………..

    wait for it…………………………

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  26. BRIC THESIS.

    “AS CHINA’S population ages and the wages slowly rise, the government is becoming more concerned about who will take care of the elderly than about a destabilizing surge of young people unable to find jobs . . . . Experts worry that Beijing is unprepared for the sheer speed at which China will age. The United Nations predicts China’s working-age population will peak in 2015 and plunge by 23 percent by 2050.”

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  27. BRIC Thesis: Brazil Russia India China. By 2050 the combined economies of the BRICs could eclipse the combined economies of the current richest countries of the world. What do they have in common? Population! Newly advanced economic development leveraging their manpower. Instead of leveraging our numbers, the government wants to curb it. Uh huh… … …

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