[Isyung HR] Back-backan ng mga I’m sorry at I’m Back

Namissed nanaman nating lumabas nitong nakaraang Linggo.  I am sorry. Hahaha!

We are bound to discuss the most popular sorrys of the century. Ibig ko sabihin mga “sorrys” na binitawan para sa mahal kong bayang Pilipinas.

Anong “Human Rights” sa mga isyung ito?

Well… Naibulalas ang mga salitang ito ng mga tauhan ng Gobyerno dahil sa pag-alipusta, pagpapabaya o kakulangan nila sa ating mga karapatan.

Will “sorry” be enough? kayo po ang humusga.

Simulan po natin sa pinakasikat na

“I am Sorry” ni GMA. Naaalala mo pa ba?

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“… let me tell you how I personally feel. I recognize that making any such call was a lapse in judgment. I am sorry no. I also regret taking so long to speak before you on this matter no. I take full responsibility for my actions and to you and to all those good citizens who may have had their faith shaken by these events no. I want to assure you that I have redoubled my efforts to serve the nation and earn your trust no.

Nagagambala ako no. Maliwanag na may kakulangan sa wastong pagpapasya ang nangyaring pagtawag sa telepono no. Pinagsisisihan ko ito nang lubos no. Pinananagutan ko nang lubusan ang aking ginawa, at humihingi ako ng tawad sa inyo no, sa lahat ng mga butihing mamamayan na nabawasan ng tiwala dahil sa mga pangyayaring ito no. Ibig kong tiyakin sa inyo na lalo pa akong magsisikap upang maglingkod sa bayan at matamo inyong tiwala no.”

Former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.

Mokong: O ha! May soft spot naman pala e… Kaya namang mag-sorry.

Mokang: ano ka ba hindi mo ba napansin palagi siyang may NO sa dulo ng statement.  Ibig sabihin “No…It’s not true.”

Mokong: Ganun ba. Lesson learned… a person with a spine to say sorry is a person of courage but insincere na sorry will cause you infection in the spinal column.

Mokang: e etong pumatak sa ating no.2 spot na “I’m sorry.”

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We’re sorry Madam Susan…

Photo extracted from gmanews.tv

Photo extracted from gmanews.tv

Si police Sr. Supt. Rafael Santiago na umamin sa naganap na Ballot switching sa Batasang Pambansa noong January 2005 upang masiguro ang pagkapanalo ni GMA over FPJ. Nag-sorry sa bayan at kay Gng. Susan Roces.

Mokang: Kailangan sincere ka sa sorry mo, remember you are now a pain in the neck of those involved.

“Whistleblower Senior Supt. Rafael Santiago, Jr. yesterday dropped another bomb against former Philippine National Police chief now Zambales Governor Hermogenes Ebdane, Jr., saying the former PNP head raked in millions of pesos from illegal mining and jueteng.

Santiago, who earlier admitted that he and his men switched election returns at the House of Representatives to ensure the victory of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in 2004, claimed that Ebdane and National Capital Regional Police Office Director Alan Purisima were partners in illegal mining activities in Zambales. He said Ebdane used only “trusted men” in illegal mining operations in his province.

In a text message sent to reporters, Santiago claimed that Purisima also knew of Ebdane’s plan to rig the presidential elections in 2004.

“Purisima and I were really close to Ebdane. He took care of us,” Santiago said.

“When Ebdane was chief of the Philippine National Police in 2004, Purisima was his most trusted man in Police Anti Crime Emergency Response (Pacer) and National Anti-Kidnapping Task Force (NAKTAF),” he added.

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Sorry Llamas from GARCI

“Garcillano said Malacanang officials led by Presidential Adviser on Political Affairs Ronald Llamas sent several emissaries and text messages to convince him to retract his testimony during a Senate investigation that Arroyo won in the 2004 elections.”

Sabi pa ni Llamas, si Garci ay makakatulong ng malaki sa paglalantad ng malawakang dayaan ng 2004 elections.

Ayon pa kay Llamas ay nakatanggap siya ng mga “surrender feelers” mula sa kampo ni Garcillano na pinasinungalingan naman ng huli.

“I did not send any feelers to Malacanang. Why should I surrender? I have nothing more to say,” Garcillano  said.

Mokong: kasi naman feelers-feelers pa e he’s just a phonecall away. “Hello Garci…”

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Sorry GARCI – from Malacanang

Ayon sa bali-balita.  Nagsimula nang halukayin ng Malakanyang ang mga assets ni GARCI na diumanoy nakulimbat niya simula pa noong 2005 nang siya ay nasa COMELEC pa.

“Secretary Ronald Llamas, President Aquino’s adviser on political affairs, said the government had been discretely looking into the assets amassed by Garcillano since the cheating scandal burst into the open six years ago with the release of the “Hello, Garci” tape on supposed conversations between Arroyo and Garcillano.

Llamas said in a text message that based on what the government had found out, Garcillano had acquired houses and lots in Subic in Zambales, Cagayan de Oro City, Quezon City and “Cotabato.”

Garcillano also supposedly acquired several farms in Bukidnon, where he held a press conference the other day.

Llamas did not say who were the specific sources of his information on Garcillano’s supposed acquisitions.

He asked how Garcillano could have built up his wealth despite his having no job in recent years.

Mokong: Hello GARCI… are you with us?

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Isa pang Sorry… “Sorry sa kabayo at nahuli ang damo.”

Very sorry ang Malakanyang after malamang patay na ang kauna-unahang pinagbigyan ni PNoy ng executive clemency.

Maaalalang ipinagmalaki pa ito ni PNoy pero napag-alamang namatay na pala ang presong si Mariano Umbrero bago malagdaan ang kanyang pardon.

Namatay si Umbrero noong July 15 habang pinirmahan ang clemency noong July 19 o apat na araw makaraang pumanaw.

Si Tatay Umbrero ay ang 63-anyos na political prisoner sa New Bilibid Prisons (NBP) na dinapuan ng stage 4 cancer.

Ayon pa kay Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte, walang nag-abiso sa Office of the President na namatay na pala si Umbrero.

Ayon kay Valte, nakikiramay sila at umaasa na lamang na kahit papaano ay maibsan ang pagdadalamhati ng pamilya Umbrero sa executive clemency na nahuli ng dating.

Magiging leksyon na lamang ito para magkaroon ng maayos na coordination at maiwasang maulit ang kontrobersya.

“We were not informed of the death of Mr. Umbrero,” ani Valte.

Mokong: alam na ng lahat! Kayo lang ang hindi.  Hindi niyo kasi kami pinapansin.  Pero ang mga feelers pansin-na-pansin niyo e mali-mali naman pala. Hahahaha!

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Pero tatalunin ang lahat ng sorrys ng “I am Back!” ni Mike Arroyo.

Photo extracted from ellentordesillas.com

Ungentle na wika ni First gentleman sa kanyang mga kritiko, “I’m back.”

Sagot ng malakanyang, “Watch list sa immigration.” ok your back and you will never leave the country anymore. Hahaha!

“Sa kaniyang arrival speech sa Ninoy Aquino International Airport, hayagang inakusahan ni Arroyo ang kasalukuyang administrasyon na umano’y nasa likod ng mga tinaguriang whistleblowers para idawit ang mga Arroyo sa mga patong-patong na mga anomalya.

Kabilang sa binanggit ng unang ginoo ang mga pahayag nina dating Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) Gov. Zaldy Ampatuan na nag-uugnay sa kaniya sa nangyaring dayaan sa halalan at negosyanteng si Archibald Po, na nagdadawit naman sa kaniya sa maanomalyang bentahang ng helicopters sa Philippine National Police.

Muli ring ipinaliwanag ni Ginoong Arroyo na ang kaniyang pagtungo sa Hong Kong kamakailan ay matagal ng naka-schedule at wala umanong katotohanan ang mga espekulasyon na balak nitong tumakas.

“This administration is hell bent to make our lives miserable, by resorting to trial by publicity. That we are conveniently subjected to bad publicity… To my detractors, I’m back,” ayon kay Arroyo.

Mokong: Ayan na siya… taraaaan… he’s back at huwag niyo siyang tirahin sa back.

Mokang: Hahahaha! Back-backan ba ‘to?

Mokong: O abangan pa ang mga susunod na kabanata ng mga I’m sorry at I’m back.

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