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Bordering on paranoia FRONTLINE Ninez Cacho-Olivares 10/29/2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

Bordering on paranoia

Ninez Cacho-Olivares
Whoever opposes him and criticizes him, Noynoy sees as his enemy.

Thus, the Daily Tribune, whom he called a “small newspaper” and small because it has few readers, that criticizes him constantly, and which he said before the Filipino community in Vietnam, benefited from the past administration and therefore out to destroy him, is his enemy.

That’s really very paranoid of him, apart from which, Noynoy should really be told a few home truths.

One: The Tribune certainly did not benefit anything at all from the past and previous administrations, as it has always been critical of the Malacañang tenant — whoever it is sitting as head of government--including Cory Aquino.

Proof of this is the fact that not only did the previous Palace occupants make life economically hard on the Tribune all these years, but also the fact that the Arroyo administration went to the extent of raiding the Tribune offices, and having her police force padlock the paper’s offices and printing press, with even the chief of the police force going on live TV to announce that it was taking over the newspaper..... MORE

SourceThe Daily Tribune

URL: http://www.tribuneonline.org/commentary/20101029com2.html


Jesusa Bernardo said...

Check out:

The Hacking of the Daily Tribune--any connect with the HOCUS PCOS President's headaches?


Anonymous said...

secret cables leaked by wikileaks described Afghan President Hamid Karzai similarly. Both are poster models for anti-american sentiment. The same can also be examples via unmanned combat aerial vehicles. Termination of services by drones.

Inept, corrupt, unbriddled.

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