Uniffors


Cleaning with a dirty rag

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the September 23rd, 2016

It’s tempting to think du30’s war on drugs is so bloody because he started it not knowing that the cops he entrusted with carrying out the war were themselves pushers/protectors who knew they were vulnerable for as long as their assets/dealers were alive.

But that thought quickly fades when one recalls that du30 himself named and shamed several active and retired high-ranking cops and the PNP Chief admitted there were a lot of cops in the drug trade.

When high-ranking police officials are involved in drugs, it follows that some cops under their command are involved as well. Simply put, there are drug syndicates within the PNP. So drug syndicates are going to rid the country of drug syndicates?

Everybody knows a dirty rag does not clean anything; it just moves dirt around. So if du30 is really serious about ridding the country of drugs, he would have started by washing his rag first.

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Is he?

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the September 23rd, 2016

I’m beginning to wonder if he’s a user himself. And one who expiates his guilt by sacrificing other addicts.

Look at his behavior objectively:

Extreme irritability; Prone to violence: Repetitive and rambling; Self-absorbed; OCD; Praning – sees enemies everywhere; Irregular work hrs; Stays up all night. Are those symptoms of shabu abuse or what?

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Learning the ropes still

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the September 16th, 2016

A post-it note will suffice for du30′s accomplishment report on his ASEAN and Indonesian trips….
However the attached clarifications will be voluminous

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A reminder to those with short memories

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the September 16th, 2016

So a lot of Filipinos, specially those who hold up Singapore as a shining beacon for foggy minds, this is what the colorful guy you call the Philippines’ Lee Kwan Yew said after Singapore executed Flor Contemplacion

“Fuck you…You are a garrison pretending to be a country.”

So that’s your boy du30

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Worming his way in

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the September 16th, 2016

At the start of the hearing on EJKs, Sen. De Lima explained why she invited Edgardo Matobato to testify:

    “Perhaps we can link what is happening now to what happened in Davao City in the 1990s until the present, and how the Philippines now mirrors the city of Davao under the two-decade rule of Mayor Duterte,”

Despite De Lima’s explanation, Sen Koko Pimentel still justified denying protective custody for the witness on the grounds that “there’s even no showing that his life or safety is threatened.Worse, the witness’ testimony is not even relevant to the resolution being investigated.”

Not even relevant? Not relevant ng ina mo! You’re trying to top Sen. Kahitano’s antics by placing the life and safety of the witness in jeopardy. Sipsip!

Well, I’ve got news for you, Sen. Kokopuff. There’s not enough room up in du30’s ass for two worms.

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When six is nine

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the September 16th, 2016

No diehard calls du30 a liar when he brags about killing druggies, rapists, kidnappers, snatcher etc when he was mayor of Davao. No diehard tells him, “Bullshit, you didn’t do any of that.”

But when somebody comes along and testifies under oath that du30′s boast is true – that he killed and ordered killings – diehards immediately pounce on the witness, “You liar, he didn’t do any of that, you’re making it all up!”

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National Tapeworm Day

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the September 16th, 2016

In the masking tapes incident at today’s Senate hearing on EJKs, Sen Kahitano proved beyond reasonable doubt that he is a tapeworm feeding off the nation’s colon

Watch YouTube Video “Cayetano and the Masking tape incident” Here

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Duterte speaks about eating humans raw

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the September 16th, 2016
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Is he serious?

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the August 26th, 2016

It’s tempting to think du30’s war on drugs is so bloody because he started it not knowing that the cops he entrusted with carrying out the war were themselves pushers/protectors who knew they were vulnerable for as long as their assets/dealers were alive.

But that thought quickly fades when one recalls that du30 himself named and shamed several active and retired high-ranking cops and the PNP Chief admitted there were a lot of cops in the drug trade.

When high-ranking police officials are involved in drugs, it follows that some cops under their command are involved as well. Simply put, there are drug syndicates within the PNP. So drug syndicates are going to rid the country of drug syndicates?

Everybody knows a dirty rag does not clean anything; it just moves dirt around. So if du30 is really serious about ridding the country of drugs, he would have started by washing his rag first.

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It has come to this

Posted in Manuel Buencamino by uniffors on the August 25th, 2016

It has come to this.

“Philippine National Police chief Dir. Gen. Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa on Thursday urged former drug users and pushers in Bacolod City who surrendered to the police to kill drug lords and burn their houses down to prevent syndicates from enjoying their luxurious lifestyle.”

“Nag-eenjoy sila sa pera na galing sa inyo, pera na nakakasira sa inyong utak habang sumasaya sila. Kilala niyo sino ang drug lord dito. Gusto niyong patayin? Patayin niyo. Pwede kayong pumatay dahil kayo ang biktima,” De la Rosa said. (They are enjoying the money you had brought them, but they are ruining you while they are enjoying. You know who the drug lords here are. You want to kill them? Kill them. You can kill because you are the victims.)

“Kilala niyo naman ang mga drug lord dito. Puntahan niyo ang bahay, buhusan niyo ng gasolina, sigaan ninyo. Ipakita niyong galit kayo sa kanila,” he said. (You know who the drug lords here are. Go to their house, douse it in gasoline and set it on fire. Show them your rage.)

From the Inquirer

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