Monday, October 24, 2016

President Duterte To Make Philippines A Great Country

By Alon Calinao Dy: One of the best things happened in the Philippines is to have a trusted president who has a genuine love for the poor. 
Me and my daughter

My friends asked me several times, "hey Mr. Alon Dy, why do you still believe to President Duterte when he is selling Philippines to China? I gave them my honest yet straightforward answers.

First, I was glad that my friends asked me this question. But of course, I was surprised to hear this. I don't think our president would do such thing. 

I believe no one has a right to sell it even if you are the most powerful person in the Philippines; not even Senator Antonio Trillanes IV who allegedly sold the Scarborough Shoal to China during Aquino administration.

All the while I was thinking that question again. Hey Mr. Alon Dy, What if President Duterte is really selling the Philippines to China? "Hell no, some Filipinos especially his critics just got paranoid," I said to myself.

Honestly, I have so much trust to President Duterte. The moment I voted him last May elections was the time I put the lives of Filipinos in his hands who were hoping for the good governance in our country. Until now I do not actually regret the thing I've done. I'm very proud I voted President Duterte and he won.

It's hard toknow the reasons why some Filipinos do not like President Duterte and why they continue to criticize the current administration with their hated words and twisted lies. Attack. Attack. Attack.

I believe President Duterte is doing everything he can to bring back the respect and trust of other countries. He made the whole world to see that Filipinos are not anyone's slaves who get demoralized easily. Filipino people are strong and resilient as they have too much respect for themselves.

Every time I see people say there is no way we can do it.  I was asking, what?!? Some Filipinos should get rid of their negative thoughts and should think positive things at all times. 

Yes, everywhere you turn there are many people who would make you feel uncomfortable and turn you down. Some of them are just around you. 

I'd say that it's better to find people who see the bright side of you and always believe that everything is just fine as what President Duterte is presently doing to hopeless Filipinos out there.

President Duterte believes that Philippines can be a great nation if only Filipinos are united as one. Like what Ferdinand Foch said, "the most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire." I think if Filipinos will come together and do better things, I believe the darkest nights for them would the brighter ones that shine against all odds.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Do You Believe That Philippines is Owned By One Filipino Family?

By Alon Calinao Dy: There are some people who claimed that Philippines belonged to royal family Tagean Tallano family, would you believe that? 

My friend Dolores Borres, one of the administrators of the biggest Facebook Duterte groups all over social media, sent me evidences from Queen Salvacion Espiritu whose noble Kingdom of Maharlika is now reborn as Kingdom of Filipina Hacienda that Republic of the Philippines was a corporation. That's what she called the authocratic monarchy as they believed that before Spanish came in the Philippines many decades ago, absolute monarchy system of government already existed.

For further information, the Kingdom Filipina Hacienda gave this link for every Filipino to read their standpoint. Click the link below:

It is quite intriguing because I've never heard about the story that the whole Philippine archipelago was owned by one royal family Tagean Tallano Family. To arouse my curiosity, I, Mr. Alon Dy, spent an hour of my time to write about this historical claim by Kingdom Filipina Hacienda. Watch this video below:

After I watched the interview between Doc John and Prince Julian Morden Tallano, the last heir of the self-proclaimed royal family said that originally they came from Genghis Khan, a very famous ruler, who almost conquered the whole world.

It's all up to you if you believe or not about his story that royal Tallano family had owned a vast of land that was called before Mahalika, and not Philippines.

He also claimed that no royal family existed before them. But the interviewer questioned Prince Tallano: why there was no records about them in history? Based on his response, he insisted that he had some evidences and even Scarborough Shoal he said that it belonged to the royal Tagean Tallano family.

Agot Isidro Complains About Traffic Jam Under Duterte Administration

By Alon Calinao Dy: When it comes to a horrendous montrous traffic jam being experienced daily by commuters, I'd say that it is everyone's concern and the former Aquino administration didn't do anything to solve the traffic woe's especially in Metro Manila. 

I don't think critics should blame the current administration because traffic jams were already the big problems of the commuters from the past administrations.

In this report, Actress Agot Isidro voiced out her opinion about her bad experience regarding the heavy traffic problems in Metro Manila, blaming the president for it.

Netizens did not like what they heard or read on the news report that spread all over social media about the actress' comments since traffic congestion already existed before Duterte won the presidency.

Though it's true that traffic jams can kill every person because of too much air pollution, it is not right that critics will blame everything to the current administration especially when most Filipinos have seen a hardworking and intillegent president who has a genuine love for his country and people.

7-Year-Old Girl Was Raped And Killed By Their Neighbor Under The Influence Of Illegal Drugs

By Alon Calinao Dy: Imagine a 7-year-old girl was raped and killed by their neighbor and the person who did this heinous crime to whom the parent's victim considered a person living next door was a trusted friend.

The victim was found dead at the Tugatog Cemetery in Malabon City last Oct. 21, who was found naked and believed to have been raped before she was murdered.

There was a witness in the monstrous crime that the victim and suspect were together at that time, a pedicab driver who asked not to be named. 

In a viral blog post of Mr. Alon Dy entitled do you agree with this kind of penalization for the rapists? He said that "killing innocent life is a great sin. But if the sanctions could save more lives, then let's do it. If they are confirmed rapists, it is the people's right to ascertain the safety of their loved ones. Let's not watch and wait for another rape victim. Let's do something to prevent these criminal offenses."

The restoration of death penalty in the Philippines is what Filipinos are asking now to the government because of many heinous crimes are committed by people who are under the influence of illegal drugs and alcohol. 

Saturday, October 22, 2016

BAYAN Secretary General Activist Renato Reyes Complains Of Death Threats After A Violent Dispersal

By Alon Calinao Dy: Reports all over social media that Bayan Secretary General and activist Renato Reyes received death threats after a bloody and violent anti-US rally last Oct. 19 at US embassy.

Reyes was reportedly as a mastermind why there were many protesters and police officers that were badly hurt during the dispersal.

Reports said that the death threats were coming from the social media and blaming Reyes who has been successful in brainwashing the rallyists.

The activist Reyes remained strong and has promised to be back on the streets despite many death threats he received from his haters.

Many netizens questioned Reyes' credibility why he is always against to the government's rules and regulations. Others said that he is using other people for his personal interests.

President Rodrigo Duterte Brings Back The Respect of Superpowers To Filipinos

By Alon Calinao Dy: In just a few months as the 16th President of the Republic of the Philippines, Duterte has been admired not by a lot of Filipinos around the world but also internationally. 

Many Filipinos considered Duterte as a leader who has a genuine love for the poor and a leader called the "Punisher" for his war on drugs and being the only leader who condemned corruption within the government agencies, law enforcement and public servants.

Mr. Alon Dy, a blogger and avid supporter of President Duterte said "President Duterte is the most trusted public official in the Philippines because he is honest and fair." Many Filipinos love him for who he is.

In a recent post of President spokesperson of President Duterte, Peter Tiu Lavina said "our president is not quarreling with anyone, not even the EU and the UN, he is simply sending a clear message - we the Filipino people are not anyone's slaves! We are their friends and partners, on equal footing, not their lackeys!"

While there are anti-Duterte because of the reports that President Duterte declared separation of long-time ally U.S., the president himself made it clear to everyone that he doesn't want to cut ties with the America but only "separation of foreign policy."

President Duterte said it after he returned to the Philippines from China. "It is not severance of ties. You say severance of ties, you cut the diplomatic relations. I cannot do that."  Duterte knows how to maintain good relations to superpowers like USA, China and Russia.

What Filipinos think of President Rodrigo Duterte now is a man full of respect for his country because he brings back the respect of world leaders to the Philippines as Filipinos "are not anyone's slaves" as what Peter Lavina said on his Facebook post.

With him as president, Filipinos are known around the world for being bold and have respect for themselves. It seems President Duterte wants to tell everyone that Philippines can surely survive any obstacles in life if they are united and try not to fear the word change.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Should Death Penalty Be Allowed in the Philippines?

By Alon Calinao Dy: I have heard a lot from Filipinos across the country that they are in favor of the restoration of the death penalty in the Philippines. 

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I support President Duterte and Senator Manny Pacquiao about their plan to bring back a capital punishment in the country and to punish those people who commit heinous crimes.

I graduated as a high school student from a minor seminary last 2001 at Seminario De Jesus Nazareno in Borongan, Eastern, Samar, and I always believe that life is precious and a gift from God. Therefore, no one has the right to take away what God had given us except if it's God's will.

However, as I have realized and get older and older, I always think about the victim's side. Even God does not want these victims to be killed by these heartless criminals. But the only reason why bad things happen to us because God had given us a WILL to do good or bad things. It's all up to us. 

I believe this WILL that God had given us comes with a huge responsibility and accountability. If one person commits a grave crime, then this person should be accountable for it and the death penalty serves moral and just for the purpose of maintaining peace and order in the society.

I don't understand why some priests and pastors kept on saying that what makes us different from these criminals if we kill them. It is true that violence is bad but if people let these criminals live and tolerate their criminal activities, many innocent lives are going to die. 

I don't think religious congregations have given clear solutions on how to end criminalities except through the beliefs in the power of prayer and forgiveness to one another. Of course, I always believe that prayer is a powerful weapon, but the meaning of forgiveness has been abused by a lot of people so many times.

I don't think it's OK to say Sorry after one person killed another. I don't think being a forgiving person taught us to value the importance of life. I mean forgiveness has been used by some people to avoid punishment and not being responsible for their actions.

I feel that many criminals today can easily walk away from their illegal activities because they think government's laws are soft for them. Therefore, I support the proposal of some lawmakers that it is the right time to reconsider the restoration of death penalty in the country since Philippines became a drug den where people can easily buy, use, and produce illegal drugs.