Greetings Philippines. Greetings Mister President. We are Anonymous.
For more than 2 years now, the Filipino people have put their trust in you. You made the people believe that in taking up the name of your parents and their legacy, you will lead our Nation back to greatness. The time has come for us Filipinos, deprived of truth, to take back that trust we have given you even before the elections. Why? You have done little to alleviate the sufferings of your people.
Just what have you done? During your first year of Presidency, you immediately ordered the outlawing of vehicular sirens in order to promote equality and respect on the road. But please do remember that the progress of the nation does not rely on road discipline alone. Blame games mark your first term of office. Though we must commend your constant use of the Filipino Language in your speeches, we find no interest in your zealous quest in revealing the wrongs of the previous administration. Leave that to your Truth Commission and focus on what’s really essential. For us, what matters most is the present condition of the country. Many issues are still left unsolved.
As you can see, many people are still hungry, jobless. Children are deprived of their basic needs like education. How do you expect our nation to be restored to glory if these children do not even know the alphabet? How do you expect them to aid in our national growth when they are constantly bothered by a growling stomach? Your act of eating hotdogs on America doesn’t impress us, Mister President. For there are people that just eat rice with salt with no viand whatsoever. Sometimes, no food at all. Healthcare services are also scarce in some parts of the country. In those places, people die without getting the proper medical attention they deserve. Just where do the taxes we pay go? Mister President, we demand a stronger economy that can sustain the Filipino people. And by that, we mean the whole populace, not just a rich powerful few.
Corruption is yet another issue. We’ve had enough of power- hungry politicians who would gladly kill in the name of ambition. Congressmen who are bent in making themselves richer while the people they represent wait in vain for proper facilities and infrastructures. You’ve made a promise to the Filipino people that you will not steal. While that might sound like a fairly good statement, it isn’t enough.
There are traditional politicians and political dynasties that prevent newer visionaries and fresh minded youth to make their voices heard, thereby preventing change.
Our politics is in a state of stagnation. We cannot move our nation to progress as long as we have politicians like Senator Enrile, Senator Drilon, and other old politicians who have limited views and insist on the traditional way, thereby limiting the efficiency of the current government. Their endless debates mean nothing to us because as long as we live in a so-so state, we would never see their worth nor acknowledge their vague achievements.
As for you Mister President, you have 4 more years to prove your worth. That you have the right substance to lead this nation in an unbiased way. Rule this country with dignity and don’t ever let yourself be swayed by anyone. Do not let the sufferings of your people reach a point where we’ll decide to oust you from your office, just as we did with Estrada. For we believe that people shouldn’t be afraid of the government. Rather, the government must be afraid of its people. Heed our warning.
We Are Anonymous.
We Are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
(SPOT.ph) Cyberspace has become the platform of the best and worst things that people can come up with when they’re online. While it’s a hotbed of game-changing ideas and artistic expression, it has also turned into a breeding ground for trolls and cyberthugs. That being said, well-meaning Pinoy lawmakers thought it best to pass Republic Act No. 10175 or The Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012. But, wait! There’s a catch. This very same law that professes to protect us from those who would do us wrong via digital means also threatens to take away our freedom to say what we want.
Senator Tito Sotto proudly owned up to the fact that he was responsible for inserting the libel clause into the law. Senator Chiz Escudero called the insertion a “mistake” and has said that he’ll move to have the law repealed. Meanwhile, Senator TG Guingona (along with the other senators who didn’t back the law) continues to be against the law. For its part, Malacañang said President Noynoy Aquino thoroughly reviewed the law before he affixed his signature to it—a fact which strikes some people as strange. There are those who have remarked that if P-Noy’s father, Ninoy, was still around, he probably be among those protesting what has come to be called as “cyber martial law.”
For the record, the following senators voted to pass the law: Sen. Tito Sotto, Sen. Bong Revilla, Sen. Manny Villar, Sen. Lito Lapid, Sen. Koko Pimentel, Sen. Jinggoy Estrada, Sen. Loren Legarda, Sen. Chiz Escudero, Sen. Ping Lacson, Sen. Gringo Honasan, Sen. Pia Cayetano, Sen. Bongbong Marcos, Sen. Ralph Recto.
Sure, the law does have some good points, but its “nasty parts” can’t be ignored. With the help of InterAksyon.com’s series of articles about the Cybercrime Prevention Act—as well as news clips from GMA-7, ABS-CBN, and ANC—we have listed 10 of the law’s scariest parts:
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- Vanity shots. Bawal mag-upload ng 3 albums worth of photos na puro mukha mo lang! Feel kitang i-report! Nag-headband lang, 75 photos agad dapat.
- After-jerjer cuddling photos. Wag mag-upload ng pics ninyo ng jowa mo kung saan obvious na wala kayong saplot! Hindi handa ang sambayanan sa bed sheets niyong madumi. Sumulat kayo kay Xerex at magtanong kung kelan siya magkakaroon ng website.
- ‘Yung mga mahihilig mag-fish for compliments. Magpopost ng pictures pero sasabihin pangit sila. Magpopost ng cover ng isang kanta at sasabihing pangit ang boses ninyo. Mga epal kayong hayop kayo!
- Mga mahilig makipag-away in English na karumal-dumal ang grammar tulad ng “I’m can never jealous of a slut like you..your such a trying hard!!”
- TMI (Too Much Information) Attack - “ang lakas ng regla ko today..”, “haizt maghapon akong nagtatae sakit na ng pwet ko..”
- Emo 24/7 - “Guys ang sakit may mahal na siyang iba..”, “FB friends gusto ko na mamatay..”, “haizz miss ko na siya pero di ko sasabihin kung sino”, “guys umiiyak ako ngayon (insert photo)”
- Mga taong mahilig magsend ng game requests. Nakakasira sa notifications.
- Nagpapa-like ng photo o status nila.
- Nagpapa-follow ng blogs tapos i-a-unfollow ka agad.
- ‘Yung mga obvious na poser pero hindi pa rin umaamin.
- Mga jejemon na nagpapa-trend sa Twitter.
- EoWH pFouH kUyAh uzTah pFouH jAn jEjEjE aCoh pFouh aUz aMan wAzuP pFouH NuH pFouH 3p nYoh JAn tAwA muCh jEjEjE —-> RECLUSION PERPETUA
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Annabeth is terrified. Just when she’s about to be reunited with Percy—after six months of being apart, thanks to Hera—it looks like Camp Jupiter is preparing for war. As Annabeth and her friends Jason, Piper, and Leo fly in on the Argo II, she can’t blame the Roman demigods for thinking the ship is a Greek weapon. With its steaming bronze dragon masthead, Leo’s fantastical creation doesn’t appear friendly. Annabeth hopes that the sight of their praetor Jason on deck will reassure the Romans that the visitors from Camp Half-Blood are coming in peace.
And that’s only one of her worries. In her pocket Annabeth carries a gift from her mother that came with an unnerving demand: Follow the Mark of Athena. Avenge me. Annabeth already feels weighed down by the prophecy that will send seven demigods on a quest to find—and close— the Doors of Death. What more does Athena want from her?
Annabeth’s biggest fear, though, is that Percy might have changed. What if he’s now attached to Roman ways? Does he still need his old friends? As the daughter of the goddess of war and wisdom, Annabeth knows she was born to be a leader, but never again does she want to be without Seaweed Brain by her side.
Narrated by four different demigods, The Mark of Athena is an unforgettable journey across land and sea to Rome, where important discoveries, surprising sacrifices, and unspeakable horrors await. Climb aboard the Argo II, if you dare…
Alam ko na pangontra sa CyberCrime Law! Blind Item dapat lagi!!
Tipong, sino itong singer na parang Pancit Canton ang buhok!! Tipong ganun!
Syempre iisipin nila si Charice Pempengco pero ang totoo naman eh si
So sino ang pahiya? Edi yung magkukulong! Pwede mo sila i counter at umangal! Hahaha!
Robert Plutchik created a wheel of emotions in 1980 which consisted of 8 basic emotions and 8 advanced emotions each composed of 2 basic ones.
Eight Basic Emotions
Basic Emotion ⇄ Basic Opposite
- Joy ⇄ Sadness
- Trust ⇄ Disgust
- Fear ⇄ Anger
- Surprise ⇄ Anticipation
Combination of Basic Emotions (A + B) = Advanced Human Emotions (Opposite Advanced Emotion in Parentheses)
- Anticipation + Joy = Optimism (Disapproval)
- Joy + Trust = Love (Remorse)
- Trust + Fear = Submission (Contempt)
- Fear + Surprise = Awe (Aggression)
- Surprise + Sadness = Disappointment (Optimism)
- Sadness + Disgust = Remorse (Love)
- Disgust + Anger = Contempt (Submission)
- Anger + Anticipation = Aggression (Awe)
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- Student: Sir, gagawin ko po ang lahat basta pumasa lang ako!
- Prof: Sshhh! Kahit ano?
- Student: Kahit ano sir!
- Prof: Sige, gawin mong mag-aral!