iL-FATED

WE’RE HAVING our Christmas party tonight. We don’t want people to know that we’re partying amid the existing state of national calamity… so we decided to scratch Valerie Concepcion’s name off the list of invited performers.

Four Days Later…
Four days after tropical storm ‘Sendong’ battered Northern Mindanao, President Aquino visited the region. He was shocked by the scale of devastation, and was even more shocked to see a sign that read: “Vice President Binay was here.”

Vice President Jejomar Binay visited typhoon-ravaged areas in Cagayan De Oro Sunday. This guy’s not just one step ahead of the President. He’s ahead by ahhm, 2016.

Canceled
President Aquino has decided to cancel the annual Cabinet Christmas party. That means, no exchange gifts between Cabinet officials. Members of Balay and Samar will continue to “exchange contempt” though.

Kim Jong-Dead
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il reportedly died of heart attack. What a shock! He had a heart?!? Really?!?

Kim Jong-il is dead. In loving memory of their Supreme Leader, North Koreans will starve one family member each to death.

News of Kim Jong-il’s death spread like wildfire on Twitter… to which North Koreans said, “What’s Twitter?”

According to state-run television, Kim Jong-il died of a massive heart attack caused by overwork and stress. You’re safe President Aquino.

Kim Jong-il was in power for 17 years… or as Jejomar Binay would say, “briefly.”

Moammar Kaddafy is dead. Kim Jong il is dead. The world had lost two fashion icons this year.
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“A leader is a dealer in hope.”
~ Napoleon Bonaparte

Enjoy the rest of the week!

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41 thoughts on “iL-FATED”

  1. The supposedly leader of our country is clueless what he stands for,specially during this very trying times.At best he can be a symbol of hope when all else is down and out. Four days…Its not nitpicking…Compare him with other world leaders when their countries experienced catastrophies ( Japan, Chile,Thailand, etc)Their presence in media, not necessarily at the site of tragedies, fostered hope among their citizens; they displayed a sense of urgency and resolve…Ours? Very good in rationalizing,in rhetorics and fostering hatred and suspicions…sounds familiar?Adolf is that you? Add to his apologists the three sirens (sisters) who promptly appeared in a morning show….

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    1. Why you people always blame the President. Who is the person responsible in every province? The Governor, right… tsk tsk you guys should or must know your chain of command. The governor is the person that overlook and has ALL the responsibility to make sure that his province is well informed and supposedly the LEADER. These LEADERS are also getting paid by the people and must take that responsibility before you target the President…. I hope that clears your understanding about the chain of command…

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  2. Irony

    Those politicians involved in and making vast sums of money from illegal logging giving a paltry donation to a disaster they either helped create, or did nothing to stop.

    This was not just an act of god, it was the inaction of congress.

    Rest in peace – those who perished

    Sleep in shame – those who closed their eyes to what people predicted

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  3. Four Days Later…
    Four days after tropical storm ‘Sendong’ battered Northern Mindanao, Presidential sister Kris Aquino visited the region. She was shocked that relief goods will be distributed without her in front of the camera.

    Repost from Pia Montalban: “A friend of mine who’s volunteering at ABS-CBN right now texted me. She said they were already at Consolacion to distribute the relief goods to the people, the people were already lining up, when suddenly they rerouted and went back toBalulang. The reason? Kris Aquino is there and they have to fetch her and go back to Consolacion so that she can also help.
    Imagine the faces of the people already waiting for the releif goods; All hungry and thirsty and still covered in mud and they all needed fresh clothes to change into…They were shocked to see the ABS-CBN trucks leaving. All they can do is watch and wait for them to come back again. That’s what my friend witnessed just a while ago.”

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    1. uhm, how is spreading information like this helping those who suffered and are suffering in cdo?

      maybe we can wait until the calamity victims have been helped and assisted – that uses up enough energy as it is. then when things have settled down, we can start the free-for-all on the shenanigans of the public figures. i’m sure everyone has a horror story.

      just a suggestion.

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  4. Message from P(arty)-Noy.

    ‘ Following Sunday’s tragedy, i have reviewed events and will take strong action.

    I never want such a disaster to happen again.

    In future all guests to Presidential parties must sign a confidentiality agreement and the official secrets act.

    Now you see why i dont like FoI bill. people are not responsible enough to handle the truth’

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  5. mister heckler. pwede out of topic na naman, kasi ang
    post ko doon sa previous topic hindi nag register or ano
    ba, hindi nag appear kaya uulitin ko lang dito,,,

    ovalboy, dahil sabi mo hindi ko naintindihan ang hindi ko
    alam kung ano ang hindi ko naintindihan, matanong na
    lang kita, bakit ka napunta sa, impartiality of the judiciary
    sa topic about mrs. corona’s 5 positions…

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  6. Its sad and sickening to think that the taxes of the 1000 who died were most probably just enough to pay for the food, wine and starlets at the presidents party.

    My god, ochoa drinks 100 tax payers donations in a week on his own.

    Pity no one asked about the cost of these continual parties.
    Ah – no FoI. State secret.

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  7. @anonymous/anonymous
    That sounds like the perennial get out of jail card – ‘move on’

    Personally i think it is not only natural but a good thing for people to be indignant and have an outlet for their expression in whatever way they seem right. It is most probably these same people who also helped the best way they could through donations or fund raising events.

    I would be more worried about those who show little genuine emotion and want to move on – to an internal review! – note, not an independent one.

    Sorry, heavy/serious but maybe those who died need to be remembered with dignity, and not so quickly forgotten by moving on with indecent haste.
    Just a thought.

    and the buck stops with the president in the chain of command – anon1 –
    just so you are clear about accountability, or has manila/malacanan declared independence

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