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Bongbong Marcos to Media: Let the Philippine President Rule the Country

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

If Nikki Haley did not say this through the media; “Give Duterte space to run the Philippines,” Bongbong Marcos already said that in another way; Let the Philippine President do what he thinks is right for the country. After all, they both have one message. Allow the president to lead and rule the nation according to his discretion.






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“Once the toothpaste is out of the tube, it is awfully hard to get it back in.”

The uproar and fierce controversy resulting from an opinion in one publication about the US Ambassador to the UN’s alleged statement prompts the author to explain his side. It is something that is true based on factual research. However, there was no confirmation that Haley said it word to word. Since it is out, he cannot erase it. He said; I look at the controversy over Nikki Haley in the same spirit. Now that the idea is out of the bag (that Du30 should be given space), it’s going to be hard to erase it from the minds of his supporters.




Bongbong Marcos Said the Same Thing

Most liberal media put a label on it as Fake News. However, analytical media practitioners believe that such disclosure is a common opinion among the true democratic figures. Bongbong Marcos said this in a different way when he was asked about his opinion on the President’s decision to declare Martial Law in Mindanao.




Enrile Highlights the Job of the President

Former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile is also noted for some lines with the same context as Marcos. He stresses that it is the job of the President to decide on the best thing to do in every situation for the good of his people. That’s the job of the President, the wise man said.








 

Media vs. Social Media

Popular public opinion can easily be measured through social media. No matter how biased media do their one-sided campaign, social media can always dispute it at once. Most journalists who have no diverse knowledge on how online publications work can only blame the trolls and call unfavorable articles as Fake. The rule is simple. A verifiable news is not a fake nor a work of trolls.




‘You cannot put the toothpaste or Nikki Haley back in the tube’




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On Nikki Haley and Bongbong Marcos: Opinion Not a FAKE Contrary to Media Propaganda

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Various local media are quick to denounce that US Ambassador to the UN’s alleged statement was FAKE that becomes a propaganda. They cited the quotes she made as per speech transcript and the Ambassador to Philippine ‘s denial that Haley did not favor President Du30. However, there was no mention that Haley herself denied it which is contrary to her stand in various media interviews. She always corrects the media spot on. In one of her interviews, she stresses the use of “common sense” while clarifying the US President’s actions on North Korea’s threats. On the local front, Bongbong Marcos directly denies the Marcos inheritance distribution publicity. Most media still give full coverage without the identity of the mastermind. If this is not a Fake, Haley’s case is also not. It’s just a matter of opinion.






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Understanding Freedom of Speech

The mainstream media’s failure to report the two sides of a story made budding journalists both online and offline to fill the gap when it comes to news dissemination. In the digital age, it is handy for social media practitioners to gauge a popular public opinion. The motivation is the support of their avid readers or subscribers. No writer is inspired to write news that nobody reads, so to speak.



People’s Sentiments

Google is very strict in penalizing Fake news. However, in today’s world, it’s a number’s game. In a democracy, the majority always wins. So, if a news becomes viral, that means, that resembles the people’s sentiments. The Media who are critical of such news must look at their own actions. In most cases, they tend to create scenarios that are not true just to support their interests – just like in the Bongbong Marcos articles.



News with Verifiable Facts are not Fake

A pro-administration media is castigated for publishing an opinion on Haley’s so-called quote or misquote that favors the President regardless of its source. The website that bears almost the same name can dispute that based on the laws of their land. The fact is, the source of the quote really exists. It is also not a crime to make an opinion based on a topic regardless of where it comes from.








US-Philippine Media Situation

Haley’s intelligent comments to the media just show that the US and the Philippines have the same problem of liberal journalism. The leaders of both countries are also the unorthodox type. An effective speaker like Haley can really counter-act the ill-intentions of some journalists that may intend to mock the leadership by stressing on his unique expressions rather than the real score of his actions. The Philippines is yet to find the Filipino Haley.




http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/09/25/1742503/us-embassy-ambassador-misquoted-speech-was-never-made

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US Ambassador to UN Haley: US Media Quits Liberalism Propaganda against Du30’s Drug War

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

In her United Nations speech recently, the US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley turns to the Philippines with regards to the big human rights task. Haley is on the side of President Du30 and the Philippines. She tells the UN General Assembly and international human rights organizations: “The Philippines is suffocating. We must give the Philippine the space to run his nation. We must respect their independence. It is not in our purview to decide administrative issues for the country. “That is the job of the president.”






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Human Rights to Work with the President on Drug War

Haley elaborated: “Destructive forces have never given the Duterte administration enough space to jump-start his programs of government; they did not even afford him the proverbial honeymoon period. Now, they have calibrated their plot to ouster movements and this is just the second year of his presidency.” She called on human rights groups (the UN’s included) to be impartial and not take political sides while dispensing their duties in any particular nation. She asked HR groups in the Philippines to engage in consultations with the Du30 government and shun political stances which may lead to a loss of relevance and credibility for the country.



Goodbye International Liberalism

The biggest boost for the Philippines in the unveiling of Trump’s new foreign policy doctrine will likely lie in its unblushing endorsement and defense of the sovereignty of nations. He espouses not only America’s return to greatness; he recognizes the sovereignty of rival powers like Russia, China, and virtually all nations. And that, of course, includes the Philippines. America under Trump is turning away from the architecture of liberal internationalism that has been dominant in international relations for so many decades, since the collapse of the Soviet Union.



Du30’s Strategy is Right

President Du30 was right in steering Philippine foreign policy towards closer relations with China, Russia, the ASEAN, while taking care to forge strong relations with the US. These developments invest added significance to the coming ASEAN leaders’ summit in November, which the country will host and where the US, China, and Russia, and other major nations will be in attendance. The Philippines is destined to become a bigger player in international affairs, commensurate with its size and impressive growth.








US Media Ceases Enthusiasm for Drug War Propaganda

The hope of the opposition that human rights violations or extra-judicial killings (EJKs) will be the way to bring down the Du30 presidency may have received a mortal blow. The enthusiasm of US media for grisly stories about the drug war will fade out. There is now zero chance that the US will interrupt with the regime change in the Philippines. Tindig coalition’s effort is just a waste.




Superstar speaks: Give Duterte space to run the Philippines