Category Archives: Social Media

In One Tweet, Jim Paredes Exposes The Truth Behind The Yellow Party

IMG_2442SYDNEY, Australia (The Adobo Chronicles, Honolulu Bureau) – Retired Filipino-Australian entertainer Jim Paredes, one of the staunchest supporters of former President NoyNoy Aquino and the Liberal Party, just exposed the real agenda of the Yellowtards (as they are called.) In one tweet.

Paredes, who has been very vocal about the Philippines’ political atmosphere, and critical of President Rodrigo Duterte, must have been drunk or high on some crystallized substance when he hit the send button from his Twitter account. (He probably thought he was just sending it to his Yellow colleagues.)

His Twitter message says everything about what he and the Yellowtards are fighting for:


Ironically, Paredes’ tweet was retweeted by yet another member of the Yellow socmed army, Leah Navarro.

Do they have their act together?  It looks not.




Philippine Catholic Bishops, Adobo Chronicles Release List Of Fake News Sites And Presstitutes

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Quite oddly, the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) released its list of fake websites at the same time that The Adobo Chronicles debuted its list of presstitutes.

This twin release will definitely help Filipino netizens determine the authenticity of what they are reading on the Internet or encountering in the media and other organizations.

When in doubt, refer to this twin guide:



Philippine Bishops Issue Historic Pastoral Letter Against Fake News And Presstitutes

IMG_2424MANILA, Philippines  (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – When Filipino Catholics attend services this Sunday, they will listen to the reading of a “historic” pastoral letter issued by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP).

Rappler is reporting that the CBCP is urging Catholics to stop spreading fake news as it is a “sin against charity.”

What Rappler is not reporting is that the bishops are issuing a second pastoral letter to be read next Sunday condemning presstitutes, noting that they are committing a “sin against faith.”

(Faith, Hope and Charity are three theological virtues espoused by the Catholic Church.)

Many pro-Duterte bloggers have discredited both legitimate journalists and anti-Duterte bloggers as “presstitutes” for their bias, faux investigative reporting and spreading of fake headlines and photographs.  Among the so-called presstitutes are  Rappler, The Inquirer, GMA-7, ABS-CBN and bloggers like Raissa Robles, Cynthia Patag, Leah Navarro and Jim Paredes.

The second pastoral letter argues that presstitutes destroy the people’s faith in the truth and the basic tenets of fair, balanced and accurate reporting.

The letter urges all Catholics who have been following and reading news from the presstitutes to go to the Confessional Box at their first opportunity.

Coincidentally, The Adobo Chronicles has issued its own list of presstitutes as a public service to its readers and followers.