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Monday, November 14, 2016

FB Scoop: Lea Salonga Shows Courage Amidst Facing a Racist America


Images courtesy of Facebook: Lea Salonga

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  1. She's not alone with the same thoughts. Amy Tan, the author, is afraid too because of her lineage. However, the Americans have themselves to blame if they feel the wrong person won because the turn out for this election is about half of qualified voters. This 4years will be really interesting as the president-elect plans to juggle both his business and his presidency.

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    1. Historically, Lea has shown the chip on her shoulder when she posted a rant on social media about being discriminated against in Broadway. It was for a role in the production of My Fair Lady, in which she was angered that she was not even "invited" to audition for the role of Eliza Doolittle. So, what does this tell us? That America did not become racist overnight after 11/08/16, but it has been for a long time. And that Lea has a diva attitude and a false sense of entitlement to think gay she would be "invited" for auditions for a lead role in Broadway.

      Lea's public display of disapproval of the US Presidential election results by way of this post, is nothing but an attempt to instill fear and anger in the hearts of the hardworking Filipino-Americans against the country where we now live and work and are building a future for ourselves and our children. It is very biased and self-serving. If she wants to lament the plight of the Illegal Immigrants in America, then she should just say it outright and not use those of us, who work and live here peacefully.

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    2. * Correction: "And that Lea has a diva attitude and a false sense of entitlement to think THAT she would be 'invited' for auditions for a lead role in Broadway."

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    3. Well said 2:09 Lea is a sheeple and refusing to wake DJT will not do harm in this country. The hate is coming from the other side. The silent majority had spoken.

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    4. Gumagaya kay Alan Sorkin. Feeling kasing significant siya ni Alan Sorkin sa American show business.

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    5. Kung maka kuda tong si TITA LEA, kala mo sobrang sikat sa Tate. Puro mga Pinoy rin ang nanonood sa mga concerts mo diyan no. Well, guess what? Binoto nila si Trump. Okey? Ang arte mo. LOL

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    6. Diva attitude ka dyan. Totoo naman sinabi ni Lea. There's always discrimination pero mas nagiging grabe kasi mas malakas na loob ng mga racist. Kakampi na nila president elect.

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    7. May diva attitude naman yan kahit dito sa Pilipinas. Obviously, pati pala sa States. God given daw. Hehehehe!!!

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    8. True 2:09. Lea's hypocrisy is unbelievable. I remember when Miss Saigon was coming to Broadway from the West End, the Actors' Equity opposed her being the lead because they wanted to have equal rights for their members to audition for the lead part of Kim. But Lea was protected and no Caucasian nor African-American nor Asian-American actors were allowed to audition for the part of Kim. That was a racist move, if I ever saw one. But according to Lea in that post, she is scared of being racially discriminated against because of the election outcome. Bandwagoner is what she is. Alam na.

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    9. Ms. Lea, it's all in your head. A lot of Filipino Americans voted for DJT and you can't take that rights away from them. Did you vote at all, if not, then your thoughts and political views are irrelevant. If you want your voice be heard, then become a citizen first, otherwise keep your misplace views to yourself.

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    10. Aling Lea, tingnan mo si RAG, thriving ang career sa NYC. Merits kasi ang basehan doon. Maayos ang work papers niya para makapag trabaho doon. AT TAKE NOTE: ANG SOCMED ACCTS WALANG BAHID NG FEAR MONGERING AT NEGATIVITY. Puro good vibes. Iba talaga kapag doon mismo nakatira kaysa sa mga katulad ni Aling Lea na nakiki-sakay Lang sa Hollywood Hype para masabing relevant siya sa US entertainment industry. #sawsawpamore

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    11. Kuda ni tita Lea, dahilan lng newly elected Pres and discrimation ang totoo bitter ka you cant get a decent acting job in the US sa daming competition b/c you are not good enough in American standard.Wag feeling entitled.

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  2. God bless America and the rest of the world.

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  3. Shut up, Auntie Leah! Ikaw nga mapag mata sa Pinoy fans mo sa America. Ironic, huh?

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    1. You shut up !!!

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    2. Shut up ka din 1:57!!!!

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    3. I just wonder sa America lang ba at sa ibang panig ng north America may racism at discrimation??? di ba mas matindi pa nga mga prejudice sa atin.. pag mestisa ka asahan mo ng nasa priority ka pero kapag maitim ka iba ang notion ng tao..

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    4. 7:19, tumingin ka nalang sa mga job postings sa newspapers.

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    5. 8:36 no need dahil alam na

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    6. @7:19 maliban sa pagaartista, which is matagal nang beauty perception ng pinoy ang mestiza, saang lupalop pa ba ng pilipinas priority mga mestizo? Mga presidente nga nating nagdaan kita mi namn itsura di ba?

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    7. 12:51 AM, so true! She had a concert at a casino where I work, pagkatapos ng concert niya ayaw magpapicture with the fans who waited outside the venue, a lot of people were disappointed sa kanya, she's really a diva.


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  4. It's so melodramatic. It's not like you wake up the next morning after Trump won and racism prevailed all over America. There's always racism everywhere and anytime. You can't eradicate that because we can't control the minds of people. . But as freedom loving citizens, we won't let racism dominate the country. Maybe you should give Trump a chance to do his job first. If we don't like the way he serves our country, that's the only time we, as citizens, will do something. For now, let's not pre-judge him.

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    1. Lumalakas ang loob ng mga tao ngayon na ipakita ang racial bias nila. Nakita mo ba sa news yung mga nangyayari sa schools around the country? Yung mga dating tahimik lang at sinasaloob ang pagiging racist, sexist, and bigot eh mas vocal na ngayon dahil alam nilang Trump has the same views.

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    2. @12:53 I agree with you. Racism is everywhere. Isama na ang discrimination lalo na sa Pilipinas (job posting naka specify yung required gender/age/height/school? oh my!). I voted for Clinton but I already accepted the fact na nanalo, by electoral votes, si Trump. Nagbabago ang tao. Malay natin, magka milagro.

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    3. Mostly maraming natatakot dahil ang Illegal Immigration kasi ang isa sa mga malaking problema dito na finally iaaddress na. Kumbaga ieenforce na ng husto yung batas against doon sa mga illegals na gumagamit ng healthcare ng libre, hindi nagbabayad ng state at federal taxes sa trabaho nila, nagdadrive ng walang lisensya, gumagamit ng food stamps dahil walang income, etc...

      Kasi gobyerno ang nagsasubsidize sa kanila at yung perang pang subsidize galing sa taxes ng mga tao na nagbabayad ng tax, kaya maraming may ayaw sa illegals.

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    4. @2:17 I hear you. There's a lot of undocumented immigrants in the country. Unfortunately, they enjoy a lot of privileges like the taxpayers do and it's not fair for us to work our ass off while these people can work under the table and don't pay taxes. It's not that we discriminate them but if they get caught, too bad. We came to this country legally. They should do the same.

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    5. My cousin was killed in a road rage incident because a Latino driver was calling him out for being a "slow" Asian driver. That driver turned out to be an illegal with no driver's license. My cousin was on his way home from working the graveyard shift. Hanggang ngayon yan ang naiisip ko kapag issue ng illegal immigration ang pinag-uusapan. Dahil yung iba sa kanila kung umasta akala mo kung sino. Ang racism dito hindi Lang whites against asians o afro-American. Lahat basta "feeling superior" sila they will discriminate against you simply because they think in their ignorant minds that you "look" inferior to them. I do not agree with Lea's rant which is similar to all Hollywood and liberal types. I'm for the crackdown of illegal immigration in this country.

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    6. 2:37 I agree with you. Pumasok ng illegal sa bansang iyon tapos hindi nagbabayad ng tax, madaya diba?

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    7. @1:01 gender/age/height/school racism? Of course that's requirements that would fit to a specific job.

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    8. Yes, 10:06, lahat yan discrimination dito sa America, isali mo na rin ang religion, creed, at race. Pero sa Pilipinas normal Lang yung discrimination na ganyan. Kaya unfair ang rules diyan. Pero seems like accepted mo naman kaya bahala ka sa buhay mo.

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    9. 1:06 when an employer requires specifics on gender/age/height/school/race, it is a form of racism here in the US. I remember when I was in the Philippines applying for a job, it specifically states on the ad that they prefer those who are graduates from prestigious schools like UP, La Salle, Ateneo, UST. I'm a Tomasian, btw. Now looking back, I realized how discriminating it was like looking for a job back there. And if you think that's normal, then you don't know what an equal employment opportunity means.

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    10. Isama mo na rin diyan sa schools. During my younger years, sa elementary, may star section pa. Meaning, there was a hierarchy. Sama-sama sa iisang section yung mga high grades at matatalino. Mga average, iisang section din. And then the kulelats. No I was never in the star section but even then, I found it too unfair and far too demeaning na igu-grupo kayo according to intelligence. It would have helped if they keep it mixed and encouraged yung buddy system instead. Yung nagtutulungan imbes na may distinction agad. So naturally, the star section often looks down on the lowly sections plus they get top billing sa mga school productions and choice roles sa iba't-ibang school activities. Doon palang sa ganung sistema, they already planted the seeds of discrimination.

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    11. 3:30, hindi kasali sa discrimination in a legal sense ang separation ng mga sections sa school. Hiwalay ang matatalino sa mga hindi para hindi mahirapan matuto ang mga mahina utak. The star section students learn at a faster pace, so the standard for learning is higher. There is a formula for sectioning students so that intellectually, certain types can be around those who are of the same level of intelligence with those who have the same abilities. So that they can all learn at the same pace. It also makes the grading easier and to minimize the learning curve the lesser intelligent students have to go through and gpa to catch up to if they were put in a class with those more intelligent than they are.

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    12. Also, I remember when I was in the Philippines looking for a job, they would require applicants to submit their bios with photos. What if you don't look pretty on the picture, are there less chances you won't get an interview?

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  5. True. I rode a subway in L.A. once since it was so traffic on the freeway; then this woman comes up to me and says that I should move to the back of the train, after that she insulted a black woman by telling her to get a job and in addition, also told a latino teenager to refrain from drugs... After that experience, I'm never taking public transport in the U.S. again 😂

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    1. @12:55 Hindi ka nangatwiran?

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    2. @12:55. Then it's your fault for not standing up for yourself. Racism and discrimination exist because there are people like you who tolerate those bigotry.

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    3. 1:09 & 1:33 mangangatwiran ka sa sira ulo? Obviously, the person 12:55 is talking about is crazy and unfortunately racist. Maguubos ka ng energy sa hindi makakaintindi.

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    4. @1:45 -if 12:55 thinks what he experienced is not some kind of racism and discrimination, and it was just some random lunatic, what was his point of reacting into the issue here when the discussion is about racism in America, not lunacy???

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    5. Hindi naman lahat ng tao sa America ay ganon. And 1:45 is right. No need to argue with a crazy person. Learn to fight your battles kung baga.

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    6. I live in the USA bakit parang pinalalaki ang racial issue. Talagang dinidikdik sa isip ng tao in order to raise fear. Trump is not against immigrants. He wants to secure the border. Ang issues niya are the illegal immigrants. Even the whites here are feeling scared and embarrassed for they maybe automatically labeled racist. Atheist America is halted when Hilary lost.

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  6. I am afraid too, for my kids and for myself! It's not a joke living here anymore.. there is a lot of incidents going on even if we are in NYC. I feel u Ateng Lea!

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    1. Same here.. is it better to migrate to Canada?? :(

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    2. Ang OA nyong 2 pano nkktakot? Dito rin ako sa US jusme nga paid protesters lang mga yan. Matakot kayo kung di nyo follow ang law sus exaggerated much wag kasi kayo believe sa lahat ng napapanood nyo at ang media dito liberal.

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    3. Why not migrate to Mexico? Why does it have to be Canada? We don't need weakling idiots like you here.

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    4. Pwede ba wag ninyo kami idamay dito sa Canada. Drama Lang ang idadala ninyo dito, di namin kailangan yung mga kaartehan ninyo.

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    5. OA much kayo ha first world problem juice colored. Nasa North Korea at Syria ba kayo at nkktakot? Check nyo nga kung sino nag riot mga katulad nyong liberals. Sus eh di move kayo sa Canada as if ganon kadali.

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    6. @2:26 Oh please! Justin Bieber kinick nyo mga Canucks pa USA. Kick back namin pabalik ;-p

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    7. O ayan, ayaw ng mga taga Canada. Sa Syria o North Korea na Lang kayo lumipat para malaman ninyo ang tunay na meaning ng "fear".

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    8. 1:04 OA ka nga!

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    9. 1.04 the protesters and rioters are liberals. the same ones who, like lea, wanted hillary to win.

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    10. Takot kayo dahil kayo kayo rin ang nagtatakotan. Maniniwala ako na takot yung mga illegal immigrants dahil against the law sila nag stay sa US at tulad ng sinasabi ng iba dito hindi sila nagbabayad ng tax. Eh kahit saan bansa against the law ang hindi magbayad ng tax noh. Pero kung legal immigrant ka di dapat matakot.

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    11. Anon 2:16, paid protesters? It wouldn't hurt to find out why these people are protesting. Wag kain ng kain ng info na binibigay sa yo.

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    12. Natawa ko doon sa mga taga Canada. Grabe ang pagka ayaw nila. 😂

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    13. Hindi naman madali makakuha ng resident visa sa Canada, Australia, UK, at iba pang progressive countries. Kung magsalita yung ibang tao parang ang dali mag alsa balutan dahil si Trump ang nanalo. Good luck at happy trip.

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  7. The ignorance of the Liberals in America and the whole world is baffling.

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    1. Not to mention the hypocrisy!

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    2. Blame it on the pervasive inluence of the liberal mainstream media led by CNN and New York Times.

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    3. Exactly! Mainstream media is biased against Trump. So most Filipinos rooted for Hillary.Why? Because the media is left leaning. I am a registered independent and voted for Trump. Sorry Lea but i feel the same way when Obama became president. Burning the flag while holding "Stop the hate" signs seriously?! The ones who are always preaching tolerance are the most intolerant people. Love Trumps Hate but let's hold a rally bullying and hating on someone hahaha. Liberals are so elitist and ignorant of the problems of middle class/rural Americans.

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    4. I agree @1:31AM. And don't forget the 3 mainstream networks NBC, ABC & CBS plus cable network MSNBC.

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    5. Masyadong in exaggerate tong race issue na to e na para bang eto lang. There are really good people in America and to judge them as racist will be unfair and a form of discrimination also.

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  8. We are just fine. And we will be fine. Don't spread fear.

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  9. People like Lea are the ones stoking the fire of hatred and fear of the unknown. Her post reeks of so much ignorance and arrogance, thinking that the liberals are the saviors of America. They think so highly of themselves, but now just a pathetic bunch of sore losers and self-entitled cry babies howling at their cruel twist of fate.

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    1. They want atheism in America to prevail under Clinton. Who stands for truth, for liberals truth is what they happen to want. That's what liberals stand for!!!

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  10. The mere fact that this woman is saying all these things is a REAL insult to all of us. Brainwashed yet again by Liberal/Progressive narratives. We did not vote for Clinton NOT because she's a woman but because her policies are not in line with the American people. You insult me because I am a Filipino American business woman thriving on running my own company. I am not a racist nor a bigot all I want is smaller government, low taxes and less regulation so I CAN hire more people and invest MORE money in my business. No sense in arguing with woman knowing she will use race, gender and everything else instead of having an open mind and having an intelligent and relevant conversation on ECONOMIC policies

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    1. 1:3OAM

      You prefer racist, bigot, sexual offender, political idiot, foul-mouth just so "your business" can thrive. We are talking about the lives of people in danger now that the whole racism and bigotry issues are openly condemned and favored by the "new" president-elect.

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    2. 1:51 typical liberal trash talk.

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    3. 1:51 And Hillary is a saint? People are in danger hahhaha sino ba nag riot di ba mga followers ni Hillary? Trump might have said some things that some people find insulting but how can he be racist when he is married to an immigrant? Those sexual allegations are not proven that why they are allegations unlike Bill who had sex in the oval office while president. And i dont understand the fears that you are talking about? Hello OA na kayo ha Panong naging in danger dahil idedeport mga illegals. Thats called following the law.

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    4. Agree! They are just using and highlighting the race and gender issue to cause more friction and spread more fear. Sila ring mga liberals ang mag spread ng hatred.

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  11. Obama brought A New Hope.
    Trump is when The Empire Strikes Back.
    In four years time there will be a Return of the Jedi.

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    1. Tsk, tsk, tsk...ayan sige, pa-clever ka Baks...

      Ang hindi mo narerealize, yung mga Republican, ang sinasabi nila ngayon, after 8 years, ito na ang panahon ng Return of the Jedi. 😜 😂 😆

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    2. Basag ka 1.35! Hahaha!!!

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  12. i agree it is the media that is spreading fear and kumakagat naman ang mga tao. mas marami pang tracis na filipino. We are here in south carolina and I go to school. wala naman akong naeeperience na kahit ano. yung iba lang pinalala. just like wat was posted here earlier yung babae mukhang ininsulto na lahat at walang nagreact , I don't think so na papayag ang itim na ganunin lang sya ng walang reaction. Don't exaggerate!
    Ms. lea posted something a few months ago about supporting the gov't kasi yan ang piinili ng tao, why can't she do it now? e mas matagal pa sya jan sa pinas kesa dito.

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  13. This is the problem of Filipino in general. Racism existed long before trump was elected. Other nationalities embrace their own country and passport. Filipinos are so proud when they acquire citizenship from other countries. Pinoy lang ang ganyan. Pag foreigner nasa pinas kse sinasamba ng karamihan kaya since ikaw ay foreigner nga naman sa ibang bansa u expect the same courtesy. Admit it or not tayo lang may issue n ganito... mahalin muna kse ang bansa natin para hndi tayo nakiki siksik s ibang bansa tapos magrereklamo ng racism...

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  14. The mainstream media needs to stop fanning the flames. Geez its only 4 years. Tita Lea I know exactly how you feel because i feel exactly the same way when Obama took office. There will always be racism.

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    1. You are right. The media is taking advantage and knows the vulnerable. Too much of something is paranoia already.

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  15. And what, dear know-it-all Lea, can you say about those protesting id*#ts holding the sign LOVE TRUMPS HATE while shouting expletives, smashing cars and setting fire to properties???

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    1. Rioters in Portland are doing that, and yes they're idiots. I voted for Hillary but i condemn violence. However, there are peaceful protests in other parts of the country. They can't do anything about the results but at the very least, they're making it known that bigotry and hatred will not be tolerated.

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  16. Saan lupalop ka mag punta may racism hinde mawawala yan. Sariwa pa kasi ang pagkapanalo ni trump at marami hinde pagkatanggap ang pagkapanalo Niya. kaya medyo big news ang kutyaaan Sa isat-isa. Lilipas din yan.

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  17. @130am who told who all these things about Trump? I need an intelligent rebuttal and it's not something that you got from the media and their false narratives. Stay rooted in facts and stop exaggerating, please. Read your response again and try responding with some substance and as an adult. Be gracious the people have spoken, it's done. This is reality stop being a lemming, go to your safe place, and have a chai tea on me.

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  18. Oh Lea, if you say you sing as it is what God commands, e, di all those people voted for Trump because it is what God commands din. Pati na si Turmp, he ran for rpesident and won because it is what God commands.

    At sa lagay, sa iyo lang ba nagcocommand si God? So if that is your reasoning, remember everything is as what God commands. And you're complaining about God's commands when you complain about Trump winning.

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    1. Ganito kasi. Ang talent God-given. Yung pagpili kung sino iboboto, free will yan.

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    2. trump won. he has the talent to persuade people to vote for him.

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  19. Tita leah, sana, nag door to door ka sa buong america at kinumbinsi mo ang karamihan ng tao na iboto si hillary. Kung kailan tapos na ang laban at saka ka ngangawa ngawa.

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  20. Lea, I have never been discriminated against because of my color. Keep your foolish rants to yourself and do not try to represent the entire Fil-Ams with your nonsense. We are living comfortably and your unfounded fear is nowhere near felt by any of us. I do not look forward to any of your concerts. My hard-earned money will never be used to finance your imaginary career.

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    1. I have fortunately not been discriminated either but that doesn't mean others haven't. Just because you don't experience it doesn't mean it doesn't exist.

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  21. sadsad na ang racism issue na yan. people have become too sensitive and overly concerned about being politically correct. the media is also fueling this fear and it causes division among people. masyado ng OA.

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    1. Easier said than done. When you are on the receiving end of hatred just because of your race, you will realize it is scary, seeing this dark side of humanity.
      Marami nang tao na namatay dahil lang iba ang kulay ng balat nila.

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    2. There is racism everywhere not only in America. Sometimes being overly sensitive to this racism issue leads to paranoia. You will live out of fear which is not good. The media is fanning said fear. Spread love instead and positivity.

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  22. What's the drama?
    I live here in America and I'm a person of color too, but I'M NOT AFRAID!
    The people have spoken! Trump .... God bless America, my home sweet home!

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  23. Kawawa naman si Coach Lea, takot na takot na nga inaapi pa dito

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  24. Tagal ko sa America ni minsan hindi ako nakaranas ng racial descrimination.
    Ang sa akin lang i follow the rules and regulation. Work and pay my dues. I live my American dream sana kayo din.

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    1. Same here. Experience ko lng to ha very friendly nga sa akin ang mga Americans. Never ko naranasan racism na yan iba kasi balat sibuyas lang. Mas malala kaya sa Pinas ang descrimination.

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    2. 1:42 forgive me for this, it is Discrimination.

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  25. I am a Fil-Am who lived in the US for 33 years, east coast area and worked for fortune 500 companies, specifically pharmaceutical companies in clinical research as a clinical data manager. I never experienced any racism in my work place. I worked with medical doctors, nurses, etc. Is it a matter of where you are and what you do?

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    1. More like where you are. But people too, on what they see right or what they perceive as their rights. You're fortunate, because I think your workplaces give more emphasis on talent and hard work rather than physical appearances. I am based now in ME and there is already government advisory to their citizens who are visiting or residing in US to take care and be cautious while in public. That should they find themselves subjected to racial slurs, they should keep calm and not let themselves be drawn in fights. If threatened, they should walk away and seek the help of authorities or their consulates for assistance. A few months before, the other advisory for them was to refrain from using their national attire while abroad after one nasty incident when a hotel businessman guest was falsely reported as a terrorist by a hotel staff because he was wearing kandura.

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    2. Where is ME? If you don't mind my asking?

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    3. @245, according to Google:
      -- the Kandura is a national dress for people from UAE.
      -- ME is the country abbreviation for Montengro.

      Not 1122

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    4. One time, I witnessed my Filipina friend strayed off the sidewalk when we're about to pass a black man. "Natatakot daw sya sa itim". Natawa ako na na awa sa kanya. She lives in Missouri and that I was visiting from the West Coast. One true sad story indeed.

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    5. 2:45 Middle East. Nope, I don't mind 😉

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    6. Geez ME is the abbreviation for the state of Maine. May mga Montenegro at Middle East pa kayo dyan.

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  26. Lea, just because people voted for Trump does not mean they are racist or sexist. You have to respect the outcome of election. You also have to understand, many Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, and women voted for Trump. Those same people do not share the same sentiment as you, and that does not mean they are wrong. They just see problems you don't see.

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    1. Yes. My state is predominantly Trump. Those that I know who voted for him are far from racist and sexist.

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  27. ang talino talaga hindi matawaran ang wisdom!!! bravo

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  28. Lea has a Napoleon complex or little man syndrome. Overly-aggressive or domineering social behavior compensating for her short stature. She could also be doing this to compensate for her lack of degree. Para bagang mas matalino ako kesa sainyong lahat ang laging peg.

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  29. You can always move back to pinas my dear. No one is holding you back.

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    1. She doesn't live in the US. Pasulpot sulpot lang yan for small gigs here.

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  30. If she live in the US, I don't think she'll earn a steady income from her singing alone. That's only seasonal kasi di naman sya big time. Kaya she's in Pinas kasi she gets her income from there. Sourgraping lang yan kasi she could never live permanently in the US kahit pa sya greencard holder kasi wala naman syang pwedeng gawin kundi kumanta lang.

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    1. @1:13 My sisters and I are fans of hers until our M&G with her, years ago. Diva si Lea! Sabagay, back then free pa yung photo op. That was the last time we went to her show.

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    2. Kumanta lang??!! Wow Ha ikaw na ang talented

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  31. "I never experienced racism in the US, therefore racism doesn't exist". Yan ang logic ng mga commenter here.

    Ibig sabihin, because you've never experienced hunger, it also means that world hunger doesn't exist? So yung mga nangangayayat sa Africa, imagination lang? Ganyan ba ang logic natin mga Inday?

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    1. Inday, 8:46! You've drawn your own wrong conclusion. People are just attesting that they have not experienced racism against themselves. They never acknowledged that racism doesn't completely exist.

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    2. Ayaw nila ng gulo, yun yon.
      Tanggapin kasi ninyo na yung mga pag protesta ng mga liberals ay para iluklok si Hillary. Kunwari dahil sa discrimination na lumalaganap. Matagal ng problema yan, matagal na. Wag Lang magbulag bulagan na hindi ninyo matanggap na natalo candidato ninyo kaya gusto ninyo manggulo at yung mga bayolente na liberals na nanghaharass ng mga conservatives pinapabayaan ninyo dahil sa galit ninyo. Umayos kayo at tapos na ang botohan.

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  32. I voted for Hillary but I can give Trump a chance(as if I have a choice!) I hope people will take Lea's post just a precaution of what lies ahead and be prepared. Do not take it to aggravate fear in you. It's sad when post like this can do more harm than good.

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  33. These liberals/leftists are simply spoiled brats who didn't get what they want. They live in their own bubble that they know what it's right for the country. People who voted for Trump are the silent majority who were forgotten , the uneducated college people . They are the children of those parents who lost their jobs , living paycheck to paycheck , lost their pensions . It's sad that these liberals cannot even grasp the real issues in America.

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  34. The number of racists is the same before and after the election. People do not magically started hating a group or groups of people after choosing Trump. Hillary supporters did not get sprayed "love dust" after exiting the polling booth.

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  35. My african-american coworker told me that they were taught by their elders to fear the white people because they are out against them. They are reminded to be always careful, don't date white girls, stay out of the white people's way and such. As an adult now, he realized how ridiculous that was. Instead of encouraging people to love, it instill fear in their hearts. He was taught to expect the worse. His grandfather and father were pastors, btw.

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  36. The mainstream liberal media is biased sand corrupt. The media is controlled by the liberals.

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