Not all Davaoeños are for Duterte. Mostly because we know who he really is.
Category: Letter to the Editor
I like the article about Duterte. Being from Davao, I know him well. I hope he doesn’t win the presidential election. He blatantly talks about his demonic acts!
Dear Ms Beed, Thank you for your response to my letter of complaint that was sent to you on October 19. It is noted that it took the PCC Board almost 3 months to respond. You claim that the decision is unanimous. I find that doubtful because not all PCC board members were present. The […]
Of course! Alric Bulseco is still there. And so will it continue. It is funny how at least three past presidents of the Philippine Community Council supposedly admit to the foolishness purveyed by Bulseco and all they can say is “I will control him”. Bold statement but that is all it is. No one controls […]
Much has been said in the Filipino community media and in gossip circles about Alric Bulseco, current Vice President – External Affairs of the Philippine Community Council NSW and Director of the Ateneo Alumni Association of Australia.
More about Alric Bulseco Wow ! This is damning! If all this is true, it then begs the question why this man is in a community organisation at all. As the article implies, the character described certainly is not one of a proper Jesuit-trained gentleman but rather a man of gutter background, a purveyor of […]
I was being recruited to join the Ateneo Alumni Association of Australia (AAAA) by fellow alumnae of Ateneo de Davao University. I obliged by attending one of the events to check if joining AAAA would be worth my time. Alas, after witnessing Bulseco’s arrogance matched with pure hypocrisy (by being over friendly — beware if […]
It is too sad that some people are not happy about the success of others. Buying a copy of his books and reading them do not only entertain, but will also fascinate the reader about the marvellous scope of knowledge integrated in every episode. This would widen his horizon about the world, including the unknown. […]
I was being recruited to join the Ateneo Alumni Association of Australia (AAAA) by fellow alumnae of Ateneo de Davao University. I obliged by attending one of the events to check if joining AAAA would be worth my time. Alas, after witnessing Alric Bulseco’s arrogance matched with pure hypocrisy (by being over friendly — beware […]
There are a few things of interest in the previous month’s issue, but none so more than China’s obvious contempt for the Philippines (and any of its ally) and its continuous push to take over Philippine territory. No point looking to President Aquino to do much. Dora The Explorer has more balls than him to […]
I read about another bus crash, this time a horrid one involving Dela Rosa Transit crushing a private vehicle into the back of another bus operator on EDSA. Apparently it is now so common that people just stand around taking cell phone photos rather than look on in horror. At what stage will the Philippine […]
As Tony Abbott and so many of his cabinet colleagues are Catholics, they will naturally be aware that 3rd February was the Feast of the Armenian bishop and martyr, St. Blaise, often invoked for protection against injuries to the throat and its illnesses.