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Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III

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  • starczamorastarczamora Sissie DaToic PEx Moderator
    abcxyz wrote: »
    you are totally off, you have competely misunderstood the issue that is being solved.

    the issue is - LACK OF / NOT ENOUGH SCHOOLS AND CLASSROOMS FOR ALL THOSE WHO GO TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

    quality of teaching in public versus private schools is NOT the issue trying to be solved.

    There is a lack of school buildings that is being addressed by the Arroyo administration, which you FAIL to acknowledge.

    But to STOP building new school buildings because of "fear of corruption" reeks of stupidity.
  • shintaro76shintaro76 Member PExer
    shintaro76 wrote: »
    Since NOYNOY gives his vision towards education...samantalahin na natin at minsan lang ito mangyayari...



    "One of the things Noynoy talked about is the country’s state of education, which clearly pales in comparison to those of other countries."


    "Noynoy plans to send some of the students in public schools to private schools because it is more practical than building a classroom that costs about P500,000. His computation showed that if private schools would accept a tuition fee of P8,000 then more than 60 students can be sent to a private school, and no money would go to the pockets of corrupt officials."

    Interesting kung paano mag-isip si NOYNOY...parang simple arithmetic lang yung problema natin sa education...P500,000(building cost)divided by P8,000(tuition fee in private school) will equal 62.5 students to be sent in private schools. Gaganda ba ang state of education by simply letting students to be in private schools? Is it safe to say that he thinks, quality of education in public schools suck compared to private schools? So if Noynoy was indeed right with his projection...mapag-iiwanan yung mga matitira sa public schools...GREAT IDEA BA ITO? It only shows that NOYNOY is incompetent presidentiable...walang patutunguhan ang bansa natin kapag siya ang naging presidente. EDUCATION PA LANG YAN HA!:depressed:
    abcxyz wrote: »
    you are totally off, you have competely misunderstood the issue that is being solved.

    the issue is - LACK OF / NOT ENOUGH SCHOOLS AND CLASSROOMS FOR ALL THOSE WHO GO TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

    quality of teaching in public versus private schools is NOT the issue trying to be solved.

    ako pa ngayon ang off...hahahaha you keep on bragging LA SALLE and ATENEO as "top notch". STATE OF EDUCATION is being tackled...classroom is just a part of the whole condition. NOYNOY, IS THAT YOU?:D
  • pachadorpachador Member PExer
    Any truth to this story ? This is bothering..

    October 26, 2009, Journal.com.ph

    NOYNOY’S DARK SECRET

    By: Alfred P. Dalizon

    Girlfriend’s unreported death Aquino’s Chappaquiddick?

    SEN. Noynoy Aquino, who is leading presidential surveys, is being hounded by an incident which occurred 22 years ago which can be likened to the Chappaquiddick scandal that doomed US. Sen. Ted Kennedy’s presidential ambition.

    The ghost of a young woman who died when Noynoy was attacked in Malacañang during one of the uprisings that shook the presidency of his mother, Corazon Aquino, now appears to haunt Noynoy at a time when he is on the turning point of his political career. In the incident, three of Noynoy’s security escorts were reported killed. However, one of the “bodyguards” was a young and beautiful student of an exclusive school for girls �" Charlotte Datiles. Datiles, a student of Miriam College, was reportedly a girlfriend of Noynoy.

    Datiles was never identified by Malacañang or in any police report. Media reports quoting Noynoy said that three of his companions were killed in the attack. Two of them were identified as “sergeants Alvaro and Santos.” The third fatality, who turned out to be the young Datiles, was never identified by the Palace or by Noynoy.

    A People’s Journal source, a close relative of Datiles, said they could not do anything then because the Aquinos were in power. “Sen. Aquino now has to explain that incident well to avoid big trouble similar to what happened to the famous American senator,” the source said.

    In the August 28, 1987 incident, the media reported that the only son of President Aquino was hit in the head and right arm when the Land Cruiser he was riding was shot at by rebel soldiers attacking Malacañang.

    A Filipino and an Australian photographer were also killed when rebel soldiers tried to seize the presidential palace.

    Malacañang claimed that Noynoy, along with some bodyguards and other companions, was on his way home to Times Street in Quezon City when they came under heavy fire from the mutineers positioned along J.P. Laurel St. two blocks away from the Palace.

    Constabulary 2nd Class Juan Sono was seriously injured when the rebels strafed the back-up car he was riding. Also injured in the attack was Alden Alag, then a reporter of Philippine Star and now an elected public official in Romblon.

    A day after the attack, Aquino told the Malacañang press that he was not seriously injured in the dawn attack. He said that he was at the Dasmarinas Village residence of Executive Secretary Joker Arroyo when he heard radio reports that Malacanang and other government installations were under attack prompting him to rush to the Palace on board his white Mercedes Benz 200 trailed by a security vehicle.

    Aquino said he later found out that three of his bodyguards died but he did not mention the name of Datiles. He added that although he was armed with a 9mm semi-automatic pistol, he chose not to fire back.

    A website called PinoyExchange had a small item about Aquino and Datiles in connection with the August 1987 coup. “Is the woman he’s with in the car Charlotte Datiles?” the post asked.

    Several sources including a relative of the slain student who spoke with the Journal Group on condition of anonymity answered the PinoyExchange website comment when they confirmed that Datiles died with Aquino although she was never mentioned in any report.

    “She died like a pig but the Palace and Noynoy Aquino did not care then. Masakit mang sabihin pero parang baboy lang na namatay si Charlotte kasama si Noynoy pero wala kaming magawa. Sila yung nasa kapangyarihan noon kaya natago nila pati yung pangalan ni Charlotte,” the relative who used to be a government official said.

    Observers now compare that incident with the infamous Chappaquiddick incident where Sen. Ted Kennedy’s name was blemished amid speculations that he used his name to escape justice.

    In the Chappaquiddick accident which took place on July 18, 1969, 28-year- old teacher, secretary and political campaign specialist Mary Jo Kopechne drowned after Kennedy drove his car off a bridge in Chappaquiddick Island in Massachussetts. Kennedy escaped but Kopechne was trapped in the car.

    Kennedy did not report the accident until about 10 hours later. He was ultimately found guilty of leaving the scene of an accident and was given a two-months jail sentence.

    Although Kennedy recovered from the scandal, the incident doomed his chances for the U.S. presidency as he had a failed run in 1980.

    http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php?issue=...ec=1&aid=105784
  • techjunkie88techjunkie88 Member PExer
    Pachador, that is a disturbing article.
  • fragileXfragileX palaban pa rin PExer
    Website speaks about Noynoy’s ‘dark past’
    By: Alfred P. Dalizon

    YEARS before the People’s Tonight came up with the identity of Charlotte Datiles, the young Miriam College student who was shot dead by rebel soldiers while she was with leading presidential candidate Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III during the August 1987 coup d ‘etat, it was learned that there were comments about the incident being posted already on a local website.

    The website called PinoyExchange has a dedicated space on critics and defenders of the only son of the revered late President Corazon C. Aquino, People’s Tonight discovered while writing the story on Datiles.

    On an Aug. 1, 2005, 11:26 p.m. comment, one who goes by the name ‘dairycreamer’ asked “is the woman he’s with in the car Charlotte Datiles? Eh bakit ang chika he came from merville subd in Parañaque after a lover’s tiff with... at pabalik hinarang ng ram kasi driver lang at 2 bodyguards ang kasama.)

    Another who goes by the name “Colnago” on Feb. 26, 2005, 12:07 p.m. wrote: He lives off his dad’s legacy siguro. He’s single probably because the last girl he dated got shot while with him. Natakot na ‘yung iba.”

    The incident now appears to haunt Senator Aquino at a time when he is on the turning point of his political career. In the incident, three of Noynoy’s security escorts were reported killed.

    However, People’s Tonight learned that one of the “bodyguards” was a young and beautiful student of an exclusive school for girls: “Charlotte Datiles.”

    Datiles, a student of Miriam College, was reportedly a girlfriend of Noynoy.

    Datiles was never identified by Malacañang or in any police report. Media reports quoting Noynoy said that three of his companions were killed in the attack. Two of them were identified as “Sergeants Alvaro and Santos.” The third fatality, who turned out to be the young Datiles, was never identified by the Palace or by Noynoy.

    Several sources including a relative of the slain student who spoke with the Journal Group on condition of anonymity answered the PinoyExchange website comment when they confirmed that Datiles died while she was with Aquino although she was never mentioned in any report or statement given by the Palace or the male Aquino to the public.

    For unknown reasons, however, the relative has declined to return calls by People’s Tonight over the past several days as well as a request for her picture or even say where is she buried.
  • pachadorpachador Member PExer
    There are several ways to verify this story:

    1.) Check Miriam college if there was a charlotte Datilles enrolled there ,and what year was this?

    2.) interview her classmates or barkada if she had a relationship with noynoy

    3.) why was her death hidden? is there something to be ashamed about ?

    4.) Track down Charlotte's relatives.

    5.) and again, if this is true, why was there a need to "hide" this girl ?

    6.) if all the above are true, then it would make logical sense to interview all of noynoy's past girlfriends and find out what kind of a man is he and why he did not last long with any of them plus any other related past.. The reason we need to know as voters is to find out if he is really as "saintly" or as morally upright as his public relations people portray him to be.


    Pachador, that is a disturbing article.
  • fragileXfragileX palaban pa rin PExer
    shintaro76 wrote: »
    Since NOYNOY gives his vision towards education...samantalahin na natin at minsan lang ito mangyayari...



    "One of the things Noynoy talked about is the country’s state of education, which clearly pales in comparison to those of other countries."


    "Noynoy plans to send some of the students in public schools to private schools because it is more practical than building a classroom that costs about P500,000. His computation showed that if private schools would accept a tuition fee of P8,000 then more than 60 students can be sent to a private school, and no money would go to the pockets of corrupt officials."

    Interesting kung paano mag-isip si NOYNOY...parang simple arithmetic lang yung problema natin sa education...P500,000(building cost)divided by P8,000(tuition fee in private school) will equal 62.5 students to be sent in private schools. Gaganda ba ang state of education by simply letting students to be in private schools? Is it safe to say that he thinks, quality of education in public schools suck compared to private schools? So if Noynoy was indeed right with his projection...mapag-iiwanan yung mga matitira sa public schools...GREAT IDEA BA ITO? It only shows that NOYNOY is incompetent presidentiable...walang patutunguhan ang bansa natin kapag siya ang naging presidente. EDUCATION PA LANG YAN HA!:depressed:

    napakaimposible ang proposal...it will not work.

    swear!! kaya hawag syang mabuhayn sa panaginip.

    mag multivitamins na lang ang lolo nyo plus zinc para tumalas ang pagiisip.

    uulitin ko, napakaimposible
  • fragileXfragileX palaban pa rin PExer
    pachador wrote: »
    There are several ways to verify this story:

    1.) Check Miriam college if there was a charlotte Datilles enrolled there ,and what year was this?

    2.) interview her classmates or barkada if she had a relationship with noynoy

    3.) why was her death hidden? is there something to be ashamed about ?

    4.) Track down Charlotte's relatives.

    5.) and again, if this is true, why was there a need to "hide" this girl ?

    6.) if all the above are true, then it would make logical sense to interview all of noynoy's past girlfriends and find out what kind of a man is he and why he did not last long with any of them plus any other related past.. The reason we need to know as voters is to find out if he is really as "saintly" or as morally upright as his public relations people portray him to be.

    bago lumabas ang story na ito, yong gma galamay ni noynoy ay kumikilos na...

    am sure walang aamin...tikom ang bibig, baka nabayaran.
  • The GodfatherThe Godfather Banned by Admin PExer
    fragileX wrote: »
    napakaimposible ang proposal...it will not work.

    swear!! kaya hawag syang mabuhayn sa panaginip.

    mag multivitamins na lang ang lolo nyo plus zinc para tumalas ang pagiisip.

    uulitin ko, napakaimposible

    Yung ni BF na maging presidente ng Pinas ay yun ang impossible dream. Kaya pwedi ba, pakisabi naman sa baliw na ito na huwag s'ayng mabuhay sa panaginip.

    Repeat after me... it's impossible dream... it's impossible dream....:rotflmao::rotflmao:
  • hubcaphubcap on a roll PExer
    truister wrote: »
    For the poor it might be better to teach the parents to do home school in that way the kids can still help in the family livelihood. Gamitin na lang yung scholarship fund to incentivate the parents and students. Lend the poor families netbooks.

    No need for costly school buildings, which are mostly underutilized. With the automatic promotion being practiced in public schools most of the students finish high school just by being present and not learning much. On the other hand the stricter accreditation process of home schooled students provide better guaranty than those those schooled in the classroom.

    natawa ko dito! :rotflmao:

    ang ginagawa ng mga mahihirap ay naghahanap ng trabaho o kaya todo kayod pano naman nila mabibigyan ng panahon ang pagturo sa mga anak nila???:confused:

    isa pa yung mga magulang mismo ay wala ding edukasyon, pano nila at ano naman ang ituturo nila??? :confused:

    grabe tong post na to!
  • KravenKraven Member PExer
    truister wrote: »
    For the poor it might be better to teach the parents to do home school in that way the kids can still help in the family livelihood. Gamitin na lang yung scholarship fund to incentivate the parents and students. Lend the poor families netbooks.

    No need for costly school buildings, which are mostly underutilized. With the automatic promotion being practiced in public schools most of the students finish high school just by being present and not learning much. On the other hand the stricter accreditation process of home schooled students provide better guaranty than those those schooled in the classroom.

    Lets do that and let our education system go down the drain.

    School buildings underutilized ? Tell that to the 100 public school students being jampacked at a single room in AM and PM Shifts!
  • hubcaphubcap on a roll PExer
    maraming public schools ay kulang ang classrooms - sa ilalim ng mga puno nag kla-klase. parang sardinas na pinag sisiksikan ang mga estudyante, 2 estudyante and naka-upo sa isang silya. yung iba, bring your own chair. yung iba naman iba-ibang grade pinagsasama sa isang silid kaya ang gulo. oo nga may AM-PM shift, minsan nga 3 shift - umpisa sa 6, isa pa sa tanghali tapos sa hapon hanggang panggabi.

    under utilized ba yun?
  • KravenKraven Member PExer
    hubcap wrote: »
    maraming public schools ay kulang ang classrooms - sa ilalim ng mga puno nag kla-klase. parang sardinas na pinag sisiksikan ang mga estudyante, 2 estudyante and naka-upo sa isang silya. yung iba, bring your own chair. yung iba naman iba-ibang grade pinagsasama sa isang silid kaya ang gulo. oo nga may AM-PM shift, minsan nga 3 shift - umpisa sa 6, isa pa sa tanghali tapos sa hapon hanggang panggabi.

    under utilized ba yun?

    Yes and that's the sad reality of some Noynoy supporters. They are blinded by false hope and all the gimmickry.

    Imagine.. you're gonna support an idea NOT to make more school buildings just because suggestion lang ni Noynoy ?

    Kung any other politician ang mag suggest nyan I'm sure they're gonna raise hell on earth! Pero dahil si "savior" Noynoy nga naman ang nag suggest they accepted it line, hook and sinker instantly.

    Wake up people! Think!
  • shintaro76shintaro76 Member PExer
    truister wrote: »
    For the poor it might be better to teach the parents to do home school in that way the kids can still help in the family livelihood. Gamitin na lang yung scholarship fund to incentivate the parents and students. Lend the poor families netbooks.

    No need for costly school buildings, which are mostly underutilized. With the automatic promotion being practiced in public schools most of the students finish high school just by being present and not learning much. On the other hand the stricter accreditation process of home schooled students provide better guaranty than those those schooled in the classroom.

    on two points...

    Kids are not suppose to help in their family's livelihood...that was parents task and obligation.

    Underutilized school buildings?..I don't think so. Kapag may mga kalamidad nga sa ating bansa...PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS are use as EVACUATION CENTERS. OVER-UTILIZED pa nga ika mo..."two birds in one stone". Aside from the fact that PUBLIC SCHOOL buildings are being utilized for our national and local elections.

    NOTE:
    I am waiting for die hard NOYNOY FANS to defend their IDOL'S idea with regards to our country's state of education. ;)

    (Maybe you are refering to underutilized school buildings: instead of using them as classroom for education they were use as evacuation center.)
  • bob_andrewsbob_andrews Member PExer
    i heard na may tingga pa daw sa ulo si noynoy? according to some reports.

    magiging busy mga madre starting next year, malamang lahat ng problema e ikokonsulta nya sa mga madre :lol: siguro 3 days per problem, sa dami ng problema, malamang dun na yun tumira sa kumbernto :lol:
  • bob_andrewsbob_andrews Member PExer
    napansin ko din, halos lahat ng interview or tanong sa kanya parating ganito opening lines nya:

    "sabi ng nanay ko..."
    "sabi ng tatay ko..."
    "tinuruan ako ng nanay ko..."
    etc etc

    :lol:
  • clone19clone19 Busy as a bee PExer
    There is a lack of school buildings that is being addressed by the Arroyo administration, which you FAIL to acknowledge.

    But to STOP building new school buildings because of "fear of corruption" reeks of stupidity.

    any presidentiable who will suggest either to permanently or temporarily stop the construction of schools should be ashamed of himself. jeez. :grrr:
  • uymaruymar Best 'n Swimsuit 1995 PExer
    napansin ko din, halos lahat ng interview or tanong sa kanya parating ganito opening lines nya:

    "sabi ng nanay ko..."
    "sabi ng tatay ko..."
    "tinuruan ako ng nanay ko..."
    etc etc

    :lol:

    ibig sabihin lang nyan wala syang sariling desisyon..hindi nya alam kung ano ang gagawin nya..nakakadependi ang mga desisyon nya sa mga taong nakapalibot sa kanya..lalo na kay Drilon at abad..at saka isabay na rin dyan ang desisyon ni Kris...dito naka salalay ang mga desisyon ni Noynoy sa palagay ko...di ba nakakatakot ito pag nagkataon? kasi doon nagsimula ang mga koruption merong mga anino na nasa likod nya..ibig sabihin B_B_ sya:lol:
  • pachadorpachador Member PExer
    many of our country's problems such as lack of classrooms, high poverty level, lack of houses, lack of land , etc , can be traced to one root cause ---> overpopulation !!!
    you control population growth, and you control these problems.. very simple but hard to control because we are horny :rotflmao:
  • shintaro76shintaro76 Member PExer
    Bakit kaya? I had this feeling na unti-unting mag-seself eviction ang mga NOYNOY fanatics dito dahil unti-unti na rin naglalabasan ang mga WALANG KUWENTANG "platform" ni NOYNOY at may kasama pang "dark secret".


    ROUND 1 na yung EDUCATION...Mataas na ang sikat ng araw, wala pa sila. Ano na naman kayang "GIMMICK" at "SLOGAN" ang naghihintay para sa atin?...isama na yung NEWS ARTICLES na wala ring sense, kasi i-popost dito...AYAW NAMANG IDISCUSS:rolleyes:

    "TABLES ARE TURNED"!!!:D
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