Thank You, 2015!

I wasn’t planning on writing a year-ender post, but there’s still an hour left before the clock strikes 12 o’clock – I’m bored and got nothing to do. So I thought I’d join the bandwagon before we usher in the new year.

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No Room For Negativity

With the Philippine national elections coming in, social media is fast becoming a circus of self-proclaimed political analysts and self-righteous. If you’re a Filipino, you’ll agree with me that Facebook has become a repository of political warfare, debates, and whatnots. Add to that the stories from various media outlets that may or may not be biased towards a certain candidate.

Pro-Duterte Vs. Anti-Duterte

Just this morning, I woke up to a loud Facebook feed (and to think it was only six in the morning). The issue at hand: Presidentiable Mayor Duterte allegedly cursed the Pope for bringing suffering to the Filipino people during his recent visit in the country. This, of course, added fire to the on-going debate between Pro-Duterte and Anti-Duterte. It’s a mess, to be quite honest.

I am a Duterte supporter and a Catholic. I’ve read the story from different sources. Yes, what he said was unpleasant, but it was clearly taken out of context and has immaculately blown out of proportion.

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Filtering Out the Negative

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