You’d better support Noy-Mar… or else!

The yellow sun will burn us all.

While I shook my head upon hearing the news, I wasn’t exactly surprised. I mean, is anything TOO LOW for these people?

Poor Araneta Center workers such as the Food Court employees at the Gateway Mall were forced to wear yellow armbands that professed support for the Abnoy and Mamamar (as in Mama’s boy Mar). The personal preference of the employees didn’t matter to the morons who gave away these bands and instructed them to wear it.

Of course, can any one of these people actually resist or refuse? You know the answer to that no-brainer (or Noynoy) of a question. Incidentally, I tried to Google “Noynoy baller bands” and Google computer returned: “Ibig mo bang sabihin ay: ninoy baller band?”

That’s telling it like it is, Google!

Back to the coercion. If you consider how oppressive and offensive moves like that are, it would be easy to understand why the Noy campaign has lost steam — taking a beating in both electoral AND trust ratings.

A lie repeated often enough becomes the truth. Unfortunately for Noy, the lies about his qualifications and the lies about his rival candidates aren’t sticking — no matter how often they replay or re-conceptualize his lame-ass ads.

I’ve been to a number of presidential fora and I’ve seen for myself the vacant stares of Noy, the endless consultation with Jajajamboy, and the ubiquitous codigo. I’ve asked myself whether I’m just so biased against the guy that I’ve given up on being open to the very idea of him.

The answer is, yes, I am biased against him — and even if I try to search deep within or even sometimes give him the benefit of the doubt, Noy is obscene with no saving graces. He is a liar, thief, and can’t even give Shalani the honor of marriage. Pogi kasi e.

There, I said it. That feels good.

So fill your Araneta Coliseum. Fill it up with people looking at you for hope and salvation, yet all you have in your pockets are lies as Kamag-anak, Inc. lies salivating in the corner — hoping for the darkest day when the Yellow Mafia come to roost in Malacanang again.

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  1. Yes Noy

    1. If you’re so smart then who is your preferred presidential candidate?
    2. How much are you getting paid for this?
    3. You are not an employer so you do not understand the essence of an employer taking a stand for his employees. Complain if the employees are fired if they do not vote for Noy-Mar in May. As if the employer will know.

    • Ah! You mean like how the Aquinos made a stand for the Hacienda Luisita workers? Oh, sorry. They didn’t. Hmmm… Well, it appears you want to make it appear that YOU’RE SMART but then fall into the old refrain that anyone who speaks his mind against Noy is paid. Tsktsk. Poor you. You have been NGOYIFIED!

  2. Yes Noy

    Tell me, who is your president Mr. ‘Smart’ Blogger? I’m waitiiiing.

    • Well, you can wait till the Apocalypse, except that I’m not sure you can hold your bowels THAT long. Thanks for the “smart” blogger comment, though. Wish I could say the same for your Noy.

  3. Yes Noy

    What do you know about the Luisita issue? Are you aware that land distribution does not necessarily mean productivity for the new landowner-farmers? Are you aware that not all agricultural lands are 100% tillable?

    Who’s your President? Let me know and let’s debate.

    Let’s see where it goes.

    I’m waitiiiing…

    • Hacienda

      In case you forgot, Noynoy’s parents were great, I can’t say the same for him. He’s living in the shadow of his parents, and possibly living in the shadow of Kris’. This is your next president–a shadow? Funny how Noynoy’s official facebook fan page preaches about Democracy and Transparency, yet a while ago I was prohibited from posting and criticizing his platforms, plus all of my posts were deleted. Has he forgotten what his parents fought for? Freedom? And yes, your Noynoy was one of the people who approved the deployment of military troops to Hacienda Luisita to murder those farmers, and those 2 children. Is he your President?

      • eye star

        Hacienda:

        Your facts are wrong!

        The Luisita massacre is one that is very complex. I have to admit that the story as presented by opposing political camps is quite bothersome. I did some research and let me enlighten you with some truths that my research has brought out:

        Left leaning groups, particularly the NPA, KMU, BM, Gabriela, Bayan, etc, headed by Satur Ocampo, Liza Masa, Teddy Casino, etc. started to target Hacienda Luisita 2 years prior to the massacre. When the timing seemed right, the Communists began seeding unrest, importing more people from other provinces that would serve as the “STARTERS”. Of the 7 that died, only 1 was from Hacienda Luisita, the rest of the bodies were never found, for they were hidden by the leftists for fear that they would be put in the frontline of the investigation. The young man that died from H.L. that day, upon autopsy, was shot in the back by a home made “SHOTGUN” which obviously did not come from the ranks of the PNP or AFP.

        Let me lift some paragraphs written by Noel Holt in January 2006. He is an investigative journalist that writes for the World Socialist Web Site.:

        “President Gloria Arroyo’s Labor Secretary Patricia Sto Tomas had personally dispatched the soldiers and police with instructions to disperse the picket. Tomas justified the decision to intervene by declaring “the national interest” was “clearly affected by the dispute”.

        Despite incriminating accounts by many witnesses who saw police, soldiers and security guards firing into the picket line, not a single arrest has been made. After hearing testimony from 41 witnesses and reviewing ballistic tests on police firearms, the National Bureau of Investigations (NBI) recommended charges against nine Philippines National Police (PNP) officers.

        The NBI investigation, along with the government-ordered Senate inquiry to which the NBI was to report, was designed to appease a public outcry over the killings. Significantly, the NBI report made no mention of the military’s role in the massacre even though an eyewitness—Francisco Lintag, a sheriff from the Labor and Employment Department—said he saw soldiers rushing toward the picketers and discharging their firearms.

        The NBI avoided implicating the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) in the killings because to have done so would have directly raised the question of whether the government had authorised the use of lethal force against the strikers.”

        The Cojuangco family never ordered the Police or Military to open fire. They were taking orders from the people of President Arroyo. The massacre cannot be blamed on Noynoy. It is not fair, it is an outright falsehood.

        Villar’s camp through his 2 senatoriables from the LEFT, Liza Maza and Satur Ocampo have initiated a massive misinformation drive about Hacienda Luisita. They send their Kabo’s to the different Universities and Colleges with DVD’s and leaflets directly linking Noy to the killing.

        What an injustice to the man and his family.

        On another note, the records of the Department of Agrarian Reform will show that of all the landed families in the Philippines, there has been no other family that can claim that they have given more land to their farmers than the Cojuangcos. Yes, it is true that they have about 5,000 hectares in question today, but I found out that it used to be 25,000 hectares. This used to be not only sugar but ricelands as well.

        Upon further research, the reason why they were pushing for the Stock Dividend Option instead of Land distribution is that the farmers who were previous recepients of the land ended up selling the land to other people due to the inability of government to provide the colateral support needed by the farmers. Today, I found out that 95% of the farmers want to stick to the SDO and NOT land distribution because they know through the example of the previous recepients that they will be headed to the same wrong path previously taken.

        The Communists are to blame for that unfortunate event. These guys know the truth. If you or anyone you know is working for Villar who has been coddling these leftists should beware! He is treading dangerous ground, playing with the left, just so he can get to the Presidency at all costs, even at the cost of our democracy.

      • eye star

        And yes, Noynoy is my President.

  4. jane

    Yes Noy is pissed off. Just tell him/her your president so you can start an “intelligent” debate. By intelligent, I mean what can you say WORTHY about each other’s president. I wonder if there is something worthy about Noynoy aside from being the son of Ninoy and Cory (that’s not even so worthy about in the first place).

  5. Yes Noy

    Way to go Jane! Tell your friends to start talking about their preferred president so we can start comparing.

    Tell them I’m waitiiiing…

    • apy

      Wag ka na nga YES NOY amp, tinatanong mo ba kung sino iboboto niya para sabihin mo corrupt kung sinoman pipiliin niya ha ? ano?? ganon ba? iboboto na natin si noy dahil dun? dahil wala pa siyang nagawang masama sa mata ng publiko?!?!! ABA! wala rin siyang nagawang mabuti para sa bansa! ha! ANO!?! hindi mo ba kayang paglabanan ang abnoy na yan batay sa kaniyang mga nagawa????

  6. misk4r

    wow i cant believe it.. someone is daring enough to compare noynoy to any other candidates..

    noynoy has done nothing to deserve a position in the government, let alone the president sit.

    what has he done to make him your president?

    for me and for those people who are voting using their HEADS noynoy definitely is not an OPTION..

    and wanna ask me who my president is? im going for Sen. Gordon.. still wanna compare him to your noynoy? its no brainer.. Sen. Gordon is light years away from your noynoy..

  7. ninja

    It is true that no candidate is perfect. But in the rank of imperfect things, Noy is the champion. Yes I would vote for Gibo, Gordon, Perlas and lastly Villar over Noy.

    The most grave issue is Noy’s HL-we are talking about deaths, killing, assassination! Fr. Tadena was stabbed 7 times. Aside from land grabbing and using the people’s money to buy it. This is from investigative reports.

    Why should you demand for the blogger to reveal his candidate? You will just use speculations to attack his candidate. Same old story, everyone else is evil: Gibo and GMA, Villar & C5, etc., etc. Let’s assume the issues are all true. Wala naman namatay doon. So winner pa rin si Noy!

    Besides, you are the guest here, Yes Noy. It would be good if you can be respectful of the host.

    Go ahead, Yes Noy, and vote who you want to, and let Oh Noy do too.

    Me=epal

  8. ninja

    O eto, bagong mga allegations against the Aquino family. Kayo kasi, inilagay niyo pa si Noy bilang kandidato. Tuloy lahat lumabas na. Kung hindi sana kumandidato, hindi na ilalabas ang mga skeletons in the closet ng Cojuangco-Aquino. Mabango pa sana ang pangalan nila.

    http://www.mabuhayradio.com/sections/philippine-presidency/455-not-getting-mad-at-but-getting-even-with-tita-cory.html

  9. Where will be NoyNoy if he was not born as an AQUINO?

  10. Yes Noy

    Ninja,

    Good line-up:

    Gibo, Gordon, Perlas, & Villar.

    Good good good.

    Clean clean clean.

    Gib0 – allied with GMA?
    Gordon – allied with GMA?
    Perlas – Nevermind
    Villar – allied with GMA? Ever heard of the P6.9B C5 extension road that was constructed using government funds AND was also constructed beside an already existing and approved P2.6B BOT & Malaysian funded MCTEP road AND passed through several projects of Villar AND AND AND…

    • khulet

      yes noy….
      allies ah… o all are lies yan mga yan?
      sila b ang allied ni GMA? o ang AMO mo?
      pno mo ippliwanag ang mga kmag-nak ng AMO mo na ksama s gabinete ni GMA?

      tnggapin mo ang ktotohanan n wla tlg nagawa ang AMO mo?
      ilan nga bang batas ang naipasa nya? dmi… wla ka ngang mabibilang!

    • arm

      why never mind for Perlas? HE is my candidate. All you need to do is read his platform on his site. Voters should get to know him before dismissing him.

      By the way, he was simple magnificent last night at GMA 7’s Kandidato.

  11. Yes Noy

    WHY I WILL VOTE FOR NOYNOY
    By: Winnie Monsod

    I am known to be a Noynoy supporter, but to those skeptics and to those who are still undecided, I do concede that he is not perfect. His record as a politician is average and unspectacular at best. He does not have the charisma of his father. Before the death of his mother, he did not get much mileage. But I am going all out in support for Noynoy in 2010 because he stands for clean governance and appear willing to accomplish this. In addition, he has the best chance of preventing a opportunistic businessman, the assured next President of our country before Cory died, from using the Office of the President as a personal growth asset to his business empire.

    Noynoy’s clean record is a big plus for me. It is a trait that I think should be the most important quality that we should look for in our next president. His appeal is that his track record is not tarnished by corruption scandals and his political debts are minimal. I know that many critics are trying to make an issue over his involvement in Hacienda Luisita, but Noynoy is not even heavily involved in the company. As a shareholder, Noynoy only owns .04% of Hacienda Luisita, a drop in the ocean and hardly in any position to do something about it. The case of the Hacienda does not have the substance that the C-5 extension controversy has a lot of.

    In addition, Nonoy also has an incredible legacy to live up to. All the pressure is on him to be clean and stay clean. He can’t afford to tarnish the Aquino name and the immense legacy that his parents left behind. Cory and Ninoy practically sacrificed their family for their dream of a better Philippines. For Noynoy, to know that your father and mother went through so much hardship to improve our country is a heavy burden to think about if you do decide to become a crook and destroy everything that they fought for.

    We all have to make a choice. In my opinion, it has to go to the presidentiable who has an independent mind, stands up for what he believes in, is clean, and has the legacy his parents to live up to and maintain. For me, Nonoy, with all his flaws, is that candidate. For what this country needs is a clean president who can set an example top-down for the entire state; it needs a president with the will to change things and stamp out corruption; it needs a President who can set an example and is willing to perfect our dysfunctional democracy.

    I want someone who stands for being clean. He does not need a degree from Harvard. He does not need to have a multi-million peso business to show me he can make us all rich. He does not have to speak well. He just has to be clean. Nothing else should matter. He has to prioritize a platform of clean and effective governance and make sure that it delivers on that promise. Policies on the economy, education, energy, environment and health can all follow after the fundamentals are taken cared of. So far, the only candidate who promotes my vision with a clean record to back it up is Noynoy.

    Our urban landscape is replete with political slogans that attempt to convince people of certain candidate’s ability to lead our nation

    Galing at Talino? Sorry Gibo, those were the supposed qualities of GMA, rubber stamped with a Phd in Economics. And what happened? She only worsened our economy. To GMA’s credit she did balance our budget at one point, but it has again ballooned to the level where the next president will have to deal with the same economic issues she faced in 2005. During GMA’s watch investment in infrastructure was insufficient, poverty incidence worsened, public education deteriorated, our nautical highway is still incomplete, goons like the Ampatuan’s flourished in the south, and a culture of corruption flourished in our institutions. Instead of creating jobs, GMA focused on a policy of exporting labor without measuring the social costs of such a policy- thousands of broken OFW families and children of OFW’s who do not have the proper parental supervision to teach them the differences between right and wrong. In effect, our next generation is left on their own to figure out how to become empowered patriots who love their country and will fight to defend it. In effect, whatever statistics in GDP growth GMA and her allies love to advertise, non of it trickled down and benefitted the poor..and none of it accounts for the social costs to her policies.

    Good speaker? Sorry Gibo, Marcos had that quality and he did nothing good for our contry. In fact, Marcos squandered the opportunity to be our Lee Kuan Yew and Dr. Mahatir. If I want a good, charismatic, and eloquent speaker, let’s just run down the list of effective public speakers and vote them in.

    Para sa mahirap? Sorry Erap, you had your chance and failed miserably. Your only accomplishment is in convincing our masses that movie roles do not carry over into the political area.

    My only concern with Noynoy is how deep he might be in the Liberal Party and whether he has accumulate political debts to Liberal trapos. The Liberal PArty, like any party, has its own share of crooks (including those bandwagon trapos who jumped off GMA”s boat to ride on Aquino’s popularity). How much will Nonoy have to give back to the Liberal trapos (and bandwagon Liberals who jumped GMA’s ship) if elected? We will never know. However, I am willing to live with that unanswered question if it means preventing someone like Villar from turning the Philippines into Vista Land’s next subdivision development. I am also reassured by the fact that he has that “Aquino” name and the ghosts of his parents to answer to if does decide to go down the immoral path.

    Nonoy will not solve all our problems. One person can’t. But we need a start somewhere and it should be with someone who pushes honesty, reform, and good governance. It will be a tough battle, but I want to give Noynoy the chance to build on what his mother tried to accomplish. And I hope that if Noynoy wins, he will have the courage to make tough decisions and go after crooks, even if it means hurting a lot of friends and colleagues in government.

    • in my humble opinion

      @yes noy

      we will never be convinced.
      and please, just read the sources given to you by the people here on the previous posts.

      lastly, I have this observation about the pro- Noys:

      -they don’t listen to the BOTH sides of the issues
      – just like their candidate, they can’t very well explain what they are really FIGHTING for
      -whenever attacked and pressed by issues, all they answer is “ah basta! noynoy kami.”, if not, they would prefer attacking the anti-Noys personally (which i find it cowardly- it shows that they’ve got nothing else to say)

      …of which i have concluded that…they present lousy arguments. period.

  12. panotsa

    hahahahaha!

    The joke’s on you.
    In her online Inquirer column, Solita Monsod denied writing the article that you posted.
    tsk..tsk..tsk…

    Kung maka noynoy man sya, hehe! ikinahihiya nya!

  13. Yes Noy

    Panotsa,

    If you are right in saying that she was not the author then let me repost it with her name removed and tell you that it is the same and exact sentiment that I have.

    Period.

    WHY I WILL VOTE FOR NOYNOY
    By: Not From Winnie Monsod But From Whoever & It Does Not Matter

    I am known to be a Noynoy supporter, but to those skeptics and to those who are still undecided, I do concede that he is not perfect. His record as a politician is average and unspectacular at best. He does not have the charisma of his father. Before the death of his mother, he did not get much mileage. But I am going all out in support for Noynoy in 2010 because he stands for clean governance and appear willing to accomplish this. In addition, he has the best chance of preventing a opportunistic businessman, the assured next President of our country before Cory died, from using the Office of the President as a personal growth asset to his business empire.

    Noynoy’s clean record is a big plus for me. It is a trait that I think should be the most important quality that we should look for in our next president. His appeal is that his track record is not tarnished by corruption scandals and his political debts are minimal. I know that many critics are trying to make an issue over his involvement in Hacienda Luisita, but Noynoy is not even heavily involved in the company. As a shareholder, Noynoy only owns .04% of Hacienda Luisita, a drop in the ocean and hardly in any position to do something about it. The case of the Hacienda does not have the substance that the C-5 extension controversy has a lot of.

    In addition, Nonoy also has an incredible legacy to live up to. All the pressure is on him to be clean and stay clean. He can’t afford to tarnish the Aquino name and the immense legacy that his parents left behind. Cory and Ninoy practically sacrificed their family for their dream of a better Philippines. For Noynoy, to know that your father and mother went through so much hardship to improve our country is a heavy burden to think about if you do decide to become a crook and destroy everything that they fought for.

    We all have to make a choice. In my opinion, it has to go to the presidentiable who has an independent mind, stands up for what he believes in, is clean, and has the legacy his parents to live up to and maintain. For me, Nonoy, with all his flaws, is that candidate. For what this country needs is a clean president who can set an example top-down for the entire state; it needs a president with the will to change things and stamp out corruption; it needs a President who can set an example and is willing to perfect our dysfunctional democracy.

    I want someone who stands for being clean. He does not need a degree from Harvard. He does not need to have a multi-million peso business to show me he can make us all rich. He does not have to speak well. He just has to be clean. Nothing else should matter. He has to prioritize a platform of clean and effective governance and make sure that it delivers on that promise. Policies on the economy, education, energy, environment and health can all follow after the fundamentals are taken cared of. So far, the only candidate who promotes my vision with a clean record to back it up is Noynoy.

    Our urban landscape is replete with political slogans that attempt to convince people of certain candidate’s ability to lead our nation

    Galing at Talino? Sorry Gibo, those were the supposed qualities of GMA, rubber stamped with a Phd in Economics. And what happened? She only worsened our economy. To GMA’s credit she did balance our budget at one point, but it has again ballooned to the level where the next president will have to deal with the same economic issues she faced in 2005. During GMA’s watch investment in infrastructure was insufficient, poverty incidence worsened, public education deteriorated, our nautical highway is still incomplete, goons like the Ampatuan’s flourished in the south, and a culture of corruption flourished in our institutions. Instead of creating jobs, GMA focused on a policy of exporting labor without measuring the social costs of such a policy- thousands of broken OFW families and children of OFW’s who do not have the proper parental supervision to teach them the differences between right and wrong. In effect, our next generation is left on their own to figure out how to become empowered patriots who love their country and will fight to defend it. In effect, whatever statistics in GDP growth GMA and her allies love to advertise, non of it trickled down and benefitted the poor..and none of it accounts for the social costs to her policies.

    Good speaker? Sorry Gibo, Marcos had that quality and he did nothing good for our contry. In fact, Marcos squandered the opportunity to be our Lee Kuan Yew and Dr. Mahatir. If I want a good, charismatic, and eloquent speaker, let’s just run down the list of effective public speakers and vote them in.

    Para sa mahirap? Sorry Erap, you had your chance and failed miserably. Your only accomplishment is in convincing our masses that movie roles do not carry over into the political area.

    My only concern with Noynoy is how deep he might be in the Liberal Party and whether he has accumulate political debts to Liberal trapos. The Liberal PArty, like any party, has its own share of crooks (including those bandwagon trapos who jumped off GMA”s boat to ride on Aquino’s popularity). How much will Nonoy have to give back to the Liberal trapos (and bandwagon Liberals who jumped GMA’s ship) if elected? We will never know. However, I am willing to live with that unanswered question if it means preventing someone like Villar from turning the Philippines into Vista Land’s next subdivision development. I am also reassured by the fact that he has that “Aquino” name and the ghosts of his parents to answer to if does decide to go down the immoral path.

    Nonoy will not solve all our problems. One person can’t. But we need a start somewhere and it should be with someone who pushes honesty, reform, and good governance. It will be a tough battle, but I want to give Noynoy the chance to build on what his mother tried to accomplish. And I hope that if Noynoy wins, he will have the courage to make tough decisions and go after crooks, even if it means hurting a lot of friends and colleagues in government.

    • joe daria

      find no substance,the author was blinded by his fanatic belief ,need to research more before coming up with this kind of article,GMA7 deed their homework upon publishing the true facts about the mendiola masacre and the continued killing of hacienda luisita demontrators and supporters,this is woarse than c5 controversy,the aquino’s benefited so much from philippines politic by coincidence ,from the father who did nothing but to engage marcos to personal grudge and his martyrdom is a big question to many filipinos , claiming tha latter given up his life for his country ,dr.jose rizal wear no bullet froof and face his death ninoy try to protcet himself and seems not ready for his calling. can anybody says that we have a good life during cory’s term,our goverment were totally mismanage ,the military,the corruption is rampant among goverment agencies.
      the author underestimted the knowledgeable filipino reader.

  14. moola moola

    Noy Noy is incompetent. That is why he can’t be the next president of the Republic of the Philippines. He needs more training and experience.

  15. Philip

    still it was so pathetic for that whoever he/she is to put Winnie Monsod’s name as the author of the article. Winnie said she felt insulted with the terrible English. weh?

    yan ang trabaho ni Noy eh, laging ginagawang scapegoat si GMA. heck, mas marami pa atang nagawa si GMA bilang pangulog, and hecker, they also benefited much from her. ngayon kung sinuman na hindi kaalyado ni noy ay binibintang as kaalyado ni GMA.
    eh hindi din ba siya former kaalyado ni GMA nung he voted not to play the tape, tama ba?

    wahahaha, pathethic talaga mga Noy supporters!

  16. Philip

    and i find it funny yung linya…

    “Who’s your President? I’m waitiiiiiing.”

    nyahahahaha, parang he/she can’t take his/her candidate being the butt of criticism kaya nangdadamay na rin ng ibang kandidato. nyahahaha!

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