NAIA HORRORS

“Move elsewhere”. That’s the order by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) to those complaining of the noise and air pollution in the area of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

CAAP Deputy Director General Rodante Joya could not be more heartless when he issued this order last March 6, this year, as solution to the rising complaint of pollution in the communities around the NAIA.

Thanks God, this Joya was kicked out by our new President Rody Duterte. Dimwits like Joya do not deserve to stay in public office a minute longer.

“In our country, some people…

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TOUGH TASK

By Miguel Raymundo

SMUGGLING and corruption go hand in hand.

Smuggling is evil because the government losses hundreds of billions of pesos in revenue yearly thus greatly affecting the delivery of basic services to the people.

When the government losses revenue it is not the one that actually losses but the people especially the poor because in essence what comprises the government is the people.

P1.33 TRILLION

A study made public by Federation of Philippine Industries (FPI) two years ago showed that from 2002 to 2011 or in a span of nine years, the government lost more than P1.33…

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POISON


IN April this year, 1.2 million consumers of Maynilad, water concessionaire of the east side of formerly MWSS service area that includes southern cities of Metro Manila, were given over 100 liters per day of dirty, if not poisoned water. Maynilad is a company owned by fund manager Manny V. Pangilinan.

For several days in that month, Maynilad delivered to their over 1 million customers water laced with manganese that can cause permanent neurological disorder.

The lure of great profits is just too hard for rich conglomerates like the Manila Water Services Inc. (Maynilad) of MVP to resist that…

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JAIL MVP!

FUND Manager Manny V. Pangilinan must be held accountable for bleeding the country’s economy dry through his manipulative and predatory business schemes in favor of his foreign bosses at the expense of the poor for the longest time.

JAIL MVP MOVEMENT

It is on this premise that various groups and individuals have banded together and are now in the process of forming a group to be called Jail MVP Movement (JMVPM).

The objective of the group is to hold Pangilinan accountable for allegedly using his clout and influence to manipulate our economy by controlling almost every sector and industry.

MVP…

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PUPPET

PRESIDENT Rody Duterte is in control and will not take orders from anybody especially from a lackey of a foreign tycoon.

That was the clear message he sent when he rebuked (read: insulted) PLDT Chairman Manny V. Pangilinan who arrogantly stated that the government should not stand in the way of businesses especially concerning their company’s upcoming projects and programs.

OUT OF THE WAY

“Some people, including people from the government, do not understand the implementation of major infrastructure needed to transform PLDT and Smart’s services into digital and they could block the huge project, expected to be operational by…

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