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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

It's a Moro-Moro, you Morons!

UPDATE 8.20.2008 3:05PM
 
The raw footage of the little girl's infamous temper can be seen in YouTube (Hat tip to Uniffors.com)
 

 
 

Assperon's appointment to the Peace portfolio was suspect way back. I had this crazy hunch that something sinister was in the works, what with this war monger and his girlfriend trying to perpetrate their giyera-giyerahan using the poor foot soldiers as their sacrificial lambs. Not to mention the Ass was then joiningDocument found in Josefa Apartments (Photo courtesy of historycommons.org) Gen. Boogie Mendoza, a former Razon protege, and an "acclaimed anti-terrorist expert" (it just happened that a fire of suspicious origin, "suspicious" at least to the instinctive Policewoman Aida Fariscal, gave away "Operation Bojinka" in an Al-Qaeda bomb-making makeshift lab in Ermita leading to the arrests of Murad and '93 WTC Bomber Youzef).

On the other side of the fence, a separatist front of freedom fighters on Mondays, Abu Sayyaf kidnappers on Tuesdays, Jemaah Islamiya trainees on Wednesdays, lost command on Thursdays, devout Muslims on Fridays, and plain farmers and merchants on weekends. Overseen by their provisions suppliers from Malaysia.

Now what do we have? A highly volatile cocktail made up of an administration struggling for perpetual survival, high-profile GWOT freaks looking for an opportunity to expand their military control and a wayward army of bandits all of them intelligent enough to know that peace was doomed in the first place but insist that they might just be able to pull it through. We did not order them. Sino kaya nag-order? Hmmm...(Photo courtesy of abs-cbnnews.com)

No, Gloria didn't plan to dismember the country via the MOA-AD, she knows it's unconstitutional, luckily, the legit opposition saw through her, she even had to use her allies to petition for a TRO which her SC appointees readily obliged to. She was expecting widespread retaliation but the MILF hierarchy surprisingly held back, her emergency rule cannot be imposed! No martial law, no chacha either. Doom! The Ass' loyal generals immediately had to scramble for the "Lost Commanders" Kato and Bravo who have been burning villages left and right in the past yet no sincere effort to bring them to justice was ever taken (You now have an idea why Kabalu insists these commanders were not ordered by MILF to do so). They needed them to jump start this stage of the war to put Plan B into action. Funny but Eid Kabalu hasn't announced an all-out offensive yet. Nor has Puno and Teodoro. Who wants to really finish the war after all? Even Misuari's MNLF are now wearing their old uniforms to defend their own territory. Against whom? The gov't? MILF? Or the Lost Command?There, Babe. You're lookin' good! (photo from dailylife.com)

Gloria's "Defend every inch of the territory" spiel was predictably looking for just the right moment to be announced so she blew her top after finding out her staff had not even prepared the teleprompter.

I suggest you stock up on the popcorn. I have not heard it in Beijing, maybe it was spoken in Mandarin, but this Mindanao spectacle, some call it moro-moro, is about to be officially opened.

Let the games begin.
 

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28 Comments:

At 12:03 PM, August 20, 2008, Blogger Jen said...

hey tongue,

welcome back!

 
At 12:37 PM, August 20, 2008, Anonymous Cocoy's Delight said...

I'm glad you are back in cyberspace again.Keep it up.I love reading all your post.My TFC don't broadcast these kind of substance coming from you.Hehehehe!

 
At 3:43 PM, August 20, 2008, Blogger Tongue's Wrath said...

jen,
Thanks, girl. Been busy lately though you can see in your blogs I still visit regularly and drop a comment or two.

cocoy,
Thank you, too, p're. No, you won't find analysis as controversial (or foolish) as mine on TFC. On tabloids, maybe, heheh.

 
At 10:49 PM, August 20, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That lambingan photo reminds me of the evil duo's 'happy together forever' pact to outlive the MOA imbloglio.

Kakakilabot ang tingin ni Ass sa batok ng kanyang president Pervert Mascorrupt.

***
Tongue,

Thanks very much for this exceptional piece, I can see better, heheh!

chi

 
At 10:55 PM, August 20, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

namali tuloy ang spelling ng imbroglio...bahala ka na nga, Tongue. Nabuyoy na ako, heheh.

Gloria's plan was so intricately inserted into the MOA, luma ang mga napapanood ko na spy thriller movies.

chi

 
At 11:44 PM, August 20, 2008, Blogger Tongue's Wrath said...

chi,
we all know that the MOA-AD was a mere freebie in what was the main purpose of the deal. Peace was immaterial, so was partitioning the territory. They may or may not be achieved at all but do they really care? The goal was to make sure the deal made so much noise it could stoke the flames of hatred and cause the hardening of positions such that a small spark could ignite an orgy of destruction and bloodshed while Gloria or any of her agents steps into the picture at the precise time to declare "This is it, it's not working. We can't talk peace unless these constitutional roadblocks are taken down". Of course, we know what would happen next.

If it were attended by a higher level of chaos, the next alternative is pulled, an emergency rule is set in place. Again, the obvious ends are to ensure safe passage of the Arroyos and their cabal up to the time an Arroyo-friendly ruler/puppet is enthroned.

I would therefore say that the flip-flop she just made was premature. It wasn't even the "real" MILF who were responsible for the carnage in Lanao and South Cotabato. Yet.

Meanwhile, I don't give Gloria and her gangsters the credit for what they say about her masterful handling of critics such that she still stays in power.

I just believe Pinoys are cowards who are all talk and nothing but. That is the only reason she remains where she is now.

 
At 7:45 AM, August 21, 2008, Blogger orly_habari said...

The video shows both good and bad news. The good news is the Palace Propaganda Corps is highly disorganized, an advantage to bloggers and free expression. The bad news is the waste of my tax money.

 
At 9:01 AM, August 21, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is no such thing as a perfect crime. That's what is happening to Gloria Arroyo and her sinister plot.

Nakakainis lang talaga tayong Pilipino. We don't know how to exploit the evilwoman's weakness.

Korek ka Tongue, she is really a masterful when it comes to staying in power. No qualms, no conscience. Ruthless.

Ellen

 
At 11:43 AM, August 21, 2008, Blogger Tongue's Wrath said...

Orly,
But her fans will spin it such that she's depicted as actually demonstrating how serious she is about the matter and how she demands the same "quality" of work from her subalterns.

Ask Lupita, this is all showbiz. The thread's title says it all.

 
At 1:13 PM, August 21, 2008, Anonymous Cocoy's Delight said...

kaninong pisngi kaya naglanding ang palad ni Gloria sa palpak na paghahanda ng kanyang press con.Hehehe!

 
At 12:24 PM, August 23, 2008, Anonymous J said...

as always, asteeg analysis.

But I just don't know how GMA will perpetuate herself in power through emergency rules. I mean, didn't the framers of the 1987 constitution enfeebled martial law powers of the president?

 
At 9:29 PM, August 25, 2008, Blogger AdB said...

Hi Tongue!

Excellent take you've got there.

If what you say is really what's in Gloria's mind, the woman is not only a starking liar, she's also a traitor of the worst variety.

She should be hanged from the highest lamp post!

 
At 9:32 PM, August 25, 2008, Blogger AdB said...

Like you, I was deeply suspicious of Assperon's appointment as Gloria's Lead Peacenicker.

 
At 5:17 PM, August 26, 2008, Blogger Tongue's Wrath said...

Ellen,
Sadly, those who know how to use her weaknesses against her, she has already bought.

 
At 5:21 PM, August 26, 2008, Blogger Tongue's Wrath said...

cocoy,
May nagnakaw ng idea ko ng magbabayad para makasampal. Sa Truth Fest, piso kada sampal sa manikang nakakasuklam. Mahirap talaga pag ipinagsasabi natin ang balak nating negosyo, nakokopya agad.

 
At 5:25 PM, August 26, 2008, Blogger Tongue's Wrath said...

But J, it doesn't even have to be actually called "martial law". A state of rebellion or state of lawless violence were euphemisms she has exploited in the past for the same purpose without having to go through the requisite constitutional processes.

 
At 5:39 PM, August 26, 2008, Blogger Tongue's Wrath said...

Anna, how was your holidays? Glad to see you back, miss you terribly already.

I never trusted that Esperon was up to any good. Damn, you have a retired CSAFP from the very recent past still fresh from his anti-insurgency battles, then you immediately place him in a peace portfolio. If continuance and smooth transition is a priority, it's either he bungled his job as CSAFP he's rendered ineffective in fighting rebels, or he's going to use the peace process to "preserve" the wars.

I believe it's the latter, not to mention he's teamed-up with Boogie Mendoza, the PNP's "pride" in anti-terrorism matters.

WTF? By these characters alone, you'd be sure lasting peace is dead in the water.

 
At 6:15 PM, August 28, 2008, Blogger Karen said...

Hi,
My name is Karen, I am a Manila-based journalist. Just wondering if you have an email address. Wanted to ask you something regarding a previous entry you made about oil and has exploration, burgundy etc. thanks a million

 
At 11:57 PM, September 01, 2008, Anonymous Ellen said...

There was one part of the hearing when Chief Justice Puno was patiently and adeptly leading Devanadera to the evolution of MILF from rebel group to what would be a state within a state if the MOA-AD was signed.

Puno asked, “With all those rights and prerogatives given to the MILF, what would have happened if the MOA-AD was signed and approved in a plebiscite?

Devanadera replied: The Filipino people will not agree.

Everybody laughed including the justices.

Puno asked Devanadera: So, why did you go into the MOA-AD?

We go back to what this thread is all about.

Ellen

 
At 9:12 PM, September 04, 2008, Anonymous Ellen said...

Tongue, did you check your email? There's someone who wants to discuss with you something you posted in my blog.

 
At 12:47 PM, May 07, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting blogs.
I thought you would be interested in a link exchange with our news discussions site.
The site is www.philippinebeat.com

 
At 7:03 AM, June 14, 2009, Blogger captainpogoy said...

share ko lang po PAF CORRUPTION VIDEO ko. You may share this to as many friends you wanted to. Maraming salamat po.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj4W_HiV-V0


cpt pogoy js

 
At 2:35 AM, December 29, 2009, Blogger mine said...

Dear Tongue-twisted,

My name is Jasmine Ferrer, a research assistant for the study, "Filipino blogging and political participation," an independent research funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Canada through its Strengthening ICT Research Capacity in Asia (SIRCA) grant program. A component of this study aims to: (1) look into the motivation of Filipinos for reading political blogs; (2) determine if and how Filipino political blog readers participate in politics, offline or online; and (3) examine whether reading political blogs have affected the nature and level of their political participation.

We'd like to request your participation as one of the survey respondents for this study. If you're interested to participate, please provide us your email address so we can send you the survey form in Word file. Feel free to send questions/clarifications to the principal researcher, Ms. Mary Grace P. Mirandilla at mg.mirandilla@gmail.com or at mpmirandilla1@up.edu.ph. To learn more about her work, visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/gracemirandilla. Info about the SIRCA grant program can be found at http://www.sirca.org.sg/.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you very much.

Regards,
Jasmine Ferrer

 
At 1:08 PM, February 04, 2010, Blogger ggbbgg126 said...

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At 2:38 PM, March 19, 2010, Blogger compact said...

This war has been going on for so long now.
Please drop by.

 
At 4:59 PM, April 09, 2013, Blogger mjdinglasan said...

Hi TonGuE-tWisTeD! I am a researcher from a TV network and gusto ko po sana malaman yung aksidente po na nangyari sa mekaniko niyo nung nasa Nasugbu, Batangas sila. Nabanggit niyo po yun sa article ni Ma'am Ellen Tordesillas last March of 2012. I am currently working out a story about po sa mga dagat na “nangunguha” ng tao or maraming nalulunod. I hope to hear from you sir. Thank you po.

 
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