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Rod Nazario's dying wish to Pacquiao: KO Cotto

Even at his death bed, long-time ring promoter Rod Nazario had nothing but boxing in his mind. Nazario made two major wishes to boxing sensation Manny ...Nazario even celebrated his 74th birthday in style last September 12 but was rushed to the hospital after complaining of severe weakness a few days later. Nazario handled Pacquiao from 1995 to 2005, and was the one responsible for giving the Filipino his U.S. break in 2001 when he stunned Lehlo Ledwaba to wrest the International Boxing Federation (IBF) super-bantamweight title. It was also under Nazario’s tutelage when Pacquiao became a legitimate world champion after bagging the World Boxing Council (WBC) flyweight crown in 1998, scored his biggest win with an 11th round technical knockout of Marco Antonio Barrera, and cemented his status as a rising boxing star following that controversial draw with Juan Manuel Marquez in their memorable 2004 title fight in Las Vegas. The two parted ways shortly after Pacquiao lost a unanimous decision against Mexican warrior Eric Morales.

Despite going their separate ways, the two remained close to each other, with Nazario and Co. even traveling to the U.S. last summer to watch Pacquiao demolish Briton Ricky Hatton inside two rounds for the International Boxing Organization (IBO) light-welterweight crown. By that time, Nazario – who also undergone by-pass operation three years ago – had already been undergoing chemo-therapy for his lung cancer.

It was Nazario who brought Pacquiao to the US in 2001 in search of a big fight. Nazario is survived by his wife, Supreme Court Justice Minita Chico-Nazario, and children Roderick, Rommel, and Karen. He also had four children from his first wife, Emenita – Roberto, Raymundo, Dedet, and Myra.


404 Pages First Book of Judge Floro, 2006, Pdf

ISBN 9789716916195 "World-famous Mystic Armand, LUIS and Angel, the Three Dwarves MEET THE JUDGE,Psychic and Healing Martyr or Filipino Justice"

Curse 75 pages decision of Justice Minita Viray Chico-Nazario

On March 12, 2004, when hope was lost for Justice Nazario, only LUIS through Judge Floro, PUBLICLY, CONSTITUTIONALLY and by SPIRITUAL weapon, fought to enthrone MINITA, as God destined her to be the 15th Supreme Court Justice who would be the instrument to clean the corrupt judiciary and to PEN the landmark Decision which should have championed Justice. But she instead buried the truth awaiting its burial in her tomb.The 2 pages which MARKED her destiny is reproduced hereunder as LIVING proof that LUIS did prophesy her ASCENCION to the GOLDEN THRONE as GODDESS OF FAURA. As LUIS said:
She will regret it!

Friday, March 12, 2004 Judge asks SC to let Nazario take oath and fill SC vacancy

By Benjamin B. Pulta

In HK Standard Sept 2006, Judge Floro was published saying he predicted in 2001 that -

'Florentino says he predicted Joseph "Erap" Estrada's presidential downfall and prayed that present incumbent Gloria Macapagal Arroyo would survive her endless political battles. Looking ahead, he reckons Arroyo's power will end soon and the nation will suffer as a result."

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo indeed survived more than 10 scandals and coup d'etat and is still strong now and:

Justice Chico-Nazario (San Miguel, Bulacan) holds the distinction of being the first woman Justice in the Sandiganbayan and its first woman Presiding Justice. Married to businessman Rodolfo Nazario, she and her children Roderick, Rommel, and Karen presently reside at 299 Gov. A.Santos, BF Homes, Sucat, Parañaque, Metro Manila. Nazario's husband Rod, age 74, former Manny Pacquiao manager, passed away on September 24, 2009 after having undergone by-pass operation in 2006 and underwent chemo-therapy for his lung cancer. Pacquiao fought under Nazario from 1995 until 2005. Rod Nazario gave Pacquiao the latter’s big break in the United States in 2001 when he negotiated that “Pacman” fight in the undercard in an Oscar De La Hoya headliner at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. Rod Nazario also had four children from his first wife, Emenita – Roberto, Raymundo, Dedet, and Myra.


  • JeungSungJeungSung Frank McCourt's Apprentice PExer
    yahoo!!!my idol Judge Dwende is here again. Can I ask something, since you have already proven that you are a psychic judge, can you tell us the probability in the near future that Mabuhay-Rex (currently a retard Roter) will no longer resort to lies and deceits to bring his opponents down, if he can't match his enemies' intelligence and wits?
  • tontontonton Let's stop and talk awhile. PExer
    Judge Floro, what can you say about ex-boxer Luisito Espinosa's case against Rod Nazario et al for failure to pay him $130,000 fight purse for his championship fight in 1998??
  • retxedretxed Member PExer
    mukhang malakas pa rin si mayweather, halos paglaruan lang si marquez, I think our idol ( un naman pala eh, may common ground tayo) pacman's troop have to add some more scouting. pero tingin ko yakang yaka ni pacman. he's younger and malaki tiwala sa Diyos.
  • Hi to all of yeah who love to play with life and to enjoy the best in this weird planet amid dire sufferings of unfortunate little Filipinos in this lonely earth. It is sheer wisdom to watch, view and gaze at the sufferings of people, while we enjoy the best cuisines, watching Travel and Living, snorkeling, and of course visiting the ICUs of the best hospitals. I had even jumped with joy, and literally levitated when I had witnessed how the LOVED ones of the SC Justices who signed my PSYCHOSIS dismissal last April 6 2007 suffer - cancer, stroke, spinal nerve surgeries, car accidents, in other words, or tersely, KILLING ME SOFTLY. This Philippine mountain province cuisine is expensive, it is called Pinic-pican, a chicken slowly killed, roasted and mixed with carica or papaya and served with fruits and nuts. Yes, my brother Robert is responsible for their miseries and all these mess, since LUIS only executes my judgment, for as jurist I pen their dire pains with specific ingredients that for sure, made their lives directed to lingering illnesses. If I will not admit to you that I enrolled in my crash course in inflicting sickness and dire pains, I would be a hypocrite, though, a dragon not a fly.

    How can you have peace of mind, if you are thirsty for vengeance? In human psychology and physical psychiatry even obsessed doctors want revenge. It is so natural for the human brain and spirit to devour the other and taste the banquet of victory. This is my lust for vendetta: today, I went to my aide, who got angry to me on August 4, 2006, when I ordered him to stay beside me at the doors of Mr. Rod Nazario and Mrs. Justice Minita Chico-Nazario. LUIS flashed the VIOLET lights that caused his by-pass and lung cancer KILLING ME SOFTLY demerol pain management where I and LUIS put him to slowly but surely quiet sleep to HADES. Today, I JUMPED with JOY in gazing at Rod Nazario's cadaver, giggling while Justice Minita and her 3 children cry, weep and are so angry at me and LUIS. This is my passion for reason: I was ruled as psychotic judge and so be it. This is really a world populated not only by you but all of us whose minds are deranged because of these hypocrisy and corruption of the highest character. Mark my work as LUIS warns: They will REGRET it!

    Philippine storm leaves 106 dead and missing

    (AP) – MANILA, Philippines — Philippine officials say the number of dead and missing from Tropical Storm Ketsana has climbed to at least 106 people. The storm set off the worst flooding in the Philippine capital and nearby provinces in more than 42 years. A total of 59,241 families or 294,555 persons have been affected by the flooding which has submerged major cities in Metro Manila and villages in the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga, Nueva Ecija, Batangas, Laguna, Rizal, Sultan Kudarat, and Camarines Sur. Meanwhile, a total of 9,601 families or 47,261 persons are taking shelter in 101 evacuations sites in affected areas, the NDCC said.

    In fairness to Rod Nazario, and to all others who, like myself, suffered because of him and his wife Justice Minita Nazario, I am quoting these:

    The case of Manny Pacquiao, whom he goaded to superstardom, was another one for the books. He claimed everything happened purely by chance. Here was how Rod Nazario, who passed away at 74 on Thursday, traced Pacquiao’s first big leap towards all-time greatness: “One summer, when I was planning to go to the United States, Manny called me and wondered if he could try his luck out there. I took him along. We first went to San Francisco; we stayed with my son, Boying. Manny tried a nearby gym; he didn’t find it to his liking. We took a bus to LA after two days, and went to my nephew. Next I put him in a boarding house. We next started looking around for a trainer. Wild Card in Hollywood was just a mile away from the boarding house. I’d heard about Freddie Roach, but I didn’t know he was the guy holding the punch mitts inside the ring. When I got a chance, I approached him and told him I have a WBC International titlist. Let him suit up, Roach said. They did the mitts. Once Manny was done, he went to me and said: Boss, OK ’to. You know, it was the first time I heard Manny approve of a trainer, because he always trained by himself back home. He didn’t believe in other trainers before. Manny was already training everyday for almost two months; he had gotten into fighting shape, so I started looking for a fight for him. It was around this time that I met Murad Muhammad, who agreed to put Manny in one of his cards. Anyway, I was already packing up for home when I got a call from Murad. He asked me if we would be willing to substitute for an injured title contender, Hector Velasquez. This chance comes only once in a lifetime. There were only ten days left before the championship. They didn’t know Manny, so he was an awful underdog in that fight against Lehlo Ledwabah.”

    * * *

    Everybody here by now knows how Pacquiao crushed, bloodied and stopped Ledwabah to start his climb to the stars. But, although he would be identified as Pacquiao’s manager, Nazario often stayed in the background. The reluctant starmaker, in fact, had refused to take full credit until the end. Said Mr. Nazario: “I was to leave for Manila that evening, but I got a call from Murad in the morning. I cancelled my trip and signed the contract for Manny. Had I left then, Murad would have gone off and looked for another fighter.” Nazario, who quietly guided Pacquiao through his ups and downs, said there seems an “Unseen Hand guiding Manny all these years.”

    Espinosa naghihintay pa rin sa kanyang premyo
    (Pilipino Star Ngayon) Updated April 09, 2008 12:00 AM

    Makaraan ang 11 taon, hinihintay pa rin ni dating seven-time world featherweight champion Luisito Espinosa ang $150,000 prize money mula sa kanyang panalo noong Disyembre 6 ng 1997 sa Koronadal, South Cotabato.

    Nakatakdang magtungo bukas ang 5-foot-7 na si Espinosa kay Judge Rosario Cruz ng Branch 173 ng Manila Regional Trial Court kasama si Atty. Ramon Maronilla, ibinigay ni Ermita, para pormal na iprisinta ang kagustuhan niyang habulin sina De Pedro, Nazario at Mondeja

    Espinosa left the country in early 1998 after he was not paid for his successful world title defense against Carlos Rios last December 1997 in Koronadal, South Cotabato. Espinosa plans to pursue his case currently pending at the sala of Judge Rosario Cruz of the Manila Regional Trial court Branch 173 involving his unpaid fight purse of $150,000. Respodents of the case are fight promoter Rod Nazario, matchmaker Lito Mondejar and former South Cotabato governor Hilario de Pedro. The agreement states that as promoter, Nazario "guarantees the purse of $150,000 and training expenses of $10,000 for Luisito Espinosa". It was signed by Nazario, Espinosa’s namanger Joe Koizumi and a certain Jose Pring, Jr. representing De Pedro. Part of the documents presented by Espinosa’s lawyer Dennis Manzanal was a Letter of Guarantee signed by De Pedro and Nazario endorsed by then Games and Amusement Board Chairman Dominador Cepeda. When the case was actively heard sometime in 2005, Nazario reiterated his argument that he merely accommodated Koizumi and De Pedro as both of them had no domestic license to promote the fight. Espinosa, 41, won the World Boxing Association (WBA) bantamweight crown in October 1989 by stopping legendary local legend Khaokor Galaxy in a single round in Thailand then annexed the World Boxing Council (WBC) featherweight championship via 12-round decision win over Mexican Manuel Medina December of 1995. Espinosa defended the WBC belt seven times in a span of nearly four years before losing the belt via controversial 12-round decision to another Mexican Cesar Soto in May 1999 in El Paso, Texas. Now working as a stockman in Cosco, the green card-holder Espinosa ended his illustrious career with a record of 47-13 with 26 knockouts.

    Justice Nazario’s husband Rod Nazario steered the boxing career of icon Manny Pacquiao from rags to riches, “from his “Blow by Blow” days to winning the Philippine flyweight championship, grabbing the OPBF flyweight title and all the way to winning the WBC flyweight championship”. The irony of it all is that while the IBF title became Pacquiao’s first step to the limelight of big time boxing, it has also turned out to become the beginning of the end of the Nazario-Pacquiao partnership, with the loss to Morales as a reflection of the sad ending. Pacquiao and Murad entered into an out-of-court settlement that effectively ended the litigation of the $33-million suit which Pacman filed against his estranged promoter (April 28, 2005). It was divulged that Rod Nazario may have conspired with Muhammad in denying Pacquiao the rightful money that the Pacman should’ve received from all his fights in the U.S. Even if Pacquiao didn’t file any case against Nazario, the former stated in the TV interview that he’s doing this out of “utang na loob.”

    In a letter to Nazario (furnished to other Justices), Atty. Romeo Roxas accused her of issuing a ruling for certain considerations, and calling the Supreme Court a “dispenser of injustice”. Roxas said her decision ordering him and one Santiago Pastor to return more than P17 million to Antonio de Zuzuarregui Jr. was wrong and unjust. Roxas told Nazario: to “sleep well if you still can” and that she would be judged by the “Supreme Dispenser of Justice.” Roxas was cited for indirect contempt and fined P30,000.

    Judge Florentino Floro 2009 Bilblical Curse on Judiciary - Judge Florentino Floro: the Moral Farce - St. Paul's "Death comes from Sin, and sin comes from (the Rule of) Law" of Chief Justices Hilario G. Davide, Jr., Artemio Panganiban & Reynato Puno: the laws of vengeance, anger, hypocrisy, bitterness, hatred, greed & lust for wealth, money & power: - Massive Corruption in Philippine Judiciary, per SWS 2006/1995 Surveys - TEN: The Evening News, TV 5, Associated Broadcasting Company, 10:30 - 11:30 p.m., May 19, 2009: Judge Floro & mystic dwarves LUIS, Armand and Angel CURSED the Philippine Judiciary, Justices, putting a STAIN in their bloods up to the 4th generation.

    Philippines Duende Judge Florentino Floro, "Ito ang Batas" (Rule of Law) Rated K, Aug 23, 2009, 7:45 - 7:45 p.m., Prime Time Bida w/ Host Ms. Korina Sanchez. Rated K is an ABS-CBN informative magazine-lifestyle show (NTSC (480i) airing Prime Time Sundays since May 30, 2004 w/ 280 episodes (as of Aug 23, 2009); Rated K - Aug 23 '09, Korina talks about the laws, rules & regulations we impose upon our own lives. Also shown on The Filipino Channel (TFC) [North America, Australia, Middle East, Asia Pacific & Europe] & REPLAYED on ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC at 3pm Wednesday Aug 26 & Saturday 4pm Aug 29 '09). Rated K maintained its lead in the primetime race on Sunday, Aug 16 '09 w/ 30.1% vs Mel & Joey (GMA-7) 17% based on overnight ratings of Taylor Nelson Sofres (TNS) among national households. A 30 seconds commercial in Rated K costs P 475,000 ($ 9,800).

    May 23, 2008; Capitol View, Malolos City, Bulacan, Philippines; Judge Saint Florentino Floro, Filipino Martyr-Artist-Patron Saint of Psychotic-Crab Mentality Justices: the Living CURSE of 68 months July 20 1999 Justice Alfredo L. Benipayo Indefinite Preventive Suspension upon entire Philippine Judiciary, Ateneo Law School Classes '80 to '89, Wikipedia-Wikinews Editors-Administrators, all enemies, detractors, persecutors- nemesis of Canonized Saint Judge Floro (w/ holy angels LUIS, Armand and Angel), A.B., LL.B., J.S.D. (Scientiae Juridicae Doctor), M.D., Bachelor of Medicine, Master of Surgery (ChM, MS, MBBS, BMBS, MBChB), Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), w/ honorary degree of Doctor of Laws (J.D., Juris Doctor, LL.D.), Doctor of Canon Law (Juris Canonici Doctor; J.C.D.); J.U.D. (Juris Utriusque Doctor), U.J.D. (Utriusque Juris Doctor) on Scientology Annihilation Bi-location mystic levitation trance writing prophecy spiritual healing (conferred by Osaka, Japan Dwarf Elementary School), Dean Emeritus of Dwarf Schools, Filipino Martyr, Dwarf Canonized Saint Philippine National Hero & Artist. Judge Floro was conferred by LUIS, the highest Philippines-Japanese Dwarf awards of Orders Sikatuna, of the Golden Kite, of the Sacred Treasure, of the Rising Sun w/ highest US & Japan dwarf Military Medals of Honor & Nobel Peace Prize, as Philanthropist -supreme annihilator of judicial corruption hypocrisy anger bitterness vendetta-Philippine crab mentality.

    Jobless judge in pretend world

    I lost my job as judge, because, Rod Nazario's wife SC Justice Minita Chico-Nazario paid me 3 years backwages but dismissed me for being psychotic, due to dwarf consultation on April 7 2006. Since under the law, I have to retire at age 70, then, because of the Court and Justice Nazario, I lost (1999 less 3 years back wages paid or 2002 to 2023, age 70, I was born 1953 = 21 years x $ 2,000 per month x 12 = & $24,000 per year x 22 years = $ 500,000+

    Now, you, dear members, be the judge!

    At least, my blue robes and dwarf consultation is less evil than this:

    Judge to lawyer: Dress well in court
    Fri Sep 25, 2009

    A federal judge in Brooklyn, New York on Thursday threw out a complaint by a lawyer alleging a constitutional right to wear jeans and a baseball hat in a courtroom. Todd Bank, whose office is in Kew Gardens, New York, showed up in a Queens housing court in March 2008 while wearing a button-down shirt, blue jeans, socks, shoes and a baseball hat that read "Operation Desert Storm." Judge Anne Katz told Bank he was dressed inappropriately, and court clerk Jude Albano told him to take the hat off. Bank sued both, saying his right to free speech and his liberty to dress as he wishes, which he said are guaranteed under the First and Fourteenth Amendments, allowed him to wear the clothing. Not so, said U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis. A courtroom is a "staid environment" where a judge may set reasonable limits on litigants' behavior to enforce "commonly shared mores of courtroom civility," he wrote.

    And this law is better than dismissing elf judges for unseen acts and visible beliefs:

    Poland okays forcible castration for pedophiles
    Fri Sep 25, 2009

    Poland on Friday approved a law making chemical castration mandatory for pedophiles in some cases, sparking criticism from human rights groups. Under the law, sponsored by Poland's center-right government, pedophiles convicted of raping children under the age of 15 years or a close relative would have to undergo chemical therapy on their release from prison.

    Finally, a bit of homily to some of you who are tired and weary:

    Taking the right path or discovering it, is always so difficult. SC Justice Leonardo Quisumbing asked me to read 2 pages of a book (written by an ex-seminarian), about Buddha, Gautam on his meditation - whether he saw the light. The book was written by an ex-seminarian. I discerned and predicted that Buddha never saw the light since only St. Paul, as Saul of Tarsus, first saw it, and he was blinded and converted. Gentiles or even atheists can see the light provided they follow their conscience and lead honest, fair, just and moral lives. While I said that there is no salvation outside the Catholic church, today, we had seen many SINS in our church which turned away many believers or skeptics.

    There is really nothing we can do to change our destiny, even if we can choose our path. I say this, since, I myself, who excelled in almost all ... FAILed as the apostles and martyrs had. Remember the book The prosperous wicked and the persecuted saints. If you choose the easy path, then you fail. Here, 99% of our jurists and court personnel lead dishonest lives and corruption reigns in their hearts. They are savant-idiots, but they FAIL. Why? They failed to choose the narrow and painful path: they steal, they extort and they never help the poorest of the poor. I had chosen to endure my sufferings instead of forthwith getting the fabulous treasure that LUIS had offered or told me to dig last month. If I am plenty or if I am so rich as my 2 brothers, how can I levitate, how can I travel to his Kingdom of Peace? Life is dire suffering, as Our Lady of Lourdes said to St. Bernadette: I do not promise material happiness to you in this life. So, she suffered bone tumor and she never complained amid hatred, persecution and ridicules by her own superiors and the nuns, even after death, until her body was discovered in-corrupt upon exhumation.

    Passion and reason are often not worth in life. There is nothingness in being or existence, there is hole, there are negatives, sickness, accidents and dire pains. There is nothing we can do if we complain. I myself, since I was suspended on July 21, 1999 until today, as jobless judge, never ever prayed to God for reinstatement; I never asked LUIS to give me wealth or the treasure he promised me, I never asked him to reinstate me, even if he promised and promised. It never crossed my mind that LUIS would bestow upon my soul the LIGHTS the violet lights and spectacular other lights that I and only I myself see, plus his Kingdom of Peace, in the 7th plane. If you cannot transcend suffering, if you cannot suffer, then, you will not experience passion, strength and you will FAIL. It is in being so down that you levitate. I had seen the greatest and the most powerful Justices here in the corridors of power, in our Supreme Court, and I lectured to them, since they could and would never ever get from books and streets what I say. And I do speak with wisdom, since I speak as LUIS dictated me.

    Last night, I asked my brother Robert to whom LUIS first appeared in 1983. I repeatedly asked him, why, why and why, of billions of persons in this small planet since it was created, that I, a stupid and bad person, was chosen by him to be his sole instrument. Next, I asked Robert to ask LUIS, why he is the King of kings of elementals in the entire universe, and not his siblings or father and mother.

    Robert told me, that I am blessed and not just lucky, and even before I was born, LUIS had already chosen me. Robert further told me that it is only LUIS who solely possesses this bluish-VIOLET lights, as servant of Mary the Virgin Mother of God, as member of her army. No one in the entire universe has this VIOLET lights. So, I used CAPs to give salute, honor and respect to the King of kings of elementals. One more point. I and LUIS are one, this is a mystery and I cannot explain this to yeah.
  • longkalog71longkalog71 Master HungHang PExer
    muztah na Judge?
  • Prefatory
    In my experience with 140 forums, I found the striking difference: 98% of Filipino members in Filipino members are crab mentality cuisine favorites to be devoured by the 3 mystic dwarves. Why? Why are they different from atheists, agnostics and skeptics of foreign forums that I dealt with? Simple reason, they tan their hides with hypocrisy and they do FEAR the CURSES. They IGNORE my posts not because I talk nonsense, not because I am a nuisance for them, but because, they know that I do annihilate.
    Since Cain killed Abel, the prime reason to survive is to kill due to envy, jealousy, anger, hatred and the ego-recognition MUST ... the rich and famous could never control themselves since they want more. Their lust for wealth and ego-recognition is insatiable. As Anna Patricia del Castillo only daughter of SC Justice Mar de Castillo jumped from the hotel, on June 21, 2008, and when Rod Nazario was KILLING ME SOFTLY or in Ifugao Pinic-pican chicken by the 3 mystic dwarves, and when CAINTA was cursed on 2003 when SC Justice Alicia Austria Martinez unloaded my case to Justice Carpio-Morales, Justice Alicia is now suffering the dreaded Alzeimers ... and many more ... or long and tons of story-telling, ... IN SUM, I jumped 5 times before Mr. Noel Torralba and his wife Analyn 3 days after Rod Nazario died, I jumped 2 times, 3 times and even barked after I had seen the sufferings of the loved ones of those who persecuted me since July 20, 1999.

    Why? I must taste the VICTORY that I had prepared for my 3 mystic dwarves. Vengeance is so sweet, and I rejoice in seeing many Wikipedia and Wikinews editors and administrators direly suffer. their Horrible death? Oh, it is my appetizer.
    Many PEXers are Catholic but they are worst than atheists. I love many atheists because they have conscience. For this reason, I had seen my and many persecuted Filipinos in Jo Ma Sison. He is just one of us, who struggle in the true-to-life world of moro-moro court or farce so to speak proceedings leading to wholesale of court decisions by tiger sharks in the SC Court and in RTC CAs.
    I love to see how my enemies suffer.
    This is one of the reasons for the emergence and victory of Jo Ma Sison. He has very little in law, but he was vindicated.

    Take a look at this:

    Pexers Accusing Oders Of Crab Mentality R Hypocrite Self-righteous Crabs Themselves
    Sunday, August 24, 2008

    In the Philippines: Crab Mentality and Stalking - A Religious Thesis

    Wikipedia, the judge, and the dwarfs
    To begin, let me state for the record that I am not CMA. the casual observer, the mistake may be understandable. After all, some people have nicknames made out of their family names. I am not one of them. If anyone were to do so, I would correct them immediately; this means, obviously, that I wouldn't be one to give myself such a moniker.
  • JeungSung wrote: »
    yahoo!!!my idol Judge Dwende is here again. Can I ask something, since you have already proven that you are a psychic judge, can you tell us the probability in the near future that Mabuhay-Rex (currently a retard Roter) will no longer resort to lies and deceits to bring his opponents down, if he can't match his enemies' intelligence and wits?

    SC Justice Robert Abad and Justice Alfredo L. Benipayo

    October 9


    I received Sept 28 2009 "Withdrawal of Motion" in Supreme Court Administrative Case No. 6282 signed by S.C. Justice Roberto A. Abad, thumb marked by respondent Justice Alfredo L. Benipayo who could not sign due to massive stroke since Feb 21, 2008.



    On February 21, 2001, Benipayo underwent angioplasty surgery 5 days after his appointment as Commission on Elections Chair. My doctor said, "We see a block in one of your arteries. To make sure that it's there, you better undergo an angiogram. It's true enough, not only one, but three of my arteries were severely blocked. Luckily, the operation was very successful. That was on a Friday, my fifth day in office. Sunday, I left the hospital, St. Luke's Medical Center," Benipayo told the Makati Business Club.

    Francis Escudero said he plans to keep within his means. He added: “I’m of the firm belief in Kevin Costner’s words in the Field of Dreams, ‘If you build it, they will come.’"

    Aftermath and unusual circumstances

    "At the same time, a series of unfortunate incidents have befallen the supreme court justices or their families, including serious illnesses and car accidents," the American Bar Association (ABA), an 1878 voluntary bar association of 410,000 members, lawyers and law students, with national headquarters in Chicago, Illinois, with a significant branch office in Washington, D.C., in its Jounal, said. "Floro says the person to blame for the mishaps is one of the elves, 'Luis,' a 'King of kings' who is an avenger. He told the newspaper that the elves help him predict the future, but he has never consulted them when issuing judicial decisions," the ABA added.[77][57]

    In an interview, on August, 2006, by The Standard, Hong Kong's first English and free newspaper, the main local competitor of the South China Morning Post, journalist Sam Chambers met Judge Floro at the famous Hobbit Bar on Mabini St, in Malate, Manila, amid a bottle of Australian shiraz. "One such blogger described Florentino as a Filipino X-Man for his efforts to rid the country's judiciary of corruption. However, Florentino admits to having a darker mission, avenging those who corrupt the legal system. This has led him to be dubbed an angel of death, a description he does not dispute," wrote Chambers of The Standard. "Eight Justices who Florentino has deemed corrupt have all been struck with serious illnesses, three of them dying. He has, he confesses, been psychically "inflicting illnesses" upon his tormentors, even going so far as to ensure one of them gave birth to a child with epilepsy," Chambers added.[51]

    In a special interview, on August, 2007, by The Wall Street Journal, an English-language international daily newspaper published by Dow Jones & Company (acquired by News Corp) in New York City with a worldwide daily circulation of more than 2 million, and with approximately 931,000 paying online subscribers, as of 2007, journalist James Hookway, on September 17, 2007, wrote that "Mr. Floro, 54 years old, has become a media celebrity; he is now wielding his new clout to campaign for the return of his job -- and exact vengeance on the Supreme Court of the Philippines."[22]

    Mr. Hookway explained that Judge Floro become a regular on Philippine television. "They say your show will be taken off the air if you don't feature me more often, Mr. Floro's told one interviewer; even so, a series of dire incidents appear to have the nation's top jurists rattled; according to local newspaper reports, a mysterious fire destroyed the high court's crest in its session hall on January 16, 2007, and a number of members of the court and their close family members have developed serious illnesses or have fallen victim to car accidents," Mr. Hookway added.[22][78][57]

    Five mystic court fires

    "The fire gutted the en banc session hall, with the flames reaching the ceiling and perimeter wall. It started when we were having a meeting. The smoke came from one of the conference rooms. Thick smoke billowed out of the third floor of the main building,” said Chief Justice Reynato Puno.[79] On July 22, 2000, one year and two days after Judge Floro was suspended, the Catmon, Malabon City Halls of Justice was burned, destroying 5 million pesos worth of court properties. The one hour dawn fire reached 5th alarm and fully destroyed the Fiscal's and Clerk of Court's Offices, the court salas, offices of Judges, canteen and stockroom, except Judge Floro's.[80]

    According to Mr. Hookway, enough bizarre events came to pass that in July, 2007 the Supreme Court issued an en banc resolution warning Judge Floro to stop in his threats of "ungodly reprisal." Judge Floro told Mr. Hookway that he is not suffering from psychosis, and that he's not to blame for the dire disasters. "He points the finger squarely at 'king of kings' elf Luis, who Mr. Floro says is bent on cleaning up what he says is the Philippines' corrupt legal system, and who had taken vengeance. During the court hearing, Mr. Floro revealed that Luis predicted that then-Philippine President Joseph Estrada would be ousted from office; Mr. Estrada was forced from power by a popular revolt two years later in 2001 and was sentenced last week to life in prison for corruption," Mr. Hookway elaborated.[22][77][57]

    The second fire also halved the Commission on Elections's seal on March 12, 2007, while the third fire almost obliterated the entire fourth floor of the Philippine Court of Appeals on July 26, 2007. The fourth mystic fire burned the Muntinlupa City halls and Metropolitan Trial Court on August 4, 2007.[81][82][83]
    Unexplained series of car accidents, illnesses, surgeries and deaths of Philippines jurists and lawyers

    Just five days after the Supreme Court of the Philippines released on March 31, 2006[6], the decision in these consolidated cases, unexplained series of car accidents, illnesses, surgeries and deaths had befallen upon Philippines jurists and lawyers.[22]

    On April 12, 2006 and April 25, 2007, Luzvimanda D. Puno and Narcisa Puno, wife and mother, respectively of Chief Justice Reynato Puno passed away. On July 17, 2006 and November 16, 2008, Hilario Davide, Sr. and Edon Brion, the parents of Chief Justice Hilario Davide, Jr. and Supreme Court Associate Justice Arturo D. Brion, respectively, also died.[84][85][86][87] Chief Justice Hilario Davide, Jr.'s brothers, the eldest, Jose Davide, a lawyer-engineer, and Jorge Davide, a doctor in soil, died in 2004 and 2002, respectively.[88][89]

    Lirio B. Bautista, wife of former Judical and Bar Council Member, retired Sandiganbayan Justice Raoul Villaflor Victorino, passed away on August 5, 2006, at Medical City, 6 days before the Supreme Court released on August 11, the resolution dismissing the appeal of Judge Floro.[90][91][50]

    "Alfredo Benipayo had chronic cough that bothered him for years. At first the best doctors thought the trouble was with his lungs. They found out later that it was his heart. He was suffering from CAD (coronary artery disease). His heart was clogged," wrote Fr. Rolando de La Rosa, O.P., UST in the Manila Bulletin. On February 21, 2001, Benipayo underwent angioplasty surgery 5 days after his appointment as Commission on Elections Chair.[92] My doctor said, "We see a block in one of your arteries. To make sure that it's there, you better undergo an angiogram. It's true enough, not only one, but three of my arteries were severely blocked. Luckily, the operation was very successful. That was on a Friday, my fifth day in office. Sunday, I left the hospital, St. Luke's Medical Center," Benipayo told the Makati Business Club.[93][94][95]

    It was Justice Benipayo who signed the Memorandum of Suspension of Judge Floro on July 13, 1999.[4] On February 22, 2008, 3 p.m., Alfredo Benipayo (Dean of the faculty of civil law at the University of Santo Tomas) was hospitalized in Iloilo City's Saint Paul's Hospital. At the middle of his lecture before the Integrated Bar of the Philippines Iloilo Chapter in a hotel, he collapsed.[96]

    On the evening of January 26, 2007, Judge Floro's expert witness, parapsychologist Jaime Licauco almost died, having had a near-fatal heart attack (Myocardial infarction). he was rushed to the Makati Medical Center and finally transferred to the Philippine Chinese General Hospital. Licauco’s cardiologist, Dr. Dy Bun Yok found (angiogram) that 70% of one of his arteries is blocked. Licauco stayed in the coronary care unit for 4 days, and thereafter, he underwent an angioplasty. After 2 days, Licauco left the hospital (after almost 2 weeks stay thereat). "My new cardiologist, Dr. Dy Bun Yok found one of my arteries was 70 percent blocked," Licauco wrote in the Philippine Daily Inquirer.[97]

    On February, 2007, the judiciary mourned the twin deaths of retired S.C. Justice Vicente Ericta and C.A. Justice Roberto Barrios.[98]S.C. Justice Antonio Martinez died of kidney failure on March 17, 2007.[99]

    On March 9, 2007, the neighbor of Judge Floro, Judge Rosa Reyes, Br. 74, RTC, Malabon died after 2 years battle with lung cancer.[100] Associate Justice Bienvenido L. Reyes, who served as RTC Judge, in Br. 74, Malabon City, the neighbor of Judge Floro and precedessor of deceased Judge Rosa Reyes, suffered a heart attack (seizure) on August 8, 2009 and stayed in the intensive care unit of the Capitol Medical Center, Quezon City for "valvular heart disease, secondary to rheumatic heart disease; mitral regurgitation; and aortic valve stenosis (AS)." Reyes's physician, Dr. Francisco Lukban said.[101]

    Department of Justice Secretary Raul M. Gonzalez suffered from acute renal failure and in September 2007 he received a successful kidney transplant.[102]

    Judge Floro's counsel of record in these cases, Rene Saguisag suffered a dire car accident on November 8, 2007, in Makati City. A speeding dump truck struck Saguisag's van, killing his wife Dulce Saguisag, a former Secretary of the Department of Social Welfare and Development. Saguisag was in critical condition and stayed for 20 days in the ICU of St. Luke's Hospital. He had seven broken ribs and small blood clots in his brain.[103] Makati City Mayor Jejomar Binay on April 21, 2008 asked the public to pray for Saguisag who was still recovering. "Hanggang ngayon e talagang hindi niya makalimutan yung nangyaring aksidente sa kanya (Until now, he cannot forget the accident)," Binay said.[104]

    Guihulngan, Negros Oriental Regional Trial Court Judge Mario Trinidad, was the 16th Filipino judge murdered, since 1999, (when Judge Floro was suspended), the Monsters and Critics reported. The Manila Times and Counsels for the Defense of Liberties (CODAL), Philippines, a lawyers’ organization stated, in their special reports, that since 2001, 26 lawyers were killed due to their professions; 755 civilians had been killed extrajudicially, while 359 survived attacks, but 184 persons were still missing.[105][106][107]

    Since the Supreme Court was created by law in 1901, no Supreme Court magistrate ever retired before the aged of compulsory retirement. But Justice Ma. Alicia Austria-Martinez, had to hand her robes due to health reasons. “We were told she had health problems even when she was in the CA,” a JBC member confirmed Austria-Martinez opted for early retirement on April 4, 2009 because of health reasons. "I am saddened that Justice Ma. Alicia Austria-Martinez has opted to retire early from the Supreme Court due to 'health reasons.' She is not bedridden. Neither is she physically or mentally incapacitated, but she has chosen to retire on April 30, 2009 because she felt she could no longer cope with the heavy caseload," retired Chief Justice of the Philippines Artemio Panganiban wrote in his column in the Philippine Daily Inquirer.[108][109]

    Former Sandiganbayan Presiding Justice Francis E. Garchitorena, the predecessor of the ponente of these cases, Justice Minita Chico-Nazario, died of brain tumor on February 25, 2005, at the Makati Medical Center.[110]

    To Filipinos, who are superstitious and believe in magical creatures - some invisible, some half-human, half- animal - which are all said to inhabit the Philippine countryside. Dwarves or duende are elf-like beings, something like tiny magical goblins who dwell in the forests. According to Philippine mythology and folklore, there are two types: the black ones, who are evil and can harm, and the red ones, who are good and can heal. In Mindoro, the Mangyan tribe claim to barter with the few remaining duende for forest products. Then there are the nocturnal Agta, tall black men who also hang out in the forests; the Batibat, found in Ilocos, look like fat women who live inside posts, and suffocate people by sitting on top of them; the bovine-like Mantahungal have fearsome teeth; the Pugot are self-beheading multi-formed creatures, and the Tikbalang are centaurs in reverse.[111]

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  • AdamanttivmAdamanttivm Banned by Admin PExer
    Old Testament | Proverbs 26:2:
    As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse cause less shall not come.
  • edmendozaedmendoza Boxing Enthusiast PExer
    muztah na Judge?

    Naks! :lol:
  • 13 August 2009
    +Justice Edgardo Sundiam
    died of lingering illnesses, on February 1, 2008, a year after he denied Judge Floro’s Writ of Amparo Petition. Fraternal Order of Utopia, Court of Appeals Justice Edgardo Sundiam '68 died on 1 Febrauary 2009, he succumbed to dialysis, while cursed Ateneo Law School Class 1982, Christopher L. Lim Utopia Batch 1978, passed away 13 August 2009 (Capilla dela Virgen, Santuario de San Antonio, Forbes Park, Makati City).
    Tuesday, February 03, 2009
    CA mourns death of peer
    THE Court of Appeals will have a sad day when it celebrates its 73rd Anniversary owing to the sudden death of one of their most respected magistrates, Justice Edgardo Sundiam, due to lingering illness. Sundiam, 61, is survived by his wife Lourdes Cabrera and their two daughters, Samantha Marie and Danica Isabelle. Sundiam, chairman of 16th Division of the appellate court at the time of his death, earned the respect of his peers because of his untarnished integrity, probity and independence.
    He was born on February 28, 1947 in Guagua, Pampanga, to spouses Carlos.

    Mar del Castillo-Roberto Abad: quintuple heart bypass/twin CURSED Ateneo SUICIDES

    Judge Floro met QC RTC Judge Mar del Castillo when I was newly appointed RTC Judge of Malabon at the PJA convention 1999. When he cursed the Ateneo Law School Class 1982 in 2002 and later Classes 1980 to 1989, 2008, several deaths and accidents transpired, for skeptics, they are part of the world's routine.
    Last November, Floro beg mercy from his counsel of record Atty. Gregorio M. Batiller, Jr. for a personal audience with CA Justice Mar, but after 20 phone calls, he was denied. Floro always repeated that instead of asking for prayers, he decided to endure his sufferings as jobless judge in pretend world of Philippine crab mentality amid the CURSE of LUIS, Armand and Angel.
    Here is the story of SANITY and lust for fame, excellence, wealth, power and of course HYPOCRISY.

    September 7, 2009
    President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo on Friday appointed University of Santo Tomas law dean Roberto A. Abad as associate justice of the Supreme Court. Abad is the 165th magistrate to be appointed to the high court.
    The short list also included Court of Appeals Justice Mariano C. Del Castillo, who was appointed to the high court on Thursday. The appointment of Del Castillo and Abad came amid a controversy over a perceived attempt by the Palace to sneak in more nominees even though the JBC had already submitted its short list.

    Del Castillo, Mariano C., A.B., LL.B.
    Justice del Castillo obtained his basic education from the Ateneo de Manila, graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Arts, Major in Political Science (Second Honors) from the San Beda College in 1971, and in 1976, graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University College of Law with a degree of Bachelor of Laws. He passed the Bar Examination in the same year.
    He joined the Judiciary in 1989 as Municipal Trial Court Judge of San Mateo, Rizal, was promoted to Regional Trial Court Judge of Angeles City in 1992, and in 1995, was named Regional Trial Court Judge of Quezon City where he was appointed First Vice-Executive Judge until his appointment as Court Of Appeals Justice in August 2001.

    He has held various positions in religious, civic, community, and non-governmental organizations. He was also active in the Philippine Judges Association where he became Director, Vice-President for Administration, Senior Vice-President and Executive Vice-President prior to his promotion to the Court Of Appeals. At present he teaches Practice Court II to senior students at the Ateneo Law School and lectures at MCLE and PhilJA Seminars. He is also a member of the PhilJA Corps of Professors, Ethics Department. On November 17 2005, he was chosen as the best performing Court of Appeals Justice for the year 2004 by the Rotary Club of Manila and was conferred the Justice George A. Malcolm Award (First Place). At present, he is the Chairman of the Seventeenth Division of the Court of Appeals and the Editor-in-Chief of the Court of Appeals Journal.

    Born to the late Demetrio del Castillo of Mandaue City, Cebu and the late Felicidad Cairo of Cebu City, he is married to Former Ateneo Law Dean, Atty. Cynthia Roxas-del Castillo, a partner of the law firm: Romulo Mabanta Buenaventura Sayoc & de los Angeles. They are blessed with two children: Anna Patricia, who graduated from her law course at the Ateneo Law School and is now preparing for the Bar exams, and Xavier Paolo, a second year law student, at the Ateneo de Manila College of Law. He resides at No. 27, Saturn St., Bel Air II, Makati City.

    Accidental lawyer finds true path to her soul
    By Anna Patricia R. del Castillo

    Philippine Daily Inquirer 09/07/2008

    Anna Patricia R Del Castillo, a bar two timer (that means she took the exams twice). ...

    (The author took the bar exams for the second time in September 2007. She wrote this article right after she took her oath last April. But the Inquirer timed its publication for the bar exams taken during the four Sundays in September (the first one starts today). We are running the article with the 2008 bar examinees in mind and in memory of the lawyer who excitedly found the road less taken. Atty. Del Castillo died on June 21.)

    MANILA, Philippines—In the Philippines, when you say you’re a lawyer, people react in different ways. You sometimes get respect or deference, sometimes a bit of awe. There are of course those who treat you with suspicion, or even hate. Remember that most popular of all Shakespearean quotations? “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.” (Henry VI, Part II, Act IV) Armed with the required degrees and other eligibility requirements, you then embark on an unimaginable number of hours of reading and preparing for the test itself. If you are not dedicated to the law, or at least interested in it, passing the bar might be one big and difficult hurdle.
    That is what happened to me. I studied law with apathy and nonchalance. In college, I acted as if it was not the beginning of my real “life” as an adult, or that it would spell out my future. Of course, I know better now. But in those days, I was just into partying, partying and partying. The only reason I took up law was because both my parents are lawyers. I took up political science in college as a pre-law course. I had a little interest in the law in the beginning, but the path towards fulfilling my dreams through being a lawyer was not that clear. In hindsight, I see now that to go into law, you need a well-defined, clear-cut desire to do so. You have to want it passionately. Eight years ago there weren’t any interactive websites where you could research and choose your course from any educational institution. As I found out, there isn’t enough time and there aren’t enough resources in the world to help you find that perfect course. After college, I took up law in one of the finest law schools there is, the one where my parents also obtained their law degrees.

    A born crammer
    My basic attitude didn’t really change that much in law school. I went out a lot hanging out with friends on so-called “gimmicks.” But of course, I had to work hard, working myself to death during exam time. I also had to put it together, just enough to make it through the “roasts” (or those “massacre recitations”).

    Allergic to failure
    However, I couldn’t resist a second try at the bar exams. First of all, I had all this knowledge and facts swimming around my head from taking the bar exams. Second, I knew that being allowed to take the bar again would be some sort of blessing. I already had the advantage over the others since I would have studied twice, thrice, or even four or five times more than those taking it for the first time. Third and most important of all, I was “allergic” to failure, and I knew I had to redeem myself by passing the second time around. So I took the bar again.
    One with my soul

    Everyone says later that it was meant to happen. But do I really believe that? It does mean that I had a lot more to learn before getting to where I am now. All the reasons and the confluence of events, all the whys and wherefores of Robert Frost’s road less taken would eventually reveal itself in time. I do realize now that being a lawyer creates a peculiar and unique sense of power and responsibility that I wouldn’t have had in any other career. It’s really the beginning of a new life. Now that I’m a lawyer, I want to express a very special thanks to my parents. I also want to thank everyone who helped me along the way. I could never imagine I would be so excited to embark on this new voyage, to begin my life again and change the world.

    July 1 2008
    Ateneo grieves two suicides in two weeks

    By Joel M. Sy Egco

    TWO students from Ateneo de Manila University—one from its main campus in Quezon City and another from its law school in Makati—were reported to have committed suicide a week apart.

    The latest fatality, 24-year-old Chinese-Filipino student Jose Lorenzo Tan, was found dead yesterday inside a faculty office of Ateneo’s Katipunan campus, where the victim attended masteral courses in philosophy and worked as a teaching assistant.

    Tan’s death came in the wake of the June 21 suicide of a recent Ateneo law graduate, Anna Patricia del Castillo, a daughter of former Ateneo law dean Cynthia Roxas-del Castillo and Court of Appeals Justice Mariano del Castillo, who jumped from a hotel building.

    Justice Mar del Castillo also asserted that his independence as a magistrate would not be clouded by his appointment, even as he admitted that he had sought help from Arroyo when he had undergone a quintuple heart bypass operation in July 2006. He said the following year, when he and Arroyo had a chance meeting at St. Luke’s Hospital where First Gentleman Mike Arroyo was then undergoing operation himself, the President had wanted to find out how healthy he was and she volunteered her husband’s physician. “But that was it. There was no procedure the doctor did on me because he found me to be okay... You cannot readily cut the umbilical cord connecting you to Malacañang, but you just have to be independent,” he said. In May 2007, the broadsheet newspaper Philippine Star published del Castillo's letter, wherein he thanked President Arroyo for helping him get the services of Dr. Alex Yap, following his (del Castillo's) heart bypass operation. Yap had served as a cardiovascular surgeon of First Gentleman Jose Miguel “Mike” Arroyo. He acquired his law degree from Ateneo de Manila University in 1976 and passed the bar exams in the same year with a grade of 77%. “I was not really that close to her. I’ve been more than 20 years in the judiciary, and my record will bear me out that I’ve always discharged the mandate of my office and the only pressure that I would succumb to is the pressure of the dictates of my conscience. I think that is the mandate of every jurist; to dispense justice, not to dispense with justice, in the best light that God has given us,” added del Castillo.
    April 30, 200

    Resignation of Cainta, Rizal, SC Justice Alicia Austria Martinez, 3rd Ponente of Judge Floro's dwarf case, due to health reason
    s (the dreaded Alzeimer's Disease): First in Supreme Court History

    Judge Floro cursed Cainta and Rizal, Metro Manila

    On September, 2008, Austria-Martinez, citing health reasons, filed a letter to the Supreme Court of the Philippines thru Reynato Puno, tendering her resignation effective April 30, 2009, or 15 months before her compulsory retirement on December 19, 2010. In the October 1 Judicial and Bar Council's en banc deliberations, Reynato Puno ruled: “The court merely noted it. We don’t have to approve it... it is her right.”During the JBC hearing, a JBC member said "Austria-Martinez had wanted to retire earlier because of health reasons. We were told she had health problems even when she was in the CA.” Retired Chief Justice of the Philippines Artemio Panganiban stated: "I am saddened that Justice Ma. Alicia Austria-Martinez has opted to retire early from the Supreme Court due to 'health reasons.' She is not bedridden. Neither is she physically or mentally incapacitated, but she has chosen to retire on April 30, 2009 because she felt she could no longer cope with the heavy caseload." The 1987 Constitution of the Philippines provides that: "Section 11, Article VIII. The Members of the Supreme Court xxx shall hold office during good behavior until they reach the age of seventy years or become incapacitated to discharge the duties of their office."

    Typhoon Ketsana (International designation: 0916, JTWC designation: 17W, PAGASA name: Ondoy) formed early on September 23 2009, about 860 km (535 mi) to the northwest of Palau.
    Typhoon Parma (International designation: 0917; JTWC Designation: 19W; PAGASA designation: Pepeng) was the second typhoon to affect the Philippines within the span of a week during September 2009.

    Pepeng death toll now at 419, surpasses Ondoy’s
    October 16, 2009
    The death toll from typhoon "Pepeng" (Parma) has surpassed that of tropical storm "Ondoy" (Ketsana), according to figures from the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) Friday. In its 6 a.m. report, the NDCC said Pepeng’s death toll was at 419, mostly buried by landslides in Baguio City and the provinces of Benguet and Mt. Province. Ondoy’s death toll has been placed at 341, mostly from floods. NDCC said Pepeng killed at least 333 in Cordillera region - 288 in Benguet alone - and 71 in Ilocos, 10 in Central Luzon, and four in Bicol.Most of the deaths in Cordillera were due to landslides while the rest in other regions were due to drowning, it added. At least 51 were still missing while 184 were reported injured. Pepeng, which made landfall thrice in northern Luzon starting Oct. 3, affected at least 662,274 families or 3,106,978 people in 4,585villages in 361 towns and 35 cities and 27 provinces. Of these, 15,629 families or 74,868 people are still staying in 168 evacuation centers. Some 4,040 houses were destroyed while 34,843 were damaged. Damage to property was estimated at P10.437 billion, including P3.402 billion in infrastructure and P7.032 billion in agriculture. -The town of Cainta suffered losses of up to P100 million, particularly in infrastructure, after Tropical Storm “Ondoy” ... Cainta Mayor Mon Ilagan told ANC's On the Scene on Thursday that he expects rehabilitation to take 6 months to 1 year. "We would need P300 million in order ...

  • redhakawredhakaw hated the job PExer

    are there guidelines to execute a proper curse?
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  • redhakaw wrote: »

    are there guidelines to execute a proper curse?

    My maid Belen who just reached 1st year college, is more erudite since my mother Milagros Floro finished Grade VI.

    My father finished college at Jose Rizal commerce, but he made small in jewelry and he preserved out lots.

    Belen told me that Karma is true.

    She is more erudite than Buddha.

    Believe me.

    Karma is mathematically precise, more accurate than Einstein's E=mc2

    Curse is valid only if it is biblical. There are lots of them, but never never dare to use these unless you are guided by angels.

    Psalms 109 and 73 etc are the most frightening ....

    Vengeance is mine sayeth the Lord of Hosts. So, be it.

    There is no justice in this world.

    For me, the best lines of wisdom is:

    Mary told St. Bernadette that she does not promise her happiness on this earth, she died of bone tumor.

    She never complained and asked for more.

    Last night Fr. Bing Arellano of EWTN (he is the most holy and erudite) explained the life of St. Veronica who is quintessential saint of sufferings.

    Mother Theresa said that Jesus lost his friends because he is fond of kissing them, kissing is putting sufferings upon his chosen few.

    As gifted I never ever gained a single cent from my positive prophecies, but I made all of them my enemies.

    The prerequisite of a valid curse is forgiveness, written pardon.

    Long long before my enemies persecuted me and after, I pardoned them all on Feb 10 2006 in the Court pleading granted by the Court.

    So, on Nov 3-5 2006 I cursed them guided by LUIS, and on Nov 5 07, I cursed them again the 2nd time, especially Rene AV Saguisag before Fr. Constancio S. Gan at 6 pm Adamson Univ. Nov 5 07 my birthday.

    Do not imitate me, since, you are not shielded and you have no mission or mandate to clean the judiciary.

    Endure your sufferings, offer them for the reparation of the sins vs the Sacred Heart, Eucharist, and Mary.


    Do not waste your sufferings, this is the essence of the CURSE.

    Most curses are from the devil they are deceitful.


    Peace of Christ.
  • redhakawredhakaw hated the job PExer
    ^I don't understand,

    you have already forgiven your persecutor and yet you still cursed them?

    Why would I utter curses to people I am in good terms with?
  • AdamanttivmAdamanttivm Banned by Admin PExer
    ^^^ Because a curse, once pronounced, can not be gotten back, even when the circumstances leading to the curse is already normalised.

    The curse will surely come, and the remedy is only for the cursed to do every thing he can to mitigate and coming and effects of the particular curse on him or her.
  • AdamanttivmAdamanttivm Banned by Admin PExer
    That is why we are urged by the Lord Jesus Christ to never curse any one, even when that some one done us harm or evil, or even if that one is evil.

    What He urges us to do is to rather pray for them, and bless them, and not to curse them.
  • FenixFenix Member PExer
    Masama bang sumpain ang kaibigang kong inggitero na sana yumaman sya ng labis-labis para hindi na sya maging inggitero habambuhay?
  • Note - The following are the Curses in the Bible:

    The first curse in the Bible is put on the serpent by God, "You are cursed more than all cattle", (Genesis 3:14). As a result of Adam and Eve disobeying God, the ground is also cursed: "Cursed is the ground for your sake; in toil you shall eat of it All the days of your life." (3:17). Cain is cursed from the earth, "So now you are cursed from the earth", (4:11). (See also: Curse and mark of Cain.)

    In the New Testament Paul sees curses as central to the meaning of Jesus's crucifixion. In Galatians 3:13 he says: "Christ redeems us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us...". He refers to Deuteronomy: " anyone who is hung on a tree is under God's curse." (21:23 RAEDM)

    Some passages in the Tanakh treat curses as being effective techniques; they see a curse as an objective reality with real power. However, most sections of the Bible conceive a curse to be merely a wish, to be fulfilled by God only when just and deserved.

    According to the Book of Proverbs, an undeserved curse has no effect (Proverbs 26:2), but may fall back upon the head of him who utters it (Genesis 12:3; Sirach 21:27), or may be turned by God into a blessing, as in the case of Balaam (Deuteronomy 23:5).

    The declaration of punishments (Gen. 3:14, 17; 4:11), the utterance of threats (Jeremiah 11:3, 17:5; Malachi i. 14), and the proclamation of laws (Deut. 11:26-28, 27:15 et seq.) received added solemnity and force when conditioned by a curse.

    In the Bible, cursing is generally characteristic of the godless (Ps. 10:7), but may serve as a weapon in the mouth of the wronged, the oppressed, and those who are zealous for God and righteousness (Judges 9:57; Prov. 11:26, 30:10).

    A righteous curse, especially when uttered by persons in authority, was believed to be unfailing in its effect (Gen. 9:25, 27:12; II Kings 2:24; Ecclus. Sirach 3:11). One who had received exemplary punishment at the hands of God was frequently held up, in cursing, as a terrifying object-lesson (Jer. 23: 22), and such a person was said to be, or to have become, a curse (II Kings 22:19; Jer. 24:9, 25: 18; Zechariah 8:13). An elaborate trial by ordeal for a woman suspected by her husband of adultery is set forth in Numbers 5:11-30; this involved drinking a "bitter water that brings a curse"; if the woman were guilty, she would suffer miscarriage and infertility.

    It is especially forbidden to curse God (Exodus 22:28), parents (Ex. 21:17; Leviticus 20:9; Prov. 20:20, 30: 11), the authorities (Ex. 22:28; Eccl. 10:20), and the helpless deaf (Lev. 19:14).

    Kapag mali o masama ang hangarin natin, babalik sa atin ang sumpa.

    My only Imprecation is against corrupt judicial and gov't officers.

    I cannot curse those who do evil that has no relation to me. That is the work of paid Spirit questors or witches called nicely as wiccans.

    Here in Angat Bulacan, 80% of those residents patients I healed on Feb 2001 were possessed by 3 witches

    using oraciones pakain by airborne Tuesdays Wed and Fridays.

    So I was given the gift of exorcism.

    There are lots you must learn.

    Even all priests there were scared to exorcise due to damn consequences of devil hurting these priests.

    So they were amazed why I did heal them.

    I told them that these demons and witches cannot come near to me since LUIS' VIOLET lights would crush them.

    since LUIS is a slave or servant and member of Mary's Army.

    I saw on EWTN and TV that a mere mention of the name of Mary before death, scared the devil.

    Pax Christi!
  • longkalog71longkalog71 Master HungHang PExer
    Judge floro, puede paki curse si Morpheus sa pacland? ahihi pinahiram ko username sa kanya pero hindi na niya ibinalik...binago niya password simula ng na ban yung username nya..paki na lang Judge...inapi ako...future idol...edmendoza...pakipagalitan nga si morpheus sa pacland...ninakaw niya si 'Question'...ahuhu..pano na yan sa linggo ng gabi pagkatapos ng payt ni pacman....ahuhu...hanggang basa na lang muna ako sa forum...ahuhu
  • longkalog71longkalog71 Master HungHang PExer
    edmendoza wrote: »
    Naks! :lol:
    :lol:kunyari astig hehehe.

    idol ed...puede mo bang pangaralan si morpheus sa pacland? ninakaw niya usernamae ko e. hiniram tapos hindi na binalik.binago password. bading talaga yung ADHD na yun. siya na ngayon si "question.':mecry:

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