Is The Liberal Party Also Running Out Of Money For Rallyists And Trolls From Paying Huge Amounts Of Money To Certain Foreign Media To Help Them?

Wow they are so plenty aren't they that they couldn't be counted! I guess this is just like the case of Leila Dilemma where she's still "well-loved" by many Filipinos. Okay, I'm being sarcastic and for some reason it's hard to detect sarcasm unless the writer is obvious about it. This gets me to think about the life of the paid activist regardless who their employer is. Some people get paid by the Liberal Party while others may get paid by dirty businessmen. By thinking about the rallies that are losing support is it highly possible that the Liberal Party is already running out of money?

I decided to search for the Asia Sentinel and it had the SOPA awards for excellence. It's still active but I wonder how credible is it? SOPA means the Society Of Publishers in Asia. But right now I read a lot of disturbing articles against President Duterte. The most recent one might be already guilty of inciting sedition with linking all EJK deaths to the current administration. What should also be interesting is that Asia Sentinel is owned by non-Asians who are currently in Hong Kong. It's a typical problem that some white people act like they're superior and that they're "experts" of the whole world. It's highly possible that the Liberal Party also paid Asia Sentinel huge amounts of money as well as other foreign media like New York Times to help them out.

I think it's a bad strategy to keep paying foreign media because of the hefty price. It's highly possible that they may have also paid Shabuteur Dinuktor Agnes Callamard and Dinuktor Carl Hart to pay a surprise "visit" to the Philippines to speak their nonsense. It's possible that Dilemma's visitors from the EU were also paid. By looking for dishonest people like themselves it's highly possible that the Liberal Party is also getting cheated in the process by the same people who they seek to help them. What goes around comes around doesn't it? 

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  1. I don't think that the "Liberal" Party is giving Money to the NYT. That'a a number too big for them. And the Philippines are not important enough for them to risk their reputation.

    Problem is that the Western media don't have any clue what is going on here. They understand there was Marcos, from Western point of view a cleptocrat dictator. Marcos used marital law to secure his power. During EDSA1 sey sent reporters to Manila who did some research but after Marcos was toppled they lost interest and so they ignored that the constitution was changed. Now Duterte declared martial way and they think it's just the same as under Marcos.

    Media need stories. But PNoy was lazy what made him boring and so they did not care much of what's going on. They woke up temporarily during Rizal Park hostage crises and Yolanda. Even the Zamboanga siege and the Mamasapano clash weren't weren't interesting enough for broad coverage. During the campaign Duterte started cursing Western governments and even the church so he gained attention. western journalists started getting interested again but their publishers think it's to expensive to send someone to Philippines. They say there is already someone, covering whole South east Asia. Mostly located in a developed city like Singapore. There they read Philippine newspapers and watch Philippine TV. So what's most influental? Oc clourse ABiaS-CBN and the Inquiter.

    And the final player is the CHR (Commission on Human Rights.) As we know the CHR is biased and not doing its job. Or better, they are doing it now but they didn't during PNoy's presedency. They read the CHR statements, see that it matches the reports of Human Rights Watch and Amnesty and so they think CHR is credible. They don't research in the past so that they would notice that Amnesty and HRW did report human rights violations of the PNow administration but the CHR did not.

    An case of the Asia Sentinel I think it's just Business contacts between "Yellow" oligarchs in Manila and some of the publishers in Hong Kong.

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    1. @den kriegst dunicht

      "I don't think that the "Liberal" Party is giving Money to the NYT. That'a a number too big for them. And the Philippines are not important enough for them to risk their reputation."

      Hmmm I dunno about that but I think they're allied thanks to Manang Loida Lewis in the US.

      "Problem is that the Western media don't have any clue what is going on here. They understand there was Marcos, from Western point of view a cleptocrat dictator. Marcos used marital law to secure his power. During EDSA1 sey sent reporters to Manila who did some research but after Marcos was toppled they lost interest and so they ignored that the constitution was changed. Now Duterte declared martial way and they think it's just the same as under Marcos."

      I think you have a point with that one. Speaking of the westerners who have NO CLUE yes that's what makes them annoying. They can't even solve their own problems and they meddle with others. They don't realize that martial law is still constitutional and the real problem is not martial law but that Marcos abused it.

      "They say there is already someone, covering whole South east Asia. Mostly located in a developed city like Singapore. There they read Philippine newspapers and watch Philippine TV. So what's most influental? Oc clourse ABiaS-CBN and the Inquiter. "

      Oh speaking of that one, I should also address that ABiaS and Inquiter have influence. Yup, they do a good job in doing what they do in misleading people because they have powerful allies. Though I wonder how long will their influence stay?

      "And the final player is the CHR (Commission on Human Rights.) As we know the CHR is biased and not doing its job. Or better, they are doing it now but they didn't during PNoy's presedency. They read the CHR statements, see that it matches the reports of Human Rights Watch and Amnesty and so they think CHR is credible. They don't research in the past so that they would notice that Amnesty and HRW did report human rights violations of the PNow administration but the CHR did not."

      Speaking of which how often and how ironic it is to use foreign sources to defend a lie all the while the Liberal Party doesn't want foreign investors to invest more than 40% of ownership. They advocate protectionism as if it's a Filipino invention. Like as said did those foreign organizations really collect proper data in the Philippines?

      Speaking of which can you please elaborate the whole Amnesty and HRW did report human rights violations during the PNoy Pride administration?

      "An case of the Asia Sentinel I think it's just Business contacts between "Yellow" oligarchs in Manila and some of the publishers in Hong Kong."

      Hmmm you could be right. It's possible that there are business contacts though I won't dismiss the possibility of paying Asia Sentinel to write that story. I guess the fees must have been hefty. =P

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  2. @Sean Akizuki: "Speaking of which can you please elaborate the whole Amnesty and HRW did report human rights violations during the PNoy Pride administration?"

    Here for example:
    https://www.amnesty.org/download/Documents/POL1025522016ENGLISH.PDF

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