Friday, May 31, 2019

Insta Scoop: Rodjun Cruz Clarifies that He and Dianne Medina Funded Their Trip to Japan with the Presidential Entourage


Images courtesy of Facebook: Maria Patricia Dianne Medina



Images courtesy of Instagram: rodjuncruz

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  1. hayyy mga tao daming katarungan parati. hello?? sino ba naman c rodjun at diane para bayaran ng govt ang trip nila? d naman ganun kalakas ang hatak nila sa tao? they're both hard owrking individuals, lalo na si diane na raket dito, raket doon, deserve nilaienjoy ang pinaghirapan.

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    1. at nagpauto ka naman, gurl? Ang tanong: bakit kasama ang mga artistang to sa official entourage? At bakit kelangan 200 ang kasama sa junket? At ano ang papel ng mga artistang to dyan???

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    2. think harder

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    3. Si Diane, representative ni Bong Go sa previous electoral campaigns. Kitang kita sa Instagram niya na supporter siya ng current government. Kaya siguro very coincidental and convenient for her na makita siyang kasama ang presidential entourage sa Japan. I work for our local government. Sila din, nagpapainvite kunwari sa mga Filipino Communities sa US every year para may legal reason to go. Madami silang sinasabit. Cleverly veiled vacations paid by the taxpayers' money.

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    4. Host din si gurl ng Bagong Pilipinas sa PTV4 ang official na nagcocover ng trip.

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    5. 1:18 ok fine give ko na kay teh gurl. Pero anu naman kinalaman ng ibang mga artista jan sa junket? Dont tell me cast sila ng sitcom ng PTV4 at kelangan nila mag shooting? charot

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    6. Tama baks . Tapos nung election saan sila ? Nga nga .

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    7. It's clear naman. Bat e deny nyo pa. Kasali talaga sa trip. Clear sa picture. Hahays. Nauubos ang pera ng govt sa wlang kwentang lakad

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    8. Kung makapagsalita naman ang iba dito akala mo hindi nagsisipag-trabaho ang mga artistang at kailangan pa magpa-libre makatuntong lang ng Japan. Sus tumigil na nga kayo. Wala nang mai-issue kaya konting kibot pinag-aaksayahan ninyo ng panahon. Kaya kayo laging talunan kahit saan daanin.

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    9. para nmng may bago. now nyu lng napansin kase ayaw nyu sa govt ngayun, dati ng gingawa yan ng malacanang hello.

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    10. +1 ni Dianne si Rodjun

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    11. so sino nagbayad para kay Rodjun? 12:38

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    12. 6:48, not important kung sinong nakaupo sa malacanang. It is wrong, period.

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  2. Maniniwala naman yung iba diyan...

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    1. Kasama ba si Natalong JV Ejercito? Dahil sa interview with Karen Davila e kasama daw siya dito sa trip na ito. Hindi na sumama? Sumama na kasi ng tuluyan ang loob?!

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    2. 1:27 nandun si JV sa meet and greet ni Du30 with OFWs. Ano naman ang issue dun?

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  3. so sina sa mga asa pictutes ang totoong freeloaders at sakay sa barkong Digong?

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  4. Baka sobra nung mga contributions sa kampanya kaya maraming nakasama....

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  5. Minsan nakakapagod din ano? na simpleng govt employee ka lang, pahirapan pa kumuha ng mga anek2 na permiso para maka pag travel pero itong mga politiko at artista na to libre lang nakakagala at the expense of my [our] hard earned tax money. At rodjun, kung kayo nagbayad ng trip na yan, bakit kayo ksama sa official entourage??? At saka sa mga apologist dyan, dont come at me na it’s part of an official business ito ng pres dahil aanhin mo ang 200 persons na entourage? maraming problema ang bansa, malayo na sana ang narating kung nilalaan ang pero ng taumbayan sa totoong nangangailangan.

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    1. And they say this administration is different 🙄

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    2. In your dreams :) walang pag babago ang pinas. lulubog pa nga.

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    3. Kaya sa susunod na election kailangan mas masigasig bumoto ng tama.

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    4. ive been working for more than 25 years in a national government agency and i tell you, this administration is worse in terms of graft and corruption. I dont even understand why they said PNoy's admin was corrupt when in fact it's one of the least. Nasobrahan ng negative propaganda ng present admin.

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    5. Dama ko bawat salita mo. Tagos hanggang buto.

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    6. Dami kas nauto at patuloy na nauuto ng admin na ito. Sa totoo lang, ito ang admin na pinaka garapal.

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    7. Ay, sobrang agree. Mapapamura ka talaga, tapos tax mo pa winawaldas ng mga yan ha. Kakapal ng mukha.

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    8. 6:45 sorry pero iba un nakikita namingn nagawa ng admin ngayun kesa noon, pacencia na sa hanash mo,masaya kami ngayun.

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    9. 6:58 sorry talaga, however- for the country. Malamang isa ka sa “nakikinabang” kaya ganyan “hanash” mo din.- not 6:45btw

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    10. 6:45, fellow lingkod bayan here and i agree. Akala ko noon malala si gma.

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    11. Mahirap gisingin ang nagtutulog tulugan. Sa dami ng nagawa ng current admin para sa mabuting pagbabago wala man lang kayong makita? No wonder, lagi kayong talo at nilalangaw.

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  6. Sige na nga right trip at the wrong time...bayani,kuya ipe ano na marami b kayo investment na naiuwi? Nagtatanong Lang po.baka personal expenses din nila

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    1. He was a premiere actor, protege of Lino Brocka and yet he will be much more judged as a user and freeloader throughout the remainder of his career. What a shame! It could have been a better legacy.

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  7. Di daw jinujudge eh naniwala kaagad sa sinabi nung isang commenter, hindi muna inantay sagot ni Rodjun bago nag assume.

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    1. 12:43 True. Kung makahusga sa iba akala mo pagkalilinis ng budhi lol

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  8. sa mga pagong kaya natin ikwento yan.

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  9. May kaya naman po pamilya nila kahit di sila mag artista Kaya they can definitely afford to pay for their own trip. And it's their choice if they want to support the president they like give them a break.

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    1. That doesn't mean anything. Di porke may kaya e hindi nagte take advantage. Shempre ide deny nila yan

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    2. Uto uto 12:46

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    3. Yun ngang may pera ang madalas nakaka freebies at sanay na sanay pa.

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  10. You cannot spell junket without JUNK

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    1. American Junk - Apo Hiking Society

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  11. of course di naman gov't money gagamitin nila ang hirap i liquidate nun ha. di raw nag judge yung commenter eh kung anuano na sinabi. buti na lang etong si rodjun cool lang sagot nya.

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    1. you won't believe it but most of the time gov't fund with event disguised as official business trip. Refer to a reply 12:59 from above na gov't employee. Marami din ako kilala na gov't officials panay gala sa ibang bansa pero di naman sapat sa sweldo nila at minsan same excuse official business trip conference kunwari

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    2. Korek! Ang judgmental agad porke kasama sa entourage. Makamema lang, e di nila alam ang dynamics sa government. Unless official business at public officials, hindi shoulder ng government ang other matters like this.

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    3. 1:21 but then again nothing is impossible with this govt lol

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    4. How naive of you.

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    5. Ang mga cabinet secretaries nga pwede mag reimburse in cash, certification lang na official ang gastos, walang resibo.

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    6. Lol i know someone working in the government and kapag daw nangati ang provincial director nila to travel sasabihin daw oh gawa kayo ng event training/seminar kunyari tapos ang budget nasa 100k sa ibang part ng pinas kunyari gaganapin, yun pala nagtravel lang. kasama syimpre yung mga organizer kuno ng imaginary event. Henaku, ganyan na ganyan sa government and you can only watch in silence or be part of the system.

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    7. 1:07 mahirap magliquidate? Eh pirma lang nila kelangan na “official expense” ang kailangan kaya nga marami gusto maging pulitiko di ba🙄... im sure not for the basic salary.

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  12. ano naman kaya ang explanation ni Philip Salvador as part of the entourage? kung sabit lang naman sya, sana mahiya sya dahil ang ginastos sa trip nya ay pera ng taxpayers. kasuka.

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    1. Super kapalmuks na si Ipe kaya don't expect an explanation from him.

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  13. Lahat po ba ng kasali yan eh nag ambag para sa investments pabalik ng pinas? Bakit 200? Ano pong report kelangan isubmit para magbitbit? Hindi po bitter nagtatanong lang.

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  14. Sa government, it is possible po to be a part of the entourage BUT YOU PAY FOR YOUR FARE/COSTS. These celebrities are not even government employees. Kung official trip, they will not be shouldered by government costs.

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    1. As far as you know

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    2. Unfortunately, that's just your opinion. Not a fact!

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    3. 1:12 in an ideal setting perhaps, but this is Philippine setting😏

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    4. LOl how ignorant 1:12

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    5. 1:12 san mo naman nakuha yang maling info na yan ha? Im working in DeoEd kapag official ang travel at may basbas ng superintebdent kahit sinong nasa listahan ng makakasama libre yon. May budget para dyan anebey!

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    6. 3:42 ang dami ng nasibak dahil dyan. Kung pwede yan noon, hindi na yan uubra sa gobyerno ngayon.

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  15. Nakapag Hong Kong na ba yung mga Sundalong lumaban as Marawi na pinangakuan ni Du30?

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    1. Marawi nga nakatiwangwang parin after 2 years sundalo pa kaya lol

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    2. Opo. NaYoutube na po nila. Virtual lang pero pinarealize na lang sa kanila.

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    3. 1:23, tama! Nagpromise ng kaunting tulong yung government sa mga taga Marawi especially for those whose livelihood were affected, lalo na’t hindi naman maclaim from insurance ang property & business na nawala. Until now wala pa din nangyayari. Mukhang ang pangako ay matutunaw na lang. May pera pang biyahe para sa supporters pero para sa victims ng war wala.

      And I thought this administration is better than the previous ones.

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    4. 1:43, kelan ba naging better ang admin ngayon kesa sa previous one. Pansinin mo, twing out of the country si Duterte, isang barangay na freeloaders ang bitbit. Ngayon 200 people pa, anong business ng lahat ng mga ito sa Japan??? Tapos ang gawin lang ni Duterte, mangutang, at matulog lang naman sa summit. Haaay, ewan ko bakit nagpapabola kayo sa taong ito. Nilubog lang lalo sa utang at pag hihirap ang Pinas. An sama pa ng ugali...

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    5. 4:53 saan mo naman napulot na 200 ang kasama ni pduts? May dokumento ka bang magpapatunay sa sinabi mo? Baka napulot mo lang yan sa crapler.

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  16. Cant believe may mga junket freeloader apologist dito jusko naman harap harapan na nga nilulustay pera natin. Hanggang kelan ba kayo magpapa uto, ha???

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    1. di lang ngayon(if ever) nalulustay pera ng gobyerno. bitter ka lang kasi di ka nakasama sa free trip dahil di mo afford mag japan. porke bat kasama sa entourage e binayaran na agad trip nila? im pretty sure that government agencies are watchful and mindful of their acts now that minamanmanan na mga galawan nila.

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    2. Mga pa woke. Feeling naipagtatanggol ang katotohanan pero uto uto. Isang deny lang ni Rodjun paniwala agad

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    3. 2:19 teh di ako bitter (and why should i? lol). and fyi (modesty aside lang), ive been to japan many times on my own expense. So your point being? Also your statement reeks naiveté as if this gov’t isn’t hellbent in bending bureaucratic processes and institutions to its favor, ano. 1:31

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    4. 2:19 i'm not 1:31, but i share the same sentiment with her/him. and i'm definitely not bitter, I've travelled to almost 30 countries already, but of course, as a Filipino, i'm concerned with how the government spends the money on the privileged few (to whom they owe utang na loob with). You should be concerned, too. Don't be clouded by your loyalty to the President.

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    5. Naniniwala ka talaga 2:19 na sila ang nagbayad ng sarili nilang pamasahe sa trip na yan?

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    6. 12:44 Eh ikaw rin ba may proof na nilibre ng admin ang pamasahe nila?

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  17. Etong mga walang kwentang artista na entorurage ni bong go talaga ang magdudumi sa image ni digong. I hope bong go will stop this freeloaders to taint the image of the president

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    1. Uhm hinde lang yun. Si digong mismo nagdudumi ng image niya. Haha.

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    2. 2:36 uhm tama ka dyan😂

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    3. As if malinis image ni duterte? Hakhak.

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    4. 1:29, and bastos na ng bibig, ang sama pa ng ugali, numero unong bully...

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  18. If they arent govt employees or officials di pede sagutin govt un. Disallowance sa COA po yan. Usually pag ganyang may kasama na hindi govt employee either they shoulder their own expenses or may sponsor- say businessmen etc.

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    1. Sa intelligence fund ni Digong ichacharge, walang audit yun

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    2. Till now you still trust na may maayos na sistema ang gobyerno natin? Aba, hindi magsisiksikan ang mga magnanakaw ng pwesto sa gobyerno kung maayos ang sistema natin. Sadly, madaling magnakaw sa gobyerno sa pinas at madaling malusutan.

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    3. Ang alam ko pwede, subject to submission of receipts. Hindi lang sila pwede ng dsa/per diem. For food naman and inland transpo, pwede naman sagutin ng govt official, i-claim nila under representation(meals) or extraordinary expense.

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  19. Strike while the iron is hot!

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  20. Shameless government and celebrities.

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    1. This admin is worse than the previous one.

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    2. 1:26 True.

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  21. Hay naku, ganyan sa pinas. Daming sipsip para libre.

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  22. So disgusting people.

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  23. Fist bump pa more lels! Maniniwala na sana ako kaya lang mismong si Ambassador Laurel na nagsabi na blow out ni Digong yan kasi nanalo admin bets sa election.

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  24. daming bitter haha sige rally kyo

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    1. You must be one of those not paying hefty taxes that’s why you couldn’t care less. Sabagay, di nga naman mabigat sa bulsa ang 12% vat sa tingi-tingi na mantika at asukal.

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  25. Eh diba treat nga daw yan for the successful “elections”. Staunch supporters kayo eh. Dyan pa talaga kayo nagstay sa imperial hotel kung san nagstay most delegates at kung san held ang meetings. Mga ichusero!

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  26. Bakit ba sila kasama kasi? And at their own expense?

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  27. daming kuda ng mga to wala naman alam. pag di ka govt employee di pwedeng ishoulder ang expenses nyo. pwedeng pwede ka naman sumama pero YOU PAY YOUR OWN EXPENSES

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    1. Ikaw ang walang alam, blind tard.

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    2. 200 katao na kasama sila, kahit sinong may utak na pinoy, pag dudahan kung bakit kasama sila sa official visit at kung saan galing pa ticket nila. Mainit na ang mga mata ng mga taong bayan so they all need a lot of explaining to do now.

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  28. linta galore! kakapal! don’t me!

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    1. Ito lang ang presidente na nag bitbit ng 200 na katao sa official travel niya. Hilig mag bitbit ng sandamakmak na minions twing may junket. Last year, mga military personnel pa. Lakas mag palakas sa mga kakampi niya, at the expense of the tax payer's money pa. Nangngutang lang naman at natutulog sa ibang bansa. Kapal...

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  29. pakita nyo sa amin resibo! airline at hotel receipts dapat nakapangalan sa inyong dalawa ha!

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    1. Korek, hingan ko kaya sa comment, for sure wala mapre present yan.

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    2. Why does Duterte have to bring 200 people as part of his delegation on his official visit to Japan? Mala ASAP ang peg??? Anong papel ng lahat ng mga ito??? Paano ka matuwa sa admin ngayon??? Nakaka suka sa kapal...

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    3. Yes! credit card rceipt! Kung ako sila pinost ko na nang mapahiya tayo pero alam natin wala naman sila resibo sooo.. haha

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    4. 3:19 I’m so sick and tired of this government too. God please help the Philippines 🇵🇭

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  30. prove it with receipts haha

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  31. kaya nila gastusan yan kc ang mura lang naman ng pamsahe papuntang japan jusme

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    1. LOL sino ba nagsabi di nila kaya. Alam natin afford nila pero di un ung issue.

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    2. Pamasahe maari? pero pagkain, lakwatsa, tulugan aw kasama nas govt expense yan hahaha

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    3. So why then are they with them?

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    4. Kung pwede namang libre bakit sila gagastos?

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  32. a big BS! sa Imperial Hotel Tokyo talaga sila mag bobook kung at their own expense! ang kakakapal ng mukha nyo! manood kayo ng Aksyon sa radio ni Raffy tulfo at makikikta nyo dun pati pamasahe nila inuutang pa.! the taxpayers money should go to our less fortunate kababayan kaya di sila umaasenso! bwesit!

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  33. Sabi ni rodjun sila nagbayad para sa trip na yan. Pero dun sa lumabas na japan program leaflet kasama sila sa mga nag production number dun sa event. LOOOLLLLLLL. Mga sinungaling. Kung sila nagbayad... Bait naman nila dianne, di sagot ng production company or gobyerno ung gastusin nila. Dont us!

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  34. Just curious, anong papel ng mga nasa picture ex. Bayani, Ipe etc sa Tokyo business forum trip ng presidente?

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    1. Bayani as the court jester of Duterte. hmmm si Ipe ano kaya? wala pa akong maisip.

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    2. Taga-kamut nang likod ni digong.

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  35. Wasting the people’s money again. Don’t fool us.

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  36. Kaya guys, markahan nyo yang mga celebrities na nag freebies using tax payer's money. Ang kakapal... porket, naka dikit sila ke Duterte, panay ang sipsip. 3 taon na lang... good riddance na silang lahat. The end!

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  37. Ang dali sabihin na put-of-pocket nyo yang trip kasi di naman kayo obligado malabas ng ebidensya. Ang dali mag deny, pero the fact is hindi justified ang presence nyo sa official trip na yan.

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  38. Dami pang nagjjustify dito maygulay. I-certify lang ni Duterte na official in nature ang gastos nya kahit walang resibo, amount lang. Kung ikaw accountant, hindi mo ba i-grant? Charge nya as extraordinary expense, resibo lang kailangan dyan. Yung mga nagcocomment dyan na mahirap daw iliquidate kuno, for common govt employees lang yan applicable, not for high ranking officials and definitely not for the President.

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  39. Don’t fool us. We are not fools.

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  40. Can you imagine 200 sila na wala namang ginagawa doon. Free vacation and shopping lang. Disgusting.

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  41. Don’t believe them, can’t trust them.

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