Winter is coming, be prepared!

  By Chemrock The disappearing president is dead as the people of Malawi suspected. His death was hushed up to prevent the swearing in of the deputy president and to enable the installation of someone else to the presidency. Calm down, I am not referring to Marawi but the African state of Malawi, 2013 and … Continue reading

Anatomy of the battle of Marawi

  By Chemrock In the age of Mocha symbolism, I quote military historian Byron Farwell “….. armies stand as disturbing reminders that democratic processes are not always the best”. When the army is activated to quell an internal strife, it is often a fine line whether it is propping up or dismantling democratic institutions. The … Continue reading

The Short, Short Lives of a Dilawan and a Dutertard

By Wilfredo G. Villanueva It’s bound to happen sooner than later. Greg, the Dutertard, and Mario, the Dilawan meet at last after avoiding each other since the new President assumed office. Greg: Bro! Mario: Hey! Greg and Mario: (almost at the same time) Long time no see! They embrace like long-lost brothers, which they are. … Continue reading

Pinakamahalaga Ang Politika Sa Buhay Ng Tao

By Popoy Del R. Cartanio Ano ba yan? Saan ba napulot yan ideya na yan. Kahit basura sa Payatas o sa Isla Puting Bato meron pakinabang. Pero politika? Hah! Galit ang mga karanniwan mamayan diyan. Ang politika, salot sa mga mahirap yan. Ugat ng katarantaduhan sa lipunan yan, Eh. Teka, teka muna. Pag ganyan ang … Continue reading

Drug War deaths – the insult after the injury

By Chemrock Media says bodies from the drug war in Philippines are piling up in funeral parlours and if anyone say this is fake news, this photo tells a thousand stories. It’s from a UK media. Someone should tell Senator Cayetano that foreign media has all along been present in Philippines, there is no need … Continue reading