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The Napoles Story: So the entire Philippines will know

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By Alfredo Masigan

Janet Lim Napoles has strong ties before with the late Emilia Boncodin, DBM Secretary. Emilia is the one that keep Janet in the loop whenever a budget or SARO is approved and to which senator or congressman.

Gringo Honasan is a dear friend of Janet’s husband, Jimmy Napoles. I was surprised when I read somewhere online when Honasan was interviewed and he said that he doesn’t know the Napoles family.

During the coup in Cory’s time, Jimmy Napoles was driving a tank on the way to Camp Crame when his tank was hit by a mortar. Jimmy was operating the .50 caliber machine gun and the soldier driving the tank died during the blast. Jimmy survived and was jailed along with Honasan. If you can get clear photos of Jimmy Napoles online, you will see that part of his face and his arms show burn marks.

Their wealth started to build up during the late 90’s when they engaged themselves with mayors based in Zamboanga to use them as a front for a Foundation that will implement projects or deliver farm materials. With connections at COA, they were able to arrange completed projects without delivering anything. They established JLN group of companies sometime in 2000 and they moved to their new office from AFPOVAI to Discovery Suites on the 25th floor.

Soon enough, they were able to develop deep connections with more legislators in Congress and numerous senators. What JLN Group Of Companies do and their sub-companie, Jo-Chris Trading (named after their eldest child, Jo-Christine “Neneng” Napoles) – they use their foundations as the implementing agency for the funds of congressmen or senators. You see, congressmen and senators have budget, PDAF or the pork barrel , but these politicians do not have direct access to their funds and they can never touch it. So what they do is the politicians will create a project (common one is fertilizer distribution to farmers) and will ask DBM to set the budget. Then, there will be a public bidding to be held by DAR. The outcome of the bidding is already fixed and it’s Napoles foundation wins. The fund or SARO will be released through Janet’s foundation and the congressmen/senators will ask 70% of the whole amount. So if the project is P10 million, Janet will give 70% of that. Usually Janet’s nephew, John Francisco Lim is the courier of the money, they will meet at Podium or at a parking lot. The money are stored in plastic bags or paper bags.

So, whatever is left from the budget, 30% goes to Janet. They usually cash-in the check they get from DBM at Landbank in Greenhills and the manager there is part of Janet’s payroll. Janet also need to pay the inspectors from COA and whoever is involved in DAR.

This is their workflow. This is what they do for more than a decade. This is how the senators and congressmen make money. This is why theses politicians have so much and working class Filipinos almost have nothing. This is not only Janet’s fault. The greediness of the senators and congressmen are the driving point that keeps this system operating. It is also amazing that if Janet’s family and her company goes into trial, the people who will try them judges, senators, congressmen, are also part of this. I fear for the life of Benhur and Merlina as whistleblowers. Soon enough they will die. The people of the Philippines should protect them. NBI or the witness protection program cannot do anything about it. Because they are keeping the whistleblowers alive for their own use only. Once Janet gives payments to the NBI and once Revilla, Honasan, Arroyo, Pichay, Ducut, Pineda, Lim, Estrada, Soto, Lapid, and almost all the congressmen who were in post for the past decade, step in – there’s nothing Benhur or Merlina can do. They are as good as dead by now.

Please post this on your social media and share it to the world. It is time to stop this madness and remove the pork barrel and protect Benhur and Merlina.

http://globalbalita.com/2013/08/21/the-napoles-story-so-the-entire-philippines-will-know/

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  1. kaya nalugi MAKATI MEDICAL CENTER noon kasi MULTI-MILLION ANG UTANG NG GOBYERNO NI BINAY HINDI BINABAYARAN KAYA BINILI NI PANGILINAN ANG MAKATI MED.kaya marami na lay-off empleyado makati med nag cost cutting dahil nalugi nga.

    ellen martinez

    January 16, 2014 at 3:39 pm

    • I do not see the connection of Makati Medical Center with the Govts of Makati or Binay Baorrowings… one is private and how is it related ?

      Tisa Tulawie Rodriguez

      April 5, 2015 at 3:58 pm

      • Binay has a system called yellow card..where voters from makati supposedly get FREE medical services from Makati Med. So since the voters avail of this, the payment ultimately is shouldered by the makati government.. BUT is at times NOT fulfilled..hence the UTANG

        Josh

        October 19, 2015 at 9:57 am

    • And who is this Pangilinan that has so much money that he could afford to buy the MMC

      sam46226

      April 1, 2016 at 3:50 am

      • oo nga since naging matunog ang pangalan niya, ang dami na niyang na-acquire na properties, who is also behind this person??? a big question to answer

        Tess

        April 2, 2016 at 8:15 am

  2. thank you for sharing us the story ,give more information

    ginocod

    December 29, 2014 at 3:57 am

  3. Drunk of greed and avarice……

    Andy

    December 30, 2014 at 10:45 am

  4. demonyita din pala si boncodin.ang akala ko santa!tsk.tsk tsk.itapon ka sa hades ni YAHWEH

    abdulahh

    December 30, 2014 at 11:44 pm

    • The late Emilia Boncoden was one of those who left the Arroyo administration together with Jinky Soliman and now Butch Abad, both appointed to extremely juicy positions in the Aquino administration. no wonder, PDAF scam took place involving billions of pesos with ease.

      Maximiano Sumaoy

      April 29, 2015 at 4:29 am

  5. Sana seryusuhin ng govt ang palinis ng ating bayan, but the problem is ang mga law makers natin mga sangkot sa corruption, God help the Philippines and its people. Sana mag repent na mga legislators natin na involved sa corruption, ma konsensya naman sila.

    Wenifredo N.Muni

    December 31, 2014 at 12:11 am

    • sino ba nagpapatakbo ng gobyerno, mga politicians, govt officials di ba? sino ba ang naglalagay sa politicians-taong bumoboto di ba? sino dapat ang mag-isip para maayos ng kahit papaano ang pagtakbo ng gobyernong pilipinas-mga tao di ba? may case ng plunder, biniboto pa. may allegations na during blue ribbon com hearing-nabubuko na, binoboto pa. pinatalsik na dahil sa corruption-biniboto pa…….ano ba yan

      lcpamintuan

      April 1, 2015 at 5:28 am

      • nakita ko yung dumi ng gobyerno natin….eto pa nga sa barangay election pa lang..nanalo na ung asawa ko bilang brgy konsehal…pagdating ng announcement sa loob iba na ang tinawag…kahit mismo si Halili na katunggali nya na alam nya mismo na talo na sya at nakipagkamayan pa sya kay g. labrado na alam nya na ang taong ito ang nanalo!!! …..so nagsigawan ang mga tao di makapaniwala…gusto nilang magwala…kahuit kayo mismo magimbestiga kung gaano katapat maglingkod si . labrado sa valencia…sa maliit pa lang na posisyon napulitika na…nabayaran na…buong barangay valencia alam na ang nanalo sa konsehal ay si crisanto labrado pero ano ginawa ng pera nila sa isang simpleng tao na ang layunin ay maglingkod sa ating bayan ay nabayaran ng kasinungalingan at kadayaan??????Saan ka pa????

        yettelabrado

        April 21, 2015 at 1:24 pm

      • tama!!

        Shane

        May 17, 2015 at 3:57 pm

      • that is why there was a proposal that only those who pay taxes should vote. People who never pay taxes are the easy preys of these dirty politicians (Vote Buying). These poor class should be given help via government funding but they need to eliminate voting by them because it sets up the incredible vote buying schemes

        Ted Ramos

        January 10, 2016 at 4:31 am

    • ang totoong Kristiyano lang ang nag re repent, kapatid..karamihan ng Pilipino, HINDI TAKOT SA DIYOS !

      ROMY BASE

      January 17, 2016 at 3:46 pm

  6. permission to publish in Balita, a Filipino Canadian newspaper in Toronto

    Tess Cusipag

    December 31, 2014 at 12:40 am

  7. Sana ang papalit kay Pinoy matatag din para habolin ang corrupt. Ang Pilipino( hindi lahat) hindi marunong tumangap ng mali nagkakasakit pagnahuli. May sariling sikat na ospital para ipagtanggol sila. Takot ako sa survey.

    Tay Ton

    December 31, 2014 at 2:27 am

    • Kaya wag natin iboto ang mga Binay, Estrada, Enrile, Honasan at iba pang malalapit sa mga Napoles… tsk, tsk, tsk, kawawa ang Pilipinas.

      Tyo Paeng

      March 30, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    • Ping or Rody! wala nanag iba!!!

      jerrysal

      March 31, 2015 at 11:50 pm

  8. The Only way the Philippines will be able to get out of this quagmire is for its citizens to be patriotic and really love their country. Set aside the “bahala na” culture and from dirt poor to middle class to practice their roles as citizens of their beloved country. The culture of naivity and self-serving should be annihilated. Schools must teach children to be patriotic. If we see policemen and soldiers die in Mindanao or somewhere else, does the Filipino show unity and love to that soldier. No! They don’t see the sacrifice these soldiers bring into the table, they don’t see these soldiers fighting for freedom that they neglect as citizens. Let there be a law of mandatory military service so everyone will be disciplined and taught to love their country. What makes us different from Singapore and other coutries that have this law? I believe one culture that is a hindrance is the sense of ENTITLEMENT that the Filipinos feel, from the masses to the rich.

    Dred

    January 1, 2015 at 12:00 am

    • People in the Philippines are fearless. The government must incorporate the “Corporal Punishment” like in Singapore. Philippine law is very lenient, that is why its people don’t respect it. Laws are in favor of the criminals, that is their safe haven. It’s time for a change.

      Henz

      January 3, 2015 at 1:52 am

    • as long as there is poverty, these dirty politicians will always bribe them – vote buying

      Ted Ramos

      January 10, 2016 at 4:34 am

      • I think to eradicate poverty is to start cleaning the messes and tighten the enforcement of the law. I think we should have to enrich mind of everybody to work hard and set standard of living. To have a Filipino dream and FILIPINO FIRST policy.

        Mark David

        March 29, 2016 at 6:43 am

  9. kaya pala kaming totoo naga implement ng projects ang mukhang bad – but God’s mill grinds slowly yet it grinds exceeding small…

    Cristy

    January 3, 2015 at 6:40 pm

  10. I hope ex-senator Lacson will be given a chance to garner the
    presidency. i know he will put to jail all corrupt official. God bless Lacson for President.

    Villa A. La Rosa

    March 27, 2015 at 11:00 am

    • OH LACSON? HAVE U EVER HEARD OF THE NEWS ABOUT LACSON’S SECRET MURDERS? IT’S NOT ACTUALLY SECRET FOR NOW. I STILL HAVE THE TAPE OF THE ELDER TULFO OF AN EPISODE OF HIS SHOW “ISUMBONG MO KAY TULFO” I’TS THE CONFESSION OF KIT MATEO BEFORE HIS DEATH! WANNA SEE IT? EVEN HIS SO-CALLED WIFE ISN’T ACTUALLY HIS. LACSON IS A COLD MURDERER ACCORDING TO THE WITNESS. HE KILLS EVEN AN INNOCENT CHILD & EVERYONE THAT BLOCKS HIS WAY. TRY TO RESEARCH YOURSELF MADAM VILLA. BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR!

      LOVELY

      January 12, 2016 at 11:36 am

      • tama ka jan lovely maamong tupa tignan si lacson pero sa kabila nyan! dapat pag isipan mabuti ang mga bagay na tungkol kay lacson..

        faisal montilla

        April 3, 2016 at 10:57 pm

  11. i find the part about Sec. Emilia Boncodin’s participation in the scheme unbelievable. and since she is dead, she can no longer refute that claim.

    ederlinda fernandez

    March 28, 2015 at 8:47 am

  12. who ever you put as a president he can’t do anything as long as all that surrounds him/her are greedy.. remember before running fir a position in the government they need money, so they need a sponsor for that… then when they win these people will ask for a favour, then a ghost project will appear… etc… you know what will be the next.. philippine government is useless, where are the budget for military, farmers, education have you seen any improvement for those thing. These are mostly needed by a country..

    niel

    March 30, 2015 at 10:57 am

  13. Hi Tito Fred, hope you still remember me? an employee of yours 25 years ago…

    Danny Fong

    March 30, 2015 at 10:09 pm

  14. All citizens should be vigilant. It will be hopeless if everyone will be apathetic to all the evils going on in our country. And to all these corrupt government officials and private individuals involved in any evil deeds, we only have limited time on earth and only have one soul. Whatever deed you do on earth will be judged by God who will give the last judgment.

    Vic

    March 31, 2015 at 7:03 am

  15. ONLY TWENTY PERCENT OF THE ARTICLE HERE IS CREDIBLY TRUE, SOME ARE INACCURATE AND THE REST ARE MISSING. YOU DON’T SIMPLY ASK THE DBM TO SET THE PRESCRIBED BUDGET WITHOUT THE COSTLY HAND APPROVAL OF DBM CHIEF, BUTCH ABAD AND THE COSTLIEST FINAL APPROBATION OF BS AQUINO. THEY WON’T CALL THE DUO AS “THE PDAF KINGS FOR NOTHING.”

    Cesar Mariano

    March 31, 2015 at 2:07 pm

    • Correct ka dyan Cesar Mariano…why exempt the author which is Aquino and Abad

      Sarah

      April 1, 2015 at 7:05 am

      • sabi po sa article, DBM secretary NOON ay si Emilia Boncodin bakit masasama si Butch Abad, decade ago na daw, malamang sa nauna kay Noynoy nangyari yon…matagal na ang pork barrel/DAP, sa pamumuno lang ni Noynoy sinabing illegal..tapos ang mga tao ngayon lang nang gagalaiti at sinisisi si PNoy..SMH

        Looweechi

        April 2, 2015 at 1:05 pm

    • You are a rabid Arroyo fan. You are just diverting the issue by blaming Pinoy when these things before Pnoy was elected President. You are just showing how stupid person you are

      Senior

      January 9, 2016 at 7:42 am

    • THEY HAVE WITNESSES & EVIDENCE AGAINST NAPOLES & THE REST…. SO IF U ACCUSE THE PRESIDENT OF CORRUPTION BE FAIR ENOUGH TO SHOW US YOUR EVIDENCE & WITNESSES AS WELL! AND WE WOULD BE HAPPIER IF U YOURSELF WOULD FILE A CASE AGAINST THE HEAD OF THE STATE. SHOW EVERYBODY WHAT YOU GOT AGAINST ARROYO & ABAD NOT JUST MERE ACCUSATION BECAUSE IT WILL DEFINITELY FALL INTO HERESAY!

      LOVELY

      January 12, 2016 at 12:14 pm

  16. If you have the means, leave the Philippines asap! You deserve to live in a better society. This will not get fixed in your lifetime. Elections are coming and it will only get worse. There is corruption in almost all branches and all levels of government.

    Leon HW

    March 31, 2015 at 11:35 pm

  17. anibongpalm

    April 1, 2015 at 12:33 am

    • God save the Philippines, its people, and especially my family that is left behind.

      florita

      April 1, 2015 at 9:05 am

  18. Reblogged this on Ika nga ni Ompong and commented:
    “This is their workflow. This is what they do for more than a decade. This is how the senators and congressmen make money. This is why theses politicians have so much and working class Filipinos almost have nothing.”

    Ompong

    April 1, 2015 at 10:58 am

  19. boncodin’s face apparently don’t show some good things have really to happen…

    ronald esteban

    April 2, 2015 at 12:59 am

  20. i have heard of these things many times in the past but it’s hard to prove because i am not part of the ring and besides it’s a very strong “mafia” that you are to bump with…indeed, benhur & merlina were brave enough to make themselves as the “sacrificial lambs”… we salute them…they are even braver than the Fallen 44 because after their turns in the investigation, they will neither receive “honor” nor award of valor or maybe their families got pension, scholarship, house & lot or financial assistance, etc…their lives will be like any other whistleblowers in the past…they just fade away! “kawai su desu”…

    ronald esteban

    April 2, 2015 at 1:08 am

  21. what will become of us? and our succeeding generations, if we remain complacent and just standing on the sidelines watching the mostly greedy senators and congressmen, government officials in the executive and judiciary, continue doing their thing of bleeding dry our National Treasury, pocketing a huge chunk of the country’s annual budget which is supposedly for the development of our country and its people. The high economic growth of our country can be attributed mainly to the OFW remittances and the BPO industry which make our country afloat. Not from supposedly foreign investments that can come in and come out at the pleasure of psudo-investors. The protestations by some nationalist legislators and civil society groups on the very corrupt system of our government will just be like a voice in the wilderness if we, all, do not act NOW. But we still need genuine, nationalist, patriotic leaders to lead us – sana the likes of Tanada, Salonga, Robredo, Orbos, Paterno; and more of the Makabayan bloc reps and support by respectable media people like Failon; and some good officers who are also sick and tired of corruption in the military, to enable us to drive away the rogues in robes, plunderers in suits and scalawags in uniform and overhaul, or if not, a drastic total change in the system of government. Enough na please of US intervention thru its dirty tricks agency – the CIA. My take

    angelito santos

    April 2, 2015 at 2:11 pm

  22. Corruption is already rooted deeply in the minds of our rich and power hungry Filipino political family, clans and dynasty who helped build and create this nation since the Spanish era. I think these people and most of their family members that are indulged to wealth that comes from our hard earn taxes, fame and glory. they will do everything to continue to get a position in government where they can stay connected to keep their special family names over in govern in their regions. while these bastards are taking the opportunity of high poverty rate in the country which they are the great cause the poor Filipino people can be easily deceived and bribed so they have no good choice to vote for a real trust worthy political candidate and this kind of system will just continue until generation to generations.. In addition Filipino’s must keep an eye to celebrity politicians because most of them take the opportunity of popularity to have a position in the government and steal money because their showbiz career is almost dying.

    poll amin

    April 4, 2015 at 1:01 am

  23. Anong magagawa ni PNoy, mag isa lang sya. Yung iba akala mo kasama nya sa anti-corruption drive nya, yun pala sinasaksak sya na nakatalikod dahil mga magnanakaw din. And to make matters worse, binabantayan lang na magkamali si PNoy at titirahin kaagad at papalabasin na criminal din sya, yun pala galit sila kay PNoy dahil apektado ang modus operandi nila.

    Esoj Lazir

    April 4, 2015 at 1:44 am

  24. mary ann llagas

    mary ann llagas

    May 16, 2015 at 4:55 am

  25. Kung si Pnoy ay hindi corrupt then good but its not for us to thank him for being one because that is what a public servant should be , now there is no difference of Pnoy being not corrupt to corrupt at sa tingin ko worst of all president pa siya dahil everytime na mabuking ang mga corrupt nyang gabinete sa mga pondong nawawala at mga overpriced vehicle at mga bidding na hindi nangyari at lahat ng mga kabulastugan at tulad ng DAP na selected ang kinakasuhan at ang mga kaalyado ay untouchables at tila sarado isip nya na hindi ito paniwalaan at may malaking tiwala daw siya at tila nag aabogado pa siya sa kanyang mga appointees . Or in the first place baka may basbas niya ang ginagawa nila . At ang latest na tanong sa news ay bakit hindi itinuloy ang botohan ng mga kongresista sa BBL ang dahilan na totoo ay dahil sa walang bilang ang administrasyon kaya back to Pnoy’s way of convincing congressmen to vote in favor of the BBL to ensure his biggest dream to pass it into law is distributing again to congressmen an envelops of course with large amount of money, na tila walang kabusugan sa pera and did i hear it right that there cars with plate nos. 8 are parked at the Malacanan Palace last week .I hope mali ako at hindi totoo ito . God bless the Philippines.

    Iris bato

    May 18, 2015 at 4:42 am

    • WOW, U SHOULD NOT THANK HIM??????? NG DAHIL SA ADMINISTRASYON NYA NBUKING ANG MGA WALANG KONXENSYANG BUWAYA NA YN! ANO AKALA MO KY PINOY DIYOS NA IMAMAGICK NYA LNG ANG LAHAT NG MGA CORRUPT MGDISAPPEAR N AGD CLANG LAHAT? BKT DI MO BANTAYAN ANG MGA TOTOONG CORRUPT NA NAKAUPO JAN NGYN ANDAMI NILA INDAY PRA C PNOY LNG ANG BWELTAHAN MO PAKILAWAKAN NMN ANG PG-IISIP MO. NATURAL LNG NA MARAMING MGBABATO SA KNYA NA BAYARANG MEDYA DHIL NPKAYAMAN AT NPKAMAIMPLUWENSYA NG MGA BINANGGA NYA! AT SUMAKAY KA RIN SA MGA MEDYA NA YAN! KNG NAPATUNAYAN MO AT NG MGA KAKUWENTUHAN MO NA CORRUPT ANG PRESIDENTE KASUHAN NIYO NA AGAD PRA MGKAALAMAN NA WAG PURO DALDAL!

      LOVELY

      January 12, 2016 at 11:59 am

  26. Bottom line is … FOR THE OF MONEY IS THE ROOT OF ALL KINDS OF EVIL! – I TIMOTHY 6:10

    Divina G. Conopio

    May 20, 2015 at 1:53 pm

  27. Bottom line is … FOR THE LOVE OF MONEY IS THE ROOT OF ALL KINDS OF EVIL! – I TIMOTHY 6:10

    Divina G. Conopio

    May 20, 2015 at 1:55 pm

  28. Let’s call the people of the Philippines to condemn the PAST AND PRESENT LEADERS OF THIS COUNTRY TO RETURNED BACK THE MONEY THAT THEY STEAL FROM THE TAXPAYERS MONEY…fight!

    Cobra Zednanref

    June 10, 2015 at 9:02 pm

  29. I had trouble reading this article because the grammatical errors were very distracting. I’m sure the article was interesting but should have been proofread.

    Jim Gutierrez

    July 26, 2015 at 12:02 am

  30. Sabi nga nila may pera sa basura,yon pa kaya sa politica?

    Alicia alonzo

    October 18, 2015 at 1:30 am

  31. I am really saddened but angry with the text that “politicians have so much and working class Filipinos almost have nothing”..
    While these greedy crooks conveniently living luxuriously, many are living in misery.. Philippines is doomed. God forbid!

    Marvin

    October 20, 2015 at 8:42 pm

  32. Disgusting!!! Their greed is disgusting! May they all roton hell!!!!!! Tapos ano ang kalagayan ng mga farmers?

    metform

    October 21, 2015 at 9:20 am

  33. Yes I agree. Every Filipino citizen should be aware of this. Please publish in every way you can.

    Flor

    October 21, 2015 at 11:55 am

    • This is just the tip of the iceberg. There are insiders out there in the private circles of these people involved who know much more and are afraid to disclose what they know. The billions in offshore accounts of Philippine money deposited in the names of layers and layers of fronts ( relatives,friends,cronies and trusted associates) that were supposed to have funded the development and infrastructure programs benefiting the nation and its citizens. Is anyone surprised why the Philippines has a third world status supplying the world’s maids and menial workers? There is honor in labor but the sad irony is that it did not have to be this way,

      Jill Valentine

      May 16, 2016 at 12:04 am

  34. Sa Pilipinas ang pinaka kawawa ay mga mahihirap, ang mga Mayayaman ay lalong Yumayaman, Kaya etong darating na elecksyon piliing natin ang mga kandidatong may magandang hangarin, tunay na mag lilingkod sa ating Bansa, higit sa lahat iyon hindi Mangungurakot at hindi Magnanakaw. God Bless Philippines !

    Johnny Si

    October 23, 2015 at 10:02 pm

  35. Masyado ng malalim ang kurapsyon sa ating Mahal na bansa. Sana ang maluluklok ay may kamay na bakal na sasaway sa lahat ng mga tiwaling opisyal. Marunong namang sumunod ang mga Filipino, basta higpitan lang ang pagpapatupad ng batas sa lahat. Katunayan, sa ibang bansa ay behave tayo dahil mahigpit ang pagpapatupad ng batas nila.

    larry

    January 9, 2016 at 6:58 am

  36. Carl

    January 20, 2016 at 5:00 pm

  37. Aquino intentionally missed? It’s obvious that he also is involved. Janet went directly to him at the time for her surrender, the photo ops with jean, and the story of bribery of the senator-judges to pay them to press guilt against Corona… it’s all clear, but he was not mentioned.

    light bringer

    March 26, 2016 at 11:47 am

  38. I like the idea of ted ramos that only filipinos who pay tax will be allowed to vote

    gleni

    May 15, 2016 at 9:45 am

    • Can we get that idea to congress?

      lubelia sanchez

      May 17, 2016 at 1:30 pm

  39. Check all these peoples belief n relijun. And you will know WHY.

    Pete

    May 19, 2016 at 11:11 pm

  40. Not until the ombudsman act on all the cases of senators & congressmen, involved with the Janet napoles’ scam, shall the truth sets free the oppressions that the poorest have suffered. We are not comfortable with the people in the ombudsman & sandigan bayan, due to the long delay of their decisions and recommendations.Now,that comprehensive change is fast coming, all those who are handling plunder and corruption cases, against anyone,be they,senators,congressmen and other govt. officials allied with the liberal party,will have to act on them,NOW.

    ed lofranco matiga

    May 28, 2016 at 7:49 pm

  41. A very sad story. A sad state of the nation PH… And who is affected again the marginalized sector THOSE FARMERS… Fishermen
    THE OFWs.

    Maria Rosa

    August 16, 2016 at 3:23 pm

  42. You can never get justice for the filipino from these politically connected mafia in ordinary court of law as they control every aspect of the police and judicial system. Even if you appoint a special task force. The only way you can do it is to declare a revolutionary govt, prevent these people from leaving, arrest all politicians as well as their families and try them before a people’s tribunal. If found guilty, seize all their assets, and sentence them to hard labor in a penal colony, preferably outside of the country.

    Nes

    August 17, 2016 at 8:45 am

  43. Let’s forgive her, and move on. When she dies, let’s bury her with Marcos.

    faith

    August 17, 2016 at 5:20 pm


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