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Duterte Clearly Won but not Proud to be a Product of a Fraudulent Election

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
No one could contest the victory of Presumptive President Rodrigo Duterte. In fact, all of his presidential rivals already conceded to him in less than a week’s time. However, a reliable source called in today to inform that Mr. President is unhappy to be a product of a digitally maneuvered fraudulent election.

He was allegedly informed today by Pastor Boy Saycon that a previously pro-Mar politician who is now under his umbrella confessed in the manipulation of votes using Smartmatic in a meeting held few hours ago. The vote smuggling did not affect him considering his overwhelming lead against the Liberal bets – but eventually, at least 3 million votes were taken out from him.

However, it is a different story as far as Bongbong Marcos is concerned. The informer reiterated that the ultimate goal for the cheating is to block Marcos from becoming President in the near future particularly in 2022. If that is the case, manipulators made a huge mistake because sympathy to Marcos are now outpouring via social media and social groups physically!

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Pro and Anti Binay Debate on Facebook Led to Money and Poverty

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Read through this pro and anti Binay debate and see interesting views about money and poverty:

Frank Galarrita: Binay is not good as a President, malabo

Frank Galarrita: But what are 256, are these good for the present?

Frank Galarrita: Elena, you have your bill of rights, nasa iyo iyan but remember that you have a country

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: That’s why i’m pro Binay for the poor.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Who will now take care of the 256 provinces neglected by Pnoy? Frank Galarrita

Frank Galarrita: Ngayon Elena, sa constitution ba ay meron na POOR?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Show me what you’ve done to help the poor and maybe you get some respect.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: What a question. Be real Frank Galarrita

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: People are dying of poverty everyday.

Frank Galarrita: Elena, there is nothing there that the people must be poor, show me

Frank Galarrita: In the statement of our constitution, it always say the people and nothing more adjective either a poor or rich

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: The Binays took good care of people. Kaya kahit gaano nyong siraan, Binay pa rin kami.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Priority ni Binay education, healthcare and livelihood next foreign relations, national security and ancestral domains.

Frank Galarrita: Matutupad kaya sa isang mentality na corrupt Elena?

Frank Galarrita: Ang corrupt sa palagay mo Elena ay concern sa economy?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Well ganyan din sa 2010 pero sya pa rin naging vp Frank Galarrita

Frank Galarrita: Naging VP si Binay yes, pero gawa ng pera, very unfair really

Frank Galarrita: Binay is a lawyer pero he is stepping the line, is that a good leader?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Corruption is in the system. SOP or nakaw? Pag walang SOP, wala kang projects meaning wala kang nagawa Frank Galarrita:

Frank Galarrita: Ang kay Binay ay puro project lamang at in future tense, ngayon ang tanong, magagawa kaya iyan sa isang kurakot?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Binay just followed rights and laws pero pinamukha sa propaganda na sya ang di sumunod.

Frank Galarrita: Hindi kasi ang judiciary na ang may sabi, a branch of the government

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Bakit maayos ang lagay ng mga mamamayan nya kung kurakot si Binay? Common sense.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: A branch of govt influenced by a Liberal president

Frank Galarrita: Remember that there are only three branches of the government, the legislative, the judiciary and the executive. Ang judiciary ay di na kailangan for election kasi di sila selected officials.

Frank Galarrita: You are accusing only the judiciary na pede sila hawakan ng ibang branch, you are wrong with that, nonsense
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Frank Galarrita: Elena, you have no understanding of what is a government, palpak

Frank Galarrita: You have to understanding na may inter independent at may power ang bawat branch, they can not be intimidated

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Supreme court is co equal with executive ofc so they should have followed SC unless we go on chacha for parliamentary or federalism

Frank Galarrita: You are totally wrong and under the mercy of chismiz, nonsense

Frank Galarrita: Mongering is a crime, you know that· 1

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Just practicing human rights under democratic laws

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Innocense is not an excuse frank the sheep

Frank Galarrita: Human rights has nothing in the constitution

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Tell that to the UN

Frank Galarrita: Philippines is not democratic form of governance but a Republic

Frank Galarrita: Republic means all about laws

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Are we still having democracy or dancing chacha now?

Frank Galarrita: While Democracy means mob rules

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Frank study more and apply it

Frank Galarrita: As I have to explain again that the Philippines is not a democratic form of governance but a Republic

Elena Grace Giangan: Flores Don’t twist words

Frank Galarrita: Twist because you dont understand of what is a Philippines

Frank Galarrita: Philippines is your country the only one

Elena Grace Giangan Flores Republic follows democratic system

Frank Galarrita: Nope, read well the form of governance

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Of course which farm are you from sheep?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Seems like you dont know laws of the land

Frank Galarrita: Think about what Benjamin Franklin explained to the public of what is a Republic

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Better yet hoow we live

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Cant you see plight of the poor?

Frank Galarrita: The Philippines patterned their governance in similarity to the United States of America, the best country on earth

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Now going to Benjamin

Frank Galarrita: So do you think Binay is representing the Republic?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: How about Magsaysay for the poor?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Binay follows the law of the land as a lawyer

Frank Galarrita: Forget about Magsaysay, he was already dead long time

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He represents the masses

Frank Galarrita: You must think about the present and future Elena, we are not dead, are you?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Stay with the masses

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Will die for the masses

Frank Galarrita: Elena is just confused of what is a country

Frank Galarrita: Yeah but Magsaysay was long time dead

Frank Galarrita: We are for the present and future tense Elena

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Follow Magsaysay’s virtue and you will be loved

Frank Galarrita: Elena, so you think that your breath is a past or present?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Live in the present first Frank Galarrita

Frank Galarrita: Can we exhale in past tense Elena?

Frank Galarrita: So what is yours, past, present or future tense?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Forget the past or you will miss the future Frank Galarrita

Frank Galarrita: Do we have to survive in past tense?

Frank Galarrita: Well, past tense of Binay was all corruptions.correct?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Nope

Frank Galarrita: Forget the past, you mean a Republic has no past tense?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He wont be popular if he was

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He’s the most trusted

Frank Galarrita: So you think that the country has no past, therefore has no plans for advancement?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He’s a threat to Liberal

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He will fight for our rights

Frank Galarrita: So the liberal has no past tense?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Only Binay knows how to improve Phils for the better

Frank Galarrita: so where do you exist Elena? no tense at all?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Present

Frank Galarrita: Elena, how can Binay improve the Philippines without tense?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Who cares about the past? When it’s gone

Frank Galarrita: Yeah, the present but can a present be done without the Past?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Look at the life in Makati and 256 sister provinces

Frank Galarrita: How do you do a blue print Elena?

Frank Galarrita: So those were past in 256?

Frank Galarrita: and the future also?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Do you know that Makati supported more than 256 LGUs – The city government of Makati has been establishing ties with local governments from the time that Vice President Binay was the Mayor to foster sharing of best practices and economic and social assistance with each other.

Makati offers assistance that would enhance the literacy rate of students from sister LGUs, such as computer units and books. Mayor Binay has announced that qualified students from sister LGUs will be given scholarship at the Makati Science High School upon the completion of its new building. He said that qualified students will also be given a stipend and accommodation inside the school campus.

“Constituents of our sister LGUs can also avail of medical services offered by Ospital ng Makati,” before until Pena took over against the people’s will!

Sister LGUs of Makati are: Cordillera Autonomous Region – Bucay, Bangued, Bucloc, Manabo, Pilar, Sallapadan, Tineg, San Isidro and Villaviciosa of Abra; Flora and Pudtol of Apayao; Atok, Baguio City, Bakun, Itogon, Kabayan, Kapangan, La Trinidad and Mankayan of Benguet; Banaue and Hungduan of Ifugao; Tabuk of Kalinga; and Bauko and Tadian of Mountain Province.

From Region I – Sta. Cruz and Sta. Lucia of Ilocos Sur; Laoag City and Solsona of Ilocos Norte; Agoo, Bauang, Burgos, Naguilian and Sudipen of La Union; and Alaminos City, Asingan, Burgos, Labrador, Mangaldan, Natividad, Rosales, San Carlos City, San Fabian, Sto. Tomas, Tayug and Villasis of Pangasinan.

Region II – Baggao, Enrile, Gonzaga, Iguig, Lasam, Peñablanca and Tuguegarao City of Cagayan; Cauayan City, Palanan, San Guillermo and San Pablo of Isabela; and Solano of Nueva Vizcaya.

Region III – Dilasag and Maria Aurora of Aurora; Samal of Bataan; Gen. M. Natividad, Licab, Nampicuan, Sto. Domingo and Talugtug of Nueva Ecija; Masantol, Minalin and Sto. Tomas of Pampanga; Capas, Gerona, Anao and Victoria of Tarlac; and Cabangan, Masinloc, Palauig and San Felipe of Zambales.

Region IV-A – Lobo, Mabini, Malvar and San Juan of Batangas; Gen. Trias, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, Rosario and Trece Martires of Cavite; Famy, Luisiana, Lumban, Pakil, San Pedro, Pila, Paete, Victoria and Magdalena of Laguna; Alabat, Atimonan, Buenavista, Calauag, General Luna, General Nakar, Infanta, Panukulan, Pitogo, Quezon, Mauban, San Narciso and Tayabas of Quezon; and Cardona, Taytay and San Mateo of Rizal.

Region IV-B – Sta. Cruz and Torrijos of Marinduque; Aborlan, Quezon and Roxas of Palawan; and Alcantara, Bonton, Concepcion, Corcuera, Looc, Magdiwang, San Andres and San Fernando of Romblon.

Region V – Jovellar, Libon and Sto. Domingo of Albay; Basud, Talisay, Jose Panganiban, San Lorenzo Ruiz, San Vicente, Sta. Elena of Camarines Norte; Balatan, Bula, Cabusao, Calabanga, Canaman, Caramoan, Del Gallego, Gainza, Goa, Libmanan, Nabua, Pili, Siruma and Tigaon of Camarines Sur; Bato and Pandan of Catanduanes; Aroroy, Dimasalang, Milagros and San Pascual of Masbate; and Gubat and Sorsogon City of Sorsogon.

Region VI – Makato, Malay and Nabas of Aklan; Bugasong, Libertad, Pandan, San Jose de Buenavista, Sebaste and Tibiao of Antique; Cuartero, Dao and Dumarao of Capiz; Ajuy, Carles, Dumangas, Estancia, Guimbal, Iloilo City, Janiuay, New Lucena, Pavia, Pototan, San Miguel, Tigbauan and Tubungan of Iloilo; and Himamaylan, Murcia and Silay City of Negros Occidental.

Region VII – Batuan, Carmen, Cortes, Danao, Duero, Getafe, Jagna, Loay, Pilar, Sagbayan, Tagbilaran City and Ubay of Bohol; and Bantayan, Carmen, Compostela, Dalaguete, Liloan, Poro and San Fernando of Cebu.

Region VIII – Almeria, Biliran Province, Caibiran and Kawayan of Biliran; Guiuan, Hernani and Llorente of Eastern Samar; Alang-alang, Barugo, Burauen, Calubian, Dulag, Hindang, Julita, MacArthur, Mayorga, Palompon, Pastrana, Tabontabon, Tanauan and Tolosa of Leyte; Zumarraga of Samar; and Pintuyan and Saint Bernard of Southern Leyte.

CARAGA – Buenavista of Agusan del Norte; San Francisco of Agusan del Sur; Sison and Pilar of Surigao del Norte; and Cantilan, Lianga, Cagwait and Tandag of Surigao del Sur. Region IX – Katipunan and Siayan of Zamboanga del Norte; Dumalinao of Zamboanga del Sur; and Tungawan of Zamboanga Sibugay.

Region X – Baungon, Kadingilan, Kalilangan and Valencia City of Bukidnon; Baroy of Lanao del Norte; Ditsa-an Ramain and Marawi City of Lanao del Sur; Calamba and Oroquieta City of Misamis Occidental; and Balingoan and Initao of Misamis Oriental.

Region XI – Compostela of Compostela Province; Digos City of Davao del Sur; and Mati City of Davao Oriental. Region XII – Maitum and Glan of Sarangani; Lebak and Kalamansig of Sultan Kudarat; and Tantangan of South Cotabato.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Until Junjun was replaced by the Liberal Pena

Frank Galarrita: Whoops, copy and paste

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Sure not invented

Frank Galarrita: and how about the motive of Pena who is not happy with the 256?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Blue print? ask an architect

Frank Galarrita: I mean blue print is always a past

Frank Galarrita: there is no good present without the past

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Ask Pena then – Makati residents hated him

Frank Galarrita: as blue print is always a past

Frank Galarrita: Well, if he is hated, how many of them?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Go back to school if you want to learn past and present tense

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Most of us here in Makati except Mercado’s men

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He is giving Mercado a new job

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He fired all the contract workers and replaced with his own

Frank Galarrita: How about the past Mayor Yabut, why he was kicked out that was unconstituional

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He stopped supporting and contracts with LUG sister provinces when there’s a valid contract as per the country’s mandate

Frank Galarrita: Ano pala ang kasalanan ni Yabut noon?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores Ob are you a relative of Yabut Frank?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: That’s why you hated BInay?
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Frank Galarrita No but I followed the story

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: I only look at the present situation – no time to go back to Yabut. What happened to him? Not elected by the people?

Frank Galarrita: Your statement must be why the Ombudsman has to sue Binay

Frank Galarrita: Why Elena, the ombudsman?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: What?

Frank Galarrita: Yabut was officially elected but taken over by Binay for no reason at all.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: What about the ombudsman?

Frank Galarrita: Why the ombudsman, why they have to investigate?

Elena Grace Giangan: Flores Ask Pnoy

Frank Galarrita: do you understand of what is ombudsman Elena?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: A little but you can explain to others if you wish

Frank Galarrita: so what is your understanding about ombudsman Elena?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: I only know that Conchita is bias

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: She thinks she’s popular in social media

Frank Galarrita: Don’t you know Elena, that the Sandigan bayan was created during the Marcos era? Very ironic right?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: What about it?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Marcos made the Philippines rich

Frank Galarrita: Ombudsman Elena is a prosecutor in preparation for a case.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: We were exporting rice during his time

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Ninoy destroyed his reputation through media propaganda

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Do you know that Ninoy and Marcos were frat brod?

Frank Galarrita: Ironically, Marcos was the one who created the anti government corruption, laughable indeed

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: And when Ninoy was in the US with no money, it was Marcos sending him money

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Ninoy not only suffering from a heart bypass but also troubled marriage with Cory

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: The rumor was, it was Cory’s relation who masterminded the assasination of Ninoy.

Elena Grace Giangan Flore: That is why most Cojuangco’s are against Pnoy

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Peping supported Binay.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Maybe

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Pnoy only do his interests

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He is only using media propaganda same as his father to destroy Binay.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: What else can you charge a good man in politics?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Only corruption because the system of our government allows that

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Overpricing Debate: SOP o Nakaw?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: I am not against people accusing others that’s for sure – I look at who can help the poor better

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Been doing charity for a long time. I understand why there are lots of poor people

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Poverty is a mentality that’s why I like Binay’s educational system

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He does not want the poor to be mangmang forever

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Binay also is on healthcare because the driver of our economy is our health

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Healthy people can have a healthy government.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Binay also implemented livelihood programs through cooperatives and small businesses

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: When these 3 basic needs are answered, health, education and livelihood, we are ready to defend our country to the fullest of our ability

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Today’s technology does not require us to have lots of money to be equipped with arms

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Must condition the minds of the people and military first

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: When military people are confident that their family will be taken cared of, the braver they become

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Yes but for those who knew Binay, money was never an issue. Every time he created a project, he will find supporters or financers first

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: He has the diskarte. Do you think that all the money they are talking about are from taxes?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: We already ran out of tax money to DAP and PDAF

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Binay’s support system from the private sector is great – he attracted investors and they are willing to fund projects because it will make the place in order and productive.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Panong di na get frank? Ikaw naman tong nagtatago?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: I appreciate you givingme the chance to explain Binay’s side

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: I am not a lawyer but learned a lot during my stint as investigative international journalist in the past

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Whatever I say are facts. I am noted for that.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: That’s why retirement comes easy at a young age. No need to work my ass off

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: I wanted to impart my knowledge to my countrymen how I got out of poverty

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: And I saw the system of Binay how he brought out his people from poverty

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: No one can intimidate a Filipino if he lives in a country he can be proud of

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Stop Poverty. Vote only for Binay.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: I am a true voter District 1 of Makati – how about you Frank Galarrita?

Frank Galarrita: The understanding of their rights only, healthy enough

Frank Galarrita: Yeah, what are those goodies if deluted with corruptions?

Frank Galarrita: So you think that oil and water can be mixed?

Frank Galarrita: Elena, but think first of the recipe of the 3 basic needs, it always hit the treasury

Frank Galarrita: How can a treasury be filled with corruptions?

Frank Galarrita: All basic needs must have to do with money, think about that

Frank Galarrita: Again, you have to focus your money

Frank Galarrita: How can a country be run without a treasury?

Frank Galarrita: A treasury that is run by a corrupt?

Frank Galarrita: So how much you think the division of the budget, how much for example for the AFP?

Frank Galarrita: LOL, grabe, how about the ombudman?

Frank Galarrita: Ang ibig mo palang sabihin na iyung reklamo ng ombudsman ay bale wala pala, na kahit may kurakot ay yayaman pa rin ang bansa?

Frank Galarrita: Di talaga na get ni Elena kung ano ang bansa

Frank Galarrita: Ang pagka kurakot pala ng isang katiwala ng bansa ay makapag bigay ng budget?

Frank Galarrita: Think about the budget of the education na 45 %, ang kurakot ay meron?

Frank Galarrita Nope, nothing to explain

Frank Galarrita: example na lamang, ang security guard sa isang warehouse ay makapag tiwalaan ba na ligtas ang iyung inventory kung siyay magnanakaw?

Frank Galarrita: kalokohan talaga ano po?

Frank Galarrita: Ito na lamang, ang bangko na mandaraya ay nakakasiguro ka na ang deposito mo ay nariyan pa?

Frank Galarrita: Isa pa, ang isang insurance na nagbabayad ka nang premium buwan buwan ay nakakasiguro ka na safe ka sa mga aksidente?

Frank Galarrita: Ka simple na explaination at bakit di pa rin naintidihan kung ano ang status mo sa pagka Filipino/na

Frank Galarrita: Stop talaga, meaning walang pag asa

Frank Galarrita Voting is a sacred

Frank Galarrita di dapat i show off mo ang pag boto

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Sorry nagpapicture apo ko hehe

Frank Galarrita: Sacred ang boto, isa rin na di naintidihan ng mga tao

Frank Galarrita: Iyang boto ay iyun din ang rights mo na naka surrender sa isang tiwala mong kandidato kaya sagrado iyan

Elena Grace Giangan: Flores Yes true, so vote wisely. Don’t just believe media propaganda
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Frank Galarrita: Para bang bride iyan na pinasa mo sa isang tao na maging asawa ng anak mo, sentimental indeed

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: True – iluwa mo man like Pnoy voters – wait ka pa hanggang ma annul

Frank Galarrita: dapat kasi iyan ang karapatan mo, your life

Elena Grace Giangan Flores True again – so kilalanin ang kandidato – kung sino maninira yon ang masama. Law of nature yon

Frank Galarrita: Iyang accusation kay Pnoy ay desperate moves lamang, we are only listening to those who lose

Frank Galarrita: What it means, that the losers are whining with no respect with laws

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Yes, stop throwing mud just wait for election

Frank Galarrita: Para bang natalo sa basketball tapos reklamo pa rin, a game is not a game without a loser, very explainable

Frank Galarrita: Ang election ay nariyan para may pangulo tayo, there must be a winner and a loser
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Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Sure win or lose – just play a fair fight

Frank Galarrita: Kapag puro reklamo na lamang, wala tayong pangulo kaya wala rin tayong gobiyerno

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Exactly so let’s wait and see – thank you nice debating with you

Frank Galarrita: Kaya nga, pero not Binay kasi siguradong ayaw na ng tao, huwag makulit pero ganoon pa man, there must be an election to fullfill our constitution

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Binay pa rin

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Bayaan mo na kung sino ang gusto ng tao kung fair ka

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Sasagot lang kami pag inaapi si Binay.

Frank Galarrita That is your rights, but remember that you are not only the people, you have to respect their will and voting is always a secret and sacred

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Tama na ang panloloko sa madla gamit ang propaganda.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Tell it to yourself frank. Between us, I have more credibility because you can see my face.

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: The sheep cannot vote for all you know

Frank Galarrita: Yeah, but to hear from you sounds like pang loloko

Frank Galarrita: It depends

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Oh if intelligent loko? Do you think it’s fair?

Frank Galarrita: Just remember that all living things have spirit therefore have a sense of something

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Yes, let’s pray and let the holy spirit guide us

Frank Galarrita: Just be thankful that we are alive, voting is nothing once you die

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Exactly – play a fair election and we will see each other again in eternity

Frank Galarrit:a Reincarnation could be better but who knows, perhaps you reincarnate as a sheep

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: No problem if that’s my destiny

Frank Galarrita: We have no clue of what is life after death, is there any election?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Evidence:
AMLC’s Evidence Against Binay is Bias with Julia Abad as Executive Director -…

Frank Galarrita: Better for a Muslim as they can have 72 virgins in heaven but how about the women, what?

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Just do good and you will not be afraid if you live or die

Frank Galarrita: Well, election is only good if you still alive

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Whatever happens on earth is also manifesting in heaven

Elena Grace Giangan Flores: Only you do not suffer the weaknesses of the body – no pain or any negative feelings

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Well, it’s your choice in 2016!

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SOP o Nakaw? – Debate ng Good Governance Group Creator at Direct Government Procurement Staff para sa Alegasyon ng Gobyerno kay Binay’s

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Mga kababayan, kayo na po ang humusga. Nandito si Epoy Salvaro at Elmer Delantar para magdebate na ang alegasyong ng Liberal kay Binay ay matatawag na “corruption” o SOP na ang kahulugan ay Special Operating Procedure na naging kaugalian na ng mga taga-gobyerno kapag sila ay may proyekto na gagawin para sa kanilang mamamayan.

Si Epoy Salvaro ay nagpakilalang creator ng Filipinos Worldwide for Transparency na dating “government contractor” at ang kanyang paniniwala ay, iboboto nya si Binay para Presidente kung masagot ang mga tanong sa senado.

Si Elmer Delantar ay isang “government employee na nakatalaga sa procurement” na may karanasan sa pakikipag usap sa mga “contractors” na tumatanggap ng proyekto galing sa pamahalaan at ang kanyang paninindigan ay, paanong maging overpricing yang mga proyekto ni Binay kung sumusunod lang naman sa SOP ng gobyerno?

Kayo na po ang humusga: (Paalala: Mangyari po lamang na ang debate na to ay naganap sa Freedom Wall ng Facebook)

Elmer Delantar: Sir Epoy SAlvaro. Sir Epoy SAlvaro. May napanood po ako sa sinasabi mong senate hearing. Ipinipilit ni sen. Trillanes na sa binay po ang rosario farm. Ebedensya nya: ang mga letrang EB sa isang semento na nangangahulugan daw na elenita binay. Na tanungin ang isang testigo ang sahot nya ay ang EB ay electrical box. Yon po ba ang sinasabi nyong ebedensya. Sabi pa ng assessor sa batangas wala pong na ka record sa pangalan ng mga binay na property sa rosario batangas.

Epoy SAlvaro: Mr Elmer Delantar wala po ilalagay na electrical box sa lupa dahil pag umulan lulubog po yun, having said that nadinig mo rin ba sinabi ng anak na bunso ni binay kanila ang hacienda?

Elmer Delantar: Sir Epoy SAlvaro. Panonoorin ko pa ang kabuuan ng moro moro sa senado. Para malaman ko ang mga ebedensyang sinasabi nyo.

Elmer Delantar: Sir Epoy SAlvaro. Ano po ba ang sinasabi nilang underground cable. Sa davao may roon na nito.

Epoy SAlvaro: Madami yan underground cable what i mean expose yun cable box na may EB nasa lupa lang baka si Ebang balolong yun

Epoy SAlvaro: Mr Elmer magiging mabuti po sa inyo na mag karuon ng open mind kung panoorin mo lahat po ng binay senate hearing , kung sinabi mo na moro moto bago ka pa manuod ay bias kana, kung si mag amang binay ay haharap sa senado maging open din mind ko to listen dahil sa sobrang madaming ebidensya at mga bilyones ng mga binay na pera at hindi nila sinasagot sa akusasyon nag desisyon tuloy ako na totoo po skusasyon sa ksnila

Elmer Delantar: Ok po sir epoy salvaro

Epoy SAlvaro: Binigyan po tayo ng wisdom para po makapg desisyom tayo ng naayon sa ating kaalaman

Elmer Delantar: Asan ang ebedensya mr. Epoy SAlvaro? Di mo pa nga ma compute ang income ng mga binay tspos sinasabi mo may nakaw na yaman na. Sir, alamin mo muna income nila tapos patunayan mo na ang bilyones na yan ay sa mga binay. Pag napatunayan mo na, dyan i minus mo sa income nila. At lalabas ang sinasabi nyong nakaw na yaman. Pag nagawa nyo na yan, yang sinasabi mo ay paninira lamang. Libelous yang mga statement mo sir.

Elmer Delantar: Mr. Epoy SAlvaro. Paulit ulit nalang ang sinasabi mo. Nakaw na yaman na wala namang ebedensya. Kung mayroon ka, e post mo.

Elmer Delantar: Mr Epoy SAlvaro. Asan na ang program of works. Post mo na.

Elmer Delantar: Mr. Epoy SAlvaro. Wag mo kaming papaniwalain sa mga haka haka mo. EBEDENSYA. Post mo na. Simpleng computation lang ng income nila di mo pa magawa.

Elmer Delantar: Kung may akusasyon ka at may mga ebedensya ka at takot kang mag file sa korte, eh di e post mo dito.
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Epoy SAlvaro: Mr Elmer Dalantar paki paste lang po yun sinabi ko nakaw na yaman ng mga binay, sinabi ko po may mahigit 16 bilyon mga binay sa 19 bank acct

Epoy SAlvaro: Mr Elmer Dalantar paki paste lang po yun sinabi ko nakaw na yaman ng mga binay, sinabi ko po may mahigit 16 bilyon mga binay sa 19 bank accts na freeze ng AMLC at naka link sya duon sa 223 (242-19) na bank accts na sinasabi na alipores nya manuod ka ng mga binay senate hearing ng maliwanagan ka, mukha mo mr Elmer Delantar hindi mo ma hantad sino papatol sa iyo

Epoy SAlvaro: Manuod ka next hearing ng mga binay next week mr Elmer Delantar maliwanagan ka
Elmer Delantar Ito na naman tayo sir Epoy SAlvaro. Ghost employee na ako sa makati. Bakit sir may EBEDENSYA KA? Puro ka salita at akusasyon. Nasaan ang ebedensya mo? Sir, kung ako sa iyo hintayin mo ang hatol ng korte sa usaping ito, hindi naman ikaw ang nagrereklamo…See More

Elmer Delantar: Asan ang computation nyo sa income ng mga binay?

Elmer Delantar: Asan ang program of work sa sinasabing overprice makati bulding?

Elmer Delantar: Asan ang mga EBEDENSYA?

Elmer Delantar: Post nyo naman po.

Epoy SAlvaro: Mr Elmer Delantar ang ghost walang mukha gaya po ninyo hindi ako magtataka kung wala ka sa ghost employees kasi po hindi yan name mo talaga.

Elmer Delantar: Wala kayong ma ipost? Meaning , sinisiraan nyo lang ang vice president. Period.· 1

Epoy SAlvaro: Pero wag po ninyo kalimutan ang binay next hearing next week google lang ” binay senate hearing july 2015 makikita na agad yan madami tayong mapag usapan after that
Elmer Delantar: Kaya po di ako naniniwala sa overpricing na yan. Kasi po di naman pi detalye ang presentasyon sa senado.

Elmer Delantar: Ang maiintindihan ng mada ay kung iisa isahin nila ang mga items sa program of work. Magkano ba ang cemento? Magkano ba ang bakal?ang buhangin at iba pang materyales sa proyektong iyan. Ang labor? Over priced ba? Hindi paghahambingin mo lang ang dalawang building na ipinagawa ng pruvate company at yong makati building. Sir, iba po ang costing ng private at government.

Epoy SAlvaro: Mr Elmer Delantar buti po at msy tagahanga ka highly intellectual wow ha kung wala po kayong alam sa construction wag na po ninyo try makipag debate kahit po yung expert ng senado sinabi ang Parking bldg ay nag sabi na dapat mga 800 m lang nagastos du…See More

Epoy SAlvaro: Mr Elmer Delantar common sense lang ang parking bldg ay may initial na budget na 400 to 800 million lumobo ng mahigit 2.3 BILYon ano nsngyari?

Epoy SAlvaro: Kahit yung isang sinabi nila nag bid tumestigo na hindi sya sumali sa bidding sa makati.

Elmer Delantar: Sir, Epoy SAlvaro. Kaya nga po hinihingi ko po sa inyo ay ang program of woeks. Ganoon lang pong level ang kaya kong unawain. Ang e itimized nila ang presentasyon sa nakalagay sa program of work. Mahirap ba iyon? Porket sinabi ng expert na ganoon, maniniwala na kami?. Ang naiintindihan namin ay kung saan doon sa program of work nagkaroon ng overpricing. Hindi po ako mahihiyang sabihin na nagsisisi ako sa pagsuporta sa mga binay kong mapapatunayan na sila nga ay may sala. Ang sa akin lang naman, wag kang akusa ng akusa kung wala kang ma ipost na ebedensya na maiintidihan namin.

Elmer Delantar: Sir Epoy SAlvaro. Wag nyo naman pong ipagdamot ang program if work na yan. I post nyo na po.

Epoy SAlvaro Ano po ibig nyo sabihin sige nga?

Elmer Delantar: Sir Epoy SAlvaro. Sa program of work po nandoon ang list ng mga items na gagawin. Ang quantity, unit price at total. Nakapaloob din dito ang deyailed estimate kung saan nakalagay doon kung ano anong materyales ang gagamitin mo para sa item of works na iyan. Ang quantity, ang presyo at total. Yon po ang hinihingi ko sir.

Epoy SAlvaro: Ibig mo sabihin ilan cemento ginamit at ilang buhangin bskit po mr Elmer Delantar ? sasakit na naman tiyan ko sa kakatawa joker po pala kayo

Elmer Delantar: Sie Epoy SAlvaro. Kahit mano mano o ginamitan ng mga heavy equipments ang paggawa sa building na iyan ginagamitan po iyan ng cemento at buhangin. Kung saan ang detalye nito kung ilan ang quantity at presyo nito ay nakapaloob sa program of work.

Elmer Delantar: Sasakit talaga tyan mo. Kasi nagkukunwari kang may alam sa construction. Simple lang naman ang sinasabi ko di mo alam.

Epoy SAlvaro Baka nakita mo program of work yung cr gagawin

Epoy SAlvaro Basehan yan sa pag bigay ng estimate pero hindi po ganuon pag evaluate kung ilang cemento or ilang buhsngin. Pag usapan na lang po natin mr Elmer Delantar may chance po ba makabalik si jun jun sa city hall bilang mayor?

Elmer Delantar: Sori po sir Epoy SAlvaro. Ngayon ko po napatunayan na kulang ka sa kaalaman sa proseso sa pamahalaan. Tama po kayo, basehan yan sa estimate. At ang estimate na yan base sa standard ng dpwh ang gagamitin para ma compute ang ABC na sya namang magiging limit ng mga supplier o contractor sa kanilang bid.

Epoy SAlvaro: Yan mabuti nag mamahalan kayo yan dapat palagay ko po mam Elena bagay na bagay kayo parang nancy at vp

Epoy SAlvaro: Mr Elmer Delantar pasensya na po ayaw ko po makipag usap sa deskasyon na wala po skong mapapala sorry dahil parang mag sasayang po ako ng panahon pag usapan na lang po natin yung may matutuhan tayo

Elmer Delantar: Ha ha ha….. ang gusto ni sir Epoy SAlvaro . Na pag usapan ay ang mga tsismis at akusasyon. Kayo na lang po sir. Labas na po ako dyan. Mag cocomment nalang ako paminsan minsan. Sa mga usapang may katuturan. Magandang hapon po uli.

Epoy SAlvaro: Magandang hapon po namsn wag mo kalimutan ha binay senate hearing next week

Elmer Delantar: Sa aking pag aaral sa mga program of works na ginagawan ko po ng report bilang isang TWG member ng BAC. Sa pangkalahatan ang kongklosyon ko po ay walang nangyayaring overpricing sa mga project ng gobyerno. Kasi po sa pag gawa ng mga engr ng costing sumusunod sila sa guidelines ng dpwh kung saan ang nasabing guidelines ay maluwag pagdating sa paglalagay ng costing. Halimbawa , sa materyales pweding magbigay ng allowance for breakage or shortages. Sa pag eestimate ng days ng completion may allowance din. Na kong ikaw na contractor ay efficient ,savings mo na ito. Isa pa may allowance din ang mga presyo ng mga 10% sa prevailing market price. Kung saan suportado ito ng generally accepted accounting and auditing rules na pag ang overpricing ay di lalagpas ng 10percent sa prevailing market price ay ok pa ito. sa pagkakaalam ko sa ngayon ang breakdown ng abc ng isang govt projects ay ganito: direct cost(matrials+labor) plus indirect cost. Kung saan ang indirect cost ay ganito ang breakdown. Contractors propfit 10 %ng direct cost, 5%vat ng dc at cp, 8-12%ocm(contingency). In short kung may 10 cp+5vat+10ocm+10allowance daw sa pagtaas ng price which is legal+ 5% volume discount sa materiales, maagang natapos na project which is savings ng contractor. Ang lalabas 40 ang indirect cost at 60 nalang ang dc. at sa 40 na indirect cost 5% ireremit sa bir. so may 35 na tira ang contractor. So, ikaw si contractor ano gagawin mo para makakuha ng project?

Ayan po ang kabuuan ng ating debate. Sa palagay nyo po – magnanakaw ba talaga ang mga Binay o sumunod lang sa SOP na pinapairal ng gobyerno natin na ginagawa naman ng lahat ng may katungkulan? Tandaan nyo po. Pag walang SOP, walang magagawang proyekto!


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Humorous Reptilian Script but Hating Lawyers

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Many people hate lawyers because they can turn the bad guy into good in the court room. They are compared to reptiles which the later are much better because they did not choose to be one. To be a lawyer, you must have the heart to pursue things even if they are contrary to popular belief – but of course, you become one based on your aspirations in life. This humorous script was written not to degrade lawyers but for humor’s sake only!:

The Reptilians

By: Jim Pack

Alicia Florrick needs to gain the trust of a man who hates all lawyers. Synopsis for CBS’s “The Good Wife”.

This script has enough introduction describing the scenario of the play. The dialogue may be limited but it has all the  lines to make the discussion a humorous one! The author is kind enough to share his thoughts for free. He must be a very intellectual person who needs an outlet for his creative mind. Thank you for this script.

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Proper Formatting and Elements of Script Writing

By: Elena Grace Flores

Screenplay (Photo credit: Matt-Richards)

It is amazing to be able to find a very precise but uplifting video tutorial regarding script writing. Here, the formatting is not only explained but also illustrated in a very interesting but clear manner. Even the tiny bits of the elements of script writing are also discussed  without any hint of boredom. Well done for this video:

How To Format A Screenplay – 5 Basic Elements : FRIDAY 101

Posted at Youtube by: Indy Mogul

Yes, we all have different styles and character in writing a script but whether you agree with me or not, there’s also a proper way of writing one – and by far, this video explains it all. This might be  something basic to learn about the topic but believe me, you can never advance in this field without mastering the techniques shown in the video.

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Satisfaction, a Humorous Script with Moral Values


By: Elena Grace Flores

The Man, the Woman and the Money
The Man, the Woman and the Money (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This script highlights the nature of men – never satisfied with what they have. The circumstances in this script may sound like jokes but there are some truths in them.

Scene I: A very handsome man was walking along the seaside – then stops to talk to himself in front of his reflection on the shallow sea bed…

Man: Hello handsome, here we are again – looking so good and yet no money and no honey.

Reflection: You can have all the women you like but the problem is how to keep them when you don’t even have a decent job.

Man: (Upon seeing a magic sea shell, he whispers…) I wish to have all the wisdom in this world to be able to make the most of what I have! (Lightning strikes and “kablammmm”… he turns into a woman).

Woman: (The woman who was previously a man talks to her new reflection… ) Oh dear…what a beautiful woman you are. For sure, many rich men will be crazy over you.

Reflection: Oh what a change…

Narration: Years have gone by and the woman who used to be a man is very determined to get what she wants. So, she uses her beauty to get the most glamorous job there is – earning lots of money by just walking along the cat walk for few minutes every now and then. Later on, she finally settled down with a billionaire and had a daughter but still found herself talking to herself alone –

Scene II: In front of a mirror…

Woman: So, this is how it feels to be a rich woman…why am I not happy with all the money and fame that I have? Where is my husband? Ahhh still with business partners – forgetting me having to bear most of the cold nights without him. God forbid, I need a man beside me…

Daughter: (Upon  witnessing what her mother just did in front of the mirror, she also positions herself in front of it and says…) Oh God, I want a new Ipad right now, can I have it please?

Woman: (Upon overhearing what the daughter just said, she realizes that she failed not just as a wife but also as a mother and prays wholeheartedly…) Dear God, please listen to your child who’s repenting right now. If only I could go back to the way I was before, I promise to nurture your gift and live according to your will! (Then he becomes a man again)

Scene III: The handsome man on his bed awakens from a deep sleep…

Man: Thanks God – those were just nightmares! Please don’t get me wrong, I’m grateful of my looks and the way I am right now. I am just asking for guidance on how I could fulfill my purpose in life. I trust that you made me for a reason and I gladly obey your will. Please give me the satisfaction and contentment for the life that you plan for me because I know, it’s the best coming from you. (Phone rings…)

Phone Voice: This is Marketing Pro and I’m just letting you know that after reviewing your application, we decided to make you a job offer that that you can’t refuse – as our new Marketing Representative. Will you be interested?

Man: Marketing Pro? Of course, my dream company to work for – I thought I had no chance after not hearing from you for quite some time.

Phone Voice: We’re very sorry that it took us this long. we must admit that there were lots of qualified applicants for this Marketing position that we had to screen – but we feel that you are the right image for our products!

Man: Thank you very much for letting me know and I’m delighted to report to your office as advised!

Phone Voice: Don’t mention it – we’re privileged to have you on board. Bye for now and see you soon.

Man: Bye, thank you.

Lesson in life: If money is your only or main motivation, you can easily go astray. A pure heart with the strongest faith is what leads you to the right path of life and will also make you a good role model to your children – because it’s your actions that they will follow and not what you preach.

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Princess Kitty’s Happy Land Adventure Script



By: Geraldine G. Flores (Ms. “G”) 

Hello Kitty
Hello Kitty (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This Princess Kitty Happy Land Adventure script is a Hello Kitty theme song -inspired kid’s play – that can be a good material for children’s dramatics club shows or for fun activities at home, in the community and school. This is our contribution to your talent development tasks for the young ones:

Scene I “The Dream”
Setting: Kitty cleaning the house.

Kitty: Everything is clean now but I’m so tired. I’ll better rest first.
(While Kitty is sleeping, fairies appear dancing and chanting)
Fairies(last line) Happiness Land! Princess Kitty’s Happiness Land!!!
Kitty: Happiness land? My “Happiness Land”? Am I dreaming?
Fairy 1: No! Princess Kitty, it’s true, you belong to happiness land.
Kitty: I’m Princess Kitty? Who are you?
Fairies: We’re the fairies of “Happiness Land”.
Fairy 2: Prince Adonis is also here to give you a present.
Palace Leader: Hear ye! Hear ye! The Prince of “Happiness Land” is coming!
Prince Adonis: Hello, Princess Kitty, here’s our present for you. We all want to see you in “Happiness Land.”
Kitty: Thank you Prince Adonis, I am so happy!
Prince Adonis: You are welcome! See you again in “Happiness Land”.
Kitty: (looks up first then repeated what she hears…) “Happiness Land!”

(Close Curtain)

Scene II “The Arrest”
Setting: Outside the house, friends are playing before Kitty then she approached them.

Kitty: Hello friends.
Friends: Hello, Kitty.
Kitty: The prince gave me this present.
Friend 1: It’s so beautiful!
Kitty: He will take me to “Happiness Land”! He says I’m a princess!
Friend 2: Really? You are so lucky!
Friend 3: Because you are a good girl.
Kitty: Thank you.

(Group Enters)

Bad Boy 1: That’s Kitty! (Pointing to Kitty)
Bad Boy 2: She stole that beautiful flower!
Guard 1: People say you are naughty! We arrest you now!
Friend 1: No! She’s not naughty; the prince gave her the flower.
Kitty: Help! Help me! (Friends trying to help but being pushed back)
Guard 2: Stay away! I said, stay away!
(Friends are crying now while the two bad boys are laughing wildly)
Prince Adonis: What’s going on here?
Friends: They arrest the princess!
Prince Adonis: Don’t worry, we’ll save her.

(Close Curtain)

Scene III “The Rescue”
Setting: In the woods. (Note: This scene will be outside the curtain for the stage preparation on the backdrop and props of “Happiness Land.”

Palace Leader: This way, I think it’s this way.
Prince Adonis: Look there! (They approached the toy drummer boy)
Palace Guard: There’s the key on his arm!
Prince Adonis: I think this is the key to the prison cell.
Drummer Boy: You’re right! Turn me on. Turn me on to get the key!
Prince Adonis: Is he the one talking? (The others nod their heads)
Drummer Boy: Touch my nose! Touch my nose.
(The drummer boy beats the drum, the key fall down upon touching his nose but he stepped on it and said: Dance with me first!!! (Then the funny dance follows). Note: At this point, the toy drummer boy becomes a real boy again.
Voice over of Princess Kitty: Help! Help me please!
Friends: That’s Princess Kitty!!!
Prince Adonis: Don’t worry; we can set you free now! The key?
(Drummer boy gives the key now and marched with them)
Prince Adonis: Let’ go! Let’s save the princess!
All say: Yes! Save the Princess! (six times) ————–(marching out)
Note: Upon their exit, curtain opens for Scene IV with the palace on the background. (A picture of a beautiful place with happy characters)

Scene IV “Happiness Land”

Palace Leader: Hear ye! Hear ye! The prince is coming with Princess Kitty and friends. (Everyone stopped what they are doing and cheered, clapped hands.)
Kitty: Thank you dear prince and friends for saving me.
(Palace Leader guides them to join the group)
King: Welcome to “Happiness Land”, princess Kitty.
Kitty: Thank you dear King.
King: Say hello to Princess Kitty now.
All: Hello! Princess Kitty.
Kitty: Hello, everyone!
Queen: We prepared lots of yummy food for you, Princess Kitty.
Kitty: Thank you so much, my dear Queen.
Minnie: My dearest sister, I miss you. Welcome home.
Kitty: I miss you too. (They embrace each other)
(The queen joins them, and then the king pats the queen’s shoulder and said:
King: This calls for a celebration!
Queen: Let’s dance for joy!
(All casts will dance and sing the Hello Kitty theme song then after that -)
Kitty: We’re so glad to see you all. Thank you for joining us on our fantastic adventure! (Everyone joins Kitty)
All: We love you all… “mwaah”! Ba-bye!

Responsible adults should expose children to worthwhile activities when they are still at a tender age. This will guide them in choosing their career path later on when they are adults. Plays can enhance the memorization, acting and public relation skills of children, so initiate this into their lives when you’ve got the chance.



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Sweet Smiles Script



By: Geraldine G. Flores (Ms. “G”) 

Image representing Skype as depicted in CrunchBase
Image via CrunchBase

In life, what we planned for our family is not always what will happen. We just have to be flexible and set pride aside. There may be tough choices we have to make but as long as we have faith, things will fall into place when the right time comes – and we will then realize why they happened that way. Enjoy this Sweet Smiles script-

Scene 1: In the living room, mommy Beth and baby Bea are rehearsing. Daddy Ben arrives from the office.

Daddy Ben: Seems like our baby girl is joining a talent show… (Mommy Beth & baby Bea kisses the dad)

Mommy Beth: Not at all, our daughter would just like to show you how talented she is. She’s just 3 years old yet she wants to go to school already. I said; if Dad would agree and would like your presentation, she can. (To Bea) Are you ready, baby girl? Show daddy how talented you are while I’ll set the table ready for dinner. (To Dad) Okay dad, just sit back & relax.

Baby Bea: Yes, mom. (Bea recites the poem: “The Creation” and sings the action song: “I’ve Got Joy”).

“The Creation”God made the earth, God made the sea.
God made the fish and the birds that fly.
Animals, flowers, trees so tall,
God made everything, great and small.
God made all that I can see.
God made you and God made me.

Baby Bea: I thank you. (Then she bows, Dad claps his hands)

Baby Bea: Thank You Dad.I would like to sing a song for you now.
(Bea sings the action song)

I’ve got joy down in my heart, deep,deep down in my heart.J – O – Y down in my heart, deep,deep down in my heart.

Baby Bea: How about you?
(Both hands pointing to her Dad on the last line of the song)
Daddy Ben: Of course my dear, having you both is my greatest joy. That was wonderful! (Dad claps his hands again for Bea’s presentation)

Voice over of Mommy Beth: Dinner’s ready! (Daddy Ben carries Baby Bea to the dinner table)

Scene 2: At the dinner table while the family is having dinner, they had a small talk.

Mommy Beth: So how was it? Is baby Bea ready for school?

Daddy Ben: Yes, of course. Do you really want to go to school now? (To Baby Bea)

Baby Bea: Yes, dad and mommy would like to be a Teacher again too.
Daddy Ben: What does that mean? You like to work again as a Teacher? (To mommy Beth)

Mommy Beth: Yes, if you will allow me so I can help you also in the expenses here in the house and we could save also for Bea’s education.

Daddy Ben: No, my dear, that’s why I work double time now. Just give me your “sweet smiles” and I’ll be fine. I’ll provide you both with everything that you need. (Mommy Beth and baby Bea gave daddy Ben their sweetest smiles then he bid them goodbye.)

Daddy Ben: I love you both, sleep tight. Goodnight… I have to leave now for my part-time job in the restaurant.

Baby Bea: We love you too, daddy, goodnight.

Mommy Beth: Okay, bye! Dad, you take care …

Narration: While the mother and daughter were asleep, they had no idea about the accident involving daddy Ben.

Scene 3: At the hospital the doctor speaks to Mommy Beth who is crying after she was informed about the accident. She learned about it at daytime already.

Doctor Reyes: I’m sorry Mrs. Francisco but it will take several months for your husband to work again as he was badly hit by the big truck that bumped his motorcycle that throw him out several meters away. Investigation is still going on as there was no witness who saw the accident this dawn, the truck driver was kind enough to bring him to the hospital and told us that it was not his fault.

Mommy Beth: I understand doctor – maybe my husband had fallen asleep while driving because he was tired and sleepy already. Can I speak to him now?

Doctor Reyes: Yes, go ahead; he could be awake by now. Just don’t show him your tears. Be strong.

Mommy Beth: Thanks, Doctor Reyes, I will. (As she enters the room she could hear her husband crying. She went near him & embraced him)

Daddy Ben: Why did this happen to me? How could I provide for you and baby Bea with all that you need now? This is so unfair! I am really sorry.

Mommy Beth: You don’t have to be sorry, my dear. We have to thank the Lord that you survived that accident. Don’t worry I’m here for you and our daughter. Remember last night? I was trying to ask permission from you to work again. I do have an urgent offer to work but in Thailand as an English teacher. The pay is really good and it will just be a two year contract. We could save some capital for sure for a business by the time my contract ends so, you don’t have to work day and night. Please don’t get me wrong. This is for us too.

Daddy Ben: I really don’t want you to work. I should be the one working but with my condition now, how can i? What will your parents say to me now… a parasite?

Mommy Beth: Please don’t say that. Any minute from now they will be here also with baby Bea. They even volunteered to take care of you and our daughter while I’m away. We’re a family! We care for each other.
(At this point the in-laws arrived with their granddaughter. They just brought in baby Bea inside the hospital room, waved and went out again to buy food.) (Mommy Beth carried Baby Bea to kiss her dad then baby Bea sits on the hospital bed)

Baby Bea: Hello, Daddy, grandpa and grandma says we will be staying in their big house that’s why we fetch you here. They say – it’s our home too. Are you okay now daddy? Let’s go home. (Dad wiping his tears…)Dad, why are you crying?

Daddy Ben: Your mom will be leaving us soon. She will teach in Thailand.

Baby Bea: Mom, I don’t want you to leave us. We will be very sad. We will all stay happy in grandpa and grandma’s home. Please don’t go to Thailand. Please don’t leave us. (Baby Bea crying already so, mom got carried away and burst into tears)

Mommy Beth: My dearest baby, you know that I want to be always near you. I’m doing this for our family. Mommy will be able to buy you your favorite Barbie doll and all the things that you need.

Baby Bea: No, I just want you here with us. I need you more than the Barbie doll. I love you mom, don’t you love me?

Mommy Beth: I love you and your dad more than anything in this world. Please understand me now. Grandpa, grandma and your dad will take care of you while I’m away.

Daddy Ben: Maybe, it’s not a good idea for you to teach in Thailand you will be alone there no relatives and friends to look after you also.

Mommy Beth: Just give me both your “sweet smiles” and I’ll be fine. I will remember it always and I will feel I’m not alone because both of you will forever stay in my heart. Just give me this chance to help you then after two years I’ll be home (to daddy Ben). My precious baby, cheer up! We’ll often see each other on Skype (to baby Bea). You want to go to school so show me now that you are not a cry baby anymore. So, now both of you can you just show me your “sweet smiles”! (Both smiled now – then embraced each other.)
(Grandpa and grandma arrive with the yummy food that they bought.)

Grandpa: Did we miss something? (Upon seeing them -)

Grandma: Come on! Skip the drama, I’m starving. Let’s eat now. (Everyone burst into laughter)

Lesson in life: A person can only do quality work for 8 hours straight a day. So, balance your time between work and family – if you want to save up and not spend your hard-earned money in the hospital!


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Son, I Love You



By: Geraldine G. Flores (Ms. “G”) 

Español: Regreso del hijo pródigo, Louvre
Español: Regreso del hijo pródigo, Louvre (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Rebellion sometimes happen when parents unintentionally hurt their children while trying to discipline them. No matter how hard it is, we should always honor our father and mother regardless of the situation – because they can’t be with us forever! Here’s a short script between a brother and a prodigal son…

Najmi: Rahim, Rahim.
Rahim: Why are you here?

Najmi: “There’s no place like home, my dearest brother,.” So you better come home with me now.
Rahim: I’m sorry, but this is my home. I’m happy here. I don’t think father would like to see me – for him, everything I do is wrong!

Najmi: Of course not! Father is just telling you things for your own good but you don’t listen to him, you ran out of the house! Mother is always crying because of your absence.
Rahim: Excuse me Najmi. You’re just my younger brother. Don’t act like father. Go back to your house now! I’ll stay here. They’re nice to me. They’re like a family to me now.

Najmi: I really don’t want to get angry with you Rahim but I’m having difficulty controlling myself but I can have more patience because of father. He pleaded for me not to be angry with you. He wants you to go back home because he loves you so much!
Rahim: Loves me so much? Huh! You’re kidding! I know- he doesn’t care for me. He even scolded me over the phone, so – I hung up.

Najmi: Even for the last time, you don’t want to see father?
Rahim: What do you mean for the last time?

Najmi: Father’s gone – and it’s all because of you! (both with tears in their eyes now)
Rahim: What? Father’s dead? Oh no! I don’t believe you.

Najmi: Yes, it’s true, when you hung up on him over the phone, he had a heart attack but before he died, he asked me to give him your picture. He embraced it and he said, “I love you my son. I miss you. Please come home.”
Rahim: Father…. I’m so sorry. I love you too father. Please forgive me.

Najmi: (Nods his head) Let’ go home…
Rahim: Yes and from now on I’ll be a good son and a good brother to you also.

Lesson in life: We can lose a loved one in an instant so, always let them know you care.


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A Birthday Party



By: Geraldine G. Flores (Ms. “G”) 

Candles spell out the traditional English birt...
Candles spell out the traditional English birthday greeting (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Children especially teenagers can easily be corrupted due to negative environmental factors, lack of guidance from the family and changes happening within themselves. This script shows how a promising student can go astray in a blink of an eye just after a birthday party:

Scene I – School Campus: Khairul, an outstanding lower school student is approaching some students looking at the list of the top students in year six. (all eyes are on him)

Zamri: Congratulations… Khairul! You’re the top one student again in year 6 for the
2nd term.
Khairul: Really? (looking at the bulletin board) Oh yes! I’ve made it again.
Lina: Congratulations… Khairul! You’re unbeatable!
Khairul: Thank you Lina, I know you can do it also. (All the other students say: “Congratulations!” to Khairul. He humbly smiled and replied “Thank you”. When Khairul walks away, Zamri runs after him)
Zamri: Khairul, please wait for me. (Khairul, stopped walking) It’s my birthday today. I hope you remembered. Have you told your dad about it? My friends will be very glad to meet you as I’ve always mentioned your name to them. They know that you are always the best!
Khairul: Thanks Zamri and “Happy Birthday” too but I forgot to ask permission from my dad to join your party. I’m so sorry.
Zamri: Oh! No, don’t be. I’ll wait for your dad too. Please ask his permission then I’ll ask our driver to send you home after my party. (Dad arrives…)
Khairul: Dad, this is my classmate, Zamri. It’s his birthday today. Can I join his party tonight? They’ll send me home dad .I forgot to tell you yesterday.
Zamri: Please sir, I’ll ask our driver to send him home. He is my best friend.
Dad: Okay, but be sure to be home by 9 o’clock.
Khairul: Sure dad. I will. Thank you.
Dad: (to Zamri) “Happy Birthday”.
Zamri: Thank you, sir. Yihey! Let’s go…
Khairul: Bye dad.
Dad : Bye.

Scene II – At the Party:
Zamri: We’re here. I’m starving now.
Khairul: This is not your house! You’re having your birthday party here? Where are your friends?
Zamri: Oh! Here they are… you see – they’re bringing lots of foods and drinks for us. You will enjoy this man, believe me. Come, I’ll introduce you to them..Ahman, Aziz, this is Khairul – our top 1 student in the class. Remember, what I’ve told you about him?
Ahmad: Ah, yes of course. Glad to meet you Khairul.
Khairul: Glad to meet you too. ( Khairul gave a handshake to both)
Aziz: I’ve brought with us something that you won’t forget for the rest of your life.
Khairul: What are you talking about? I think I don’t belong here. I have to go home now so I can study our lessons. Where is your driver Zamri?
Zamri: Oh! Don’t worry, my friend, he will fetch us by 8 o’clock so you will be home before 9 o’clock as what we’ve promised your dad. Don’t be a sissy! Come on! We’re hungry, let’s eat now..
Aziz: (going near Kairul) Don’t worry, we won’t bite you, he he. Just joking, friend. We have to enjoy life while we’re still young. You’ll see what I mean. It’s hard to explain! It’s magical! Oh, come on – let’s enjoy the party now. (Everyone eats, small talk about the food)
Ahmad: Now, try this one – just a smoke to help us digest our food. (Khairul tried smoking then coughs, everyone laughs)
Aziz: Try again friend, you’ll get used to it! Life becomes more beautiful with this (kiss the cigarette) and this one too (shows a pill) – with this you can fly! Get one now!
Khairul: No, I won’t! That might hurt me.
Zamri: Oh! No! This won’t hurt you – just take it like this (shows how) It feels so good! Let’s enjoy life friend, don’t be so serious. It’s my birthday, let’s celebrate! Eat… drink…and be merry!
Ahmad: Be a real man like us!
Aziz: You’re a sissy.
Khairul: No, I’m not!
Aziz: So, try this one now! ( Khairul was forced to get one pill. In a little while, a change in him happened. He is acting strange now. Asking for more smoke that was Marijuana. Music in the background plays whilw Khairul is enjoying the party)
Khairul: This is cool! Wooh! I feel like flying! (car coming)
Zamri: The driver is back, keep those things. Khairul! Let’s prepare for home now.
Khairul: No, I still want – give me that thing again. It’s so good!
Zamri: Sssh! Quiet… don’t mention this to anyone or else you’ll never get any of these again .Do you understand?
Khairul: Yes, yes, my best friend, mwaah! (kisses his forehead) “Happy Birthday! “ (car honking)
Zamri: Hurry up! The driver is waiting outside .Fix yourself now and remember next time we come here, you should bring money. Do you understand?
Khairul: Yes, my friend. See you again tomorrow.

Scene III – Back to School
Khairul: Look dad, your son is the number one student in year six. Aren’t you proud of me?
Dad: Of course, I am, okay? I believe you now. Good bye, I have to go to the office.
Khairul: Oops dad. Where’s my reward? (dad gives money)
Dad: You’re clever. That’s why you brought me here.
Khairul: He, he, thank you dad. Oh! Dad, we have a project to do after school. Don’t fetch me this afternoon, Zamri’s driver will send me home again. I’ll be home before 9 o’clock. Don’t worry.
Dad: Okay son. No problem. I trust you.
Voice over: This becomes a habit of Khairul already- telling his dad that money is needed for school – basically for group projects. Sometimes for birthday parties and all other excuses – just to be with Zamri and friends who are bad influences until one day…

Scene IV – School Campus (Students looking at the bulletin board)
Lina: Oh, no! Khairul is not included in the list of the top 5 students for term3 anymore!
Yasmin: There are rumors around- that he is a drug addict now like his best friend, Zamri.
Safi: What? Khairul and Zamri are drug addicts? But poor Khairul…I thought he has brains. (Khairul overheard what the girls were saying. He got depressed, climbed up the ladder to reach the roof of the school building)
Ali: Look! Khairul is climbing up the ladder. Maybe he’s sad because he is no longer the top one student in year six. (Everyone gathered around and got frightened)
Lina: Come down Khairul…You might fall!
Khairul: No! I want to end up my life now. All of you – go away!
Teacher : Khairul, don’t do anything to harm yourself. You’re an intelligent boy – you know the right thing to do.
Khairul : I am not intelligent. I am dumb! My parents will know that I am no longer the top one student. They’ll not trust me anymore. They’ll hate me.
Teacher: In a few minutes, they will be here also Khairul. They love you. They will understand you. Come down.
Khairul: No! I’m sorry, teacher but I don’t deserve to be their son anymore. I am a bad son. They’ll be mad at me. I hate myself (says this three times) (shouting and crying now)
Mother: Son, don’t say that please, we love you. Come down now please…
Khairul: Mother, I’m ashamed of myself now. Everyone looks down on me. Dad will not be proud of me anymore.
Dad: That’s not true son, I am proud of you and will always be because you are my son. We will help you. Promise us that you will really be good this time and never tell a lie anymore.
Khairul: Dad, I am so sorry for the wrong things that I’ve done.
Dad: It’s alright son. Come down now. You might fall.
Khairul: Yes, dad, thank you so much! ( Khairul goes down the ladder, assisted by the dad. Mother embraced him)
Khairul: Please forgive me mom. I love you both.
Mother: We love you too son. Cheer up! Zamri is now in the rehabilitation center. He asked for forgiveness too.
Khairul: Thank you mom, dad. Both of you did everything for me. Promise, I’ll never hurt your feelings again and from now on, you will forever be proud of me. (Khairul embraced by mom and dad. A warm applause from everyone)

Lesson in life: Young minds are fragile. Constant parental guidance is a must!


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Chocolate Cake



By: Geraldine G. Flores (Ms. “G”) 

Our most popular cake. Of course anything choc...
Our most popular cake. Of course anything chocolate! (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A family of four with a strong bond, represented by the time and effort they all put in the kitchen while creating a magnificent piece of work – a moist, mouth watering chocolate cake with a beautiful `dark chocolate glaze. Unfortunately as time went by the distance grew, time spent in the kitchen lessened just as much as the time spent together. Parents too busy living their lives, failing to notice their elder daughter’s increasingly frequent headaches while the children are too innocent to speak up.

Part I : (On the set, Dianne while reading in the living room suddenly felt dizzy)

Dianne: Why am I always feeling this way? My head, oh, it’s so painful. (younger sister Donita appears)

Donita: Dianne, I’d better tell mom and dad about this!

Dianne: No, Donita, they’re both busy. They don’t even have time attending our parent-teacher meetings in school. Don’t worry, I’ll just take some medicine and then after a while, I’ll feel better again. [phone rings twice]

Donita: Reyes residence, good evening (listens to the caller). Dad…dad! The call is for you.

Dad: (To Donita) Thank you. (then speaks to caller on the phone) Oh, yes my friend, I did not forget our appointment tonight. I’ll just  take a shower  then I’ll see you all. Okay? Bye. (dad leaves the living room to get ready)

(Friends Rose and Peter knock at the door)

Rose: Hello Dianne. Hello Donita, you forgot  to attend our meeting this afternoon, that’s why we came to visit you now.

Dianne: Oh sorry, we forgot, please come in. Have a seat.

Peter: Thank you, we actually came here for your mom’s chocolate cake, yummy!

Dianne: I like it too, the chocolate cake of my mom is my favorite, the best of all the chocolate cakes I have ever  tasted in my whole life (about to cry) but I’m sorry – we no longer have any, she’s so busy these past few days. No more time to bake a chocolate cake.

Rose: Oh no Dianne, don’t be sad, don’t worry. Peter  is just kidding, we came here because you and your parents were not around during our meeting.

Donita: So what was the meeting all about?

Peter: We have agreed that we will go camping this weekend, we can bring along our parents.

Dianne: That would be nice, but would that cost too much? And where would that be?

Rose: Not at all! B$60 only for one person and it will include everything  already. We just have to bring our own personal  things. The bus will pick us up 6 am at the covered court.

Peter: Bring your favorite  swimming attire and your mom’s chocolate cake! Just kidding  Dianne. Temburong is so beautiful we could also go swimming there.

Rose: We will experience having a camp fire as we go singing, telling stories, dancing and playing too.

Peter: We will sleep in the tent and feel the real nature’s touch! I’ll bring my video cam with me, would you like to join us?

Donita: That sounds great! Dianne, please… let’s go with them.

Dianne: I’d love to Donita but we have to ask permission and money from our parents. (car sound – broom broom broom) That’s dad for sure.

Donita: Oh no! He’s gone, where’s mom?

Dianne: There in their room… busy.

Rose: Busy working at home?

Donita: No, busy preparing herself.

Rose: Hurry up! For sure she’ll allow you.

Dianne: I hope so, go now Donita,  ask permission from Mom.

Peter: Great ! So, we could count you in now.

Donita: Okay…mommy, mommy, where are you? Dianne, she’s no longer here. (Donita returns to the living room.) As usual she flew away again.

Peter: Is your mommy a bird?

Donita: Of course not! But whenever my dad goes out, she goes out too. We hardly even see each other at   home anymore. I wish everything was like before…mom baking a chocolate cake with me and Dianne, dad – taking our pictures and…(Donita says these lines w/ tears in her eyes)

Dianne: Donita stop. (to their friends) I’m so sorry, we can’t go with you guys on your camping trip this weekend…my head, it’s aching again. Donita, please give me some medicine now.

Donita: Yes, but we really need to go to the hospital, I’m really worried about you.

Dianne: Oh, no, we have no money.

Peter: Don’t worry, I have a lot of money in my  wallet, I’ll bring you to the hospital. (Peter trying to get his wallet from his pocket. Rose stopped her.)

Rose: Never mind showing it, let’s carry Dianne now.

Dianne: Thank you both, for being here. (then Dianne closes her eyes)

Donita: Please don’t leave me, I don’t want to be alone (crying now). Wake up please.

Peter: Hey you! Stop crying. She’s not dead – just dizzy, she’ll be alright. We will bring your sister to the nearest hospital. Go with me and Rose, please inform their parents. (Donita helped Peter carry Dianne instead)

Rose: Okay, I will! Better go now. Peter, take care of them.

Peter:Yes, I will, don’t worry.

Part II: (At the hospital, Dianne lying on a bed, mom and dad were fighting at first then Donita dramatically stops them upon hearing them both.)

Dad: Now, look at what you have done! You’re not in the house. It’s our neighbor  who took Dianne to the hospital.

Mom: Look  who’s talking, you don’t even know Dianne’s sickness.

Dad: You’re  supposed  to be the mom, you should know that.

Mom: And you’re the dad, you’re always out of the house. You don’t have time for us – always off with your friends leaving your family behind!

Dad: And you? You don’t care about us anymore. Maybe, it’s better for us to part ways.

Mom:  (Scoffs) You’re scaring me? Go away! (pushes dad to the door)

(Donita enters through the door. She was listening to their conversation.)

Donita: Dad, mom, I hate you both -even if   Dianne is here in the hospital, you still don’t stop fighting, I’d better leave you  both!

Dad: No Donita, come back!

(Donita about to leave but Dianne called them.)

Dianne: Donita, mommy, daddy (then closes her eyes)

(Everyone starts crying – thinking that Dianne’s gone already)

Mom: Dianne no, wake up, wake up! We love you both, we care for you.

Donita: Dianne, please don’t leave us. I’ll not run away anymore because I know that you’re here for me.

Dad: We’re so sorry Dianne, promise , we will be good parents to you from now on. We love you my daughter. I do love each and  everyone of you.

Dianne: (Wakes up smiling) I’m still alive, I heard all of you – everything you’d said and don’t worry the doctor says I’m okay. I’m very happy – we’re all together now.

Mom: Promise Dianne… from now on, I’ll take care of you and Donita and of course  your dad too. (daughters tease parents)

Dad: I love you (to mom)

Mom: I love you too.

Dad: Dianne, Donita, I love you both – very much  too.  From now on I’ll devote quality time for you, my family. I could never afford losing this wonderful family. I’m so sorry.

Dianne & Donita: Thanks dad, thanks mom, we love you both.

(As friends enter the door, family members  are still embracing each other)

Peter: Flowers for you Dianne from your dad. I bought it for him.

(Dianne looks at dad, smiles and says)

Dianne: Dad, thank You.

Rose: And your favorite chocolate cake too from your mom. She asked me to bring it here. She can’t wait to see you until she has finished baking.

Dianne: Mom, you still remember my favorite?

Mom: Of course Dianne, I love you. I’m so sorry.

Dianne: Thank you, mom.(Diane embraces mom)

(Both with tears in their eyes)

Peter: (Carrying the chocolate cake) Oops! Enough of the crying. The chocolate cake will melt! Can I have a slice now? I miss this badly too.

(Everybody laughs)

Rose: Pretty obvious! Come on pose  first with the chocolate cake. I’ll take a picture. Everyone…1, 2, 3, smile!

Lesson in Life: Never take your family for granted because they are all that matter in the world!


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How to Script


By: Elena Grace Flores

Screenwriter Jim Jennewein visits VFS
Screenwriter Jim Jennewein visits VFS (Photo credit: vancouverfilmschool)

I was delighted to learn that my sister who is an avid script writer apart from being an acting coach and an actress herself – both on TV and stage plays is interested in submitting her original masterpieces to Carelinkwebpr for everyone to enjoy or learn from. We will be posting her scripts one by one in a regular basis. So, for dramatic enthusiasts out there – we will be happy to hear from you after reading her work. Should you need to share or re-publish any script, just do the necessary attributions. We will also appreciate it if you can allocate donations to our site – so that we can continue to help develop God-given talents through our blogs. Here are some tips on how to script for life as explained by our resident script writer, Geraldine Flores recently:


  1. Get Inspired to Start a Topic or Scenario
  2. Imagine the Setting of the  Play
  3. Create the Characters
  4. Plan the Plot
  5. Organize the Structure of the Play
  6. Narrate the Scenario in the Introduction
  7. Write the Story in the Body of the Script
  8. Compose the Dialogues
  9. Add Some Creative Punch Lines
  10. Write the Conclusion

How to script is just like acting – you have to feel every character you are writing about. Putting yourself in his or her shoes will help trigger your creative mind, heart and soul – thus making writing catchy dialogues very natural. It will just flow freely and before you know it, your eyes are already in tears or better yet, you are already sobbing or  laughing depending on the mood of the character.

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