Monday, December 16, 2019

GMA Network Requests PDEA to Be Sent Names of Talents In Drug Watch List

Image courtesy of www.gmanetwork.com

31 comments:

  1. Nice work GMA. Para maka conduct na rin sila ng sariling inquiry about it abd if proven correct, ma suspend or mapatalsik sa network sana ang mga mandurugas na toh.

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  2. Dapat lang para mapatawan suspension if proven right.

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  3. Yan ang GMA, walang patumpik-tumpik!

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  4. Hahahah tapos walang maibigay.. Ay nako nagiintay pa din ako ng isang kahit isang big fish na mahuhuli sa drug canpaign nila yan.. Tipong chinese drug lord talaga.. Kaso wala eh baket kaya

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    1. Hindi ka siguro nanunuod ng balita. Ang dami ng nahuli na mga chinese nationals sa war on drugs.

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    2. meron naman kung gugustuhin talagang malaman kaysa puro reklamo ng ganyan pero hindi manlang mag-effort magresearch 1:18? lalo pa we have this kind of media

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    3. 1:18 wag puro teleserye pinapanood mo. manood ka rin ng news

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  5. GMA is doing the right thing. This will protect their talents and emplpyees! I am hoping PDEA will cooperate!!!!!

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  6. Sino yan at me hawak na kidlat?

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  7. Tama ang GMA, sila muna ang dapat gumawa ng appropriate measures sa mga talents nila.

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  8. Good if you'll mandate your talents or employees who are users to go on rehab. On the other hand, hope the list won't be abused such that those in the list will escape.

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    1. This! I hope they won't cover up for anyone. They need help and should go to rehab no matter kung gaano kasikat yun artista or employees.

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    2. I agree. I believe in giving people senond chances. Ipa-rehab ang mga repentant na talent, at huwag bigyan ng trabaho ang mga hindi nagbago.

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  9. To warn them maybe

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  10. Kapag mahirap huli at patay agad. Kapag artista o may sinasabi ayaw ibunyag. Napa ka unfair ng pdea.

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    1. Sisihin ang gobyerno kung bakit ganyan!!! We know that is wrong and why is it being allowed??Nakakairita talaga ang ganitong comment!!! First and Foremost, just like any other major company around the world, their primary first concern is the safety and well being of their employees and talents!GMA is doing just that and is commendable.

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    2. Nope it is not unfair and wrong info is projected by the media. Whether you are a pusher or user, titiktikan ka ng pdea because they know. They will warn you because they want to know your clients, suppliers, colleagues. They will ask you to stop and surrender. Our then neighbor was a pusher; it was an open secret. Everybody around him knew; his parents, siblings, friends. Unfortunately he did not stop, And so he got eliminated.

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    3. 1:56 Bakit, were you there? Most pushers are armed. Kaloka. Anong gusto mo. Come out drug pushers. Let's talk this out.

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    4. syempre yung mga bigtime maraming runners ang galamay. yung mga big time yung di mo aakalaing involved pala sa droga kasi may mga business na front nila at may mga paid workers. why would these bigtimers run around the streets? kaya nga hinuhuli mga small timers para malaman yung sources nila.

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  11. Correct.Ilabas ang listahan para maaksyunan
    Hindi magandang halimbawa yung mga celebrities and also influencers na gumagamit.

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    1. You are right. However, they are also entitled to due process. They are innocent intil proven guilty. Just because nasa listahan ng gobyerno, TOTOO NA? Absolute Power ba ang PDEA?? Witchunting ba?

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    2. Baka manlambot kayo sa dismaya kapag nakita niyo celebrity watchlist nila.

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    3. Galit ka teh? Kaya nga watchlist para siguraduhin. Pag totoo, kasuhan or hulihin...

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  12. Hmmm, I wouldn’t trust the PDEA on anything. Never ever.

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  13. Gustong gusto ko malaman sino mga nasa Narco list. Para yun mga akala mo kung sino umere, medyo bumaba naman sa pedestal.

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    1. Suspicion does not equal guilt!The act of comvicting and punishment before the crime is something only a TYRANT would do! Kuha mo?

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    2. would love to see it, too. for sure meron jang mga critics ng current admin kasi scared mabuking. tapos ginagalingan din magcritic para paglumabas na yung narcolist at included sila, pwede nilang palabasin na tinatarget lang sila dahil critic sila ng gobyerno. they'd definitely use the lack of press freedom card and easily accuse the govt of running after its critics

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  14. gma doesnt need to ask for that. they could just mandate all their employees to take drug testing as part of their annual physical exam, then take action from there

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    1. true. sana they set a good example. start doing drug testing during physical exam so ensure their workers are clean. but of course may sisigaw na naman na kesyo nalabag ang karapatan nila. pero how about GMA and other stations making it a requirement before hiring so people cant complain? their company, their rules. if one disagrees, don't apply. to think, we are talking about ILLEGAL DRUGS. ILLEGAL!

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