Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Insta Scoop: Inquirer.net Apologizes to Biñan for Using Misleading Photo




Images courtesy of Instagram: cio_binan

48 comments:

  1. Yung excited ka mauna mang bash di ka muna nag fact check. Lol

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  2. Nakakahiya, Inquirer! So somebody sent in a photo and no one from your publication verified it first? Disgusting journalism!

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    1. Tuwang tuwa kasi makahanap ng mali kahit di mag verify go lang ng go.

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    2. Mas feel nilang magbalita ng ikakasira ng sariling bansa nila

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  3. Yung gusto bumagsak ang SeaGames dahil lang sa political agenda. Mas nakakahiya ang ganyang ugali.

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    1. Pero yung ibang balita ay totoo baks. Galing naman sa ibang teams na fail talaga

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    2. Nakakahiya at nakakalungkot. Sana isinasantabi muna nila hatred nila sa government at tumulong muna sa pagsuporta sa mga athletes. Sila at ang bansa naman ang matutulungan nun.

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    3. Grabe ang mga ganyang tao, at media pa man din! Check your facts first! Gusto nyo lang talaga ihalo ang pulitika sa lahat ng bagay e! Maging makabansa naman kayo for once!

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    4. 2:48 Why is it always one or the other with you guys? Black or white? DDS or automatically ay Delawan? Matatanda na tayo; I'd like to believe that we Filipinos are all competent enough TO DO BOTH, meaning: a) patuloy na suportahan ang mga atleta, mapa-Pinoy o hindi, and b) maging mapagmatyag sa corruption--not necessarily anti-Duterte, it just so happens na may connection si Cayetano sa Presidente.

      Bakit, kung hindi ba nagviral yung transpo problem nung isang araw, may magvovolunteer bang magpahiram ng luxury buses? May mga private schools bang mag-ooffer ng sarili as more convenient venue options for training?

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  4. Nakakahiya itong mga crab na Pilipino,gusto nila pabagsakin ang SEA games.Hindi man ireport yung magaganda.Panay mga panget ang pinapakita ng media.Mga bastos!

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    1. siz may mga mali talaga. pati si digong naupset sa kikiam

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    2. Totoo naman ung iba eh. Hindi naman media dito ang nagbalita kundi players ng ibang bansa

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    3. 1:17 pwede ba focus muna sa magaganda??? ayusin nalang ng tahimik ang mga mali, wag naman ipahiya ang sariling bansa

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    4. no kikiam is not true and the delegates sleeping on the floor they are all not true. Prang mga hindi Pilipino, kong ano anong fake news pina pa laganap tapos yung mga gullible nmn sa twitter prang sobrang tuwa pa na puro palpak. Di ko ma intindihan bakit ganon sila mag isip. Yeah my mga lapses, we cannot expect it nmn to be perfect. Expected nmn yan but the good thing is hinahanapan ng paraan na maitama agad. Ang lagay kasi prang tuwang tuwa pa sila na may palpak at pinagkakalandakan pa sa buong mundo. Nkakahiyang ugali.

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    5. 2:42 ang nagpapahiya sa bansa. yung gumawa ng mga kapalpakan kaya nagdurusa yung ibang delegates.

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    6. 2:14 So ilalaglag mo, at this point? 🧐 You ever heard praise loudly, blame softly?

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    7. Kung mahal mo ang bansa mo,tutulungan mong ipromote ito ng maayos.Oo nga hindi perpekto ang Sea games pero pinagtutulungan na nga na ayusin pero ang mga pinapakalat ay yung pangit.Mga traidor ng bayan yung mga gumagawa nyan

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  5. Pinoy Crabmentality at its finest!

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  6. Ooopps nakakahiya!

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  7. Mistakes and mishaps do happen, but it should not be the highlight of the news coming from the host country. My goodness there's a time for that, to make those who quibbled pay! During this time, you have to support your country first! Yes, it's getting ugly, but it's your own shame too if you focus and make it known to everyone the issues! Is it really that much of a priority, to make your country seem like there's nothing good it can ever do, at this time?

    Some media entities, they're so disgusting because they report without fact-checking. Like this. The reporter could have gone and see for himself!

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    1. Ang nakakahiya kasi pati coaching staff and playees ng ibang bansa nagrereklamo.

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    2. Tama ka. Lahat na lang pinpoint kung ano ang palpak or kung sino nagkamali, bat hindi kaya magtulungan ang gov. officials para mahanapan ng solution yon problema.

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    3. Sinabi mo pa. Ang babastos diba? Prang set up lang yan sa bahay. May mga bisita kayo at yung kapatid mong inutusang ayosin ang tulogan eh hindi naayos ng mabuti tpos ikaw na kapatid papagalitan or ipapahiya mo kapatid mo sa harap ng mga bisita nyo? Hindi ba hindi mabuting asal yun. Ang babastos tlga.

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    4. Hindi ako sang ayon sa policies ng gobyerno natin pero di natin ma de-deny na may okay din namang nagawa kahit papano. Although annoying ang mga tauhan ni Duterte like Panelo, Bong Go, Cayetano and Bato. May mga palpak ang Sea Games but ang di ko gusto is that ang bilis humanap ng mali ang opposition as if they themselves are clean. Eh pare-pareho lang din naman sila. The media and the people against Duterte are gloating right now dahil sa mga mali sa Sea Games. Ayon agad2 nag apologize sa mga banyaga and nilaglag pa ang gobyerno. Oo tama ma corrupt talaga ang gobyerno natin ever since but yung ikaw mismo ang lumaglag sa bansa mo, parang nakakahiya na non. Ba’t ba ang bilis naton mag bow down and mag please sa mga banyaga? Eh sila nga inaapi tayo like tinatawag tayong monkey, etc. Isa pa, dakdak ng dakdak ang mga tao sa social media without fact checking first. Kung may nag post lang na ganyan, ganito. Makiki ride on agad. Ika nga sa nabasa kong quote by Trevor Noah, “We are in an age of faux outrage. Sometimes people don’t even know why they are angry. They just jump on the bandwagon. They don’t even do the research.” SO TRUE! Social media became a medium for people to get angry about almost anything. Nakaka sad kasi di naman talaga yan ang top purpose ng social media.

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    5. @Carrie, They have the right to complain if there are issues. But it doesn't have to be the headline and banner, does it? Furthermore, if it must be in the news that they did, it should be properly qouted and confirmed if such statements were released by the aggrieved delegate head or spokesperson. Did these journalists reporters do that?

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    6. Teh,lahat ng tao may reklamo sa buhay.Yung madulas ka sa venue,yung mainit ang venue ,yung gumising ka na wala sa ayos.So kung papansinin natin lahat ng maliit na bagay na reklamo,hindi yan matatapos.Maliliit na bagay yan sana wag palakihin.

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  8. Josko makapang lait lang talaga ang Inquirer sa current admin!

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  9. No wonder there’a a news article in Korea which headlines says “why do Philippines bash their own country” or something to that effect?! 💁‍♀️💁‍♀️

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    1. Totoo pala to beshy? Akala ko fake news. Lol

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    2. Naaay. May ganoon?

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    3. Kasi traidor yung mentality ng ibang Pilipino lalo na yung mga wala naman sa Pilipinas pero todo mang bash.

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  10. Napag hahalata ang Inquirer

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  11. Hoy inquirer pang ilan nyo na yan? Fake news pa more.

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  12. Not even a fan of this current admin, pero grabe talaga pagkatalangka ng media noh..

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  13. it's really sad that journalism has transformed into a chat page for amalicious rumormongers.i once was trained for a local radio station and i can still remember the code of ethics for balanced and unbiased reporting.it seems nowadays that the pledge is taken off the walls of responsible journalism.like, if it is not ugly news then it is not news at all

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  14. Inquirer jumps at every opportunity to shame this government and also the Filipinos themselves. Be careful with what you print!

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  15. Nakkahiya daw yun kapalpakan ng pinas according to some sa totoo lang mas nakkaahiya sila sa ginagawa nila. Nakikita mga ibang bansa na dahil sa political agenda maninira sila at tuwang tuwa

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  16. Grabe ang kagarapalan ng nagkakalat ng fake news, mga mainstream media pa naman. Halatang-halata.

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  17. Dapat may penalty kapag naglalabas ng fake news eh. Wala bang penalties or meron?

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  18. Hindi lang Inquirer. Other media companies too. It's ok to call the attention of the organizer but pagpapahiya yung ginagawa nila.

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  19. Grabe naman yung magcocomplain pa sa food na not enough Thai food. Ayos lang magcomplain sa ibang bagay pero hindi sa ganyan. Naglaro na ko internationally before and di naman kami nageexpect na magseserve ang ibang bansa ng Filipino food. In fact, bumibili pa nga kami sa labas and hindi nagrerely sa hotel food kasi kusto namin maexperience yung cuisine ng bansa. Napaka entitled ng ganyang request naku

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  20. The structure on the upper right area of the first photo is Iglesia ni Cristo's main church. Adjacent to the church is part of New Era College's school building.

    Both buildings are in Quezon City. Whoever wrote the erroneous article did not notice the said striking structures. Tsk-tsk-tsk

    - taga-Biñan

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    1. Oo nga noh. Sa may central ng INC un.nakuu makapang bash lang talaga

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    2. Lousy and lazy reporting. Reporters nowadays are depending on hearsay. What, spin the story then correct it later, so long that damage gets done?

      I am for free journalism, speech, and info dissemination. But being responsible and honesty going hand in hand for what's being published.

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