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Sunday, June 21, 2020

FB Scoop: Son of Edu Manzano, Enzo, Does a Solo Protest Against PH Administration In Front of the UN Headquarters and PH Consulate in New York






Images courtesy of Facebook: Enzo Manzano

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  1. Wow! So impressed with him. Kahit mag-isa, lumalaban. Saludo ako sa iyo, Enzo.

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    1. Uwi ka muna dito boy. Para maintindihan mo ung pakiramdam ng pagiging Pilipino. Wag kang magtago sa America at nagbabasa lang ng mga opinion ng mga anti government.

      You don’t speak on behalf of all Filipinos

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    2. 1:46 bakit ano ba ang pagiging pilipino sa pilipinas? Hindi ba totoo ang nababalitaan nga mga pilupino sa labas ng pilipinas? Mali ba sya sa sinabi nya patungkol sa administrasyon ni Duterte? Masaya ka ba dyan ngayon sa nangyayari? Naluluha ako makita na mag isa si Enzo nag poprotesta sa Marika, dahil karamihan mg mga pinoy duwag, tanga o nagbubulagbulagan... kasama na ako ako dyan.

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    3. 1.46am dahil sa mga tulad mo kaya tayo lagapak dito. Kahit nasa ibang bansa puwede ka maging Pilipino.

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    4. Being a Filipino is to agree and disagree upon certain things. Karapatan naman natin lahat magsabi kung ano ang nararamdaman at mag express ng opinion sa TAMANG PARAAN. Ano ba ang tamang paraan? I would have been impress with Edu's son IF he pays his taxes in the PHILIPPINES. Then he has the right to express his opinion. Tama yung iba manirahan ka muna dito saka ka magreklamo.

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    5. baka naman nag picture taking lang yan.

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    6. 7:49 are you saying that Filipinos who work abroad as OFWs are less Filipino? so they are not allowed to express their feelings? wag ganun. Taxes ay hindi basehan ng pagka Filipino.

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  2. Na fake news ka yata. Kawawa ka naman.

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  3. Estrada administration may reklamo kayo, Arroyo administration may reklamo kayo, Aquino administration may reklamo kayo, Duterte administration may reklamo kayo. so kaninong administration ang gusto nyo ung walang corrupt, ung honest? sino b un?

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    1. So dapat ba manahimik kasi pare-pareho namang corrupt? Ang punto ay dapat magsalita kung may nakikitang problema. Kung di magsasalita, aabusuhin tayo lalo kasi akala nila okay lang sa atin, wala tayong pake, o takot tayo.

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    2. I agree with this. Actually hindi lang kay Estrada nagstart ‘day! Nagsimula pa nung panahon ni Aguinaldo. Hahahahahaha palagi silang may reklamo. Edi kayo magPresidente!

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    3. teh, freedom of expression. This young man is courageous.

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    4. We have the right to complain because it’s our government. Gets mo. But now it’s really bad in every way in the country. Everything is worst.

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    5. 12:53,You can’t shut us up. It’s our right. Go away.

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    6. As it should be. Our loyalty is to the country and not to the government running it. Pag may tama we give credit, pag may mali pupunahin. Ang mga katulad mong mali ang allegiance ang cause kung bakit di umuusad ang Pilipinas. We don’t hold officials accountable or turn a blind eye to their wrongdoings just because we support them & worse, we support them just because wala nang mapagpilian.

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    7. No, that man is not courageous, 1:58. He lives in a democratic country where he knows he can do things like that. Try mong tumira sa mga bansang tulad ng Vietnam, China o Myanmar at gawin mo yan. Tingnan lang natin kung di ka matatakot.

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  4. Every government must be taken into account. That is democracy.

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  5. Mas worst ata ngayon.

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    1. Mas sinasabi mo lang ngayon Kasi daming putak sa social media.

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  6. Pabida papansin yun dating nya.

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    1. 1.55am ikaw pa deadma kaya you get the admin you deserve. Enjoy the poor service you deserve it

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    2. 1:55, Caring about our country is now considered pabida? You are hopeless just like this country.

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    3. mas mabuti pa yang bata, may paninindigan.

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  7. 12:53, Normal ang nagrereklamo sa gobyerno. Shunga lang ang tatahimik pag may nakitang mali..

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  8. I’m sick and tired of this adminitration too. Of course you can’t please everybody so palaging may reklamo. Pero eto lang and administrasyon na kapag nagreklamo ka or nakanti mo sila, ggawin nilang impyerno buhay m.

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    1. +1M 2:44,
      Napaka-vengeful this administration. Hindi marunong tumamggap nang kritisismo, palaging ginagawang personal ang mga bagay. 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️

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    2. Talaga? Ginawa na ba nilang impyerno ang buhay mo. Tanungin mo muna kung wala ba silang nagawamg masama para di sila buweltahan.

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  9. Pasikat! Para maging bagong bayani. E di ikaw na!

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  10. Ito ang pinaka worse na administration.

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  11. Kanya kanya trip yan hayaan nyo sya

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  12. Pag-aralan mo mabuti ang history ng bansa natin. Saka ngumawa dyaan. Tapos mag-aral ka pano makatulong sa gobyerno natin.

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  13. Prior to the current administration, media never minced words in criticizing the Presidents of this country. But now, Media has never been so timid in its reporting of abuses, corruptions, and injustice dine by the current administration. Remember Leila de Lima, Justice Sereno, Oplan Tokhang, and most of all Calida. God protect US Filipinos.
    Brave soul Enzo Manzano🙏❤

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  14. Itinulog mo nalang sana yan haha

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    1. Sana naman magising ka na sa katotohanan. O kaya, sana magising ka sa pagtutulogtulugan mo.

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    2. malaking tulong yan actually

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  15. I salute this kid. Marunong ipakipaglaban kung ano ang alam niyang mali. For those who are saying that he heard fake news, what fake news? You saying na ang mga balita tungkol sa antiterrorist Bill is fake news? Once na pirmahan ni Dutz ang bill, are you sure hindi ka huhulihin at ikukulong pag nagprotesta dahil pagbibintangan kang terrorist.

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  16. I admire him. Yan kasi ang kulang sa mga Pilipino e, Patriotism. Bilib ako sa batang ito.

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  17. kahit ayaw ko din sa admin ngayon pro di ko gagawin yan. para ano? sayang oras wala nman din mangyayari mukha lang akong tanga

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    1. ikaw lang yon and I know that you are not in the US kaya hindi mo talaga magagawa yan.

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  18. Oh my, good for him. He is so brave.

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    1. Brave kasi wla sa Pinas. Lol

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    2. 4:19, that was his point. You can’t protest anymore in pinas. Get educated and get real. Your blah blah won’t do.

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  19. He is right. This country is the worst ever, since the martial law. It’s too hopeless na talaga.

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  20. He cares more about this country than the people here. We are just like zombies here, can’t do anything.

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  21. I like him. Smart guy.

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  22. Salamat sa iyo bata.. dito pag nagprotesta ka, kulong ka.. lalo kung driver ka ng jeep..

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    1. Bakit yung mga nagprotests noong June 12 kahit nagsiksikan sa may Quezon Hall ng UP, di naman kinulong.

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  23. kayo na ang mamuno sa pinas... dami nyo reklamo pero ano ba naitulong nyo?

    kahit anong tino ng gobyerno kung ang mga tao di marunong sumunod at puro reklamo, anong aasahan?

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  24. Gaya gaya sa US protest!! Kahit walang alam nakikisakay kong ano trending sa Twitter🙄

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    1. Can you prove na wala nga siyang alam? Obviously opinyon mo lang yan. How sure are you na nakikisakay nga lang siya sa kung ano ang trending? For sure tingin mo sa sarili andami mong alam. Yeah right, madaming alam na walang ginawa. He is still so much better than you.

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    2. Eh gaya gaya naman talaga sa US protests.

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  25. 2:57 AM - Kesa naman walang pakialam na tulad mo! Sipsip sa gobyerno. Pabigat sa mga Pilipino!

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  26. Papansin naman nito

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  27. May more be like him!

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  28. People who are complaining about complaints should live under the CPP. Taking the government into account is the lifeblood of democracy. People who do not do it and condemn people who do it do not deserve freedom and are paralyzing democracy's feedback mechanism

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  29. Silence who?? Feeling woke!! Yucks!!!

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  30. SanA maalala ang sinabi ni Quezon na mas gustong niya ang pamahalaan run like hell by Pilipino compared to run like heaven by Americans.

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    1. Dude! Look at us! Too mayny mahirap, too much corruption, too much hunger, too much gulo, too much traffic, too much bagal ng serbisyo. Look at Hawaii / Guam / Samoa; then compare the Philippines. I am sure I would choose to to live in a place like Guam.

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    2. Mas gusto ko naman yung heaven haha ano yun dusa is life ganern?

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    3. so ano gusto mo , run by China?

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    4. It looks to me like run like hottest hell by China. So masaya ka dyan? For sure Quezon will be the one protesting ngayon if buhay pa siya.

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    5. Run by China? Where??

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  31. Madami ng nagproprotesta. Gawa ka ng bagay n tlgang mkakatulong s mga Pilipino.

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    1. What makes you think that he does not? Close kayo?

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  32. mas maganda sana kung pagkatapos mo mag aral jan ay babalik ka s Pinas pra pagsilbihan kapwa mo Pinoy. mas kailangan nila ng serbisyo mo.

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  33. Bakit di nya to ginawa nung nasa Pilipinas siya. New York is still on lockdown. I dont think people will even bother to read his grievances when America is also going through tough times. Dun siya sa Edsa mag gaganyan kung kakayanin nya. Bakit sa ibang bansa pa.

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    1. they have that freedom in the US

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    2. 6:38This is also about the terror bill that will be signed into law soon in pinas. He lives in the US for now.

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    3. In case namiss mo, para sa UN po yung protesta. It just happened na nasa New York ang headquarters ng UN. Besides kung sa pinas yan hahanapan na naman ng dahilan ng gobyerno para mapatahimik.

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    4. Wrong, 6:13. Kung sa Pilipinas niya ginawa yan, pagtatawanan siya dito. It just happens na malakas ang protest culture ngayon sa America dahil kay George Floyd.

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  34. Keep doing that 'til you get bored..Ugh papansin🙄

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    1. Napansin mo so it is not in vain. The protest as far as I see is not about himself but about something he believes so tama lang na magpapansin siya. Palibhasa siguro wala kang ipinaglalaban sa buhay at sarili mo lang ang importante for you kaya you don't understand people like him.

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  35. I’m impressed. More power to him.

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  36. Natalo kasi tatay nya nung halalan

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  37. I’m just curious. How can you say that antiterrorist bill is not good for us?

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    1. 1:54. Read it and understand it, and then apply them to the fact that this country is very corrupt to begin with. Our laws are already being abused by the politicians and people in power for their own use and benefits.

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    2. If you read and understand it, 5:14, there are specific definitions and exclusions for criminalized terrorist acts. Takot lang ang mga terrorist groups sa bill na ito dahil pati funding ng mga org nila, penalized na rin.

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  38. Anong Filipinos can't protest? Protesta nga nang protesta kaya lang lagi namang flop ang mga rally.

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