VIRAL : INC’s EDSA Rally Now Fatal,Netizens Are Now Crying For Help! | Think Philippines!

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Meanwhile, an intelligent and pragmatic girl educated in the Philippines is receiving an above average level of support and sympathy for her courageous standpoint towards INC’s Cry for Separation of Church and State.

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SCREENSHOT GOING VIRAL ONLINE

SCREENSHOT GOING VIRAL ONLINE

Also, the battle for digitally connected Filipinos’ sympathy are going awry now! 

From Pulpolitika, a known satire facebook fan page managed by left wingers.

From Pulpolitika, a known satire facebook fan page managed by left wingers.

On the other hand, defending the INC’s interest online, INC Defender comes to the rescue together with their other online INC sympathizers.

Posted by the Facebook Fan page of Iglesia Ni Cristo

Posted by the Facebook Fan page of Iglesia Ni Cristo


From the Facebook fan page of INC Defender

From the Facebook fan page of INC Defender

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VIRAL : Pro and Anti INC Rally Sentiments Gone Wild In Social Media | Think Philippines!

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Source : Viral Screenshots at Facebook

Source : Viral Screenshots at Facebook

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VIRAL : Iglesia Ni Cristo Rally At EDSA Draw Ire Of The Filipino People | Think Philippines!

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We would like to share various reaction from Netizens material to the recent “mass protest action” of Iglesia Ni Cristo ministers along EDSA. 11903506_1549902551716622_2016170562_n 11909645_1549902505049960_1105659197_n 11910701_1549902511716626_310279359_n

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If The PHL Govt Will Condone The Adventurism Of Iglesia Ni Cristo Ministers Many Will Join The Revolution!

Mabuhay Filipino Thinkers!

This is a Tagalog-English political opinion for the benefit of our strong 200,000 viewership base. I personally believe that what the Iglesia Ni Cristo is currently doing is a clear manifestation of their confidence to go head-on against our Govt  and the Rule of Law as if they own the whole Philippines and has the capacity to  walk away with anything smoothly.

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Presidential Palace of the Philippines

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We are talking about the same people with  a good history of influencing our politicians’ decision making process in almost everything. Tayo po ba e papayag na may isang minorya na gusto diktahan ang direksyon ng ating bayan?

Ako po ay lubusan na naniniwala na ang isang demokrasya ay hindi lamang para sa iilan kung hindi para sa lahat. Pero kapag tayo po ay may direktang intensyon na mang abala. Ano po ba ang tawag dito? They are directly and consciously violating the rights and freedom of every Filipino people to navigate and live a normal life!

INC MEMBERS BLOCKING SHAW BLVD.

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Hindi naman po national issue ang sa kanila. Hindi naman po ito isang immoral na issue. Ang issue nila ay ayaw nila na imbistigahan sila dahil sa  “Separation of State and Church” ? Eh bakit kung ganyan pala ang punto nyo, bakit kada eleksyon endorso kayo ng endorso ng kandidato. Bakit kung ganyan ang punto nyo? Palagi kayo nakikipag ugnayan na mag appoint ng mga INC members sa influential positions sa Government.

Kung tunay at lubusan na gusto nyo ng separation of state and church, bakit hindi nyo hayaan na imbestigahan kayo kung wala talaga kayong tinatago?

Sobra na ang walang habas na pananakal at pangho-hostage ng Sanguinan ng Iglesia Ni Kristo sa mga pulitiko natin. Hindi lang mga botante na nagbebenta ng boto ang problema ng bayan natin kung hindi ang mga Simbahan na direktang pinipilit ang kanilang layunin para sa bansa na kadalasan ay sariling organisasyon lang naman nila ang nag bebenepisyo.

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What is happening to our country is a mockery of law! Hindi ako pro-leftist ngunit bakit kapag sila ang nag rally, batuta at water cannon kaagad ang bumubungad sa kanila pero kapag ang isang simbahan na direktang nag utos na i-sabotage ang ekonomiya ng pilipinas sa pamamagitan ng pag harang sa EDSA, tayo ay nakikipag negosasyon pa?

Kapag ito ay kononsinte ng gobyerno, binibigyan nila ng saysay na ang Pilipinas ay para sa iilan lamang. Paano naman ang mga kapatid natin na Muslim na patuloy sa pakikibaka para sa “freedom of expression” and autonomy habang nakikita nila ang mga naka upo at kasalukuyan na Trapo ay pinaglalaroan lang ang ating demokrasya.

Ito ba ang demokrasya na kinamatayan at binuwisan ng buhay ni Rizal at iba pa natin na mga bayani at lolo?

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Hanggang kailan tayo magpapa alila sa mga simbahan. Mga kaibigan, ito ay animo’y pang aabuso ng mga prayle noong panahon ng mga Kastila.

Wag tayo papayag na patuloy na alilain ng mga INC Pastors and Sanggunian members ang mga miyembro nila na kapag hindi sumunod ay mapapatawan ng parusa o ititiwalag.

This is an economic sabotage allowed by the whole Sangunian Members! They should be charged! This is not a people power because they were all ordered to do this!

Tama na! Sobra na!

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If The PHL Govt Will Condone The Shenanigans Of INC Many Will Join The Revolution! 

Bakit ko nalaman ito?

BECAUSE I WILL BE ONE OF THEM WHO WILL JOIN TO  CORRECT THE SYSTEM OF CORRUPTION AND A POSSIBLE CONDONATION OF CRIME AGAINST THE FILIPINOS!

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Former President Arroyo Is Qualified For Bail Citing The ‘Enrile Doctrine’ | Think Philippines!

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FORMER President and now Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo could use the recent ruling of the Supreme Court, which allowed Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile to post bail on humanitarian grounds, to secure her temporary liberty, Enrile’s lawyer Estelito Mendoza said yesterday.

“It is clearly applicable to former President Arroyo but as to Senator Jinggoy (Estrada), it is different since he does not claim to have an illness nor is he of old age. She (Arroyo) has been detained for so long; she might be permanently incapacitated,”
Mendoza said in an interview after speaking at the regular meeting of the Rotary Club of Manila in Makati City.

Enrile, Estrada and Sen. Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. are facing plunder and graft cases before the Sandiganbayan for allegedly pocketing millions through the “pork barrel” scam.

Estrada and Revilla remain detained at the PNP Custodial Center in Camp Crame, Quezon City. Enrile was released from detention at the PNP General Hospital, also in Camp Crame, Thursday last week, or two days after the ruling.

Arroyo has been under medical detention at the Veterans Memorial Medical Center in Quezon City since October 2012. She has had surgeries for a spine ailment. She also applied for bail before the Supreme Court after her appeal had been repeatedly denied by the Sandiganbayan on the ground that evidence against her is strong. The high court has yet to rule on her petition in which she said she is entitled to bail considering her health and the fact that she is not a flight risk.

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Mendoza said the 8-4 ruling of the Supreme Court was not “tailor-made” for the 91-year-old Enrile, contrary to the claim of Justice Marvic Leonen who criticized the ruling in his dissenting opinion.

“There is no money or influence involved in this. The problem is that some of those who criticized the ruling might not even have read the SC ruling,” Mendoza said.

He said the right of an accused person to post bail is guaranteed by the Constitution.

“The Constitution provides that all persons who are thus arrested shall be bailable by sufficient sureties or be released on recognizance as may be provided by law. The only exception to such right, as provided in the Constitution, is when the person is charged with offenses punishable by reclusion perpetua when evidence of guilt is strong,” he said.

Mendoza also called on Justice Secretary Leila de Lima to instead focus her department’s resources on speeding up the resolution of cases of thousands of ordinary inmates languishing in jails nationwide, instead of making noises about the SC ruling on his client.

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De Lima last week agreed with Leonen that the decision might set a precedent. She said the use of failing health as reason for the grant of bail could be used also by Arroyo.

Mendoza said: “Rather than concentrate on the problem of Senator Enrile and on the SC ruling, she (De Lima) should focus on this and ask her prosecutors to speed up the prosecution of cases of thousands of inmates and to seek their release on recognizance… She should leave the case of the alleged plunderers of the nation’s wealth to the Ombudsman and the courts and instead focus on going after the plunderers of the soul of the nation.”

Mendoza said De Lima should be mindful of data he gathered from the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology showing that 88,356 or 96.34 percent of the 91,712 inmates nationwide are still awaiting trial, undergoing trial. or awaiting final judgment.

He said only 2,838 inmates or 3.07 percent are serving sentences.

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Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno said Leonen’s dissenting opinion has her full support.

“It’s an unqualified concurrence with the dissent,” Sereno told reporters during her 3rd “CJ Meet the Press” event held at a hotel in Manila.

She also said a disagreement between Leonen and Associate Justice Lucas Bersamin, who penned the majority decision, is part of the normal process of the tribunal.

She said justices are persons of strong conviction and disagreements happen. She also said it is not part of her duties to reconcile the two magistrates.

Leonen, one of the four magistrates who dissented from the majority ruling, has said Bersamin changed the draft and instead focused on humanitarian grounds to grant Enrile’s bail petition.

Bersamin has denied Leonen’s claim and in turn accused him of “overstepping” his bounds.”

Aside from Leonen and Sereno, the other magistrates who dissented are Antonio Carpio and Estela Perlas Bernabe.
This is an original article of Ashzel Hachero on August 28, 2015,  Published in Business Mirror a member of ALC Group of Companies.

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Top 5 Think Philippines’ Questions with Ms. Nikki Yu of Faceless Trader | Think Philippines!

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1) Who is the real Nikki Yu/FacelessTrader  in Working Hours and Outside the office place?

I’m Nikki Yu and had been trading stocks (HK, US) in proprietary desks during my days in Citisecurities/COL

Currently I work as a sales broker to clients of Wealth securities for the Philippine markets.

I have handled discretionary fund management as well since trading for the last 8 years. I’ve earned my Chartered market technician status as well as passed the first level of Chartered Financial Analysts.

I have been an active blogger ever since I pursued a trading career. My journals and previous aliases were “fromlonevoice”, “dimsumtrader” and what has been largely the more recent one that I’ve kept which is facelesstrader.

Popularly know as the logo of the Faceless Trader online.

Popularly known as the logo of the Faceless Trader online.

You could find my articles through www.facelesstrader.wordpress.com as well as posts I share through the Facebook group “FacelessTrader Ground zero.”

I’m also a cofounder of Bookaka.com
Which is a complementary trading tool for Philippine market traders.

Outside office; I am usually going out with friends to eat; drink; travel and just have a good relaxing time. If not that; I pursue other options- some of which – are helping others with expanding their current businesses. I essentially match people with complementary strengths and skill sets

Other side businesses includes a franchise of Nail Cocktales on Mayhaligue plus others which I can’t mention yet until completed.

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2) What is your favorite book ?

I cannot say this is my favorite book but it’s had a huge effect on how I thought. Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” continues to be that book which I think about because it deeply discusses about capitalism and the role of independence as well as why selfishness can be one of the most extolled virtues that can be said of man. It’s virtue is that we would all want to basically make something great. The book largely favored capitalism versus communism and socialism which were quite prevalent during that time. It also was a story of innovation as it breathe life to it’s characters such as dagny taggart in trying to make things right for her father’s company. The entire tale made me think a lot about capitalism in general. I only learned afterwards that she may have patterned some of her stories to actual billionaires of their time which were the Carnegies.

3) What made you create “Faceless Trader/ Faceless Trader Ground Zero”?

I had written my blog “facelesstrader” just to track my own progress. As the name states; I was just one of the millions of nameless faceless traders in the world who was also in pursuit of being an elite trader. It was a personal journey and I shared my story to a larger audience through my Facebook group which rapidly went viral helping me earn a finance blogger award from Angat Pilipinas. I didn’t know I had a strong effect on people and how they missed my thoughts so I created Faceless Trader Ground Zero to still be able to connect with traders who wanted to discuss the markets or anything in between. I think eventually the group became an ecosystem of traders who generally just express their opinions on most everything not necessarily the markets. We somehow just happened to foster friendship along the way.

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We all wish that our personal porfolio manager is also cute like her right?

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Another one! Who can expect that behind this innocent face are some mad trader skills?

4) What is the biggest financial mistake that you ever made?

Sometimes i think about whether entering the markets could be the biggest mistake that I’ve ever made because I sometimes feel that almost anyone seems to be able to do the things that I do. I don’t know if I’m being self deprecating here but people in the markets generally sometimes feel like even if we do this profession 10 or 20 years ; we just usually end up handling more money which is a stressful responsibility in itself because you’re handling public or other people’s money.
Sometimes I think to myself whether I should be creating tools that helped more people manage their finances so in a way; I became happy using my social media presence to share the site I’m cofounder of (www.Bookaka.com) to help more friends to learn how to trade by themselves too.

Perhaps my biggest financial mistake is to think that I needed to be the best when I could also just crowd source from the best traders in the world and be able to do well harnessing friendships and collaborating with others. That’s why we also created a platform for everyone to be a participant of.

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5) What is the best financial decision you made?

Either accidentally or a strange twist of fate ; I think the best financial decisions I’ve made were starting with two of the best traders I could find myself working with – I’ve been blessed to have worked with COL Financial who have helped me to have a trading perspective with proper risk management while I also worked with Wealth Securities who largely helped me do my homework for fundamentals and encouraged me to create growth plans and invest for the longer term. The best financial investment I suppose is that I had been mentored by COL’s EKL and Wealth’s WSY. They are the main pillars of the financial markets in the Philippines and if I hadn’t gain any inch of their prowess in trading ; at least I still got to be able to work with them and be dedicated and influenced with both of their desires to truly help more Filipinos be able to let the markets work for them. In a way; I truly fell in love with the profession partly through the people I’ve encountered.

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As they say; life changes based on the people that we meet. I’d say that’s how trading eventually seeped into becoming the love of my life.

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UP CLOSE! Asian Stocks and USD Recovering Better Than Expected | Think Philippines!

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* MSCI Asia-Pacific index up 0.4 pct, Nikkei gains 2 pct

* Dollar extends rally as risk aversion continues to ease

* U.S. crude oil rebounds, gold extends losses

* China stocks still a wild card

By Shinichi Saoshiro

TOKYO, Aug 27 (Reuters) – Asian stocks rose on Thursday as a sharp rebound on Wall Street helped soothe investors’ tattered nerves, while the dollar rallied as risk aversion eased.

Stock markets around the world had tumbled earlier in the week as a slump in Shanghai shares fueled worries over China’s economic health, but some calm returned after Beijing rolled out strong policy easing steps late on Tuesday.

Japanese and South Korean stocks gained strongly on Wednesday after U.S. stocks racked up their biggest one-day gain in four years.

Ironically, U.S. stocks rallied on Wednesday on expectations that the Federal Reserve will hold off from hiking interest rates next month due to mounting global uncertainties, including China – the very factors that prompted heavy selling in the previous sessions.

The Dow jumped 4 percent and the S&P 500 rose 3.9 percent.

MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.4 percent early on Thursday, pulling away from a three-year low hit earlier in the week.

Tokyo’s Nikkei rose 2 percent and added to the previous day’s 3.2 percent gain, while South Korea’s Kospi climbed 0.7 percent. Australian shares advanced 0.7 percent.

Still, investors remained uneasy, with European shares remaining highly sensitive to angst over Chinese growth and sliding nearly 2 percent overnight.

Chinese shares, the epicentre of recent financial market tremors, failed to rally on Wednesday and ended lower in spite of the People’s Bank of China’s (PBOC) decision to cut the benchmark bank lending rate and relax reserve requirements for large banks.

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A fresh slide in China’s equities and worries that China may allow a further depreciation of the yuan risked hampering a recovery in other riskier assets in Asia and beyond.

“Rather than getting ahead of the game with a well thought out plan for stabilising the economy, the PBOC appears to be reluctantly easing policy any time there’s a drop in share prices,” wrote Jasper, market analyst at CMC Markets.

“The net effect is that markets clamour for more stimulus while at the same time losing faith it will actually work.”

In currencies, the dollar dipped briefly overnight after New York Fed President William Dudley said the prospect of a September rate hike “seems less compelling” than it was only weeks ago given the threat posed to the U.S. economy by recent market turmoil.

However, he warned about overreacting to “short-term” market moves, and left the door ajar to raising rates when the U.S. central bank holds a policy meeting on Sept. 16-17.

But the greenback soon rallied as ebbing risk aversion reduced demand for the yen and euro, which had been sought as safe havens during the recent equity selling.

The greenback gained additional boost on upbeat U.S. durable orders data.

Against the Japanese currency, the greenback fetched 120.07 yen, recovering from a seven-month low of 116.15 plumbed on Monday

The euro was little changed at $1.1335 after losing 1.7 percent overnight, knocked further away from a seven-month peak of $1.1715 scaled on Monday.

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The common currency was also hurt by comments from a senior European Central Bank official. Peter Praet said the risk of the ECB missing its inflation target has increased due to commodity price falls and weakness in some overseas economies.

Crude oil rebounded amid a general thaw in global risk aversion. U.S. crude futures bounced 1.8 percent to $39.28 a barrel. The contracts had slumped to a 6-1/2-year low on Monday, dogged by supply glut woes and worries of a hard landing by China’s economy.

Gold slid as the dollar rebounded and U.S. stocks rallied. Spot gold inched down to $1,124.86 an ounce. The precious metal has lost 3 percent so far this week.

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