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Celso enjoys slight edge over Beng


(Enlightenment—Passage of the Day)
There’s one very specific verse about how Jesus Christ strictly warns all humanity: “He that rejecteth me, and receiveth not my words, hath one that judgeth him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day.” (John 12: 48).Email:
HUMAN trafficking flourishes, as always, in our country, and ZC looks like its jump-off point for its potential victims— mostly, young females lured to work abroad for a greener pasture, to illegally exit the country via the backdoor.
LAST week, our law enforcers reportedly rescued a bevy of young girls from their safe-house somewhere in the village situated in the east-coast.
Some if not most of them hail from Luzon and the Visayas. They were said turned over to our Social Welfare authorities for appropriate action.
Human trafficking is one major crime being highly considered by the current Duterte administration, to be included in the list of heinous crimes in preparation for theproposed reinstatement of the capital punishment in the country.
Congress, right now, is in the heat of debates as to whether its majority are in favor for its revival amid the strong protest of certain sectors, particularly, the church as espoused by the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines(CBCP).
But, they can’t do anything about it. What Duterte wants, Duterte gets. I bet you, he’ll make it happen, just to restore the death penalty in our country.
Du30 is out to prove that the death penalty is not only meant for the poor, but for everybody— regardless of their status, including the most affluent and influential in our society.
“Una, una le man target lli bosing, cun Sen. Leila de Lima,” c Bogs taman ugut, ugut man stecun de Lima.
Porke man Bogs? Ya pregunta c Ador.
“Ta pescha yo mira su itchura na internet, akel ba suyu sex video. Kemakapeste!”
Contesta tamen c Nado de alla, alla:”Na, porke man bos quiere, quiere mira, aber?
Ese pa!
POLITICAL kibitzers this early are sizing up their own candidates’ chances in the country’s next polls scheduled May of 2019—still pretty faraway, yet its fever pitch is now being felt.
“Ta mirayo Jun, inclinao c Bengpaka mayor. Dol c Celso man llamao? (I feel Beng is in danger to lose her mayoship. It looks like Celso is the pre-favorite, now), “ one local chess player here analyzed.
But, one in their group disputed his observation, and said he’d vote for Mayor Beng again in the upcoming next political exercise. “Bota yo siempre cun Mayor Beng, cay ele mio candidate desde antes. Climaco siempre kame.”
In a 1 to 10 ratio, when asked to comment on same issue, Dist. 1 Cong. Celso L. Lobregat enjoys a slight edge over incumbent lady Mayor Maria Isabelle Climaco- Salazar during Pencing’s honest random interviews with local folks.
Let’s see if its trending will be different, next time I’ll do my rounds—maybe by March. Again, honest to God, this is one unbiased modest activity on my part. I don’t side anyone, here. I just enjoy doing it. It excites me! (Jun Feliciano) (30)

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