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The last-minute vile attacks by lying amok Senator Antonio Trillanes will not stop presidential race front runner Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte from clinching the presidency in May.


Trillanes, running by his lonesome for vice president under his Magdalo Party, is utterly wrong if thinks he could impede Duterte’s race to victory with his expose of lies about the mayor’s alleged hidden wealth.



Like a deranged moron with a machinegun armed with duds, Trillanes’ foul mouth spewed out venom spiced up with allegations that Duterte had more than P200 million in hidden deposits at the Bank of the Philippine Island (BPI) as well as billions of pesos worth of property not stated in the mayor’s statement of assets.

Trillanes’ hallucinations that began a week ago at the homestretch to E-Day is motivated by three reasons of the drowning dog cum senator yapping in gibberish to gain public attention for his losing presidential bid and to justify a P500 million pay-off from a presidential candidate to destroy Duterte.

One, the vain hope that publicity from the expose could bail him out of the ignominious  dishonor of having cornered the franchise over the bottom of surveys for vice president conducted by Social Weather Stations and Pulse Asia.

Two, to gain concession (read Cabinet position) in case presidential candidates Senator Grace Poe or Mar Roxas wins the presidency and Duterte is defeated.

Three, the myopic view that his “demolition by perception” that shamed and dragged down presidential bet Vice President Jejomar Binay in a two-year inquisition by the Senate Blue Ribbon committee where he was the noisiest member would work on Duterte, who has led by a mile his rivals the four latest poll surveys of SWS and Pulse Asia.

Trillanes’ hallucinations are trademark symptoms of insanity that merit issuance by a psychiatrist of a prescription and a ticket to a mental institution.

There are a hundred reasons why the rabid dog senator will just have to accept his fate that he is unbelievable and that in the universe of politics he is nothing but an inconsequential passing dot.

But we will limit to three our arguments why ex-navyman Trillanes, after making a fool of himself with his expose against Duterte, needs a .45 to end his miserable fate and save himself from farther ignominy.

One, results of poll surveys, including by his own Magdalo Party, showed that Trillanes’ dream of becoming vice president has been consigned to the canal. The reformist and anti-corruption advocate that he falsely created for himself has been totally demolished and thrown down the drain with his current image of   a rabid dog spewing venomous lies to lift him up away from his misery of the reality that he could not be vice president.

Two,  Trillanes is a confirmed mad barking dog unleashed by the administration of Benigno Aquino who is exiting as President with his discredited and corruption-laced Tuwad na Daan program of governance as crowning glory and who has the incompetent, idiotic, crazy and stupid Mar Roxas as standard bearer of his Liberal Party.

A double-faced political prostitute, Trillanes is also a Doberman of independent candidate Senator Grace Poe, the housewife and kinder teacher who wants to lead the country as president.  

Trillanes playing the role of Duterte inquisitor, as he did in the case of Binay, with the hope of gaining concessions from Roxas and Poe if Duterte is defeated, is pure fantasy. Roxas and Poe, like Trillanes, have already been buried in the dustbin of political history in so far as the 2016 election is concerned. In recent poll surveys, Roxas and Poe ate dust behind Duterte more than 10 percentiles away. The public pulse says only cheating in the election by his well-funded rivals could steal away Duterte’s impending victory.

Three, other than the fact that the allegations of hidden wealth are lies without concrete proof except his insane ramblings, Trillanes unleashed his venom too late in the day, when poll surveys and public opinion already crowned Duterte as the next President of the Philippines. The mad dog wailed with his venomous mouth before an unbelieving public that already dismissed him as a liar.

There is no glory in Trillanes jubilating that he has helped pull down Binay to frustrate the presidential bid of the vice president. After two long years of exposing Binay’s alleged stolen billions, the vice president is still free. Trillanes’ allegations only certified him as a pure-blooded liar.

It has now turned out that the ‘demolition by perception” against Binay by Trillanes has no leg to stand on and merely a mad dog’s barkings aimed to gain points for his presidential bid.

Trillanes has wild thoughts he can do a Binay on Duterte with his “demolition by perception.”

Even if Trillanes sells his soul to the devil or shoot his head with a .45, the Duterte presidency is unstoppable. His “demolition by perception” against Binay may have been a success. But truth is behindDuterte who has the Filipinos behind him. If the yackitty-yacking senator  thinks he can destroy Duterte as he did Binay with his lies, Trillanes is dreaming like an inmate in a mental institution.

The amok’s lies about Duterte’s million-peso secret bank deposits have been denied by BPI which refused to issue a statement on the truthfulness of Trillanes’ wild claims.

The alleged bank documents on Duterte’s bank deposits that the loud-mouthed Trillanes waved before the public and media turned out to be forgeries.

Lies can dig graves for an amok like Trillanes.

By claiming he had bank records of Duterte’s alleged hidden deposits, the filthy amok violated the Bank Secrecy Law. So we we can expect that under the Duterte presidency, Trillanes would be in the unhappy company of other senators already incarcerated for grand thievery of public money.

And we will not even talk about Duterte’s vow to hunt down Trillanes for treason for engaging in backdoor diplomacy with China over the disputed South Philippine Sea.

And the economic sabotage that BPI will file against the senator for using the name of the bank in his insane mission to abort a Duterte presidency with lies.




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HAHAHAIs Mar Roxas avoiding the city whose tough-talking Mayor once challenged him to slapping, boxing and gun duels?


Roxas, the ruling Liberal Party standard bearer in the May election, will be on a day-long sortie in the Davao Region but is purposely avoiding Davao City, capital city of the region and stronghold of his rabid critic PDP/Laban presidential candidate Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.

Roxas will fly in (March 8) early morning and out in late afternoon through the Davao City International Airport.

From the airport, he goes straight to Kapalong town in Davao del Norte to visit a cooperative of banana growers then meets with local government officials in Tagum City, also in Davao del Norte. He would then join in Nabunturan the founding anniversary celebration  of Compostella Valley and proceeds to Mati, Davao Oriental to grace a political asembly, before returning to Davao City for his flight back to Manila.


Roxas may as well avoid an engagement in Davao City like a dog with tail between his legs.

Dabawenyos have been waiting for a face-off with Roxas who had earlier called as a myth claims that Davao City is one of the country’s safest cities.

Dabawenyos hold with great pride their claim that their city is safe under the leadership of Duterte who had ruled for more than two decades this metropolis known as the most progressive cities of Mindanao.

davao-city-mayor-rodrigo-duterte_0Stung by Roxas’ slur, Duterte challenged the former Interior secretary of President Benigno Aquino to physical confrontations that did not, however, materialize.

Subsequently, the cussword-spewing Duterte would variously call Roxas as, among others, a bayot (sissy), pisot (uncircumsized), most incompetent Filipino to have aspired for the presidency and a helpless zombie during the Yolanda crisis while interior secretary tasked with confronting the aftermath of the devastating super typhoon.

Roxas had lately renewed his verbal assault on Davao City and Duterte.

Belittling the anti-illegal drugs campaign of Duterte and claims that drugs and drug lords are under rein in Davao City, Roxas said he could buy shabu anytime in the city with media tagging along to prove his point.

For this, the Duterte camp said Roxas is  a protector of drug lords for not reporting the presence of drugs in the city to the authorities.

Roxas’ visit in the Davao Region may not have positive impact on his presidential bid.

In the 2010 election, Dabawenyos (nearly 1 million registered voters), junked Roxas and voted for then candidate Jejomar Binay, also running for president in the May derby, in the vice presidential race that Binay won.

The Davao Region (2.8 million registered voters), is a bailiwick of Duterte, whose hold Roxas was not expected to unshackle.

In the latest The Standard/Laylo Research Strategies survey, 79% of Davao Region voters, against Roxas’ 11%,  want Duterte to be the next President.

The nationwide survey had Senator Grace Poe, Duterte and Binay in a statistical tie at the top, with Roxas taking the 4th spot and Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago at the tail end of the 5-way contest.

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Roxas’ poor showing in the surveys is blamed largely, by both public and political analysts, for his so-s0 performance as Secretary of Interior and other Malacanang departments (Trade and Industry, Transportation and Communications) and to his vow to continue the Tuwid na Daan (Straight Path) governance of Aquino if he is elected President. Amid accusations of massive corruption in the Aquino government, Tuwid na Daan has been violently flayed and mockingly described as Tuwad na Daan (Crooked Path) by critics.


Roxas’ Davao Region sortie could be untimely coming three days after his wife, broadcaster Korina Sanchez, was slammed with a tsunami of criticisms after leading the distribution of farm equipment funded by the Department of Agriculture to farmers in Tagum City.

The Duterte camp accused Roxas and Sanchez of using government resources in promoting the presidential bid of the Liberal Party.


KORINASanchez had also been skewered by the Duterte camp after the broadcaster verbally attacked the PDP/Laban bet during a political gathering. Going viral in social media is a video of Sanchez’s former maid accusing the broadcaster of physical violence and illisit relations. 




Yolanda 2nd anniversaryAs tears on Sunday, November 8, flowed like rain in Eastern Visayas wrenched by grief at painfully remembering the thousands of dead left by the onslaught two years ago of Super Typhoon Yolanda,  President Benigno Aquino was seen in Pasay City at a wedding of a business tycoon.

In what is seen as a public display of uncare, Aquino skipped the commemoration to be a sponsor at the wedding of Kester Tan, son of business tycoon Andrew Tan, at St. Therese of the Child Jesus Shrine in New Port City.

As a lavish feast followed the marriage of Kester Tan to Kelsey Cheng, thousands of surviving victims of Yolanda commemorated the disaster with empty stomachs, without homes and water two years after the disaster.

Yolanda 2nd anniversaryAlso skipping the Yolanda anniversary celebration is Mar Roxas, Aquino’s former Interior Secretary who was at the helm of the rehabilitation effort for the Yolanda devastation that left more than 6,000 dead, thousands homeless and more than P80mbillion in damage.

Roxas is running for President in the 2016 election under Aquino’s ruling Liberal Party and his bid is hobbled by allegations of incompetence as “Rehab Czar.”

In Tacloban City, the worst hit by Yolanda, Mayor Alfred Romualdez, expressed hurt at the absence of Aquino and Roxas, whom he said did not even respond to his letter of invitation to the November 8 anniversary celebration.