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Du30-Marcos Relations with China Softens American-North Korean-Japanese Conflict

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

It was a worldwide perception in the past that the Chinese would always aid North Korea, regarded as its little brother. However, the foreign relations now has changed. Philippine President Du30 regained the same friendship with the Chinese as the late President Ferdinand Marcos’ time. It is backed up nowadays by his son, Bongbong Marcos to prevent World War III. The American President reaches out to the Filipino leader to talk to China to help reprimand Pyong Yang’s Kim Jung Un. Beijing is North Korea’s only significant ally but is now frustrated over its nuclear and missile tests. China recently closes its main road connection with North Korea allegedly for repair but the reopening is indefinite.





Video by;  Fox News

[VIDEO]: Tensions with North Korea in focus after missile test




North Korea is Isolated

The bridge closure comes after state-owned airline Air China suspended flights between Beijing and North Korea. This is due to a lack of demand. But it deepens the North’s isolation amid mounting U.N. sanctions. China, who has the alliance of Russia warns North Korea that it is alone should it declare war on Japan or America.




Du30’s Strategy

Du30  tells Trump to stop threatening North Korea and assure Kim Jong Un instead that there are no plans to oust him. The U.S., Japan, China and South Korea should sit down with the North Korean leader to tackle the Pyongyang regime’s weapons development and missile tests, the tough-talking President said.



Japan is on the Defensive Side

The city of Fukuoka in western Japan conducts a drill to prepare for another possible North Korean ballistic missile launch. This happens two days after Pyongyang’s recent missile test. About 50 people at Tenjin Chuo Park in the center of the city moved underground. Residents received a second alert five minutes later informing them that a missile had flown over the country. This might instill fear among the people but the government feels it’s necessary.








Diplomatic Ties

The Japanese learned from the atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the Americans during World War II. They might be a sleeping warrior now but preparations are in place to minimize collateral damages should a missile or nuclear attack happens. Unline World War II, if World War III manifests, the Philippines together with the Chinese, Japanese, Americans and even the Russians vow to isolate and suppress North Korea immediately. Thanks to the Du30-Marcos brilliance.

http://www.newsweek.com/japan-preparing-north-korea-war-drills-phone-alerts-evacuation-training-729190

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/china-closing-main-road-connection-with-north-korea/2017/11/24/322f9f24-d107-11e7-a87b-47f14b73162a_story.html?utm_term=.1f90a3f5a786

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-29/ahead-of-trump-talks-duterte-urges-end-to-threats-on-pyongyang

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Bongbong Marcos as Vice President can Clear Out ICC, Local, and Foreign Threats against Du30

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The new Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque is the only Philippine lawyer allowed to practice law at the ICC as a human rights crusader. He hopes to be able to advise the President directly regarding the manner and methods for the drug war. The international case against Du30 is the last straw of the opposition to take him down. Meanwhile, on foreign relations, the US President decides to extend his trip to Asia, a day more in the Philippines to coincide with the East Asia regional summit. He warns China anew that “warrior nation” Japan could take matters into its own hands if the threat posed by North Korea is not addressed. Du30’s strategies with the US, China, and Japan are obviously working but his detractors can’t settle with that not until Bongbong Marcos wins the electoral protest against VP Leni Robredo soon.






Youtube video by; janean calabria

[VIDEO]: Compilation of Bongbong Marcos-Du30 cooperation.




ICC as Last Resort

Roque said that the ICC is the “court of last resort,” and that there is no evidence that proves Du30 ordered killings to be carried out by the so-called Davao Death Squad (DDS). The case pertains to the alleged violations during his stint as Davao City mayor. The ICC will only exercise jurisdiction “if local courts are unwilling or unable to do so.” Parties have to show that a case filed in the Philippines did not succeed before it can go to the ICC, Roque added.




Not Missing the East Asian Summit

Trump left Joint Base Andrews and is bound for Hawaii. From there he will travel on to Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. The American President unleashes a barrage of invective comments against political foes. This even includes his own Justice Department, which is investigating his campaign’s ties to Russia. He also announces during departure that the marathon trip is extended to include an East Asia Summit in the Philippines, which he had been slated to miss.




Japan as Warrior Nation

“Japan is a warrior nation, and I tell China and I tell everyone else that listens, I mean, you’re gonna have yourself a big problem with Japan pretty soon if you allow this to continue with North Korea,” Trump said. President Xi Jinping has been “pretty terrific” on North Korea, and that “China is helping us,” he added. The Chinese leader chides from Trump for failing to rein in Kim. China implements tougher UN sanctions against North Korea instead. That warms up Xi’s relationship with the US leader. North Korea in July launched two intercontinental ballistic missiles apparently capable of reaching the US mainland, according to its leader Kim Jong-Un as a gift to “American bastards.”









Bongbong Marcos’ Take

Bongbong Marcos clearly said that Du30’s enemies would only stop attacking the President when he becomes Vice President. He added that those who are against the Filipino leader cannot bear him having to replace Du30 as President. it is not a secret that there is some kind of Du30-Marcos understanding even before the election 2016. In fact, most of the President’s controversial but effective moves follow the principles of the late President Ferdinand Marcos. The people are anxiously waiting for the recount date from the Supreme Court.




http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/10/30/17/roque-says-up-to-duterte-to-tap-him-as-lawyer-in-icc-case

https://www.rappler.com/nation/187297-trump-extend-stay-ph-attend-east-asia-summit-white-house

Trump warns China Japan could take action on NKorea




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WBO Review: Pacquiao Won Only 5 Rounds vs Horn’s 7 Boxing Rounds

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The Philippines Games and Amusements Board said that it only wants to protect the integrity of boxing. It cites the miscalls by the referee and judges. Based on this, five anonymous, competent Judges from different countries were asked by the WBO to review the bout without sound. The results show that Pacquiao won 5 rounds while Horn won 7 rounds.






Youtube video by; Rappler
[VIDEO]: Senator Manny Pacquiao on Wednesday urges the World Boxing Organization to act on a protest letter sent by the Games and Amusements Board, the Philippines’ regulatory body for boxing.



Unfair but Cannot Change

THE World Boxing Organisation re-scores the Manny Pacquiao-Jeff Horn welterweight title fight. This is because of the contentious unanimous decision awarded to the Australian challenger. However, it was clarified that there is no plan to change the result. The WBO just responded to the request of a Philippines government department to review the fight. Pacquiao accepted the decision but said that the referee was unfair.




Re-Scoring Results

The re-scoring tallied directly with two of the judges on the night. They both gave the 115-113 score for Horn. The third judge, Waleska Roldan, scored the Australian 117-111.




Promoter not Surprised

Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum indicates that a re-match with Horn is possible for November or December this year. Pacquiao was also open to this as confirmed by him during an interview after the fight. He is always welcome to the Australian audience because of his graciousness after his defeat.









End of Contract

The Philippine Senator, on the other hand, claims that his promotional agreement with Arum is at an end and he also considers retirement at 38. He is actually old already for the ring but Arum leaves the re-match decision to Pacquiao.

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Senator Nancy Binay Hailed Manny Pacquiao for Making the Philippines Proud Again

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Senator Nancy Binay praises fellow Senator Manny Pacquiao who managed to defeat Vargas during their recent boxing match, stripping him with his title. Pacquiao still attending his mandate full time never ceases to make the Filipinos proud again. Here’s the story from Senate:

Youtube video by: Balitang Maharlika
[VIDEO]: Few months ago, Senator Nancy Binay felt vindicated with the developments in the Senate. Now, she puts that behind her and Praises Pacman for the win against Vargas.



Senator Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao

Muling ipinamalas sa atin ng ating pambansang kamao, si Senator Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao, ang galing at determinasyon ng Pilipino nang kanyang sungkutin ang World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight belt mula sa Mehikanong si Jesse Vargas.




Despite all the advantages that the younger Vargas had over him, all the doubts on his conditioning, and the talks on his retirement, Manny again proved all his detractors wrong.



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Pinatuyan ni Manny na kaya pa niyang lumaban, na kaya pa niyang manalo.

I have seen how Senator Manny works in the Senate, on how dedicated he is to serve our country. I believe that this is the same fire that fuels him in boxing and it is very much alive.



Pilipino

Maraming salamat, Manny, sa karangalan at papuri na iyong inaani para sa bansa. Ngunit higit pa dito, maraming salamat sa iyong pagiging inspirasyon sa bawat Pilipino — na kaya nating abutin ang bawat pangarap basta’t mayroon tayong pagsisikap, tiyaga, at pananampalataya sa sarili’t at sa Maykapal.




Isang mainit na pagbati sa iyong tagumpay, Manny! Mabuhay ang Pambansang Kamao! Mabuhay ang Pilipino!

http://www.senate.gov.ph/press_release/2016/1106_binay1.asp

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Duterte’s Drug War bound to Fail like in many Countries with same Strategies

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

President Rodrigo Duterte tries applying nationally a formula his supporters find to have worked in Davao. His iron-fist approach restored security amid vigilante killings and set up social services unusual in the underdeveloped south. International experts predicted that is bound to fail nationally.





[VIDEO]: Various drug war strategies in many countries were conducted in the past but despite being bloody and expensive, the problems on illegal drugs continue to this date.



Identical Drug War

Philippines has declared a drug war “identical” to those launched in the United States and parts of Latin America and Asia in the past decades. The campaigns led to arrests and deaths but did little to hold back the stream of substances.



Violence due to ill-conceived Policy

What the world witnessed in countries with wars against cartels like Mexico, however, were deaths and “spiraling levels of violence” which many experts have attributed to an ill-conceived government policy.



Ineffective Approach

At least one thousand leaders, including those whose countries have waged war against drugs, admitted that it was ineffective, misguided and only led to disaster.




Disaster in Latin America

“In Latin America, the ‘unintended’ consequences of war have been disastrous. Thousands of people have lost their lives in drug-related violence. Drug lords have taken over entire communities. Misery has spread. Corruption is undermining fragile democracies.



Public Backed Drug War ousted the Prime Minister

The drug war in Thailand in 2003 was backed by public support, but the country eventually pulled back from the policy marked by related killings and shunning of drug users as it did little to curb demand. Instead, addicts consumed illegal substances in hiding and diseases eventually spread. Treatment was neither available in prisons.



Justice Discrimination

Former US President Richard Nixon called drugs “public enemy number one” in 1971. But saw a ballooning number of poor, black people behind bars. Drug supply and production were only temporarily disrupted. It has destroyed policy-community relations in many areas. The Philippines’ drug war can have a different outcome, but it cannot be good based on the world’s experience.

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/08/28/asia/philippines-voices-drugs-war/

http://newslab.philstar.com/war-on-drugs/policy

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