Philippines Asia's Strongest Performing Economy

Nov 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Manila Bulletin

THE value of Philippine merchandise exports grew by 22.8% to $4.8 billion in September, 2012, higher than the $3.9 billion shipped out in the same month in 2011, making the country the strongest performer among Southeast and East Asian nations.

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What a loser. He now Resorts to violence because he couldnt argue his case. And then cluelessly Calls his fellow Malay Muslim brothers as monkeys. He admits that it is "not anymore a case of right and wrong but a case of who can last", finally the idiot admits defeat and will just be willing to wage war because they now know they're wrong.
Congratulations to Austranesian Guy and Cev for defeating this pathetic idiot!
That is probably the most pathetic answer one can expects from PINOY.
TWISTING AND TURNING... Sulu TERRORIST who mutiliated our POLICEMAN and cut him to piece is called BROTHER... F@ck you.

Like this one I gave to 1 peso chinaman GIGALOMAN CEV.

NO POINT responding to DISHONEST PINOY like you and your accomplices who has resort to underhand tactics such as imposing me to win an indefendable argument and STRIPTEASING.

Come and f@ck me, you are teasing otherwise you do not have the capacity.

JUST GO HOME and f@ck yourself and STOP PESTERING the other in here.

As for Sabah who told you SABAH is own by the SULTAN of SULU?

And why should anybody for something that do not belongs to them.

But FIRST Thing FIRST. You never answer my question to you meaning YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND LAW.

So WHY WASTE EVERYBODY TIME in here? Go and F@ck yourself and don't forget your BANANA lubricant...
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<quoted text> Your idiotic postings is futile.
okay what ever ape.. time to go clean the mens room again... you got a begging relative back in the Philippines to take care of
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Clearly you have no answer to the question. How can you sell anything without a price not prize stupid.
The claim for Scarborough shoal is based on the EEZ which is based on international law. If the UN declares that the shoal is just part of the continental shelf, then it is therefore within the exclusive economic zone of the Philippines. The claim for Sabah on the other hand is not historical but based on a faulty translation of the contract which originally included the word Padjak which means lease in tausug language. You just have to flex the tiny muscle in that head of yours a little bit in order to understand that the continuous payment of the Malaysian government to the sultan of sulu doesn't make any sense if it is for a sale. Will you pause for a moment and think, why would a country pay endlessly for this piece of land? It doesn't make any sense because the agreement was for a lease and was just incorrectly translated.
The Philippine government did not sanction the actions of the sultan. In fact, they are now being investigated for their actions. The real claim of the real government of the Philippines will go through the international courts and not through violence. It will be up to the courts to decide. So what is wrong with that?
once again dumb ape....YOUR filipino claim is based in EEZ and more so UNCLOS since all you apes keep talking about how China signed it...

the "Chinese claim" which you apes seem to disregard is based on historical claim...

where as your Sabah Claim is based on historical claim, as in land given as a PRIZE for help in a war

"1704 The Sultanate of Sulu acquires the territory of Sabah in Borneo island as reward for helping the Brunei sultan quell a rebellion."

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/097f5d66-8955-...

sugar coat it all you want but you are arguing is no different what you Filipinos are trying to do in regards to Sabah, that the Chinese are doing to you at the Scarborough Shoal...

as yes I agree it is a lease agreement ... but with no stipulated termination terms too it...

even if you want to terminate the agreement...

then it is very simple it should fall under EEZ and UNCLOS

and your filipino penchant to argue proximity... flies back in your face

in the end the solution is simple...

let the people there vote, to either stay with Malaysia, become independent...

or vote to join and support 80 million filipinos APES like you in the Philippines...
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"1704 The Sultanate of Sulu acquires the territory of Sabah in Borneo island as reward for helping the Brunei sultan quell a rebellion.

1962 Esmail Kiram cedes his sultanate’s "CLAIM" to Sabah to the Philippine government,
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Every year, the Malaysian Embassy in the Philippines issues a check in the amount of 5,300 ringgit (US$1710 or about 77,000 Philippine pesos) to the legal counsel of the heirs of the Sultan of Sulu. Malaysia considers the amount an annual “cession” payment for the land, while the sultan’s descendants consider it “rent.”[13][14]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Borneo_dis...

^ LOL stop wanking APES...
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The North Borneo dispute refers to the territorial dispute between Malaysia and the Philippines over much of the eastern part of Sabah.

Sabah was known as North Borneo prior to the formation of the Malaysian federation.

The Philippines, through the heritage of the former Sultanate of Sulu, retains a "dormant claim" on Sabah on the basis that the territory was only leased to the British North Borneo Company in 1878 with the Sultanate's sovereignty never being relinquished.[1]

However, Malaysia considers this dispute as a "non-issue" as it interprets the 1878 agreement as that of cession and that it deems that the residents of Sabah had exercised their right to self-determination when they voted to join the Malaysian federation in 1963

^ this pretty much says it all case closed...
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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
The North Borneo dispute refers to the territorial dispute between Malaysia and the Philippines over much of the eastern part of Sabah.
Sabah was known as North Borneo prior to the formation of the Malaysian federation.
The Philippines, through the heritage of the former Sultanate of Sulu, retains a "dormant claim" on Sabah on the basis that the territory was only leased to the British North Borneo Company in 1878 with the Sultanate's sovereignty never being relinquished.[1]
However, Malaysia considers this dispute as a "non-issue" as it interprets the 1878 agreement as that of cession and that it deems that the residents of Sabah had exercised their right to self-determination when they voted to join the Malaysian federation in 1963
^ this pretty much says it all case closed...
RIF,

1. The lease is "lease in perpetuity". What does it mean? Ask Pinoys to figure out.

2. When the Brits were given the right to use the piece of land (cede or lease) in perpetuity and Malaysia has actually in effective control of Sabah continously for decades following the effective control by the Brits for decades.

3. The joining of Sabah to Malaysia was supported by a referendum of Sahans in 1962.

4. Who has the rights to Sabah now? Malaysia is in the strongest position. Within the Philippines, who has the right to make such a claim. The heir to the fake throne of Sulu Sultanate which no longer exists as a sovereign entity?(If Sulu Sultan isn't a sovereign entity, it has no right to make the claim.) But who is the legitimate heir to the "throne" among the descendants of the Sulu family. They have not sorted it out yet. So Kiram III cannot even represent its own family.

But didn't someone from the Sulu family give the right over Sabah to the govt of the Philippines many years ago? If it is true, what kind of right the Sulu heir retain? If this is true, no one from the Sulu family can make such as claim over Sabah while the govt of PH should.

Actually many Pinoys look stupid in this case. They follow no logic and no laws, but just greed and instinct.
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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
The North Borneo dispute refers to the territorial dispute between Malaysia and the Philippines over much of the eastern part of Sabah.
Sabah was known as North Borneo prior to the formation of the Malaysian federation.
The Philippines, through the heritage of the former Sultanate of Sulu, retains a "dormant claim" on Sabah on the basis that the territory was only leased to the British North Borneo Company in 1878 with the Sultanate's sovereignty never being relinquished.[1]
However, Malaysia considers this dispute as a "non-issue" as it interprets the 1878 agreement as that of cession and that it deems that the residents of Sabah had exercised their right to self-determination when they voted to join the Malaysian federation in 1963
^ this pretty much says it all case closed...
Thank you monkey, for clarifying that it is only one side - Malaysia that considers this a non-issue. The validity of the 1963 vote that you are talking about is exactly one issue that is being questioned. The second is the false translation of the content of the contract. So if Malaysia is confident that they are right, then they should take this opportunity to finally establish it in court by facing the Philippines' complaint head-on. Isn't it the right of an aggrieved party to file a complaint and use legal measures to settle a dispute? If you don't believe in this, then you are far worse than a stupid monkey.
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RIF,
1. The lease is "lease in perpetuity". What does it mean? Ask Pinoys to figure out.
2. When the Brits were given the right to use the piece of land (cede or lease) in perpetuity and Malaysia has actually in effective control of Sabah continously for decades following the effective control by the Brits for decades.
3. The joining of Sabah to Malaysia was supported by a referendum of Sahans in 1962.
4. Who has the rights to Sabah now? Malaysia is in the strongest position. Within the Philippines, who has the right to make such a claim. The heir to the fake throne of Sulu Sultanate which no longer exists as a sovereign entity?(If Sulu Sultan isn't a sovereign entity, it has no right to make the claim.) But who is the legitimate heir to the "throne" among the descendants of the Sulu family. They have not sorted it out yet. So Kiram III cannot even represent its own family.
But didn't someone from the Sulu family give the right over Sabah to the govt of the Philippines many years ago? If it is true, what kind of right the Sulu heir retain? If this is true, no one from the Sulu family can make such as claim over Sabah while the govt of PH should.
Actually many Pinoys look stupid in this case. They follow no logic and no laws, but just greed and instinct.
You are stupid. We are not supporting the sultan and his claim. You are truly clueless. It is the Philippine government's claim that we are talking about here. No one cares about the sultan except his men and his family who are actually being investigated and possibly will be charged for inciting war. we are talking about the Philippines right to question the content of the contract and as well as the validity of the 1963 sabah referendum. You are barking at the wrong tree idiot. Try to read the past posts and the news, not just the anti pinoy propaganda.
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RIF,
1. The lease is "lease in perpetuity". What does it mean? Ask Pinoys to figure out.
2. When the Brits were given the right to use the piece of land (cede or lease) in perpetuity and Malaysia has actually in effective control of Sabah continously for decades following the effective control by the Brits for decades.
3. The joining of Sabah to Malaysia was supported by a referendum of Sahans in 1962.
4. Who has the rights to Sabah now? Malaysia is in the strongest position. Within the Philippines, who has the right to make such a claim. The heir to the fake throne of Sulu Sultanate which no longer exists as a sovereign entity?(If Sulu Sultan isn't a sovereign entity, it has no right to make the claim.) But who is the legitimate heir to the "throne" among the descendants of the Sulu family. They have not sorted it out yet. So Kiram III cannot even represent its own family.
But didn't someone from the Sulu family give the right over Sabah to the govt of the Philippines many years ago? If it is true, what kind of right the Sulu heir retain? If this is true, no one from the Sulu family can make such as claim over Sabah while the govt of PH should.
Actually many Pinoys look stupid in this case. They follow no logic and no laws, but just greed and instinct.
Read this.

The truth is: sabah was in a state of peace under an unwritten agreement between Malaysia and the Philippines. Filipino muslims there have been living peacefully with Malaysians. They have established family and economic ties by going in and out of sabah from sulu without any immigration issues. This blew up because of the sultan's actions that were influenced and funded by groups of people who wanted to create chaos that are directly aimed to:
1. Undermine the present government, in order to achieve their evil agenda of winning the elections.(Both Philippines and Malaysian opposition groups)
2. Sabotage the peace process between the government and muslim separatists which should have been nearing its finalization.
3. Drive the government and people's attention away from disputes with China.
4. Make the Philippines look bad in the eyes of the international community (who do you think will gain most from this? No need to state the obvious.)
5. Sabotage the Philippines' economic gains.

So obviously, if you have the capacity to make an objective and logical analysis of the situation, clearly the Philippine government and the majority of the people will not gain anything from this chaos. So why would anyone in their right mind think that this was done intentionally by the Philippines? The sultan of sulu is not part of the Philippine government, he is actually being investigated and will be charged for his crimes of inciting war.
What bothers the people now is how the Malaysian forces maltreated civilians, even after our president directly asked their prime minister to ensure the safety of the filipino civilian populace in Sabah. There still have been reports of abuse and human rights violations. This is what the people are enraged about. The clear majority of the Filipino people here are definitely not justifying the sultans actions. So do not twist the truth by saying that our government and the majority are responsible for this situation.

If the Philippines still want to pursue the claim, and i'm positive that we definitely will, it will be coursed through the courts and not through war like what the chinaman is trying to promote here. It is a valid claim and it's our right. If the court decides fairly with "finality", then both parties should accept the decision, even if it's not in their favor. No need for war and violence.
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That is probably the most pathetic answer one can expects from PINOY.
TWISTING AND TURNING... Sulu TERRORIST who mutiliated our POLICEMAN and cut him to piece is called BROTHER... F@ck you.
Like this one I gave to 1 peso chinaman GIGALOMAN CEV.
NO POINT responding to DISHONEST PINOY like you and your accomplices who has resort to underhand tactics such as imposing me to win an indefendable argument and STRIPTEASING.
Come and f@ck me, you are teasing otherwise you do not have the capacity.
JUST GO HOME and f@ck yourself and STOP PESTERING the other in here.
As for Sabah who told you SABAH is own by the SULTAN of SULU?
And why should anybody for something that do not belongs to them.
But FIRST Thing FIRST. You never answer my question to you meaning YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND LAW.
So WHY WASTE EVERYBODY TIME in here? Go and F@ck yourself and don't forget your BANANA lubricant...
Rantings of a sore loser. Amusing.

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If you're highly educated, you don't have to prove it. On the other hand, all your posts of shits prove otherwise.
No self confidence at all inspite of your claim to be highly educated...lolllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllll
Once again, you are behaving like the monkey at the zoo. You cackle while munching on your shit, content that everyone else is laughing with you. We aren't.

Keep munching away, monkey. We will keep laughing.
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Once again, you are behaving like the monkey at the zoo. You cackle while munching on your shit, content that everyone else is laughing with you. We aren't.
Keep munching away, monkey. We will keep laughing.
upppssssssssssss the self proclaimed highly educated is vomiting cackling munching of shits again. And he's so laughing of his strength in life - just shitting shite...

lollllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll
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Thank you monkey, for clarifying that it is only one side - Malaysia that considers this a non-issue. The validity of the 1963 vote that you are talking about is exactly one issue that is being questioned. The second is the false translation of the content of the contract. So if Malaysia is confident that they are right, then they should take this opportunity to finally establish it in court by facing the Philippines' complaint head-on. Isn't it the right of an aggrieved party to file a complaint and use legal measures to settle a dispute? If you don't believe in this, then you are far worse than a stupid monkey.
yes yes dumb APE... of course you Filipinos are always the aggrieved party

there is a reason the Malaysian Embassy pays the rental every year.. they are the ones abiding by the lease agreement,

you Filipinos are the ones crying about it as if they would ever vote join the Philippines...

and 80 million beggars...

I swear you Filipinos act as if you are the only country in the world ever to have their territory taken away from them....

whats even more sad? is you Filipinos actually believe you will get Sabah....

you will have as much chance as the Aeta/Negrito have of getting the land that is now called the Philippines back....you Austroneasians stole from them
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btw the international community is not going to support your claims on Sabah...
land given to the Philippines as a reward for help in a war, and by a Sultanate who only had a claim at the time...

thats because the Philippines is a third world country... and there are other pressing land disputes

like the occupied territories

"adopted unanimously by the UN Security Council on November 22, 1967"

another land disputes like Taiwan, taken from China... in the 1949
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Really? Philippines follows the rule of law???? Open prostitution so much that you trip over them. Giant clubs with blaring music and flashing lights that you would have to be blind and deaf filled with prostitutes with cops and politicians driving by them everyday. These places are within a block of police stations.
Whole districts of cities just for hookers. A foreigner can't drive anywhere without eventually being stopped for a bribe.
Philippines follows the rule of law is the funniest lie you have told.
There was this documentary I was watching a while ago. They interviewed the head of police and she said they couldnt possibly check every establishment for underage prostitutions. The reporter then goes, how can you miss this big building when its literally next to your station. haha, I bet she went red and start crying.

In phil everything is illegal until you show them the pesos.

So much for this pinoys are law abiding bunch.
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There was this documentary I was watching a while ago. They interviewed the head of police and she said they couldnt possibly check every establishment for underage prostitutions. The reporter then goes, how can you miss this big building when its literally next to your station. haha, I bet she went red and start crying.
In phil everything is illegal until you show them the pesos.
So much for this pinoys are law abiding bunch.
She started crying maybe seeing her pay off money go down the drain. Their funny, thousands of even little videoke bars for Flips have hookers in the furthest reaches of the Philippines.

Filipino's in my village always brag about popping the cherries of girls as young as 14. We have underage pregnant girls everywhere here. Rule of law!!!LOL!!!! I have never seen a cop patrol my neighborhood even though the station is a mile from here.
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Houston cops ticket homeless vet for searching trash can for food

Published March 12, 2013

A homeless veteran says he was just looking for something to eat when he was ticketed by Houston police officers for rummaging through a trash can.

44-year-old James Kelly tells the Houston Chronicle he was cited for "disturbing the contents of a garbage can in (the) downtown business district."

"I was just basically looking for something to eat," Kelly told the paper. "I wasn't in a real good mood."

Houston city officials pointed out in an e-mail to the paper that a charitable food event was happening at the same time Kelly was cited, but referred all other questions on the matter to police.

"The ordinance is specific to the Central Business District," the Houston Police Department said in a statement. "It is a violation for anyone to remove any contents of any bin, bag or other container that has been placed for collection of garbage, trash or recyclable materials. An officer has probable cause to issue such a citation when a person is seen opening a lid and rummaging through contents of a dumpster or trash can."

Kelly, who spent about nine years in Navy, says he does not plan to stay in Houston, but has nowhere to live at this time.

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She started crying maybe seeing her pay off money go down the drain. Their funny, thousands of even little videoke bars for Flips have hookers in the furthest reaches of the Philippines.
Filipino's in my village always brag about popping the cherries of girls as young as 14. We have underage pregnant girls everywhere here. Rule of law!!!LOL!!!! I have never seen a cop patrol my neighborhood even though the station is a mile from here.
So painful and sad to see the work of evil pimping innocent girls to pedophiles. Let's pray for protection of innocent girls and underage girls getting pregnant.

The Rule of Law is a big challenge against pedophiles and pimps and even evil parents.

It's not a laughable matter. It's not only in the Philippines but all over the world, even the USA ...here is an article:
"Every year nearly 300,000 children are at risk to sexual exploitation in the U.S. and an estimated 500,000 incidents are not reported. This has made the U.S. the number one destination for child sex trafficking in the world. "

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