philippines for sale!!!

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Anonymous

Quezon City, Philippines

#1 Mar 14, 2013
The Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines

With 75.5 million members in 2011, it is the predominant religion, making the Philippines the country with the third largest number of Catholic citizens in the world after Brazil and Mexico.

It is also one of the two predominantly Catholic countries in Asia (the other being East Timor).

The rise of the cults parallels the rise of liberalism within the Christian religion.

Both liberalism and the cults were made possible by the lessening of governmental controls
on religious beliefs and practices.

The roots of the cults in the Philippines, where religious liberty was absolutized and
people were free not only to reinterpret Christianity from within but to establish a new form of unity within their sector
and religious at will that may affect the country.

The rise of Iglesia ni cristo Occultism in the Philippines on 1914 shown by its numerous chapels all over the land that were built after elections."

The winning candidate who invested on INC Chapels will definitely reimburse his/her expenses to the Public fund.

The lossing candidate will try his luck next election but eventually reimburse his expenses in his private business magical tax computation.

1998,2001,2004,2007,2010, May 2013 and the presidential derby on 2016.

iglesia ni cristo = WIN
while poor Philippines open bid for Sale!!!
Anonymous

Quezon City, Philippines

#2 Mar 17, 2013
PHILIPPINES FOR SALE!

May 13, 2013- Midterm Election.

Latest Forecast!!!

8 - Team PNOY
4 - UNA
Anonymous

Quezon City, Philippines

#3 Apr 9, 2013
Philippines for Sale!!!(May 13, 2013, Monday)

EX-deal to INC Palatial Chapels

The winning candidate who invested on INC Chapels will definitely reimburse his/her expenses to the Public fund.

The lossing candidate will try his luck next election but eventually reimburse his expenses in his private business magical tax computation.
Anonymous

Quezon City, Philippines

#8 Apr 15, 2013
PHILIPPINES FOR SALE!!!

INC 12 SENATORS FORECAST!!!

1. LOREN LEGARDA
2. FRANCIS ESCUDERO
3. JV EJERCITO
4. NANCY BINAY
5. CYNTHIA VILLAR
6. ALLAN PETER CAYETANO
7. GRINGO HONASSAN
8. ANTONIO TRILLANES IV
9. MIGUEL ZUBIRI
10. ERNESTO MACEDA
11. GRACE POE
12. JAMBY MADRIGAL

LOCAL Candidates

MANILA MAYOR- JOSEPH Erap Estrada
MAKATI MAYOR- Junjun Binay
MANDALUYONG MAYOR - Benhur Abalos
QUEZON CITY MAYOR - Herbert Bautista
CALOOCAN MAYOR - RJ Echiverri
VALENZUELA MAYOR - Rex gatchalian
PARANAQUE MAYOR- Florencio Bernabe
PASAY MAYOR -Tony Calixto

Partial List of Candidates who made an EX-DEAL to INC Administration.

POOR Philippines!!!


israelNOTpinas

Quezon City, Philippines

#9 May 6, 2013
INC backs 7 Team PNoy, 5 UNA senatorial bets

The Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) religious denomination, which has up to 8 million members, is supporting seven candidates of the administration Team PNoy and five from the rival United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) coalition for the senatorial race, Tribune sources said.

In the traditional “sample ballots” released by the INC hierarchy to its local leaders in the provinces last Thursday, Team PNoy’s Edgardo “Sonny” Angara topped the shortlist followed by presidential cousin Paulo Benigno “Bam” Aquino, reelectionist Senators Alan Peter Cayetano and Loren Legarda, former Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) chairman Grace Poe, Sen. Antonio Trillanes and former Las Pinas Rep. Cynthia Villar.
From UNA, the sample ballots carried the names of Nancy Binay, Cagayan Rep. Jack Enrile, San Juan City Rep. Joseph Victor “JV” Ejercito Estrada, Sen. Gregorio Honasan and former Sen. Richard Gordon. Turn to page 2 The inclusion of the names of the three Nacionalista Party (NP) candidates in Team PNoy, namely Villar, Cayetano and Trillanes, came as a surprise as they were “nowhere” among those known to be being backed up by the religious group.

Cayetano and Trillanes earlier had a fallout with the religious group after reneging on their supposed “commitment” in the impeachment trial of former Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona as they purportedly promised to enter an acquittal vote on judgement day.
The same issue was also supposedly taken against Villar’s husband, Sen. Manuel Villar Jr., with the congresswoman bearing the brunt of the ire of the INC leaders.
Add to this was the supposed old issue against Senator Villar, dating back 2010 when he refused their request, supposedly, to back down from the presidential race.
From the initial talks on the shortlist, those “expunged” were reelectionist Sen. Francis “Chiz” Escudero and former Sen. Ramon “Jun” Magsaysay Jr.
Escudero has consistently “enjoyed” the trust and confidence of the INC even before he got elected in the Senate. No explanation was given by sources.
Among those who managed to get into the INC shortlist, Angara’s name has been prominently mentioned at the early stage of the campaign period and was “called” by its leadership for a meeting, supposedly, sources said.
Poe, who was not included in the list, initially, was persistent in sending feelers or letters soliciting the support of the group that is said to have almost nine million strong followers and her efforts apparently finally paid off, sources said.
Local INC representatives are set to relay the message to their respective areas of jurisdiction beginning Thursday, sources said.
A Commission on Elections (Comelec) official, meanwhile, said religious groups may face charges of poll violation for direct campaigning if it endorses candidates on Sunday, Church day for most religions, which is the eve of the May 13 midterm elections.

INC THE POLITICAL PROSTITUTE///

ANGARA
AQUINO
CAYETANO
LEGARDA
GRACE POE
TRILLANES
VILLAR
BINAY
ENRILE
JV ESTRADA
HONASAN
GORDON
BaKuteH

Johor Bahru, Malaysia

#10 May 6, 2013
Whoooo cheap pinay chinks!! Yeahhh
Bill Gates

Bagumbayan, Philippines

#11 May 6, 2013
What if someone literally bought the philippines like the US purchased it from Spain? Can he declare himself as an absolute monarch, abolish democracy and make slaves of filipinos?
israelNOTpinas

Quezon City, Philippines

#12 May 6, 2013
Bill Gates wrote:
What if someone literally bought the philippines like the US purchased it from Spain? Can he declare himself as an absolute monarch, abolish democracy and make slaves of filipinos?
If you are born poor it's not your mistake
but if you die poor its definitely your mistake.
---Bill Gates---

Iglesia ni Cristo
a Cult Founded by Felix Manalo who dreamed of becoming rich...

You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion.----L. Ron Hubbard---

INC Filipino members are already slaves to Manalo Administration...
Martin Nuke

Makati, Philippines

#13 May 6, 2013
Malaysia once wanted to buy the Philippines and become part of the Malaysian Federation remember Maphilindo?
mike

Clayton, Australia

#15 May 7, 2013
I want to buy the island of bora cay, how much does it cost?
Abu Sayyaf

Bagumbayan, Philippines

#16 May 7, 2013
mike wrote:
I want to buy the island of bora cay, how much does it cost?
The island of basilan would be cheaper.
mike

Clayton, Australia

#17 May 7, 2013
Abu Sayyaf wrote:
<quoted text>
The island of basilan would be cheaper.
never heard of it

to you maybe, but it should be quite cheap seeing our currency is one of the strongest in the world

how about bali instead? how much?
Abu Sayyaf

Bagumbayan, Philippines

#18 May 7, 2013
mike wrote:
<quoted text>
never heard of it
to you maybe, but it should be quite cheap seeing our currency is one of the strongest in the world
how about bali instead? how much?
I'm not an expert on island real estate prices. But I guarantee you that basilan island is far more cheaper compared to boracay and bali islands.
mike

Clayton, Australia

#19 May 7, 2013
Abu Sayyaf wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not an expert on island real estate prices. But I guarantee you that basilan island is far more cheaper compared to boracay and bali islands.
I don't want to buy some island that I never heard of, I want some island that will make a investment like bali island or bora cay
Abu Sayyaf

Bagumbayan, Philippines

#20 May 7, 2013
mike wrote:
<quoted text> I don't want to buy some island that I never heard of, I want some island that will make a investment like bali island or bora cay
Then I think among the world famous islands, bali and boracay properties are indeed the most affordable.
israelNOTpinas

Quezon City, Philippines

#21 May 7, 2013
Majority of Filipinos are
Politically and Religiously Immature.

Filipinos Love Name Game -

Religious Dynasty
Felix Manalo-
Erano Manalo-
Eduardo Manalo
Next Picture -Angelo Erano Manalo

Iglesia ni cristo Religious Dynasty of Manalo Family used the Name Game Tactic to Invite Followers and then attack their Opponents.

Political Dynasty in the Philippines who enjoy the Name Game Tactic to Invite Voters and then attack their Opponents.

A non-stop Political Dynasty

1 Aranan Royal Families
2 Abad Family (Batanes)
3 Abalos Family (Mandaluyong City)
4 Abaya Family (Cavite)
5 Acosta Family (Bukidnon)
6 Aguilar(-Villar) Family (Las Piñas City & Muntinlupa City)
7 Albano Family (Isabela)
8 Alcala Family (Quezon)
9 Alfaro-Alfelor Family (Camarines Sur & Bulacan)
10 Almario Family (Davao Oriental)
11 (Alonto-Adiong Family)==(Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte)
12 Andal-Contreras Family (Oriental Mindoro)
13 Angara Family (Aurora)
14 Aquino Family (Sorsogon & Agusan del Sur (CARAGA))
15 Arroyo Family (Negros Occidental)
16 Asistio Family (Caloocan City)
17 Barzaga Family (Cavite)
18 Bernabe Family (Parañaque City)
19 Binay Family (Makati City)
20 Cayetano Family (Taguig)
21 Cerilles Family (Zamboanga del Sur)
22 Cortes Family (Mandaue)
23 Cojuangco(-Aquino) Family (Tarlac)
24 Crisologo Family (Ilocos Sur)
25 Cua Family (Quirino)
26 Cuenco Family (Cebu)
27 Del Mar Family (Cebu)
28 Dimaporo Family (Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur)
29 Dominguez Family
30 Dumlao Family (Nueva Vizcaya)
31 Dy Family (Isabela)
32 Echiverri Family (Caloocan City)
33 Ecleo Family (Dinagat Islands)
34 Escudero Family (Sorsogon)
35 Tiangco Family (Navotas)
36 Javier Family (Navotas)
37 Fajardo Family (Nueva Ecija / Cavite / Rizal / Manila / Pampanga / Bulacan / Quezon)
38 Fua Family (Siquijor)
39 Fuentebella Family (Camarines Sur/negros)
40 Galicia Family (Davao Region)
41 Garcia Family (Davao City)
42 Garin Family (Iloilo)
43 Gatchalian Family (Valenzuela City)
44 Gomez Family (Laguna)
45 Gordon Family (Zambales)
46 Imperial Family (Albay)
47 Jaen Family (Leganes,Iloilo)
48 Jalandoni Jover Family (Iloilo City)
49 Jalosjos Family (Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga Sibugay)
50 Lacson Family (Antique, Cavite, Negros Occidental and Manila)
51 Lapus Family (Tarlac)
52 Laurel Family (Batangas)
53 Lim Family (Southern Leyte/Zamboanga Peninsula)
54 Lobregat Family (Zamboanga City)
55 Lim Family (Palawan)
56 Maliksi Family (Cavite)
57 Manrique Family (Boac, Marinduque)
58 Mangudadatu Family (Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao )
59 Macapagal Family (Pampanga)
60 Masigan Family (Isabela)
61 Mendiola/Siojo/Mercado Family (Bulacan, Pampanga, Mindoro, Samar)
62 Mitra Family (Palawan)
63 Nepomuceno Family (Pampanga)
64 Ortega Family (La Union/Negros Oriental)
65 Osmeña Family (Cebu)
66 Plaza Family (Agusan del Sur, Agusan del Norte, Cagayan)
67 Rama Family (Cebu)
68 Ramos Family (Pangasinan)
69 Recto Family (Batangas)
70 Remulla Family (Cavite)
71 Revilla Family (Cavite)
72 Reyes Family (Marinduque)
73 Reyes Family (Palawan)
74 Roco Family (Camarines Sur)
75 Romualdez/ Lopez Family (Leyte)
76 Roxas Family (Capiz)
77 Santillan Family (Batangas, Cavite, Manila, Antique, Albay, Pampanga)
78 Sarmiento Family (Buenavista, Marinduque)
79 Singson Family (Ilocos Sur)
80 Sinsuat Family (Maguindanao)
81 Teves Family (Negros Oriental and Philippines)
82 Suarez Family (Quezon)
83 Espinosa/Martinez Family (Cebu/Masbate)
84 Tañada Family (Quezon)
85 Ty Family (Surigao del Sur)
86 Villarreal Family
87 Ynares Family (Rizal)
88 Zubiri Family (Bukidnon)

Filipinos are Brainwashed in both Religion and Politics
Filipinos love Name Game.

Manalo Religious Dynasty of Iglesia ni cristo
god

San Anselmo, CA

#22 May 12, 2013
philippines for sale, how much do you charge for a hourly rate. do you guys use lotions, toys, oils.
heressssssssssss sss kenny

Las Piñas, Philippines

#23 May 12, 2013
god wrote:
philippines for sale, how much do you charge for a hourly rate. do you guys use lotions, toys, oils.
How much per month does it cost to live in a trailer these days ????
amc

Quezon City, Philippines

#24 May 12, 2013
heresssssssssssssss kenny wrote:
<quoted text>
How much per month does it cost to live in a trailer these days ????
yur gonna laugh. since so many lost their homes to the banks, the prices of trailers have sky rocketed.

you think the banks are gonna miss out on that? there a re millions in florida and other southern states that are NOT TYPICAL and more than id pay thats for sure.$157000.00 ?

yes, the red neck trailer park survives still and is growing.

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