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No, I do not advocate the Philippines going into war with anyone or joining any war. What I am submitting here, especially to our government leaders, is that war is inevitable, and while we are recovering our footing and composure against the covid, we must anticipate war down the road and the necessary preparations put in place.

War is coming (Philippines prepare)

No, I do not advocate the Philippines going into war with anyone or joining any war. What I am submitting here, especially...
If we put ourselves in PRRDs shoes, PRRD at the time when he announced the ECQ in Luzon plus his guideline to the country, wanted to comfort the fears of the people as to its economic impact by assuring us that Gov't. has the money to feed the hungry during the ECQ. That was the correct way to convince us to cooperate with the ECQ needed to effectively combat COVID 19. Gov't needed to persuade us to stay home to avoid the transmission of the virus.

Guest Article: Understanding our government in these dark times By Atty. Jesus V. Hinlo...

If we put ourselves in PRRDs shoes, PRRD at the time when he announced the ECQ in Luzon plus his guideline to...
BACOLOD CITY, Philippines - “The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do."

Mamba out but not forgotten

“The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do."...
Did you know that the number of online shoppers is expected to amount to 54.7m by 2024?

eCommerce in the Philippines – What everyone should know?

Did you know that the number of online shoppers is expected to amount to 54.7m by 2024? Whether you...
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