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Bongbong Marcos’ Symbolic Back to Malacanang Video Says It All


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

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Former President Noynoy Aquino’s pledge now makes sense that the recount of Bongbong Marcos’ VP electoral protest is ongoing. He vows to block the return of the late President Ferdinand Marcos’ clan to power. This can only be through election cheating using a political prostitute. Former Vice President Jejomar Binay previously urged him to allow a clean election but to no avail. Binay becomes the target of black media propaganda for refusing to cooperate with his ill intentions. Lots of irregularities are evident in the physical evidence of the ballots from Camarines Sur particularly in Bato during the initial stage. Bongbong Marcos can only be more prepared for this. His latest symbolic back to Malacanang video signifies the Du30-Marcos readiness for the challenges ahead.

Youtube video by; Bongbong Marcos
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No More Monopoly

Social media plays an integral part in providing efficient platforms to counteract black media propaganda from the major mainstream media that are under the nationwide business monopoly. The voice of the people can now be heard loud and clear from the individuals themselves. The transmission is digital unlike the scheduled programming of tri-media through print, TV, and radio facilities.

Robredo Seeks Sympathy

Meanwhile, VP Leni Robredo continues to mimic her strategy that worked in the past by giving the wrong data to an international audience. She did the same thing during a side event of the UN. That gives a bad image to the country and creates a ruthless persona of the president in his drug war. At desperate times, such as these days that the recount continues to uncover her cheating abilities, the problematic VP once again clings to fake news. However, contrary to the statistics of Robredo during her speech at the London School of Economics, Ilocos Norte is among the top 20 richest provinces of the Philippines. This is according to the Philippine Statistics Authority data, said Gov. Imee Marcos.

Power Turn-over

President Rodrigo Du30 is always vocal in saying that he wants to pass the Presidency to Bongbong Marcos. This message is the same as before the elections 2016 up to now. He starts to bring back most of the projects of the former President Marcos especially the infrastructure ones with the help of China and Japan. He might be critical of the US but he never ends the country’s alliance with the Americans as a foreign policy. Instead, he acts as a go-between in the US-North Korean dialogue through his good connection with the Chinese President Xi-Jinping who is an ally of North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and befriended US President Donald Trump.

World Peace NOT War

President Du30 is the leader who genuinely cares about his people’s welfare. This is the reason why he wants to step down to give way to the younger Marcos. He adapts the Marcos patriarch’s advice to the late Corazon Aquino in borrowing money to build public infrastructures. He understands the concept of having the collateral to pay such debts that the late President installed for the country many years ago through the World Bank. Come to think of it. China or any country won’t lend Philippines enormous amount if they do not believe that Filipinos have the ability to pay. Du30’s moves definitely trigger peace and not war.

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UN Security: To Punish North Korea For Nuclear Test

North Korea

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Pyongyang’s nuclear test will not go unscathed. The United Nations will make sure that punishment will be imposed to the violating country despite doubts. UK and UN for sure will not stop pestring the UN, Read it from News Sky:

The UK and the US are among UN members demanding tough new sanctions against Pyongyang, but experts doubt they will be effective.

The UN Security Council has said “significant measures” will be taken against North Korea after the secretive state defied sanctions and performed a nuclear test explosion.

In an emergency meeting on Friday night, members condemned the “brazen defiance” of Pyongyang – with US ambassador Samantha Power calling on the council to use “every tool at its disposal” to show Kim Jong-un there are consequences for his country’s actions.

The non-military actions taken by the UN Security Council will depend on China, a major ally to Pyongyang which fears any instability on the Korean peninsula.

It is unclear how effective further sanctions would be in curbing Kim Jong-un’s nuclear ambitions.

North Korea has been under UN sanctions since 2006 – and the impoverished country has continued to speed up the development of its nuclear and missile programmes even though fresh sanctions were enforced in March after months of negotiations, mainly between the US and China.

Professor Tadashi Kimiya, who specialises in Korean issues, told Reuters: “Sanctions have already been imposed on almost everything possible, so the policy is at an impasse.

“In reality, the means by which the United States, South Korea and Japan can put pressure on North Korea have reached their limits.”

Pyongyang perceives neighbouring South Korea and the US as its main enemies, and said its Friday’s test – which caused a 5.0-magnitude seismic event – proved its scientists were capable of mounting a nuclear warhead on a medium-range ballistic missile.

Initial estimates suggest the nuclear detonation, the country’s fifth, was its most destructive yet – with an explosive power that was the equivalent of between 10,000 and 30,000 tonnes of TNT.

That could make the blast larger than the bomb dropped by the US on Hiroshima in World War Two.

The Pentagon is going to deploy a US Air Force plane to the region to collect air particles and debris in the atmosphere in an attempt to confirm the exact nature of North Korea’s test.

At a meeting of top security officials, South Korean President Park Geun-hye said: “We have to believe that Kim Jong-un’s mental state is spiralling out of control because he is not listening to any words from the international community or neighbouring countries in his attempt to cling to power.”

State television in North Korea said the successful test meant the country could produce “a variety of smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear warheads of higher strike power at will”.

On the streets of its capital city, residents seemed delighted at the outcome, with one saying: “It’s really great news. Now I am full of confidence that if the enemies make any little provocations we will make a counter attack and we will surely win.”

Although the US has said it is open to diplomatic talks on the denuclearisation of North Korea, the last negotiations in 2008 collapsed.


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North Korea Major Crises: floods are disaster says Red Cross

North Korea

welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

No country deserves devastating calamities. North Korea hits that at present. Rescue efforts are facilitated but quite a task to complete. Read the news here:

The  News

Rescue workers are struggling to reach stricken communities in the country’s far north, where thousands have been left homeless, and the risk of disease is looming

At least 133 people are known to have died after torrential rains triggered massive floods that tore through villages, devastating entire communities and washing away buildings.

Hundreds more are missing and 140,000 people are in urgent need of food and shelter.

“The floods came through with such force, they destroyed everything in their path,” Staines said.

“People were salvaging whatever possessions they could from piles of debris that used to be their homes.”

Some 24,000 houses have been totally destroyed and thousands more damaged, with the full extent of the disaster still emerging as rescue workers battle to reach areas that have been totally cut off, the Red Cross said.

“There was barely a building left unscathed,” in some villages they visited on the outskirts of Hoeryong City, Staines said.

“People displaced from the floods are now in a very difficult situation and there are real risks of secondary disasters, particularly relating to people’s health,” Staines added.

At least 100,000 people in Hoeryong City do not have safe drinking water, with up to 600,000 people in the affected area facing disruptions to their water supply, the Red Cross said.

The disaster is set to worsen North Korea’s already chronic food shortages, with around 16,000 hectares (40,000 acres) of farmland inundated just weeks before the local maize and rice crops were due to be harvested.

“Their loss is another disaster that will be felt in the coming weeks and months,” the Red Cross warned.

The impoverished nation is vulnerable to natural disasters, especially floods, due partly to deforestation and poor infrastructure.


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