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True Catholics Must Take an Uncompromising Stand

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. Photo: INQ File/Ariel Endaya hat Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is a demon disguised as a human being, who brings out the worst in people leading to the ruin of their souls, is a subject of much ...

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Duterte Should Work Towards China Accepting the Tribunal’s Decision

President Rodrigo Duterte. CNN file photo here are those who say that the Philippines never misses an opportunity, to miss an opportunity. Sadly, there may be some truth to that statement. After WWII, the country appeared poised to take the ...

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Demonic Forces Engulfing the Philippines — Duterte Should Resign

President Rodrigo Duterte with his police and military officers. Photo: Inquirer photo  (Note: The following article came out in the Inquirer barely 3 1/2 months after Rodrigo Duterte sat in office as President of the Philippines. The author had immediately ...

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Is Siding with China Instead of America a Smart Move by Duterte?

Graphic of American and Chinese flags superimposed. Photo: www.nationofchange.org iven the United States’ diminished influence in world affairs and China’s growing power, especially in the Asia-Pacific region, was it wise for Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte choose China over the U.S. ...

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Repercussions of Duterte’s Behavior on Pinoys

Then candidate Rodrigo Duterte during a campaign rally in Metro Manila. Photo:  REUTERS/japantimes.co.jp ong before being elected president, President Rodrigo Duterte was already known for his "colorful” language. While some thought he would temper his speech once in Malaca�ang, it ...

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Should the Mothballed Bataan Nuclear Processing Plant Be Finally Activated?

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Over the decades we published several stories on the Bataan Nuclear Processing Plant (BNPP). For over 40 years the BNPP in Morong, Bataan has remained unused. Loans for the Westinghouse-designed plant, built during Martial Law ...

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China’s Xi Might Become Duterte’s Genie

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during a welcome ceremony outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, Oct., 2016. Photo: AP/Ng Han Guan. ike the fairytale of Aladdin and his genie in a lamp, Philippine ...

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Sereno’s Unconstitutional Removal Makes Everything Worse Going Forward

Ousted Supreme Court Chief Justice Lourdes Sereno emerges from the Supreme Court to meet with her supporters in Manila. Photo: Jonathan Cellona, ABS-CBN News. eople the world over are left scratching their heads, wondering how such a thing can even ...

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America’s Decline and How That Affects the Philippines

The inevitable clash of hegemons? Photo: nanalyze.com. he United States was seen as an amazing country by many Filipinos during the latter half of the 20th century. In fact most of the Free World saw America that way. American companies ...

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Unless Filipinos Want to End Up as the Domestic Helpers of the World… They Need to Do What We Suggest

Neuroscience advances a better understanding of the brain. Synapses at work. File photo he Catholic faith served the Spanish colonizers well. Though vastly outnumbered, and halfway around the world from Spain, Spaniards had little to worry. The Indios they colonized, ...

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