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Jun 11

Alcuaz: we need shade

Linggoy Alcuaz chirps on the radio that it’s too hot for much to happen now, but things should perk up for them in the mid to late afternoon. A little psychological operations on his part: “we believe that most of the ordinary policeman are already with us.” More psy-ops, spreading text messages that the National Telecommunications Commission is working with the Department of Justice to file charges against radio and TV stations spreading “sedition” by airing the controversial recordings. Oscar Orbos on DZBB says that a circular from the NTC advising media to be “circumspect” and reminding them they won’t hesitate to apply the full force of the law, is, at the very least, unwisely timed.

But the focus remains Susan Roces’s statement, “let’s not add to the problem.”

Here’s something to ponder: has the proliferation of Estrada-linked politicians alarmed the Church?

3 comments

  1. Ed

    Here’s something to ponder: has the proliferation of Estrada-linked politicians alarmed the Church?

    Isnt the Church who removed estrada? and they are now afraid of what they did to the man? estrada never even commited Election fraud and even the so called plundering the government money. Its the Jueteng money that he alledgely took. Jueteng money != Government money. I’d rather stand up along side with a man who took jueteng money than a woman who took government money and resources to secure her victory. Jueteng money is not the people’s money. its the gambler’s money

    my 2 pesos ( btw the jueteng result as of 1:30 am in a province of la union is 7/29 and a relative won 4000 for his 10 pesos )

  2. Ed

    1:30 pm rather

  3. mlq3

    Well, the Church is in a pickle over this one.

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