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Camp Binay Boycotts Freedom Society Wall





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores




This is to let all Camp Binay members know that there’s a unanimous request from the leaders of Camp Binay to boycott Freedom Society Wall as per the following statement:

Glessie Salutillo: Sa lahat ng mga Pro Binay,
Pakiusap lang? hwag na tayo pumasok sa Freedom Society, please lang, Bias mga paliwanag dito, pagkatapos ng argumento dito tungkol jan sa nireklamo ko sa ginawa kay Elena Grace Giangan Flores, please lang mag leave the group na tayo dito! Salamat
#CampBinay

Saying, to all Camp Binay members – you are hereby requested not to enter the Freedom Society wall anymore. The arguments here are bias as what they did to the libelous post against Elena Grace Giangan Flores. It is also observed that no admin officer got the courage to follow their own policy – which is not to initiate any personal attack against a member.
Here’s the attack:




Enday_Yu_Libel_PostAlthough as explained by Drey Garcia:

Kapag ang claim ng ibang media ay half truth, jan pumapasok si Elena Grace Giangan Flores para sa other side of the coin. Yan dapat ang patas na pagpapahayag.

If other medias are reporting half truth about a topic, Elena Grace Giangan Flores will cover the other side of the story. That’s fair journalism; he said.

Another defense from Andat Sevoj:

Eh di wow!!
Inform what?? Hello!! Gising ka ba?? You are personally attacking Elena Grace Giangan Flores! Thats her link. Thats google certified. Kung trip nya pagtanggol si Binay sa mga blogs nya that’s her right! And you dont have to yell to the public na may warning pa! Enday Yu, inapakan mo pagkatao ni Elena sa ginawa mo. At huwag mo gawing bobo ang mga tao.. Once they read the blog, kung solido sila sa mga manok nila, at hindi sila boto kay binay then they would know if they need not open elenas articles anymore! Ganito lang yan eh.. Kunwari nasa manggahan ka. Maraming nalaglag na bunga. Pumulot ka ng isa, pagbukas mo eh bulok pala.. Would you still care to open another one na galing din sa laglag?? Diba once is enough for a wise man??

This is a clear personal attack against Elena Grace Giangan Flores. Her articles bear the authorship required by Google – and that if she chooses to defend Binay in her blogs then it’s her choice. You do not have to warn people about it. You are stepping on Elena’s rights. Just take it like this. Those who are anti-Binay who happen to read her blog, will still vote for their candidate if they are not convinced with the facts stated – you wouldn’t want to read crap again right? One word is enough for a wise man; added Andat.

Vergel Boy Gamboa: calling the admins of this group (Vergel called the attention of the admin officers desperately but they were nowhere to be found). However, Camp Binay demanded to delete the post but it seems that the anti-Binays are determined to keep it at this time of writing, but we never know – if it happens to disappear one day.




Here’s the defense:
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The Supreme Court, a person or entity who posts something (in words or pictures) — which can be proven false, and is intended to harm the reputation of another by tending to bring the target into ridicule, hatred, scorn or contempt of others — may be arrested, detained, and imprisoned because of libel. Yes, in the Philippines, libel is still a criminal offense. It is defamation in its very essence, but covers published work on print, television and other traditional media. The same is now true for new media like the internet.

Why are the anti-Binays so hot on the pro-Binays? Clear proof that Vice President Jejomar Binay is the leading presidentiable in 2016, despite the massive attempts of destroying his good name?

Article Source: Asian Journal

Other Important Events: Here are the links to the full transcriptions and video of July 7, 2015 Binay Senate Probe:

Part 1: Senate Probe Media Favors Binay Anew – July 7, 2015
Part 2: Trillanes’s Accusations are Opposite from the Witnesses’ – Part 2 July 15, 2015 Binay Senate Probe

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Is Bong Bong Marcos Presidentiable?


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

I idolized the late President Ferdinand Marcos same as I wanted to be like the late Ninoy Aquino – at least in his ability to handle public speaking and his journalistic skills. I was living in Thailand for 15 years and I was not in the country when President Marcos was ousted. When I came back for good in 2005, I began soul searching. I did not only research about my past but also about the personalities whom I looked up to. I got most of my reference materials from the Aquino museum in Tarlac for my research on Ninoy – but I was dismayed for the fact that he was using his media capabilities to rebel against the government despite not making a move to verify allegations. He was totally on the other side and believed only one-sided stories. So, I decided to look into the Marcos’ side. Believing that you can see how the parents were through the children, I was anxious to watch this video:

Powerhouse (Bahay ni Sen. Bong Bong Marcos) – 17 September 2013 Tuesday (Full Episode)


Posted at YouTube by: GMA PinoyTV  

Is Bong Bong Marcos Presidentiable? I am not there yet to answer that question but I noted the following traits observed during the interview:

  • The late President Marcos never lost his temper
  • The Marcos children were protected from the traumatic experience during the Edsa revolution
  • Bong Bong Marcos is a wide reader – and he also read about the enemies of his father’s regime
  • There’s no sign of hatred in Bong Bong Marcos’s heart over the Aquino clan
  • Bong Bong Marcos is a logistic planner when he implemented improvements in his Ilocos territory
  • He is a fluent Tagalog speaker despite spending most of his young life abroad

The rest you can judge for yourself from the video. All I can say is – you can clearly see how knowledgeable Bong Bong Marcos is with what he is into, in contrast with President Noynoy Aquino’s CNN interview with Christiane Amanpour where he seems to be in limbo – answering the opposite on what is seen in the footage of the Typhoon Haiyan or Yolanda aftermath. Your call!

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