MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – All we are saying is give peace a chance. And that’s exactly what’s brewing between North and South Korea as the divided nation prepares to end a decades-long war.
Not too far away from Korea, the Philippines is similarly headed towards national unification.
If things go as planned, there will be no more Yellows and no more Dutertards, just Filipinos.
The remnants of the Yellow army, represented by a few members of the political opposition and biased media trying to hang on to long-lost power and influence, are now in talks with the Duterte government and its overwhelming number of supporters.
Realizing that theirs is a lost cause, the Yellows have expressed willingness to go into oblivion and let politics and history take their course, marked by overwhelming satisfaction with how President Duterte is running the country.
Sa ikauunlad ng bayan, magtatago na lang ang mga Dilawan. (For the nation’s progress, the Yellows will now retreat, permanently)
MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – This is not the first time that ex-President Fidel Ramos has worn an undershirt over his regular shirt which carries the message, “Better Than The Others.”
The Adobo Chronicles finally caught up with Ramos today and we asked him what the significance is of the message on his undershirt.
”It simply means I’m a better President than Cory Aquino and NoyNoy Aquino combined,” he said.
Ramos’ statement didn’t sit well with NoyNoy. “I think at 90 years old, Ramos is already experiencing his second childhood,” he told The Adobo Chronicles.
MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Subject to fact-checking by Rappler and Vera Files – Back from her junket to Europe, with other politicians including Senator Kiko Pangilinan, Vice President Leni Robredo defended the viral group photo showing her and her group posing and smiling at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin, Germany.
Robredo said she sees nothing wrong with the photo, first posted online by Ifugao Representative Teddy Baguilat, Jr.
“Eh wala namang nakalibing doon, so anong problema?” (Nobody’s buried there, so what’s the problem?)
“What so disrespectful about that,” she added.
Dear Madam, that’s why it’s called Holocaust Memorial, not Holocaust Cemetery.