Maybe a picture will help

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the May 6th, 2016

You explain to Duterte supporters why an account transaction history is different from an account balance statement but they don’t get it.

You tell them the record of transactions tell a story but a bank statement is just a snapshot of the account at a particular time and date; it tells no story.

Note the 2 deposits in the amount of P16,852,832.94 in Sara Duterte’s column and the same amount down to the last centavo at the bottom of daddys’ column.

UntitledMaybe a pictorial representation of what a transaction record is what they need.

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The Law and Duterte

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the May 6th, 2016

This is the law:

    “The Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices law states that it is illegal for public officers to receive gifts from a person who has contracts or transactions with the government or needs a permit or other document from the government if the public officer has the power to intervene or facilitate the granting of these contracts or documents.”

This is Duterte:

    “He(Pastor Quiboloy) donates it in the name of God, para makatrabaho ako, para wala akong takot (so I can work, so I have no fear),” he said.

    “Everytime si Pastor magbili, dalawa yan. Ang isa sa akin diyan, sigurado (Every time Pastor buys, he gets two. One is mine, for sure),” Duterte said.

Who is this generous Pastor?

    Pastor Apollo Carreón Quiboloy is the founder and leader of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name, Inc

    His official title is: “The Appointed Son of God”


    It is okay for the Hinirang na Anak ng Diyos to bestow gifts on the Hibang na Anak ng…(It is okay for the Appointed Son of God to bestow gifts on the Crazy Son of a …)

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Just do it

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the May 6th, 2016

It is so crystal clear, I’m amazed that there’s even an argument about it.

If Duterte shows the transaction history of his bank account instead of just the account balances then the political career of Trillanes ends, right?

So why won’t Duterte just do it?

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If we lose, then we were cheated

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the May 6th, 2016

Former North Cotabato governor Manny Piñol, an avowed Duterte supporter, wrote an open letter to Mar Roxas warning him against cheating.

Why is Piñol trying to pre-empt the election results by declaring his candidate Duterte already the winner based on surveys?

Is he afraid that the revelations of Trillanes are doing catastrophic damage to his candidate?

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Keeping his ass covered with the Bank Secrecy law

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the May 5th, 2016


This afternoon Duterte held a press conference ostensibly to clear up nagging questions about his hidden wealth.


    (1) he presented certified account balances;
    (2) he brought 11 BPI passbooks to the press conference;
    (3) he went after the BSP and AMLC, blaming them for not going after him earlier.

To the BSP and the AMLC, he said:

    “Central Bank and the AMLC, kung sinabi ni Trillanes na P2.4 billion, sabi niya matagal na, then why the hell, wala akong nalaman o pinaalam ako ng AMLC na inimbestigahan?”

    (Central Bank and the AMLC, if Trillanes said there was P2.4 billion years ago, then why they hell didn’t I know about it or why did AMLC not tell me I was under investigation?)

    And he added, “I will now accuse the Central Bank and AMLC of criminal negligence.” Before concluding with a challenge and a threat, “If [the money is] there, start the investigation, I challenge you. If not, I will charge you with criminal negligence…Kung manalo ako, you are in hot water (If I win, you are in hot water.)

Wow! So there was criminal negligence on the part of the BSP and AMLC? Nope.

True to form, Duterte did not mention that under the Money Laundering law THE AMLC AND THE INVOLVED BANK ARE PROHIBITED FROM COMMUNICATING TO ANY PERSON THAT A REPORT WAS MADE.


True to form, Duterte presented certified bank balances but not transaction records that will explain how those account balances came about. Balances do not show the history of deposits, sources, and withdrawals.

True to form, Duterte brought 11 BPI passbooks that would have shown the itemized history of transactions but refused to allow media to look into their contents.

So what did Duterte reveal at the press conference?
Nothing other than he is still covering his ass with the bank secrecy law.

Click here to read Rappler report

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Faces tell stories

Posted in Philip Gilmore Cartoons by uniffors on the May 4th, 2016

Sa itsura pa lang ng abogado alam mo na kung ano ang nilalaman ng bank records.


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So tired of those ‘turds

Posted in Philip Gilmore Cartoons by uniffors on the May 4th, 2016


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Duterte: Binay ng Mindanao

Posted in Manuel Buencamino,Philip Gilmore Cartoons by uniffors on the May 1st, 2016

A four-minute video that will show you why Duterte is the Binay of Mindanao.

Maybe he’s worse because, unlike Binay who made a lot of money from overpriced contracts, Duterte claims he was never involved in contract rigging.

So the question arises, if Duterte did not make his money from overpriced or ghost projects, where did all his millions and millions come from?

Think about it.

Anyway enjoy the video on his bank accounts and properties. CLICK HERE TO ENJOY VIDEO


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The Buffoon

Posted in Philip Gilmore Cartoons by uniffors on the April 25th, 2016

At the final presidential debate, candidate Duterte was asked about the dispute with China over ownership of atolls in the West Philippine Sea.

Below is his reply, illustrated with a video. CLICK HERE TO WATCH


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Money money money

Posted in Philip Gilmore Cartoons by uniffors on the April 22nd, 2016

He was asked if he would withdraw from the race because of the public outrage with his rape joke. He said he couldn’t withdraw because…

Watch his answer in this YouTube video Click Here


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