As seen on the March 2020 issue of Philippine Tribune I was really planning to attend the AGM/Annual elections of the Philippine Community Council-NSW last February 16 but I had second thoughts. I said to myself ━ what for? Would it be anything different from the past years? The last Annual General Meeting, as in […]
As seen on the November 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel We are all mortals and everybody is going to die. That’s for sure. No matter how much premium we pay, no insurance company can guarantee that policy holders shall live forever. Being insured somehow gives us confidence but still, no money can buy life. […]
As seen on the October 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel The bushfire season in Australia has started early, and it’s not even summer yet. Soon after Spring has started on September, at least 130 bushfires have been recorded in Queensland and New South Wales. According to The Guardian, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, more than […]
Regardless of where you are, you should never allow abortion to be legalized. The abortion bill has just been passed in the parliament of New South Wales and it is now being deliberated in the Senate. That is very sad because this writer believes that abortion is direct murder of a human being. At a […]
As seen on the August 2019 issue of The Philippine Sentinel According to a Rappler website, the future of Investigative Journalism looks bleak. “It is the stubborn, bull-headed journalist who will still persist in digging and pursuing stories that are tough and difficult to do.” I am proud to admit that this writer is no […]
It happened many years ago when I was a second-year high school student at Ateneo de Manila, an elite institution where parents send their children with the hope and expectation of providing the best education while at the same time moulding their child’s character to be future leaders of the nation.
Imelda Marcos must go to jail! She can use a wheel chair like Juan Ponce Enrile plus a used neck brace borrowed from Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. All these are common tricks used by guilty ━ or should I say ━ dirty politicians as suggested by their lawyers.
It was way back in 1976 when I was asked by an American bank to manage Visa and MasterCard operations in the Asia Pacific Region. Though I had to live in a suitcase, I thoroughly enjoyed the job visiting neighbouring countries in Asia. But being a Filipino, I was particularly interested in the tourist arrivals […]
Towards genocide and anarchy, and street riots. Invasions in reverse ━ no planes no tanks, only refugee boats. Is it an inevitable human crisis of biblical proportions?
Several controversial banners such as the one placed in an overhead pedestrian crossing in Quezon City were displayed in various parts of Metro Manila. The party or persons responsible for installing the banners have not yet been identified as of press time.
It is in defence of my Christian Catholic faith that I write this. I was deeply appalled by what Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte stated in defiance of the existence of God.
The indicators are there. The majority of Supreme Court justices who decided in favour of burying the remains of Dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (Heroes Cemetery) appear to be the same justices who chose to approve the quo warranto verdict against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.