Friday, April 28, 2017

VIRAL : Police Supt. Maria Cristina Nobleza, mabubulok sa kulungan , Sigaw ng bayan "Patayin agad "



VIRAL : Police Supt. Maria Cristina Nobleza, mabubulok sa kulungan , Sigaw ng bayan "Patayin agad "


Matapos mabuking ang umano’y pakikipagsabwatan ni P/Supt. Maria Cristina Nobleza sa Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG), tiniyak ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte na hindi niya ito bibigyan ng pagkakataong makalaya.

Sinabi ni Pangulong Duterte na ang kasalanan nito ay “continuing crime” at komplikado kung kaya't hindi niya papayagang ma-release si Nobleza mula sa pagkakapiit sa Philippine National Police (PNP) Custodial Center.

Ipinaubaya na ni Pangulong Duterte kay kay PNP Chief Ronald dela Rosa ang usapin dahil hindi nito maidetalye ang bigat ng kasalanan ni Nobleza.

Tiniyak din ng pangulo na isasapubliko ng PNP Chief ang pagharap sa kaso ni Nobleza.

Si Nobleza at ang kanyang karelasyong bandido ay naharang ng mga otoridad sa Bohol matapos tangkain umanong iligtas ang mga miyembro ng ASG na naipit sa bakbakan ng mga tropa ng pamahalaan.

Sinabi rin ni Pangulong Duterte na matagal na nilang alam ang plano ng ASG na pumasok sa Bohol subalit ang timing ay hindi nila inaasahang gagawin bago mag-Holy Week.

Nasagap na diumano ng intelligence team ang pagbyahe ng mga bandido kaya bago pa man makapaghasik ng karahasan sa lalawigan ay naharang na sila ng mga sundalo.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Breaking News: Leader ng mga armadong Abu Sayaf na si Abu Rami kompirmadong napatay ng mga AFP sa sagupaan sa Inabanga,Bohol.

Breaking News: Leader ng mga armadong Abu Sayaf na si Abu Rami kompirmadong napatay ng mga AFP sa sagupaan sa Inabanga,Bohol.

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Monday, April 3, 2017

BABAE SINUBUKAN UMANONG SUHULAN NG KAMPO NI SEN. TRILLANES UPANG IDIIN SI PRESIDENTE DUTERTE SA ILLEGAL DRUGS



Lumutang ngayong ang isang babae na sinubukan umanong suhulan ni Atty. Jude Sabio, Fr. Albert Alejo at isang staff ni Sen. Antonio Trillanes na kinilala lang sa pangalang "Jonel" upang maging witness at idiin si Presidente Rodrigo Duterte sa isyu ng iligal na droga.

Lumantad sa Brigada News FM Davao ang nasabing babae dala ang mga ebidensyang magpapatunay umano sa kanyang mga alegasyon.

*ABANGAN ANG KARAGDAGANG MGA DETALYE AT INTERBYU SA 91.5 BRIGADA NEWS FM-DAVAO.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

LOOK: BONGBONG MARCOS MALAKAS ANG EBIDENSYA:"SA AYAW AT SA GUSTO MO LENI, PAPALITAN NA KITA"





BONGBONG MARCOS MALAKAS ANG EBIDENSYA:"SA AYAW AT SA GUSTO MO LENI, PAPALITAN NA KITA" WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW.

Robredo urged to 'stop shaming' Duterte



(UPDATED) Supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte hold a rally, saying Vice President Leni Robredo should 'change' her criticism of the Duterte administration or be ousted


MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – "Stop shaming the President."

This was the main message of President Rodrigo Duterte's supporters who gathered at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila on Sunday, April 2, calling for the ouster of Vice President Leni Robredo.

Dubbed "Palit Bise" (Change the Vice President), the rally came amid the impeachment threat against Robredo, who has been vocal in opposing Duterte's bloody war on drugs. (READ: Alvarez calls Robredo 'shameless' for criticizing drug war)

The rally was organized by several Duterte supporters, including singer and Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation official Jimmy Bondoc, blogger Mocha Uson, actress Vivian Velez, and lawyer Bruce Rivera.

According to Bondoc, the event is their way of expressing how they want "change" to come to the Office of the Vice President – be it through impeachment, resignation, or Robredo ceasing to criticize the Duterte administration. (READ: 'Robredo peddling lies,' says Impeach VP Leni Team)

"There are multiple interpretations – may iba gusto siya i-impeach, may iba gusto siya mag-resign, may iba gusto siya mag-change. Kung ano pa man paniniwala 'nyo doon, may isang common thread iyon, and the common thread is, 'Hey, please do your job better or please be a better VP,'" said Bondoc.

(There are multiple interpretations – there are those who want her impeached, there are those who want her to resign, there are those who want her to change. Whatever their belief is, there is a common thread, and the common thread is, "Hey, please do your job better or please be a better VP.")

Members of the "Impeach VP Leni Team" insist Robredo should be removed from office.

"Ang [mga] gagawin niya (Duterte) sa loob ng limang taon, 'di naman iyan ora mismo, kaya iyong mga humaharang kailangan na sigurong tanggalin... ngawa ka nang ngawa, wala kang maitutulong, tatanggalin ka namin," said lawyer Tom Berenguer, who is among those set to file an impeachment complaint against Robredo when Congress resumes session.

(The things he has to do in the next 5 years, those cannot be done quickly, so the people blocking his plans need to be removed... You keep on complaining and that's not helping, so we will have you ousted.)

Duterte refuses to comment on 'Palit Bise' rally



MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte refused to comment on the "Palit Bise" rally against Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday, April 2, saying he does not want to waste his time on politics.

Asked for his message to those joining the rally, Duterte responded, "Ano 'yan? Hindi ko kasi naintindihan kung ano 'yan. Laban sa akin?" (What is that? I don't understand what that's about. Is that against me?)

When told that it is against Robredo, he said, "Ayaw ko mag-comment diyan. Mahirap 'yan." (I don't want to comment on that. That's tough.)

Duterte was holding a press conference at Camp Evangelista in Cagayan de Oro City. At the same time, Duterte supporters at the "Palit Bise" rally were calling for Robredo's ouster for "shaming" the President.

Earlier in the press conference, Duterte was first asked whether he supports the "Palit Bise" rally at the Quirino Grandstand.

"Look," Duterte said. "I am not a politician anymore. I'm beyond that."

The President continued: "In the first place, why should I waste my time about politics? I am no longer eligible for any public office after this. Second is that I do not hunger for popularity anymore. I do not need it, I do not really need it."

He also referred to speculations that he will be impeached or ousted through a coup d'état. He said everything is in his "destiny."

Duterte earlier rejected the attempt to impeach the Vice President. "Guys, lay off. Stop it," the President said.

Impeach the bitch!



Maria Leonor "Leni" Gerona Robredo, the Vice President of the Philippines, has committed acts inimical to the public interest, acts that are considered culpable violation of constitution and betrayal of public trust.

She has constantly opposed the President, Rodrigo Roa Duterte, in the latter's campaign against illegal drugs, corruption, and criminality because she has relatives and friends who are involved in the illegal drugs trade. She is also in cahoots with the Liberal Party, Loida Nicolas-Lewis, CBCP, etc., in her attempts to seize power from the duly-elected President.
She has also sabotaged the country's economic system by spreading false, misleading, unverified information (the "palit-ulo" scheme) in her video message to be shown at the annual UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs in Vienna, Austria.

We don't need a Vice-President who constantly opposes and betrays the President. She must either step down from her position or be impeached through legal means.

4 Years after Yolanda, Leyte LP Ex-Solon Buys P115M Mansion in Ayala-Alabang

A prominent member of Liberal Party (LP) and former Congressman in Leyte reportedly purchased a 115 million-peso mansion in Ayala-Alabang, the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) said on Friday.

VACC said the former labor leader started his political career as party list representative, and joined Liberal Party after his party (Waray Waray) lost during the 2010 elections. The former congressman served from 2010 to 2013 under LP banner but lost during re-election.

VACC spokesperson Atty. Arturo Braganza refused to name the former solon and said they are still collecting more evidence of corruption and will file a case in due time.

The group believes that the fund used in buying the ex-solon’s new house was part of lost Yolanda funds, as the ex-congressman has no means to buy such expensive house.

Braganza said, the ex-congressman played a big part in receiving and distribution of funds and relief goods during the course of Yolanda typhoon. The lawyer also noted that former Interior Secretary mar Roxas assigned the ex-congressman to handle most of the relief goods and funds in Southern Leyte.

OXFAM and the World health Organization recently reported that more than 60% of funds donated to typhoon Haiyan victims were lost and wasted.

The government of Pres. Duterte is trying its best to recover those lost funds in order to help Yolanda victims who are still suffering more than six years after the tragedy. by Lino Austria

SHOCKING! Donation Box Full of Money Found at Former House of Ex-DSWD Sec. Dinky Soliman

The new owner of the house of former Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Secretary Dinky Soliman turned over a box full of money to the Quezon City DSWD Office on Monday.

The box made of glass is believed to be a donation box from Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) outside the country as it contains different bills.
Arturo Vanguardia, the new owner of the house said his family purchased the house from a real estate agent last month. Vanguardia said the Tandang Sora, Quezon City house was owned by former DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman, but the latter decided to sell the house after she stepped down from her government post last June.
Vanguardia said his house helper found the box together with rotten clothes and other things that believed to be relief goods inside the garage.
The box contains different bills and coins mostly from Arab countries, with some US dollar, Philippine peso, and Hong Kong dollar bills.
Earlier, an alleged personal driver of Soliman was reportedly selling relief goods in DSWD plastic bags in Balete, Batangas. The case is now under the National Bureau of Investigation.

Tons of relief goods intended for typhoos Yolanda and Glenda were reportedly left rotten in different DSWD warehouse during the time of Soliman and the Aquino administration.
by Nikki Maliksi

[Source du30newsinfo]