Monday, May 30, 2016

That Leyte Rape Case. Where is the CHR?

We heard a lot of reactions, even filing of case by the Commission on Human Rights about the issues regarding Duterte. But where is the so called Commission on Human Rights (CHR) when it comes to rape cases involving people from the church sector? Let's watch the news, this was around 2010. From then, did we ever heard someone ended in jail? Did the CHR, cried for injustice about this? What's your reaction?

Watch the news clip!

Friday, May 27, 2016


The election fever is over, but Duterte supporters are not done yet in defending their idol from bad publicity and negative issues concerning the next President of the Philippines.

Mr. Riyoh, a songwriter and real Duterte supporter cannot control his emotions in just watching Lourd de Veyra's 'Open Letter to the Next President, that sounded like an anti-Duterte propaganda, so Mr. Riyoh answered the pointers one by one.

Watch the video

Sunday, May 22, 2016

BASTE DUTERTE to appear in People Asia Magazine

People Asia magazine teased late Friday that the soon-to-be presidential son Sebastian "Baste" Duterte will appear in their June issue, sharing a behind-the-scenes shot on their
FB page.

A behind-the-scenes snap from Baste's photoshoot was released on Friday. "Another first from People Asia," the caption read. The magazine did not specify whether the upcoming issue will feature Baste on the cover or not.

Baste, with his shy and quiet demeanor, has garnered quite a following online in recent weeks, with clips featuring him singing or eating on a sidewalk in Davao City drawing hundreds of thousands of views on Facebook.

He has admitted to being wary about the spotlight that comes with being the son of the most powerful man in the country, and said that he would prefer to stay in Davao should his father assume the presidency

Duterte to Remove Age Limit to Job Seekers

Senator Pia Cayetano one of the guides of President Rodrigo Duterte said she recorded Senate Charge No. 29 or the Counter Age Segregation in Livelihood Demonstration of 2013 to put a conclusion to what she considered a developing kind of separation in the work front.

The bill is as yet pending and they are trusting that the Duterte's organization is going to push it promptly.

The bill deny and penelize bosses who will decrease any application as a result of the occupation seeker's age.

As per the OFWs who chose to backtrack to the nation and search for occupations here in the Philippines have encountered this age segregation rehearse by neighborhood bosses. This is in spite of the certainty they have increased long years of involvement in working abroad.

Numerous Filipinos trust that As far as possible Prerequisites is the main source of unemployment in the Philippines.

"In view of our age, we can't land a position in the Philippines so our lone answer for land a position is to work abroad where there is no age separation"

Supporters of Rody Duterte are trusting that the age separation is going to actualize under Duterte's organization.