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President Aquino: “Did I do right?”


Philippine President Benigno Aquino III commented: “You know at the end of the day, the only criteria I have is: Did I do right? And sometimes the right decision may be unpopular. And sometimes, it seems that conversely the wrong decision is immensely popular”.

A small dog is asking the bigger one: "Did I do right?"

A small dog is asking the bigger one: “Did I do right?”. http://www.wordatthenet.com

This was in response to the ups and downs of approval and trust ratings of the President as reported by Delon Porcalla in The Philippine Star News issue dated December 10, 2013.

Considering that President Aquino is asking Did I do right?”, Filipino political friends are advised to help him. Specifically, the Filipino multiple same-sex partners, pornographers, lesbians, homosexuals including the Filipino homosexual priests, who are the legal beneficiaries of the Reproductive Health Law should now intimately and voluntarily offer their help. This time, the President needs a good advise from his Filipino “boss“.

Did he do it right? (more…)

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“Parenthood” in Reproductive Health Law


The operational definition of traditional “parenthood” is modified by R.A 10354, otherwise known as ““An Act Providing for National Policy on Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health””.

Parenthood is like riding in escalator-you maybe up or down.

Parenthood is like riding in escalator-you maybe up or down. http://www.wordatthenet.com.

It is due to the letter and spirit of the law, which include persons and their multiple same-sex partners as parents.

All Filipino lesbians, homosexuals, including sexual perverts and pornographers must therefore thank President Benigno Aquino III for this benefit. Because, the President has finally proven to them that they are his “boss” too.

Therefore, instead of criticizing the President, they, including homosexual priests, should stop, as he had not only signed but also urgently made into law a health law,  purposely,  for the sake of their sexual “lust”, at the cost of taxing-paying Filipino public, including Congressman Manny  Pacquiao. (Only that-Congressman Pacquiao paid more (more…)

Same-sex Relations in Reproductive Health Law


Reproductive Health (RH) law or R.A 10354 was finally passed by the Philippine Senate and the House of Representatives on December 19, 2012. On December 21, 2012, it was signed into law by President Benigno Aquino III.

You don't see same sex relations in the Taoist temple. Look for it in RH law.

You don’t see same sex relations in the Taoist temple. Look for it in RH law. http://www.wordatthenet.com.

Immediately, prior thereto or on December 3, 2013, Typhoon Pablo, a Category 5 super typhoon with winds of 175 mph (280 km/h) killed more than 1,020, with 844 people missing in Mindanao, reported on December 16, 2012.

It was feared that fatalities exceeded the 1,268 confirmed dead after Typhoon Sendong or Washi hit the southern Philippines on December 16, 2011.

On November 8, 2013, Philippines was severely hit by Typhoon Yolanda, with 5,560 confirmed dead based on a report from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) issued on November 26. Yolanda followed Cebu-Bohol earthquake, which happened last October 15, 2013.

A mere yearly coincidence? Four (4) major (more…)

Mr. Aquino, investigate yourself first


Mr. President, investigate yourself first before investigating the Local Chief Executives (LCEs). Because, if the LCEs  underestimated typhoon Yolanda-it was in the same manner that the administration underestimated the anger of the One who created the typhoon.

The stairway could be dangerous if not first investigated by one who passes through.

The stairway could be dangerous if not first investigated by one who passes through. http://www.wordatthenet.com.

While they were inadvertent in their respective duties, you yourself, including your administration, had politically and intentionally also instigated the “anger”.

This is in response to the political move of President Benigno Aquino to investigate LCEs due to heavy damage and death brought by Typhoon Yolanda, intently and politically, laying blame on the alleged but equally inadvertent local government units in destroyed provinces and municipalities.

In so far as this specific issue is concerned, if the President does not like incompetents in the government, then, he should be the first one to go. Because the calamities being suffered by Filipinos are not ordinary scenarios.

The Bohol-Cebu earthquake and typhoon (more…)

Roman Catholics day of mourning


Roman Catholic Alleged Church had  declared a day of mourning for Yolanda victims. This is in today’s headline in DZMM teleradyo, November 17,2013.

Mourning may result in chatting beneath falling bridge.

Mourning may result in chatting beneath falling bridge. http://www.wordatthenet.com

Next, of course, would be its departure from the Philippines when Filipinos finally realize that the root cause of calamities in the country is the Roman Catholism, which for centuries was served diligently by Filipinos, without rancor because of deception.

So, to save more, Roman Catholic priests and nuns/sisters  should combine their celebration of day of mourning together with the day of their departure from the Philippines.

Two in one celebration. More memorable. Added, of course, to the invited in the celebration are the victims of Yolanda-Typhoon-Bohol-Cebu-earthquake today, and tomorrow’s victims in many many more calamities to come, until their departure.

The Pope must also attend this celebration (more…)

Aquino: 2,000-2,500; Red Cross: 22,000 missing


Previously, President Benigno Aquino was advised in this site to report honestly on the number of death caused by Yolanda, which the  publisher had fixed at 18,000. On November 14, 2013, Aquino reported at around 2,000-2,500 deaths. National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) however reported as of November 13, 2913 at 2,344 death toll.

No missing in SM Reclamation Park

No missing in SM Reclamation Park. http://www.wordatthenet.com

Some aid workers however are skeptics at Aquino’s lower death toll. Specifically, on same date, the Philippine Red Cross put it at 22,000 missing but precautions itself and says” that this figure include people who had since been located”. The following day November 15, 2013, The Philippine Star reported that a Police official was sacked over 10,000 fatality estimates .

Today, November 16, 2013, the NDRRMC put it at 3,632 deaths per DZMM teleradyo report. And Palace says that there is no manipulation of number of deaths caused by Yolanda. But on the same day at Tacloban City alone, 400 bodies were recovered.

The politics on calamity is ongoing. But this event is not on politics thus, it is advised that it be (more…)

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