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Bongbong Marcos’ VP Electoral Protest Update Amidst ASEAN Big Time Arrivals

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

As world leaders arrive one after the other for the 31st ASEAN Summit in Manila, the supporters of Bongbong Marcos have nowhere to resort to when it comes to getting updates on his electoral protest against VP Leni Robredo. Most media channels are tuned into the big event.  Nevertheless, it is evident on the former Senator’s website that something vital is cooking. A video compilation of the protest’s series of events from the 2016 elections campaign to the poll fiasco is reviewed. The question is: Do you really believe that there was no massive cheating during the last national poll?





Video by; Bongbong Marcos Website

[VIDEO]: Review of events from the 2016 elections campaigns to the present status of Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest.



Clark Airport Arrivals

Laos Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and dialogue partners Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull have all arrived at the Clark airport in Pampanga.




NAIA Entries

Arrivals at NAIA include Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, South Korean President Moon Jae-In, and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev also followed. The presence of United States President Donald Trump already grabs headlines.

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Protest Update Prior to the Big Time Arrivals

The Supreme Court that sits as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal earlier ruled that the Commission on Elections must pay for the storage fees of election materials kept in foreign posts. In a 6-page decision dated October 10, the PET denied the Comelec’s petition to request that the storage fees be charged to Marcos whose electoral protest against Vice President Leni Robredo is still ongoing. It awaits the SC’s recount date.









Essence of the Video

Judging from news reports on Marcos’ somewhat impossible defeat as they happen, one can immediately conclude that he probably lost because of some dirtiest ever election fraud techniques. The COMELEC chair’s resignation is not enough to let him get away from all these. Even the impeachment of the SC Chief Justice may have also caused some delays to the proceeding. Two other recounts are ongoing before Marcos’ case is taken up. In spite of the uncertainties, a countdown is ignited coupled with teasers for a bright future as far as the late Former President Ferdinand Marcos’ namesake is concerned.



http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2017/11/12/PH-welcomes-more-world-leaders-ASEAN.html

Mainstream Media Starts to Report on Bongbong Marcos’ Initial Victory




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Son, I Love You


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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.

THE END

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