The Quest for Truth

Jun Lozada should continue his crusade and quest for truth. Jun, don’t be discouraged by your detractors’ , Malacanang’s lapdogs’ criticisms. As long as you know that what you are fighting for is right, then you should carry on!

The youth should continue supporting the crusade of Jun Lozada specially that classes are about to start. GMA and her minions have been very relaxed during summer break. It’s time for the youth to take the lead once more in the quest for good and honest governance. Let us not remain apathetic.

Kinakailangang makilahok at makialam na ang kabataan!

Kilos Kabataan, palayain ang Bayan!
Tuloy ang Laban!!!

JV Ejercito

32 Comments

  1. johnelyn kim said,

    June 2, 2008 at 11:40 am

    EDUCATION NOT FOR SALE, WE ARE NOT FOR SALE!

    Nagsimula na po ang pagkilos ng sektor ng kabataan ngayon upang ipagpatuloy ang mga kilos protesta para sa katotohanan at patuloy na manawagan na itigil ang pagbawas ng badyet sa edukasyon at tuition and other fee increases.

    June 10 po, kasama ang mga pesante, muli po tayong lumabas sa ating mga paaralan at lumahok sa panawagang tunay na repormang pang-agraryo.

  2. Yuko said,

    June 3, 2008 at 12:00 pm

    Ituloy ninyo ang laban. Hindi kayo nag-iisa. Wala namang masamang batikosin ang kriminal sa totoo lang. Hindi nga lang makasuhan sa ngayon dahil puro kakutsaba ang pinaupo sa Kagawaran ng Katarungan at korte ng Pilipinas. Pati pulis, nililinis ngayon, tinatanggal iyong mga suspected anti-Gloria Dorobo at pinapalitan ng mga puedeng idaan sa suhol.

    Freedom of speech sabi nga lalo na’t ipinaglalandakan ni Gloria na may demokrasya sa Pilipinas. Sayang nga lang na mukha yatang hindi naiintindihan ng mga pilipino ang ibig sabihin ng “demokrasya” na government FOR, OF and BY the people at hindi nga gaya ng government ni Gloria na OF, FOR and BY Gloria and cohorts.

  3. JV Ejercito said,

    June 3, 2008 at 12:09 pm

    I just pity Jun Lozada, after risking everything including his life in the quest for Truth, ngayon parang binabaliktad pa siya ng administrasyon ni Donya Gloria.

    Nawa’y ipagpatuloy ng ating kabataan ang pakikibakang ito!

    Kahit ano pa ang sabihin ay isang kadakilaan ang ginawa ni Jun para isiwalat ang katotohanan.

    Mabuhay kabataan tuloy ang laban!

  4. Yuko said,

    June 3, 2008 at 1:16 pm

    Oo nga, bakit nga ba si Jun Lozada ang gustong ipahuli noong unconfirmed Secretary of Justice daw ng Pilipinas? Dapat pa nga siyang hangaan kasi nagsalita siya di tulad noong bakla daw na head ng CHED daw na hindi makahirit kasi ibubulgar daw iyong love affair niya sa kapareho niyang lalaking bakla din. And I doubt if he is part and parcel of the racket kaya nga siya sumigaw dahil ayaw niya ang nakita nilang trabaho ng mga kadaupang palad niya.

    Truth is I find this really unbelievable kasi sa bansa namin kung may kurakot, hinuhuli at kung ayaw mahuli, nagpapakamatay! Kung meron din sanang ganyan sa Pilipinas, tiyak naubos na ang mga kurakot!πŸ˜›

  5. Yuko said,

    June 3, 2008 at 1:21 pm

    BTW, JV, suggestion lang. Bakit hindi na lang gumawa ng mga documentaries ang tatay mo gaya noong dini-distribute kong “To Live for the Masses” niya dito sa Japan doon sa nagdo-donate sa mga charities namin?

    Why doesn’t he follow the example of Michael Moore who has made full-length documentaries on important issues in the USA. Mas may matutunan pa ang mga mangmang sa Pilipinas diyan para hindi na sila maging gullible gaya noong mga nagpapauto kay Gloria nabigyan lang ng isang supot na bigas at ramen.

  6. wehavenoname said,

    June 3, 2008 at 6:16 pm

    Yuko,

    Kung sa Japan nangyari ang mga corruption scandals and issues against the Regime of the Evil one, palagay ko nag-resign na ang mga opisyal diyan out of delicadeza.

    Ang kaso dito sa Pinas, wala ng delicadeza, ang titigas pa ng mukha!

    GMA and her family feels that they are entitled so such royalty. Ang bottomline is that they have never experienced how it is to be poor, malamang di nila alam ano ang pakiramdam ng magutom kung kaya’t wala silang pakialam kung maghirap ang ating mga kababayan, basta’t sila ay patuloy na nagpapakasasa!

    Kapalmuks talaga si Evil One!

    JV

  7. Mikey said,

    June 3, 2008 at 8:01 pm

    Let’s move forward for better Philippines. We are all sinners. Peace and reconciliation folks.

    Mikey Arroyo for Senator 2010

  8. Yuko said,

    June 4, 2008 at 8:44 am

    You bet, JV, matagal nang nagbigti sana si Gloria Dorobo if she were Japanese and this series of scandals happened in Japan. Mahalaga kasi dito ang dignidad, puri at dangal. Kahit nga pulubi dito may dangal sa totoo lang. Hindi nagpapalimos kasi kung puede kang duraan ng plema ng nagpapalimos sa iyo.

    One thing I have learned from our elders here is “nothing free is cheap.” Lalong masama iyong nakaw. Stealing is a very serious offense in Japan. That is why when a person commits murder with stealing/robbery, most like the person gets death or life sentence without parole. Sa Pilipinas, ang daming magnanakaw. Nangangatwiran pa!

  9. Yuko said,

    June 4, 2008 at 8:56 am

    Hahahahaha! Sino naman itong nagpapanggap na anak ni Mrs. Pidal?
    Ang lakas ng loob na amining may kasalanan siya. O di magpakulong siya!

    Funny, how people there who profess to be Christians and proud of telling the world that theirs is the only Christian country in Asia would even try to rationalize their actions by claiming that all of them are sinners. Oh yeah?

    It just shows the ignorance of these creeps on the tenets of their religion, and the true Gospel of Jesus Christ based on faith in God and repentance; that without repentance, there is no forgiveness for sins, and without forgiveness, they cannot enter the Kingdom of God. So, why are these creeps so proud of calling themselves sinners? Walang palakasan sa langit no? Hindi puedeng magdala ng suhol doon si Medy Perencia!

    Buti pa talaga iyong mga hindi Kristyano, mas naiintindihan pa ang aral at turo ni Jesus Christ. Dito nga sa Japan, magpakamatay ka na kung mawalan nga ng dangal dahil sa mga kalokohang pinaggagawa mo.

    I prefer that as a matter of fact. It’s more in line with the basic principle of retribution as a prerequisite for repentance and forgiveness as taught in our church.

  10. Yuko said,

    June 4, 2008 at 10:52 am

    BTW, JV, we are actually a group of Filipinos and Japanese crusading against the sales of Philippine patrimonies in Japan. Presently, we are soliciting the help and assistance of the Mayor of Chiyoda Borough in preserving the property presently being used as residence of the Philippine ambassador that was in fact a property sequestered from the Laurels but paid no doubt with funds received as reparations payments.

    At the moment the dorobos have put the sales/BOT of the property on hold because of our protest. Takot din iyong mga hapon who are said to have bought bidding kits on the property.

    My friends think you can be of help in this endeavour by coming to Japan and try establishing city-sistership between the Chiyoda Borough and San Juan because of their historical values. Puede ba?

    You may send me a private email if you are interested.

  11. wehavenoname said,

    June 4, 2008 at 6:38 pm

    Yuko,

    That will be good to establish a sisterhood pact with Chiyoda. That would certainly be of help to San Juan. Will send you my e-mail.

    JV

  12. Yuko said,

    June 4, 2008 at 11:19 pm

    Great! Let me know when you can come so that we can arrange the meeting with the Mayor of Chiyoda Borough (Ward) where the Imperial Palace, government seat and major shopping districts are. With the city-sistership, there can be the exchanges that can benefit San Juan.

    Filipinos will be forever grateful to you if you can help likewise in preserving the patrimonies of the Philippines in Japan acquired through the reparations that not even Marcos dared sell them that a lot many Filipinos now in fact wonder if indeed Marcos was as greedy and corrupt as he had been pictured by the power grabbers who kicked him out.

    Cheers!

  13. wehavenoname said,

    June 5, 2008 at 2:00 am

    Yuko,

    From what I heard GMA’s people are trying to sell Philippine government properties overseas which includes properties there in Japan.

    They have been selling everything here too like Petron and they are trying to get Meralco not for the benefit of the people but rather her cronies like the Aboitizes and FG’s groups are the ones who will end up buying the companies.

    I tell you, kakaiba and kapal at garapal ng mukha ng mga ito. Whatever they say about Marcos, mabait siya compared to the little evil woman. This regime really exploited there stay in power with the help of her corrupt generals in the police and military. The way they run this government is like a crimininal syndicate.

    JV

  14. wehavenoname said,

    June 5, 2008 at 2:03 am

    I welcome Mikey Arroyo running for the Senate, so that they can feel the love (or the wrath) of the Filipino people for their family come 2010!

    JV

  15. wehavenoname said,

    June 5, 2008 at 2:04 am

    Yuko,

    How can i send you my e-mail?

    jv

  16. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 8:53 am

    JV,

    My unofficial email addy is sytakei@yahoo.com. Then, I’ll give you my official one that I don’t usually post publicly because I would not like to be targetted by the Pidal Brigade for bugs, worms and viruses although my PCs are all well protected, one even attached to a monitoring agency in Japan for studying this kind of cyber criminal act for better implementation of the Internet Law of Japan even by spies in the Philippines who are apt to suppress freedom of expression via cyberspace.

    You bet, the Pidals have been trying to get rid of Philippine patrimonies even by fraudulent means since day one I guess she grabbed the presidential seat at the palace by the murky river. Feeling queen ang ungas that she thinks anything she can grab is hers to own.

    Fortunately, the Japanese negotiators for the reparations treaty had foresight as to how to control the greedy creeps over there with a provision for the people of the Philippines to file lawsuits in Japanese or Philippine court if they have any complaint, opposition, etc. to the disposal of Philippine patrimonies in Japan without any national referendum or the consent and approval of the Filipino people directly and/or even through their representatives in the Philippine Congress and Senate.

    You can definitely help us in this Crusade. We already have talked to some Japanese lawyers to represent the Filipinos here if in case the Midget insists on disposing the properties here without their consent, approval, etc.

    Buti pa nga ang mga hapon may malasakit sa totoo lang. Nakakahiya talaga ang mga sakim at ganid sa Pilipinas!!!

    Truth is I cannot wholly fight their fight so to speak, but I surely can provide Filipinos the needed help, assistance and venue to seek for redress for their grievances. It’s one thing I can really be grateful for being a national of Japan—freedom even from want that a lot many Filipinos are deprived of in the Philippines. Sabi ko nga, sayang na lang na apo ako ng isang katipunero at great grandniece ng Luna brothers! Iyan ang ipinagmamalaki ko. At least, wala akong lahing dugong aso!!!πŸ˜›

  17. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 9:00 am

    JV: Whatever they say about Marcos, mabait siya compared to the little evil woman.
    ******
    Sinabi mo pa. My mother is actually related to the deposed president on his father’s side—the Rubios. Marami nga kaming kamag-anak na nagtampo kay Apo kasi he strictly abided by his no-nepotism slogan. Doon lang yata sa Mrs. niya nasira.

    Salamat sa loyalty ng father mo, anyway!

  18. wehavenoname said,

    June 5, 2008 at 9:16 am

    Yuko,

    Sa Marcos side, lahat sila professionals, and they all lived a simple life, from Dona Josefa, Dr. Pacifico, Elizabeth Keon, etc.. Nobody from the Marcos siblings took advantage from what I know.

    Actually more than half of the stories about the Marcos wealth and properties a abroad were not true. The media just highlighted these half-truths to project him as an evil person, much like what the main stream media like Inquirer, The Philippine Star, ABS-CBN and GMA did in Edsa 2.

    History repeated itself in 2001.

    jv

  19. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 2:55 pm

    Sinabi mo pa, JV. Hindi naman kami naniniwala doon sa bintang sa mga Marcos. You bet, matitino naman di hamak sina Bongbong, Imee at Irene kesa doon sa anak ni Gloria Bugaw kahit na medyo natapilok si Imee.

    I call Gloria that because she and Sto. Tomas were actually pimping Filipino women to Japan before the passage of the new Immigration Law of Japan to stop human trafficking, but even after that, hindi pa rin tumigil ang mga bugaw!!! Pinapunta pa dito iyong messenger niyang si Lagman na bugaw din begging the Japanese to waive such ruling for Filipino women and even men!!! Susmaryosep!!!

    Your father was a lot better because he actually tried to heed he request from the Japanese government to phase out the deployment of Filipino Japayuki to Japan disguised as entertainers. Tuwang-tuwa ang mga authorities dito as a matter of fact for that. I should know because I was working for the Tokyo Metropolitan Police then as an interpreter/translator.

    Tapos nang umupo si Gloria Bugaw biglang naging quadruple ang dami ng mga Japayuki sa Japan, at isa sa main money making entrepreneur ng pekeng gobyerno niya. Nakakasuka kasi kababaing tao iyong lang ang kayang gawin, ang ibugaw ang kapwa niya pinay!!! Tapos ang galing magpalitrato na para siyang santa, may hawak pang rosaryo! What’s that expression? Yup! “Santa-santita bago maldita y demonya!”

  20. JV Ejercito said,

    June 5, 2008 at 3:08 pm

    Yuko,

    And one more thing about RP-Japan relations, it was during President Erap’s time that the Philippines got a lot of giant infrastructure projects, 7 if i am not mistaken. These are: Clark-Subic Expressway, Davao International Airport, Star Tollways in Batangas, New Iloilo and Bacolod-Silay Airports, etc… These were all given by Prime Minister Obuchi because when he was foreign minister, he was given a royal treatment by Pres. Erap when he visited the Philippines which he never forgot.

    The Philippines got 7 projects, while Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and other Asian Nations got one each during Obuchi’s incumbency.

    Sayang nga lang it was the Evil Bitch who claimed all the glory since these big projects were completed during her stolen term already.

    jv

  21. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 3:17 pm

    “Let’s move forward,” says the son of the cause of all the backwardness of the Philippines at present.

    My answer, “Sorry, but you and your family, Mikey, should better jump first into the filthy Pasig River!!! Then, maybe, the Philippines will be able to achieve even a little of what Vietnam has so far achieved!” O ayan, at least, I am being fair. I’m not comparing the Philippines with Japan even when the Bugaw says she can accomplish the impossible in 2020 of making the Philippines a first-rate country. Words, words, words, pero wala namang ibubuga, especially when she and her cahoots say the Philippines will experience inflation for the coming 9 years!!! Ayyayayay! Hindi na yata bababa!

  22. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 3:19 pm

    Pag nananalo si Mikey Fat Mouse sa 2010, sigurado daya!!! By then, hopefully, gising na ang mga pilipino!!! As in 2007, hindi naboto ang mga paborito ng nanay niya kundi pa nandaya gaya noong isang bakla daw!

    Pag tumakbo iyan, JV, tumakbo ka na rin!!! Pareho kayong mataba, pero mas cute ka hindi pa retoke ang mukha!!!πŸ˜‰

  23. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 3:36 pm

    I believe you, JV, because unlike in the Philippines, ODA fundings is open for public scrutiny. The Japanese government was actually wary of the Philippine government because of the black propaganda against your father being a Marcos crony. When he proved his worth the grants were given.

    Unfortunately, your father was removed before the Japanese government could release the ODA, si Bugaw tuloy ang tumanggap. Napakamot na lang ng ulo ang mga hapon after they realized that they had been had. Buti na lang they could rely on the activists here to protest against any anomaly regarding Japanese ODA. Still, I’m told malaki pa rin ang nakupit ng mga kurakot!!!

  24. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 4:28 pm

    Just got a note from a friend, JV, that Siason is now looking for a place to stay because the Kudan property’s disposal has been pursued by the robbers in power. Gotta rush with the lawsuit Filipinos are supposed to file in a Japanese court against the unlawful disposal of the Philippine patrimonies in Japan without a national referendum. Puede bang pakiusapan si Lacson na isampa ito sa Senado?

    Mukhang desperado si Pandak na makahanap ng bagong makukurakot para pangsuhol sa candidacy noong inutil na anak niya a.

    BTW, may libel ba sa pagsabi ng Pandak? The creep should better prove that she isn’t! πŸ˜›

  25. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 4:30 pm

    November daw ang target date ng paglipat ni Siason. Paki-check nga. Puede ba?

  26. Yuko said,

    June 5, 2008 at 4:43 pm

    Over in Japan, JV, all names of bidders in public biddings are published in public gazettes, etc. to prevent any public official (a.k.a. public servant) from doing any monkey business. In the Philippines, especially in this present dispensation, everythings seems to be negotiated confidentially or in secret. Bakit? Kasi takot na mabistong malaki ang kupit? Dito iyan maghahalo ang balat sa tinalupan!

    You bet, believing that Filipinos have the right to know the truth about the disposal of Philippine patrimonies in Japan, my friends and have asked the Philippine Embassy to provide us with the names of those people who have bidded for the properties in Kudan and Nampeidai, but they say they do not have the list or it cannot be released. Why is that? Sayang na tinawag ang Pilpinas na democratic when its government seems to be a government OF, FOR and BY the Pidals only! Bakit pinapalusot iyan?

  27. wehavenoname said,

    June 5, 2008 at 5:41 pm

    Kami what we do in San Juan open bidding then we post it in our website para everyone could see the transactions.

    But with the Arroyos, almost all the big contracts and transactions, involves members of her family! She really pushes it to the limit because she knows she has the corrupt police and military generals at her beck and call.

    Grabe ang kapal.

    jv

  28. Yuko said,

    June 6, 2008 at 11:49 am

    If I can have the names of the supposed Japanese bidders, JV, I can ask the police to check on them, and see if they are involved in monkey business and can be legally responsible for it, even when it is done in a foreign country with a law now barring Japanese nationals from committing anything illegal and otherwise in foreign countries.

    Over in Japan, one does not actually have to be well connected to be able to do something to stop crooks from perpetrating their illegal activities. Iyan ang wala sa Pilipinas that I pray with the kind of training we are providing and giving concerned Filipinos here, they will someday be able to make good use of what they have learned in helping their country rise up from the gutter the Pidals and their fellow crooks have pushed the Philippines in.

    Hindi makapaniwala si Siason na may tutulong sa mga pilipino dito na magsampa ng kaso sa Pidal government and the bidders violating the provisions of the Japan-Philippine Reparations Treaty and the 1992 SC ruling on Philippine patrimonies with or without the crooks in the present SC now.

    Nakakahiya ang mga ganid sa Pilipinas sa totoo lang. Hindi mo tuloy maipagmalaki ang bansang sinilangan. Truth is I hate hiding behind my Japanese me. I’m a Japanese national but I would rather love to be known as Nikkeijin Filipina. Kaya lang pati iyong tawag na “Filipina,” it has meant something else. Kundi puta, katulong!!! Saklap! 😦

  29. Yuko said,

    June 6, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    I was asked by an embassy official here if I knew the guy who is now suing Ermita, et al re the fraudulent sale of the Nampeidai property that cannot be disposed of by law in fact. Papaano nila nagawa iyan?

    Anyway, the Japanese guy’s name in fact sounded familiar especially when the official mentioned that the was married to a Filipina that I was in fact acquainted with. Ang alam ko Yakuza ang mokong and had a lot many friends in the Philippine Embassy and in the government in the Philippines apparently.

    Sa totoo lang unbelievable para sa mga hapon na matino ang magkaroon ng connection sa mga putol pero mga opisyal ng Pilipinas, matuturo mo kung sino sa kanila ang may connection sa mga sindakato dito! Kasi iyong mga mokong ipinaglalandakan din ang mga connection nila sa Pilipinas lalo na iyong mga may connection sa mga agency na merong makukupit na mga baril, etc.

    Masarap imbestigahan ang mga kaso nila sa totoo kaya lang mahirap maki-cooperate sa mga pulis sa Pilipinas kasi sila mismo ang mga patron ng mga kolokoy na hapon. May police escort pa nga pag pumupunta ng Pilipinas! Hopeless case ba talaga?

    I intend to have the kolokoy checked by the police here as a matter of fact. I just need a complete report of the whole kurakot so the police here can have a valid reason to start a full-pledged investigation. Can you help me on this?

    Hindi ko pa natanggap ang email mo so I can send you my official mail addy. mailing address, etc. Iniisip na namin ng barkada ko to feature you in our Kapihan with the select members of the Philippine community here. Siguro naman puede kang lumabas dahil wala ka namang kaso, di ba?πŸ˜‰

  30. Yuko said,

    June 6, 2008 at 12:09 pm

    Isang barkada kong scholar din dito sa Japan, JV, nagsabi sa akin na iyong uncle daw niyang governor inaalok ni Miguel Mandarambong ng project para isulong sa mga hapon for funding. Ganyan daw ang trabaho ng mokong kaya naniniwala ako doon sa mga sinasabi ni Jun Lozada as he hinted that that’s how the Fat Guy operates. Tapos ang lakas ng apog na magsabi sinungaling daw si Lozada. Bistado na ang mga mokong, ayaw pang umamin. Kasi naman pinababayaan din naman ng mga pilipino na mamihasa.

    Dito sa amin pag may naiskandalo kahit supporters ng naiskandalo sisibakin siya. Sa Pilipinas, tinatakot iyong nagsusumbong! Yuck!!!

  31. Yuko said,

    June 6, 2008 at 12:22 pm

    Dito kasi ang kasalanan ay kasalanan at ang may sala dapat parusahan. Sa Pilipinas, golly, if you go by the Pidal rule, wala nang makululong kundi iyong humihirit laban sa kanila!

    As the son of the Bobita says above, “We are all sinners,” kaya kampi-kampi na tayo sa paggawa ng krimen! Gago daw iyong hihirit laban sa kanila dahil ipapakulong nila! Ulol!πŸ˜›

    Roaring 20’s ang labas!

  32. Yuko said,

    June 8, 2008 at 4:59 am

    BTW, JV, I have registered my email addy here. You may just try to retrieve it and send me an email so I will know where to send our invitation, petition, etc. Hindi pa man excited na ang mga pilipino dito about the prospect of having you explain things they want to hear and be clarified to them.

    There is a former actress here in fact, a GAWAD awardee, who remembers you as a little boy. Does the name “Yvonne” ring a bell? She says you can stay at her place when you come.


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